Navires & structures dans la glace, Anchorage…

The Arctic Section of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME) together with Alaska’s Institute of the North is now well on the way to staging ICETECH 10, the premiere international conference on ships and structures in ice. The conference will take place in Anchorage, Alaska starting with an opening icebreaker reception on the evening of Monday, September 20, and concluding in the late afternoon on Thursday September 23 (www.icetech10.org). 




 


The ICETECH 10 Conference will cover topics including:


– Icebreaking Ships (including Naval Architecture and Marine Operations)
– Structures in Ice/Iceberg populated waters (including Structure Design, Ice/Iceberg-Structure Interaction and Ice/Iceberg Mechanics)
– Construction and Logistics in ice-covered areas
– New Offshore Developments in ice-covered areas
– Pipelines and Facilities
– Codes, Regulations and Standards
– Ice Conditions, Forecasting and Remote Sensing
– Safety, Risk and Environmental Protection
– Escape, Evacuation and Rescue (EER)
– Marine Systems for Offshore Drilling and Production Operations in Ice
– Evaluation of Arctic Hazards
– Global Warming Implications to Arctic
– Arctic Geopolitics
– Arctic Geopolitics… Program >>

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