Look to Denmark for Maritime Innovation

here Over 100 years ago, Danish engineers built the first advanced ocean-going diesel driven ship. Her name was Selandia, and she was crammed full with innovative technology. When it comes to shipping and maritime technology, Denmark’s reputation as ‘green’ and ‘intelligent’ persists to this very day.

top 10 binäre optionen By Lars Gert Lose, Ambassador of Denmark, and Jenny N. Braat, CEO, Danish Maritime

http://jwsmith.net/?piderees=citas-en-linea-clinica-coopesain&699=6e It was a Danish ship in its design, with a Danish engine and built in Denmark, which set out to cross the Atlantic as the first neither steam nor sail-driven ship.

Part time jobs for 14 year olds in peterborough When the motor ship M/S Selandia headed out of Copenhagen en route to Bangkok on its maiden voyage on 22 February 1912, it represented a great scientific breakthrough. Replacing the two-stroke engines most diesel engine producers were building at the time, shipbuilders Burmeister & Wain had given this heavy ship of 7,410 tons two eight cylinder, single-action, four-stroke diesel engines with a combined power of 2,500 HP. Back then, that was more than twice the power of other commercial ships.

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