Students of the Faculty of Shipbuilding and Power Engineering took the second place at the All-Russian competition “I will build ships! | Kaliningrad State Technical University
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Students of the Faculty of Shipbuilding and Power Engineering took the second place at the All-Russian competition “I will build ships!

Students of the Faculty of Shipbuilding and Power Engineering took the second place at the All-Russian competition “I will build ships!

30.08.2019

Students of the Faculty of Shipbuilding and Power Engineering took the second place at the All-Russian competition “I will build ships!

     The Center for Marine Research and Technology of Sevastopol State University has chosen the winner of the competition "I will build ships!" Students from fourteen Russian universities were to develop a conceptual design of a passenger ship for Sevastopol.

     The finalists were teams of Kaliningrad State Technical University, Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov, St. Petersburg State Marine Technical University, R.E. Alekseev Nizhniy Novgorod State Technical University and A.N. Tupolev Kazan State Technical University. The team of our university took a worthy second place.

     The project of our students was a vessel with a small waterline area, equipped with environmentally friendly diesel generators in conjunction with solar panels and batteries to create electrical traction on steerable propellers. The project was recognized as innovative, environmentally friendly and technically feasible. It interested members of the commission, which included representatives of the industry, the administration of the city of Sevastopol, public organizations and Sevastopol State University.

     “I will build ships!” was held for the second time. Last year, students of our university with the design of the Pioneer-M research vessel became the winners of the competition. In May 2019, it was laid at the Sredne-Nevskiy Shipyard in St. Petersburg. Based on the results of the competition and the two-week project session, together with the employees of the Coral Design Bureau, an updated technical task was formed with the topic: “Front End Engineering Design of the Vesper Boat for Passenger Traffic in the Coastal Areas of the Crimean Peninsula”. Teams of finalist students will be working on it remotely.

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