EVN1011 Present technical challenges for the Maritime industry
Course description for academic year 2022/2023
Contents and structure
15 teaching hours with homework (simple) and the opportunity to take an exam
1st block, 2 hours:
- Review of methods for risk analyzes
- Evaluation of the safety associated with the new challenges (personnel transfer, search and rescue, rescue equipment, environmental damage)
2nd block, 2 hours:
- Regular and irregulate waves
- Motion of modern vessels
3rd block, 2 hours:
- Assessment of which fuel to choose for modern vessels
- How to cover the competence needs to operate modern vessels, content in current courses
4th block, 2 hours:
- Offshore wind and movements of wind turbines
- Requirements to construction and installation of offshore wind power structures
5th block, 2 hours:
- Dimensioning of fish cages
- Dimensioning versus operation of sea cages far out to sea
6th block, 2 hours:
- Polar Code for operation in polar regions
- Search and rescue in polar regions
7th block, 3 hours:
- Review of security of values (cyber security in practice, fire and grounding, the role of insurance companies)
- How will the authorities follow up on the new challenges facing the maritime industry
- Summary of the course
Knowledge The students shall have knowledge regarding the challenges posed to the maritime industry with regard to the environment and climate to an extent that they can make decisions on relevant technological actvities.
Skills The students must have sufficient knowledge so that they can participate in a fact-based discussion on technological challenges related to the topic.
General competency The students shall have general competence to understand the technological challenges posed to the maritime industry with regard to the environment and climate.
Study competence based on having obtained high school diploma from science class.
Teaching consists of webinars. There will be lectures where students can ask questions and get answers directly. In addition, interaction in a common digital learning platform and one-to-one communication. Simple homework tasks to be discussed in class.
Compulsory learning activities
The student receives a diploma of attendance if three homework assignments have been answered satisfactorily. In order to sit for the exam, three homework assignments must also be answered satisfactorily.
Written individual home exam (not compulsory) - 4 hours
Grade: pass / not passed
The student receives a diploma of attendance if three homework assignments have been answered satisfactorily.
Examination support material
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