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HSVA

Towing Tanks | Cavitation Tunnels | Ice Basins | Conventional 201-300m | Ocean Basins | Germany

Hamburgische Schiffbau Versuchsanstalt / the Hamburg Ship Model Basin or HSVA is a private, self-supporting, non-profit organisation providing research and consultancy services to the worldwide maritime industry.

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IHI

Towing Tanks | Cavitation Tunnels | Circulating Water Channels | Seakeeping and Maneuvering Basins | Ice Basins | Conventional 301-450m | Japan

Ishikawajima Shipyard was established in 1853 as the root of IHI - Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries.

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IHL

Towing Tanks | Cavitation Tunnels | Seakeeping and Maneuvering Basins | Conventional 201-300m | Indonesia

Indonesian Hydrodynamics Laboratory (IHL) is an advance research laboratory by BPPT (the Agency for Assessment and Application of Technology) with sophisticated facilities.

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INSEAN

Towing Tanks | Cavitation Tunnels | Circulating Water Channels | Conventional 201-300m | High Speed | Conventional 451-600m | Free Running Hydrodynamics | Italy

INSEAN is a Research Institute active in the field of naval architecture and marine engineering within the frame of the National Research Council of Italy.

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IPT

Towing Tanks | Cavitation Tunnels | Conventional 201-300m | Ocean Basins | Brazil

Instituto Pesquisas Tewchnologicas do Estado de Sao Paulo towing tank has been established in 1956.

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İstanbul Teknik Üniversitesi

Towing Tanks | Cavitation Tunnels | Circulating Water Channels | Conventional 101-200m | Türkiye

İstanbul Teknik Üniversitesi (İTÜ) has Ata Nutku Gemi Model Deney Laboratuvarı operating within the Faculty of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering. İTÜ has been founded in 1776 as the name of Mühendishane-i Bahr-i Hümayûn for specifically naval engineering purpose.

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JMU

Towing Tanks | Cavitation Tunnels | Seakeeping and Maneuvering Basins | Ice Basins | Conventional 201-300m | Japan

JMU - Japan Marine United Corporation is an integration of two companies, Universal Shipbuilding and IHIMU.

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KRISO

Towing Tanks | Cavitation Tunnels | Ice Basins | Conventional 101-200m | Ocean Basins | Deep Sea Tanks | South Korea

KRISO stands for Korea Research Institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering and founded in 1973.

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Krylov Research Center

Towing Tanks | Cavitation Tunnels | Circulating Water Channels | Rotating Arm Basins | Seakeeping and Maneuvering Basins | Ice Basins | High Speed | Conventional Longer Than 601m | Russia

Founded in 1894, Naval Administration Towing Tank is the first in Russia and the sixth in the world research institution performing ship model tests to find engine power requirements for specified speeds and hull lines with the least power requirements.

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MARIC

Towing Tanks | Cavitation Tunnels | Seakeeping and Maneuvering Basins | Conventional 51-100m | China

Marine Design and Research Institute of China (MARIC) first tank has established in 1953.

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MARIN

Towing Tanks | Cavitation Tunnels | Seakeeping and Maneuvering Basins | Conventional 201-300m | Shallow Water | Depressurized | Netherlands

The Maritime Research Institute Netherlands was founded in 1929 as the Netherlands Ship Model Basin (NSMB) by the Dutch government and industry. Work was started in 1932, following completion of the deep water towing tank.

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MARINTEK

Towing Tanks | Cavitation Tunnels | Circulating Water Channels | Conventional 51-100m | Conventional 101-200m | Ocean Basins | Norway

The Norwegian Marine Technology Research Institute (MARINTEK) performs research and development for companies in the field of marine technology.

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MHI

Towing Tanks | Cavitation Tunnels | Seakeeping and Maneuvering Basins | Ice Basins | Conventional 201-300m | Ocean Basins | Japan

In 1884 the founder of Mitsubishi took a lease of Government-owned Nagasaki Shipyard. This shipbuilding business was later turned into Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. and was again launched as Mitsubishi Heavy-Industries, Ltd. (MHI) in 1934.

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