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BSHC

Towing Tanks | Cavitation Tunnels | Seakeeping and Maneuvering Basins | Conventional 101-200m | Shallow Water | Bulgaria

The main experimental facilities of HAC/BSHC are built with the technical and financial support of the UNDP (United Nations Development Programme) and the International Maritime Organization (IMO) between 1973-1976.

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CEHIPAR

Towing Tanks | Cavitation Tunnels | Seakeeping and Maneuvering Basins | Conventional 301-450m | Spain

Canal de Experiencias Hidrodinamicas de el Pardo - CEHIPAR is a public and independent, internationally recognized hydrodynamic center for model tests, projects and research.

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CSSRC

Towing Tanks | Cavitation Tunnels | Circulating Water Channels | Rotating Arm Basins | Seakeeping and Maneuvering Basins | High Speed | Conventional 451-600m | Depressurized | China

China Ship Scientific Research Center is a ship and ocean engineering research institute possessing more than 500 research engineers and 22 large-scaled test facilities, mainly engaged in the research and consultation of ship hydrodynamic performance, propulsion, high performance ships, underwater engineering, vibration and noise reduction, underwater structure, marine and offshore structures. Founded in 1965.

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DGA

Towing Tanks | Cavitation Tunnels | Circulating Water Channels | Rotating Arm Basins | Seakeeping and Maneuvering Basins | Conventional 451-600m | France

DGA Hydrodynamics (formerly Bassin d'Essaies des Carénes) is a testing center and research in hydrodynamics and ship hydroacoustic, dependent on the Directorate General of Armaments (DGA) of the French Ministry of Defence.

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DST

Towing Tanks | Seakeeping and Maneuvering Basins | Conventional 51-100m | High Speed | Shallow Water | Germany

Development Centre for Ship Technology and Transport Systems established in 1954 with the name of VBD in Duisburg. It's specialisation is shallow water hydrodynamics.

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DTMB

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

The David Taylor Model Basin (DTMB) was conceived, designed, and built by the United States Navy Department for building and testing ship models.

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DUT

Towing Tanks | Seakeeping and Maneuvering Basins | Conventional 101-200m | China

Dalian University of Technology has a shipbuilding research center and also coastal and offshore engineering laboratory.

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HUST

Towing Tanks | Seakeeping and Maneuvering Basins | Conventional 101-200m | China

Huazhong University of Science & Technology (HUST) The School of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering was established in 1959.

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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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IIHR

Towing Tanks | Seakeeping and Maneuvering Basins | Conventional 51-100m | USA

In University of Iowa, IIHR - Hydroscience & Engineering has provided researchers with more than 50 years of experimental data since 1948. Present towing tank work focuses on seakeeping and maneuvering problems.

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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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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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