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Conventional Towing Tanks: 301-450m

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Brodarski Institut

Towing Tanks | Cavitation Tunnels | Conventional 201-300m | Conventional 301-450m | Croatia

In Brodarski institut laboratories, hydrodynamic characteristics of ship forms are being tested and optimized: resistance, propulsion, manoeuvrability and control, seekeeping and launching, as well as hydrodynamic characteristics of propellers in cavitation.

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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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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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NMRI

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

National Maritime Research Institute (NMRI) has been established in 1916  as the Ship Equipment Inspection Station under the Ministry of Telecommunication and Transport in Japan.

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SSMB

Towing Tanks | Cavitation Tunnels | Circulating Water Channels | Conventional 301-450m | South Korea

Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) began its research activities from 1984 by establishing a development team under the design department and Samsung Ship Model Basin(SSMB) has one of the world's largest commercial towing tank.

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