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Shallow Water Towing Tanks

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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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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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Force Technology

Towing Tanks | Conventional 201-300m | Shallow Water | Denmark

Force Technology offers range of facilities ship model testing research by cooperation with DTU (Denmark Technical University)

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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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Towing Tanks | Cavitation Tunnels | Conventional 101-200m | Shallow Water | Austria

Schiffbautechnische Versuchsanstalt in Wien was founded 1912. Vienna Model Basin Ltd is a service provider for the maritime sector and ship  technologies.

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Towing Tanks | Shallow Water | Belgium

Ghent University, abbreviated to UGent, was founded in 1817. At present the facilities consist of a shallow water towing tank, equipped with a planar motion carriage, a wave generator and an auxiliary carriage for ship-ship interaction tests.

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