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Teknopark İstanbul
Sanayi Mh. Teknopark Bulvarı 1/1A D:105 34906 Pendik İstanbul / Turkey

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

Matesis basically working on project that focused on reducing the ligthweigth of the ship, by using structural analysis and optimization, and using light weight material such as GRP instead of steel in to the ship structure. Additionally we are working on Green Ship concept.
Beside that Matesis support the R&D project by using its computation and engineering abilities,proceeding by the other foundations.

GRP HATCH COVER FOR CARGO SHIPS

THE PROJECT WAS SUPPORTED BY THE SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF TURKEY​

Lowering the fuel consumption and greenhouse emissions,

✓Increasing the cargo capacity and stability and seakeeping performances,

✓Reducing maintenance costs compared to the steel and aluminium applications.

✓Increasing the ship stability and seakeeping, by reducing the vertical centre of gravity

New generation composite (grp) hatch cover for general cargo vessel is developed by Matesis.

In addition to the development of design and engineering, prototype production has also been manufactured in full scale.

FEM based GRP structural analyses results, which is carried out during the development of the design, has been verified by experiments with this full scale prototype.

This project has been realized by the support of Tübitak.

"OPTI-COASTER"

SMART GREEN AND INTEGRATED

NEW GENERATION SEA RIVER COASTER

THE PROJECT WAS SUPPORTED BY THE SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF TURKEY​

Matesis is developed a new generation sea-river cargo ship mainly for the river-sea fleets of the European Countries and it is spotted that the fleet is very old and has to be replaced soon after new EU and IMO regulations.

The main objectives of this project are;

  •  Replace the old fleet with the new generation coaster after regulations on harmful gas emission of IMO Tier 3, 4 and EU SECA,

  • Generating the electricity with the integrated solar cells top of the cargo hatch covers,

  • Increasing cargo capacity by 20% compared to existing ships,

  • Reducing steel lightweight significantly using structural optimization

  • Satisfying COMF+ acoustic and vibration standards for the living quarters,

  • Improving stability and seakeeping performance of the vessel by lowering the centre of gravity. 


    During the design;

    ‣ FEM analyses, CDF analyses, noise&vibration analyses, energy management optimization (by means of diesel electric configuration) Towing tank tests, has been evaluated and prototype is generated.

This project has been realized by the support of Tübitak.