Mechanical engineering

Mechanical Engineering develops and, when necessary, modifies HMC equipment for use on board of our vessels or for specific projects. Mechanical Engineering input is often requested by an Asset manager, and provided in close collaboration with the Drawing Office and Purchasing. From time to time, its members go offshore to support the Vessel Management Team when the systems or machinery they have engineered are commissioned.

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    Are you looking for a challenging Master graduation assignment in which you can put your acquired knowledge and skills to the test? We can give you this challenge within our Marine Engineering team....

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  2. Graduation Thesis - Sea keeping CFD simulations semi-submersible crane vessels

    Are you looking for a challenging Master graduation assignment in which you can put your acquired knowledge and skills to the test? We can give you this challenge within our Marine Engineering team....

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  4. Graduation Thesis - Subsea ROV image processing

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  5. Graduation Thesis - Neural Network for Hydrodynamic Behavior

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  6. Graduation Thesis - Pipelay Tower Fatigue Estimate

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Working at Heerema 

HMC has built itself a solid global reputation in the offshore industry. Originally for the transportation and installation of fixed oil and gas platforms, standing on the seabed. And for the removal of old platforms at the end of their working life. But now, increasingly, we are helping the industry to push back its own boundaries. By enabling it to operate further and further from the coast, for example, and in ever deeper water.

Opening up opportunities at these extremes, where conditions are often very difficult, has required an exponential increase in the scale and complexity of the necessary infrastructure. This means that you will face new and even greater challenges, demanding your ingenious solutions and contractor mentality.

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