Naval Architecture / Structural

Naval Architecture/Structural.

Naval architecture and structural engineering play critical roles in the heavy lift and transportation industry, where the safe and efficient handling and movement of oversized and heavy cargoes is essential.



The loadout of modules/cargoes presents unique challenges that demand thorough analysis, precise calculations, and innovative solutions to ensure successful and timely execution.

To execute a safe loadout, ROYDEN & JAYSTON specialises in the selection of SPMTs configuration, suitable vessel for the intended jetty, designing an appropriate ro-ro ramp/link bridge, mooring analysis and providing vessel step-by-step ballast engineering.



As the size of modules fabricated in heavy lift and transportation projects continues to increase, careful planning and engineering become even more critical for ensuring safe and timely transportation operations.

Transportation analysis, encompassing stability assessment of the vessel, deck local strength evaluation, longitudinal strength calculation, motion/seakeeping analysis, tow route selection, seafastening design, and towing resistance calculation for sizing up tugs required in barge transportation, plays a pivotal role in ensuring the safety and efficiency of the transportation.



Heavy lift installation engineering involves sophisticated and strategic approaches to execute complex and high-capacity lifting operations in various industries, such as offshore, wind energy, petrochemical, and infrastructure development.

It requires comprehensive studies, including equipment selection, rigging design, mooring analysis, and structural integrity checks for safe and successful installations. The interdisciplinary collaboration of engineers ensures optimised safety, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness.


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