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Overview of Alternative Propulsion Systems for the LNG Vessel 185
The New Generation of Liquefied Natural Gas Carriers – Basic Design Philosophy 204
Weather-related Economics of Natural Gas Transport for Two Propulsion Plant Configurations 177
Technical Considerations in the Classing of Vessels Intended to Carry Compressed Natural Gas 172
Compressed Natural Gas Carriers Applied to Remote Marginal Gas Field Developments 246
Natural Gas Transportation in the Form of Hydrate Pellets (NGHP) 173
Wave and Impact Loads in Design of Large and Conventional Liquefied Gas Carriers 158
Det Norske Veritas Fatigue Analysis of Natural Gas Carriers 191
Condition Assessment Program for Liquefied Gas Carriers (CAP LNG) 206
Dynamic Strength Analysis for Membrane Type LNG Containment System Due to Sloshing Impact Load 193
Coupling Between Liquefied Gas and Vessel’s Motion for Partially Filled Tanks Effect on Seakeeping 110
Development of the FLNG and FONG for Gas Extraction 170
Maximising LNG Efficiency Through the Use of Foul Release Coatings 167
Manning and Operational Standards for the Liquefied Gas Carriers 203
Planning the Design, Construction and Operation of New LNG Transportation Systems 274
History and Future Predictions of the Liquefied Natural Gas Shipping 220