Vietnam received the technology of building fish shells from Japan

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Vietnam received the technology of building fish shells from Japan

Recently, the Institute of Shipbuilding Research - Nha Trang University has received the technology of Japanese fishing vessel composite shell. According to the orders of Yanmar Company, the Shipbuilding Research Institute has piloted the use of Composite shipbuilding technology to produce the Yyanmar 01 ship model. This is a model of ocean tuna exploitation cooperation between Yanmar company and fishermen in southern central provinces.

The vessel is designed according to Japanese ship model, 18m longer, 4.5m wide and 2.5m high, the main engine has a capacity of 350CV, operates safely in the condition of wind level 8. Experimental results, the train reaches speed The average is more than 11.5 knots, meeting the requirements of ocean tuna fishing vessels.

The vessel has a capacity of 350 CV, 18 meters longer, 4.5 m wide and 2.5 m high

Vessel composite shell is considered to have many advantages compared to wooden vessels. Notably: lighter ships can significantly increase the capacity of the ship; smooth ship hulls should reduce resistance, reduce fuel consumption at the same mining speed; The shell surface is not corroded by the environment so fishermen are easy to preserve and repair ...

The vessel is designed to have many differences with Vietnamese traditional wooden vessels, in order to improve the ability of tuna fishermen to exploit. The Japanese side said that it will invest in piloting tuna fishing in some South Central provinces of Vietnam under the model of a Japanese joint stock fishing company; At the same time, supporting consumption and export of products, to increase income for Vietnamese fishermen.

The deck is designed with a wooden layer to prevent slip

The ship has 9 storage tunnels

The Yanmar brand helps the ship with an average speed of 11.5 knots

Fishing winch on deck

Light system

The bow

Stern part

Dr. Nguyen Van Dat, Director of the Institute of Shipbuilding Research - Nha Trang University, said that ships with composite shells have lower cost than steel-shell ships, can be used for up to 30 years and are very economical in maintenance costs. annual maintenance.

"The goal of Yanmar as the first ship to initially implement the process of exploiting and preserving tuna in the chain. After successful testing, Yanmar will deploy it on a large scale. The new technology may not improve the number of fish, but the most important thing is to preserve the amount of fish. " Dat said

Dr. Nguyen Van Dat, Director of the Institute of Shipbuilding Research - Nha Trang University, said that ships with composite shells have lower cost than steel-shell ships, can be used for up to 30 years and are very economical in maintenance costs. annual maintenance.

"The goal of Yanmar as the first ship to initially implement the process of exploiting and preserving tuna in the chain. After successful testing, Yanmar will deploy it on a large scale. The new technology may not improve the number of fish, but the most important thing is to preserve the amount of fish. " Dat said

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