Computational Fluid Dynamics

Over just the past fifteen years, the use of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) has become mainstream in ship design.

MUA: Qube Ports Wharfies Fight Proposed Wage Cut

Wharf workers at Australia’s Qube Ports Newcastle have announced work bans against a company push to cut ...

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MUA, CSL to Find Solution for Redundant Aussie Crew

The Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) is working with Canadian Steamship Lines (CSL) to transfer the crew of the ...

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Australia Urged to Look Into Possible Abandoned Ship

The Australian Government has been urged to intervene to identify the owner of 36-year-old supply ship MV Yarabah ...

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MUA: Foul Play Confirmed in Sage Sagittarius Deaths

A New South Wales Coroner has released findings into the Sage Sagittarius case, proving two seafarers were murdered ...

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Sacked MV Portland Workers to Be Fined

The Turnbull Government agency is seeking $10,800 fines for nine workers from the Alcoa ship MV Portland who were ...

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Patrick Wharfies Turn Down New Enterprise Agreement

Workers at Patrick’s terminals have voted down a new enterprise agreement for four stevedore Patrick’s ...

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Dockworkers Strike at Patrick's Brisbane Terminal

Employees at Australia’s Brisbane Autostrad Terminal, managed by port operator Patrick, launched a 48-hour ...

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MUA Turns Down Patrick’s EA Proposal Deadline

The Maritime Union of Australia said today that it has rejected the arbitrary deadline put in place by the ...

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MUA Seeks Reasons Behind Alcoa’s Temporary Licence

The Maritime Union of Australia is urging the Turnbull Government to present documents outlining the reasons to ...

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400 Workers Confront Rio Tinto for Sacking Aussie Crews

More than four hundred workers from several unions took to the streets accusing miner Rio Tinto of complicity in ...

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Police Remove Aussie Crew from CSL Melbourne

After several days of refusing to sail the ship to Singapore, the Aussie crew of the CSL Melbourne bulk carrier ...

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MUA: CSL Melbourne's Aussie Crew Pressured to Leave Ship

The 16 Australian crew on board the CSL Melbourne have been locked out from accessing food, according to the ...

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Aussie Crew of Another Bulker Lose Jobs to Foreign Workers

Another Australian ship is being replaced by a foreign one according to the Maritime Union of Australia, as Pacific ...

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MV Portland Crewmembers Forcibly Removed from the Ship

Five crewmembers aboard Alcoa ship the MV Portland were woken at 1am this morning by up to 30 security guards, ...

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MUA Agrees to Temporarily Move MV Portland

The Maritime Union of Australia, together with Glenelg Council chief executive Greg Burgoyne and Port Authority ...

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ITF, MUA Call for Alcoa Licence Suspension amid Bribery

The International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF) and the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) are calling for the ...

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Australian Senate Shoots Down Shipping Bill

The Australian Senate has voted down today the Turnbull Government’s amendment to the country’s shipping ...

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MV Portland’s Sacked Crew Refuse to Sail to Singapore

The 19 crew members aboard the MV Portland have been refusing to sail the ship to Singapore following the ...

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ITF: Crew of Sunken Filipino Cargo Ship Deserved Better

The crew of a Filipino flagged cargo ship, identified as the Foxhound, who had to abandon their sinking vessel off ...

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HPA, MUA Extend Talks on Sacked Workers

 Stevedoring company Hutchison Ports Australia (HPA) and the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) today inked a new ...

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Alexander Spirit Back in Australia, but with Foreign Crew

The fuel tanker Alexander Spirit has returned to Australian coastline carrying fuel, however the ship’s ...

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