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Rethinking the design of chip carriers


, : Rethinking the design of chip carriers. Pulp and Paper International 19(6): 60-61, 74

To reduce the total costs of ocean transport of wood chips, the construction of the holds and hatches can be modified to increase the tanker's cargo-handling capacity, the ship's unloading gear can be automated (i.e., the crane's grab moved by the quickest and shortest path to the hopper) and its net load increased, and the propulsion efficiency can be improved by streamlining the vessel. (Prepared by IPC).

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