Modular RoRo deck

Modular decks for RoRo vessels (non-metallic)

Custom-made hull

Custom made hull for offshore vessel

Fully outfitted and modularised cabin

Multi material lightweight cabin for passenger ships

Panel system (bio-based and other)

Lightweight components for high loads and fire class

Composite block on steel deck

Composite superstructure module on steel deck for multi purpose vessels

Versatile walls

Integration of system for internal walls and superstructure
of cruise ships into shipyard processes

Lightweight rudder flap

Lightweight rudder flap

3D-printed propeller blade

Propeller blades by additive manufacturing

Panel system (truss structure)

Modular light system for less critical internal walls and superstructure

Aluminium composite panels

Lightweight aluminium and composite walls for work boats

High tensile steel decks

Lightweight decks using high tensile steel in cruise ships

Design details (high tensile steel)

Highly loaded structural details from high tensile steel
in passenger and research vessels

Patch repair - composite overlays

Composite overlay to repair and improve metallic and
non-metallic structures

RoRo deck

custom-made hull

cabin system

aluminium panels


versatile walls

rudder flap

propeller blade

truss structures

bio-based panels

steel decks

steel details

patch repair

2nd Joint E-Lass RAMSSES conference

January 30, 2018 · Events

RAMSSES General Assembly #02 and E-Lass seminar day on Quick Assembly Systems

From January 30th until February 1st, the RAMSSES consortium met at RISE - Research Institutes of Sweden. Again, we joined forces with our cooperation partner E-LASS, the European Network for Lightweight Applications at Sea for a seminar day. 

Not only did the partners meet for the RAMSSES internal conference, where the developments of the thirteen lightweight demonstrators have been discussed. Franz Evegren, Research Scientist at RISE - Research Institutes of Sweden, organised three workshop on the assessment of lightweight ship structures from various perspectives as there were: Accoustics and Noise Vibrations, Mechanics and last but not least on Fire Safety. Each workshop addressed the evaluation and testing of materials and structures and their potentially critical issues and furthermore informed on related requirements and how these should be defined to meet customers expectations.