Maritime Feasibility Studies

If you need to look for a place to build a new terminal or calling of a new ship, a feasibility port study or mooring analysis can help to ensure the safe design of the terminal, fairway, and safe handling and docking of the ships. The study will include fast-time simulation, real-time simulation, and risk assessment and can cover all kinds of meteorology conditions with specific support of tugboats.

The turning section, bend, bank effect, and squat of the narrow and shallow channels are simulated and assessed in the simulation. The human element can be assessed in a full-mission bridge with the attendance of a senior captain, navigator, pilot, and tug master. At the docking, the forces produced by the ship’s thrusters, tugboats, and the holding forces produced by the mooring lines, and fenders are monitored, recorded, and analyzed to obtain optimal conditions for a ship docking in curtain meteorology conditions.

With a wide range of simulators, computer tools, and a team of experts including marine masters, chief engineers, naval architects, graphic designers, programmers, and skillful technicians who have deep knowledge and experiences in navigation, shipbuilding, visual design, and science researchers, SIMWAVE is providing an applied research service: 


Our applied research service includes:

  • Feasibility studies for new fairways or TSSs
  • Feasibility studies for new terminals
  • Mooring analyses
  • New design technologies such as wind wings, advanced rudders, propellers
  • Manoeuvring simulations for safe transit and towing of ships/objects
  • Proposed operations
  • Risk assessment

Simwave’s simulation systems also provide effective facilities and environments for students and researchers from academic and business organizations and schools to apply their related specific experiments or research.