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SHIPBUILDING CAPABILITIES FOR CREATING THE INFRASTRUCTURE IN THE ARCTIC REGIONJOURNAL: 2017, ¹1(25), p. 102-119
RUBRIC: Shipbuilding for the Arctic
AUTHORS: Nikitin V.S., Polovinkin V.N., Simonov Y.A., Ryzhkov V.V., Iljushkin A.P., Volkov V.A.
ORGANIZATIONS: Krylov State Research Centre, JSC CDB “Monolith”, CJSC “Atomenergo”
The article was received on: 11.07.2016
Keywords: naval hospitals, life activity in the Arctic regions, natural gas liquefaction plants, infrastructure, naval barracks, naval hostels, floating nuclear power plant, floating gas-turbine power plant, floating mooring terminal, northern delivery
Bibliographic description: Nikitin V.S., Polovinkin V.N., Simonov Y.A., Ryzhkov V.V., Iljushkin A.P., Volkov V.A. Shipbuilding capabilities for creating the infrastructure in the Arctic region. The Arctic: ecology and economy, 2017, no. 1(25), pp. 102-119. DOI:. (In Russian).
The capabilities of the domestic shipbuilding industry for creation of innovation infrastructure in the Arctic region have been studied. The perspective trends of constructing the universal floating stations for electricity supply and heat supply with a variety of power plants are shown, the examples of implemented solutions during their creation are shown, advantages and disadvantages are noted. The examples of other promising elements of the Arctic infrastructure, including floating plants for processing of hydrocarbon raw materials, are given.
1. “Akademik Lomonosov” pomenyal propisku: Pervuyu plavuchuyu AES budut dostraivat na Baltiyskom zavode. [“Akademik Lomonosov” changed residence. The first floating nuclear power plant will be completed at the Baltic Shipyard]. Ros. gaz., 2009, 23 apr. (In Russian).
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