Adviser needed for creation of a new boat concept

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  1. D.I.M.1
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    D.I.M.1 Junior Member

    I'm DIM, and I working to on a project that is trying to develop a natural powered boat (renewable energy) that can be used in commercial applications, the target boat class would be medium sized vessels, like yachts, trawlers, or other such vessels in that size range. For my project I would appreciate the help of a professional, and the time and effort involved with being an adviser would be minimal. Unfortunately there is no pay, except the feeling of doing something good for the advancement of technology. If anyone is interested in being my adviser, just send me a private message, with and email address, along with level of expertise in nautical engineering and I'll send the formal request. It won't be a waste of time to help out, and the smallest amount of help would go a long way for my research. So beforehand thanks for your time.
    -DIM
     
  2. davida1234
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    davida1234 Junior Member

    DIM,

    What kind of advise are you looking for?
     
  3. D.I.M.1
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    D.I.M.1 Junior Member

    Basically advice concerning the specific aspects of a MODERATELY SIZED YACHT,(sorry CAPSLOCK was on, yet the emphasis is kinda fitting)
    Anyway:
    I basically would like advice concerning the the weight limit, the amount of power supply, and other such things that are related to altering the energy supply of a nautical vessel.
     
  4. Perm Stress
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    Perm Stress Senior Member

    What kind of commercial operations you mean?
     
  5. davida1234
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    davida1234 Junior Member

    Sorry, I can't help you there. I am into design issues . . .
     
  6. D.I.M.1
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    D.I.M.1 Junior Member

    Commercial was a bad term I have expanded my focus to fishing operations, luxury yachts and other such fishing vehicles.
     
  7. Kay9
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    Kay9 1600T Master

    You need to get specific. What kind and size of boat. If a fishing boat, what industry, palegic, bottem trawl, power troll, coastal, ocean?

    And what do you mean by renewable power????

    K9
     
  8. billys maverick
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    billys maverick New Member

    DIM:

    I'm somewhat interested in your project. Drop me a line if you're still looking for assistance.

    I'm guessing your in academia... which institution?

    -Mike
     

  9. nukisen
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    nukisen Senior Member

    Maybe! It depends on what you want help with.
    Maybe, also I am a little curious about what you are talking about.
    Take a look on a page at my homepage and then tell me if I am crayze enough to participate in your mind.
    :)
    http://janne.mammamita.se/?page_id=260

    Then mail me at janne@mammamita.se
     
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