In the spring 2009 the Danish Society for Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Foundation's Honorary Scholarship arwarded three marine engineer students with each DKK 6,000.
The threeDTU-students who recieved the Danish Society for Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Foundation's Honorary Scholarship. From the right Janus Joensen, Martin Frederik Rasmussen, Ingrid Marie Vincent Andersen and associate Profefssor Poul Andersen.
In the spring of 2009, he Danish Society for Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Foundation's Honorary Scholarship awarded three marine engineering students.
Ingrid Marie Vincent Andersen is engaged in the development of environmental strategy in a company on the basis of a description of the environmental problems and possible solutions for the company. The main objective of the project, carried out in cooperation with the shipping company DFDS, has been the establishment of a long-term environmental strategy where possible environmental measures are identified and compared with the cost, thus achieving an economic picture of the expected environmental initiatives.
Janus Joensen and Martin Frederik Rasmussen engaged in their project with the interaction between the ship and the propeller and the importance of being able to calculate currents accurately with a working propeller and thus predict co-current and suction coefficients and the rotative efficiency. The project is conducted in cooperation with the firm FLOWTECH in Gothenburg, which has developed the intended used calculation program.