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Shipbuilding students fascinated by the multitude of parts needed to build a ship

Several shipbuilding students from the Split Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, escorted by professor Ljubenkov, came to take a tour of Brodotrogir in order to familiarize themselves with the various ship production processes, especially those regarding the equipment and outfitting of a ship. They learn about these things during classes, but as they themselves say, it's one thing to learn about these things in classes, and quite another to see how they work in real life. Considering the developments made in technology, the ship equipment is more sophisticated, and the ship outfitting has accelerated significantly, with shipyards that can outfit a ship faster being more competitive on the market and more desirable to the buyer.
For some of the students, this was the first time they had the chance to visit a shipyard and see how it operates. The host, Rova, M.Sc. in Engineering,  showed them all the vessels currently under construction in the shipyard. The works on the construction of the hull of Newbuilding 326 are making progress, so the students had the chance to see a part of the finished hull as well as the construction of the sections of the bow and the construction of the engine room, where the main engine will be located. The students also viewed the outfitting of the Newbuilding 329, where they got acquainted with the challenges of outfitting a ship hull girder constructed in a shipyard in Russia. They toured the repairing centre in which currently there are several ships of different purposes.
The students were fascinated by what they saw, noting that despite the fear they felt at the beginning of their studies, they now can be satisfied because it is truly fascinating to see how many different parts are necessary to construct a large ship.

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