Response based re-assessment of the anchors for Maersk Ngujima-Yin, the FPSO for the Vincent Field.
Development of procedures for response-based assessment of FPSO hulls and moorings.
Lead structural & marine engineer for the hull conversion of two VLCC’s two FPSO’s for the Vincent Field, Offshore West Australia and the Peregrino Field, Offshore Brazil.
Project Supervisor. Numerical prediction of FSO motions. Client: Bluewater Eng.
Consultancies in connection to the assessment of vessel motions for the design of the Western Marina, Beirut, Lebanon. Client: High-Point Rendel, UK.
Design of a data transmission buoy for radio transmission of metocean data from an offshore site to DHI.
Consultancies in connection with the investigation of the impact from waves created by high speed ferries on the construction work for the Øresund crossing. Client: Øresundskonsortiet.
Project Engineer. Determination of current and wave loads on a floating breakwater for the Expo 1998 Marina.
Responsible for co-ordination of theoretical and experimental work conducted at DHI and DMI in BRITE project P-2146: Rational procedures for advanced non-linear analysis of floating structures. The project was performed in co-operation with TECNOMARE, FINCANTIERA & RINA. Client: European Commission.
Sterndorff Engineering provides solutions for advanced technical problems and performs research and development within the field of structural and marine engineering.
The solutions are founded on profound knowledge based on many years of experience and research and development within the area.
The problems may be solved in close co-operation with other consulting engineers and researchers throughout the World.
Sterndorff Engineering was founded by Dr. Martin J. Sterndorff in 1988 as a part-time consultancy. In 2004 the company was changed to a small limited company and Dr. Sterndorff started to work full time in the company.