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Sivilingeniør Ola Lilloe-Olsen

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Lilloe-Design


Sivilingeniør Ola Lilloe-Olsen

 

Creative and Dynamic Ship Design by Naval Architect Ola Lilloe-Olsen

Designs that since 1985 has earned a reputation for superior seakeeping with proven performance in Norway and World-Wide.

"Proven Ocean Space Design"

Mr. Lilloe-Olsen, a graduate from the University of Glasgow in 1977, has spent his career working in Research, Development and Design of maritime constructions with special emphasis on High Speed Commercial Vessels.

Lilloe-Olsen moved to the little village of Hyen in Nordfjord in 1979, and established the first private commercial hydrodynamic test centre in Norway; Teknisk Modell-Senter A.s. The towing tank was 47 metres long, 3 m wide and 2 m deep, and a variety of model tests were carried out during the period from 1979 to 1991. In 1985 Lilloe-Olsen designed 5 of 8 new vessels totally delivered by Brødrene Aa that year, and it represented the start of a long carrier with more than 130 vessels built to date for owners from many countries around the world. The latest Development work has been on emission-free High Speed Catamarans. The result is a unique hull-design capable of carrying heavy battery or hydrogen installations at high speeds. This was presented to the public at a conference in Trondheim on Sep.3, 2019.

More info on the “ENVIROCAT” :

 
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Projects


Creative and Dynamic Ship Design

Projects


Creative and Dynamic Ship Design

A few pictures of delivered vessels and some still in the design phase

A few pictures of delivered vessels and some still in the design phase

VINTAGE LINE

VINTAGE LINE

KHALILAH

KHALILAH

S-CAT

S-CAT

GJENDEBÅTEN

GJENDEBÅTEN

WORLD HERITAGE CATAMARAN

WORLD HERITAGE CATAMARAN

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HIAWATA

HIAWATA

“ENVIROCAT” EC_40


The all new Foil Catamaran for Electric Propulsion

“ENVIROCAT” EC_40


The all new Foil Catamaran for Electric Propulsion

 

The new catamaran has been developed under a 2 year development contract with the County of Trøndelag. As one of five groups given the task of inventing new ground breaking technology that will enable zero-emission high speed ferry operations. Two years of dedicated development, design work and testing has resulted in a unique design capable of carrying the heavy loads from batteries og hydrogen installations required for the electric propulsion.

A new propulsion system is under development as an integrated part of the hull-design. Contra rotating propellers will ensure a high efficiency during acceleration and at speed, making sure the green energy is used as efficient as possible.

The fixed foils require no complex control systems. As Henry Ford stated : What you don’t add to a car, will not break!

The other new aspect of the concept is the battery-change system where the catamaran is docked in a specially designed floating terminal. An autonom system positions the catamaran and locks it to the terminal. Special trolleys then brings the used batteries onboard into charging slots in the terminal, and fresh batteries from the terminal onboard. Battery-life is expended due to the more friendly charging over a longer periode.