Barge Tech Animation

Uniqueness of the complex can be estimated only by those engaged permanently in transportation of marine cargo. Therefore, we'll describe essence of this technical animation briefly. Sulfur is produced in Astrakhan region of Russia near the Caspian Sea. The problem is that marine vessels can't reach the point of extraction because of their size. Therefore, the cargo is transported by small river boats to the port of Kavkaz, located at the break of the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov. At this point sulfur is transferred to marine boats, capable of accumulating big amounts.
Usually the procedure is slow enough - the cargo of river boat is emptied to the deck of the barge, and from the barge - to the marine. 
Platform shown in the animation can pour sulfur directly, avoiding unnecessary intermediate action. At first, naval tonnage is accumulated on the barge specifically to keep the process of loading to the sea vessel when there are no river boats. This is another feature of the complex - loading never stops, even when one of the boats is missing. Also this technology provides reduction in dust emission, improving fire safety and making the whole process more environmental friendly.
This was an extraordinary interesting project for us, both because of its technical nature and need to make artistic side of the engineering presentation.


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Alex Cooper
Anatoliy Lokazuk
Maksim Vakulenko

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