Temporary improvement of the stability of floating module

Interprogetti was involved in a stability assessment related to the transportation of RGI floating module from Italy to Kuryk shipyard and then to Complex D in the Caspian Sea. Due to the limited size of the locks in the Capsian Sea, there were restrictions on the maximum beam of the module which, at the end of the its construction, was found lacking in stability. The module stability was therefore improved by fitting two temporary side sponsons up to its arrival at Complex D where it was eventually lifted above water and permanently fixed on piles.

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