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News Article | December 22, 2016
Site: marketersmedia.com

— The global life jacket market analyst says one trend in the market is focus on light weight and streamlined life jackets. Most life jackets are uncomfortable to the wearer because of their design and weight. Lifejacket offers various range of buoyancy in Newtons such as 50N, 275N, and 100N. These are the flotation capacity expressed in Newtons which is a unit of force. A pound equals to 4.4484 Newtons and with respect to life jackets it is the buoyant force that a jacket produces. A level 50 type of life jacket offers 11.24 pounds of buoyancy and is suitable for swimmers. There is a significant difference change in the buoyancy level offered by vendors in the market. Vendors are constantly focusing on developing lightweight life jackets. Complete report on life jacket market spread across 61 pages, analyzing 3 major companies and providing 41 data exhibits are now available at http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/788367-global-life-jacket-market-2016-2020.html According to the life jacket market report, one driver in the market is demand from coast guards. Life jackets have been widely used by the outdoor recreation industry and coast guards globally. The responsibilities of coast guards include search and rescue, safety of vessels, border control, maintenance of seamarks, and enforcement of maritime law. These jobs require a proper protection of personnel with all the necessary gears as they work in environments with a high risk of fatalities and accidents. Therefore, personal flotation devices are mandatory for coastguards. Coastguards use all types of life jackets such as off-shore life jackets, near shore life jackets, inflatable life jackets, and special use life jackets. These life jackets are accessible to them in their boats and near places of work and consist of additional features such as emergency lights and whistles. The following companies are the key players in the global life jacket market: Survitec, International Safety Products, and VIKING Life-Saving Equipment. Other prominent vendors in the market are: Marine Safety Products, Aqua Life, Hansen Protection, H3O Water Sports, Johnson Outdoors, Kent Sporting Goods, Mustang Survival, Stormy Lifejackets, SECUMAR, Spinlock, SeaSafe Systems, and The Coleman Company. Order a copy of Global Life Jacket Market 2016-2020 report @ http://www.reportsnreports.com/purchase.aspx?name=788367 The global life jacket market was valued at more than USD2 billion in 2015 and is expected to reach almost USD3 billion by 2020. In terms of geographical analysis, APAC will be the fastest-growing region in the global market, and is expected to reach revenues of around USD780 billion by 2020. Bangladesh, China, India, and Sri Lanka will emerge as the key revenue-generators. Global Life Jacket Market 2016-2020, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. This report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global life jacket market for 2016-2020. To calculate the market size, the report considers the revenue generated from the sales of life jackets at the manufacturer level. Further, the life jacket market report states that one challenge in the market is need for frequent maintenance. Periodic inspection of life jackets is crucial to avoid fatal accidents that can occur because of leaks, fabric degradation, or inadequately installed CO2 cylinder. The most common cause of life jacket failure is the use of inflation canisters beyond their expiry dates. Also, fabrics used to make life jackets shrink or lose their efficiency with use. In addition, compression strength of foam can also impact the performance of the foam used in life jackets. About Us: ReportsnReports.com is your single source for all market research needs. Our database includes 500,000+ market research reports from over 100+ leading global publishers & in-depth market research studies of over 5000 micro markets. With comprehensive information about the publishers and the industries for which they publish market research reports, we help you in your purchase decision by mapping your information needs with our huge collection of reports. For more information, please visit http://www.reportsnreports.com/reports/788367-global-life-jacket-market-2016-2020.html


Osan T.M.,Spinlock S.R.L. | Osan T.M.,National University of Cordoba | Olle J.M.,Spinlock S.R.L. | Carpinella M.,Spinlock S.R.L. | And 5 more authors.
Journal of Magnetic Resonance | Year: 2011

In this paper, we describe a method for measuring the average flow velocity of a sample by means of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. This method is based on the Carr-Purcell-Meiboom-Gill (CPMG) sequence and does not require the application of any additional static or pulsed magnetic field gradients to the background magnetic field. The technique is based on analyzing the early-time behavior of the echo amplitudes of the CPMG sequence. Measurements of average flow velocity of water are presented. The experimental results show a linear relationship between the slope/y-intercept ratio of a linear fit of the first echoes in the CPMG sequence, and the average flow velocity of the flowing fluid. The proposed method can be implemented in low-cost Low-Field NMR spectrometers allowing a continuous monitoring of the average velocity of a fluid in almost real-time, even if the flow velocity changes rapidly. © 2011 Published by Elsevier Inc.


Heinrich D.,TU Berlin | Goni A.R.,Catalan Institution for Research and Advanced Studies | Smessaert A.,TU Berlin | Klapp S.H.L.,TU Berlin | And 4 more authors.
Physical Review Letters | Year: 2011

Combining nuclear magnetic resonance and molecular dynamics simulations, we unravel the long-time dynamics of a paradigmatic colloid with strong dipole-dipole interactions. In a homogeneous magnetic field, ionic ferrofluids exhibit a stepwise association process from ensembles of monomers over stringlike chains to bundles of hexagonal zipped-chain patches. We demonstrate that attractive van der Waals interactions due to charge-density fluctuations in the magnetic particles play the key role for the dynamical stabilization of the hexagonal superstructures against thermal dissociation. Our results give insight into the dynamics of self-organization in systems dominated by dipolar interactions. © 2011 American Physical Society.


Appel M.,Royal Dutch Shell | Freeman J.J.,Royal Dutch Shell | Pusiol D.,Spinlock SRL
SPE Middle East Oil and Gas Show and Conference, MEOS, Proceedings | Year: 2011

A compact 3-phase flow meter based on Magnetic Resonance technology has been developed to the prototype stage, and tested in a commercial flow loop. No single well head meter currently available on the market simultaneously satisfies the customer's need for accuracy across a broad range of produced volumes and hydrocarbon properties, operational robustness, with low cost hurdle. Consequently, a large number of installations are either insufficiently metered or rely on accurate, yet costly and operationally cumbersome test separators. Insufficient metering may result in suboptimal reservoir management and uncertainty in allocation of co-mingled production. This development targets provision of highly accurate, real-time quantification of flow rates for oil, water, and gas in multiphase flow. Magnetic resonance is intrinsically sensitive to flow; however, current applications to flow measurement are limited to very low flow rates that are inapplicable to oil-field applications. This meter employs a new principle that enables robust 3-phase flow metering with a broader operating envelope than existing flow meters, has no sensors in the flow stream, no radioactive source, yet could potentially be produced at sufficiently low cost to promote increasing numbers of well head installations. Results obtained at a commercial flow loop confirm a broad operating envelope, accurate 3-phase flow characterization, as well as direct measurement of phase slip. This paper describes the technical design of the flow meter and presents measurements of individual phase instantaneous velocity and hold up, for all phases under full 3-phase flow conditions acquired in a commercial flow loop. The data includes a range of fluid properties and flow conditions. Copyright 2011, Society of Petroleum Engineers.


Field cycling magnetic resonance based method and apparatus to measure and analyze flow properties in flowing complex fluids. The method consists on: 1) polarizing NMR active spins in a magnetic field region, 2) relaxing the plurality of individual macroscopic magnetizations in a second magnetic field region of variable intensity, 3) measuring the total macroscopic magnetization in a third magnetic field region on an NMR measurement module, and 4) reading the multidimensional data matrix with a tangible computer readable medium. The apparatus consists on: 1) a first magnet with constant magnetic field intensity, 2) a second magnet with a variable magnetic field intensity and time, 3) a third magnet having radio frequency antennas and field gradient coils (NMR module), and 4) a computing digital processor.


Rotating frame magnetic resonance based method and apparatus to measure and analyze flow properties in flowing complex fluids. The method consists on: 1) polarizing NMR active spins in a magnetic field region, 2) relaxing the plurality of individual macroscopic magnetizations in a second magnetic field region, wherein a plurality of radiofrequency pulses are irradiating said phases of said multiphasic fluid, wherein phase individual rotating frame relaxation times weight magnetization of said individual phases at said downstream end, wherein a plurality of contrast degrees between respective magnetization of individual phases, 3) measuring the total macroscopic magnetization in a third magnetic field region on an NMR measurement segment, and 4) reading the multidimensional data matrix with a tangible computer readable medium. The apparatus consists on: 1) a first magnet with constant magnetic field intensity, 2) a second magnet with variable rotating-frame pulse sequences at a plurality of radiofrequency sequences, intensity and time, 3) a third magnet having radio frequency antennas and field gradient coils (NMR module), and 4) a computing digital processor.


Calibration of a multiphase flow meter to be used in a production process can be achieved by using a closed multiphase flow loop. In the device and method of the invention, the flow rates of each phase, oil and water, are individually measured after their separation using a separation vessel, and used as a reference for the calibration of a multiphase flow meter. Flow loop control is achieved by combining an oil-water interface position control and an oil level control in the separation vessel.


PubMed | Spinlock S.R.L.
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Journal of magnetic resonance (San Diego, Calif. : 1997) | Year: 2011

In this paper, we describe a method for measuring the average flow velocity of a sample by means of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. This method is based on the Carr-Purcell-Meiboom-Gill (CPMG) sequence and does not require the application of any additional static or pulsed magnetic field gradients to the background magnetic field. The technique is based on analyzing the early-time behavior of the echo amplitudes of the CPMG sequence. Measurements of average flow velocity of water are presented. The experimental results show a linear relationship between the slope/y-intercept ratio of a linear fit of the first echoes in the CPMG sequence, and the average flow velocity of the flowing fluid. The proposed method can be implemented in low-cost Low-Field NMR spectrometers allowing a continuous monitoring of the average velocity of a fluid in almost real-time, even if the flow velocity changes rapidly.

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