At Einhorn Engineering we pride ourselves on developing innovative solutions to ocean engineering problems. The variety of past projects we have completed speaks to our ability to combine our creative process with solid engineering to produce seaworthy products. Our past projects have included designs ranging from launch and recovery systems, towed sonar arrays, marine winches, wave/tidal energy systems, and marine HPUs. Featured here is a small sample of some of our past projects.
Sonar System Mounting Frame for R/V Richard Barber
Duke Marine Lab’s R/V Richard Barber, constructed by Safe Boats International, is a 30′ long aluminum hulled vessel. Einhorn Engineering was tasked to develop an over-the-side mechanism to operate Duke’s ADCPs.
Scaling up a Wave Energy System
Einhorn Engineering developed creative design solutions for Oscilla Power’s 1/20 scale wave energy power system.
Design of a 3 kV Subsea Electrical Junction Box
Development of a 1,ooo ft rated pressure-balanced subsea junction box to house high voltage electrical components.
A Vertical Deployment System for Tidal Energy Study
Einhorn Engineering develops a vertical launch and recovery system for the Applied Physics Laboratory’s MHK tidal energy test bed project.
The OAWRS vertical towed array & handling system
Design and fielding of a vertical towed array and novel palletized Launch and Recovery System.
Development of a specialized deep water mooring anchor
As part of the the self-mooring buoy project Einhorn Engineering developed a unique and specialized anchor.
Lightweight Towed Array Receiver
A high performance, passive, towed array and companion handling system.
To design sea-going equipment you need a sea-going engineer. View a gallery of some of our experience at-sea.
Wet Side Junction Box
The subsea transition from the LTAR electro-optic towcable to the passive array.
Hydraulic control console design
Packaging of high performance hydraulic components in an on-deck ruggedized operator control station.