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  Smarter Steaming Ahead briefing.pdf
CE Delft
This report studies the impacts of vessel speed on emissions, technical constraints and other experiences with regard to slow steaming and current speed regulations. Moreover, it analyses the legal feasibility of speed limits and feasibility of implementation, possible policy designs and the associated social costs and benefits of speed limits.
www.maritime-executive.com/artivle/corrosion-control-chemistry
Richard Carranza, Maritime Executive March/April 2010
Corrosion is an extremely important issue in the maritime industry and affects components such as hulls, propellers, pumps and shafts. Corrosion related losses range into billions of dollars. Knowing how to control corrosion is therefore very important and an understanding of the chemistry involved is essential
www.maritime-executive.com/article/advances-in-clean-marine-propulsion
Richard Carranza, Maritime Executive News April 3, 2011
The IMO's TIER III regulations scheduled for implementation in 2016 would require drastic reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. Can LNG-fuelled vessels be a solution and save the planet?
Guidance Document - Onshore power supply, World Climate Conference, Rotterdam, 2008.pdf
Port of Göteborg, Sweden, in partnership with Port of
Onshore Power Supply2 (OPS) replaces onboard generated power from diesel auxiliary engines with electricity generated on-shore. OPS is a measure to improve air quality in ports and port cities. It could also reduce the greenhouse gas CO2 to a minimum, if using renewable energy such as wind power. Ports are not normally equipped to supply vessels with electricity from the shore, nor are vessels usually equipped to receive power in this way. However, this could be set to change. Around the world, many activities are taking place and interest in the technology is increasing quickly, due to tougher environmental legislation, increased focus on emissions from ports and shipping, and more recently, rising fuel prices.
The First Hybrid CRP-POD Driven Fast ROPAX Ferry in the World.pdf
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Technical Review Vol. 41 No. 6 (
A fast ferry equipped with the world's first hybrid CRP-POD propulsion system having the same effects as contrarotating propellers (CRP) has been developed by combining an electric pod propulsion unit and conventional diesel propulsion system. With this system, energy is saved by more than 13% as compared with the conventional twin shafts and propellers system, contributing to a reduction of operation costs and of CO2 emission.
Navy Ship Propulsion, Options for Reducing Oil Use - Background for Congress.pdf
US Congressional Research Service
Navy Ship Propulsion Technologies: Options for Reducing Oil Use: General strategies for reducing the Navy’s dependence on oil for its ships include reducing energy use on Navy ships; shifting to alternative hydrocarbon fuels; shifting to more reliance on nuclear propulsion; and using sail and solar power.
European Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Technology Platform, Strategic Overview. June 2005.pdf
European Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology Platform
In January 2004, following the recommendation of the High Level Group, the European Commission set up the European Hydrogen & Fuel Cell Technology Platform (HFP) – a partnership of over 300 stakeholders. Its brief? To prepare and direct an effective strategy for bringing hydrogen & fuel cells to market in order to exploit their outstanding environmental and economic potential.This report gives a “work in progress” strategic overview, with further details provided in the Executive Summaries of the Strategic Research Agenda and Deployment Strategy foundation documents. (Both foundation documents were endorsed by the Advisory Council in December 2004.)
IPMS, Integrated Platform Management System, Information Leaflet, June 2006.pdf
L-3 MAPPS
This product leaflet describes a typical Integrated Platform Management System for a naval vessel together with the system most of which are relevant to commercial maritime vessels
GOAL-BASED NEW SHIP CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS, Design life and related lifecycle design parameters, MSC 80 6 9.pdf
Submitted by the International Association of Classification Societies (IACS) to IMO, 14 March 2005
This document sets out the factors that have to be considered in terms of defining, at a high level, the design life for a ship. Particular attention is drawn to the different factors that have to be considered by the designer during the design process where the design life has a significant impact. The relationship between the design life cycle and the actual service life cycle is discussed. The document provides a basis for the definition of design life and related core design lifecycle parameters.
Unified first-principles ship structural design based on the Maestro methodology.pdf
Dr R. Dow and Prof. O.F. Hughes
This paper summarizes the value of unifying ship structural design through combining rapid structural modeling, global as well as local finite element analysis, comprehensive failure and limit state analysis, and the use of mathematical optimization to meet these increasing demands. The unification and continued development and extension of this methodology based on the MAESTRO computer program is presented
Green Flagship, Wallenius Wilhelmsen, Descriptive Leaflet.pdf
Wallenius Wilhelmsen
Wallenius Wilhelmsen's concept vessel does not release any emissions into the atmosphere or into the ocean. It uses renewable energy sources and fuel cells to generate the energy required to power the vessel. Its highly advanced design provides optimum cargo capacity to transport cars and other goods around the world more efficiently.
Beyond the electric ship, Cdr. J M Newell RN, Cdr. S S Young RN, A Paper for the Institute of Marine Engineers, 24 October 2000.pdf
Cdr JM Newell RN, Cdr SS young RN
Beyond the Electric Ship, A Paper for the Institute of Marine Engineers, 24 October 2000
The Electric Warship VI, by CG Hodge and DJ MatticK, A Paper for the Institute of Marine Engineer (12 December 2000).pdf
CG Hodge, DJ Mattick
The Electric Warship VI, by CG Hodge and DJ MatticK, A Paper for the Institute of Marine Engineer (12 December 2000)
Air cavity ships are ready for the wider market, Matveev, K.I..pdfhttp://docs.hydrofoils.org/SAS03.pdf
Mateev, K. I.
Describes air-cavity ship technology which uses artificial cavitation to reduce hydrodynamic drag and can benefit fast ferries, cargo vessels and military craft
RoRo2004-NAOS-SVA.pdf
NAOS srl
Improving Fuel Efficiency in Ro-Pax Design
hybrid propulsion.pdf
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries
Development of Next-Generation LNGC Propulsion Plant and HYBRID System
Improve_nox_bsfc.pdf
Hyundai Heavy Industries Co
Improving the NOx-BSFC Trade Off of a Turbocharged Large Diesel Engine Using Performance Simulation. The purpose of this study is to determine the optimum intake valve closing time of a large diesel engine having lower fuel consumption and lower NOx emission.
EU Service Contract on Ship Emissions Task 2b – NOX Abatement.pdf
Entec
This report investigates the costs, emissions reductions and cost effectiveness of specific NOx reduction measures on ships. The following measures are investigated: • Internal Engine Modifications (IEM); • Direct Water Injection (DWI); • Humid Air Motors (HAM); • Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR); and • Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR).
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