AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO MOTOR SHIP PROPULSION DESIGN
While the case studies and projections made in the paper are related to a particular engine type and size together with an individual class of ship, they illustrate the benefits that can be obtained generally by adopting a broad approach to engine/installation design rather than by trying to maximize sectional advantages. This paper concentrates on wasteheat recovery as a topical issue due to the constant striving to reduce fuel consumption, shows how, on a relatively small vessel, routine diesel electric generation can be eliminated, saving some 2.5 tons of fuel per day. This philosophy can be extended to other areas of marine propulsion design with ultimate benefit to the shipowner.
- Paper presented at the ASME Energy Technology Conference and Exhibit, 3-7 February 1980.
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- Wickens, A J
- Orbeck, F
- Publication Date: 1980
- Pagination: n.p.
- American Society of Mechanical Engineers Papers
- Publisher: American Society of Mechanical Engineers
- TRT Terms: Electric power plants; Engines; Fuel conservation; Fuel consumption; Installation; Machinery; Propulsion; Ships; Structural design; Vehicle design; Waste heat utilization
- Old TRIS Terms: Engine design; Power plant design
- Subject Areas: Design; Energy; Maintenance and Preservation; Marine Transportation; Vehicles and Equipment;
- Accession Number: 00315038
- Record Type: Publication
- Report/Paper Numbers: 80-DGP-41 Conf Paper
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Aug 27 1980 12:00AM