BASIC DESIGN OF AN ENERGY SAVING SHIP

Two energy saving indices have been used to evaluate the energy saving performance of a number of large <200,000 dwt class> tankers and bulk carriers built by IHI, Japan. The results of the case study suggest four main considerations for the planning of energy saving ships, viz. 1. Reduction of Service Speed; 2. Improvement in Hydrodynamic Performance; 3. Improvement of Propulsion Plant Efficiency; 4. Increase in Deadweight Capacity. The specific measures to implement each of these factors are described in detail. They include the IHI LV hull form, A.T. <additional thrusting> fin for recovery of energy loss due to rotational flow and SSG <Super Economical Shaft Generating System> Mark II for recovery of waste heat energy.

  • Supplemental Notes:
    • Soc. N.A.M.E. Paper No. E-2 presented at Combined Symposium on Ship Costs and Energy, New York, 30 Sept.-1 Oct. 1982 (19 pp., 14 ref., 7 tab., 27 graphs, 3 diag., 2 phot.)
  • Authors:
    • Motozuna, K
    • Hieda, S
  • Publication Date: 1982

Language

  • English

Subject/Index Terms

  • Subject Areas: Marine Transportation;

Filing Info

  • Accession Number: 00684606
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Source Agency: British Maritime Technology
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Aug 14 1995 12:00AM