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35.000 dwt bulk carrier exhaust gas emission reduction concept study

Year: 2009
Language: english
Author: Søren Schnack,Hans Otto Kristensen
Publisher: Danish Maritime
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 98
Description: Green Ship of the Future
The purpose with this bulk carrier conceptual study is to show the effect of selected existing technologies and operational means to reduce exhaust gas emissions from ships.
This bulk carrier study is one of two studies supported by the Danish Maritime Foundation and part of the many projects under Green Ship of the Future – aimed to demonstrate the potential of maritime exhaust gas emission reducing technologies, primarily used by Danish partners, and to show that high exhaust gas emission reductions may be obtained, with following main targets:
CO 2 : 30 % reduction
NO x : 90 % reduction
SO 2 : 90 % reduction
The following describe the basis ship and the selected GSF emission reducing technologies necessary to achieve these reductions, which are more ambitious than the rules expected to come into force in the coming years.
Rating: 5 / 5 (Votes: 14)

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