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Rogers, Ben ; del Agua Sires, Maria ; Davies, Peter ; Rawlins, Dave ; Cvetkovic, Milan / Ricardo, Shoreham-by-Sea, GB ; Lloyd's Register EMEA, DE
Simulation of Marine Hybrid Systems: An Effective Tool in Streamlining Design, Operation and Classification
Meeting the Future of Combustion Engines, CIMAC Congress, CIMAC World Congress on Combustion Engine, 29 - Congres International des Machines a Combustion (CIMAC) / 2019 / 20190705888
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Simulation of Marine Hybrid Systems: An Effective Tool in Streamlining Design, Operation and Classification
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CIMC, WTI-Frankfurt-digital GmbH, CIMAC, Technical paper database ┬ęCIMAC
Title
Simulation of Marine Hybrid Systems: An Effective Tool in Streamlining Design, Operation and Classification.
Descriptors
HYBRIDISATION; HYBRID-TECHNIQUE; CARBON-DIOXIDE-EMISSION; HARMONISATION; SIMULATION-PROCEDURE; PROPULSION-SYSTEMS; ELECTRIC-MAINS; MARINE-ENVIRONMENT; FUEL-CELLS; FERRY-BOATS; CO2-EMISSION-REDUCTION; SIMULATION-PROGRAMS
Abstract
The drive to decrease carbon emissions from shipping is leading to technical innovations including the uptake of hybridisation for on-board power as well as propulsion systems. This is underlined by the IMO Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) member states who, in April 2018, agreed to target an overall 50 percent reduction in CO 2 output by 2050. Hybridisation will be an important technology in achieving this formalised goal. Hybrid systems in this marine context include main and auxiliary generators (both engines and fuel cells), combined with electrical storage in the form of batteries. When combined with the interconnected sub-systems and all associated load demands, the level of complexity in the overall system is significantly increased. Hybrid systems also offer new vessel operating modes, thereby, creating greater flexibility compared to traditional systems. Consequently, the mutually dependent design, operation and Classification processes will benefit hugely from a simulation supported approach applied from the concept stage and extending through life. This will assure harmonisation and streamlining of these three aspects. Investment in hybridisation within the automotive and land based power systems industries has led to development of simulation techniques, software and know-how that can be applied to the marine sector. While this will have an increasingly important role in the future, it should be borne in mind that simulation can never replace engineers, who must use their expertise to ensure that the full breadth of potential scenarios have been assessed in terms of the risks posed, to assure safe and reliable operation. This paper provides an overview of a simulation supported approach, providing examples where this could benefit the design, operation and classification processes using a 'typical' hybrid system arrangement onboard a Ro-Ro Ferry.
Author
Rogers, Ben; del Agua Sires, Maria; Davies, Peter; Rawlins, Dave; Cvetkovic, Milan
Institution
Ricardo, Shoreham-by-Sea, GB; Lloyd's Register EMEA, DE
Conference Details
CIMAC Congress, 19, CIMAC World Congress on Combustion Engine, 29th, Vancouver, BC, CA, 2019-06-10 - 2019-06-14
publiziert als: CIMAC CONGRESS 19, 29th CIMAC World Congress on Combustion Engine, Meeting the Future of Combustion Engines, Vancouver, BC, CA, Jun 10-14, 2019
Source
Meeting the Future of Combustion Engines, CIMAC Congress, CIMAC World Congress on Combustion Engine, 29, Congres International des Machines a Combustion (CIMAC) * (2019) page 1-12 (12 pages, 12 references), file: /CIMA/CIMA/2019/001/CIMAC2019_paper_032.pdf
Serial Codes
Journal code: 226 = Congres International des Machines a Combustion (CIMAC)
Conference-Number: 1913 = CIMAC World Congress on Combustion Engine
Classification
3NK Ships, watercraft, shipbuilding
3MGN Piston-driven engines
3AXB Environmental policy, ecology, ecosystems
3BAS Simulation methods, simulation models
Language
EN English
Availability
/CIMA/CIMA/2019/001/CIMAC2019_paper_032.pdf
Document Number
20190705888
Treatment Codes
A Application
Publication Type
CA Conference Paper
Publication Year
2019
Update
2019-08-05