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Propulsion and High Speed Ships


Propulsion and High Speed Ships

High-speed car/passenger ferries continue to strengthen their challenge to traditional RoPax vessels and, in some regions, to offer an alternative to shorthaul airline services. Pure fast freight carrier derivatives are evolving from the fast RoPax designs to compete in shortsea and deepsea traffic.

IMarE is organizing a 2-day conference (23 24 November 2000) following a review of successful large monohull and catamaran designs, as well as other proposed fast vessel concepts. This conference will focus on the specification, performance and reliability of diesel engine and gas turbine prime movers, gearing, shaftlines and propulsors (waterjets and propellers) for contemporary and future projects, including transoceanic services.

Papers will draw on operator and supplier service experience and anticipate power requirements now and in the future through presentations of the latest developments in propulsion systems for this specialised sector. The programme will be tailored for high-speed commercial vessel designers, operators and propulsion plant suppliers.

The Institute of Marine Engineers, Sarah Harden

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