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The Environmentally Friendly Ship

      5/6/2009

Venue: Tokyo, Japan

Growing international concern over the environmental impact of the shipping industry presents new challenges to designers, builders and equipment manufacturers. The International Symposium on Ship Design & Construction 2009, organised by the Royal Institution of Naval Architects, the Japan Society of Naval Architects and Ocean Engineers, the Japan Institute of Marine Engineering and the Japan Institute of Navigation, will address the interdisciplinary technologies which are required to provide the environmentally friendly ship of the future.

Aims and Scope
The growing international concern and regulations about the environmental impact of the shipping industry means that designers, builders and equipment manufacturers will have to develop new ship technologies to cope with the demand for reducing fossil fuel based consumption, minimising CO 2 , NOx, SOx emissions, reducing the environmental impact caused by ballast water discharge, etc. ISSDC 2009 will provide an opportunity for interdisciplinary presentation and discussion of these new technologies by all engineers that are interested in environmentally friendly ships. Papers are invited on the following topics:

  • Increasing hull efficiency: hull optimization, ship performance in actual seas, bubble, hull coatings, weight reduction
  • Improving propulsion: advanced propeller design, improved propeller hull interaction, propeller-rubber combinations.
  • Increasing machinery efficiency: improved engine performance, better power management, energy saving device, waste heat recovery.
  • Alternative propulsion methods: fuel cell, solar, wave, wind, LNG, hydrogen.
  • New design concepts: non-ballast ship, SES , zero emission carrier
  • Operation performance: Weather routing, speed or trim optimization, shipping, logistics
  • Environmental impact: Ecological impact, ship recycling.
  • International regulation, codes and standards


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