Combine Ice Class Rules with Direct Calculations for Design of Artic LNG Vessel (eBook)

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June 2009

Combine Ice Class Rules with Direct Calculations for Design of Artic LNG Vessel (eBook)

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This paper provides a detailed description of commonly used propulsors. (22pp)

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Driven by the large reserves of oil and natural gas and their exploitation in Arctic and sub-arctic areas, the challenge of ship propulsion in ice-covered sea becomes a critical concern. In this paper, Sing-Kwan Lee of the American Bureau of Shipping investigates commonly used propulsors, namely FPP, CPP and ducted propeller, to compare their performance in ice propulsion conditions.

Title: Combine Ice Class Rules with Direct Calculations for Design of Artic LNG Vessel (eBook)
Product Code: WS1053EA
Published Date: June 2009

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