Development of Large LNG Carriers with Dual Fuel Diesel Electric Propulsion (eBook)

Published Date

January 2002

Development of Large LNG Carriers with Dual Fuel Diesel Electric Propulsion (eBook)

$19.31
(Excludes any applicable taxes)

This paper describes a study that shows an overall economic benefit from using Dual Fuel Diesel Electric Propulsion on large carriers. (57pp)

Be the first to review this product

As Demand for Natural Gas is rapidly increasing due to environmental concerns worldwide, lots of study on alternative propulsion systems for overall economy enhancement such as electric propulsion with dual fuel engines or gas/steam turbine combination and slow diesel engine driven with re-liquefaction plant were made by many manufacturers and marine consultants but overall economy studies including building cost, operating cost and capital cost by ship builders are not presented.

Recently, Samsung Heavy Industries, one of the leading shipyards for LNG carrier building, developed their standard design packages of LNG carriers such as panamax, 138K, 145K, 165K, 200K and 250K with propulsion alternatives of conventional steam turbine driven and electric propulsion with dual fuel engine and evaluated the overall economy depending on ship's size and propulsion alternatives.

In this paper, overall economy study results, standard designs for large LNGC with steam turbine driven and Dual Fuel Diesel Electric Propulsion (DFDEP) and design particulars were presented. As Conclusion, the adoption of DFDEF for Large LNG carriers provide remarkable overall economic benefit and larger sized LNG carrier shows the enhanced overall economy as same as normal commercial vessel's case study.

Paper delivered by:
Dosung Kong
Saweon Kang
Jinmo Kim
(all of Samsung Heavy Industries)

Prepared for:
Gastech Doha 2002

For over 45 years, the Gastech Exhibition & Conference has been at the forefront of the international gas and LNG market. This world-renowned event is regarded as the most significant meeting place for gas and LNG professionals, where the global industry gathers to do business.

Gastech hosts major IOCs, NOC’s, global utility companies, EPC contractors, shipbuilders, pipeline companies, manufacturers, distributors, technology and service providers, all who play an active role in the global energy value chain.

Title: Development of Large LNG Carriers with Dual Fuel Diesel Electric Propulsion (eBook)
Product Code: 4433g160
Published Date: January 2002

Write Your Own Review

Only registered users can write reviews. Please, log in or register

Windows eBooks:

 

To access the eBook, you need to install our free Windows eBook Reader.

The application can be downloaded from:

www.seamanship.eu/download/freedownload.aspx?file=viewer.

 

Standalone eBooks are supplied with 1 licence + 1 backup and are not transferable between platforms.

 

Remote Desktop Services (Terminal Services) and virtual environments are not supported.

 

The Windows eBook Reader works with Windows XP or later OS (but not Windows RT).

See more details.

 

Cloud (online) eBooks:

 

The Cloud (online) eBooks use Microsoft Silverlight browser plugin to deliver the best possible reading experience with the ability to work in offline mode.

 

It is an annual subscription service (i.e. each eBook is purchased for 1 year of use).

Online licences are not transferrable to Windows or iPad (or vice-versa).

 

Silverlight is compatible with the major web browsers used on Windows and Mac OS X operating systems.

However it is not supported on Linux, Android, Windows RT and iPad devices and therefore the Cloud eBooks use an HTML site in these instances.

The HTML site is more restricted than the Silverlight version.

 

See https://www.microsoft.com/silverlight/what-is-silverlight and more details.

 

Note for Mac Users:

 

Mac users can read Windows eBooks with Boot Camp or using virtual machines such as Parallels Desktop, Virtual Box, ...

Alternatively, Cloud (online) eBooks are accessible on Mac, including the Silverlight plugin with offline mode.

 

Note for Linux Users:

 

Linux users can read Windows eBooks using a virtual PC.

Alternatively, the HTML version of the Cloud (online) eBooks is accessible.

 

Note for Tablet Users:

 

Tablets owners can use the HTML version of the Cloud (online) eBooks.

Share This!
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Linkedin
  • and more...