Economic Evaluation of Propulsion Systems for LNG Carrier. A Comparative Life Cycle Cost Approach (eBook)

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June 2009

Economic Evaluation of Propulsion Systems for LNG Carrier. A Comparative Life Cycle Cost Approach (eBook)

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This study conducted by the Hyundai Industrial Research Institute presented the methodology of a comparative life cycle cost to provide impartial assessment of propulsion options for LNG carriers. The comparison set included the commercial available propulsion solutions based on reheating steam turbines, dual-fuel diesel generators, diesel engines with reliquefaction and dual-fuel diesel engines.

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Title: Economic Evaluation of Propulsion Systems for LNG Carrier. A Comparative Life Cycle Cost Approach (eBook)
Product Code: WS1041EA
Published Date: June 2009

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