Energy efficiency parametric design tool in the framework of holistic ship design optimization

Evangelos Boulougouris, A. Papanikolaou, Antonis Pavlou

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Abstract

Recent International Maritime Organization (IMO) decisions with respect to measures to reduce the emissions from maritime greenhouse gases (GHGs) suggest that the collaboration of all major stakeholders of shipbuilding and ship operations is required to address this complex techno-economical and highly political problem efficiently. This calls eventually for the development of proper design, operational knowledge, and assessment tools for the energy-efficient design and operation of ships, as suggested by the Second IMO GHG Study (2009). This type of coordination of the efforts of many maritime stakeholders, with often conflicting professional interests but ultimately commonly aiming at optimal ship design and operation solutions, has been addressed within a methodology developed in the EU-funded Logistics-Based (LOGBASED) Design Project (2004–2007). Based on the knowledge base developed within this project, a new parametric design software tool (PDT) has been developed by the National Technical University of Athens, Ship Design Laboratory (NTUA-SDL), for implementing an energy efficiency design and management procedure. The PDT is an integral part of an earlier developed holistic ship design optimization approach by NTUA-SDL that addresses the multi-objective ship design optimization problem. It provides Pareto-optimum solutions and a complete mapping of the design space in a comprehensive way for the final assessment and decision by all the involved stakeholders. The application of the tool to the design of a large oil tanker and alternatively to container ships is elaborated in the presented paper.
LanguageEnglish
Pages242-260
Number of pages19
JournalProceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part M: Journal of Engineering for the Maritime Environment
Volume225
Issue number3
Early online date30 Jun 2011
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2011

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Energy efficiency
Ships
Greenhouse gases
Design optimization
Oil tankers
Shipbuilding
Containers
Logistics

Keywords

  • greenhouse gases
  • holistic design approach
  • LOGBASED Project
  • ship systems optimization
  • parametric design tool

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