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Energy efficiency design index of container vessel - operational approach

Autorzy Borkowski, T.  Kasyk, L.  Kowalak, P. 
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Języki publikacji EN
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EN The ship "Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI)" has been formulated by the IMO Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) as a measure of the CO2 emission performance of ships. The ship EEDI is calculated based on characteristics of the ship at build, incorporating parameters including ship capacity, engine power and fuel consumption. Shipping is responsible for CO2 discharge of approximately 3.3% global emission and despite being an energy-efficient transport means, compared with other transport modes, there are opportunities for increasing energy efficiency. The EEDI requires a minimum energy efficiency level (CO2 emissions) per capacity mile (e.g. tonne mile) for different ship type and size sectors. With the level being tightened over time, the EEDI will stimulate continued technical development of all the components influencing the energy efficiency of a ship. The paper presents an overview of EEDI calculation method for container vessels and results of experimental approach. The experimental process results through comprehensive analysis of operational data, from modern container vessel, equipped with direct main propulsion unit have been introduced. Ship operators have already been implementing energy efficiency operational measures and set goals for reducing the energy consumption of their fleet. Performance and savings are not always monitored and reported. However, it can be foreseen that such activity when is successfully promoted, reduction of CO2 emissions can be achieved.
Słowa kluczowe
EN ship   main propulsion   marine diesel engine   Energy Efficiency Design Index   exhaust emission  
Wydawca Institute of Aviation
Czasopismo Journal of KONES
Rocznik 2012
Tom Vol. 19, No. 4
Strony 93--100
Opis fizyczny Bibliogr. 8 poz., rys.
Twórcy
autor Borkowski, T.
autor Kasyk, L.
autor Kowalak, P.
  • Maritime University of Szczecin Waly Chrobrego Street 1-2, 70-500 Szczecin, Poland tel.: +48 91 4809400, fax: 48 91 4809575, t.borkowski@am.szczecin.pl
Bibliografia
[1] Northern Ireland Environmental Agency, Measuring the effectiveness of Environmental Management Systems, Phase 1: Desktop Report, www.ni-environment.gov.uk, June 2009.
[2] IMO, Amendments to the Annex of the Protocol of 1997 to Amend the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, 1973, Annex 19, Resolution Mepc.203(62), Adopted on 15 July 2011.
[3] Deltamarin LTD, Study on tests and trials of the Energy Efficiency Design Index as developed by the IMO, Applicability and Refinement of the EEDI for Ro-Ro and Ro-Pax Vessels, Report for Project 6543, 2011.
[4] IMO, Guidelines for Calculation of Reference Lines for Use with the Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI), Mepc 63/WP.9, Annex 4, Adopted on March 2012.
[5] IMO, Draft 2012 Guidelines for the Development of a Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan (SEEMP), MEPC 63/4/11.
[6] IMO, Guidelines on the Method of Calculation of the Attained Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI) for New Ships, MEPC 63/WP.9, MEPC 63/WP.9.
[7] Bazari, Z., Longva, T., Assessment of IMO Mandated Energy Efficiency Measures for International Shipping, Estimated Co2 Emissions Reduction from Introduction of Mandatory Technical and Operational Energy Efficiency Measures for Ships, Project Final Report, 31.10. 2011.
[8] Devanney, J., EEDI – A Case Study in Indirect Regulation of CO2 Pollution, Center for Tankship Excellence, Version: 1.11, www.gnu.org, 23.12.2010.
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