Ship Efficiency by STGInternational Conference on Ship Efficiency

2009 Programme

28th September 2009

09:45

Welcome by Hermann J. Klein

President of STG and
Iwer Asmussen
Executive Secretary of STG

Ship Operation and Ship Design

chaired by Fred Deichmann, Columbus Shipmanagement GmbH, Hamburg/Germany
10:00

Fuel Efficiency Versus Safety in Ship Design PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • Main dimension restrictions vs. fuel efficiency
  • Optimization of designs for specific operational profiles
  • How much fuel is safety allowed to cost?

Heike Billerbeck, Flensburger Schiffbau-Gesellschaft, Flensburg/Germany

10:30

Energy Efficiency Design Index – EEDI Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • Principles
  • Base line definitions
  • Application consequences

Stefan Krüger, Technische Universität Hamburg-Harburg, Hamburg/Germany

11:00

Coffee break

11:30

Cost Savings by Hydrodynamic Measures Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • Reduction of speed
  • Trim optimization
  • Power saving devices incl. new developed pre-swirl duct

Jan Svardal, Grieg Shipping Group, Bergen/Norway; Dipl.-Ing. Friedrich Mewis, MSH, Dresden/Germany

12:00

Report from the Frontline of Energy Efficiency; Brief Summary of the
A.P. Møller-Mærsk Energy Efficiency Initiatives with-in: PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • Ship design
  • Retrofit
  • Performance management
  • Operational optimization

Ole Graa Jakobsen, Mærsk Maritime Technologies, Copenhagen/Denmark

12:30

Practical Approach to Achieve Cost Efficient Ship Operation Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • Commercial aspects of voyage planning, execution, performance and scheduling
  • Hydrodynamics
  • Bunker management
  • System tuning and efficient system operation – main engines, aux. engines, consumers
  • Management and organizational embedding of the above

Rolf Ole Jensen, DNV Maritime Solutions, Høvik/Norway

13:00

Lunch

14:30

A Holistic Approach to Reduce Ship Operation Costs Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • Saving potential in resistence and propulsion
  • Saving potential in mainengine and auxiliaries
  • Saving potential in onboard consumers
  • Saving potential in operations

Volker Höppner, FutureShip GmbH, Hamburg/Germany

15:00

A CO2 Maintenance Index for Ships (hull and propeller performance) Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • Optimal intervals for hull / propeller husbandry
  • Establish when to spot blast versus full-blasting of hulls
  • Setting fleet targets for hull and propeller performance (CO2 reduction metrics)

Daniel Kane, Propulsion Dynamics Inc., Long Beach/USA

15:30

Coffee break

16:00

Ship Service Performance PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • Ship performance monitoring; how to measure the correct parameters and challenges faced in accuracy
  • Ship in service performance analysis; reducing the scatter in the performance monitoring results
  • Fouling and its effect on ship performance
  • How to save fuel using performance monitoring and analysis results

Thijs Hasselaar, MARIN, Wageningen/The Netherlands

16:30

Shipboard Weather Routing – Operational Benefits Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • Prevention of Damages
  • Hull response monitoring
  • Efficient ship scheduling
  • Experience and further developments

Helge Rathje, Germanischer Lloyd AG, Hamburg/Germany

17:00

Increased Efficiency by Crew Training Simulation PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • Training on new engine types
  • Pre-boarding training for maneouvring very large container vessels
  • Training for efficient tanker operation incl. STS activities

Heinz Kuhlmann, MTC, Marine Training Center, Hamburg/Germany

19.00

Conference dinner with keynote speaker

Fritz Vahrenholt, RWE Innogy GmbH, Essen/Germany

29th September 2009

Future Fuels and Efficient Power

chaired by Hans Jakob Gätjens, Bureau Veritas S.A., Hamburg/Germany
09:00

Gaseous Fuels – Operational Aspects PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • Dual fuel or pure gas engines?
  • Efficiency and exhaust gas emissions of gas driven engines
  • Power supply: cold ironing or gas driven engines?

Oskar Levander, Wärtsilä Ship Design, Helsinki/Finnland

09:30

Gaseous Fuels – Safety Aspects Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • Safe operation of gas engines on board of ships
  • Risk analysis for gas terminals and bunkering
  • New rules and regulations

Bruno Dabouis, Bureau Veritas, Paris/France

10:00

Use of Wind Energy Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • Potential of the sky sail system
  • First operational results
  • Future developments

Stephan Brabeck, SkySails GmbH & Co. KG, Hamburg/Germany

10:30

Coffee break

11:00

4 Stroke Engines – Efficiency and Exhaust Emissions Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • New developments to cover new regulations
  • NOX reduction by internal measures
  • External exhaust gas treatment

Klaus Wirth, Caterpillar Motoren GmbH & Co. KG, Kiel/Germany

11:30

2 Stroke Engines – Efficiency and Exhaust Emissions Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • New developments in order to cover new exhaust gas regulations
  • Gaseous fuels in 2 stroke engines?
  • Low sulphur fuels – a problem in operation

Niels B. Clausen, MAN Diesel A/S, Copenhagen/Denmark

12:00

Energy Efficient Engine Room Ventilation Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • Saving potentials
  • Fan selection strategies
  • Retrofit
  • Recommended measures

Karsten C. Witt, Witt & Sohn AG, Pinneberg/Germany

12:30

Heavy Fuel Oil for Marine Engines – Fuel Additive Option for Quality Improvement Extended Summary PDF of powerpoint presentation

  • Quality issues in HFO
  • Role of fuel additive
  • Case studies of additive use on land based marine engines in India

Suresh Shemoi, Neo Pecton, Mumbai/India

13:00

Farewell buffet

Conference language

English

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