Low Carbon Shipping & Shipping in Changing Climates

A Research Led Consortium on Sustainable Shipping

 
 

LCS conference 2012

Aldous & Smith (2012) Speed optimisation for Liquefied Natural Gas carriers: A techno-economic model

Azqueta et al. (2012) Energy balance of a Fuel Cell System for on board auxiliary power generation

Badoe et al. (2012) Numerical propeller rudder interaction studies to assist fuel efficient shipping

Banks et al. (2012) Seafarers’ current awareness, knowledge, motivation and ideas towards low carbon – energy efficient operations

Buckingham (2012) Naval economy and flexibility

Dinwoodie et al. (2012) Oil tanker flows involving the UK to 2050: A Delphi survey

Gilbert et al. (2012) Mutiny on the High Seas: exploring step-change technological mitigation in the shipping sector

He et al. (2012) Modelling and control of fuel cell and micro gas turbine hybrid power system for ship application

Howett et al. (2012) Lowering carbon emissions in shipping through improved hullform design for realistic operating conditions

Kohler & Senger (2012) An agent-based model of transitions to sustainability in deep sea shipping

Landamore & Dinwoodie (2012) What is the future demand for shipping?

Mander et al. (2012) A systems perspective on decarbonising the UK energy system – the impacts on shipping CO2 emissions

Mangan et al. (2012) The relationship between transport logistics, future ship design and whole system efficiency

McKinnon (2012) An Assessment of the contribution of shippers to the decarbonisation of deep-sea container supply chains

Rehmatulla & Smith (2012) Implementation barriers to low carbon shipping

Rigot-Muller et al. (2012) Mapping UK international seaborne trade and traffic

Rigot-Muller et al. (2012) Assessing emissions of UK international maritime traffic

Schwientek & Jahn (2012) The contribution of terminals to reduce the carbon footprint of maritime transportation

Sciberas et al. (2012) Auxiliary drives for emissions reduction

Smith & O'Keefe (2012) What is an appropriate measurement and apportionment strategy for international shipping?

Stott (2012) New panamax and its implications for ship design and efficiency

Tian et al. (2012) A holistic ship model for variable speed generation system on a RoRo vessel

Traut et al. (2012) Low C for the High Seas flettner rotor power contribution on a route Brazil to UK

Trodden & Woodward (2012) Reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by propeller design for ship-in-service conditions

Walsh et al. (2012) A new method for estimating national-scale CO2 from shipping: preliminary results from a UK study

Yu et al. (2012) Optimising the operation of a large two-stroke marine engine for slow steaming