Low Carbon Shipping & Shipping in Changing Climates

A Research Led Consortium on Sustainable Shipping

 
 

LCS conference 2011

Anderson et al. (2011) Quantifying the climate challenge for shipping: From incremental to step change mitigation

Antunes (2011) Tools for the control of ship emissions and energy and the new IMO regulations

Armstrong (2011) Vessel optimisation for low carbon shipping

Banks et al. (2011) An approach to education and training of seafarers in low carbon-energy efficiency operations

Bows et al. (2011) Accounting for and influencing shipping emissions at a sub-global level

Calleya et al. (2011) Assessing the carbon dioxide emission reduction potential of a natural gas container carrier

Chowdhury & Dinwoodie (2011) The potential impact of a levy on bunker fuels on dry bulk spot freight rates

Clelland et al. (2011) Fuel cells for marine applications

Cui et al. (2011) Self-learning based ship onboard decision support system

Dedes et al. (2011) Possible power train concepts for nuclear powered merchant ships

Hatharia et al. (2011) Preliminary study of medium-speed monohull passenger ferries

Khoo & Olcer (2011) Life-cycle impact analysis of green ship design/operation

Knott & Buckingham (2011) Exploring options to reduce fuel consumption

Landamore (2011) Sustainable shipping - A way forward? Developing economic imperatives in an international market

Li & Zhao (2011) An innovative hullform desing technique for low carbon shipping

Lloyd et al. (2011) Improved container trans-shipment utilising low carbon feeder ships

Mangan et al. (2011) Logistics and low carbon shipping

Marzi et al. (2011) Energy efficiency targets

Marzi & Gatchell (2011) Low drag for low carbon shipping targets

McKinnon & Woolford (2011) The effects of port-centric logistics on the carbon intensity of the maritime supply chain: A preliminary review

Mermiris et al. (2011) Dynamic energy modelling - A new approach to energy efficiency and cost effectiveness in shipping operations

Ong & Olcer (2011) A feasibility model for marine engines using alternative fuels with the emphasis on cost/earning and emission figures

Reynolds (2011) The history and status of GHG emissions control in international shipping

Seo et al. (2011) Improvement of energy efficiency with 'inclined keel' hull concept

Shao & Zhou (2011) Development of a dynamic programming method for low fuel consumption and low carbon emission from shipping

Smith et al. (2011) Initial estimates on shipping's cost impacts and emissions for a range of policy options - A prototype model

Smith et al. (2011) On the speed of ships

Surplus (2011) B9 ships: Sail and virtual bio-methane powered coastal vessels

Taylor (2011) Low carbon shipping - An operator's perspective

Traut et al. (2011) Towards very low carbon shipping

Varelas & Archontaki (2011) Intelligence voyage planning for emission lowering

Walsh & Bows (2011) Incorporating lifecycle elements into the energy efficiency design index

Xie et al (2011) A study of hull form improvement for a fishing trawler

Zhou & Clelland (2011) Development of a combined cycle of solid oxide fuel cell and micro gas turbine for marine power systems

Zhu & Erikstad (2011) Performance indicators in benchmarking of maritime logistics chains