Low Carbon Shipping & Shipping in Changing Climates

A Research Led Consortium on Sustainable Shipping

 
 

SCC Conference 2017

Papers and extended abstracts

Baldi et al (2017) Process integration as a tool for the improvement of cruise ships energy efficiency

Baresic (2017) LNG as a ship fuel- A comparative analysis of the Netherlands and eastern Baltic

Buckingham & Pearson (2017) Fishing Vessel Power & Propulsion Future Evolutions

Canning (2017) Industry views on the scope for carbon emissions reduction

Coraddu et al (2017) A data driven approach for ship energy efficiency and maintenance

Fan et al (2017) Study of real-time fuel consumption model for large bulk carrier

Farrier et al (2017) Opportunities and constraints of electrical energy storage systems in ships

Fearnley & Fowler (2016) Green technology and payback through use of energy recovery

Gibson et al (2017) A novel approach for holistic environmental assessment of ships

Gonzalez et al (2017) Estimation of the Greenhouse effect caused by the Spanish fleet of tugboats

Hansson et al (2017) Assessment of the potential for selected alternative fuels for the maritime sector

Hudson & Galle (2017) Investigation of ship motions and fuel consumption with respect to Charter Party agreements

Lim et al (2017) Understanding approaches to vessel energy efficiency system

Maasch et al (2017) Calm water resistance and self propulsion simulations including cavitation for an LNG carrier in extreme trim conditions

Sekkesaeter (2017) How big data can make shipping greener

Walsh et al (2017) Global trade scenarios some lessons from regional case studies

 

Presentations

Baldi - Process integration as a tool for the improvement of cruise ships energy efficiency

Baresic - LNG as a ship fuel- A comparative analysis of the Netherlands and eastern Baltic

Bonello - Energy efficiency retrofit selection in shipping – science or social experiment

Buckingham & Pearson - Fishing Vessel Power & Propulsion Future Evolutions

Canning - Industry views on the scope for carbon emissions reduction

Coraddu et al - A data driven approach for ship energy efficiency and maintenance

Coraddu et al - Hull condition assessment based on real time data

De La Fuente et al - Calculated EEOI improvements using ship energy efficiency methods

De La Fuente et al - Cooling a waste heat recovery system

Fan et al - Study of Real-time Fuel Consumption Model for Large Bulk Carrier

Farrier et al - Opportunities and constraints of electrical ESS in ships

Fearnley & Fowler - Green technology and payback through use of energy recovery

Gibson et al - A novel approach for holistic environmental assessment of ships

Gonazales et al - Estimation of the Greenhouse effect caused by the Spanish fleet of tugboats

Grahn et al - Can electrofuels in combustion engines be cost-competitive to hydrogen in fuel cells

Hanson & Nicholls - Implications of climate change for ports

Hansson et al - Assessment of the potential for selected alternative fuels

Hudson & Galle - Investigation of ship motions and fuel consumption with respect to Charter Party agreements

Johnson - Competition or cooperation A study of R&D collaboration in the Japanese maritime cluster

Lelliot & Bonello - Investigating vessel operation following energy efficiency retrofits

Lim et al - Understanding approaches to vessel energy efficiency system

Maasch et al - Calm water resistance and self propulsion simulations including cavitation for an LNG carrier in extreme trim conditions

Mitchell - Shipping & climate risk

Milligan et al - The potential of non-multilateral regulation to reduce GHG emissions

O'Keefe et al - Deriving vessel operational profiles using network analysis of AIS data

Raucci et al - Future of shipping under 2°C and 4°C

Rehmatulla et al - Investment required for 2degrees pathway

Rojon et al - Shipping GHG policy and potential impacts on maritime transport costs and trade

Romera - Maritime Transport and Climate Change Litigation

Scott et al - Regulating GHG Emissions from Shipping CBDR

Sekkesaeter - How Big Data can make shipping greener

Traut et al - The future demand for shipping in changing climates

Turan et al - Assessing the true performance of ships fitted with flettner rotors

Vigar - Financing Sustainable Shipping SAYS experience

Walsh et al - Trade Scenarios lessons from regional case studies

Yumashev - Towards a Balanced View of Arctic Shipping

 

Papers submitted to other conferences

Lazarou (2019) Identifying the effect of transshipment hubs on international trade

Aldous et al (2013) Noon Report Data Uncertainty

Rehmatulla, N. (2011) Applying systems thinking approach for qualitative analysis of GHG emissions regulations in shipping, conference paper from International Conference on Marine and Maritime Affairs

Smith, T. et al. (2010) Low Carbon Shipping - A Systems Approach, conference paper from RINA

Calleya, J. et al. (2012) Ship design and evaluation for a GHG constrained future, conference paper from The Environmentally Friendly Ship conference, 28 - 29 February 2012, London, UK

Bows & Gilbert (2011) Emission apportionment and exploring alternative national-based policy measures aimed to reduce emissions from the shipping sector, presented at European Transport Conference, Glasgow, June 2011.

Traut (2012) Quantifying Shipping Emissions, presented at The 3rd international conference on Transport, Atmosphere and Climate (TAC), Prien Am Chiemsee, Germany, June 2012.

Traut (2013) Out of thin air: the potential wind power contribution to international shipping, presented at 4th Marine Technology Postgraduate Conference, London, June 2013.

Mander et al. (2013) Plotting a course to 2050 and beyond: how to meet energy demand within the shipping sector, Royal Geographical Society Conference, London, Aug 2013.

Bows-Larkin et al. (2013) Shipping visions on the horizon, Tyndall Centre Radical Emissions Reduction Conference, London, Dec 2013.

Walsh & Bows (2011) The Importance of Product Distinction in Lifecycle and Product Chain Analyses, presentation at Irish Transport Research Network, Aug 2011

Walsh & Bows (2011) Assessing emission baselines for overseas freight arriving in the UK, presentation at Royal Geographical Society Annual Conference, London, Sept 2011.

Walsh & Bows (2012) Implications of recent trade patterns on future UK shipping emissions. Britain and the Sea. Plymouth, Sept 2012.

Bows (2012) Executing a Scharnow turn: reconciling shipping emissions with international commitments on climate change, Invited seminar to CICERO in Oslo, Norway Dec 2012.

Bows (2013) The importance of being Urgent: aviation, shipping and the mitigation debate, European Transport Conference, Frankfurt, Germany, Oct 2013.

 

SCC Conference 2014

Bola (2014) The potential for sustainable sea transport: A case study of Southern Lomiaviti

Buckingham (2014) Mapping the hybrid solution space

Deligiannis (2014) Ship performance indicator

Fenton (2014) The role of port cities and networks: Reflections on the World Port Climate Initiative

Hosseinloo et al. (2014) Bridging the shipping gap: 2 degrees pathways and carbon pricing

Kotrikla et al. (2014) Air pollutant emissions at Aegean island port

Newell et al. (2014) Turning the tide: the need for sustainable sea transport in the Pacific

Osses & Bucknall (2014) A marine engineering plant model to evaluate the efficiency and CO2 emissions from crude oil carriers

Raucci et al. (2014) A framework to evaluate hydrogen as a fuel in international shipping

Sidhu et al. (2014) Towards Zero Emission Fishing

 

SCC Conference 2015

Agnolucci et al. (2015) Shipping demand scenarios using estimated elasticities

Andersson & Brynolf (2015) Marine fuel alternatives for a low carbon future – Market influence on pathways selected

Allwright & Maclaine (2015) Commercial wind propulsion solutions: Putting the 'sail' back in sailing

Attah & Bucknall (2015) Energy use onboard LNG DFDE ships

Ayne (2015) Energy efficiency via engine improvements: A review of dual fuel engine development

Balsamo et al. (2015) Carbon dioxide capture with potassium carbonate for naval applications

Banks & Armstrong (2015) Integrated approach to vessel energy efficiency

Banks et al. (2015) Operational performance degradation of marine diesel engines

Bellolio, Lemort & Rigo (2015) Organic rankine cycle systems for waste heat recovery in marine applications

Besikci, Arslan & Turan (2015) Barriers to ship energy efficiency: Prioritisation using the analytic hierarchy process

Daskalakis, Chatzinikolaou & Ventikos (2015) Platform for assessing ship emissions from a life cycle perspective

Demirel et al. (2015) Experimental determination of the roughness functions of marine coatings

Dikis et al. (2015) Increasing ship machinery energy efficiency by dynamic condition monitoring maintenance

Gilbert, Wilson & Walsh (2015) Ship = CE2: Revisited

Haji et al. (2015) Policy implications of meeting the 2°C climate target

Haji et al. (2015) Exploring the sectoral level impacts and absolute emission changes of using alternative fuels in international shipping

Howett et al. (2015) The use of wind assist technology on two contrasting route case studies

Hanson & Nicholls (2015) Planning ports for changing mean and extreme water levels

Kesieme, Murphy & Pazouki (2015) U3 life cycle assessment of upstream pathways towards environmentally effective biofuels for shipping

Kellett et al. (2015) Investigating the roughness effect of biofouling on propeller performance

Kosmas & Acciaro (2015) Bunker levy schemes for GHG emission reduction in international shipping

Kurt, Boulougouris & Turan (2015) An AHP decision support model for the hub port choice of the shipping liners on the Mediterranean region

Koroglu & Sogut (2015) Advanced exergy analysis of a marine diesel engine waste heat recovery system

Lu et al. (2015) Speed management for energy efficient shipping

Leites (2015) Fuel cell systems for seagoing ships

Livanos et al. (2015) Economic and environmental evaluation of an open-type ferry

Lindstad (2015) Hydrogen the next maritime fuel

McCracken & Buckingham (2015) The benefits of ship waste heat recovery using a supercritical organic rankine cycle

Maasch, Turan & Khorasanchi (2015) Unsteady ranse and detached-eddy simulations of cavitating flow

Mitchell & Rehmatulla (2015) Dead in the water: An analysis of industry practices and perceptions on vessel efficiency and stranded assets

Michala, Lazakis & Theotokatos (2015) Predictive maintenance decision support system for enhanced energy efficiency of ship machinery

Mizzi et al. (2015) Issues with energy saving devices and the way forward

Raptodimos et al. (2015) Defining ship structural & machinery onboard measurement campaign for energy efficient operations

Rehmatulla et al. (2015) The diffusion of energy efficiency technologies in shipping

Raucci et al. (2015) Hydrogen on board ship: A first analysis of key parameters and implications

Senger and Köhler (2015) Transitions to low carbon ship propulsion technologies including wind, simulated with an agent-based model using evolutionary approaches

Silva et al. (2015) Non-releasing biocidal coatings: A new eco-friendly strategy to prevent marine biofouling

Smith et al. (2015) Stranded assets and the shipping industry

Schaumeier et al. (2015) Investigating shipping behaviour in emission control areas - A visual approch to data analysis

Schaub et al. (2015) Fast-time simulation for prediction of fuel consumption and emissions during ship manoeuvres

Taljegård et al. (2015) Electrofuels - A possibility for shipping in a low carbon future

Taheri, Lazakis & Koch (2015) Catalogue data model based innovative database system for ship structural and machinery condition monitoring (MCM) data exchange protocol

Traut et al. (2015) Risk, rice and rising seas - Impacts of climate change on maritime transport

Traut et al. (2015) Emissions budgets for shipping in a 2°C global warming scenario and implications for operational efficiency

Trodden, Murphy & Pazouki (2015) Evaluation of emission factors on the estimation of NOx formation from a manoeuvering ship

Turkmen et al. (2015) A new energy saving twin rudder system - Gater rudder

Thiem, Gentner & Ackermann (2015) Methanol powered fuel cell systems for marine applications

Theotokatos et al. (2015) Computational investigation of a large dual fuel marine engine

Wang & Oterkus (2015) Failure analysis of marine lithium-ion batteries using peridynamics

Zhou & Wang (2015) A case ship study on practical design and installation of carbon absorption and solidification system