Countermeasures for reduction for CO2 emission from training ship

Title & Authors
Countermeasures for reduction for CO2 emission from training ship
Lee, Sang-Deuk; Koh, Dae-Kwon; Jung, Suk-Ho;

Abstract
As the seriousness of global environment pollution is gaining increasing public attention, research into greenhouse gas emissions of ships is being carried out globally. At a domestic level, however, in a number of significant fields such research has not been conducted to date. This study examined countermeasures for the reduction of $\small{CO_2}$ emission in the fields of electronic control engines, trim optimization, propeller polishing, hull cleaning, and anti-fouling paint using an actual sea-going vessel. Selected countermeasures were applied during sea trials of the ship and the effect of specific fuel oil consumption analyzed. It was found that each countermeasure resulted in a decrease of fuel consumption of 1~5%. The energy efficiency operational indicator (EEOI) was calculated and found to also be improved by 1~5%. Further research into the EEOI of domestic shipping is planned to enhance conformance with international environmental regulations and improve global competitiveness.
Keywords
$\small{CO_2}$;Energy efficiency operational indicator;Trim;Propeller polishing;Anti-fouling paint;
Language
Korean
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