Enhanced ship energy efficiency by using marine box coolers

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Climate change, increasing fuel oil prices and new international regulation on ship emissions lead to more focus on shipping fuel consumption and energy efficiency. There are various solutions for improving the ship energy efficiency. In this manuscript, we aim to present a real case of energy saving by adopting the central cooling system with box cooler on the ship instead of conventional system. The electric energy power necessary for operating the machinery cooling system of the ship is calculated for conventional cooling system and compared to the cooling system using box coolers in term of fuel oil consumption and CO2 emissions. This study quantified the fuel saving potential that could be achieved with use of keel coolers. Adopting central cooling with box coolers may contribute in reduction of fuel oil consumption and improving the ship energy efficiency. systems. should not contain citations.

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Aijjou, A., Bahatti, L., & Raihani, A. (2018). Enhanced ship energy efficiency by using marine box coolers. Advances in Science, Technology and Engineering Systems, 3(6), 83–88. https://doi.org/10.25046/aj030608

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