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Introduction
Fuel Savings Estimates
Fuel Effciency Incentives
Optimizing Ship Particulars
Minimizing Hull Resistance and Increasing Propulsion Effciency
Added Resistance Due to Waves and Wind
The Infuence of IMO’s EEDI on Ship Design
Propulsion Improving Devices (PIDs)
Propulsion Improving Devices (PIDs)
Skin Friction Reduction
Renewable Energy
Compatibility
Use of Higher Strength Steel (HTS)
Weight Savings from the Use of HTS
Potential Impact of HTS on Payload
Potential Impact of HTS on Fuel Consumption
Composites and Other Nonferrous Materials
Prime Movers – Main and Auxiliary Engines
Waste Heat Recovery
Auxiliary Equipment
Ship Operation: Voyage Performance Management
Ship Operation: Voyage Performance Management
Hull and Propeller Condition Management
Ship System Management
Overall Energy Effciency Management
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