Title: [Evaluation of Selective Catalytic Reduction for Marine Two-Stroke DieselEngines]Semester: Semester theme: [Thesis]Project period: ECTS: Supervisor: [Tom Condra]Project group: 
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Due to an increased emphasison the reduction of emissions fromcommercial cargo ships, there has beenincreased interest in applying emissionsreduction technology to marine vessels.This paper investigates the application of selective catalytic reduction (SCR) for thepurpose of reducing NOx emissions from alarge bore slow speed marine diesel engineof the type that would be typical of aPANAMAX containership. Selectivecatalytic reduction, which relies on acatalyst to promote a reduction reactionbetween NO and NH3, is is a well-established technology that has seen wideapplication in the shoreside powergeneration industry, but for which therehave been relatively few applications tomarine low speed diesel engines. This paperinvestigates the feasibility of applying aselective catalytic reactor to a largecontainership propulsion engine bydeveloping a program for sizing SCR unitsfor various applications. The program isevaluated for an MAN K90 MC-C and K98MC-C engines, and the relevant systemparameters such as catalyst dimensions,flow rates, Urea consumption, and NOxreduction profiles are presented.