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Amounts of CO2 emissions from ice-going ships in different scenarios of their ice-breaker pilotage



Full text article (in russian)

Year

 
2016

Issue

 
376

Volume

 
2

Pages

 
109–118

Caption

 
Amounts of CO2 emissions from ice-going ships in different scenarios of their ice-breaker pilotage

Authors

 
A. Dobrodeev

Keywords

 
CO2 emissions, environmental safety, ice-going ships, power efficiency, ice- breaker pilotage of large ships

Summary

 
Modern marine logistical systems developed to transport oil and gas from the Arctic shelf involve the ships with high ice class that can operate both autonomously and with ice- breaker pilotage. This paper assesses CO2 emissions of large ice-going ships for different scenarios of their movement in ice. The calculations are performed as per IMO regulations for different ice-breaker pilotage methods for a large ship. Obtained results served to assess the power efficiency which, in its turn, allows assessments of existing and newly developed ice- breaker pilotage methods in terms of ensuring environmental safety.

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Naval architecture

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