Combination of Pod, CLT and CRP Propulsion for Improving Ship Efficiency: The TRIPOD project

Antonio Sánchez-Caja, M. Pérez-Sobrino, R. Quereda, M. Nijland, T. Veikonheimo, J. González-Adalid, Ilkka Saisto, A. Auriarte

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    Abstract

    Within EU Project TRIPOD, new ways of saving energy are being studied to improve ship operational costs. The main objective of the TRIPOD project is the development and validation of a new propulsion concept for improved energy efficiency of ships which is based on the combination of three existing propulsion technologies. In particular TRIPOD explores the feasibility of integrating podded propulsors and tip loaded endplate propellers into energy recovery systems based on counter rotating propeller (CRP) principle. A non-rotatable pod unit called Rudderpod is installed behind the ship main propeller. CRP units consisting of different combinations of CLT and conventional propellers are being analyzed in ballast and load conditions for a retrofit and a new building scenario. CFD tools and model tests are combined to facilitate the design process. A method for the extrapolation of model tests to full scale and another for the accurate estimation of effective wakes by CFD tools have been developed. TRIPOD includes the realization of an economical cost benefit analysis for the operation of a reference ship
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationProceedings of the Third International Symposium on Marine Propulsors - smp13 5 - 8 May 2013, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia
    Pages347-357
    Publication statusPublished - 2013
    MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
    Event3rd International Symposium on Marine Propulsors, SMP'13 - Launceston, Australia
    Duration: 5 May 20138 May 2013

    Conference

    Conference3rd International Symposium on Marine Propulsors, SMP'13
    CountryAustralia
    CityLaunceston
    Period5/05/138/05/13

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    Propellers
    Propulsion
    Ships
    Computational fluid dynamics
    Ship propellers
    Cost benefit analysis
    Extrapolation
    Energy efficiency
    Energy conservation
    Recovery
    Costs

    Keywords

    • Contrarotating propeller (CRP)
    • CLT propeller
    • Pod propulsion
    • CFD
    • model test
    • Tip Loaded
    • economic analysis
    • saving energy

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    Sánchez-Caja, A., Pérez-Sobrino, M., Quereda, R., Nijland, M., Veikonheimo, T., González-Adalid, J., ... Auriarte, A. (2013). Combination of Pod, CLT and CRP Propulsion for Improving Ship Efficiency: The TRIPOD project. In Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Marine Propulsors - smp13 5 - 8 May 2013, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia (pp. 347-357). [8A.2]
    Sánchez-Caja, Antonio ; Pérez-Sobrino, M. ; Quereda, R. ; Nijland, M. ; Veikonheimo, T. ; González-Adalid, J. ; Saisto, Ilkka ; Auriarte, A. / Combination of Pod, CLT and CRP Propulsion for Improving Ship Efficiency : The TRIPOD project. Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Marine Propulsors - smp13 5 - 8 May 2013, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia. 2013. pp. 347-357
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    Sánchez-Caja, A, Pérez-Sobrino, M, Quereda, R, Nijland, M, Veikonheimo, T, González-Adalid, J, Saisto, I & Auriarte, A 2013, Combination of Pod, CLT and CRP Propulsion for Improving Ship Efficiency: The TRIPOD project. in Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Marine Propulsors - smp13 5 - 8 May 2013, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia., 8A.2, pp. 347-357, 3rd International Symposium on Marine Propulsors, SMP'13, Launceston, Australia, 5/05/13.

    Combination of Pod, CLT and CRP Propulsion for Improving Ship Efficiency : The TRIPOD project. / Sánchez-Caja, Antonio; Pérez-Sobrino, M.; Quereda, R.; Nijland, M.; Veikonheimo, T.; González-Adalid, J.; Saisto, Ilkka; Auriarte, A.

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    Sánchez-Caja A, Pérez-Sobrino M, Quereda R, Nijland M, Veikonheimo T, González-Adalid J et al. Combination of Pod, CLT and CRP Propulsion for Improving Ship Efficiency: The TRIPOD project. In Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Marine Propulsors - smp13 5 - 8 May 2013, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia. 2013. p. 347-357. 8A.2