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Mertens, Emily (author)
Global warming is a topic of major concern the last decade and for reason the IMO adopted a strategy to reduce the emissions of greenhouse gasses of vessels. In order to meet the IMO requirements ships propulsion systems need to become more sustainable. An option to reduce emission is the implementation of fuel cells running on hydrogen together...
master thesis 2022
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van den Bogerd, Gerrit (author)
Over the coming decades the worldwide fleet of ships will have to change to reduce emissions. Hybridisation of the propulsion system is a stepping stone to full electrification, which is required to reduce emissions of the maritime sector to zero. In hybrid propulsion systems, clutches are used to switch between drive engines when transitioning...
master thesis 2022
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Kapetanović, M. (author), Vajihi, Mohammad (author), Goverde, R.M.P. (author)
This paper presents a simulation-based analysis of hybrid and plug-in hybrid propulsion system concepts for diesel-electric multiple unit regional railway vehicles. These alternative concepts primarily aim to remove emissions in terminal stops with longer stabling periods, with additional benefits reflected in the reduction of overall fuel...
journal article 2021