Project: WP3 - Power systems and fuels
Author(s): Sabah Alwan, Kevin Koosup Yum, Sverre Steen and Eilif Pedersen
Journal/conference: COMPIT2017 - 16th Conference on Computer and IT Applications in the Maritime Industries
Date: 15.05.2017

Multidisciplinary Process Integration and Design Optimization of a Hybrid Marine Power System Applied to a VLCC

Conference paper by Sabah Alwan, Kevin Koosup Yum, Sverre Steen and Eilif Pedersen for the Conference on Computer and IT Applications in the Maritime Industries

 

 

The paper explores the use of multidisciplinary and high-fidelity simulations for multi-objective
design optimization of a marine hybrid propulsion system with application to a very large crude oil
carrier (VLCC) tanker. The optimization is achieved by utilizing a process integration and design
optimization (PIDO) to support multidisciplinary design optimization (MDO).

Citation:

Alwan, S., Yum, K. K., Steen, S., & Pedersen, E. (2017). Multidisciplinary Process Integration and Design Optimization of a Hybrid Marine Power System Applied to a VLCC. In V. Bertram (Ed.), 16th Conference on Computer and IT Applications in the Maritime Industries (pp. 336–350). Cardiff, UK: Technische Universität Hamburg-Harburg