Danish research project targets main engine efficiency gains

The project builds on an earlier EU-funded project focused on optimising the operation of auxiliary engines aboard J. Lauritzen’s gas carrier fleet, such as the 9,108cbm ethylene carrier Stella Kosan (pictured). (Picture courtesy of J. Lauritzen)

MAN Energy Solutions is participating in a three-year collaborative project to improve the accuracy of predictive maintenance for marine two-stroke engines.

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