Efficiency improvements to main engine auxiliary systems

Fig 1: SFOC vs. engine load for 8G95ME-C9.5 TII

In the design process of main engine auxiliary systems conducted by shipyards, options that could improve efficiency and reduce daily fuel oil consumption and consequently CO2 emissions are available, writes Karsten Elland, senior engineer, installation department, marine low-speed engineering, MAN Diesel & Turbo.

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