Storm brews over EEDI minimum power requirements

Heavy weather presents a challenge to derated propulsion systems

In severe sea states, EEDI’s minimum power requirements potentially create a risk that a ship may not be able to make enough way through the water to maintain steerage “and then you are in trouble,” warned Philip Holt, a naval architect at MAN Energy Solutions.

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