A Novel Hybrid Propulsion System (Genset) of a Cruise Ship Powered by a Solid Oxide Fuel Cell and a Lithium-Ion Battery

Stricter emissions targets, especially on CO2 posed by international organisations are encouraging ship owners and ship constructors to innovate. Indeed, such innovation can be done by utilizing other fuels than heavy fuel oil (HFO).

Toolchain for Efficient Implementation and Evaluation of BMS Algorithms from Matlab-Simulink on an Embedded System.

The NAUTILUS project will be represented at the AABC conference in San Diego, USA by colleague Nico Manteuffel from RWTH. At his poster he will present a "Toolchain for efficient implementation and evaluation of BMS algorithms from Matlab-Simulink on an embedded system."

Review of Atmospheric Ship Emissions and Exposure

Annual Aerosol Science Conference (AASC) provides a forum for aerosol scientists from both academia and industry to network and share knowledge. At the 2021 annual AASC event NAUTILUS representative Adam Kristensson from Lund University gave a speech about the review of atmospheric ship emissions and exposure.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under grant agreement No 861647.

 

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