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Slow steaming won’t necessarily cut emissions – so what will?

Dr Teemu Manderbacka from NAPA Shipping Solutions writes on how to use operational data to validate new ship designs. Recent research has shown how the cubic law of fuel consumption-speed dependency is simple, but the reality is more complicated, thus it does not necessarily hold further away from the design speed, and that slow steaming …

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Dr Teemu Manderbacka from NAPA Shipping Solutions writes on how to use operational data to validate new ship designs. Recent research has shown how the cubic law of fuel consumption-speed dependency is simple, but the reality is more complicated, thus it does not necessarily hold further away from the design speed, and that slow steaming …

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