Boil Off Gas Operation on LNG Carriers with Dual Fuel Propulsion Plant (eBook)

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June 2009

Boil Off Gas Operation on LNG Carriers with Dual Fuel Propulsion Plant (eBook)

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This paper provides a detailed description on Boil-off Gas Operations on LNG Carriers with Dual Fuel Propulsion Plants (31pp)

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This paper reports on the joint project of MAN Diesel and Burckhardt Compression AG on the option for LNG ships to burn boil-off gas instead of reliquefying the gas, in consideration of the expectations of future prices of gas and fuel oil, as well as future emission control regulations. It gives a detailed evaluation of the ME-GI engine and Laby-GI system.

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Title: Boil Off Gas Operation on LNG Carriers with Dual Fuel Propulsion Plant (eBook)
Product Code: WS1043EA
Published Date: June 2009

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