A Naval Integrated Power System with a Battery Energy Storage System: Fuel efficiency, reliability, and quality of power.

@article{Kim2015ANI,
  title={A Naval Integrated Power System with a Battery Energy Storage System: Fuel efficiency, reliability, and quality of power.},
  author={So-Yeon Kim and Sehwa Choe and Sanggi Ko and Seung-Ki Sul},
  journal={IEEE Electrification Magazine},
  year={2015},
  volume={3},
  pages={22-33}
}
Mechanical machinery has dominated the field of ship propulsion systems in the last century. Since fuel accounts for a large portion of the ship life-cycle cost, the current trend of moving toward fuel economy and environmental regulations in marine engineering has led to the efficient use of onboard energy. Incorporating power electronics into ship propulsion systems has been a very common method of improving fuel efficiency since approximately 1980. One high-profile example is the 1968-built… CONTINUE READING
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