Economic and Environmental Generation and Voyage Scheduling of All-Electric Ships

@article{Shang2016EconomicAE,
  title={Economic and Environmental Generation and Voyage Scheduling of All-Electric Ships},
  author={Ce Shang and Dipti Srinivasan and Thomas Reindl},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Power Systems},
  year={2016},
  volume={31},
  pages={4087-4096}
}
An all-electric ship (AES) uses integrated power generators and an energy storage system (ESS) to match its propulsion and service loads, thus forming an isolated microgrid. Existing work has hitherto set the minimisation of the AES operational cost as the single optimisation objective, with the reduction of the greenhouse gas (GHG) emission merely treated as a constraint of the optimisation. Moreover, the potential of the ESS as part of the scheduling has not been fully exploited. The work… CONTINUE READING

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