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Understanding ship operating profiles with an aim to improve energy efficient ship operations

@inproceedings{Banks2013UnderstandingSO,
  title={Understanding ship operating profiles with an aim to improve energy efficient ship operations},
  author={Charlotte Banks and Osman Turan and Atilla Incecik and Gerasimos Theotokatos and Sila Izkan and Catherine Shewell and Xiaoshuang Tian},
  year={2013}
}
On 1st January 2013 the IMO introduced Maritime Energy Efficiency Regulations in order to benchmark the energy efficiency of new ship designs and to create a framework for the management of energy efficient ship operations for all new and existing ships. It is necessary that energy efficiency improvements� for� design� and� operational� performance� reflect� an� understanding� of� the� ship’s� operational profile, rather than its design condition alone. A ship design is typically carried out by… 

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