TU Delft will host the Alternative maritime fuels and ship emissions seminar on 8 February 2018 at 13:00h.
The seminar is jointly organized by TU Delft, CIMAC (The International Council on Combustion Engines-The Netherlands branch) and IMarEST (Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology-Benelux branch). Speakers from various companies will address the technical challenges related to the maritime application of alternative fuels (such as methanol, LNG and dual fuel, low sulphur HFO, etc.) and exhaust after treatment technologies. With the coming legislative changes these topics get extra urgency and we aim to get inspiring discussions.
Faculty of Mechanical, Maritime and Materials Engineering
Room A: Leonardo da Vinci
Mekelweg 2, Delft
17:00-19:00 Reception and drinks @ Lagerhuysch
Prof. Dr. Howard Levinsky DNV-GL and University of Groningen: LNG as a marine fuel, and how about those ethers
Dr. Daniel Stuckmeier MAN Diesel & Turbo SE: Update on NOx Reduction Technologies for medium speed and low speed engines
Dr. ir. Maciej Mikulski TNO: Methanol as fuel for shipping—combustion engine perspective
Dirk Hoek Shell: IMO2020 Readiness—Fuels and Lubricants
Patrick Wagar Wärtsilä: Best efficiency and lowest emissions: recent engine developments using alternative fuels