Essays about: "alternative maritime power"
Found 2 essays containing the words alternative maritime power.
1. The Decision to Evacuate a Passenger Ship - An Assessment of the Normative View of the ShipmasterUniversity essay from Lunds universitet/Avdelningen för Riskhantering och Samhällssäkerhet
Abstract : The shipmaster is the centralised focal point of power on a passenger ship, and upon him/her rests the decision to evacuate the ship if it is deemed to be in a situation that is non-survivable. This thesis set out to explore a societal normative view of the shipmaster in this decision space; a view that can be observed in accident reports and maritime legislation. READ MORE
2. Is Cold Ironing Hot Enough? An Actor Focus Perspective of On Shore Power Supply (OPS) at Copenhagen's HarbourUniversity essay from Lunds universitet/Internationella miljöinstitutet
Abstract : This thesis focuses on cold ironing for vessels while berthed at port, with the port of Copenhagen as main case study. With the use of this technique, which is considered by the International Marine Organization (IMO) as a measure to reduce air pollution and noise deriving from shipping activities in ports and coastal areas, vessels are able to shut down their auxiliary engines in order to generate power and replace it with electricity supplied by the shore. READ MORE