Alfa Laval is set to launch the E-PowerPack, a self-contained solution that can generate electricity from many different heat sources on board ships, using Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) technology. These include not
waste heat recovery
DECEMBER 12, 2017 — Under the terms of a recently signed MOU, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Marine Machinery & Equipment Co. (MHI-MME) and Wärtsilä plan to combine innovative technologies from both companies to
SEPTEMBER 27, 2016 — U.K.- based Harris Pye Engineering Group reports that it is actively working globally with more than ten companies and shipyards on a variety of waste heat recovery (WHR)
APRIL 13, 2016 — Now in operation on board a Maersk Line ship, the Arnold Maersk, is a newly developed Hydrocurrent Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) Module 125EJW waste heat recovery system from
DSME has placed an order with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Marine Machinery & Engine Co., Ltd. (MHI-MME) to supply the ships with its proprietary system for generating electric power by maximizing recovery and utilization of exhaust gas waste energy from marine diesel engines.
The systems ordered for the Maersk newbuildings takes the total number of MHI-MME’s WHRS units ordered to 87 since the system’s market introduction in 2010. Maersk has thus far been the biggest customer the system, with 69 units ordered for installation in four series of ships, including its 18,300 TEU Triple-E vessels.
The WHRS is MHI-MME’s best-selling product and the company holds a greater than 90% share of the WHRS global market.
The schematic below shows the principles of the system.
MAY 11, 2015 — Recently named in a ceremony at shipbuilder Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries’ Mokpo, South Korea, shipyard, Barzan is the first in a series of six 18,800 TEU containerships ordered
SEPTEMBER 18, 2014 — For the first time ever, MAN Diesel & Turbo is to develop a turbocharger series exclusively for two-stroke engines that is especially designed and optimized to fulfill Tier
JULY 9, 2014 — Siemens reports that, under a contract from shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries, its Drive Technologies Division is equipping 17 United Arab Shipping Company (UASC) containerships with its Siship SGM