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Green retrofitting through optimisation of hull-propulsion interaction - GRIP

AuthorsPrins, H.J., Flikkema, M.B., Schuiling, B., Xing-Kaeding, Y., Voermans, A.A.M., Müller, M., Coache, S., Hasselaar, T.W.F., Paboeuf
Conference/Journal6th European Transport Research Conference, Warsaw, Poland
Date18 Apr 2016

In the FP7 project GRIP, partners have extensively studied Energy Saving Devices which improve the propulsive efficiency of ships. This paper gives an overview of the work performed in the project by all partners resulting in the successful demonstration.


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Henk Prins


Bart Schuiling

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