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Palfinger August 2022

Wind Propulsion 2021 Programme

Wednesday 15th September


09.45-10.10 Coffee and Registration

10.10-10.15 Welcome Address, D. Ponkratov, Technical Director, The Royal Institution of Naval Architects, UK

10.15-10.20 Welcome Address, G. Allwright, Secretary, International Windship Association, UK

10.20-10.25 Welcome Address, YARA

10.25-10.45 Keynote - Lars Robert Pedersen, Deputy Secretary General, BIMCO

10.45-11.20 Horses for courses: How to select the “right” wind propulsion system and how to make the business case F Gerhardt, SSPA Sweden AB

11.20-11.40 Coffee

11.40-12.15 Wind technologies in shipping to 2050: Factors and challenges for a sustainability transition J Köhler, Fraunhofer ISI

12.15-12.50 Methods of Retrofitting Wind Assist A Johnson, Dasivedo Design Ltd

12.50-13.25 Estimating the Cost of Retrofit for Shortsea Vessels O Schinas,

13.25-14.30 Lunch

14.30-15.05 Accelerating the uptake of wind propulsion in shipping L. Pomaska, M Acciaro, Kühne Logistics University

15.05-15.40 A Review of Wind-Assisted Ship Propulsion for Sustainable Commercial Shipping: Latest Developments and Future Stakes L Khan, Aston University

15.40-16.15 Wind for assistance and main propulsion Patrick Englebert - PROPELWIND S.A.S.

16.15 – 16.30 Coffee

16.30 – 17.05 Performance prediction and design of wind-Assisted propulsion systems F Thies and J W Ringsberg, Chalmers University of Technology

17.05 - 17.40 A CFD Study on Wind Assisted Propulsion Technology for Commercial Shipping  W C P Hopes, D R Pearson and J E Buckingham, BMT Defence and Security UK Ltd

17.40 – 18.30 Discussion and Drinks Reception


Thursday 16th September


09.55-10.20 Coffee and Registration

10.20-10.55 Experiences of Rotor Sail installations on various ship types and the emission reduction potential of Rotor Sails J Kuuskoski, Norsepower

10.55-11.30 Speed Trial Verification for a Wind Assisted Ship S Werner, SSPA Sweden AB

11.30-11.50 Coffee

11.50-12.25 Development of a 1:30 scale sailing model of Oceanbird A Hillenbrand, KTH Royal Institute of Technology

12.25-13.00 Sea keeping model testing of wind powered Vessels F Gerhardt, SSPA Sweden AB

13.00-14.00 Lunch

14.00-14.35 Interactions between Two Flettner Rotors used for Wind Ship Assisted Propulsion B Charrier, Consultant

14.35-15.10 Flettner rotors performances and interactions effects on the MARIN Hybrid Transition

Coaster J Schot, MARIN

15.10-15.45 Rondout Riverport 2040 A Post Carbon Gateway to the Hudson Valley and the World

A Willner, The Center for Post Carbon Logistics

15.45 – 16.05 Coffee

16.05 – 16.40 Final Address and discussion

16.40 – 17.00 Closure

RINA membership

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