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Schiffstechnik Pod NEU | Ship Technology Pod drives/rim thrusters survey 2018 The past twelve months have seen only few changes to the portfolio of pod drive manufacturers. Solutions to be employed in ice become more important. HANSA shows products available on the market Pod propulsors are the driving force behind latest cruiseships Operators explore new opportunities with help of azimuth thruster technology. This kind of propulsion has swept the cruiseship industry in recent years and is becoming a feature of vessels being built for polar voyages. Nowadays regions with more or less ice formation are increasingly catching the attention of owners in the course of this calculation. This is because polar regions may hold less ice in the coming years offering real prospects in efficient voyage planning. Not only the vessels’ hull structure but also the propulsion are subject to special requirements. Rolls-Royce has the socalled Mermaid ice-strengthened pods in their portfolio. These drive systems are specifically designed for all vessels operating in toughest Arctic conditions. Mermaid ICE units are designed to IACS PC4 and provide excellent hydrodynamic performance for open sea voyages for fuel Source: Rolls-Royce savings in a mixed operational profile, the company says. The new HICE pods for heavy duty ice applications are designed for ice classes to IACS PC1. According to the manufacturer both types are equipped with robust heavy duty induction Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) engines with high torque at low rpm suitable for tough ice milling conditions. ABB also offers a range of products suitable for sailing under ice conditions. At the end of August 2017 the LNG carrier »Christophe de Margerie«, owned by Russian operator Sofcomflot, was the world’s first vessel to cross the Northern Sea Route without the aid of an ice-breaker. The carrier is powered by ABB’s Azipod electric propulsion technology. The 172.600 m3 Arctic LNG tanker which features a lightweight steel reinforced hull is the largest commercial ship to receive Arc7 certification. The tanker is capable of travelling through 2.1 m thick ice, ABB reports and crossed the Northern Sea Route »Crystal Symphony« was the first bigger passenger ship that passes the Northern Sea Route. It uses Mermaid Ice propulsion from Rolls-Royce Photo: Crystal Cruises The new Azipod DO from ABB Photo: ABB (NSR) from Hammerfest, Norway to South Korea in 19 days instead of the 30 days required to travel the regular southern route through the Suez Canal. This record time resulted in less fuel consumption and ship fuel emissions, the company says. All of the 15 vessels constructed for the Yamal LNG project were equipped with three Azipods each. According to ABB they provide a high degree of maneuverability, and enable the use of the sternfirst motion (Double Acting Tanker, DAT function) principle which is necessary to overcome hummocks and heavy ice fields. Furthermore, ABB added a new product to its portfolio. The Azipod DO is the latest member of the Azipod family for the power range from 1,6 to 7 MW. Azipod DO should provide cost efficient, reliable and energy saving operations for merchant, offshore and special vessels. The high performance of the thruster is achieved by a unique dual cooling of the propulsion motor that combines a direct cooling to the surrounding sea and a separate air cooling. According to ABB the pod represents a cost efficient and reliable solution for DP vessels and other ships requiring high thrust. The latest order for the Azipod DO was placed for a new Lindblad Expeditions Holdings vessel that will take passengers on exploration cruises to remote polar areas. The newbuilding will be constructed by Ulstein Verft and receives two Azipod DO propulsion units. The vessel delivery is expected for the first quarter of 2020. M 66 2 HANSA International Maritime Journal – 155. Jahrgang – 2018 – Nr. 5

Schiffstechnik | Ship Technology Pod NEU Power Relate / Maximum kW Speed min -1 Type Related Thrust kN Propeller open mm Propeller nozzle mm ABB Zurich, Switzerland, online: www.abb.com, e-mail: thomas.voelkel@de.abb.com 1300 – 2300 240 – 365 Azipod CO 980 1900 – 2600 2100 – 3900 160 – 280 Azipod CO 1250 2400 – 3500 2200 –4500 120 – 205 Azipod CO 1400 2700 – 4000 2700 Azipod CZ 1250 A 3300 Azipod CZ 1250 L 4500 Azipod CZ 1400 L 4700 Azipod CZ 1400 XL 1600 – 7000 Azipod DO 1600 – 7000 Azipod DZ 1500 – 17000 Azipod VI 500 – 17500 Azipod XL 2000 – 5000 Azipod ICE 1400 4500 – 10000 Azipod XO 1600 7500 – 13000 Azipod XO 1800 12000 – 21000 122 – 170 Azipod XO 2100 4400 – 6400 14000 – 22500 112 – 155 Azipod XO 2300 4400 – 6600 17000 – 25000 Azipod XO 2500 Brunvoll AS Molde, Norway, online. www.brunvoll.no, e-mail: office@brunvoll.no 300 – 500 AU RDT 1500 Engtek Manoeuvra Systems Pte Ltd Singapore, Singapore, online. www.ems-thrusters.com, e-mail: info@ems-thrusters.com Electric podded rotatable propulsions and deck mounted rotatable drives 200 580 A 200 E 1100 optional 275 540 A 275 E 1175 optional 350 500 A 350 E 1250 optional 500 450 A 500 E 1400 optional 800 360 A 800 E 1750 optional 1000 325 A 1000 E 1925 optional 1200 265 A 1200 E 2300 optional 1500 250 A 1500 E 2475 optional 2100 215 A 2100 E 2800 optional 3000 180 A 3000 E 3450 optional 3500 165 A 3500 E 3700 optional Rolls-Royce plc Aelesund, Norway, online: www.rolls-royce.com, e-mail: marine247support@rolls-royce.com Mermaid standard range 6000 – 11000 110 – 210 185 3600 – 5400 8000 – 16000 105 – 195 210 4100 – 5900 11000 – 20000 100 – 180 232 4500 – 6400 13000 – 23000 95 – 170 250 4900 – 6900 15000 – 27000 90 – 160 277 5400 – 8000 Mermaid Ice / HIce 4000 – 7000 110 – 170 185 450 – 850 3200 – 4500 6000 – 11000 105 – 155 210 950 – 1200 3700 – 5000 8000 – 13000 100 – 147 232 1500 – 1550 4500 – 5650 10000 – 15000 95 – 140 250 1200 – 1650 4700 – 6000 12000 – 18000 90 –132 277 1300 – 2050 5200 – 6600 Schottel GmbH Spay, Germany, online: www.schottel.de, e-mail: info@schottel.de Rim thrusters 200 SRT 800 800 315 SRT 1000 1000 500 SRT 1250 1250 800 SRT 1600 1600 Siemens AG Hamburg, Germany, online: www.siemens.com/marine, e-mail: marine@siemens.com 4500 – 8500 110 – 210 SISHIP eSiPOD 07 6500 – 12000 105 – 195 SISHIP eSiPOD 10 Available as twin (SISHIP eSiPOD-T) or mono propeller (SISHIP eSiPOD- 9000 – 16500 95 – 180 SISHIP eSiPOD 14 M) version. 11000 – 20500 90 – 170 SISHIP eSiPOD 17 Highly depending on propeller layout and purpose of the vessel will be 13000 – 24000 80 – 160 SISHIP eSiPOD 20 costumized on every project. 15000 – 26000 75 – 150 SISHIP eSiPOD 23 HANSA International Maritime Journal – 155. 155. Jahrgang – 2018 2018 – Nr. Nr. 55 67 3

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