PhD Studentship: Assessment of ship powering performance using machine learning techniques at …

University of Southampton Qualification type: PhD Location: Southampton Funding for: UK Students, EU Students Funding amount: The funding covers EU/UK fees and stipend in line with EPSRC rates Hours: Full Time Project Themes:  Fluid Dynamics Shipping accounts for approximately 90% of intercontinental trade. Over 90,000 ships ply the oceans, crewed by about 1.2M people. Shipping accounts for around 3% of global CO2 emissions, equivalent to an industrial economy the size of Germany. Improving shipping safety and reducing its emissions are key goals for the international maritime community.Measuring changes in ship fuel consumption caused by specific energy-saving technologies is difficult, particularly for data acquired in a sea-state and where the sea-state itself is not separately recorded. It is also challenging to predict the behaviour of similar vessels in a fleet, where…


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