Shipboard power systems have made great progress since Jacobi's experiment in the late 1830s (i.e., the first electric propelled boat). Today, the shipboard power system design process is facing significant changes, mostly due to the improvements both in power electronics and battery technology. (For instance, the MF Ampere entered into service in 2015 as the world's first electric battery-powered passenger and car ferry.) Moreover, the power systems sector is also undergoing significant changes due to both the ever-increasing requirements of ship owners and the enforcement of recent efficiency and pollution regulations. Currently, power electronics converters increase in both power and number in a modern Integrated Power and Energy System (IPES), exploiting different power system architectures.

Open Challenges in Future Electric Ship Design: High-Frequency Disturbance Propagation in Integrated Power and Energy Systems on Ships

COLAVITTO, ANDREA
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Vicenzutti A.;Bosich D.;Sulligoi G.
2019-01-01

Abstract

Shipboard power systems have made great progress since Jacobi's experiment in the late 1830s (i.e., the first electric propelled boat). Today, the shipboard power system design process is facing significant changes, mostly due to the improvements both in power electronics and battery technology. (For instance, the MF Ampere entered into service in 2015 as the world's first electric battery-powered passenger and car ferry.) Moreover, the power systems sector is also undergoing significant changes due to both the ever-increasing requirements of ship owners and the enforcement of recent efficiency and pollution regulations. Currently, power electronics converters increase in both power and number in a modern Integrated Power and Energy System (IPES), exploiting different power system architectures.
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