Environment safety alternative types of fuel for ships

Environment safety alternative types of fuel for ships .

Since the human being found out the ways of making power, we made a huge leap in development of technical progress. The humanity invented dozens of ways to travel around the whole world, in any environment and surroundings: on the water, under water, on earth, in the air and even the universe. We learned to subdue the forces of nature, such as wind, water, fire, electricity. Due to the technical successful progress we put the science in the service of humanity, specifically in movement on water. In the very beginning we used such powers as water (it blows in the sails and creates a force that makes the ship move), water flow that drifts the ship and manpower of people who used to row the oars to move the water beneath them. We created mechanisms such as ICE (internal combustion engine), nuclear installations that transform energy into useful work, etc... However, in order for these mechanisms to function, the main and necessary element is fuel.

In maritime law there are certain ecological requirements for usage of any kind of fuel. The requirements are regulated by MK VI MARPOL Convention to the products of combustion and air emissions of elements such as sulfur oxides, carbon and nitrogen, and other particulate matter such as soot. The most stringent requirements are presented to the emission control areas (ECA - Emission Control Area) - the Baltic Sea, the North Sea, the coastal waters of America, the Mediterranean, the Caribbean Sea, the Japan Sea coast, the Strait of Malacca, and others.//

2. Specific energy production that is specific efficiency per unit of waste substances.

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