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  1. ØKO-Ø - small carboncompositeferries Seminar 10 • Henrik Riisgaard 1.12.2011

  2. Two MARKIS organizers for this session: Henrik Riisgaard, TeachingAssociate Professor, Aalborg University Environment, innovation, networks, policy (No maritime background) Gitte Nørgaard Business Development Consultant Frederikshavn

  3. } Markis platform Innovation Competenceenhancement Communication Transnational collaboration Forsustainable maritime Development in Kattegat & Skagerak

  4. Agenda for the next 120 minutes Introduction and MARKIS perspective: + Organisational aspects in a triple helix set-up - Involving stakeholders and overcoming barriers Henrik Riisgaard, Aalborg University Design and technical specifications Niels Kyhn Hjørnet , Niels Hjørnet - Yacht Design & Composite Engineering Small Break (?) Innovative Environmental Friendly Ferry Construction from a Shipowner’s Perspective Mats Hjortberg, Coriolis AB Handling of fire risks in composite ships Tommy Hertzberg, Head of Section, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden Discussion

  5. The aim of the Øko-Ø ferryproject The idea is: To workout a basis for comparinga smaller passenger ferry built of carbon composite and steel. life cycle costs environmental impact To inspire shipownersand naval architects to consider modern materials for ship building when fuel consumption and environmental impact have high priority.

  6. Timeline for the Øko-Ø Ferry • Project starts Whatifsimilaradvancedtechniqueswereapplied to ensure environmentalimprovements in mainstream segments? As ifenvironmentalimpacts matter (Leaduser innovation made possible by the navy and luxurysuperyachts)

  7. Triplehelix innovation Authorities Research 2.-0 LCA consultants Søfartsstyrelsen SP Technical Research VästraGötaland Region Frederikshavns Erhvervsråd Aalborg University. Sv. Transportstyrelsen Danish Yachts Niels Hjørnet Yacht Design Coriolis AB Hauschildt Marine Kockums AB Private industry

  8. Ewenwiderinterests from outside the triplehelix Danish Environmental Protection Agency Region Nordjylland Eco-council HögskolecentrumBohuslän SmåøernesFærgeselskaber Martec – Maritime Training and Education Centre BrancheforeningenPlastindustrien, Kompositdivisionen Chalmers DIAB aps DanmarksTekniskeUniversitet, Sektionenfor Skibe, KysterogKonstruktioner Kockums Europas Maritime Udviklingscenter,

  9. Project organization for ”ØKO-Ø Færge” project Followers on the sideline: DTU Plast industrien DK Chalmers Västtraffik Styrsjöbolaget Kockums Småøernes færgeselskaber Miljøstyrelsen Det økologiske råd PF Trading Discussion partners: Søfartsstyrelsen Danmark Transportstyrelsen Sverige U = Projektudførende K = Konsulent F = Fundraiser

  10. Four outputs from Øko-Ø: • A general arrangement, scantling, propulsioncalculation, specification for a carboncompositeferry. • Rule 17 analysis. Which alternative constructions and arrangements arenecessary to getapproval for a small displacementlightweightcompositeferry? • Life CycleCostanalysis. Assessing total cost of ownership and pay-back time for extra initial costs (design and construction) • Life CycleAssessment– mappingenvironmental inputs and outputs throughout the wholelife time of the ferry and an assessment of the environmentalimpacts of these. Special attention to the importance of materialchoice for changed environmental profile. = No real ferry, onlypaper

  11. Not a commercialproject No ferry is actuallyconstructed (the reference ferrywas just bought) All materials and analysiswillbepubliclyavailable Maximum dissimination of results and publicity The real anticipatedoutcome: Change of perspectiveamongshipowners and authorities Competencebuilding in industry Capacitybuilding in Danish authorities The basis for a follow-upcommercialproject (=real ferries)

  12. Contact Project leader: Jens Otto Sørensen, Danish Yachts jos@danishyachts.dk Henrik Riisgaard, Aalborg University: henrik@plan.aau.dk Danish Yachts on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VuTziaqY7II&feature=related • Gitte/Christine 2011.06.07