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Ship energy management for hybrid propulsion and power supply with shore charging


"Hybrid technology in marine vehicles can significantly reduce fuel consumption and local CO2 emissions. It has been applied successfully to several ship-types, mostly with conventional, rule-based, strategies. To further improve performance, intelligent control strategies are necessary. This work, inspired by automotive research in Energy Management Strategies, applies the Equivalent Consumption M..." [More...]

M. Kalikatzarakis, R.D. Geertsma, E.J. Boonen, K. Visser, R.R. Negenborn. Ship energy management for hybrid propulsion and power supply with shore charging. Control Engineering Practice, vol. 76, pp. 133-154, July 2018.   


Ship energy management for hybrid propulsion and power supply with shore charging


"Hybrid technology in marine vehicles can significantly reduce fuel consumption and local CO2 emissions. It has been applied successfully to several ship-types, mostly with conventional, rule-based, strategies. To further improve performance, intelligent control strategies are necessary. This work, inspired by automotive research in Energy Management Strategies, applies the Equivalent Consumption M..." [More...]

M. Kalikatzarakis, R.D. Geertsma, E.J. Boonen, K. Visser, R.R. Negenborn. Ship energy management for hybrid propulsion and power supply with shore charging. Control Engineering Practice, vol. 76, pp. 133-154, July 2018.   


Intermodal freight transport planning - A receding horizon control approach


"This paper investigates intermodal freight transport planning problems among deep-sea terminals and inland terminals in hinterland haulage for a horizontally fully integrated intermodal freight transport operator at the tactical container flow level. An intermodal freight transport network (IFTN) model is first developed to capture the key characteristics of intermodal freight transport such as t..." [More...]

L. Li, R.R. Negenborn, B. De Schutter. Intermodal freight transport planning - A receding horizon control approach. Transportation Research Part C, vol. 60, pp. 77-95, 2015.   


Intermodal freight transport planning - A receding horizon control approach


"This paper investigates intermodal freight transport planning problems among deep-sea terminals and inland terminals in hinterland haulage for a horizontally fully integrated intermodal freight transport operator at the tactical container flow level. An intermodal freight transport network (IFTN) model is first developed to capture the key characteristics of intermodal freight transport such as t..." [More...]

L. Li, R.R. Negenborn, B. De Schutter. Intermodal freight transport planning - A receding horizon control approach. Transportation Research Part C, vol. 60, pp. 77-95, 2015.   


The cargo fare class mix problem for an intermodal corridor - Revenue management in synchromodal container transportation


"The intermodal hinterland transportation of maritime containers is under pressure from port authorities and shippers to achieve a more integrated, efficient network operation. Current efforts for improving this have yielded limited results, though, as the transportation product structure limits the flexibility of transportation providers to optimise network logistics. Synchromodality aims to overc..." [More...]

B. van Riessen, R.R. Negenborn, R. Dekker. The cargo fare class mix problem for an intermodal corridor - Revenue management in synchromodal container transportation. Flexible Services and Manufacturing Journal, vol. 29, no. 3-4, pp. 634-658, December 2017. Published online: 16 March 2017.   


Energy-efficient shipping: An application of big data analysis for optimizing engine speed of inland ships considering multiple environmental factors


"Energy efficiency of inland ships is significantly influenced by navigational environment, including wind speed and direction as well as water depth and speed. The complexity of the inland navigational environment makes it rather difficult to determine the optimal speeds under different environmental conditions to achieve the best energy efficiency. Route division according to the characteristics ..." [More...]

X. Yan, K. Wang, Y. Yuan, X. Jiang, R.R. Negenborn. Energy-efficient shipping: An application of big data analysis for optimizing engine speed of inland ships considering multiple environmental factors. Ocean Engineering, vol. 169, pp. 457-468, 2018.   


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