Propulsion system – Progpulsion http://progpulsion.com/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 10:05:24 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://progpulsion.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/icon-12-150x150.png Propulsion system – Progpulsion http://progpulsion.com/ 32 32 ISRO successfully tests new rocket propulsion system with hybrid engine https://progpulsion.com/isro-successfully-tests-new-rocket-propulsion-system-with-hybrid-engine/ Thu, 22 Sep 2022 01:21:44 +0000 https://progpulsion.com/isro-successfully-tests-new-rocket-propulsion-system-with-hybrid-engine/ Unlike solid-solid or liquid-liquid combinations, a hybrid engine uses solid fuel and liquid oxidizer. India’s national space agency is called the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), and its headquarters are in Bangalore. ISRO is India’s premier organization tasked with performing tasks related to space applications, space exploration and the advancement of related technologies. The agency […]]]>

Unlike solid-solid or liquid-liquid combinations, a hybrid engine uses solid fuel and liquid oxidizer.

India’s national space agency is called the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO), and its headquarters are in Bangalore. ISRO is India’s premier organization tasked with performing tasks related to space applications, space exploration and the advancement of related technologies.

The agency was founded in 1963 and since then it has supported civilian and military fields in various fields, such as disaster management, telemedicine, navigation and reconnaissance missions. Its programs and derived technologies have also made a significant contribution to the socio-economic and industrial development of India. The chairman of ISRO is the executive of the Department of Space (DOS), which is also under the direct control of the Prime Minister of India.

A hybrid engine that has been successfully tested by the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) could lead to the development of a new propulsion system for future launchers. The Bengaluru-based space agency has claimed that the 30 kN hybrid motor tested at the ISRO Propulsion Complex (IPRC) at Mahendragiri in Tamil Nadu on Tuesday is stackable and upgradable.

The ISRO Liquid Propulsion Systems Center provided support for the test (LPSC). Liquid oxygen (LOX) served as the oxidizer and hydroxyl-terminated polybutadiene (HTPB) served as the engine fuel. A hybrid engine uses solid fuel and a liquid oxidizer, as opposed to solid-solid or liquid-liquid combinations, it said. “Today’s (Tuesday) test of a 30kN hybrid engine showed sustained ignition and combustion for the expected 15 seconds. Engine performance was adequate,” according to an ISRO statement.

Ammonium perchlorate is the oxidizer used in conventional HTPB-based solid propellant rocket motors. Oxidizers provide the oxygen needed for combustion in rocket engines.

It was explained that the use of liquids facilitates throttling and that the management of the flow of LOX makes it possible to restart. Both HTPB and LOX are environmentally friendly, but LOX is safer to handle, according to ISRO. “The hybrid engine tested today (Tuesday) is scalable and stackable, potentially paving the way for a new propulsion system for future launchers,” he said.

The technology demonstration paves the way for hybrid-powered sounding rockets and an exciting platform for vertical landing experiments for depleted stage recovery, the VSSC said.

As part of refining the technology, ISRO will test it in a future sounding rocket launch.

Importance of the hybrid engine

Throttling, a term for controlling propellant flows via control valves, is aided by the hybrid engine’s use of fluids. Thus, in a liquid propellant rocket motor, throttling refers to the regulation of thrust.

The ability to restart the engine is made possible by controlling the flow of liquid oxygen. Both HTPB and liquid oxygen are green. However, handling liquid oxygen is safer.

The advantages of the hybrid engine include being a safe propulsion system, providing environmentally friendly propulsion, and being the throttle and the restart.

The hybrid engine is “scalable and stackable”, according to ISRO, and could pave the way for new propulsion technology for future launchers.

Chandrayan 3

In the first quarter of 2023, the launch of the Chandrayaan 3 is planned. The spacecraft will be a replica of the Chandrayaan 2 mission. It will only have a lander and a rover identical to those of Chandrayan-2. Although the spacecraft will not have an orbiter, its propulsion module will function as a communications relay satellite.


Read more: The Chandrayaan-2 orbiter makes the first observations of the global distribution of argon-40 in the Moon’s exosphere


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LiquidPiston Wins US Army Phase II Award for HEXE Propulsion System https://progpulsion.com/liquidpiston-wins-us-army-phase-ii-award-for-hexe-propulsion-system/ Wed, 14 Sep 2022 11:24:06 +0000 https://progpulsion.com/liquidpiston-wins-us-army-phase-ii-award-for-hexe-propulsion-system/ The Hybrid Electric X-Engine propulsion system ensures quiet, all-electric cruising. Credit: GlobeNewswire, Inc./LiquidPiston. The U.S. Army has assigned a Phase II Contract to the tech start-up Liquid Piston to develop its Hybrid Electric X-Engine (HEXE) propulsion system. The $1.7 million contract is part of the Army’s plan to achieve Vertical Take-off and Landing (VTOL) of […]]]>

The U.S. Army has assigned a Phase II Contract to the tech start-up Liquid Piston to develop its Hybrid Electric X-Engine (HEXE) propulsion system.

The $1.7 million contract is part of the Army’s plan to achieve Vertical Take-off and Landing (VTOL) of the Future Tactical Unmanned Aircraft System (FTUAS).

This requires the propulsion system to provide fuel-efficient power and enhanced take-off and flight capabilities, ensuring compatibility with military-grade heavy fuels.

The latest agreement follows the successful conclusion of Phase I xTechSearch Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR).

Liquid Piston The HEXE system was prototyped and tested towards the end of phase I.

The new system offers power-assisted sprint and climb modes and provides quiet, electric-only cruising.

Zeke Topolosky, U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command, Army Research Laboratory, Office of Strategic Partnerships, said, “One of the key areas of modernization for the Army is the Future Vertical Lift (FVL).

“Over the past few years, Army xTech juries have repeatedly recognized Liquid Piston The technological developments of are very promising to meet the military’s critical requirements for the modernization of the FVL. We are excited to see their efforts progress with this Army Phase II SBIR program.

Benefit Liquid Piston High Efficiency Hybrid Cycle (HEHC) thermodynamic concepts, the X-Engine features a compact rotary engine architecture.

The hybrid system overcomes range and payload issues by providing portability, low maintenance and jet fuel compatibility.

The X-Engine can also recharge the batteries in flight, enabling VTOL power, as well as over 30 minutes of quiet electric cruising.

The HEXE VTOL system will help troops launch and land in small areas.

Liquid Piston Founder and CEO Alec Shkolnik said, “Reliable and efficient power and energy sources for Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR), weapons systems, forward operating bases and other solutions are essential to protect the combatant, improve combat capability, improve energy efficiency. , and reducing the logistical burden and operational costs. »

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Electra is testing a hybrid-electric propulsion system https://progpulsion.com/electra-is-testing-a-hybrid-electric-propulsion-system/ Mon, 12 Sep 2022 21:08:33 +0000 https://progpulsion.com/electra-is-testing-a-hybrid-electric-propulsion-system/ Image: Electra.aero Electra.aero announced last week that it had successfully completed a fully integrated test of its hybrid-electric propulsion system. According to the company, the technology was developed for its nine-passenger short take-off and landing (eSTOL) electric aircraft concept. Propulsion system testing was performed at Electra’s facilities in Switzerland. “The tight coupling of airframe and […]]]>

Electra.aero announced last week that it had successfully completed a fully integrated test of its hybrid-electric propulsion system. According to the company, the technology was developed for its nine-passenger short take-off and landing (eSTOL) electric aircraft concept. Propulsion system testing was performed at Electra’s facilities in Switzerland.

“The tight coupling of airframe and propulsion systems is the hallmark of Electra’s unique and scalable approach to delivering net zero emissions for regional and transport aircraft by 2050,” said JP Stewart, vice president and general manager of Electra. “Electra’s eSTOL aircraft uses this patent-pending technology for the urban and regional aircraft market, enabling a reduction of the 5 billion tonnes of CO2 created each year by inefficient ground transportation in personal cars.”

Electra says its hybrid system, which is currently integrated into the company’s demonstration aircraft, uses “a combination of high-power batteries and a turbogenerator to power eight electric motors and propellers.” For its nine-passenger eSTOL hybrid design, Electra is aiming for a range of 400 NM, a payload of 2,500 pounds and a cruise speed of 175 knots. The company participates in initiatives such as NASA’s Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) national campaign and the US Air Force’s Agility Prime program.

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Velontra partners with Venus Aerospace for propulsion system https://progpulsion.com/velontra-partners-with-venus-aerospace-for-propulsion-system/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 06:09:58 +0000 https://progpulsion.com/velontra-partners-with-venus-aerospace-for-propulsion-system/ Based in Cincinnati/Dayton, Ohio Velontra has partnered with Venus Aerospace in Houston, Texas to develop a revolutionary propulsion system. Velontra’s afterburner promises to allow Venus’ hypersonic aircraft to take off from any airport in the world where it will travel to any destination on Earth in about an hour. “This is an exciting relationship,” said […]]]>

Based in Cincinnati/Dayton, Ohio Velontra has partnered with Venus Aerospace in Houston, Texas to develop a revolutionary propulsion system. Velontra’s afterburner promises to allow Venus’ hypersonic aircraft to take off from any airport in the world where it will travel to any destination on Earth in about an hour.

“This is an exciting relationship,” said Velontra CEO Robert Keane III. “Our afterburner complements Venus’ quest to use its rocket engine to travel at the hypersonic speed of Mach 9 (nine times the speed of sound) as it moves along the edge of the atmosphere. earthly.”

Keane also says this contract with Venus Aerospace is validation of the market need for the Velontra propulsion system that can transport passengers quickly and efficiently around the world. Their air-breathing propulsion system is up to 6 times more fuel efficient than any rocket and uses oxygen from the air, creating thousands of pounds of additional payload capacity. Velontra’s development process is also fast and more cost-effective than most traditional aerospace and defense contractors.

The Venus Aerospace Stargazer is designed as an exceptionally sleek aircraft, proposed to measure 100 feet wide by 150 feet long. It is expected to weigh around 150,000 pounds and seat up to 12 passengers. It’s the brainchild of Venus founders and renowned space engineers Sarah “Sassie” Duggleby and her husband, Dr. Andrew Duggleby.

“We are thrilled to partner with Velontra; the additional performance they can bring to our hypersonic vehicles is unparalleled. Rob and Joel bring incredible experience, and we are excited to see more technologists and entrepreneurs entering the cutting-edge technology arena. We (the US) need more shots on goal, and innovation comes by doing. Velontra is a great example of that,” says Dr. Duggleby, CTO and Co-Founder from Venus Aerospace.

“While Venus began its quest a little before us, this relationship allows us to develop our flight tests faster than originally planned,” reveals Keane.

The timing couldn’t be better. Velontra has been accepted into the latest cohort of the prestigious Y-Combinator, an American tech and startup accelerator in Silicon Valley. Among its graduates are household names such as Door Dash, Airbnb, Uber and Instacart. Its technology graduates include Momentus and Boom Supersonic.

“Y-Combinator only admits 1.5% to 2% of applicants and even less in the aerospace industry,” says Keane. “This investment achievement and our cutting-edge work with Venus Aerospace has paved the way for groundbreaking success.”

“All of us at Velontra see this as a synergistic relationship with Venus where we can combine our unique technologies to develop something the world has never seen before,” said Joel Darin, Velontra’s Chief Technology Officer.

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Product Popularity to Drive UAV Propulsion System Market Outlook 2022-2028 https://progpulsion.com/product-popularity-to-drive-uav-propulsion-system-market-outlook-2022-2028/ Thu, 01 Sep 2022 20:38:56 +0000 https://progpulsion.com/product-popularity-to-drive-uav-propulsion-system-market-outlook-2022-2028/ The research analysis on UAV Propulsion System market offers a thorough assessment of the major growth opportunities, roadblocks, and other channels for expansion that will affect the industry's growth between 2022 and 2028. Additionally, the research report predicts that during the projection period, this marketplace would display a healthy CAGR and produce commendable […]]]>




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Velontra signs a contract with Venus Aerospace to provide a propulsion system enabling flights around the globe in one hour – Parabolic Arc https://progpulsion.com/velontra-signs-a-contract-with-venus-aerospace-to-provide-a-propulsion-system-enabling-flights-around-the-globe-in-one-hour-parabolic-arc/ Wed, 31 Aug 2022 13:28:27 +0000 https://progpulsion.com/velontra-signs-a-contract-with-venus-aerospace-to-provide-a-propulsion-system-enabling-flights-around-the-globe-in-one-hour-parabolic-arc/ Velontra Headquarters in Ohio (Image credit: Velontra) CINCINNATI (Velontra PR) – Cincinnati/Dayton-based Velontra has partnered with Venus Aerospace in Houston, Texas to develop a revolutionary propulsion system. Velontra’s afterburner system will allow Venus’ hypersonic aircraft to take off from any airport in the world where it will travel to any destination on Earth in approximately […]]]>
Velontra Headquarters in Ohio (Image credit: Velontra)

CINCINNATI (Velontra PR) – Cincinnati/Dayton-based Velontra has partnered with Venus Aerospace in Houston, Texas to develop a revolutionary propulsion system. Velontra’s afterburner system will allow Venus’ hypersonic aircraft to take off from any airport in the world where it will travel to any destination on Earth in approximately one hour.

“This is an exciting relationship,” says Velontra CEO Robert Keane III. “Our afterburner complements Venus’ quest to use its rocket engine to travel at the hypersonic speed of Mach 9 (nine times the speed of sound) as it moves along the edge of the atmosphere. earthly.”

Keane also says this contract with Venus Aerospace is validation of the market need for the Velontra propulsion system that can transport passengers quickly and efficiently around the world. Their air-breathing propulsion system is up to six times more fuel efficient than any rocket and uses oxygen from the air, creating thousands of pounds of additional payload capacity. Velontra’s development process is also fast and more cost-effective than most traditional aerospace and defense contractors.

Venus Aerospace’s “Stargazer” is designed as an exceptionally sleek aircraft, proposed to be 100 feet wide by 150 feet long. It is expected to weigh around 150,000 pounds and seat up to 12 passengers. It’s the brainchild of Venus founders and renowned space engineers Sarah “Sassie” Duggleby and her husband, Dr. Andrew Duggleby.

“We are delighted to partner with Velontra; the extra performance they can bring to our hypersonic vehicles is unmatched. Rob and Joel bring incredible experience, and we’re excited to see more technologists and entrepreneurs entering the high-tech business arena. We (the United States) need more shots on goal, and innovation comes through practice. Velontra is a great example of this,” says Dr. Andrew Duggleby, CTO and co-founder of Venus Aerospace.

“While Venus began its quest a little before us, this relationship allows us to develop our flight tests faster than originally planned,” reveals Keane.

The timing couldn’t be more perfect. Velontra has been accepted into the latest cohort of the prestigious Y-Combinator, an American tech and startup accelerator in Silicon Valley. Among its graduates are household names such as Door Dash, Airbnb, Uber and Instacart. Its technology graduates include Momentus and Boomer Supersonic.

“Y-Combinator only admits 1.5% to 2% of applicants and even less in the aerospace industry,” says Keane. “This investment achievement and our cutting-edge work with Venus Aerospace has paved the way for groundbreaking success.”

“All of us at Velontra see this as a synergistic relationship with Venus where we can combine our unique technologies to develop something the world has never seen before,” said Joel Darin, Velontra’s Chief Technology Officer.

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Velontra signs a contract with Venus Aerospace to supply a propulsion system enabling flights around the globe in one hour https://progpulsion.com/velontra-signs-a-contract-with-venus-aerospace-to-supply-a-propulsion-system-enabling-flights-around-the-globe-in-one-hour/ Wed, 31 Aug 2022 12:31:00 +0000 https://progpulsion.com/velontra-signs-a-contract-with-venus-aerospace-to-supply-a-propulsion-system-enabling-flights-around-the-globe-in-one-hour/ CINCINNATI, August 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Cincinnati/Dayton-based Velontra has partnered with Venus Aerospace in Houston, TX, to develop a revolutionary propulsion system. Velontra’s afterburner system will allow Venus’ hypersonic aircraft to take off from any airport in the world where it will travel to any destination on Earth in about an hour. “It’s an exciting […]]]>

CINCINNATI, August 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Cincinnati/Dayton-based Velontra has partnered with Venus Aerospace in Houston, TX, to develop a revolutionary propulsion system. Velontra’s afterburner system will allow Venus’ hypersonic aircraft to take off from any airport in the world where it will travel to any destination on Earth in about an hour.

“It’s an exciting relationship,” says Velontra CEO Robert Keane III. “Our complete afterburner system Venus’ quest to use their rocket engine to travel at the hypersonic speed of Mach 9 (nine times the speed of sound) as it travels along the edge of Earth’s atmosphere.”

Keane also says this contract with Venus Aerospace is validation of the market need for the Velontra propulsion system that can transport passengers quickly and efficiently around the world. Their air-breathing propulsion system is up to six times more fuel efficient than any rocket and uses oxygen from the air, creating thousands of pounds of additional payload capacity. Velontra’s development process is also fast and more cost-effective than most traditional aerospace and defense contractors.

Venus Aerospace’s “Stargazer” is designed as an exceptionally sleek aircraft, proposed to be 100 feet wide by 150 feet long. It is expected to weigh around 150,000 pounds and seat up to 12 passengers. This is the original idea of Venus founders and famous space engineers Sarah “Sassie” Duggleby and her husband, Dr. Andrew Duggleby.

“We are thrilled to partner with Velontra; the additional performance they can bring to our hypersonic vehicles is unparalleled. Rob and Joel bring incredible experience, and we are excited to see more technologists and entrepreneurs entering the arena of cutting-edge technology. We (the US) need more shots on goal, and innovation comes through practice. Velontra is a great example of that,” says Dr. Andrew DugglebyCTO and co-founder of Venus Aerospace.

“While Venus began its quest a little before us, this relationship allows us to develop our flight tests faster than originally planned,” reveals Keane.

The timing couldn’t be more perfect. Velontra has been accepted into the latest cohort of the prestigious Y-Combinator, an American tech and startup accelerator in Silicon Valley. Among its graduates are household names such as Door Dash, Airbnb, Uber and Instacart. Its technology graduates include Momentus and Boomer Supersonic.

“Y-Combinator only admits 1.5% to 2% of applicants and even less in the aerospace industry,” says Keane. “This investment achievement and our cutting-edge work with Venus Aerospace has paved the way for groundbreaking success.”

“All of us at Velontra see this as a synergistic relationship with Venus where we can combine our unique technologies to develop something the world has never seen before,” says Joel DarinVelontra’s chief technology officer.

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UAV Propulsion Systems Market Dynamics, Segments & Trends 2022-2030 – Muleskinner https://progpulsion.com/uav-propulsion-systems-market-dynamics-segments-trends-2022-2030-muleskinner/ Mon, 29 Aug 2022 10:34:33 +0000 https://progpulsion.com/uav-propulsion-systems-market-dynamics-segments-trends-2022-2030-muleskinner/ Main companies covered by the UAV propulsion systems market The searches are Ballard Power Systems Inc., LaunchPoint Technologies Inc., Northwest UAV, ORBITAL CORPORATION, Rotron Power Ltd., Safran SA, Hirth Engines GmbH (UMS SKELDAR AG), Honeywell International Inc., Rolls-Royce plc, BRP-Rotax GmbH & Co KG, MicroMultiCopter Aero Technology Co., Ltd., Sky Power GmbH, UAV Propulsion Tech, […]]]>

Main companies covered by the UAV propulsion systems market The searches are Ballard Power Systems Inc., LaunchPoint Technologies Inc., Northwest UAV, ORBITAL CORPORATION, Rotron Power Ltd., Safran SA, Hirth Engines GmbH (UMS SKELDAR AG), Honeywell International Inc., Rolls-Royce plc, BRP-Rotax GmbH & Co KG, MicroMultiCopter Aero Technology Co., Ltd., Sky Power GmbH, UAV Propulsion Tech, UAV Turbines, Inc., and other key market players.

The global drone propulsion systems market was forecast to grow with a CAGR of over 14.1% between 2022 and 2030.

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The growth of the market is driven by factors such as the technological shift towards integrating AI into UAVs to achieve advanced features such as dynamic target tracking capability and visual surveillance.

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Electric propulsion systems
Thermal propulsion systems
Hybrid propulsion systems

By type of drone
micro drone
mini drone
Tactical UAV
UAV MALE
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South Korea
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South America
Brazil
Argentina
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United Arab Emirates
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A Chinese shipyard orders an ABB propulsion system for Giant https://progpulsion.com/a-chinese-shipyard-orders-an-abb-propulsion-system-for-giant/ Wed, 24 Aug 2022 12:03:38 +0000 https://progpulsion.com/a-chinese-shipyard-orders-an-abb-propulsion-system-for-giant/ Chinese shipyard Yantai CIMC Raffles has ordered an integrated power, automation and propulsion system from ABB for a new jack-up offshore wind installation vessel (JUV) being built for Dutch marine contractor Van Oord. Vessel, Boreas, is due to be delivered to the owner in the second half of 2024, and is said to be one […]]]>

Chinese shipyard Yantai CIMC Raffles has ordered an integrated power, automation and propulsion system from ABB for a new jack-up offshore wind installation vessel (JUV) being built for Dutch marine contractor Van Oord.

Vessel, Boreas, is due to be delivered to the owner in the second half of 2024, and is said to be one of the largest and most technologically advanced hybrid units of the type in service, measuring 175 meters in length.

It will be able to lift over 3,000 tonnes and will feature 126-meter-high legs allowing it to operate at depths of up to 70 meters, with a capacity to install up to 20 megawatts (MW) of offshore wind turbines. .

“Boreas will be equipped with four Azipod propulsion units with a combined propulsion power of 16 megawatts, providing significant space and weight savings as well as an optimal vessel design, allowing the vessel to carry heavier loads. Additionally, ABB’s hybrid-electric propulsion system is fully scalable as it allows for the integration of new power sources once they become available,” ABB said.

Azipod propulsion is a gearless steerable propulsion system where the electric drive motor is housed in a pod outside the ship’s hull. Azipod units can rotate 360 ​​degrees, increasing vessel maneuverability and operational efficiency while reducing fuel consumption by up to 20% compared to conventional shaft line systems.



“ABB is our long-term partner, and I believe we can strengthen the business relationship with ABB by working together for Van Oord Jack-Up Vessel,” said Sun Shiyan, Director, Supply Chain Management Center, Yantai CIMC Raffles Shipyard. “The ease of installation of the Azipod system was another key factor in our decision to use ABB; it involves plugging the ready-made units into the ship’s hull, which saves considerable time and effort in the construction process.

ABB’s package includes a closed-ring configuration for safer, more efficient and more predictable operations.

“Furthermore, with its spinning reserve and peak load shaving capabilities, ABB’s energy storage system will act as a backup power source while reducing motor run hours to minimize wear and fuel consumption,” ABB said.

Remote diagnosis system

Van Oord will also be able to use the ABB Ability Marine remote diagnostics system for continuous monitoring of remote equipment, as well as to optimize machinery and scheduled maintenance activities, which will help reduce maintenance costs. Meanwhile, ABB Ability OCTOPUS – Marine Advisory System will enable performance management, predictive maintenance and voyage optimization.

“We are proud to have been chosen to provide power and propulsion to Boreasbased on our experience in the offshore JUV market and our ability to tailor products and solutions to the needs of the owner, operator and shipyard,” said Braastad Rune, Global Business Line Manager, Marine Systems, ABB Marine & Ports. “This project further confirms that our integrated package comprising power, energy storage, automation, control and digital solutions is the preferred choice for vessels that need to be scalable and environmentally friendly.”

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Chinese Yard orders ABB propulsion system for giant offshore wind installation vessel https://progpulsion.com/chinese-yard-orders-abb-propulsion-system-for-giant-offshore-wind-installation-vessel/ Wed, 24 Aug 2022 10:11:18 +0000 https://progpulsion.com/chinese-yard-orders-abb-propulsion-system-for-giant-offshore-wind-installation-vessel/ Chinese shipyard Yantai CIMC Raffles has ordered an integrated power, automation and propulsion system from ABB for a new jack-up offshore wind installation vessel (JUV) being built for Dutch marine contractor Van Oord. Vessel, Boreas, is due for delivery to the owner in the second half of 2024, and is said to be one of […]]]>

Chinese shipyard Yantai CIMC Raffles has ordered an integrated power, automation and propulsion system from ABB for a new jack-up offshore wind installation vessel (JUV) being built for Dutch marine contractor Van Oord.

Vessel, Boreas, is due for delivery to the owner in the second half of 2024, and is said to be one of the largest and most technologically advanced hybrid units of the type in service, measuring 175 meters in length.

It will be able to lift over 3,000 tonnes and will feature 126-meter-high legs allowing it to operate at depths of up to 70 meters, with a capacity to install up to 20 megawatts (MW) of offshore wind turbines. .

“Boreas will be equipped with four Azipod propulsion units with a combined propulsion power of 16 megawatts, providing significant space and weight savings as well as an optimal vessel design, allowing the vessel to carry heavier loads. Additionally, ABB’s hybrid-electric propulsion system is fully scalable as it allows for the integration of new power sources once they become available,” ABB said.

Azipod propulsion is a gearless steerable propulsion system where the electric drive motor is housed in a pod outside the ship’s hull. Azipod units can rotate 360 ​​degrees, increasing vessel maneuverability and operational efficiency while reducing fuel consumption by up to 20% compared to conventional shaft line systems.



“ABB is our long-term partner, and I believe we can strengthen the business relationship with ABB by working together for Van Oord Jack-Up Vessel,” said Sun Shiyan, Director, Supply Chain Management Center, Yantai CIMC Raffles Shipyard. “The ease of installation of the Azipod system was another key factor in our decision to use ABB; it involves plugging the ready-made units into the ship’s hull, which saves considerable time and effort in the construction process.

ABB’s package includes a closed ring configuration for safer, more efficient and more predictable operations.

“Furthermore, with its spinning reserve and peak load shaving capabilities, ABB’s energy storage system will act as a backup power source while reducing motor run hours to minimize wear and fuel consumption,” ABB said.

Remote diagnosis system

Van Oord will also be able to use the ABB Ability Marine remote diagnostics system for continuous monitoring of remote equipment, as well as to optimize machinery and scheduled maintenance activities, which will help reduce maintenance costs. Meanwhile, ABB Ability OCTOPUS – Marine Advisory System will enable performance management, predictive maintenance and voyage optimization.

“We are proud to have been chosen to provide power and propulsion to Boreasbased on our experience in the offshore JUV market and our ability to tailor products and solutions to the needs of the owner, operator and shipyard,” said Braastad Rune, Global Business Line Manager, Marine Systems, ABB Marine & Ports. “This project further confirms that our integrated package comprising power, energy storage, automation, control and digital solutions is the preferred choice for vessels that need to be scalable and environmentally friendly.”

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