AURELIA

GREEN SHIP CONCEPT DESIGN 

Aurelia Innovative Perspective

AURELIA believes in clean shipping; we work toward having a green maritime environment by providing zero emissions and GHG reduction designs for shipowners.

The Road To Net Zero (The path to net zero emission taken by AURELIA)

Aurelia aims to assist shipowners to go down to zero emission with a strong team of Naval Architects specialized in renewable fuels, battery, wind propulsion and solar panels for auxiliary power on board.

We aim to have a clean future for us and for generations to come by designing and engineering vessels that runs on clean fuels and wind propulsion.

We provide an analysis of alternative fuels, rotors, sails and solar panels made in catalogues for shipowner’s investment overview.

We develop concept design based on our Naval Architecture expertise building in green technologies. 

We give advices for shipwoners to comply with MEPC76, carbon intensity indicator, CII, and energy efficiency existing ship Index EEXI.

We developed a CII polar diagram to advice captains how to reduce their CO2 emissions.

Naval architecture company for a clean shipping

We help shipowners to have green ships in their fleet being experts in:

  • Renewable fuel such as ammonia, hydrogen and methanol for newbuild and existing vessels.
  • HAZID zones for hydrogen and ammonia propulsion
  • Wind propulsion adopting rotors and sails in our designs.

Services

AURELIA is targeting a boutique market where to present its signature designing innovative and environmentally friendly vessels. Its focus is on renewable propulsion ship designs, and on aerodynamic and hydrodynamic for wind propulsion.

    Green Concept Design

     

    • Tender documentation for shipowners and shipyards
    • Conceptual design, feasibility study and precontractual phase
    • Approval in Principle for new prototype designs
    • Technical and operational Renders
    • Analysis of alternative fuels, rotors, sails and solar panels made in catalogues for shipowners investment overview

        Naval Architecture:

         

        • EEDI, EEXI and CII calculations
        • System diagrams for renewable fuels, including HAZID.
        • Analysis on alternative fuels on storage, weight impact, system integration, handling procedure plan and hazardous plan
        • CFD
        • Load Balance calculation for different operational profiles
        • Identification and choice of fuel cells
        • Calculation on Batteries
        • Schematic of the electric propulsion system
        • General Arrangement and Engine Room Plans
        • Single Line Diagram for the power supply
        • Schematics/system diagrams
        • – Ventilation system arrangement for fuel cell, battery, H2 storage/supply rooms
        • – Bilge and Fi-Fi system
        • – Fuel storage and supply P&I Diagram
        • – Cooling system

            Structural Design and Engineering:

             

            • FEM analysis (local and global analysis) i.e. of rotors foundations
            • Design hull construction drawing (bottom structure, decks, longitudinal sections, cross sections)
            • Main hull and superstructure sections (incl. stern and aft)
            • Shell expansion
            • Scantling calculations, deflection calculations, longitudinal strength calculations

                System Diagram and 3D Piping:

                 

                • Renewable alternative fuel system, such as hydrogen systems.
                • Single-Line Electric Diagram.
                • Fuel storage and supply P&I Diagram.
                • Ventilation system, i.e. for fuels cells and batteries rooms.
                • FiFi system.
                • Bilge system, lubrication oil system, sewage and grey water treatment system, cooling system, hot and cold fresh water system, compressed air system.
                • 3D pipe modelling.

                    Awards

                     

                    Participation in the SNAME design competition: In the last 4 years, the UTN BA participated in the “DR. JAMES A. LISNYK STUDENT SHIP DESIGN COMPETITION” organized by the SNAME. In 3 of those 4 years of participation, the UTN BA obtained the first position in the competition. At least one member of this team participated proactively in all of the projects

                    2017: AHTS

                    Anchor Handling Tug Supply

                    2018: FRV

                    Fishery Research Vessel

                    2019: ALV

                    Antartic Logistic Vessel

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                    Boutique engineering design

                    Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away, which is why Aurelia has been created from the ground up with every piece necessary to achieve high quality projects.

                    Aurelia in the world

                    The high tech Aurelia design can support international and local shipyards and shipowners in the tender and investment phase until the achievement of the approval in principle from class.

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