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Document Type

Article Restricted

Publication Date

2012

Journal Title

Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment

Volume Number

17

Issue Number

6

First Page

478

Last Page

486

Abstract

This paper develops a subjective generic methodology for providing ship owners with a transparent evaluation tool for selecting their preferred NOx and SOx control techniques. We quantitatively analyse the merits of the control methods available in marine air pollution control practice using data collected from shipping companies, shipyards and maritime academies. We also prioritize the applicable control techniques with respect to operational shipping environments.

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