Maritime vessels have long service life and great costs of building, manning, operating, maintaining and repairing. Making a consistent lifecycle model among the different vessel typologies, repeatable with the same level of detail and comparable for the implementation of decision-making strategies, remains an open question. This paper aims to define a suitable lifecycle model in the context of maritime vessels to cope with the current limitations of ad-hoc and fragmented methods. The model considers the main aspects involved in the vessel lifecycle such as building materials, manufacturing and assembly, maintenance/service, operational activities, use, etc. The model provides a common structure for the lifecycle assessment (LCA) and lifecycle cost analysis (LCCA) including the way to retrieve and to collect the data necessary for the analysis starting from the available project documentation and the design models. The method is flexible and it is able to cover a large variety of maritime vessel typologies. As example, a luxury yacht has been analysed using the developed method, demonstrating the applicability of the proposed model in one of the most critical vessel typology.
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Titolo:||A life cycle model to assess costs and environmental impacts of different maritime vessel typologies|
|Autore/i:||Favi, Claudio; Raffaeli, Roberto; Germani, Michele; Gregori, Fabio; Manieri, Steve; Vita, Alessio|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI):||10.1115/DETC2017-68052|
|Citazione:||A life cycle model to assess costs and environmental impacts of different maritime vessel typologies / Favi, Claudio; Raffaeli, Roberto; Germani, Michele; Gregori, Fabio; Manieri, Steve; Vita, Alessio. - 4(2017).|
|Tipologia||Relazione in Atti di Convegno|
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