The STREAMLINE project is a collaborative R&D project, partly funded by the7th Framework Programme of the European Commission.
The STREAMLINE project includes 21 organisations coordinated by Rolls-Royce Power Engineering and has a budget of 10.9 million euros.
The STREAMLINE project (Strategic research for innovative marine propulsion concepts) will investigate several State-of-the-Art propulsion system and new propulsion combined with advanced CFD for accurate analysis and design of the propulsors.
STREAMLINE will therefore help tomorrow's constantly growing marine industry to become greener and more efficient.
Increasing environmental concerns and soaring oil prices are creating a new focus on fuel efficiency for the marine industry. Combining low emissions with demands for more advanced vessels than ever before...
Future and past project events, significant project and scientific achievements and relevant topics.
LATEST NEWS: STREAMLINE has come to the end of its second period. The Review Meeting was held with the project officer in Rome, April 17th 2013.
The partners in the STREAMLINE FP7 project are all leading university, research organisation or industrial companies in the marine industry with complementary skills in the different technology areas, supported by SMEs ...