There is a lot of talk about electric propulsion
and a whole lot of talk about fosil proplusion and i am wondering if anyone has determined a workable formulation to determine:-
1. What torque is required to move your Cat on a windless day say flat
seas and say cruising at 5 knots?
2 What torque is required to move your Cat in vicious seas say at the
same speed of 5 knots?
Sailing in my opinion goes about being prepared and hopefully in control of situations done conomically yet effectively. Should one not use these perameters when planing propulsion
propulsion seems to have ecellent solutions for many circumstances but has any EP Cat been exposed to real vicious seas and did they have enough omph to try to steer their boat? Diesel
has a history
of bad smells and what not, but it has proved itself over and over for dependability and effectiveness perhaps not ecomic but so what, when you need it its there!
The Austrians has a combo on offer EP and Diesel
propulsion which does make a whole lot of sense based on what we know and what we have experienced.
I have a drawing layout of this combo if anyone wants to have a closer look just mail me at email@example.com
and i will send a copy.