integrated electric propulsion

integrated electric propulsion

[¦in·tə‚grād·əd i¦lek·trik prə′pəl·shən]
(naval architecture)
The use of a single electric system to provide both ship service and propulsion power.
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Bennett thinks that the integrated electric propulsion system is an elegant solution for the requirements of the carriers.
The Queen Elizabeth-Class carriers are the first Royal Navy vessels to have been designed as integrated electric propulsion vessels.
It has tested and certified the first of four MT30 gas turbines, which will form part of an integrated electric propulsion system for the new carriers.
Aircraft Carrier Alliance founding member Thales said that much of the integrated electric propulsion system i would be based on technology adapted from the cruise liner sector.
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