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ABS - 288

GUIDE FOR USE OF SUPERCAPACITORS IN THE MARINE AND OFFSHORE INDUSTRIES

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Organization: ABS
Publication Date: 1 January 2017
Status: active
Page Count: 30
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The supercapacitors covered by this Guide are also referred as Electric Double-Layer Capacitors (EDLC), Electrochemical Capacitors, or Ultracapacitors. For requirements applicable to conventional electrolytic capacitors used for harmonic filtering, please refer to the requirements in 4-8-2/9.23 of the Steel Vessel Rules.

This Guide addresses the requirements related to supercapacitors installed onboard marine and offshore assets classed by ABS that meet the requirements in Subsection 1/3 of this Guide.

Capacitor-type energy storage technology is a field that is continuously evolving with respect to materials and design. Alternative capacitor-type energy storage technologies and arrangements may be considered provided it can be shown, through either satisfactory service experience or a systematic analysis based upon sound engineering principles, to meet the overall safety requirements of this Guide and the ABS Rules.

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January 1, 2017
GUIDE FOR USE OF SUPERCAPACITORS IN THE MARINE AND OFFSHORE INDUSTRIES
The supercapacitors covered by this Guide are also referred as Electric Double-Layer Capacitors (EDLC), Electrochemical Capacitors, or Ultracapacitors. For requirements applicable to conventional...

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