Jan 7, 2017
Before we can attempt to solve the Problem or Cabon Contributions we must first identify the Problem, the problem is Shipping Fuel, if you can solve that first then 70% of the problem is Solved.
This Forum needs to be renamed to Discussion: Shipping Pollution
there are 100, 000+ container ships on the worlds Oceans but nobody sees them.
We should Stop talking about Carbon Contributions and only talk about World Frieght Shipping Polution.
Ocean Pollution: a Cruise Ship Pollute as Much as 13 Million Cars—in One Day
Bunker fuel is a type of liquid fuel which is fractionally distilled from crude oil. Also known as fuel oil, this material can be broken down into different categories based on its chemical composition, intended purpose, and boiling temperature. In comparison with other petroleum products, bunker fuel is extremely crude and highly polluting.
Jan 18, 2017
Thank you Cameron. I'm glad you noticed. I have been working in this area for a while now. My entry reflects a workable solution for this situation. If you haven't already check out http://solvecolab.mit.edu/challenges/2016/fuel-carbon-contributions/c/solution/1328940 which is my entry. Anything you can do to support this breakthrough is greatly appreciated. Dave Horrigan (Admiral Fluidics)
Mar 16, 2017
Great attempt solving by cameron.barnett causing different types of oil within the crude to separate as they have different boiling points. I agree your concepts and thanks for publicly share.