Is funding from the European Commission’s Framework Programme an effective investment? And how could you demonstrate the effectiveness? This paper aims to give an answer to those questions from the perspective of MARIN’s involvement in several consecutive projects in the field of ship resistance and propulsion. Previous projects such as SMOOTH, MoVeIT, STREAMLINE, GRIP and SONIC have laid a solid foundation for MARIN’s involvement in current projects such as MOTOR, LeanShips, HOLISHIP and NOVIMAR. An ongoing research line is recognised through these projects. This paper aims to show how research is brought forward and brought to the market through these EU projects. Suggestions are given into the requirements for future FP projects to continue the development in improving the efficiency of ships and shipping.

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Published on 01/01/2018

Volume 2018, 2018
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1483338
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