Irma Yeginbayeva

Post doc at Chalmers, Mechanics and Maritime Sciences, Maritime Studies, Maritime Environmental Sciences

Irmas role is to establish reliable methods for evaluation of frictional resistance of hull coatings as well as different stages of fouling through experimental works. Antifouling coatings are primarily used to deter the fouling on ship hulls. In general, the assumption regarding the hull roughness, which is mostly represented by coating types and conditions, materially influences the power required to drive the ship and it’s fuel consumption and hence the operational cost, GHG emissions. Therefore, continual development of coatings and different coating application practices require continuous updated estimates of roughness and skin friction data. Before joining Chalmers University, Irma pursued her PhD at Newcastle University (U.K.). The PhD work focused on building a systematic data on roughness and hydrodynamic drag for commercial marine coatings with "in-service" surface conditions by using experimental methods. During her studies, she also worked on ongoing EU project "Seafront".

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Showing 7 publications

2019

A multi-aspect study of commercial coatings under the effect of surface roughness and fouling

Irma Yeginbayeva, Lena Granhag, Valery Chernoray
Progress in Organic Coatings. Vol. 135, p. 352-367
Journal article
2018

An experimental Investigation into the surface and hydrodynamic characteristics of marine coatings with mimicked hull roughness ranges

Irma Yeginbayeva, Mehmet Atlar
Biofouling. Vol. 34 (9), p. 1001-1019
Journal article
2018

Experimental Quantification of Drag Change of Commercial Coatings Under the Effect of Surface Roughness and Soft Fouling

Irma Yeginbayeva, Valery Chernoray, Lena Granhag
3rd HullPIC ’ 18
Paper in proceedings
2018

Review and Historical Overview of Experimental Facilities Used in Hull Coating Hydrodynamic Tests

Irma Yeginbayeva, Lena Granhag, Valery Chernoray
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers Part M: Journal of Engineering for the Maritime Environment
Journal article
2017

Biofouling control solutions that can improve energy consumption in vessels

Irma Yeginbayeva, Lena Granhag, Valery Chernoray
Conference poster
2017

Biofouling Control Solutions for Reduced Energy Consumption in Vessels

Irma Yeginbayeva, Lena Granhag, Valery Chernoray et al
Conference poster

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2017–2019

Biofouling solutions that can improve energy consumption of vessels

Irma Yeginbayeva Maritime Environmental Sciences
Lena Granhag Maritime Environmental Sciences
Valery Chernoray Fluid Dynamics
Chalmers

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