This section is split into two parts: The first part contains downloads and links to research already carried out. The second part suggests future research to be carried out. If anyone feels that they could help with any aspect of the research, please don’t hesitate to contact me. Part 1 – Past Research Ship Roll Generator PowerPoint Presentation – Download Spreadsheet Modelling - Power & Efficiency Calculations - Download The necessity of a Variable Mechanical Advantage – Link Increasing the angle of roll by minimising damping - Link A Paper on CO2 Extraction from the Air – Download A Paper on Methanol Production from CO2 & H2 - Download Part 2 – Future Research Determine the most effective way of preventing the suspended containers from swinging longitudinally. Three suggested ways: Transverse Girders – Link Suspended on Wires – Link Guide Rails – Link Use real ship data to determine stability and rolling periods for various container combinations Look into the possibility of suspending the containers under the vessel which would allow the vessel’s roll period to synchronise with very short roll periods - Link Ascertain the most effective way of controlling the mechanical advantage of the hydraulic system - Link Research into the possibility of using a salt condensation nuclei centrifuge fresh water generator to produce the water for electrolysis – Download Determine the most effective way of producing the hydraulic pressure. Two suggested ways: Hydraulic Rams - Link Hydraulic Semi-Rotary Pumps - Link Computer modelling will need to be carried out for different sea conditions – Download Using old vessels instead of building new tonnage may save money and result in a smaller carbon footprint during construction of the Ship Roll Generators. Determine savings made financially and environmentally.