26.09.2021

AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT & SYSTEMS FOR MARINE ENGINE DRIVERS

Auxiliary Equipment & Systems for Marine Engine Drivers

Author(s) Ranger Hope
Publisher Splash Maritime
Date 2008
Pages 233
Format pdf
Size 10 Mb
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It goes without saying that the well maintained ship will have all of the onboard equipment and systems in order and sufficient for all the voyages that the subject vessel is planning to undertake. The engineering items of today are indeed reliable and in most cases they have the failsafe devices incorporated into their construction. In addition to that, there can be some non-serviceable components that shall be paid particular attention at all times.

The experienced and professional engineers are expected to duly meet all of the technical requirements imposed by the manufacturers of the particular shipboard equipment, while the national regulations may require the equipment to be installed by the authorized technicians – this particularly relates to the electrical systems, LPG handling, HVAC and refrigerating systems etc. the engineers are therefore required to possess a good understanding of the mathematics and science, not limited to the essential calculations.

They should be able to assess how the materials cab be changed under the influence of the external heat and pressure, and to know the effect of the forces acting upon the structures. The present book will be of great practical interest to the marine engineers and any other people engaged in the maintenance and servicing of the ship auxiliary equipment, and also a perfect one for the training purposes.

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