Basic Marine Engineering

Author(s) J. K. Dhar
Publisher Marine Training
Date 2012
Pages 274
Format pdf
Size 9 Mb







Here is an excellent training resource which would be equally effective when used by both students of marine engineering and practicing marine engineers. The author of the volume collected all information that would be necessary for them to possess, reworked it and then presented in a very reader-friendly manner, making the understanding of the content easy.

The contents starts with the general introductory information about the engineering units and power measurement, followed with the chapters on steam turbines and marine boilers. After that, the readers will proceed to the distillation of the water and its production on board ship, and shipboard pumps together with the associated pumping systems. The refrigeration, air conditioning arrangements and ventilation equipment and systems have been discussed in a separate chapter.

Same approach was applied to the ship steering gear, considering its critical importance for the safe navigation. Having this completed, you may continue to the shipboard machinery and hydraulics, electrical installation, deck machinery and pollution prevention equipment, namely oily water separators and sewage treatment plants. As you can easily see, virtually all aspects of marine engineering have been covered in the pages of this nice publication.

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