CCS GUIDELINES FOR DESIGN AND INSTALLATION OF DUAL FUEL ENGINE SYSTEM
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The official CCS document providing required guidance for the design and subsequent installation of the dual-fuel engine systems. The requirements and information in this paper will apply to the engines using LNG and oil fuel as a fuel. The content of the guidelines is arranged in five chapters, first of which being introductory and providing the definitions, plans and documents, and also application.
The shipboard trial is also addressed within this opening chapter. The second and third chapters deal with the engine room/compartment and gas fuel piping system, respectively, covering general and specific requirements. The fourth chapter is devoted to the dual fuel engines and addresses the arrangement, protection of the crankcase, starting air, air intakes and piston underside area, ventilation and exhaust system.
The closing fifth chapter of the document is dealing with the control, monitoring and safety systems providing general requirements as well as the M&S system functions and gas fuel supply systems. The document is primarily intended to be used by the crew members of the vessels classed by China Register but the content will be equally useful to the engine room team of any vessel equipped with such system and engaged in the operation and maintenance of subject machinery.
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