DIESEL ENGINE MAINTENANCE TRAINING MANUAL
|Author(s)||U.S. Navy Bureau of Naval Personnel|
|Publisher||University of Michigan|
|D O W N L O A D|
The present training manual was developed with the intention of the authors to satisfy the demands of the training entities for the practical title on the subject of maintenance of the shipboard machinery and equipment, which would be used for the guidance of the people involved in the troubleshooting of the equipment both ashore and on board ships. It will be of huge value when utilized to be used together with the other publications covering the engine operations.
The authors have provided detailed explanations of the most commonly used methods applied to prevent or detect the casualties and irregularities taking place when operating the shipboard machinery, as well as the technical routine maintenance and repair. Note that the publication will also be very useful for the training purposes and can form a part of the company technical training program.
The trainees who have successfully familiarized themselves with all information contained in the volume will be able to perform their duties in the engine room in much more efficient manner. The volume opens with the chapter presenting a compact troubleshooting guide an providing all operators of the shipboard engines with the proper procedures that shall be followed when finding the causes of the faulty operation.
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