PRINCIPLES & PRACTICE OF MARINE DIESEL ENGINES
|Author(s)||D. K. Sanyal|
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Here is one of the most popular marine engineering textbooks that has gained as really great popularity during the past decades. The content of the volume reflects the huge practical experience of its author in the field of marine engineering and particularly marine diesel engines. There was a real need to provide students with a good and comprehensive publication which they could use when preparing for their examinations.
Note that the material is presented in a very easy-to-understand manner making the book ideal for the students and it will also be useful to the practicing marine engineers willing to refresh their professional knowledge. The main content if arranged in fifteen chapters starting with the one with the basic theoretical knowledge. The next three chapters address fuel and combustion process, air system and exhaust system, and fuel injection equipment.
The analysis of the stresses experienced by the engine is there in the fifth chapter, following by the information on the engine lubrication, components of the marine diesel engines, starting/reversing, engine governors and maintenance of the engines. The remaining part of the publication tells readers about the automation, various hazards associated with the marine diesel engine operation, and different engine types...
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