Marine Engineering

release co2 in case of fire

How to release CO2 in case of fire on the ship?

Inert gas or CO2 is a non-reactive gas under particular conditions used on gas carriers and in terminals to prevent ...
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working of tubelight

What is a Tubelight and how it works ?

Since childhood, you have seen tubelight or fluorescent lamps everywhere around you but have you ever wondered how tubelight works? ...
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Brushless Alternator Routine Maintenance

Brushless Alternator routine maintenance are carried out by electrical officer on board weekly .Brushless alternators are required to be maintained ...
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Lubrication in engines

Lubrication of Marine Slow Speed Crosshead Engines

This involves three distinctive areas Crankcase lubrication – SAE 40 (Low BN) Cylinder lubrication – SAE 50 (High BN) Lubrication ...
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Engine Air starting system

Engine Air Starting System and its Safeties and Methods

How Air Starting System Works Assume Engine stops and air from receiver opens. Air passes to an automatic valve which ...
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main engine cooling

How Marine Engine distant parts Cooling is done

The cooling of marine diesel engine covers for distant areas are - Jacket and cylinder head cooling Piston cooling Charge ...
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uptake fire types

What is Uptake fire: Reason and its different Types

Uptakes are passages through the engine room funnel which allows exhaust gases from - Main engine Boiler Auxiliary engine Incinerator ...
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Pulse type turbocharign

Pulse-type Turbocharging system and its Advantages and Disadvantages

In Pulse-type Turbocharging system, it makes full use of the high pressure and temperature of the exhaust gas during the ...
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constant pressure turbocharging

What is Turbocharging of Engine and its different types

Turbocharging is a concept in which the engine uses its own exhaust gas to generate compressed scavenge air for the ...
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