Ships require different grades of oil for their day to day operation. The delivery of oil supplies to the ship in the form of fuel and lube oil is refereed to as bunkering. And the process of transferring oil supplies to the ship is termed as bunkering operation. Conventionally bunkering is done in ports but … Read more Bunkering Operation: Precaution, Procedures & Checklist
Among all machinery Oily Water Separator ( OWS ) is given a unique status because of it function and penalties that may imposed because of its irregularities to the ship owner/manager and criminal punishment to seafarer under whose duty Oily water separator comes. As Oily Water Separator is the result of MARPOL 73/78, Annex 1-Regulations … Read more Oily Water Separator Construction Working & Dismantling
Proper ignition and combustion of fuel is the key to efficient marine engine. With use of residual fuel for ignition other less important factors become critical; such as the delay period between the fuel injection and ignition. With most of the commercial ships running on residual fuel its obvious to ask; How the use of … Read more Effects Of Poor Residual Fuel On Marine Diesel Engine?
Turbine accounts for almost all of the power generation, all turbocharged engines, pumps and aircraft engines. But have you think what turbine is; or what are the difference between an Impulse and a Reaction Turbine? Today we will learn about what turbines is; its working, parts, application and types ( Impulse and Reaction ) with … Read more Difference Between Impulse And Reaction Turbine