A hose is a flexible tube used to transfer fluid from one place to another. On ship hoses are used at times for drains, fresh water supply, fire fighting, exhaust outlet, bunkering and cargo operation. Different standards of hose are used for above specified jobs; following one or ore rules and recommendations. A marine hose … Read more Standards For Marine Bunkering Hoses
Fuel pump and injector directly affects the performance of a marine diesel engine. The quality of combustion in an engine depends on the working of a fuel injector; which leading to proper automation and optimum injection timing. Atomization is the process of breaking fuel in very small particles so that it mix well with the … Read more Detailed Working of Marine Fuel Pump And Injector
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
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?