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Pounder's Marine Diesel Engines.

By: Wilbur, C. T.
Contributor(s): Wight, D. A | Propulsion, Marine.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2013Edition: 6th ed.Description: 1 online resource (606 p.).ISBN: 9781483102580.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Pounder's Marine Diesel EnginesOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover; Pounder's Marine Diesel Engines; Copyright Page; Preface; Acknowledgements; Table of Contents; Chapter 1. Theory and general principles; THEORETICAL HEAT CYCLE; PRACTICAL CYCLES; EFFICIENCY; THERMAL EFFICIENCY; MECHANICAL EFFICIENCY; WORKING CYCLES; HORSEPOWER; TORQUE; MEAN PISTON SPEED; FUEL CONSUMPTION IN 24 HOURS; VIBRATION; BALANCING; NOISE; Chapter 2. Engine selection; DIRECT DRIVE; INDIRECT DRIVE; Chapter 3. Performance; MAXIMUM RATING; EXHAUST TEMPERATURES; DERATING; MEAN EFFECTIVE PRESSURES; PROPELLER SLIP; PROPELLER LAW; FUEL COEFFICIENT; ADMIRALTY CONSTANT
APPARENT PROPELLER SLIPPROPELLER PERFORMANCE; POWER BUILD-UP; TRAILING AND LOCKING OF PROPELLER; ASTERN RUNNING; Chapter 4. Pressure charging; FOUR-STROKE ENGINES; TWO-STROKE ENGINES; CHARGE AIR COOLING; SCAVENGING; MATCHING OF TURBOBLOWERS; BLOWER SURGE; TURBOCHARGER TYPES; CONSTANT PRESSURE METHOD; IMPULSE TURBOCHARGING METHOD; PULSE CONVERTER METHOD; MULTI-PULSE METHOD; RECENT DEVELOPMENTS; Chapter 5. Fuel injection; INJECTION AND COMBUSTION; INJECTOR; FUEL LINE; PUMP; Chapter 6. Sulzer engines; RL TYPE ENGINES; RTA TYPE ENGINES; FUEL PUMPS; SULZER RTA SLOW SPEED ENGINE
Chapter 7. Burmeister and Wain enginesK-GF TYPE ENGINES; L-GF AND L-GB ENGINES; L-GB TYPE ENGINES; L-MC TYPE ENGINES; LATEST K-MC and L-MC TYPE ENGINES; Chapter 8. MAN engines; DESIGN PARTICULARS; ELECTRONIC INJECTION; Chapter 9. Mitsubishi engines; UEC-LA SERIES; Chapter 10. GMT engines; DESIGN OF THE 'B' SERIES ENGINE; Chapter 11. Doxford engines; DOXFORD J-TYPE; THE 58JS3C ENGINE; Chapter 12. Götaverken engines; ENGINE STRUCTURE; Chapter 13. Medium-speed engines; GENERAL; DIESEL-ELECTRIC; Chapter 14. SEMT Pielstick engines; Chapter 15. MAN four-stroke engines; THE 32/36 ENGINE
THE 40/45 ENGINETHE 52/52 ENGINE; Chapter 16. Stork Werkspoor engines; Chapter 17. Sulzer four-stroke engines; Chapter 18. GMT engines; Chapter 19. MaK engines; DESIGN; ENGINES WITH A BORE OF 320 MM; ENGINE WITH A BORE OF 450 MM; ENGINES WITH A BORE OF 580 MM; MaK DIESEL ENGINES M35; Chapter 20. Deutz engines; Chapter 21. Mirrlees Blackstone engines; Chapter 22. The rest of the field; JAPANESE DESIGNS; OTHER JAPANESE TYPES; EUROPEAN DESIGNS; US DESIGNS; Chapter 23. High-speed engines and auxiliaries; PRINCIPLES; AUXILIARIES; HIGH-SPEED ENGINES; OTHER FOUR-STROKE ENGINES; TWO-STROKE ENGINES
JAPANESE DESIGNSUS DESIGNS; HIGHER SPEED ENGINES; Chapter 24. Fuels and fuel chemistry; PROBLEMS WITH HEAVY FUELS; PROPERTIES OF FUEL OIL; Chapter 25. Operation, monitoring and maintenance; OPERATION; MONITORING; OVERHAULING AND MAINTENANCE; Chapter 26. Significant operating problems; TORSIONAL VIBRATION (TV); CRANKCASE EXPLOSIONS; FIRE; FATIGUE; FRETTING; SEIZURES; BOLTS AND BOLTED JOINTS; CRANKSHAFT ALIGNMENT; MAIN ENGINE CRANKSHAFT DEFECTS; CHAINS; BEARINGS; EXCESS OIL CONSUMPTION; LUBRICATING OIL FLOW; DEWPOINT AND CORROSION; COOLING SYSTEMS; MICROBIAL DEGRADATION; EMERGENCY REPAIRS
Chapter 27. Engine installation
Summary: Pounder's Marine Diesel Engines, Sixth Edition focuses on developments in diesel engines. The book first discusses theory and general principles. Theoretical heat cycle, practical cycles, thermal and mechanical efficiency, working cycles, fuel consumption, vibration, and horsepower are considered. The text takes a look at engine selection and performance, including direct and indirect drive, maximum rating, exhaust temperatures, derating, mean effective pressures, fuel coefficient, propeller performance, and power build-up. The book also examines pressure charging. Matching of turboblowers, bl
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Front Cover; Pounder's Marine Diesel Engines; Copyright Page; Preface; Acknowledgements; Table of Contents; Chapter 1. Theory and general principles; THEORETICAL HEAT CYCLE; PRACTICAL CYCLES; EFFICIENCY; THERMAL EFFICIENCY; MECHANICAL EFFICIENCY; WORKING CYCLES; HORSEPOWER; TORQUE; MEAN PISTON SPEED; FUEL CONSUMPTION IN 24 HOURS; VIBRATION; BALANCING; NOISE; Chapter 2. Engine selection; DIRECT DRIVE; INDIRECT DRIVE; Chapter 3. Performance; MAXIMUM RATING; EXHAUST TEMPERATURES; DERATING; MEAN EFFECTIVE PRESSURES; PROPELLER SLIP; PROPELLER LAW; FUEL COEFFICIENT; ADMIRALTY CONSTANT

APPARENT PROPELLER SLIPPROPELLER PERFORMANCE; POWER BUILD-UP; TRAILING AND LOCKING OF PROPELLER; ASTERN RUNNING; Chapter 4. Pressure charging; FOUR-STROKE ENGINES; TWO-STROKE ENGINES; CHARGE AIR COOLING; SCAVENGING; MATCHING OF TURBOBLOWERS; BLOWER SURGE; TURBOCHARGER TYPES; CONSTANT PRESSURE METHOD; IMPULSE TURBOCHARGING METHOD; PULSE CONVERTER METHOD; MULTI-PULSE METHOD; RECENT DEVELOPMENTS; Chapter 5. Fuel injection; INJECTION AND COMBUSTION; INJECTOR; FUEL LINE; PUMP; Chapter 6. Sulzer engines; RL TYPE ENGINES; RTA TYPE ENGINES; FUEL PUMPS; SULZER RTA SLOW SPEED ENGINE

Chapter 7. Burmeister and Wain enginesK-GF TYPE ENGINES; L-GF AND L-GB ENGINES; L-GB TYPE ENGINES; L-MC TYPE ENGINES; LATEST K-MC and L-MC TYPE ENGINES; Chapter 8. MAN engines; DESIGN PARTICULARS; ELECTRONIC INJECTION; Chapter 9. Mitsubishi engines; UEC-LA SERIES; Chapter 10. GMT engines; DESIGN OF THE 'B' SERIES ENGINE; Chapter 11. Doxford engines; DOXFORD J-TYPE; THE 58JS3C ENGINE; Chapter 12. Götaverken engines; ENGINE STRUCTURE; Chapter 13. Medium-speed engines; GENERAL; DIESEL-ELECTRIC; Chapter 14. SEMT Pielstick engines; Chapter 15. MAN four-stroke engines; THE 32/36 ENGINE

THE 40/45 ENGINETHE 52/52 ENGINE; Chapter 16. Stork Werkspoor engines; Chapter 17. Sulzer four-stroke engines; Chapter 18. GMT engines; Chapter 19. MaK engines; DESIGN; ENGINES WITH A BORE OF 320 MM; ENGINE WITH A BORE OF 450 MM; ENGINES WITH A BORE OF 580 MM; MaK DIESEL ENGINES M35; Chapter 20. Deutz engines; Chapter 21. Mirrlees Blackstone engines; Chapter 22. The rest of the field; JAPANESE DESIGNS; OTHER JAPANESE TYPES; EUROPEAN DESIGNS; US DESIGNS; Chapter 23. High-speed engines and auxiliaries; PRINCIPLES; AUXILIARIES; HIGH-SPEED ENGINES; OTHER FOUR-STROKE ENGINES; TWO-STROKE ENGINES

JAPANESE DESIGNSUS DESIGNS; HIGHER SPEED ENGINES; Chapter 24. Fuels and fuel chemistry; PROBLEMS WITH HEAVY FUELS; PROPERTIES OF FUEL OIL; Chapter 25. Operation, monitoring and maintenance; OPERATION; MONITORING; OVERHAULING AND MAINTENANCE; Chapter 26. Significant operating problems; TORSIONAL VIBRATION (TV); CRANKCASE EXPLOSIONS; FIRE; FATIGUE; FRETTING; SEIZURES; BOLTS AND BOLTED JOINTS; CRANKSHAFT ALIGNMENT; MAIN ENGINE CRANKSHAFT DEFECTS; CHAINS; BEARINGS; EXCESS OIL CONSUMPTION; LUBRICATING OIL FLOW; DEWPOINT AND CORROSION; COOLING SYSTEMS; MICROBIAL DEGRADATION; EMERGENCY REPAIRS

Chapter 27. Engine installation

Pounder's Marine Diesel Engines, Sixth Edition focuses on developments in diesel engines. The book first discusses theory and general principles. Theoretical heat cycle, practical cycles, thermal and mechanical efficiency, working cycles, fuel consumption, vibration, and horsepower are considered. The text takes a look at engine selection and performance, including direct and indirect drive, maximum rating, exhaust temperatures, derating, mean effective pressures, fuel coefficient, propeller performance, and power build-up. The book also examines pressure charging. Matching of turboblowers, bl

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