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Practical Marine Electrical Knowledge

Practical Marine Electrical Knowledge

Autor: Dennis T. Hall
Editorial: Witherby
Año de edición: 2014 (3ª edición)
9781856096232
Encuadernación: cartoné
186 pág.
21,0 x 29,5 cm.
75,00€

Contenido:

This book's objective is to help marine and electrical engineers acquire the knowledge required by STCW for management and operational level endorsements and to become more familiar with various electrical applications that can be found on board ship.

The systems are explained in terms of their operating principles and safe working practice. The type and significance of various electrical appliances, circuits and faults are considered and a common troubleshooting practice is examined.

A wide range of onboard ancillary electrical services are described, along with detailed information on battery support, care and maintenance.

The application and operating principles of electrical propulsion are examined, as well as high voltage practice, safety procedures and testing methods.

This book will be helpful to management and operational level marine engineers, electrical engineers and electricians, as well as students currently studying marine and electrical engineering.



Índice:

1. SHIPS´ ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS, SAFETY AND MAINTENANCE
1.1. Circuit calculations
1.2. Electrical diagrams
1.3. Electrical safety
1.4. Electric shock
1.5. Insulation resistance
1.6. Circuit testing
1.7. Insulation testing
1.8. Continuity testing
1.9. Multimeters
1.10. Diode tests
1.11. Current clampmeters
1.12. Live-line testers
1.13. General electrical maintenance
1.14. Fault finding

2. ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION
2.1. Power distribution system
2.2. Insulated and earthed neutral systems
2.3. Significance of earth faults
2.4. Distribution circuit breakers
2.5. Transformers
2.6. Instrument transformers
2.7. Shore supply connection
2.8. Circuit protection
2.9. Electric cables

3. GENERATORS AND MAIN CIRCUIT BREAKERS
3.1. AC generator operation
3.2. Generator construction and cooling
3.3. Excitation methods
3.4. Automatic voltage regulation
3.5. Generators in parallel
3.6. Emergency generators
3.7. Generator protection
3.8. Generator maintenance
3.9. Main switchboard
3.10. Main circuit breakers

4. MOTORS AND STARTERS
4.1. Motor construction
4.2. Enclosures and ratings
4.3. Induction motor operation
4.4. Control equipment
4.5. Direct on line (DOL) starting
4.6. Reduced voltage starting
4.7. Speed control
4.8. Motor protection
4.9. Single-phase motors
4.10. Maintenance

5. ANCILLARY ELECTRICAL SERVICES
5.1. Navigation and signal lights
5.2. Emergency lighting
5.3. Refrigeration and air conditioning
5.4 Cathodic protection
5.5. Battery supplies

6. SPECIAL ELECTRICAL PRACTICE FOR OIL, GAS AND CHEMICAL TANKERS
6.1. Hazrdous zones on tankers
6.2. Understanding the fire triangle
6.3. Explosion groups and temperature classes
6.4. Explosion protection
6.5. Exd flameproof enclosure
6.6. Exi intrinsic safety
6.7. Exe increased safety
6.8. Exn non-sparking
6.9. Exp pressurised enclosure
6.10. Exm encapsulation
6.11. Installing and operating electrical systems in hazardous areas
6.12. Additional class rules for tankers
6.13. Electrical testing in hazardous areas
6.14. Maintenance of exd-protected apparatus

7. ELECTRICAL SURVEY REQUIREMENTS
7.1. SOLAS
7.2. Classification Societies
7.3. Main electrical survey items
7.4. Generators and governors
7.5. Circuit breakers
7.6. Switchboards and fittings
7.7. Cables
7.8. Insulation resistance
7.9. Motors and starters
7.10. Emergency power and associated equipment
7.11. Parts of steering gear
7.12. Navigation light indicators
7.13. UMS operation
7.14. Tankers

8. ELECTRIC PROPULSION AND HIGH VOLTAGE PRACTICE
8.1. Electric propulsion scheme
8.2. Power supply network
8.3. Review of motor operation
8.4. Controlled rectification and inversion
8.5. Converter types
8.6. Propulsion system operation
8.7. Harmonics
8.8. Propulsion auxiliaries and protection
8.9. High voltage on ships
8.10. High voltage safety
8.11. High voltage equipment testing

APPENDIX 1. COSWP PERMITS TO WORK

INDEX

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