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Crude oil tanker "British Kestrel" Machinery operating manual- Worldwide Marine Technology ltd., UK- [2005, PDF]

Year: 2005
Language: english
Author: Worldwide Marine Technology ltd.
Genre: Documentation
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 336
Description: The purpose of this ‘one-stop’ manual is to assist, inform and guide competent ship’s staff, and trainees in the operation of the systems and equipment on board and to provide additional information that may not be otherwise available. In some cases, the competent ship’s staff and trainees may be initially unfamiliar with this vessel and the information in this manual is intended to accelerate the familiarisation process. It is intended to be used in conjunction with shipyard drawings and manufacturer’s instruction manuals, bulletins, Fleet Regulations, the ship’s Captain’s and Chief Engineer’s Standing Orders and in no way replaces or supersedes these publications, all of which take precedence over this manual.
Information relevant to the operation of the British Kestrel has been carefully collated in relation to the systems of the vessel and is presented in three on board volumes consisting of BRIDGE SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT OPERATING MANUAL, CARGO OPERATING MANUAL and MACHINERY OPERATING MANUAL.
This release contains Machinery operating manual.


List of Contents:
Issue and Updates
Mechanical Symbols and Colour Scheme
Electrical and Instrumentation Symbols
Principal Machinery Particulars
1a Location Plan of Engine Room Double Bottom and Floor Plates
1b Location Plan of Engine Room 4th Deck
1c Location Plan of Engine Room 3rd Deck
1d Location Plan of Engine Room 2nd Deck
1e Location Plan of Engine Room Casing
1f Location Plan of Engine Room Elevation
Part 1: Operational Overview
1.1 To Bring Vessel into Live Condition
1.2 To Prepare Main Plant for Operation
1.3 To Prepare Main Plant for Manoeuvring from ‘In Port’ Condition
1.4 To Change Main Plant from Manoeuvring to Full Away
1.5 To Prepare for UMS Operation
1.6 To Change from UMS to Manned Operation
1.7 To Change Main Plant from Full Away to Manoeuvring Condition
1.8 To Secure Main Plant at Finished With Engines
1.9 To Prepare the Main Plant (COPT) for Discharge Operations
1.10 To Shut Down the Main Plant (COPT) After Discharge Operations
1.11 To Secure Main Plant for Dry Dock
Part 2: Main Engine and Auxiliary Systems
2.1 Main Engine
2.1.1 Main Engine Details
2.1.2 Main Engine Manoeuvring Control
2.1.3 Main Engine Safety System
2.1.4 Digital Governor
2.1.1a Main Engine
2.1.2a Main Engine Manoeuvring Control and Safety
2.1.2b Main Engine Manoeuvring Control - Start System
2.1.2c Main Engine Emergency Control Unit
2.1.2d Engine Control Room Telegraph Unit
2.1.3a Main Engine Safety System
2.1.3b DPS2100 Safety Control Panel
2.1.4a Digital Governor System
2.1.4b Governor Control Panel
2.2 Boilers and Steam Systems
2.2.1 General Description
2.2.2 Boiler Control Systems
2.2.3 Sootblowers
2.2.4 Medium Pressure Steam System
2.2.5 Low Pressure Steam System
2.2.6 Economiser
2.2.1a Auxiliary Boiler
2.2.2a Boiler Local Control Panel
2.2.3a Economiser Sootblower Control Panel
2.2.4a Medium Pressure Steam System
2.2.5a Low Pressure Steam System
2.2.5b 6kg/cm2 Steam System
2.3 Condensate and Feed Systems
2.3.1 Condensate System
2.3.2 Drains Systems
2.3.3 Boiler Feed Water System
2.3.4 Water Sampling and Treatment System
2.3.5 Distilled Water Transfer and Distribution
2.3.1a Condensate System
2.3.2a Drains System
2.3.3a Boiler Feed Water System
2.3.4a Water Sampling and Treatment System
2.3.5a Distilled Water Transfer and Distribution
2.4 Sea Water Systems
2.4.1 Main and Auxiliary Sea Water Systems
2.4.2 Sea Water General Service System
2.4.3 Evaporator
2.4.4 Marine Growth Prevention System
2.4.1a Main Sea Water Service System
2.4.2a Sea Water General Service System
2.4.3a Evaporator
2.4.4a Marine Growth Prevention System Arrangement
2.5 Fresh Water Cooling Systems
2.5.1 Main Engine Jacket Cooling Fresh Water System
2.5.2 Central Fresh Water Cooling Systems
2.5.1a Main Engine Jacket Cooling Water System
2.5.2a Central Fresh Water Cooling System
2.6 Fuel Oil and Diesel Oil Service Systems
2.6.1 Main Engine Fuel Oil Service System
2.6.2 Generator Engine Fuel Oil Service System
2.6.3 Auxiliary Boiler Fuel Oil System
2.6.4 Incinerator Fuel Oil System
2.6.5 Emergency Generator Fuel Oil System
2.6a Viscosity/Temperature Graph
2.6.1a Main Engine Fuel Oil Service System
2.6.2a Generator Engine Fuel Oil Service System
2.6.3a Auxiliary Boiler Fuel Oil Service System
2.6.4a Incinerator Fuel Oil Service System
2.6.5a Emergency Generator Fuel System
2.7 Fuel Oil and Diesel Oil Transfer Systems
2.7.1 Fuel Oil and Diesel Oil Bunkering and Transfer System
2.7.2 Fuel Oil and Diesel Oil Purifying System
2.7.1a Fuel Oil Filling and Transfer System
2.7.1b Fuel Oil Transfer System
2.7.1c Diesel Oil Transfer System
2.7.1d Emergency Generator Diesel Oil Transfer System
2.7.2a Fuel Oil and Diesel Oil Purifying System
2.7.2b Heavy Oil Purifier Control Panel
2.8 Lubricating Oil Systems
2 8.1 Main Engine Lubricating Oil System
2.8.2 Stern Tube Lubricating Oil System
2.8.3 Lubricating Oil Purifying Systems
2.8.4 Lubricating Oil Filling and Transfer System
2.8.1a Main Engine Lubricating Oil System
2.8.2a Stern Tube Lubricating Oil System
2.8.3a Lubricating Oil Purifying System
2.8.3b Lubricating Oil Purifier Control Panel
2.8.4a Lubricating Oil Filling and Transfer System
2.9 Bilge System
2.9.1 Engine Room Bilge System and Bilge Separator
2.9.2 Pump Room Bilge System
2.9.3 Bosun’s Store and Chain Locker Bilge System
2.9.1a Engine Room Bilge System
2.9.2a Pump Room Bilge System
2.9.3a Bosun’s Store and Chain Locker Bilge System
2.10 Air Systems
2.10.1 Starting Air System
2.10.2 General Service Air System
2.10.3 Control Air System
2.10.1a Starting Air System
2.10.2a General Service Air System
2.10.3a Control Air System
2.11 Steering Gear
2.11.1 Steering Gear
2.11.1a Steering Gear Flow Lines
2.11.1b Steering Gear Operation Panel
2.12 Electrical Power Generators
2.12.1 Diesel Generators
2.12.2 Emergency Diesel Generator
2.12.2a Emergency Generator Control Panel
2.13 Electrical Systems
2.13.1 Electrical Equipment
2.13.2 Main Switchboard and Generator Operation
2.13.3 Electrical Distribution
2.13.4 Shore Power
2.13.5 Main Alternators
2.13.6 Emergency Alternator
2.13.7 Forced and Preferential Tripping and Sequential Restarting
2.13.8 Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) and Battery Systems
2.13.9 Cathodic Protection System
2.13.1a Main Electrical Network
2.13.1b Power Management System Screen Display
2.13.2a Generator and Synchronising Panels
2.13.3a Main 440V Distribution
2.13.3b Main 440V Group Starter Distribution
2.13.3c Main 220V Distribution
2.13.3d Emergency Switchboard 440V and 220V
2.13.4a Shore Power
2.13.5a Main Alternators
2.13.6a Emergency Alternator
2.13.7a Preferential Tripping
2.13.7b Sequential Restarting
2.13.9a Impressed Current Cathodic Protection
2.14 Accommodation Systems
2.14.1 Domestic Fresh Water System
2.14.2 Domestic Refrigeration System
2.14.3 Accommodation Air Conditioning Plant
2.14.4 Miscellaneous Air Conditioning Units
2.14.5 Sewage Treatment
2.14.6 Incinerator and Garbage Disposal
2.14.1a Domestic Fresh Water System
2.14.2a Domestic Refrigeration System
2.14.3a Accommodation Air Conditioning Unit
2.14.5a Sewage Treatment System
2.14.5b Sewage Treatment Tank
2.14.6a Incinerator
2.15 Inert Gas System - Main and Top-Up Generator
2.15.1 System Description
2.15.2 Operation of the Main System
2.15.3 Inert Gas Top-Up Generator (TUG)
2.15.1a Inert Gas System - Engine Room
2.15.2a Inert Gas Control Panel - CECR
2.15.3a Top-Up Generator Local Control Panel and
Wheelhouse Inert Gas Indication Panel
2.15.3b Calibration Sample Selection Switch
Part 3: Main Machinery Control
3.1 Main Machinery Control System
3.1.1 Machinery Control and Alarm System Overview
3.1.2 Operator Stations
3.1.3 Screen Displays
3.1.4 Alarms Handling
3.1.5 Trending
3.1.6 Unmanned Service (UMS) to Manned Handover
3.1.1a Block Diagram of the Engine Room Alarm
Monitoring System
3.1.1b Operator Panel/UMS2100 Basic Alarm Panel
3.1.1c Extension Alarm Panel Accommodation
3.1.2a Group Operator Station Main Menu
3.1.3a Group Operator Station Example Screen Display
3.1.5a Trending Display Example
3.2 Engine Control Room and Main Switchboard Room Console and
3.2.1a Engine and Cargo Control Room Layout
3.2.1b Engine Control Console
3.2.1c Arrangement of Main Switchboard Room
Part 4: Emergency Systems
4.1 Engine Room Fire Hydrant System
4.2 Engine Room Hot Foam Fire Extinguishing System
4.3 Engine Room Local Fire Fighting System
4.4 Quick-Closing Valves, Fire Dampers and Emergency Stops
4.5 CO2 System
4.1a Fire Hydrant System - Engine Room
4.2a Engine Room Hot Foam Fire Extinguishing System
4.2b Hot Foam Discharge Control Panel
4.3a Engine Room Local Fire Fighting System
4.3b Local Fire Fighting Detection Control Panel
4.3c Local Fire Detection Repeater Panel
4.4a Quick-Closing Valves and Fire Dampers
4.5a CO2 System
Part 5: Emergency Procedures
5.1 Flooding in the Engine Room
5.2 Emergency Operation of the Main Engine
5.3 Emergency Steering
5.4 Emergency Fire Pump Operation
5.5 Fire in the Engine Room
5.6 Emergency Power Failure
5.2a Emergency Operation of the Main Engine
5.3a Steering Gear Emergency Valve Positions
5.4a Emergency Fire Pump System
Part 6: Communications
6.1 Common Battery Powered Telephone System
6.2 Automatic Telephone System
6.3 Public Address System


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