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Ice Classed Ships Main Engines


Year: 2013
Language: english
Author: MAN Diesel & Turbo (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Genre: Research papers
Publisher: MAN Diesel & Turbo (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 26
Description: In general, for a normal ship, the installed propulsion power of the main engine needed to obtain the required ship speed in service might also be sufficient for propulsion conditions during wintertime.
However, sometimes, depending on the form and thickness of the ice, and thereby the ice class required, together with the lowest appearing ambient air temperature at winter operation, some increased demands for the main engine have to be met. The extra demands for the main engine are described in this paper.

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