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Propulsion Stays Firmly Based on Diesel Engines

MAN 15&W Diesel Aktiengesellschaft, Germany Today, about 97 percent of the 90,000 ships of 100 gt and above in the International merchant fleet are propelled by large-bore, highly charged diesel engines. In the past couple of years, the discussion

 

Optimizing Feed Rates For Crosshead Diesels

New program analyzes scrapedown oil as way to detect changes in the condition of an engine's cylinders ExxonMobil introduced a program to optimize cylinder oil feed rates in low-speed (crosshead) diesel engines. The "Feed Rate Optimization" program

Philadelphia Gear Licensed To Manufacture I Hi's Duckpeller

Philadelphia Gear Corporation, King of Prussia, Pa., recently concluded a licensing agreement with Ishikawajima Ship and Chemical Plant Company, Ltd. (ISC), a subsidiary of IHI, Tokyo. This agreement, reversing the normal flow of technology out of the U.

Most Powerful Common- Rail Engine Passes Test

The first 12-cylinder Sulzer RTflex96C low-speed marine engine developed by Wartsila Corporation has successfully completed its official shop test. With a maximum continuous power output of 68,640 kW (93,360 bhp) at 102 rpm, it is reported to be

Wartsila Fits First "Smokeless" Diesel

In a working partnership between Carnival Corp. and the Finnish marine power systems supplier Wartsila Corp., the new 86,000-ton cruise ship Carnival Spirit will be fitted with the cruise industry's first smokeless diesel engines. The Carnival Spirit,

Free Color Brochure On Fincantieri CNI's Diesel Engines Division

The Diesel Engines Division of Fincantieri Cantieri Navali Italiani S.p.A., a member of the IRI Group, and one of Europe's major shipbuilding and diversified organizations, is offering a free full-color brochure on their production facilities at Trieste, Italy.

M A R I N E LUBRICANTS MEETING T H E D E M A N D S OF N EW A N D U P G R A D E D DIESELS

— I m p r o v e d C y l i n d e r A n d C r a n k c a s e O i l s— The trend toward upgrading output and efficiency of marine diesel engines, as well as improving their ability to burn heavy residual fuels with high sulfur content, has placed increasing

Wartsila: A Fountain of Ideas

A new concept for powering large passenger vessels, the combined diesel-electric and diesel-mechanical (CODED) system, is the latest outcome of a broader co-operation between leading lights in the Finnish maritime industries. CODED has been developed

MarAd Awards Research Contract For $343,819 To Detroit Diesel

The Maritime Administration has awarded a cost-shared $343,819 contract to the Detroit Diesel Allison Division of General Motors Corporation in Detroit, aimed at the marine diesel application of a technology based on the on-line, variabletiming,

John Deere Developing Family Of Rotary Engines

—Literature Available This past February John Deere acquired the stratified charge rotary engine business formerly property of Curtiss-Wright Corporation. This purchase includes exclusive North American rights to the Wankel engine, patents, know-how and experimental engines and components.

 
 
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