Download MAN L-V40-54 medium speed engine installation papers PDF

TitleMAN L-V40-54 medium speed engine installation papers
TagsInternal Combustion Engine Turbocharger Diesel Engine Air Conditioning Exhaust Gas
File Size5.8 MB
Total Pages372
Table of Contents
                            1 Basic information
	1.1 Marine plants by MAN Diesel
		1.1.1 Four stroke Diesel engine programme for marine applications
		1.1.2 Typical marine plants and engine arrangements
2 Diesel engine and operation
	2.1 Engine characteristic data
		2.1.1 Engine design
			2.1.1.1 Engine cross section
			2.1.1.2 Engine designations - Design parameters
		2.1.2 Dimensions, weights and views
		2.1.3 Outputs, speeds
			2.1.3.1 Engine ratings
			2.1.3.2 Speeds/Main data
		2.1.4 Fuel oil consumption; lube oil consumption
			2.1.4.1 Fuel oil consumption
			2.1.4.2 Lube oil consumption
		2.1.5 Planning data
			2.1.5.1 Nominal values for cooler specification - L 40/54
			2.1.5.2 Temperature basis, nominal air and exhaust gas data - L 40/54
			2.1.5.3 Load specific values at tropical conditions - engine L 40/54
			2.1.5.4 Load specific values at ISO-conditions - engine 40/54
			2.1.5.5 Filling volumes and flow resistances
			2.1.5.6 Permissible operating pressure
		2.1.6 Emissions
			2.1.6.1 Composition of exhaust gas of medium speed four-stroke Diesel engines
			2.1.6.2 Exhaust gas emission
			2.1.6.3 Engine noise /exhaust gas noise
		2.1.7 Requirement for power drive connection (static)
		2.1.8 Requirements for power drive connection (dynamic)
			2.1.8.1 Moments of inertia, flywheels
			2.1.8.2 Balancing of masses
			2.1.8.3 Static torque fluctuation
		2.1.9 Power transmission
			2.1.9.1 Flywheel arrangement
		2.1.10 Arrangement of attached pumps
		2.1.11 Foundation
			2.1.11.1 General requirements for engine foundation
			2.1.11.2
			2.1.11.3 Rigid seating
			2.1.11.4 Chocking with synthetic resin
			2.1.11.5 Resilient seating
			2.1.11.6 Recommended configuration of foundation
			2.1.11.7 Installation of flexible pipe connections for resiliently mounted engines
	2.2 Diesel engines - general rules
		2.2.1 General data
			2.2.1.1 Available outputs
			2.2.1.2 De-rating for marine engines
			2.2.1.3 Load reduction
		2.2.2 Part-load operation
			2.2.2.1 Programme for works test of four-stroke marine engines
			2.2.2.2 Speed control
			2.2.2.3 Condensate amount
			2.2.2.4 Earthing measures on Diesel engines and bearing insulation on generators
			2.2.2.5 Torsional vibrations
		2.2.3 Propeller operation
			2.2.3.1 Controllable-pitch propeller; operating range
			2.2.3.2 General requirements for propeller pitch control
			2.2.3.3 Fixed-pitch propeller
			2.2.3.4 Engine running-in
			2.2.3.5 Acceleration times
		2.2.4 Diesel electric operation
			2.2.4.1 Load application for shipboard- and isolated electrical systems
			2.2.4.2 Available outputs dependent on frequency deviations
			2.2.4.3 Engine running-in
			2.2.4.4 Starting conditions for Diesel-electric marine plants
			2.2.4.5 Diesel-electric operation of vessels - failure of one engine
			2.2.4.6 Generator - reverse power protection
	2.3 Engine automation
		2.3.1 System overview
		2.3.2 Supply and distribution
			2.3.2.1 Power supply
			2.3.2.2 Distribution, auxiliary drives
		2.3.3 SaCoS
			2.3.3.1 Safety system
			2.3.3.2 Alarm pre-processing
			2.3.3.3 Engine control
			2.3.3.4 Electronic speed control
			2.3.3.5 Operation
		2.3.4 Temperature control
		2.3.5 Interfaces
		2.3.6 Technical data
			2.3.6.1 Design, environmental conditions
			2.3.6.2 Installation locations
		2.3.7 Installation requirements
		2.3.8 Standard list of engine-located measuring and control devices
		2.3.9 OVERRIDE function
3 Quality requirements of operating supplies
	3.1 Quality requirements for lube oil (Otto-gas and dual-fuel operation)
	3.2 Quality of lube oil (SAE40) for operation on gas oil and Diesel oil (MGO/MDO) and Biofuel
	3.3 Quality of lube oil (SAE40) for heavy fuel oil operation (HFO)
	3.4 Quality of engine cooling water
	3.5 Checking cooling water
	3.6 Cleaning cooling water system
	3.7 Quality of Marine Diesel Fuel (MDO)
	3.8 Quality of gas oil/Diesel fuel (MGO)
	3.9 Quality of Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO)
	3.10 Quality of intake air (combustion air)
	3.11 Viscosity-Temperature (VT) diagram of fuel oil
	3.12 Quality of water used in exhaust gas boiler plants
4 Diesel electric set
	4.1 Arrangement of Diesel-electric propulsion plants
5 Propulsion train
	5.1 Propulsion packages
		5.1.1 General
		5.1.2 Dimensions
		5.1.3 Propeller layout data
		5.1.4 Propeller clearance
6 Engine related service systems
	6.1 Basic principles for pipe selection
		6.1.1 Pipe dimensioning
	6.2 Lube oil system
		6.2.1 Lube oil system description
		6.2.2 Prelubrication / postlubrication
		6.2.3 Lube oil outlets - general
			6.2.3.1 Lube oil outlets - engine 40/54
		6.2.4 Lube oil service tank
		6.2.5 Pressure control valve
		6.2.6 Crankcase vent and tank vent
	6.3 Water systems
		6.3.1 Cooling water system
			6.3.1.1 LT- cooling water system
			6.3.1.2 HT Cooling water circuit
			6.3.1.3 Cooling water collecting and supply system
			6.3.1.4 Miscellaneous items
		6.3.2 Cooling water diagrams
		6.3.3 Nozzle cooling system
		6.3.4 Nozzle cooling water module
		6.3.5 Cleaning systems
			6.3.5.1 Cleaning charge air cooler air side; 40/54, 48/60B, 48/60CR, 58/64
			6.3.5.2 Option Ultrasonic cleaning
			6.3.5.3 Turbine washing device, HFO-operation
	6.4 Fuel oil system
		6.4.1 Marine Diesel Oil (MDO) treatment system
		6.4.2 MDO supply system for Diesel engines
		6.4.3 Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO) treatment system
		6.4.4 Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO) supply system
		6.4.5 Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO) supply system - twin engine plant
	6.5 Compressed air system
		6.5.1 Starting air system
		6.5.2 Starting air vessels, compressors
			6.5.2.1 Propulsion plant with 1 main engine
			6.5.2.2 Multiple engine plants
		6.5.3 Jet Assist
	6.6 Combustion air
	6.7 Exhaust gas system
		6.7.1 General information
		6.7.2 Components and assemblies
7 Auxiliary modules and system components
	7.1 Auxiliary modules
		7.1.1 Nozzle cooling water module
		7.1.2 Preheating module
	7.2 System components
		7.2.1 Lube oil automatic filter
		7.2.2 Lube oil double filter
8 Plant service systems
	8.1 Engine room ventilation
9 Engine room planning
	9.1 Installation and arrangement
		9.1.1 General details
		9.1.2 Installation drawings
		9.1.3 Removal dimensions of piston and cylinder liner
		9.1.4 Comparison of engine arrangements
		9.1.5 Lifting appliance
		9.1.6 Major spare parts
		9.1.7 Example: propulsion system arrangement
	9.2 Exhaust gas ducting
		9.2.1 Example: ducting arrangement
		9.2.2 Position of the outlet casing of the turbocharger
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