Written for marine and electrical engineers, this book provides up-to-date information on ships' electrical systems to support the knowledge requirements of . Second Edition ISBN 1 Practical Marine Electrical Knowledge . General Elechical Maintenance. Fault Finding. Page. 1. 1. 3. 4. 9. L0. 1L. Practical marine electrical knowledge / Dennis T. Hall Hall, Dennis T. View online ; Borrow · download 3 editions of this work. Find a specific edition.
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Generator Construction and Cooling. Excitation Methods. Automatic Voltage Regulation.
Generators in Parallel. Emergency Generators. Generator Protection. Generator Maintenance. Main Switchboard. Main Circuit Breakers.
Chapter Four - Motors and Starters. Motor Construction. Enclosures and Ratings. Induction Motor Operation. Control Equipment. Reduced Voltage Starting.
Speed Control. Motor Protection. Single Phase Motors. Chapter Five - Ancillary Electrical Services. Incandescent Lamps. Discharge Lamps. Voltage Effects on Lighting.
Navigation and Signal Lights. Emergency Lighting. Maintenance of Lighting Fittings. Refrigeration and Air Conditioning. Galley and Laundry. Cathodic Protection.
Battery Supplies. Tanker Classification.
Hazardous Zones. Electrical Ignition of Gas.
Apparatus Gas Groups. Temperature Class.
Types of Explosion Protection. Exd Flameproof Enclosure. Exi Intrinsic Safety. Exe Increased Safety. Exn Non-Sparking. Exp Pressurised Apparatus. Exm Encapsulation. Exs Special Protection.
Certification and Identification. Electrical Testing in Hazardous Areas. Maintenance of Ex-protected Apparatus. Chapter Seven - Electrical Survey Requirements. Classification Societies. Main Electrical Survey Items. Generators and Governors. Circuit Breakers.
Switchboards and Fittings. Motors and Starters. Emergency Power and Associated Equipment. Parts of Steering Gear. Navigation Light Indicators. Electric Propulsion Scheme. Power Supply Network.
A wide range of ancillary electrical services for ships lighting, catering, refrigeration, air-conditioning, laundry equipment and cathodic protection are described together with battery support, care and maintenance. The special design and maintenance for electrical equipment used in potentially hazardous areas is reviewed in relation to oil, gas and chemical tankers. Various explosion-protected Ex methods are outlined along with electrical testing in hazardous areas. Specific parts of the electrical network together with its correct operation and safety, including UMS requirements, are examined in relation to the standards to be met for a successful electrical survey by a classification society.
The application and operation of electrical propulsion for ships is explained, together with high voltage practice, safety procedures and testing methods. About the author: Dennis Hall has a long experience with the marine industry.
His initial training in shipbuilding was followed by practical experience in the merchant navy as an electrical officer. This was followed by design and inspection work for large power industrial electrical systems around the world.
Further experience and knowledge was acquired in the Royal Navy where he was introduced to the requirements and effective delivery methods for the training of engineering personnel. At South Tyneside College, as lecturer and manager, his cumulative knowledge has been very usefully applied to the training of merchant navy electrical and engineering candidates from cadet to senior officer level.
As Head of Electrical Power Systems at the college, he has examined many ship types and visited many marine colleges in Europe, USA and Japan in his drive to meet the training and education needs of the marine industry.