27 October 15

On the Mos Way Network – Module #5 – Propulsion and power generation training of LNG driven vessel

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lng modulo 5Overview LNG fueled / powered vessels are the youngest generation of ships and evolving as the research and development is moving ahead in the field of use of LNG as fuel in marine engines and boilers. This module aims trainees at the introduction level to the particular operational and engineering theories and practical challenges concerning the design and operation (including maintenance) of the energy production for power / propulsion and   auxiliary systems installed onboard ships using LNG as sole or dual fuel. This module aims trainees at the introduction to the particular challenges concerning the design and operation (including maintenance) of the energy production and auxiliary systems installed onboard LNG fuelled and carrying ships.

Objective The objective of module five is to give learners the basic knowledge and understanding of Marine propulsion and power generation and distribution systems used at sea. The objective also includes understanding the engineering systems used on different plant systems and technologies used on board. 

Contents This module is covering the engineering aspects of LNG transportation and management at sea particularly propulsion and power generation plant, use of LNG as fuel management of Boil off Gases, handling of gases gasification, vaporization and re-liquefaction. The course will also cover the environmental aspect of consumption of various fuels.  After attending this course learner should be able to:

  1. Understand the basic theory of two stroke and four stroke marine engines.
  2. Understand the combustion system of various fuels
  3. Understand the role of Marine / Cargo Engineer onboard gas and MDO fueled ship and LNG carrying ship.
  4. Demonstrate the ability to understand the Marine boiler system using gas and turbine system for propulsion and power generation
  5. Understand the basic principles of compressors
  6. Demonstrate the ability to understand power management
  7. Understand the Management of Boil off gases including re-liquefaction and combustion for power generation
  8. Understand environmental benefits of LNG as marine fuel
  9. Understand basic principles of  various machinery used in engine and deck compressor room
  10. Understand the functional, operational and safety  requirements for a marine high voltage system

General Information:

Duration: 35Hours –

Fee: No charge –

Distance learning teaching available –

Timing: 23-27 November –

Contact: Environmental Protection Engineering SA – i.bakas@helengi.com; efilippi@oceanfinance.gr

This module, as the others of the project that are not delivered in your country, can be attended through a videoconference tool as system of distance learning. If you live/if you study in one of the countries of the partners, please contact the Partner of your country to attend one of the modules or more. If you don’t live/if you don’t study in one of the countries of the partners please contact the partner closer to you to attend one or more modules.

PARTNER CONTACTS

Environmental Protection Engineering SA – elenpoly@epe.gr

City of Glasgow College – Prof. Stuart McDowall (Stuart.McDowall@cityofglasgowcollege.ac.uk)

IMO’s World Maritime University – Prof. Aykut Olcer (aio@wmu.se), Dr. Fabio Ballini (fb@wmu.se)

University of Strathclyde (evangelos.boulougouris@strath.ac.uk – leonidas.chrysinas.2013@uni.strath.ac.uk)

 

Download the course sheet

Below the presentations of the lectures

LNG as fuel

Principles of Marine Main Engines running on LNG

POSEIDON MED Activity 5 – Risk Assessment

Poseidon Med LNG Bunkering from Barrier to Solution

Gas as a Fuel

Marine Solutions in LNG Shipping

Engine Technologies

Engineering and Technical Challenges in LNG Conversions

the Dual Fuel Technology

MAN Diesel & Turbo Hellas Ltd

Emission Rules NOx, SOx & CO2

MDT Alpha Aft ship & Propeller

Turbocharger Solutions for System Optimization

2-strokeTechnical & Market Seminar

The MEGI engine

Marine Engine/ Ship Propulsion System Simulation

Machinery Concepts Running on LNG for Meeting Environment Protection Rules

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