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Diesel Generator Auxiliary Systems and Instruments By Mohammad Abdulqader
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This book is written for all people working in diesel generators business and specially for design and technical sales engineers who are welling to increase their knowledge in this subject. The book... More > has nine chapters and covers all diesel generator auxiliary systems and instruments. It provides useful information, and is considered to be a good introductory book on diesel generator design. The book covers the diesel engine ratings and categorization, engine components, speed governing, electronic engine controls, fuel system, cooling system, coolant specs, lube oil system, oil specs, exhaust system, exhaust muffler and pipe sizing, electric starting system, battery and battery charger sizing, genset sensing instruments (switches, senders, RTD's, TC's, MPU's), genset indicating instruments. The book includes some tutorial questions at the end of each chapter.< Less
An Introduction to Air Quality and Auxiliary Equipment for Boiler Plants By J. Paul Guyer, Editor
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This publication provides an introduction to air quality issues and auxiliary equipment for steam boiler plants.
An Introduction to Condensers and Auxiliary Equipment for Steam Power Plants By J. Paul Guyer, P.E., R.A. - Editor
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This publication provides an introduction to condensers and auxiliary equipment for steam power plants.
Types of Cutting Motion in Machine Tools By Homework Help Classof1
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A machine tool is a machine for making components of a given shape, size and accuracy as per the requirements by removing material from the workpiece by using a cutting tool to operate upon the... More > workpiece. Machine tools are capable of producing themselves therefore the machine tools are quite often referred to as mother machine. In the manufacturing processes, machine tools are the most versatile and almost any product can be produced with them.< Less
Navy Gas Turbine Systems: Technician (Electrical) 3 & Technician (Mechanical) 3 - Volume 2 - (NAVEDTRA 14113) (Nonresident Training Course) By Naval Education & Training Center
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COURSE OVERVIEW: This course is designed to assist enlisted personnel in the advancement to GSE Third Class Petty Officer/GSM Third Class Petty Officer. In completing this course you will demonstrate... More > a knowledge of course materials by correctly answering questions on the following topics: gas turbine fundamentals, the LM2500 gas turbine engine, ship’s service gas turbine generator sets, engineering auxiliary and support systems, PACC and PLCC for DD- and CG-class ships, PCC and LOP for FFG-class ships, machinery control system for DDG-class ships, electrical plant operation, and auxiliary equipment and consoles.< Less
Navy Fireman - NAVEDTRA 14104 - (Nonresident Training Course) By Naval Education & Training Center
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COURSE OVERVIEW: By successfully completing this nonresident training course, you will demonstrate mastery of the following subject areas: engineering administration, and engineering fundamentals,... More > the basic steam cycle, boilers, steam turbines, gas turbines, internal-combustion engines, ship propulsion, auxiliary machinery and equipment, instruments, shipboard electrical equipment, and environmental controls.< Less
Navy Engineman 1 & C (NAVEDTRA 14075) (Nonresident Training Course) By Naval Education & Training Center
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COURSE OVERVIEW: In completing this nonresident training course, you will demonstrate a knowledge of the subject matter by correctly answering questions on the following: maintenance of engines,... More > reduction gears, air-conditioning equipment, and additional auxiliary machinery; the performance and efficiency of an engine; engineering casualty control; engineering records and reports; and ship inspections and trials.< Less
Navy Gas Turbine Systems: Technician (Electrical) 3 & Technician (Mechanical) 3 - Volume 1 - (NAVEDTRA 14113) (Nonresident Training Course) By Naval Education & Training Center
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This course is designed to assist enlisted personnel in the advancement to GSE Third Class Petty Officer/GSM Third Class Petty Officer. In completing this course you will demonstrate a knowledge of... More > course materials by correctly answering questions on the following topics: the requirements for advancement to GSE3 and GSM3; programs and record keeping procedures needed for the safe operation of the main propulsion systems and the auxiliary equipment aboard ship; proper use of various tools, test equipment, and indicating instruments used aboard gas turbine ships; basic concepts of electrical theory, mechanical theory, and scientific principles applicable to gas turbine engines; the operation and components of auxiliary equipment, including valves and piping system components, main reduction gears and controllable pitch propeller systems, fuel and lube oil systems, associated pumps, and waste heat boiler systems; and basic troubleshooting methods, minor repairs, and test on motors, controllers, and switchboards.< Less
Turboshaft, Turboprop & Propfan By Elodie ROUX
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This book is a collection of the characteristics of about 1500 turboshaft, Turboprop and Propfan engines. These engines are implanted on aircraft, helicopters, or are used as APU (Auxiliary Power... More > Unit). In order to facilitate the use of this book, engine characteristics are shown in the same synthetic way: Take-off Power, specific fuel consumption, engine weight, dimensions, overall pressure ratio, turbine entry temperature, airflow ... These data have been collected from engine certification sheets as a priority, or reference books, web sites (The bibliography references are provided for each engine and they have been compared in order to select the most reliable data). The data are listed under the engine names. An index also allows to find an engine from its manufacturer. Moreover, in an aircraft design study it could be useful to find an engine of a given power, so a summary table lists the engine specifications under the take-off power.< Less
ACCIDENTS WOULD HAPPEN especially to the Meteor By Geoffrey Higges
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The author has related his own experiences of flying the Gloster Meteor from 1951 to 1957 to the official accident record of the Meteor over this period. For example during this time over 50 Meteor... More > pilots were killed “diving inexplicably into the ground”, while in 1952 a Meteor was written off every 2 days on average, and a Meteor pilot killed every 4 days. ALSO from 1945 to 1957: • 400 pilots were killed in 800 write-offs. • 200 write-offs occurred during approach and landing. • 80 pilots were killed by diving into the ground for no apparent reason. • Running out of fuel resulted in the write-offs of 56 Meteors. • Over 80 write-offs and 50 deaths occurred from collisions with other aircraft. • 38 Meteors were written off & 33 pilots killed during single engine flying practice, • Of the 100 pilots who attempted to bale out of a Meteor, 30 were killed.< Less