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The constant, rapid development of ship’s machinery, combined with the reduction in manning, means that it is vital for operating engineers to supplement their practical experience with regular theoretical updates. For this reason MAN Diesel & Turbo offers a worldwide engineer qualification. Courses are comprised of details on design, operation and maintenance.
The standard training courses on low speed two-stroke products are listed below. If you do not find what you were looking for you are very welcome to contact the PrimeServ Academy Copenhagen or any other academy to arrange a special tailored course.
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Working principles of the combustion engine types
Engine components and their names/terms
Power curve / draw diagram from a cylinder
Basic differences between MC and ME
Tour in the production facilities and test engine
The training is aimed at ship engineers and technical superintendents.
Engine build up
Chain drive inspection
Port inspection procedures
Bearing material, types and working principle
Fuel treatment and injection system
Tools and overhaul procedures
Performance analysis of the engine
Upon completion of this course the participants will be able to determine the optimal engine performance settings based an analysis of engine parameters. They will also understand how to inspect and troubleshoot different engine mechanical components, including inspecting bearing condition. Additionally, safety measures when using hydraulic tools will be emphasized.
The participants should have experience with two-stroke diesel engines or have attended our two-stroke introduction course.
Major topics are implemented as hands on training
Safety measures regarding hydraulic tools
Welcome, safety and personal intro
System Intro, regulations, function and effect
System description(air flow) (incl. safety aspects)
Control system description
Individual component description and function
Performance and consumables in different modes
Maintenance and service experience
The training is aimed at ship engineers, technical superintendents. and electricians.
The participants should have basic knowledge of two-stroke diesel engine and basic electric equipment.
Introduction to the Alpha lubricator
General lube theory
Scavenge port inspection
Drain oil analysis
Cylinder oil feed rate adjustment
Special running conditions
Introduction to Alpha lubricator
Working principle and general lube theory
Drain oil analysis and scavenge port inspection
Special running conditions and maintenance
Running-in and cylinder oil feed rate adjustment
Troubleshooting on Alpha lubricator control unit
Overhaul exercise on pump station and lubricator
Inspection of angle encoder and index transmitter
Alpha lubricator retrofit
This training is aimed at ship engineers, technical superintendents and electricians.
Introduction to the ME engine
ME concept explained
Hydraulic Power Supply (HPS)
Engine control system
PMI and CoCoS EDS systems
Replacement of MPC modules
The participants should have basic electrical troubleshooting knowledge. The participants should also understand basic two-stroke engine operating principles.
General ME engine knowledge
Cabling and signals
Electrica noise awareness
Engine Control System
Introduction to the ME-B
Engine operation and exercises on the simulator
Hydraulic cylinder unit
Hydraulic power supply
Replacement of the MPC
Performance measurement and monitoring system
This training is aimed at ship engineers and technical superintendents.
The participants should have ME engine experience and completed our ME control system standard operation course.
Introduction to the ME-GI engine
Gas safety system
Gas valve train
Running on gas fuel