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Why Choose this Training Course?
This PetroKnowledge training course is designed to introduce and enhance the knowledge and basic principles and concepts of marine engineering for those new to the vessel, offshore and shipping industry or those requiring a greater level of understanding. This training course will benefit basic level; project managers, soft skilled employees and back office management wishing to have a greater understanding of marine engineering principles, concepts, procurement, marine engineers and marine response teams with techniques, procedures and resources to manage and understand the aspects of marine mechanics in a maritime environment.
The operation, maintenance and repair of these engines and components depends on many factors – including wear down, poor repairs and diagnostic faults, poor maintenance, fuels and lubrication. Results of analysis of casualties and accidents show that in one third of all, that human error is involved, and the same amount of damages is attributed to the poor education and specific training standards.
This training course covers these aspects from both basic and intermediate levels of experience. This PetroKnowledge course provides the basic and some technical instructions regarding mechanical wear down, piston and bearing failures, exhaust and valves, engine checklists, engine vulnerabilities and the internal mechanics of combustion engines and its components in a marine environment.
What are the Goals?
Master and understand the necessary knowledge and complexities of:
- 4 and 2 stroke marine engines
- How to determine failures and diagnose faults
- Successfully operate and manage engines in a marine environment
- Equip and Lead individuals and response teams with techniques, procedures and resources to manage technical Main Engine and Aux services and repair in a maritime environment
- Marine Engine Components and seals
- Educate your team in pumps, failures and maintenance best practices
- Diesel Fuel and Petrol driven mechanical operations and mechanics
- The correct use of Lubrication and Oils, purification
- Mechanical and wear down of 4 and 2 stroke engines and analysis
- Piston and Bearing - lacquering and wearing of 2 and 4 stroke engine components
- Fuel and oil line head pressure
- OEM, Turbo servicing and failures
- Exhaust, inlet and values in 4 and 2 stroke general arrangements
- Engine Checklists and vulnerabilities
Who is this Training Course for?
This PetroKnowledge training course will benefit basic level; project managers, back office management wishing to have a greater understanding of marine engineering principles, concepts, procurement, marine engineers and marine response teams with techniques, procedures and resources to manage and understand the aspects of marine mechanics in a maritime environment. This training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:
- Project Directors
- Asset Managers
- Insurance professionals
- Master mariners
- Back office management teams that interact with Marine Engineers and Technical Engineering Experts
- Soft skilled employees that interact with Marine Engineers and Technical Engineering Experts
- Logistics and cargo providers
- Equipment and manufacturing soft skill employees wishing to advance into the maritime sector
- Project Managers
- Project Planners
- Cost Estimators
- Quality Assurance Managers
- Contract Managers
- Procurement Managers
- Project Engineers
- Discipline Engineers
- Technical Assistants
How will this Training Course be presented?
The training methodology will incorporate both theory and skill training components, utilizing both traditional lectures, as well as hands-on exercises, group discussions and case studies. Delegates are also trained in the technical operation, construction, configuration and operation of propulsion systems, stern tubes and shafting arrangements. The trainer uses factual case studies and exercises along the way to cement participants’ newly acquired skills and help them apply them to real situations.
The 5-Day training course will provide direct organisational benefits through improved project management knowledge and practices. By applying the methods learned and practiced during the course, organisations will be able to:
- Adapt their strategies and practices around the constraints due to a lack of understanding between engineers and office administration, procurements and non-technical staff
- Improve their delivery and knowledge
- Increase the efficiency of back office management teams
- Achieve objectives through accurate, analysis and control
- Develop new clients and expand your portfolio with existing clients
- Enhance their non-marine engineer’s knowledge base
Participants will develop additional and valuable skills, essential not only to back office and soft skilled management, including:
- Learning to improve the speed and efficiency of delivery in all projects
- Refining their planning and estimating techniques
- Enhancing their integrated team management skills
- Developing key attributes required of a Management Professional
- Becoming an indispensable team member and leader
Day One: What are the major components of an internal combustion 2 and 4 stroke engine on vessels- How do they work?
- Diesel Engines
- Petrol Engine
- What happens internally
- How is power produced
- The effectiveness of 2 and 4 stroke engines and why
- The efficiency of 2 and 4 stroke engines and why
- What are the differences
- Crank shafts
- New Fuels in the Marine Industry LNG/Bio/Diesel/Diesel-Electric. – How do they all work?
- Strokes and forces
- Spark and glow plugs
- New developments in the Marine Engineering field from around the world
Day Two: How do the internal mechanics of an internal combustion 2 and 4 stroke engine work on ships and commercial vessels?
- Engine arrangements
- Compression within bores
- Ignition and timing
- Chains and belt driven mechanisms
- The 2 and 4 stages of pistons and cylinders
- Exhaust and compression operations
- Timing failures
- Hoses and clamps
- Power head arrangements for 2 and 4 strokes
- EFI and fuel delivery
- Valves and springs for exhaust and air entry
- Effect of compression and ignition
The 2 and 4 stroke engines - The General Arrangements of 2 and 4 stroke engines – marine engineering
- Manifolds and gaskets
- ECU on 4 and 2 stoke engines
- Exhaust and cylinder arrangement - In line, V6 and V8, V12 engines
- 4 and 2 stroke engine seals and failures
- Rod assembly
- Bearings and rings
2 and 4 stroke Engines – Cooling systems and pumps how do they work in two and four stroke assemblies aboard vessels?
- Fuel flow
- The ‘Slow steam’ principles and effects on Main and Aux engines
- Pump installations on board and how they work
- Pump arrangements and maintenance
- Factual Case studies in how to prevent and identify Hazards regarding 4 and 2 stroke engines aboard vessels
- Factual Case studies in how to prevent multimillion $USD failures to 4 and 2 stroke engines due to poor maintenance practises and condition monitoring procedures
Day Three: The effects of corrosion within 2 and 4 stroke engines in marine environments
- The effect of exhaust and savaging
- Air flow, bores and cylinders.
- The Combustion Engine explained
- What is an OEM?
2 and 4 stroke Machinery and how to prevent costly failures
- Discuss planned maintenance systems
- Discuss Trend analysis
- Analysis of Condition monitoring technical CME
- OEM Main Engine component failures relevant to engine performance
Fundamentals of Naval Architecture and 2 and 4 stroke engine performance. How it affects propulsion. What does it all mean?
- Introduction to Ship Naval Architecture
- Centre of gravity
- Movement and stability
- Ship motion and vibrations
- Intact stability
- Damage and stability
- Degrees of freedom
- Systems and monitoring
- Example of diagrams of forces and degrees of freedom
Factual case studies concerning failures to propulsion, C.P.P, stern tube and shafts including shaft and design failures
How do the internal mechanics of a Propulsion and Drive system work aboard vessels? How do 2 and 4 stroke motor and Propulsion systems combine?
- Stern tubes and bearings
- Propellers fixed and non-fixed CCP
- Gear box tooth failure
- Ship/Vessel steering and thrust
Day Four: Crankshaft design and function with 2 and 4 stroke engines within Main Engine Rooms
- Corrosion and fatigue HFO
- E Turbo and Super chargers how do they work
Oil and Electrical systems in 2 and 4 stroke engines in the Offshore Marine Industry
- Basic knowledge in vessel electrical layout
- Basic knowledge in vessel equipment
- Ship/vessel electrical systems
- The Main Engine and Aux
The 2 and 4 stroke marine engines - What are the roles of Fuel and Oil in 2 and 4 stroke engines - how does it work?
- Fuels and fuel
- The combustion chamber and lubrication
- Lubrication oils
- Marine Engineering Failures
- Effects of poor lubrication
- Oil Types what’s the difference
Day Five: Marine Engineering - Electrical energy and the effects of heat in 2 and 4 stroke engines
- Faulty electric circuits and equipment, replacement parts
- Fuses, exposed lights by the type
- Fixtures, motors and engine rooms leaks in fuel Systems
- Welding in burning operations and other energy sources
- Mechanical energy
- Liquids and gases
- Electrical wiring malfunctions
How can Marine Engineering internal failures and wear down occur in two and four stroke engines?
- Damage from unusual sources
- What can you learn from the external appearance of failures
- Coolants and Gas Safety Monitoring equipment
- Effects of internal temperatures to 2 and 4 stroke engines
- High temp alarms and failures
Delegate Exercises - Common Maine Engine failures, fire, and seizures in 2 and 4 strokes what are the common causes – involving 2 and 4 stroke engines aboard ships, and commercial vessels. How can we prevent them?
- Accidental causes a fire with petrol engines
- Classification of fire causes.
- Chemical sources, material subject to spontaneous ignition
- Faulty electric circuits and equipment, replacement parts