Posted by : sanjay swain Monday, August 5, 2013

THIS BOOK IS PUBLISHED BY ANTWERP MARITIME ACADEMY, NAVALE ENGINEERING.

IT CONTAINS THE FOLLOWING:

0.1 ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION

0.1.1 POWER DISTRIBUTION

0.1.2 INSULATED AND EARTHED NEUTRAL SYSTEM

0.1.3 SIGNIFICANCE OF EARTH FAULTS

0.1.4 AN ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEM’S RELIABILITY

0.2 A SHIP’S ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

0.2.1 OVERVIEW

1.1 INTRODUCTION

1.2 LIGHTING

1.2.1 INCANDESCENT LIGHTING

1.2.2 DISCHARGE LAMPS

THE PREHEAT STARTER

1.2.3 NAVIGATION AND SIGNAL LIGHTS

1.2.4 EMERGENCY LIGHTING

1.3 CATHODIC PROTECTION FOR SHIPS

1.3.1 HISTORY

1.3.2 A LITTLE ELECTROCHEMISTRY

1.3.3 WHAT IS CATHODIC PROTECTION

1.3.4 CATHODIC PROTECTION IN HUMAN LANGUAGE

THE PROPELLER SHAFTING MAY REQUIRE BONDING TO THE HULL
MEMBERS MAKE A UNIQUE CONTRIBUTION TO MARITIME SAFETY AND REGULATION STANDARDS SET BY THE MEMBER SOCIETIES OF IACS

2.1 COMPETENCE REQUIREMENTS

2.1.1 INTERNATIONAL MARITIME LAW

2.1.2 IMO

2.1.3 SOLAS

2.1.4 STCW CONVENTION

2.2 CLASSIFICATION

2.2.1 SCOPE OF CLASSIFICATION

2.2.3 CLASSIFICATION SURVEYS

2.3 EQUIPMENT STANDARDIZATION

2.3.1 INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS

HIGH VOLTAGE

3.1 HIGH VOLTAGE ON SHIPS

3.1.1 HIGH VOLTAGE VERSUS LOW VOLTAGE IN PRACTICE

3.1.2 EXAMPLE

3.2 H.V. EQUIPMENT

3.3 H.V. INSULATION REQUIREMENTS

3.4 HIGH VOLTAGE SWITCHBOARD

3.4.1 H.V. SWITCHGEAR

3.4.2 CIRCUIT BREAKERS AND CONTACTORS


3.4.3 ISOLATION MEDIA

DOWNLOAD IT FROM : MARINE ELECTRICAL KNOWLEDGE

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