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Users Manual

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Issue No. SO-0622-A SO-0622-B SO-0622-C SO-0622-D SO-0622-D1 SO-0622-E SO-0622-F SO-0622-G Date/Year 11-Mar-97 15-Jul-97 4-May-99 3-May-00 24-Sep-02 28-Jan-03 24-Mar-03 10-Jun-03 Inc. by VBJ/beba AHE/beba AHE/beba AHE/BEBA HK/beba AHE/beba AHE/beba AHE/beba Issue No. H H1 Date/Year 4-Oct-04 2-May-05 Inc. by HD/beba AHE/beba

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Issue No. A ECO No. Paragraph Heading/ Description of Change First issue Supercedes Doc.no.TSO-0001-A/01-Jun-96 Chapter 4: Upgraded PowerChief & Steam Plant Chapter 5: Upgraded pictures. All General updating and correction of text. Added new chapter of Inert Gas Plant. Major changes in chapter 4 & 5. New layout in document. Changes in chapter 4 & 5 and Trip Codes. New pictures. Minor changes in text and diagram ch.4.5.10 and 5.3.10 Minor changes in text 4.5.32 and 5.3.30. Removed 5.3.22 Added start/stop of Fire pumps from Mimic diagram 111, 4.5.24 and 5.3.45 4.5.23 and 5.3.26 (steering Gear) is new All Changed logo, company name and title. Added new Added new chapters, 4.5.8, 4.5.29, 4.5.34, chapters; 4.5.8, 4.5.46 to comply with release 3.9. 4.5.29, 4.5.34, 4.5.46 Added Added ch. 4.5.39 Fresh Water Sanitary ch.4.5.39 System. Ch. 4.5.37, Manual updated to comply with release 5.3.32, 4.5.4 & 3.10. 5.3.6 All Upgraded to latest version. Reorganised User Manual, removed ch. 1, 2 & 3. 1.3.47.1 Removed 2.7-2.10 under CO2 Alarm. Paragraph No.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION .................................................................................PAGE 1 1.1 1.1.1 1.2 1.2.1 1.2.2 1.3 1.3.1 1.3.2 1.3.3 1.3.4 1.3.5 1.3.6 1.3.7 1.3.8 1.3.9 1.3.10 1.3.11 1.3.12 1.3.13 1.3.14 1.3.15 1.3.16 1.3.17 1.3.18 1.3.19 1.3.20 1.3.21 1.3.22 1.3.23 1.3.24 1.3.25 1.3.26 1.3.27 1.3.28 1.3.29 1.3.30 1.3.31 1.3.32 1.3.33 ii FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION ............................................... 1-1 Introduction ................................................................ 1-1 Main Engine Data ......................................................... 1-3 Engine Control Room (ECR) ........................................... 1-4 ME Remote Control (AutoChief) ...................................... 1-4 Main Switchboard (HW, if present).................................1-38 Engine Room Systems..................................................1-49 General Information ....................................................1-49 Shore Power ...............................................................1-50 Sea Water System.......................................................1-52 Fresh Water System ....................................................1-54 Start Air and Air Compressors .......................................1-56 Diesel Engine Driven Generator no. 1 and 2 ....................1-58 Electric Power Plant .....................................................1-60 Synchroscope Panel .....................................................1-64 Electrical Consumers....................................................1-66 Steam Generation Plant................................................1-70 Boiler Combustion .......................................................1-72 Oil Fired Boiler ............................................................1-78 Steam Condenser ........................................................1-80 Steam Generator.........................................................1-82 Fuel Oil Service Tanks ..................................................1-84 Fuel Oil Settling Tanks .................................................1-86 Fuel Oil Transfer System ..............................................1-88 HFO Separator System.................................................1-90 DO Purifier System ......................................................1-94 LO Purifier System.......................................................1-96 Stern Tube System ......................................................1-98 Propeller Servo Oil System ...........................................1-99 Ship Propulsion System .............................................. 1-100 Steering Gear System ................................................ 1-102 Ship Course Control ................................................... 1-104 Main Engine Lubricate Oil System ................................ 1-106 ME Bearing System.................................................... 1-108 Fuel Oil System ......................................................... 1-109 ME Fuel Oil High Pressure System................................ 1-112 Main Engine Turbocharger System ............................... 1-114 ME Control System .................................................... 1-116 Main Engine Local Control........................................... 1-121 ME Cylinder no. 1 - no. 5............................................ 1-122 ERS-L11 MAN B&W 5L90MC-VLCC Ver.MC90-III User's Manual

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1.3.34 1.3.35 1.3.36 1.3.37 1.3.38 1.3.39 1.3.40 1.3.41 1.3.42 1.3.43 1.3.44 1.3.45 1.3.46 1.3.47 1.3.48 2 2.1 2.1.1 2.1.2 2.1.3 2.1.4 2.1.5 2.1.6 2.1.7 2.1.8 2.1.9 2.1.10 2.1.11 2.1.12 2.1.13 2.1.14 2.1.15 2.1.16 2.1.17 2.1.18 2.1.19 2.1.20 2.1.21 2.1.22 2.1.23 2.1.24 2.1.25 2.1.26 2.1.27

Piston Ring Monitor ................................................... 1-123 Exhaust Boiler .......................................................... 1-124 Shaft Generator/Motor ............................................... 1-126 Waste Heat Recovery System ..................................... 1-128 Fresh Water Generator............................................... 1-129 Fresh Water Sanitary System...................................... 1-130 Bilge Wells ............................................................... 1-132 Bilge Separator ......................................................... 1-134 Ship Load................................................................. 1-136 Turbo Generator ....................................................... 1-138 Inert Gas Plant ......................................................... 1-140 Cargo Turbines ......................................................... 1-142 Refrigeration ............................................................ 1-144 Remote Emergency Operating Panel ............................ 1-146 Cylinder Indications ................................................... 1-148 GENERAL INFORMATION ...................................................2-1 Operation of the Propulsion Plant Trainer ..........................2-1 Shore Power.................................................................2-3 Emergency Generator ....................................................2-5 Sea Water System.........................................................2-7 Start Air and Air Compressor ........................................ 2-11 Diesel Generator no. 1 and 2 ........................................ 2-15 ME Freshwater System................................................. 2-29 Electric Power Plant ..................................................... 2-33 Electrical Consumers ................................................... 2-35 Steam Generation Plant ............................................... 2-37 Boiler Combustion ....................................................... 2-39 Oil Fired Boiler ............................................................ 2-43 Steam Condenser........................................................ 2-45 Steam Generator ........................................................ 2-47 Fuel Oil Service Tanks.................................................. 2-49 Fuel Oil Settling Tanks ................................................. 2-51 Fuel Oil Transfer System .............................................. 2-53 HFO Purifier System .................................................... 2-57 DO Purifier System ...................................................... 2-59 Lub Oil Purifier System................................................. 2-63 Stern Tube System...................................................... 2-67 Propeller Servo LO System ........................................... 2-69 Main Engine Lubrication Oil System ............................... 2-71 Main Engine Bearing System......................................... 2-73 Main Engine Fuel Oil System ......................................... 2-75 Main Engine Turbocharger System ................................. 2-79 Steering Gear System.................................................. 2-81 Main Engine Control System ......................................... 2-83 iii

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2.1.28 2.1.29 2.1.30 2.1.31 2.1.32 2.1.33 2.1.34 2.1.35 2.1.36 2.1.37 2.1.38 2.1.39 2.1.40 2.1.41 2.1.42 2.1.43 2.1.44 2.1.45 2.1.46 2.1.47 2.1.48 2.1.49 2.1.50 2.1.51 2.1.52 3 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.8 3.9 4 4.1 4.1.1 4.1.2 4.1.3 4.1.4 4.1.5 4.1.6 5 iv

ME Local Control .........................................................2-87 Main Engine Cylinder No 1-5 .........................................2-89 Exhaust Boiler.............................................................2-91 Shaft Generator/Motor .................................................2-93 Waste Heat Recovery System........................................2-97 Fresh Water Generator .................................................2-99 Bilge Wells ............................................................... 2-101 Bilge Separator ......................................................... 2-103 Ship Load ................................................................. 2-105 Turbo Generator........................................................ 2-107 Inert Gas Plant.......................................................... 2-111 Cargo Turbines ......................................................... 2-113 Refrigeration System ................................................. 2-115 Power Chief/Gen. Control ........................................... 2-117 Power Chief/Pump/Comp. Control ................................ 2-123 Auto Chief/Indicator Panel .......................................... 2-125 Auto Chief Control Panel............................................. 2-127 Main Engine Bridge Control ......................................... 2-133 Ship Course Control ................................................... 2-135 Cylinder Indication Press/Angle ................................... 2-137 Cylinder Indication Press/Vol....................................... 2-139 Weak Spring diagram................................................. 2-141 Cylinder Indication Delta-Press/Angle ........................... 2-143 Pen Recorder ............................................................ 2-145 Description of Legends ............................................... 2-147 TRIP CODES - APPENDIX A ............................................... 3-1 Main Engine................................................................. 3-1 Diesel Generators ......................................................... 3-3 Turbo-Generator .......................................................... 3-4 Breakers ..................................................................... 3-4 Compressors................................................................ 3-5 Trip Codes for Refrigeration Compressors ........................ 3-6 Boiler.......................................................................... 3-6 Cargo Turbines ............................................................ 3-7 HFO Separators............................................................ 3-7 CONTROLLERS AND ACTUATORS - APPENDIX B ...................... 4-1 Control System ............................................................ 4-1 PID Controller .............................................................. 4-1 Controller Tuning.......................................................... 4-2 Actuator...................................................................... 4-3 Valve Dynamics ........................................................... 4-4 Hysteresis/Stiction........................................................ 4-4 Valve Characteristics..................................................... 4-6 APPENDIX C ALARM LIST ................................................ 5-1 ERS-L11 MAN B&W 5L90MC-VLCC Ver.MC90-III User's Manual

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APPENDIX D MALFUNCTION LIST .......................................6-1 APPENDIX E VARIABLE LIST .............................................7-1 APPENDIX F OBSERVATION REPORT ...................................8-1 Introduction .................................................................8-1 Observation Report .......................................................8-2

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Engine Room Simulator


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Version MC90-III

USER'S MANUAL
Chapter 1

Functional Description

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FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION
Introduction

Main Engine is a B&W 5L90 MC, 5 cylinder in-line, low speed, two stroke engine with turbo-charging and scavenging air cooling. The main engine model (cylinder model) is a comprehensive, semiempiric software program module where the result of the combustion process is calculated. Important variables are: mean indicated cylinder pressures mean effective cylinder pressures total shaft torque exhaust temperatures total heat to liners (FW) total heat to pistons (LO) total heat to bearings (LO) engine speed injected amount of fuel fuel heat value/viscosity scavenging air pressure luboil inlet flow/temperature fresh water inlet flow/temperature mean liner metal temperature

The overall shaft torque is computed from the mean cylinder pressures. The torque balance differential equation between the propeller torque and the shaft torque is then solved by integration to give the engine RPM. If the cooling water flow is reduced or cooling water pumps are stopped, the liner temperatures will be very high. If the engine is operated without cylinder oil lubrication, the mechanical friction between liner and piston increases, and the piston may finally seizure in the liner. Reduced lubrication oil flow to the piston (cooling) may result in piston seizure/damage. Loss of sufficient oil flow to the bearings will finally result in damaged bearings. Long operation at extreme high exhaust temperatures will cause damage to the exhaust valves. Stop of the main engine caused by physical damage on the engine is indicated by ME damage. over-over speed piston seized crank casing oil mist explosion ruined bearing engine room fire damage exhaust valve damage

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The speed of the engine is controlled by an electronic PI controller mounted on the engine. The setpoint of the speed controller is normally set remotely by the AutoChief system, but it can also be set by a speed knob on the local control panel if the control mode is in LOCAL. The remote control system, AutoChief, is described in a separate volume. It takes care of the safety of the engine (slow down/shut down) and the start/stop functions. Slow down action based on: low low high high high high low LO pressure FW pressure LO temperature FW temperature scav air temperature bearing temperature cylinder LO flow

Shut down action based on: low-low LO pressure high-high FW temperature overspeed

The second half of this chapter comprises a functional description of the engine room systems and related subsystems. The process diagrams with corresponding information such as temperature, flow, pressure, setpoints, etc. are presented on the colour graphic workstation. Additional diagrams and information giving insight to the simulated models are available and can be addressed by using the functional keyboard. The Process Diagrams presented have the following colour code for pipelines: Light Blue: Blue: Dark Blue Green: Yellow: Brown: Dark brown Orange: Pink: Black Steam High Temp Fresh Water Low temp Fresh Water Sea Water Diesel Oil Fuel Oil Heavy Fuel Oil Lube Oil Gas Passive

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The Process Diagrams comprise abbreviations such as, T, G, P etc. meaning: T: G: P: N: Q: I: F: E: V: L: X: Z: W: C: D: H: M: R: 1.1.1 Temperature Flow Pressure Speed Force Current Frequency Electrical Power Valve/Voltage Level Position Signal/Concentration Viscosity Constant Density Heat Transfer Mass Pump, Fan Status

Main Engine Data Type Cyl Bore Piston Stroke Number of Cylinders Number of Air Coolers Number of Turbo Chargers Continuous Service Rating ME Corresponding Engine Speed Mean Indicated Pressure Scavenge Air Pressure Turbine Speed Number of Prop. Blades Propeller Pitch Specific Fuel Oil Consumption B&W 5L90 MC 900 mm 2900 mm 5 2 2 17.4 MW 74 rpm 13.0 Bar 2.1 Bar 8000 rpm 5 0.9 P/D 168 g/kwh

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Engine Control Room (ECR)

The functions and the design of the Control Room Console are based on Kongsberg Maritimes broad experience with ship instrumentation and monitoring system. The Control Room Console comprises the following sections: ME remote control (AutoChief) ME monitoring (DataChief) Generators and Pumps/Compressors control

1.2.1 ME Remote Control (AutoChief) The Main Engine Remote Control Console is based on Kongsberg Maritimes AutoChief. This section includes: Indicator Panel ME Control Panel

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1.2.1.1 AutoChief - Indicator Panel The AutoChief - Indicator Panel includes the following readings: Fuel Consumption Propeller Speed Pitch Indicator Shaft Power Ship Speed Ship Course Rudder Position Main Engine Smoke Indicator Main Engine NOx indicator Main Engine Exhaust Gas Temperature Main Engine Fuel Oil Flow Main Engine Scav. Air Temperature Main Engine Scavenging. Air Pressure Main Engine Turbocharger 1 Speed Main Engine Turbocharger 2 Speed Main Engine Lubricating Oil inlet Temperature Main Engine Lubricating Oil inlet Pressure Main Engine Cam Shaft Lubricating Oil Pressure Main Engine LTFW Temperature Main Engine HTFW Inlet Temperature Main Engine HTFW Outlet Temperature Main Engine LTFW Water Pressure Main Engine HTFW Water Pressure Main Engine Fuel Oil Pressure Main Engine Fuel Oil Temperature Fuel Oil Temperature inlet of the Heaters Main Engine Fuel Oil Viscosity Start Air Pressure Service Air Pressure Steam Generator Drum Level Secondary Steam Pressure Main Engine Air Flow FO Temperature HFO Service Tank ME SOx Indicator

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1.2.1.1.1 AutoChief - ME Control Panel The following commands are present at the AutoChief - ME Control Panel: Commands Status Fuel Link Command Control Mode Combi/Fixed Speed/ECO/Fixed Pitch RPM Setpoint Emergency Telegraph Main Engine Slow Down Main Engine Shut Down Main Engine Fail Status Throttle RPM/Pitch Emergency Run/Stop Responsibility Transfer Control Mode Main Engine Start/Stop/Slow turn

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1.2.1.1.2 Description of AutoChief Functions Main Engine can be controlled from different modes. These modes are as follows: Combinator, Fixed Speed, Economy, Fixed Pitch and Shaft Generator mode. In all modes both the rpm and pitch are controlled by the AutoChief. As illustrated in the figure below, raw signals are given to both rpm and pitch controller from the lever. Refer to flow sheet for pitch control figure 4.10. Note that the Shaft Generator Mode is not valid for models with static frequence converter.

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Flow sheet for rpm control

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Flow Sheet for Pitch Control

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Combinator Mode
RPM 100%

PITCH % 100 100

Fig. 4 - 3

Relation Between Pitch And Rpm

In this mode the rpm and the propeller pitch are controlled by a computer based Controllable Propeller Pitch (CPP) system. The power set-point is taken from the dial and the commands for the rpm/pitch are taken from the CPP system. Note that only the cargo and ballast tank contents can be changed from the variable page 5700 (3). The tanks on page (1) and (2) are calculated by the model (level and tank size).

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1.2.1.1.4 Fixed Speed The rpm is set to fixed value. Pitch adjusted by the throttle. See chapter 5.3.43 for operational description.
PITCH % RPM RPM

DIAL

COMMAND 0 100

Fig. 4 - 4

Fixed Speed, Dial & Rpm - Setpoint

1.2.1.1.5 ECO Mode This mode makes the most efficient use of the combinator control, where the pitch/RPM settings are optimized by the computer. However, the acceleration is slower than with normal combinator control. The ship draft affects as well the final RPM.

RPM

SHIP DRAFT DEPENDENT

% DIAL POSITION

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ECO Mode

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1.2.1.1.6 Fixed Pitch The RPM setpoint is taken from the Main Engine throttle command. The Pitch setpoint is coming from the model and is not changeable.
RPM % PITCH 0,9

DIAL

RPM COMMAND 0 100

Fig. 4 - 6

Fixed Pitch, & Rpm - Setpoint

1.2.1.1.7 Shaft Generator Mode This mode is intended to be used for plants with a Shaft Generator not driven by a constant speed drive or not equipped with an electronic static frequency converter. In this mode the RPM is adjusted to 60 RPM which gives 60 Hz. In order to select the mode for connecting the shaft generator to the main Bus Bar, the following procedure has to be followed:
When the ME is running, press the push-button fixed rpm and adjust the rpm by the increase and decrease button for the Main Engine rpm. The Pitch may now be controlled by the dial.

When the rpm is close to 60 rpm, press Shaft Gen. at the AutoChief Panel. The rpm will automatically be adjusted to the right rpm (60 Hz). By using the Lower/Raise switch on the Main Switch Board, the frequency can be adjusted for synchronization of the Shaft Generator to the Main Bus.

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1.2.1.1.8 Rate Limitations There are rate limitations both for the rpm and for the pitch with the following settings: Basic Speed Setpoint Rate Limit: 3.7 rpm/sec. Basic Pitch Setpoint Rate Limit: 3.6 P/sec. These limits can be inspected and changed by the instructor in picture MD 19. 1.2.1.1.9 Thermal Limiter NOTE! When program override button is pressed on the AutoChief panel, the heat index is automatically set to 100%. As illustrated in the figure this is controlled by the heat index. Running the main engine at heat index below 100% involves that there is a max speed setpoint reduction. This max speed reduction can be read in the Thermal Monitor pop-up in MD 19. NOTE! Since we have defined the heat index up to 40% to be cold engine, only the shaded area in the figure below is active area for max speed setpoint reduction. The indicated 33.3 rpm reduction is the mathematical value at 0% heat index. Refer also to figure 4.15. NOTE! When in emergency run mode, the heat index is automatically set to 100%.

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Max Speed Setpoint Reduction

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As illustrated in figure 4.15, the heat index is decreasing when the load is below Low load, which is set to 5.4 Mw, and when the load is above High load, the heat index is increasing. The thermal heat up constant is set to 15% per min., while the thermal cool down constant is set to 5% per min. These values may be inspected and changed in the pop-up window in MD 19. As shown in the figure, the rate of the heat index is decreased when the load of the engine is above High load which is set to 12.6 Mw.

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Thermal Monitor

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1.2.1.1.10 Critical Speed Adjustment The critical speed for this engine is between 40 and 42 rpm. We do not allow the engine to run within this rpm range. The AutoChief solves this by ignoring speed commands within the critical speed range. The AutoChief waits for a speed command outside the critical rpm range before carrying out the new speed setting. Refer to figure 4.17.

Fig. 4 - 9

Critical Speed

1.2.1.1.11 PID Controller The PID controller keeps the actual speed as close to the speed command as possible. This is carried out by reading the actual speed and compare it with the active setpoint. The result of this calculation gives a signal out of the PID controller which varies with the size and direction of the deviation. The response for the PID controller can be adjusted in the pop-up window in picture MD 19. 1.2.1.1.12 Load Limiter The scavenging air limiter prevents the engine from accepting too much fuel oil when the scavenging air pressure is low, to avoid engine sooting and excessive exhaust temperatures. As shown in the figure below, the max fuel link position at 0.2 bar scavenging air pressure is 50%. When exceeding 0.2 bar, the max fuel link position limit increases until scav. air pressure exceeds 1.0 bar. These limits can be changed by the instructor in the MD 19 picture.

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Scav. Air Limiter

For the same purpose as for the scav.air limiter, there is also included a speed limiter which sets the max fuel link position limit to 70% when the engine rpm is below 40% of full speed. The AutoChief permits a fuel link position of 100% when the speed is more than 95% of full speed. These values can be changed by the instructor in MD 19. See figure 4.19.

Fig. 4 - 11

Rpm Limiter

NOTE! There are three different signals into the load limiter: PID controller, scav. air limiter and the speed limiter. A minimum signal selector will select the lowest value and transfer this to the governor (Adjusted speed command). Refer to figure 4.9.

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1.2.1.1.13 Pitch Overload Controller If the reduction of rpm is too high according to the given command, (ex. because of heavy sea) we have to reduce the pitch command. In the figure below, y is reduction of pitch and delta is deviation of rpm. If we have a reduction of rpm (delta), then we will have reduction of pitch (y). The pitch control system will consider the weather (rough sea) such that we allow a larger rpm deviation without any pitch reduction. This to avoid a constant pitch adjusting.

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Pitch Overload Controller

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1.2.1.1.14 Main Engine Control - Start / Stop: Start and Stop the ME from the Remote Control, when the combine mode is selected. In this mode it is possible to control the fuel link directly. (only from MD picture) This function locks the fuel link to a fixed position to avoid further movement caused by the RPM governor. This function is useful when setting faults on the main engine (only from MD picture). When a slowdown occurs, this button starts flashing. When a shutdown occurs, this button starts flashing. Indicates when other faults from the groups occur.

- Direct Fuel Link:

- Locked Fuel Link:

- Slowdown: - Shutdown: - Fail:

1.2.1.1.15 Emergency Stop When this switch is activated, the engine is stopped since the fuel pumps are forced into Stop position. 1.2.1.1.16 Emergency Run Shut Down Override: All shut downs except for tor Overspeed are cancelled. Slow Down Override: All slow downs are cancelled. Program Override: Load program is cancelled, heat index is automatically set to 100%. Limits Override: Scavenge air and rpm limiters are overridden. Start setpoint is increased. Start fail is cancelled. The rpm level for Brake Air ON is increased. 1.2.1.1.17 Fuel Link Command These two instruments show the actual fuel link command and the limited fuel command which setpoint is used by the governor controller.

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1.2.1.1.18 Responsibility Transfer Bridge Transfer of the responsibility from the Engine Room to Bridge. (md 110) Engine Control Room responsibility. Control of the actual command is from the engine room control console. Control of the main engine is done from the local control console in the engine room, responsibility is transferred to and from the local console by using the push-button on the local control console.

Eng. Control Room

Local Control

1.2.1.1.19 Transfer of Responsibility from ECR to Bridge To transfer the control from ECR to bridge, press the push-button BRIDGE on AutoChief panel. The button then starts to flash. Answer by pressing the button BRIDGE on the AutoChief Bridge Control panel. The button BRIDGE turns to steady light. or: Open variable Page 9010 and set the tag X07540 to 1 . The push-button BRIDGE turns to steady light. The ship is now controlled from the bridge and may be run on the emergency telegraph or by the control handle or from the variable pages. To transfer back to ECR, just press ECR on the AutoChief panel. NOTE! To change the operation of Emergency Telegraph between Engine room and Engine Control room to operate between Engine Control room and Bridge, the Bridge Telegraph has to be enabled on the variable Page 9010.

1.2.1.1.20 Safety System To operate the main engine safely, all critical parameters must be monitored in order to activate alarm and, if required, initiate automatic slowdown- or shutdown procedures. Parameters to be included in these procedures, and their setting of limitations, are decided by the engine maker in co-operation with classification and national navigation authorities. The Slowdown - Shutdown are monitored by the DataChief and transferred to AutoChief for initiation of slowdown/shutdown. Each of the slowdown and shutdown parameters is grouped and represented by an indicator light on the AutoChief panel.

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When the indicator light starts flashing, slowdown/shutdown procedures are initiated.
The safety system gives the operator the possibility to override Shutdowns and Slowdowns by pressing the Override SHD/SLD buttons.

The system will (depending on set-up) give the operator a warning on slow down and shut down. The default time delay for slow down to be activated is 120 seconds. Within this period the operator may cancel the slow down. The actual diode will flash as long as the cause for slow down is present.
The default time delay for shut down to be activated is 30 seconds. Within this period the operator may cancel the shut down (except for the overspeed). The actual diode will flash as long as the cause for shut down is present. The slow down/shut down logic with delays are available from the Safety Override pop-up window in MD13 (ME Control System) and from the variable page 19141915. The settings can be adjusted by the customer. See slow down and shut down logic selection below. 0 = overrideable, with delay 1 = delayed signal, not overrideable 2 = instant signal (no delay), overrideable 3 = instant signal and not overrideable

1.2.1.1.21 Main Engine Shutdown Shutdown of Main Engines occurs if: Main LO Inlet Pressure Cam Shaft LO Pressure Thrust Bearings Temperature Cylinder cooling water temperature Main Engine overspeed < < > > > 1,0 1,5 85 96 80 bar bar C C rpm

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1.2.1.1.22 Main Engine Slowdown Slowdown of Main Engine occurs if: Main LO Inlet Pressure Cam Shaft LO Pressure Thrust Bearing Temperature Piston Cooling Oil Flow Scav. Air Cyl. Inlet Temperature Main LO Inlet Temperature Cam Shaft LO Temperature Piston LO Outlet Temperature Main Bearing Temperature Cyl. Exhaust Temperature < > > < > > > > > > 1,2 2.0 75 17 75 60 70 70 80 460 bar bar C t/h C C C C C C

1.2.1.1.23 Main Engine Start Inhibited Start from AutoChief is inhibit if: Main Engine in Local Control Start failure Reversing failure Breaking failure Turning Gear in Start Air press Control Air press

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1.2.1.2 PowerChief The consumption of and demand for electric power is constantly monitored and compared to the present possible power production. When deviation from preset limits arises, the system will act in order to normalize the situation. Thereby the possibility for black-out is reduced and a more economical use of the auxiliary engines is achieved. The system also performs continuous control of the frequency and load-sharing. The following commands are available from the PowerChief - Generator Control panel:

Remote Start/Stop of Diesel Generators Connect/Disconnect of all generators Automatic Control of demand for power Priority selection Non Essential Trip Constant Frequency mode Three different control modes of load-sharing: Equal-, Optimum- and Cyclic mode

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1.2.1.2.1 General Description The preferred mode of operation is with Shaft Generator as base generator, the Turbogenerator as an auxiliary generator and with diesel generator 1/2 in AUTO as stand by generators. Whenever possible, the Turbo-generator should be prepared and connected and put to AUTO mode. In AUTO it will be loaded according to available steam pressure. The recommended priority setting is priority 1 for the Shaft Generator, priority 2/3 for diesel generator 1/2. If only the Shaft Generator and Turbo-generator are connected, there is no difference between operation in EQUAL or OPTIMAL mode. In any case the Turbo-generator will take as much power as possible. The load limiting function is as shown in the figure. See also model variable page 7012.

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15% m in S teampressure (bar)

9,0 low

9,2 high

Fig. 4 - 13 Load Limiting Function Blackout Condition Only diesel generator 1 and 2 act as stand by generators in case of a blackout situation. The generator with the highest priority (lowest number) will be the first to be connected.

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Operating on Shaft Generator and Turbo-generator only. Special Considerations If the speed command from the AUTO Chief speed control level is lower than required for producing the present electric power, the speed command is delayed 20 seconds while a standby diesel generator is started and connected. The PowerChief control mode will be set to Equal mode, for maximum safety. The new diesel generator will be kept connected, as the normal stop logic of the PowerChief is overridden. Below 35 rpm the Shaft Generator will be taken out of AUTO. If the ME is stopped or reversed, the Shaft Generator clutch will disconnect. At low ME power the oil fired boiler will normally start and keep the steam pressure above 8 bar. The Turbo-generator throttle valve is limited to a value sufficient for keeping it connected at minimum steam pressure and close to zero power. The Turbo-generator is not disconnected unless driver alarms arise. Figure 4-25 indicates the mechanism for auto start of diesel generator at manoeuvring. Special action is released while crossing boarder from high to low area.

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Single Turbo-generator Operation If the total electric load is so low that it can be handled by the Turbo-generator, all other generators will be disconnected if in AUTO, and the Turbo-generator control changed from maximum load to frequency control mode. Before the last (diesel or shaft) generator is disconnected, a special check is made to ensure that the Turbo-generator power reserve is sufficient:
The steam pressure must be higher than 8,5 bar and the steam throttle valve more than 15% lower than limiting value.

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1.2.1.2.2 Control Mode The PowerChief operates in one of the following control modes which are selectable from a mode selector on the remote panel:
Equal load Optimal load Cyclic load Frequency control

1.2.1.2.3

Equal load (Symmetric loadsharing)

H ighpow er lim it

A ctual pow er

Lowpow er lim it S G G1 D

Fig. 4 - 15 EQUAL Load Situation. The group consists of the SG and DGI. If the mean group load is higher than high limit (for some time), a new generator will be connected. If the mean group load is lower than low limit (for some time), one generator will be disconnected. In this mode the load is equally distributed between the connected generators. This mode is the recommended mode while manoeuvring because the range (start/stop limits) is much wider (St. by generator will stop at low load at 140 kW, while in Optimal load at 480 kW). These limits may be adjusted in the variable page 7013. NOTE! Onboard, the main regulation is carried out by the regulators on the auxiliary engines while the fine adjustment is carried out by the PowerChief.

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Optimal Load (Asymmetric loadsharing)

H ighpow er lim it

A ctual pow er Lowpow er lim it S G D G1 "group"


Fig. 4 - 16

D G2 "slave"
Optimal Load Situation

The generator with the lowest priority (the slave) will take load within its full power range while the remaining generator(s) (the group) will be operated within a narrow power band, close to optimum conditions. The generators will be operated as the mean group power and the slave power will have the same relative power margins within their respective load ranges. When the mean group power is higher than high limit, and at the same time, the slave power is higher than its high limit, a new generator will be connected (if possible). In the same way at low load, the slave generator will be disconnected and a new slave selected within the original group. The asymmetric loadsharing modes are used to avoid fouling of intake channels of the diesel engine because of low load. In this mode the following actions will take place: The generator with the highest priority will take all the load up to 70% of normal rating, while the other generator takes the rest of the load. If more than two generators are connected, the generators with the highest priority will take the load up to 70% and the generator with the lowest priority (slave) will take the rest of the load. 1-26 ERS-L11 MAN B&W 5L90MC-VLCC Ver.MC90-III User's Manual

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NOTE! The Turbo and Shaft generator can never become a slave generator. This is taken care of by the PowerChief. However, as one of the high priority generators, the shaft generator will act as one of the high priority diesel generators (take load up to 70%). The Turbo-generator has its own logic which means that the Turbogenerator does not take any notice of the different load limits in the different loadsharing modes. This because of the fact that the most economical way to run the Turbo-generator is running at full load all the time. The load limits (the PowerChief keeps the load for these generators within these limits) for the highest priority generators are 480 to 600 kW. The load limits for the slave generator are 50 to 600 kW. When load dependent stop (because of low load) of generator, the slave generator will stop and the generator with the lowest priority of the remaining generators will become the new slave. If only one generator is running (because of the load situation), the load limits in Optimal load mode will automatically change to the High single load limit which is set to 680kW. This means that the generator has to be loaded with 680 kW before a stand by generator start request will be carried out. See variable page 7013. As we can see, we allow a single running generator to take more load in this mode. This mode is not recommended while manoeuvring. 1.2.1.2.5 Cyclic Load (Asymmetric loadsharing) This mode is identical with optimal load except for the mechanism for slave function selection. The slave function is no longer fixed by priority but will pass from generator to generator (cyclic) according to a timer. The slave period can be adjusted on model variable page 7012. The function is intended used to avoid that the same generator is being operated at low unfavourable load conditions for too long periods, risking sooting and burning of inlet air valves due to low scavenging pressure. As for Optimal load this mode is not recommended while manoeuvring because of the narrow load range (480-600). 1.2.1.2.6 Frequency Control Normally, when in Auto Mode, the frequency adjustment is carried out by the master generator while the stand by generator takes care of the loadsharing. In the ERS simulator this function is separated for that purpose to show the student the connection between the frequency (rpm) and the load (speed-droop). When this mode is used, the PowerChief controls the frequency and adjusts it continuously to maintain 60 Hz.

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1.2.1.2.7 Run: Start:

Operating Mode This lamp is lit when the generator is running. This is a manual start initiated from the PowerChief panel. Note that it is only possible to start the generator when the READY lamp is on, and that the AUTO-function is switched off. This is a manual stop initiated from the PowerChief panel. Note that the generator has to be disconnected from the bus before it is possible to stop the diesel generator. This lamp is lit when the generator is connected to the bus bar. To connect a running diesel generator to the bus bar, press this push-button. The PowerChief will then automatically synchronize and connect it to the bus bar. Load sharing takes place according to the mode selected. To disconnect the generator from the bus bar, switch off the AUTO function followed by pressing the DISCONNECT. The PowerChief will automatically reduce the load of the generator to minimum, followed by disconnection. This lamp is on when the following conditions are present: - DG in Remote Control at the local panel.
- Priming Pump running. - No alarms in the Diesel-generator system

Stop:

In: Connect:

Disconnect:

Ready:

For the Shaft Generator to be ready for remote operation there must be power on the main bus bar 2 (bus tie breaker must be connected!) The clutch air supply valve must be open and the clutch control in remote. The ME must be running faster than 34 rpm.

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Auto:

To select automatic operation of the diesel generators, press this push-button. Then the PowerChief will take care of Start/Stop, Connect/Disconnect and load sharing of the generator. If this lamp is flashing, the Auto mode is cancelled because of local disturbance i.e. manually start/stop of pumps or open/close of valves belonging to the diesel generator system. If the generator driver exceeds its capacity, a new generator will be started and connected if possible. For the diesel generators the maximum fuel link position can be set less than 100 % if desired, see governor display, MD71/72, load limit setting, or model variable page 7110/7210. The Shaft generators static converter generates a load limit signal at high loads (relative to generator speed). This signal is used by PowerChief for starting up another generator when required. If a driver alarm arises while a generator is in AUTO and connected, a new generator will be started and connected before the generator with problems is disconnected. If no stand by generator is available, the alarmed generator will be taken out of AUTO control (indicated by flashing AUTO) but kept connected. Diesel generators that are in AUTO mode and not connected within a given period, will be stopped. The maximum idling period can be adjusted, see model variable page 7012. The Turbo-generator can only be started or stopped locally. The following alarms are diesel generator driver alarms: T03020 P03012 T03057 T03060 T03051 P03066 P03032 T03037 T03034 T03035 : : : : : : : : : : Fw temp outlet DG Fw pressure inlet DG Exhaust temp onlet TBCH Exhaust temp outlet TBCH Air temp outlet AIRC FO filter dp LO press inlet DG LO temp inlet DG bearing 1 temp bearing 2 temp high low high high high high low high high high

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Turbo-generator driver alarms are as follows: P04601 T04600 P04640 T04632 P04617 L04703 P04700 : : : : : : : steam pressure inlet TG steam temp inlet TG LO press inlet bearings LO tank temp sealing steam pressure condenser hotwell level condenser pressure low low low high low high high

SG driver alarms are: N06974 : ME rpm ME slow down ME shut down low

Priority 1: Priority 2: Priority 3:

This generator has the highest priority, i.e. first in and last out. This generator has the second priority, i.e. will connect later than no. 1 and disconnect earlier than number 1. This generator has the third priority, i.e. will connect later than no. 2 and disconnect earlier than no. 2. This lamp is on when the non-essential load is tripped due to high load.
- Main Air Condition - Main Ventilation 1 & 2 - Ventilation 1& 2 - Main Refrig. System

Non Essen. Trip:

High Power:

This lamp is on when the power rating is higher than normal rating for the generator. This lamp is on when the load of generators connected to the main bus bar is too high, and the PowerChief requests start of the stand-by generator. All consumers connected to the PowerChief + Bow Thruster will give start request to st. by generator when need of power. However, there is not included a start inhibit of heavy consumer in the system.

Gen. S/S Request:

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1.2.1.2.8 Safety System for the Auxiliary Engines The safety system for the auxiliary engines is located in the engine room at the DG local panels. It operates as a back-up system for the PowerChief and protects the auxiliary engines if the latter fails; if the process is disconnected or if the engines run in manual mode. The back-up safety system is monitoring the same parameters by binary sensors as the computer system is monitoring using analogue sensors, and in it also monitors the overspeed safety system. When this system is activated, the TRIP lamp flashes and cannot be reset until a normal situation is established. 1.2.1.2.9 Alarms and Messages from PowerChief Alarms An alarm is announced by an acoustic buzzer signal, a flashing light in the group alarm lamp at the alarm console and logging of the alarm at the printer. PowerChief generates alarms when automatic actions fail, i.e. the result of the action is not obtained within the normal period of time. Messages A message is announced by logging of the message. PowerChief generates important messages when manual actions, initiated from the Data Safe panel fail, and when manual and automatic actions are successfully executed.

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1.2.1.2.10 Pump Control

All pumps can be started and stopped from their local panel or mimic independently of the AUTO/MANUAL. The pump monitoring is made independently of this AUTO/MANUAL setting. 1.2.1.2.11 Auto In this mode the pumps are automatically started and stopped by the PowerChief control functions which include:
Stand-by start at low pressure. Stand-by start of trip. Restart after black-out (start order for the different consumers is not specified). Power check on heavy consumers. Start inhibit of the pump if the generators are at High Power limit at start attempt. See PowerChief Generator Control panel. NOTE! As for AUTO mode, it is not possible to carry out a manual start of the pump if the generators are at High Power limit.

Generation of the start and stop messages.

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If there has been a disturbance in the AUTO system, for instance, a local start/stop or an alarm has occurred, the auto lamp and the start lamp start flashing, which means that the auto function has been turned off. 1.2.1.2.12 Manual In this mode (Auto lamp is off) starting and stopping of the pumps have to be done manually from the control panel. 1.2.1.2.13 Stand-by of Low Pressure When pressure drops below the stand-by start limits, the stand-by unit is started automatically. The stand-by limits may be changed by the instructor. Most of the low pressure alarms are subject to Automatic alarm blocking. The stand-by start function will as well be blocked during the same period of time. 1.2.1.2.14 Automatic Restart after Black-out After recovery from black-out, the PowerChief will restart all units which were running at the time black-out occurred. Start conditions like AUTO-mode, no active alarms etc., also apply for this start. The restart procedure follows a present time sequence. 1.2.1.2.15 Compressor Control The compressor control is based on the same principles as for the pump control system. Auto Mode: In this mode the compressors are automatically started and stopped by the PowerChief. Automatic start takes place when the pressure drops below a certain limit. The compressors are also connected to the power check system, so that a compressor start may be delayed if the generators are at High Power limit at start attempt. NOTE! As for AUTO mode, it is not possible to carry out a manual start of the compressor if the generators are at High Power limit. The start air compressors will automatically alter to be the Master/Slave compressor. If the Master compressor is not able to increase the pressure within a certain period of time (approx. 2-2.5 minutes) the slave compressor will also start.

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The start/stop limits for the compressors can be changed from the PowerChief variable pages. A flashing AUTO or START lamp indicates there has been a disturbance in the system. To reset the fault, press the start push-button to check whether the compressor is running or not, then press the auto push-button to get back to auto mode. Manual Mode: In this mode (AUTO lamp extinguished) starting and stopping of the pumps have to be done manually from the control panel. NOTE! The above start inhibitations will normally not occur when running the generators in AUTO mode since the PowerChief will start a stand-by generator before the connected generators reach the High Power limit. 1.2.1.2.16 PowerChief Pump - Compressor Control The Pump - Compressor Control panel includes automatic control of: Sea Water Pumps 1 and 2 Low Temp Fresh Water Pumps 1 and 2 High Temp Fresh Water Pumps 1 and 2 Main Engine Auxiliary Blowers 1 and 2 Main Lubrication Pumps 1 and 2 Camshaft Lubrication Pumps 1 and 2 FO Booster Pumps 1 and 2 FO Supply Pumps 1 and 2 Steering Gear Pump 1 and 2 Start Air Compressor 1 Start Air Compressor 2 Service Air Compressor Propeller Servo Pump 1 and 2 (only visible when CPP is active) Thermal Oil Pumps

1.2.1.2.17 Manual Start and Stop Each of the above individual components can be started and stopped from the PowerChief Pump - Compressor Control panel. There will be a start inhibit if the power rating of generators is higher than normal rating (High Power is indicated on the PowerChief Generator Control panel).

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1.2.1.2.18 Automatic Start and Stop In this mode the pumps and compressors are automatically started and stopped by the control functions including: Stand-By Start at Low Pressure Auto Stop at High Pressure Restart after Black-Out Power Check (start inhibit at High Power) on generators Cyclic operation of units

The pumps and compressors with st.by logic included are as follows: Main SW Pump ME Aux. Blower Main LTFW Pump Main HTFW Pump FO Booster pump FO Supply pump Main LO Pump /start /start/stop /start /start /start /start /start Thermal Oil Pump Cam Shaft LO Pump Prop Servo LO Pump Steering Gear Pump Start Air Compr. Service Air Compr. /start /start /start /start /start/stop /start/stop

1.2.1.2.19 Automatic Restart, Boiler System Pumps The following pumps, not found on the PowerChief Pump/Compressor console, will also automatically restart after blackout: Exhaust boiler water circ. pump 1/2 Boiler combustion air fan Boiler HFO pump Boiler DO pump Main condensate pump Condenser vacuum pump 1/2 Main feed water pump

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1.2.1.3 Boiler Control The Boiler comprises the following sections: Condenser Steam Generator Oil Fired Boiler Exhaust Boiler The following functions are available on the Steam Condenser (MD 85): Indication of condenser pressure Control of SW flow Vacuum pump start/stop Main condensate pump start/stop Aux condensate pump start/stop The following functions are available on the Steam Generator (MD 82): Indication of Steam Flow, Feed Water Flow and Water level Control of Feed Water Flow Steam Generator safety valve open/close Main Steam Line safety valve open/close Steam Dump valve open/close Steam Generator Vent valve open/close 1-36 ERS-L11 MAN B&W 5L90MC-VLCC Ver.MC90-III User's Manual

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Main Steam Shut Off valve open/close Main Feed Water Pump start/stop Aux Feed Water Pump start/stop Steam Generator Drain valve open/close Main Steam Line Drain

The following functions are available on the Boiler Combustion (MD 84): Indication of Fuel Oil Flow, Combustion Air Flow, Primary Steam Pressure, Secondary Steam Pressure, Steam Temperature, Oxygen Content, Water Level, Boiler Trip and Smoke Density Combustion Air Fan start/stop Selection of Burner type Change over valve DO/HFO DO pump start/stop HFO pump start/stop HFO Heater Steam valve open/close Atomizing Steam valve open/close Control of Oil Flow Control of Air Flow Master Controller Excess Air Controller Burner no 1 on/off Burner no 2 on/off Burner Management selector Ready/Auto Purging operation and indication Primary Drum Safety valve open/close Primary Drum Vent valve open/close Superheater vent/drain valve open/close Primary FW shut off valve open/close Primary FW Make Up pump start/stop Primary Drum Drain valve open/close Primary Drum Vent valve open/close Primary Water Heater on/off Soot Blowing Steam on/off

The following functions are available on the Exhaust Boiler (mD 81): Indication of Exhaust inlet temp, Exhaust outlet temp, Economizer FW outlet temp and Superheater Steam outlet temp. Control of Exhaust Damper including Auto/Man selection Water Circulation Pump start/stop Superheater Drain/Vent valve open/close Soot Blowing Air on/off

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1.2.2 Main Switchboard (HW, if present) The main switchboard is a full-scale model of a real switchboard. The generators are protected with alarms, automatic stop and shut-downs. Automatic disconnection of the generators from the bus bar is activated by the following functions: Overload of generator Slow Overload of generator Reversed Power Low Voltage Low Frequency

Each of the generator sections contains meters for V, A, kW, kVAr and Hz. A selector switch enables the reading of the separate phases. The field voltage (magnetization)-setting device enables voltage control and balancing between active and reactive load when the generators are operating in parallel. The rpm of each generator, except the shaft generator, can be adjusted from the main switchboard.

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The main switchboard comprises all controls and indicators usually available on real switchboards and includes the following sections: Shaft Generator w/ Bus Bar 2 Diesel Generator 1 & 2 Turbo Generator Synchronization w/ Shore power Emergency Generator w/ Main Bus Bar and Emergency Bus Bar Miscellaneous

1.2.2.1 Bus Bars The power distribution is divided into two bus bars. Consumers connected are: Emergency Bus Bar: Diesel Generators LO priming pumps Turbo Generator LO priming pump Shaft Generators LO priming pumps Aux. FW pump Aux. SW pump Start Air Compressor no. 2 Fire pump Bilge pump Steering gear 1 & 2

Main Bus Bar 2: Bow Thruster Deck Machinery

Main Bus Bar 1: All remaining consumers

The main bus bar is normally connected to the emergency bus bar. Isolation of the emergency bus bar is only done when the emergency generator is running.

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1.2.2.2 Emergency Generator The emergency generator section contains indicators for Voltage and Power consumption. The emergency generator can be controlled automatically. When in AUTO, the emergency generator starts and connects automatically after a blackout. As soon as one of the main generators is connected, the emergency generator will be disconnected and stopped after an idling period. 1.2.2.2.1 START IN Emergency Panel Description Indication that Emergency Generator is running. Indication lamp for the circuit breaker status.

The power distribution is divided into two bus bars; Main Bus Bar and the Emergency Bus Bar. For the Main Bus Bar the main circuit breakers of vital pumps are available at lower part of the panel section and for the Emergency Bus Bar, which indicates the connected consumer.

Main Bus Bar 1 Circuit Breakers: SW Pump No. 1 & 2 LTFW Pump No. 1 & 2 HTFW Pump No. 1 & 2 Main LO Pump No. 1 & 2 FO Supply Pump No. 1 & 2 FO Booster Pump No. 1 & 2 Boiler Combustion Air Fan Auxiliary Feed water pump

Emergency Bus Bar consumers: Diesel Generators LO priming pumps Shaft Generators LO priming pumps Aux. FW pump Aux. SW pump Start Air Compressor no. 2 Fire Pump Bilge pump Steering gear 1 & 2

The main bus bar is normally connected to the Emergency Bus Bar. Isolation of the Emergency Bus Bar is only done when running the emergency generator.

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1.2.2.3 Diesel Generator 1 & 2 The el-power supply system comprises two identical diesel generators, modelled as high/medium speed engines with all vital subsystems such as rpm governor, cooling water, lubrication oil, start air, turbo-charger, air cooler and fuel oil. Voltage and frequency readings of the Generator bus bar are available on the panel. Together with speed adjustment, the operator is allowed to connect the generator with verification of synchronizing to the main bus bar. The Diesel Generator section contains a volt/ampere/watt/frequency/volt ampere reactive meter. A selector switch enables reading of difference phase to the generator.

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1.2.2.3.1 -

Diesel Generator 1 & 2 Panel Description This section is set up with instruments which are all connected to the generator side. By one of these switches, it is possible to select from which phase the measurement shall take place. If there is no light in this lamp, it is showing the middle value. Switch to select the measurement for the instrument. O is average value and RO/SO/TO measure the value between the different phases. ON and off of the magnetizing current to the generator and an increase and decrease for regulation of the magnetizing current. DISCONNecting CONNecting of the circuit breaker. An indication that prime pump is in auto mode, no alarms and the generator is in remote control START/stop of the DG. When the ready is OK. Indication lamp for the circuit breaker position. Connected to the DG governor and lower/raise the RPM for the diesel engine. The Generator Breakers safety functions. -TRIPPED: Breaker caused by one of the safety function. -READY: None trip and breaker switch ready for action. -SAFETY: Slow Overload Fast Overload Reverse Power Low Voltage Low Frequency

V/A/kW/Hz kVAr R/S/T

O/RS/ST/TS

MAGNETIZATION

CIRCUIT BREAKER READY

START IN LOWER RAISE CIRCUIT BREAKER

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1.2.2.4 Turbo Generator The el-power supply system comprises one turbo-generator, modelled as high speed turbines with all vital subsystems such as rpm governor, cooling water, lubrication oil and steam system with condenser. Voltage and frequency readings of the Generator bus bar are available on the panel. Together with speed adjustment, the operator is allowed to connect the generator with verification of synchronizing to the main bus bar. The Turbo Generator section contains a volt/ampere/watt/frequency/volt ampere reactive meter. A selector switch enables reading of difference phase to the generator.

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Turbo Generator Description This section is set up with instruments which are all connected to the generator side. By one of these switches, it is possible to select from which phase the measurement shall take place. If there is no light in this lamp, it is showing the middle value. Switch to select the measurement for the instrument. O is average value and RO/SO/TO measure the value between the different phases. ON and off of the magnetizing current to the generator and an increase and decrease for regulation of the magnetizing current. DISCONNecting CONNecting of the circuit breaker. An indication that prime pump is in auto mode, no alarms and the generator is in remote control Run indicates that the Turbo-generator has retched its speed and ready for take power. Indication lamp for the circuit breaker position. Connected to the TG governor and lower/raise the RPM. The Generator Breakers safety functions. -TRIPPED: Breaker caused by one of the safety function. -READY: None trip and breaker switch ready for action. -SAFETY: Slow Overload Fast Overload Reverse Power Low Voltage Low Frequency

V/A/kW/Hz kVAr R/S/T

O/RS/ST/TS

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1.2.2.5 Shaft Generator/Motor A PTI/PTO arrangement consisting of a combined shaft motor/generator with converter and compensator included. In PTI mode the shaft motor is supplied from the diesel generators as well as the turbogenerator. In PTO mode the shaft generator supplies the main bus bar II.

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1.2.2.5.1 Shaft Generator/Motor Panel Description V/A/kW/Hz This section is set up with instruments which are kVAr all connected to the generator side. R/S/T By one of these switches, it is possible to select from which phase the measurement shall take place. If there is no light in this lamp, it is showing the middle value. Switch to select the measurement for the instrument. O is average value and RO/SO/TO measure the value between the different phases. Switch to select between PTI/PTO operation.

O/RS/ST/TS

PTI/PTO MODE MAGNETIZATION CIRCUIT BREAKER READY RUN IN DECREASE INCREASE CIRCUIT BREAKER

ON and off of the magnetizing current to the generator and an increase and decrease for regulation of the magnetizing current. DISCONNecting CONNecting of the circuit breaker. An indication that air to the clutch is present, no alarms and clutch control is set to remote control. Run indicates that the PTI/PTO is running and ready to take power in/out. Indication lamp for the circuit breaker position. Increase/decrease the frequency converter speed.

The Generator Breakers safety functions. -TRIPPED: Breaker caused by one of the safety function. -READY: None trip and breaker switch ready for action. -SAFETY: Slow Overload Fast Overload Reverse Power Low Voltage Low Frequency Breakers for Bow Thruster and Deck Machinery with ampere meter. Breaker for connection of main bus bars.

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1.2.2.6 Synchronizing Volt and frequency readings of the main bus bar are available on the panel. Together with speed adjustment, the operator is allowed to connect a generator without verification of synchronizing. The synchronizing section contains a double-volt meter, a synchro-indicator and a doublefrequency meter. A selector switch enables readings of voltage, difference- voltage and frequency of all the generators. A mega-ohm meter indicates possible earth leakage on the main bus bars. A shoreconnecting device enables monitoring of the phase sequence and cross-coupling of the leads (if needed) before the shore connection is made. 1.2.2.6.1 V/Hz Synchronizing Panel Description This section is set up with instruments which are all connected to the generator side and to the main bus bar.

O / DG1 / DG2 Selectable switch to enable readings of voltage /SG and frequency between the bus bar and the different sources. O is the Bus bar. O/RO/SO/TO Switch to select the measurement for the instrument. O is average value and RO/SO/TO measure the value between the different phases. DISCONNecting/CONNecting breaker (Shore connection). of the circuit

CIRCUIT BREAKER IN WRONG ROTATION ON SHORE SHORE CON SEMI AUTO

Indication lamp for the circuit breaker position. Wrong rotation on shore sources. Turning the phase of the shore sources. Turning on the shoreconnection should be clock-wise. Indication lamp for the shore connection circuit. Automatic synchronizing of generators, except for the voltage and frequency which has be done manually; Select generator, adjust voltage and frequency, when these are within actual limits, the generator connects to the bus bar.

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1.2.2.7 Shore Power Shore connection can only be activated when ME rpm is set to zero by the STOP SHIP function. When the shore cable is connected, the electric phase will be selected at random by the simulator. A wrong sequence is indicated by a lit red lamp. Activating the button on the Shore Power Section of the switchboard interchanges the cables, and the light will disappear. When the electric phase is correct, the shore power can be connected to the main bus bar. 1.2.2.8 Miscellaneous
The miscellaneous section contains instruments that give information of the temperature in the control and engine room and power consumption of the selected pumps. There is a static converter which controls the connected pumps on the ship. Use of this converter can give the pumps a higher efficiency. There is a fire monitor with indication and activating of fire fighting equipment.

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1.3.1 Alarms

Engine Room Systems


General Information

Always accept alarms before starting a system (flashing lamps indicate alarms not accepted).

Engine Room Systems It is possible to run some of the systems as single, isolated units. No related systems are then required to be operational, because external parameters are generated by the computer. Isolation of a system is done by selecting it on the variable list (see functional description for further information).

Fault If a fault has been detected, it has probably been generated by instructor. To rectify suspected faults: (Example from ME Fresh water system). Fresh water pump no 1 running, and no 2 in stand-by. Fresh water pump 2 starts after drop in coolant pressure. Suspected fault : Worn fresh water pump no 1.

Malfunctions In the different MD pictures there are one or more letters M, clicking on one of these letters with tracker-ball centre button displays a window with malfunctions connected to actual group. (Letters are coloured yellow when faults are activated.) When in operator mode (student), only the possible malfunctions are displayed. In instructor mode, the display shows active malfunctions and their settings. On the line where the suspected fault is, click with RIGHT tracker-ball button to rectify fault. A prompt on the screen will verify repair attempt. Having done this, pump should now be ready to be restarted.

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Shore Power

1.3.2.1 Shore Power Description Shore connection can only be activated when ship speed is set to zero. When the shore cable is connected, the electric phase will be selected at random by the simulator. The phase sequence is indicated by a red light if wrong. By activating the button on the phase panel, the cables will be interchanged and the light will disappear. 1.3.2.2 Emergency Generator Description The emergency generator can be controlled automatically and manually. In Auto mode, the emergency generator starts and connects automatically if black-out occurs. As soon as one of the main generators is connected, the emergency generator will disconnect and stop. In Manual mode, the generator has to be started, and stopped manually.

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Sea Water System

1.3.3.1 Sea Water System Variables Sea water is pumped by two electrically driven SW pumps from sea chests through the sea water filter. The flow from the pumps goes to five coolers, which are connected in parallel: Fresh Water Cooler 1 Fresh Water Cooler 2 Steam Condenser Fresh Water Generator Air Conditioning

During cargo operations there will be an increasing load on the steam condenser. To meet the additional need for cooling water, the system is equipped with an auxiliary pump. The sea water temperature is automatically controlled by recirculation of sea water from the overboard line to the suction line. The temperature controller can be set in auto/ manual mode. The recirculation valve is controlled by a standard PID controller. The recirculation line is smaller and has higher flow resistance than the overboard line. The total sea water flow will therefore be reduced in the recirculation line. The control valve has a pneumatic actuator. 1-52 ERS-L11 MAN B&W 5L90MC-VLCC Ver.MC90-III User's Manual

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The standard valve actuator can be changed with a motor driven actuator. The motor control interface is modelled as follows: 100 % controller signal gives full opening speed 50 % controller signal gives zero speed 0 % controller signal gives full closing speed

Studies comparing the dynamic behaviour of the standard actuator system with the motor actuator system are recommended. The SW pumps can be used as emergency bilge pumps. A separate pipe is provided for this operation. The fire pump has a separate suction from the sea chest. The Sea Water system has an emergency suction main SW valve. The Air condition is ready for use when the following criteria is fulfilled: Valve to aircondition SW cooler is open. The differential pressure (difference between the inlet SW pressure to coolers and the SW pressure outside the hull (mWC)) is more than 0.5 bar.

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Fresh Water System

1.3.4.1 Fresh Water System Description The fresh water cooling system is separated in two subsystems: Low Temperature System High Temperature System

The Low Temperature Fresh Water (LTFW) system cools all auxiliary equipment, such as: two start-air compressors service air compressors lub.oil system for turbo-generator and cargo pump turbines stern tube and propeller servo oil system main engine air cooling system cooling of the oil in the camshaft and main engine lub.oil system. The temperature sensor can be moved from the outlet to the inlet of ME from variable page.

The LTFW pumps (normally only one in operation), pump the fresh water through the above mentioned coolers. The FW system is cooled by the SW system. The effect of cavitation is modelled for the LTFW pumps. The auxiliary LTFW pump is mainly used when in harbour or during blackout. 1-54 ERS-L11 MAN B&W 5L90MC-VLCC Ver.MC90-III User's Manual

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The fresh water temperature in the LTFW system is controlled by a PID controller, which actuates a three-way mixing valve, placed after the two fresh water coolers. This controller can be operated in manual or auto mode. The controller input signal is given by the temperature before the LTFW pumps. From the LT/HT junction, some of the LTFW is led directly to the FW coolers, while some is led to the HTFW loop. The High Temperature fresh water cools the liners of the main engine. Some of the excessive heat is used for heating the fresh water generator. The fresh water through the main engine is driven by a pair of HTFW pumps, of which only one is normally in operation. If the HTFW pumps stop, a small cooling medium flow will still be present as long as one of the LTFW pumps is running. If the main engine has been stopped for a long period of time, it is required to permit the HTFW flow to pass the preheater, which is supplied with steam. The effect of cavitation is modelled for the HTFW pumps. The auxiliary HTFW pump is mainly used when in harbour or during blackout. The HTFW system is controlled by a PID controller, which operates a three way mixing valve, mixing hot water from main engine outlet with cold water from the LT/HT junction. The temperature sensor may be moved from the outlet to the inlet of ME. If the FW of the main engine outlet is at boiling point, fresh water evaporation is simulated. The resulting low water level in the expansion tank leads to low pressure in the fresh water system. The HTFW pumps are especially liable to cavitate under these low pressure conditions, causing a reduction in ME cooling. The static pressure in the fresh water system is given by the water level in the fresh water expansion tank. There is a small constant consumption of fresh water due to leakage and evaporation. The expansion tank must be filled periodically. In bad weather, unsteady expansion tank level is simulated, and false alarms may arise. Actuator type can be changed from variable page.

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Start Air and Air Compressors

1.3.5.1 Start Air and Air Compressors Description The compressed air system consists of two start air compressors, one service air compressor, two start air receivers and one service air receiver. All compressors are started and stopped automatically according to air consumption. The compressor control system is included in the PowerChief system. If the mode selector switches on, the central Console is in AUTO position. The start air receivers can be operated in parallel or one of the receivers can be pressurized and shut off to be kept as a standby receiver. The start air leakage is set to give 2-3 compressor starts per hour. The air flow from the start air or service air compressor is dependent on the discharge (receiver) pressure. The main and the auxiliary diesel engines are started from the same start air receivers, but are supplied by separate air lines. The start air consumption for a main engine start is depending on start attempt duration and engine RPM. 1-56 ERS-L11 MAN B&W 5L90MC-VLCC Ver.MC90-III User's Manual

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The start air consumption for the diesel generators is constant for each start. The service air receiver supplies air to the control equipment in the engine room and to deck work purposes and soot blowing of exhaust boiler. The air to the control equipment is filtered and dried and its pressure reduced by a pressure reduction valve (part of the filter/drier assembly). All main control valves included in the simulated ship machinery are assumed to be air actuated. As the control air pressure is reduced, these valves will operate slower and the effective actuator time constants are increased. Various control loop problems may arise at low control air pressure. Some of the loops will be slow and stable, others conditionally unstable (unstable in an intermediate range). If the service air compressor fails, make-up air can be taken from the start air receivers. An automatic air reduction control valve reduces the make-up gradually at increasing service air pressure. The safety valves for the start air and service air receivers open at approximately 32 bar and 8 bar, respectively. The compressors are monitored by an independent local safety system. All compressors are cooled by water. High air outlet temperature is indicated by a red alarm light on the compressor panel. If the air temperature rises above an upper limit, the compressor will trip. The air receivers and the air coolers will gradually fill with water, depending on compressed air production. The receivers and coolers must be drained regularly. When operating the drain valves on the local panel, steady light indicates that water is being drained while flashing light indicates that dry air is blowing. Too much water in the start air receivers will lead to reduced starting capacity and possibilities for main engine water strike at start of engine. Too much water in the service air receiver will lead to problems with the oil viscosity controller. If the intermediate air cooler is not drained regularly, it will gradually be filled with water and overheat.

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Diesel Engine Driven Generator no. 1 and 2

1.3.6.1 Diesel Engine Driven Generator no. 1 & 2 Description Two of the generators are driven by diesel engines, modelled as high speed engines with all vital subsystems such as rpm governor, cooling water, lubrication oil, start air, turbo charger, air cooler and fuel oil. The diesel engines can run on both diesel and HFO by changing the position on the three way valve. The governor settings are available in a pop-up window with the following variables: Speed-droop (speed controller droop setting): Default setting = 50% which represents a speed droop approx. 2%. 100% = approx. 4% speed droop. Speed setpoint (basic speed at unloaded engine): Default setting = 1212 rpm. Load limit (speed controller max. Output limit): Default setting for the maximum fuel lever position = 100%. Compensation lever (speed controller gain): Default setting for the proportional gain is set to 12. Compensation valve (speed controller integral time): Default setting = 0,6 seconds. The governor response at different settings can be studied by means of the pop-up TREND window. ERS-L11 MAN B&W 5L90MC-VLCC Ver.MC90-III User's Manual

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Studies of the diesel engines behaviour while running in parallel, with different governor settings are recommended. NOTE! Frequency regulation stops when the Engine is overloaded (when alarm is activated).

The FW temperature controller is a proportional gain controller with BIAS setting. BIAS default setting is 50% which means that 50% is added. (Deviation * P-Gain) + BIAS = Output. The prelubrication pump: Interval lubrication with default setting: 3 seconds on and 60 seconds off. The prelubrication pump will stop when the diesel starts, if lubrication oil pump control is set to AUTO, and start when the diesel engine stops. The Engine Control Panel has all the functions and information normally found on a local control panel onboard: Selection of local/remote control of diesel Start/stop of diesel Trip functions with reset of these

The trip limits can be inspected and changed from the variable page.

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Electric Power Plant

1.3.7.1 Electric Power Plant Description The functions and information in this picture are similar to the functions and information normally found on a real main switch-board onboard when it comes to controlling of generators and their prime movers. The ship's electric distribution is grouped in 3 separate bus bar sections: Main Bus Bar 1 is powered by the diesel generators and turbo-generator. The shore supply is also connected to this bus bar. All main consumers are fed from this section. Main Bus Bar 2 is powered by the shaft generator. It is normally isolated from the bus bar 1 by a bus tie breaker. The consumers connected to bus bar 2 are all insensitive to frequency/voltage variations and hence are suitable for shaft generator supply. Some specially selected consumers are connected to the third bus bar section, the Emergency Bus Bar. Normally the bus tie breaker separating bus bar 1 and the emergency bus bar is closed. In black-out conditions the bus bar breaker opens, the emergency generator starts and, when ready, the generator is automatically connected to the emergency bus bar.

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The load of electric motors is generally not modelled in detail. Total electric load is computed by adding the rated power of all running motors and then correcting this sum with respect to the present line voltage/frequency. The typical current increase during the starting phase of an asynchronous motor is modelled. Some of the pumps are modelled in more detail. These can be operated at variable speed. The electric load is computed from hydraulic load based on pump characteristics and operational conditions. Some electric loads have no influence apart from that on the power generating system, like general consumers (lighting, heating, etc.) specified by the instructor. A static frequency converter is included. When active, it will convert the bus bar frequency to a frequency specified by the converters setpoint. The speed of the variable speed pumps will follow the output frequency. No variation in the electric slip is modelled, so pump speed is strictly proportional to frequency. The cable from shore can only be connected in port (no speed). The ship speed should be kept to zero by STOP SHIP function (mooring condition). At cable connection, the electric phase will be chosen at random. The phase sequence is indicated by a rotating light wheel. Clockwise rotation is correct. Pressing on WRONG PHASE light simulates a corrective phase change. For a smooth transfer, shore power can be synchronized to the ships electric net by adjusting the speed/phase of the ship generators before the generators are finally disconnected. The frequency and the load sharing between the generators are given through the joint effect of the speed governors. By using the lower/raise switches on the Load Control, the desired load sharing and network frequency can be obtained. Due to the difference in the torque characteristics of the generators, it will not be possible to keep the same load sharing over the whole power range (except by manual readjustment or by control action from the PowerChief system). The bus bar voltage and reactive load sharing between generators can be adjusted by trimming the generator magnetization. The main circuit breakers connecting each generator to the electric bus bar are disconnected automatically for the following reasons: connection shock overload current reverse current low voltage low frequency 1-61

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The reverse current protection takes place if the generator's prime mover (diesel engine or steam turbine) is shut down. The generator will then function as an electric motor driving the steam turbine or diesel engine, if it is not disconnected. Bus bar shock is most likely caused by a very rough connection to one of the other generators. Semi Synchronizing is a manual synchronizing to main bus. By selecting the generator to be connected by pressing the corresponding button and then manually adjust voltage and frequency until synchronization (READY lamp is lit), the generator is ready to connect. Connecting the generator to main bus is carried out by the CONNECT button. (Generator to be connected has to be selected and READY lamp must be lit.)

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Synchroscope Panel

1.3.8.1 Synchroscope Panel Description The synchroscope panel is used for manual connection of the generators to the bus bar. The panel consists of selector buttons for each generator, up/down control for excitation and frequency and connect/disconnect buttons for the main circuit breakers. Selecting a generator automatically connects the exitation, governor and breaker controls to that generator. The panel indicates the voltage and frequency of the bus and of the selected generator. A sychroscope indicates the phase relationship between main bus and selected generator. There is also an indicator to show that the selected generator is connected to the main bus.

1. Connection 1.1 The incoming generator must be running and not in AUTO on MD101. 1.2 Select incoming generator, voltage and frequency can be compared with bus. 1.3 Adjust excitation if necessary to give equal voltages. 1.4 Adjust governor control so that incoming generator is slightly faster than bus frequency. 1.5 Synchroscope indicator should be turning slowly in a clockwise direction.

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Connect breaker when the top synschroscope indicator is lit. The breaker connected light will show that the generator is now connected to the bus. Increase the governor speed to give the incoming generator some load. To manually share the load equally use the governor controls on MD70. Disconnection Ensure generator to be disconnected is not in AUTO on MD101 Use governor controls on MD70 to reduce the load on outgoing generator to zero. Select outgoing generator. Disconnect, breaker connected light goes out.

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Electrical Consumers

1.3.9.1 Electrical Consumers Description The circuit breakers for the different consumers are divided into seven separate groups. The main bus bar is divided into two separate main bus bars, I and II. In Sea operation both the Shaft generator and the Turbo generator have the capasity to serve the power demand during normal running. In stand-by operation (manoeuvring), it is recommended to connect an extra generator to avoid black-out due to heavy changes in load from bow thruster and deck machinery. In the consumer group number one and two, it is possible to simulate motor earth leakage and/or cable earth leakage on the different consumers from the variable page 4700-4800. Non-essential bus bar: Breakers for main air condition, main refrigeration system (not MD64!), main ventilation 1 & 2 are available from the variable page 5800 and are meant for simulating electric load. The ECR air condition is ready to start when the green indication lamp is lit (SW differential pressure more than 0.5 bar and the valve to the air condition cooler is open). Setpoint for ECR temperature is 25C. When ECR air condition is OFF, the temperature in the ECR will gradually increase to ER temperature.

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The ER ventilation 1 and 2 is started by pressing the corresponding buttons. The consumers will be disconnected by the non essential bus-bar breaker at overload on generators to avoid black-out. Total effect for these consumers is approximately 150 kW. Lightning bus bar: To be able to connect the Lightning Bus Circuit Breaker, the breakers to the transformer(s) have to be connected. Carried out from the variable page 7007 or from the Main Switch board panel. Electric earth leakage can be set on the accommodation, deck and engine room light from the malfunction page. There is included an instrument for measuring resistance against earth. Selecting of bus bar (440/220) and phase (R,S,T) by pressing the corresponding buttons.

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The groups are as follows: - Bow Thruster - Deck machinery - FO Booster Pump 1 - FO Booster Pump 2 - FO Supply Pump 1 - FO Supply Pump 2 - Main LO Pump 1 - Main LO Pump 2 - Main SW Pump 1 - Main SW Pump 2 - Main HTFW Pump 1 - Main HTFW Pump 2 - Main LTFW Pump 1 - Main LTFW Pump 2 - Aux FeedW. Pump - Comb. Air Fan - DO Purifier - LO Purifier - HFO Purifier - FO Transfer Pump - LO Make Up Pump - Start Air Compr. 1 - Service Air Compr. - Stern Tube Pumps - Propeller Servo - Fresh Water Plant - ER Ventilation 1 - ER Ventilation 2 - Inert Gas Plant - Boiler HFO Pump - Boiler DO Pump - Main Feed Water Pump - Primary FW Pump - FW Circ. Pump - Cond. Vacuum Pump - Aux Condensate Pump - ME Air Blower - Thermal Oil Pump - Incinerator - Main Air Condition - Main Refrig. System - Main Ventilation 1 - Main Ventilation 2 - ECR Air Condition - Accommodation Light - Deck Light - Engine Room Light - DG 1 LO Pump - DG 2 LO Pump - TG LO Pump - SG LO Pump - Aux LTFW Pump - Aux HTFW Pump - Aux SW Pump - Fire Pump - Start Air Compr. 2 - Bilge Pump - Steering Gear

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Steam Generation Plant

1.3.10.1 Steam Generation Plant Description The system is to be operated in two main modes: a) Cargo pumping The exhaust boiler and the TG are normally out of operation. The steam pressure of the secondary steam drum is operated at approx. 13 bar, supplying steam to the cargo pump turbines, capacity approx. 50 t/h. The primary steam pressure will vary according to load from 15 to 50 bar. Fuel heating/TG operation This mode is for miscellaneous steam heating purposes, and if the ME is running, for utilizing waste heat in the exhaust gas. The steam pressure will vary according to load conditions and exhaust energy, between 8 and 12 bar. The minimum pressure of 8 bar is maintained by automatic operation of the oil fired boiler, while the exhaust damper control limits the pressure to 12 bar.

b)

The steam generation plant consists of an exhaust boiler and an oil-fired boiler connected together by a common steam generator. To simplify the model drawing, the steam generator is presented as a separate unit. Often this is built together with the oil-fired boiler as a secondary drum placed over the primary drum (double pressure boiler).

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Steam from the oil-fired boiler's primary system is condensed to water in the steam generator and flows by gravity back to the primary drum. The water in the steam generator (secondary steam drum) flows by forced circulation to the evaporator section of the exhaust boiler and a mixture of water and steam returns to the secondary steam drum. The primary water system is hermetically sealed, and normally there is no consumption of primary water. If, however, the primary steam pressure gets so high that the safety valve opens or a water leakage occurs, the primary drum level will decrease. Refilling of primary water can be achieved by starting the primary make-up pump and opening the make-up valve. There are two feed water pumps for the secondary system. The water from the main FW pump is preheated in the exhaust boilers economizer section before entering the secondary steam drum, while the water from the auxiliary FW pump goes directly to the secondary drum. The auxiliary FW pump should be used only for high steam production (cargo pumping). This auxiliary pump has approximately 5 times the capacity of the main pump. The water level in the secondary drum is controlled by a PID level controller, driving the two feed water control valves in parallel from a common I/P converter. Both feed water pumps trip at high-high secondary drum water levels to protect steam consumers from water strike caused by water in the outlet steam. The heat transfer in the exhaust boiler is controlled by exhaust dampers which by-pass some of the exhaust from the main engine. The exhaust damper position is automatically set by a PID controller thus controlling the secondary steam pressure. The condensate from heating and miscellaneous service application returns to a condensate filter/inspection tank and then flows back to the feed water tank. The condensate from the condenser is pumped directly to the feed water tank. When the oil-fired boiler is in operation, there will be a constant water consumption due to the burners atomizing steam flow. Open drain/vent valves, blowing safety valves and steam and condensate leakage all reduce the water content in the feed water tank. Refill is taken from the distilled water tank. Note that consumption of FW in the distilled FW tank is not modelled. The feed water tank and the filter/inspection tank are modelled with heat loss to the surroundings. They will therefore gradually cool down if the inlet flows are stopped. The temperature of the condensate entering the inspection tank is assumed to have a constant value (80C). If the oil-fired boiler or exhaust boiler are dirty they must be cleaned (sootblowing). Secondary steam is used to sootblow the oil-fired boiler and service air sootblows the exhaust boiler. The exhaust boiler sootblowing equipment represents a very heavy load on the service air system when in operation. ERS-L11 MAN B&W 5L90MC-VLCC Ver.MC90-III User's Manual 1-71

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1.3.11

Boiler Combustion

1.3.11.1 Boiler Combustion Description A safety system cuts off the fuel oil supply to the boiler by closing the trip valve at the following conditions: stopped combustion air fan low primary water level low steam atomizing pressure no flame indication, both burners furnace explosion (missing purge) furnace explosion (DO operation)

Automatic combustion control with diesel oil is safe only when small burner nozzles are used. No atomizing steam is needed at diesel oil operation. The combustion control system consists of a master controller and two slave controllers, and also an oxygen controller. Its objectives are: to control the oil flow to the boiler to keep the secondary steam pressure as close to the pressure setpoint as possible. to supply correct amount of air relative to oil at any time to ensure efficient and safe combustion.

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The master controller generates an energy signal to a high/low select logic box. This computes the setpoints for the desired oil and air flow for the slave controllers. The master controller is a PID acting controller with feed forward from steam flow out of secondary steam drum and (optionally) primary steam pressure. The slave controllers are fully acting PID controllers. They must be set in manual mode during start-up. The function of the high/low select logic is to ensure that air command increases before oil command at load increase and that oil command is reduced before air command at load reduction. This is a standard logic block found in most boiler control schemes. Before start-up of the boiler the furnace must be air purged. The purging period is set long enough to change the air volume in the furnace about 4 times in accordance with classification societies safety requirements. The automatic lighting sequence is as follows (the sequence is not modelled in detail). air register is opened electric spark ignitor turned on oil shut off valve opened

If the flame detector does not see flame within approximately 6 seconds, the oil shut off valve and the air register are closed. Flashing light is indicating burner fault. When the burner is in operation the flame will be blown out if there is too much air compared to oil and it will be killed by lack of air if there is too much oil compared to air. Burner Management The boiler system includes a simple but efficient burner control system. It starts and stops burner no 2 (slave burner) according to need. It is in function only if burner no 1 (base burner) is on. The slave burner is started if the secondary steam pressure is under low limit and is stopped if the pressure is over high limit. To avoid burner cycling (frequent start and stop of burners caused by the mutual influence between combustion control and burner management), there is a time delay between start and stop. It is recommended to try several values of pressure limits and time delays to demonstrate its effect on the overall combustion control performance. If a burner fault occurs, the burner is shut down and the BURNER ON light is flashing. The cause of a burner fault is found by inspecting the trip code:

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too much oil during ignition too much air during ignition unstable flame caused by lack of oil unstable flame caused by lack of air flame detector failure

The heavy fuel oil is taken from the common HFO service tank and heated in a fuel oil heater. Normal operating temperature is 90C. If the heavy fuel oil gets colder than 80C, the smoke content will increase because of poor oil atomization. The burners will require more excess air for safe combustion. Atomizing steam is supplied from the secondary steam system via a steam reduction valve. At atomizing steam pressures lower than 3 bar the burners must be fired on diesel oil. The diesel oil is taken from the common DO service tank and is pumped into the boilers fuel oil line by a separate DO pump. Criteria to be fulfilled before Burner management is ready to be put in AUTO. - HFO selected (valve) - HFO pump running - HFO heater valve open - Air fan running - Atomizing steam valve open - Burner trip reset (no trip) - Primary heater valve open - All 4 controllers in AUTO - HFO temp > 80 degrC - Steam press > 7 bar (for atomizing) Note that the boiler fan and HFO pump are automatically started at reduced ME power i.e. the exhaust boiler is not sufficient to maintain the steam pressure. When the exhaust boiler is maintaining the steam pressure at increased ME power (oil fired boiler is stopped), the fan and HFO pump must be stopped manually.

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Boiler Combustion Control The objectives of the combustion control system are: to supply oil according to steam load to keep the (secondary) steam pressure constant. to supply correct amount of air for clean and safe combustion.

A double cascade control structure is used, consisting of a master (energy) controller generating the setpoints of two slave (air/oil) controllers working in parallel. This structure will be recognized as the standard one for large boiler combustion control systems. The feed back to the master controller is taken from the secondary steam pressure via a separate control sensor. An important feed forward signal is added to the master controller output, namely steam flow at steam generator outlet. An auxiliary feed forward signal is taken from the primary steam pressure. The air/oil ratio is automatically adjusted by the oxygen controller. The number of burners in operation will strongly influence the control performance. The study of the combustion control and the burner management system should therefore be coordinated. The great change in primary steam pressure at change in steam load is associated with a corresponding great change in energy content of the primary water system. This results in a big time response lag between input of fuel and measured change in secondary steam pressure which again makes the pressure control task job difficult. By introducing a feed forward signal from the primary steam pressure to the master controller and thus reduce the effective feed back information time delay, the pressure control performance can be significantly improved. This should be demonstrated. The software master controller can be exchanged by the external electronic controller. Possible feed forward signals will then be inactive. Note that the present boiler, like any large boiler, should be manually controlled (manual energy master, automatic air/oil slaves) during pressure raising. Not before the secondary steam pressure deviates less than 1-2 bar from the setpoint should the combustion control system be turned to full automatic control. Note finally that adjustments/studies of the combustion system should be coordinated with the steam generator level control system because of the mutual disturbance.

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The feed forward signal to master controller: Steam flow out (G05002*C05510) and: (Steam flow out - feed water flow in) * constant = (G05002-(G05011+G05012) * C05524 and optionally primary steam pressure (P05416*C05511) All feed forward signals are individually adjustable. Can be switched off by setting the Cvariable to zero (0).

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1.3.12

Oil Fired Boiler

1.3.12.1 Oil Fired Boiler Variables Description The oil-fired (double pressure) boiler is equipped with two steam atomizing oil burners and can produce approximately 50 t/h secondary steam at 15 bar (217,5 lbs sq.") and 410C (770F). The primary steam is condensed in the secondary drum (steam generator) and the condensate flows back to the primary drum by gravity. The steam pressure varies in the range 20-50 bar (290 - 725 lbs sq.") depending on load. Generally speaking one third of the released oil energy is transferred to the water cooled boiler walls by radiation in the furnace. The heat transfer in the steam generating bank and the superheater is mostly done by convection (direct contact between hot gas and heating surface). The steam generating bank is modelled in three sections. The superheater is fed by saturated secondary steam, temperature approximately 190C and delivers steam to the cargo turbines at a temperature above 400C. It consists of four sections arranged in counter flow with the flue gas.

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The water transport within the boiler is based on natural circulation. The panel wall tubes and steam generating tubes are riser tubes. The down-comer tubes connecting the upper and lower drum are placed outside the boiler walls (not shown in the drawing). The boiler must be fired with correct oil/air ratio, and carefully so that the superheater is not damaged (serious steam leakage ). Highest safe metal temperature in the superheater is 480C. Note that the superheater is cooled by its steam flow. When this is low, greater attention is required from the operator with respect to overheating. The boiler has an oxygen analyser and a smoke indicator. The combustion control system should be trimmed to give approximately 1% oxygen in flue gas (5% excess air). Combustion at more than 5% oxygen results in great flue gas energy losses and is very uneconomic. Less than 1% oxygen results in sooting tendencies with increasing smoke content in the flue gas. The system is furnished with soot blowing equipment to clean the heat transfer surfaces and increase the boiler efficiency. A steam heater supplied by secondary steam is installed in the lower primary water drum. The primary water can therefore be heated when the boiler is out of operation, to prepare for a short and safe firing up period.

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1.3.13

Steam Condenser

1.3.13.1 Steam Condenser Description The vacuum condenser is sea water cooled. It condenses the exhaust steam from the turbogenerator, the steam dumping system and the cargo pump turbines. There is no separate gland steam condenser in the system. The condensate is collected in the hot well from which it is taken by the condensate pumps to the feed water tank. Normally just the main condensate pump is in operation. During cargo pumping the auxiliary condensate pump, which has approximately 6 times the capacity, must be used. The pumps are modelled as cavitation pumps and the delivery increases strongly with hot well level. A separate level control system is therefore not required. The pressure in the condenser shell can be regarded as composed by two components; vapour pressure and pressure from non condensable gases. When the vacuum pump is stopped, the gas pressure will gradually increase and the total pressure slowly move towards atmospheric pressure. The air leakage increases strongly if the sealing steam has not been turned on. 1-80 ERS-L11 MAN B&W 5L90MC-VLCC Ver.MC90-III User's Manual

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The outlet valves of the cargo turbines should be closed when not in operation to stop air leakage from cargo turbine glands. The vapour pressure depends on the total steam flow to the condenser, the sea water flow and the sea water temperature. During cargo pumping a large amount of steam is required to be condensed and its heat of condensation transferred to the sea water cooling flow.

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Steam Generator

1.3.14.1 Steam Generator Description A steam dumping facility is provided. When it is activated, the steam is dumped directly to the condenser, thus avoiding loss of feed water. A flashing light indicates that dumping is activated. Dumping starts at approximately 17 bar. If the steam generator for some reason has been overfilled, excess water can be drained to the feed water tank by a separate drain line. If the steam generator is cold, there will be less than atmospheric pressure in the drum, and water will not flow unless the steam generator vent valve is opened, permitting air to equalize the pressure.

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There is therefore a mutual disturbing interaction between the combustion control and the water level control system. The water flow influences the steam pressure and the steam pressure the water flow. The three-point level control includes the feed forward signal from the difference between steam flow (outlet steam generator) and feed water flow (total). This control reduces the sensitivity to the disturbance set up by varying steam pressure, and to conditions like mismatched control valve (flow characteristic/hysteresis) or oversized feed water pump. Refer ro figure on next page and appendix C. NOTE! The feed forward is inactive if the external hardware controller is used. It is of vital importance that the steam pressure is steady when the level controller is adjusted. It is therefore recommended that the master combustion controller is set to MANUAL during level control trimming. This breaks the mutual interaction between pressure and level control.

Feed forward: Z05052 = (steam flow out - feed water flow in) * C05041 The feed forward signal is switched off when setting C05041 to zero (0).

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1.3.15

Fuel Oil Service Tanks

1.3.15.1 Fuel Oil Service Tanks Description The HFO service tank supplies clean heavy fuel to the engine fuel oil system (both ME & auxiliary engines) and the boiler. It is filled via the HFO separators system, taking suction from the HFO settling tanks. The separator(s) can also take oil from the HFO service tanks for reseparation, as well as reseparation of the settling tanks. The DO service tank supplies the main engine, the boiler and the auxiliary engines. Light fuel from the DO storage tank is transferred to the DO service tank by the DO purifier. The service tanks are equipped with steam heaters. The heat effect is proportional to the steam flow, which depends on the control valve position and the steam pressure. The temperature of the service tanks depends on steam heating, loss to surroundings and temperature of inlet flow from purifier and return flows. The fuel oil viscosity in the service tanks is computed. Drain or overflow from the service tanks goes to the spill oil tank. The HFO service tank has return pipes from boiler and from mixer tank inlet. The temperature of the fuel in the tanks is controlled by simple P-controllers, positioning the steam control valves according to tank temperature and setpoint.

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Fuel Oil Settling Tanks

1.3.16.1 Fuel Oil Settling Tanks Description A HFO transfer pump transports the fuel oil from the bunker tanks or the spill oil tank to one of two settling tanks. The transfer pump should be started locally at low settling tank level or high spill oil tank level. By means of flexible piping system the HFO separators can suck oil from one or both settling tanks, separate it and discharge it back to either of the settling tanks, or to the HFO service tank. The heating of the settling tanks is handled by automatic thermostatic control valves with an adjustable proportional band and setpoint. BIAS default setting is 40% which means that 40% is added. (Deviation * P-Gain) + BIAS=Output. If the temperature of the oil in the settling tank cools below a certain limit, it will be difficult for the separators feed pump to transport the oil. The process of water precipitation in the settling tanks is properly modelled so that the water in the oil from the bunker tank will gradually fall towards the tank bottom by force of gravity. The water content in the oil from the bunker tank can be adjusted from the variable page.

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If the collected water is not discharged regularly, HFO separators problems will finally be experienced (such as a broken water seal). The drain valves can be opened at the local panel. In order to simulate visual inspection of the water/oil mixture, use is made of the valve's panel light. A steady light indicates that the valve is open and water is flowing. A flashing light indicates that the valve is open and mostly oil is flowing. Note that the flashing light function is available only when Local Panel is used for operating the fuel oil settling tanks, in the engine room. The fuel oil quality (heat value, viscosity and density) in the settling tanks is set manually by the instructor. Studies of how the fuel oil quality influences on the Main Engine (governor response) are recommended.

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Fuel Oil Transfer System

1.3.17.1 Fuel Oil Transfer System Description The heavy fuel oil transfer system includes four bunker tanks, one spill oil tank, a transfer pump and necessary piping. The transfer pump can suck oil from any of the bunker tanks or the spill oil tank and discharge it to the settling tanks or back to the bunker tanks. The bunker tanks are heated by steam. The heat transfer is proportional to the steam pressure which is set by manually controlled throttle valves. If the heating is turned off, the bunker tank temperature will slowly cool down towards ambient (SW) temperature. The flow resistance in the heavy fuel oil lines is dependent on temperature. The resistance increases at temperatures below 60C (140F); below 20C (68F) no flow is possible.

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The spill oil tank input comes from the following tanks: over flow: HFO settling tank 1 HFO settling tank 2 HFO service tank DO service tank

drain flow: Mixer tank HFO service tank DO service tank

discharge flow: Main Engine(s) lub.oil system

Engine room fire If high alarm in the spill oil tank is disregarded and the tank starts to overflow, engine room fire is likely to (will) develop. The fire can be extinguished after the following actions have been taken: the engine room ventilation fans stopped. the main engine stopped. the sea water fire line made operational.

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HFO Separator System

1.3.18.1 HFO Separator System Description There are two HFO separators of ALCAP type. The two HFO separators that can be operated in single or parallel clean heavy fuel oil, usually taken from the settling tanks and discharge it to the HFO service tank. ALCAP Operating Principle The oil to be cleaned is continuously fed to the separator. Separated sludge and water accumulate at the periphery of the bowl. Normally a sludge discharge takes place at specific time intervals, but if the water contamination is high, an earlier discharge may be initiated. When separated water reaches the disk stack, some water escapes with the cleaned oil. The increase in water content is sensed by a water transducer installed in the clean oil outlet. When the water content in the cleaned oil reaches a specific trigger level, the control program will initiate an automatic discharge of the water in the bowl. The water is discharged with the sludge through the sludge ports at the periphery of the bowl. If the water contamination is so high that the trigger level is reached within 15 minutes (adjustable) after the last sludge discharge, the water drain opens. The valves remain open for a specific time after the water content has passed the trigger level on its way down. 1-90 ERS-L11 MAN B&W 5L90MC-VLCC Ver.MC90-III User's Manual

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If the water content in the cleaned oil does not decrease below the trigger level within 2 minutes after a sludge discharge or a water discharge through the water drain valve, there will be an alarm and the inlet oil valve will close. On the ALCAP control panel there are indications of the following alarms: -Water Transducer Failure -Sludge Discharge Failure -High Oil Pressure -Low Oil Pressure -High/Low Oil Temperature -No Displ. Water -High Vibration Water transducer failure alarm is activated if the transducer is measuring less than 0.05% water content in the outlet oil. Since it is not possible to measure a water content below this value in this separator system, this limit is used to indicate a fault condition of the transducer. Onboard, this failure could be loose connections, faulty oscillator unit, etc. This malfunction is set by the instructor in the malfunction page M0603. After repair of transducer, we have to reset the ALCAP before it is possible to start the separator. High oil outlet pressure alarm is indicated when oil pressure out is more than 1.9 bar. Low oil outlet pressure alarm is indicated when oil pressure out is less than 1.45 bar. When we have open for free flow, we have to reset the ALCAP before start. High/Low oil temperature alarm is activated if the oil temperature differs more than 5% from setpoint. This malfunction can be triggered from the malfunction page M0604 (Heater failure) or by changing setpoints directly on the heater controller when the controller is set to manual operation. When the oil temp is within 5% from setpoint we have to reset the ALCAP before start. No displ. water alarm is activated when the ALCAP control system tries to fill water but there is no water supply caused of a shut water supply valve. When we have open for water supply we have to reset the ALCAP before start. High vibration alarm is activated when we have high vibration in the separator bowl. When this alarm is activated, the separator will be emptied, the ALCAP control system will be shut down, the oil will be recirculated (three way valve will close against separator) and the electrical motor will stop. This malfunction is set from the malfunction page M0602.

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After repair attempt, we have to reset the ALCAP before start. Sludge discharge failure alarm is activated if the separator is not able to empty the separator for water and sludge. The ALCAP control system will directly try a new sludge/discharge sequence. If the water transducer still measures to high water content in the oil, the separator will be emptied, the ALCAP control system is shut down and the oil will be recirculated. This malfunction is set from the malfunction page M0601. After repair attempt, we have to reset the ALCAP before start.

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DO Purifier System

1.3.19.1 DO Purifier System Description The DO purifier cleans diesel oil, usually taken from the DO storage and discharges it to the DO service tank. The feed flow to the purifier is driven by separate variable speed pump. In case of purifier break down, the purifier can be by-passed and the feed pump operated as a transfer pump. The oil will be circulated through the heater by the feed pump. If the oil temperature is correct and full speed is reached, the purifier can be put in service by following the procedure for purifier shooting (ejection cycle). The DataChief pressure and temperature alarms are inhibited in By-pass mode. The oil discharge pressure will build up to normal value when the separation process starts functioning properly.

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The purifier is modelled with an automatic dirt build-up within the bowl. After each ejection cycle the bowl is cleaned. If the dirt cumulative exceeds an upper limit, lost water seal will occur. The purifier therefore must be cleaned regularly. The rate of dirt build-up can be adjusted by the instructor. If the oil inlet temperature drops under a given limit or increases above a given limit, the normal separation process is disturbed, resulting in lost water seal. If the flow resistance of the discharge line is too high, the water seal will break. If the oil temperature reaches a critical low limit the purifier will stop due to motor overload. There is a constant consumption of operating water and the operating water tank must be manually refilled on low alarm or before. The efficiency of the purifier is much dependent on the gravity ring setting and the feed flow. Low feed flow and large gravity ring result in better purification while small gravity ring increases the maximum flow admitted before broken water seal is probable to occur. The cleaning procedure described will be done automatically at regular intervals by the PowerChief central monitoring system if the selector switch on the local purifier panel is in AUTO position.

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LO Purifier System

1.3.20.1 LO Purifier System Description The LO purifier cleans lubricating oil, usually taken from the main engine sump tanks (drain tanks) and discharges it to engine sump tanks. The feed flow to the purifier is driven by separate variable speed pump. In case of purifier break down, the purifier can be by-passed and the feed pump operated as a transfer pump. The oil will be circulated through the heater by the feed pump. If the oil temperature is correct and full speed is reached, the purifier can be put in service by following the procedure for purifier shooting. The DataChief pressure and temperature alarms are inhibited in by-pass mode. The oil discharge pressure will build up to normal value when the separation process starts functioning properly. The oily water sludge and the drain from the ejection cycle is collected in a sludge tank common for all purifiers. At loss of water seal, the separation process within the rotating bowl breaks down and all the oil supplied to the purifier will occur in the sludge line. The oil discharge pressure will be low and the central alarm system will be activated. Much oil discharging through the 1-96 ERS-L11 MAN B&W 5L90MC-VLCC Ver.MC90-III User's Manual

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sludge line (broken water seal) is indicated by flashing oil inlet light. The oil inlet valve should be closed immediately. The purifier is modelled with an automatic dirt build-up within the bowl. After each cleaning sequence the bowl is cleaned. If the dirt cumulative exceeds an upper limit, lost water seal will occur. The purifier must therefore be cleaned regularly. The rate of dirt build-up can be adjusted by the instructor. If the oil inlet temperature drops under a given limit or increases above a given limit, the normal separation process is disturbed, resulting in lost water seal. If the flow resistance of the discharge line is too high, the water seal will break. If the oil temperature reaches a critical low limit, the purifier will stop due to motor overload. There is a constant consumption of operating water, and the operating water tank must be manually refilled on low alarm or when needed. The efficiency of the purifier is much dependent on the gravity ring setting and the feed flow. Low feed flow and large gravity ring result in better purification while small gravity ring increases the maximum flow admitted before broken water seal is probable to occur. The cleaning procedure described will be done automatically at regular intervals by the PowerChief central monitoring system if the selector switch on the local purifier panel is in AUTO position.

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Stern Tube System

1.3.21.1 Stern Tube System Description The stern tube bearings are lubricated by two separate gravity LO tanks, one high and one low gravity. These are selectable and should be chosen according to vessel draft. Oil cooling occurs when refilling the tanks. The heat exchanger is a LT fresh water cooled LO cooler. The gravity tanks are automatically refilled at low level in tanks. These levels are found and can be adjusted from the variable page. In Auto mode, the pumps will act as stand-by pumps (will start if the running pump fails to maintain the level in the gravity tank). Stopping of pumps has to be carried out manually. Refilling of LO sump tank by starting the make up pump.

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Propeller Servo Oil System

1.3.22.1 Propeller Servo Oil System Description The propeller pitch servo is operated by high pressure hydraulic oil supplied by a shaft driven pump. An electric pump is used at start. The pitch control is dependent on hydraulic pressure. At low oil pressure, the maximum rate of pitch change is reduced correspondingly. If the oil is cold, the pitch servo acts more slowly. The generated heat is removed by fresh water cooled LO cooler, controlled by a P - controller. The arrangement is similar to that of the gear LO system. The propeller shaft bearings are lubricated via a separate gravity LO tank. Default settings for the controller are: P-gain = 10 BIAS = 50%

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Ship Propulsion System

1.3.23.1 Ship Propulsion Description The ship represents a very large crude oil carrier (VLCC) and is powered by a slow speed engine. The propeller characteristics are realistically modelled. The propeller torque and thrust depend on ship speed, propeller revolution, propeller pitch and rudder deflection. The hull resistance is typical for a VLCC. It is made dependent on ship speed, ship, draft, heel and trim, depth of water, weather condition (wave/wind) and the hulls degree of fouling. The basic ship speed response constant is correctly modelled to be dependent on the load condition. By selecting the FAST or VERY FAST button in the SHIP DYNAMICS menu, in Operating Condition page, the instructor can change the apparent response speed to save time: 1 times true response 2 times true response 4 times true response NORMAL FAST VERY FAST

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The hull drag force includes water resistance due to waves, wind and ice. The weather condition sets the general level of wave disturbance. There is no directional influence. The wind force is specified by mean wind speed and wind direction. The influence of the sea waves, set by the instructor, is modelled in three ways:

(1) The wave effect on the propeller is simulated by adding the hydrodynamic propeller torque random disturbances (low-pass filtered, white noise). The revolution will vary somewhat and the AutoChief system will be disturbed in its speed controlling function.

(2) The pitch and roll movement of the ship is simulated by adding to the liquid level in the following tanks periodic random disturbances (band-pass filtered, white noise): ME FW expansion tank ME LO service tank HFO service tank DO service tank engine room bilge well steam generator water drum

(3) The breaking effect of the waves on ship speed is simulated by increasing the propulsion resistance. Ship speed will drop and the main engines will thus be more heavily loaded. The water depth can be specified and the shallow water effect demonstrated. The effect is noticeable only if the depth is less than 2-3 times ship draft. A bow thruster can be operated from the bridge. The thruster pitch is adjustable. Note that the bow thruster force will decrease at increasing speed ahead and at full speed the bow thruster hardly has any effect. Electric power is taken from Main Bus Bar 2, normally supplied by the shaft generator.

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1.3.24

Steering Gear System

1.3.24.1 Steering Gear System Description The steering gear system is of the IMO model with the functionality required according to Classification Societies for gas carriers and oil tankers above 100000 tons. The steering gear will automatically split into two (2) separate systems in case of a leakage in one of the hydraulic systems. At major leakage in one of the systems, the affected system will, after the separation, be shut down (pump stops, control valve block will close, and by pass valves will open). When the fault is identified and repaired, the valves have to be manually put back to normal position. The systems can also be separated manually by means of the Safematic valve block and the by-pass valves.

The steering gear pressure is controlled by the pressure control valve. Default setting is 75 bar. Above this pressure, the hydraulic oil will be by-passed back to the oil sump.

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Emergency steering is carried out from this diagram, in case of system communication failure with the bridge. The steering gear is able to change the rudder position from 35 deg. to 30 within 48 sec. with one pump and 24 sec. with two pumps, undependant of ship speed (the increased demand of thrust on the rudder at higher ship speed is taken care of by increased pump pressure). For studies of mutual influence between the steering gear and autopilot the autopilot is made available in the mimic diagram 58.

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Ship Course Control

1.3.25.1 Ship Course Control Description An auto pilot controls the rudder position. Like most modern auto pilots it is in principle a PD controller. The proportional gain (course gain) and the derivative gain (rate gain/counter rudder gain) can be adjusted. The weather adjustment feature often found is represented by the course deadband. The rate of turning is displayed in non-dimensional form. It can be interpreted as the inverse of the current turning radius (measured in ship lengths). Example : rate = 0.2 means turning radius is 5 ship lengths. The steering gear pumps create necessary hydraulic power for the rudder. The rudder rate is dependent on hydraulic flow.

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Ambient Temperatures The ambient sea water and air temperature can be set from the instructors Console. The sea water temperature affects the operational conditions of all FW, LO and air coolers. At high sea water temperature, problems may develop, especially if the heat exchangers are dirty. A modified sea water temperature is used as an equilibrium temperature to which the temperatures of different tanks, etc. gradually will drop if left without heating for a sufficient period of time. The air temperature in the machinery space is modelled, depending on total main engine and auxiliary engine power, ambient air temperature and number of engine room ventilation fans in operation. If an engine room fire occurs, the temperature will rapidly increase to very high levels. The machinery space air temperature affects the scavenging air temperature of all diesel engines and also affects the combustion temperature of the oil-fired boiler. A simple model of the engine control room (ECR) air conditioning system is included. If the air conditioner is not on or has failed, the engine control room temperature will gradually approach machinery space temperature. If an engine room fire occurs, the air conditioning system becomes overloaded and will fail. A simulated break down of the control monitor system (DataChief, AutoChief and PowerChief) occurs if the engine control room temperature exceeds the equipment's ultimate design temperature, 55C. Note that the air conditioning system requires sea water for cooling. This is taken from the SW system. Lack of sea water is indicated by a flashing light.

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1.3.26

Main Engine Lubricate Oil System

1.3.26.1 Main Engine Lubricate Oil System Description The lubrication oil from the main engine sump is collected in a service tank below the engine. The LO pumps are protected by a pressure relief valve which opens for pressure over a preset value. These valves are not modelled in detail and are not available from the variable list. The service tank oil can also be cleaned in a LO purifier. New oil is entered by a make-up pump with flow directly to the service tank. The lubrication oil is cooled in two LT fresh water cooled LO coolers and is then passing a double filter before it enters the main engine. The LO temperature is controlled by a PI controller, which regulates a by-pass valve for the LO coolers. The LO filters must be cleaned regularly to avoid pressure/flow reduction. The service tank oil level will gradually decrease due to oil consumption and possible drain/sludge discharge from the purifier.

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The level is unstable in poor weather and if the level is low, there may be false alarms/shut downs. If the purifier is operated with broken water seal, much oil is continuously discharged to the sludge tank and there is a risk of emptying the LO well completely. The oil pressure after the pumps will be reduced towards zero as the LO service well runs dry. The oil temperature in the service tank is affected by the return oil flow/temperature from the main engine, the oil flow/temperature from the purifier and the heat loss to the surroundings. If all inlet flows stop, the temperature will gradually approach ambient air temperature. Low oil temperature gives reduced pressure at main engine. Cylinder Lubrication A simple cylinder lubrication model is included. There will be a steady consumption of cylinder oil, dependent on main engine speed. The cylinder LO tank must be refilled periodically. At low cylinder LO tank level there will be ME slow down/shut down. Cam Lubrication The lubrication oil from the main engine cam shaft is collected in a cam shaft LO tank. The LO pressure is controlled after the two cam LO pumps by a pressure control valve with return flow to the cam LO tank. Cam LO tank make-up is taken from the LO inlet main engine line. Discharge of the tank is directly to the spill oil tank. The cam lubrication oil is cooled by a LT fresh water cooled LO cooler and is then passing a double filter before it enters the main engine. The LO temperature is controlled by a P controller, which regulates a by-pass valve for the cam LO cooler. The LO filters must be cleaned regularly to avoid pressure/flow reduction.

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1.3.27

ME Bearing System

1.3.27.1 ME Bearing System Description The bearing system includes: 6 main journal bearings 5 crankshaft bearings 5 cross-head bearings 1 thrust bearing.

The bearing temperature depends on the cylinder power, the lubricating oil flow and temperature, and ambient temperature. The shaft friction includes static friction as well as speed-dependent friction.

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1.3.28

Fuel Oil System

1.3.28.1 Fuel Oil System Description Fuel oil from the Heavy Fuel Oil service tank and the Diesel Oil service tank are mixed in an oil mixing valve. Two fuel oil supply pumps with 4 bar outlet pressure transport the fuel oil to the venting tank. The two booster fuel oil pumps connected to the venting tank and the heaters, operate at 8 bar outlet pressure. Two fuel oil filters in parallel permit repair/cleaning of one of them during normal operations. The flow from the pressure control valve at the main engine returns fuel oil to the venting tank. The fuel flow to the main engine and diesel generators is measured by a flow meter (totalizer) mounted in the common inlet pipe to the venting tank. The FO totalizer can be by-passed to permit repair. If the plant is shut down with no heating, the oil in the venting tank will cool down because of heat loss to the surroundings. The oil viscosity in the venting tank, depending on temperature and possible dilution by DO is computed. If the viscosity at booster pump inlet is high, the FO pump discharge pressure will decrease. ERS-L11 MAN B&W 5L90MC-VLCC Ver.MC90-III User's Manual 1-109

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The flow resistance in FO heaters and filters are dependent on viscosity. The FO pipe line and the venting tank can be heated by steam (steam tracing). The steam has to be turned on/off manually. If the oil in the FO pipe gets too cold, the pressure drop across the FO filter and FO heater increases strongly. The oil pressure from the booster pumps will drop correspondingly. The oil delivery from the booster pumps is reduced if the suction pressure drops below a certain limit. Because of the steam tracing facility, the main engine can be stopped and restarted on HFO. The normal procedure, however, is to change to DO a short time before shut down of engine. This has a cleaning effect by filling the piping system with diesel oil and ensures a safe start-up at a later time. The change over from HFO to DO or vice versa should be performed gradually. If the rate of temperature reduction during transfer from HFO to DO is too high, some of the HP injection plungers might stick due to plunger liner contraction / reduced lubrication. The heavy fuel oil tank and the venting tank can be drained to the spill oil tank. If a water leakage in the service tank heater has occurred, it will be necessary to empty the HFO tank and to drain water from the venting tank. Fuel Oil Gassing If the fuel oil temperature after the FO heaters rises higher than the fuels boiling temperature, gassing of the oil is simulated. Oil viscosity is taken as a gassing indicator. As this falls under approximately 2 cSt, gassing of the fuel oil gradually starts, leading to: The running of the main engine is disturbed. The signal from the viscosity meter becomes very noisy.

Normally HFO gassing develops above 135C and for DO above 80C (adjustable).

Fuel Oil Viscosity Control The viscosity controller positions the steam valve of the FO heater directly (single PID loop), or indirectly by adjusting the setpoint of a separate slave controller (cascade control). The slave controller is of PID type. The feed back signal to the slave controller is the mean tube metal temperature of the FO heaters (high selected).

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The viscosity sensor can be mounted any place between the FO heater and ME inlet by specification of nominal transport time delay. Note that the actual time delay will be adjusted according to FO flow. The delay will increase rapidly at low FO flow and may then cause oscillations. At low load it may prove necessary to stabilize the control by reducing the steam supply to the FO heaters.

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1.3.29

ME Fuel Oil High Pressure System

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1.3.29.1 ME Fuel Oil High Pressure System The screen indicates the Variable Injection Timing (VIT) system for the engine. VIT will advance the fuel timing to raise the combustion pressure at engine loads below 100%, and hence improve the fuel efficiency. The start and finish of the fuel advancement can be adjusted over the range of the engine, by means of the starting and ending point. Air pressure to advance fuel timing

Break point @ 52% fuel rack

Starting point @ 40% fuel rack

Ending point @ 61% fuel rack

Fuel rack position

To adjust the timing of the fuel pumps, three options are available: a) The individual adjustment at the upper control lever (to compensate for the wear within the fuel pump the timing would be advanced. 1mm reduction in the fuel pump setting is approximately 0.8o advancement.) b) The collective adjustment input (to compensate for the quality of the supplied fuel. Reducing the collective setting by 10% would advance all fuel pumps by 0.8o) c) The variable adjustment due to fuel rack position (to increase the fuel efficiency of the engine. Dependant upon the start, break and end points, with default settings of 40, 52 and 61% to achieve actual engine characteristics). The actual VIT advancement applied to each fuel pump is displayed beside the upper fuel pump control lever, and is the summation of the above three options. Hence each individual fuel pump can be adjusted to provide the optimum fuel timing with regard to fuel type and quality, and engine load. Excess fuel timing advancement should be avoided as this will: a) Increase the maximum combustion pressure, and hence cylinder and bearing loading b) Affect the ability of the engine to start effectively. Following adjustments to the VIT system the operator should monitor the combustion pressure over the complete engine load range, especially from 50 100% load using the Cylinder Indication screen MD120.

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1.3.30

Main Engine Turbocharger System

1.3.30.1 Main Engine Turbo-charger System Description The main engine is supercharged by double, constant pressure turbo-chargers. The turbocharged air is cooled in a Fresh water cooled air cooler before entering the main engine. The air cooler must be kept clean to enable it to provide a sufficient amount of cool air to the engine. Hot air will lead to high exhaust temperatures, greater heat losses and increased specific fuel oil consumption. Dirty turbo-charger air filters throttle the scavenging air flow and will result in reduced engine performance. The exhaust gas from all main engines enters a common exhaust boiler. The exhaust boiler must be kept clean. High back pressure reduces scavenging air flow and engine efficiency, especially at high power. The turbo-charger model is composed of two separate units, a centrifugal air compressor and a single stage gas turbine. Major variables influencing the compressor torque: 1-114 discharge pressure (air receiver)

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suction pressure (air filter diff. pressure) air inlet temperature (density) compressor speed

Major turbine torque variables: exhaust receiver pressure exhaust receiver temperature back pressure (exhaust boiler diff. pressure) turbine speed

The turbo-charger speed is computed on the basis of the torque balance differential equation shared by the turbine and the compressor model units. Preset value for start stop of aux. blower is respectively 0.2 bar and 0.4 bar. Slide valves can be changed to auto or manual from variable page 1301. Limits for open/close of second slide valve is available from variable page 1301, preset values are low limit = 0.4 bar and high limit = 1.5 bar.

Waste Heat Recovery: See separate description.

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1.3.31

ME Control System

1.3.31.1 Main Engine Control System Description The main engine remote system is based on AutoChief, which was developed by Kongsberg Maritime and installed onboard several hundred ships. AutoChief is designed for remote control of both reversible and non reversible engines, i.e. engines with CPP. For educational purposes both are built into the simulator.

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The ME Control System consists of the following: ME Control State Display - The ME Control state display (upper part of AutoChief control panel) which shows by lit diodes: - The command position (bridge or engine control room) - Stop, stop command is given, throttle is set to stop position - Ahead if throttle is set to ahead position - Astern if throttle is set to astern position - Start blocked, if one or more of the following is activated: Start failure: After 3 start attempts and the engine is still not running Start air pressure to low (default setting = 12 bar) Control air pressure to low (default setting = 2 bar) Reversing failure Start too long Braking failure Turning Gear engaged Engine tripped Above reversing level: When running ahead and astern command is given, the braking air is not supplied before the rpm is below the reversing level which is set to 33 rpm. When in Emergency Run, the reversing level is set to 40 rpm. If the engine is not stopped within the Brake Air Time Limit which is set to 8 seconds a Brake Air Failure alarm will be activated. This will probably happen if we at full speed ahead give an astern command because the ship speed/propeller effect will delay the rpm decreasing. Indication of cam position ahead/astern Indication of slow turning Indication of start attempts Indication of fuel off (the fuel pumps are punctured), when setting the throttle to stop position. Indication of direction of propeller rotation.

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Additional Information and Adjustable Parameters AC CONTROL STATE Pop-up Window Indication of Engine running/stopped Indication of starting (start air is supplied) Waiting for ignition Waiting for reversing speed (waiting for the rpm to come below 33) Reversing cam (camshaft is changing position) Braking air on (rpm below 33 or 40 in emergency run) Indication of Start/Revers/Brake failure

When popping up the AC CONTROL STATE window: The governors PID settings are available. These parameters are also available when popping up the governor directly. Changes of parameters at one place will automatically update the other. AC start air Off Speed (setting of rpm for start air cut off and fuel is supplied, default = 33rpm for normal, 40 rpm for emergency) Start air Time Limit (max. time for start air supply, default = 8 seconds). If the engine is not started within 8 seconds, Start failure alarm is activated Brake Air Time Limit (max. time for braking air supply, default = 8 seconds. If the engine is not stopped within 8 seconds, Braking failure alarm is activated Critical speed Low and high limits (default = 40-42 rpm)

ME Shut Down Indication Indication of Low LO Pressure Shut Down Indication of High Temp. Thrust Bearing Shut Down Indication of High Temp. Cyl. Cooling Water Shut Down Indication of Overspeed Shut Down Indication of Turning Gear In When popping up the ME SHUT DOWN window, the settings for the parameters are available. ERS-L11 MAN B&W 5L90MC-VLCC Ver.MC90-III User's Manual

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Thermal Monitor Indication by lit diode when Thermal limiter is active. Indication of actual Speed Setpoint (speed command) Indication of Thermal rpm limit (will vary according to heat index) Indication of Thermal index (will vary according to load)

All settings for the thermal limiter are available when popping up the Thermal monitor window. Refer to description and figures in chapter 1.2.1.1.9.

Load Monitor Indication, by lit diode, when Scav air limiter is active Indication, by lit diode, when Torque limiter is active All settings for the scav. air and torque limiter are available when popping up the window in MD19 picture.

ME Slow Down Indication of ME Slow Downs, by lit diodes When popping up the window, all the different shut downs (10) with the different settings are available.

ME Fail -

Indication of Start failure Indication of Reversing failure Indication of Braking failure (engine not stopped within 8 sec.) Indication of Start air pressure (to low) Indication of Control Air pressure (to low)

The settings for minimum start air and control air pressure are available when popping up the window.

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Safety Overrides If override of safety function(s) has been carried out from ECR or Bridge, this will be indicated on the ME Control System by lit diode(s): ME Shut Down (override of thrust bearing temperature and cyl. cool. water) ME Slow Down (all slow downs are overrided) Thermal Load Program (overrides the load program) Control Limiters (overrides the ME Fail start inhibiters and load limiters)

Note taht the above slow down and shut down overrides van be changed in the safety override pop-up. Refer to 1.3.1.1.20 for details. All settings are available both from the pop-up windows and the variable pages.

Fixed Propeller The propeller pitch is fixed to 0.9 P/D and the RPM is controlled from the dial on the AutoChief panel.

Engine Speed Control The RPM set-point has different modes. These modes can be selected on the AutoChief panel, and are based on: Shaft generator the RPM is set fixed to 60 Hz on the shaft generator (not present for the PTI/PTO system) Locked Fuel Link the fuel link is locked to avoid movement caused by the RPM governor Direct Fuel Link controls the fuel link directly from the throttle

Emergency Stop The fuel oil pumps are forced to Stop position.

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1.3.32

Main Engine Local Control

1.3.32.1 ME Local Control Description The main engine is modelled with Starting air valve to open and close manually, it is also possible to engage and disengage turning gear. The stop cylinder and start air distributor can be operated separately. This may be necessary when the ship has been stopped for a long time, i.e. during docking. When carrying out work on the main engine during individual teating, it is normal to block the fuel rack manually. The auxiliary blowers can be operated manually by setting the control system to manual and then start the blowers one by one. The most important engine information is displayed.

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1.3.33

ME Cylinder no. 1 - no. 5

1.3.33.1 ME Cylinder no. 1 - no. 5 Description Each of the cylinders is modelled separately. The cylinders are modelled with uniflow scavenging and exhaust valves. The cylinder space, the piston, the cylinder liner, the injection valve and the top cover are modelled explicitly. The mean exhaust temperature depends on the amount of oil injected, air charged, thermodynamic cylinder efficiency, jacket cooling water and piston cooling oil temperature. The injection valve metal temperature and the cooling water outlet temperature are dependent on the cooling water inlet temperature, the cylinder power, the top cover metal temperature and the cooling water flow. Generated mean indicated pressure from each cylinder contributes to the crankshaft torque.

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1.3.34

Piston Ring Monitor

1.3.34.1 Piston Ring Monitor The screen provides an indication of the piston ring condition within each cylinder. Two bar charts are provided for each cylinder. The cylinder can be selected, and provides a display for each piston ring for sealing and movement. Under normal circumstances the ring sealing and movement will be high. Should the ring wear increase then ring sealing will reduce, whereas should the cylinder lubrication be reduced, then the ring movement will reduce. When the ring sealing and movement reduce below an acceptable level, then an alarm will be activated.

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1.3.35

Exhaust Boiler

1.3.35.1 Exhaust Boiler Description The exhaust from the main engine(s) is cooled in an exhaust boiler before entering the stack. At full power, the steam generated in the exhaust boiler is sufficient to drive the turbo-generator and supply steam for various heating purposes. At reduced ME power and/or dirty exhaust boiler, the oil-fired boiler may have to be operated in parallel with the exhaust boiler. Note that the Boiler fan and FO supply pump will start automatically when Burner Management is active. When oil fired boiler stops at increased ME power, the pump and fan have to be stopped manually. The exhaust boiler consists of a superheater section, a two folded evaporator section, and an economiser section. Saturated steam from the secondary steam drum (steam generator) is heated in the superheater and is then fed to the turbo-generator. Water at a temperature close to boiling is pumped from the secondary drum through two evaporator passes. A mixture of steam and water returns to the secondary drum for separation. The economiser is supplied with water from the feed water tank by the main FW pump. The water is heated by the hot gases in the economiser and the preheated water produced continues into the secondary steam drum. Normally no boiling occurs in the economiser. 1-124 ERS-L11 MAN B&W 5L90MC-VLCC Ver.MC90-III User's Manual

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The exhaust flow passing the heating surfaces is dependent on the total exhaust flow and the exhaust damper position which is controlled by a PID controller. Transferred heat at each section depends on the local gas temperature and flow. The heat transfer in the evaporator is sharply reduced if the recirculation pump stops; this reduction causes a gradual drop in steam pressure. The exhaust boiler should be cleaned regularly, by using the air driven sootblowing equipment, if full turbo-generator power capability is to be maintained.

Exhaust Boiler Damper Control When the exhaust boiler is in operation, the secondary steam pressure is kept constant by a PID controller which sets the position of the boilers gas dampers. When the steam load is low, more exhaust gas is by-passed and vice versa. When both boilers are in operation, there will be an indeterminate load sharing and possible oscillations if the pressure setpoints of the master controller and the damper controller are set equally. Realistically, large backlash in the damper positioning gear can easily be simulated by adjustment of the hysteresis element.

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Shaft Generator/Motor

1.3.36.1 Shaft Generator/Motor (PTO/PTI) Description Shaft Generator The shaft generator/motor system consists of the following main components: Control system Static converter Shaft generator/motor Synchronous condenser Smoothing reactor

The power from the shaft of the main engine drives the shaft generator via a gear and a clutch. The Shaft Generator can already supply the ships network with electrical energy at 40% of main engine speed. A symmetrical three phase system with frequency proportional to speed and constant voltage is supplied by the separately excited shaft generator. The converter on the generator side produces from that the D.C. link current. The D.C. link voltage within the speed range of 40% - 75% is proportional to the speed of the shaft generator. Within the speed range of 75% - 100% the D.C. link voltage is stabilized by controlling of the excitation of the shaft generator. 1-126 ERS-L11 MAN B&W 5L90MC-VLCC Ver.MC90-III User's Manual

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The power output of the shaft generator is controlled within the speed range of 40% - 75% via the firing angle of the network side converter. Within the speed range of 75% - 100% the power output control is achieved by the excitation of the shaft generator at constant firing angle of the network side converter. The output power of the shaft generator is reduced automatically when lowering the speed of the main engine below 75%. When lowering the main engine speed below 40%, the shaft generator system is switched off. See figure below.
Power 100%

50% Shaft Generator shut off Reduced Capacity Rated Power

40%

75%

100%

ME speed

The clutch is driven by control air and will not operate if the control air is missing. The shaft generator is designed for continuous parallel operation with conventional auxiliary generators and exhaust gas turbo-generator sets.

Shaft Motor When suitable dimensioning, the turbo-generator, dependent on the main engine exhaust gas power and by consideration of the power demand of the ships network, the unused electrical output power of the turbo-generator is available as additional propulsion power for the ship. Static converter and shaft generator become during motor operation a converter-fed motor. Current is impressed on the synchronous machine stator by the converter on the machine side which is connected to the windings such as to form a rotating field.

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1.3.37

Waste Heat Recovery System

1.3.37.1 Waste Heat Recovery System Description The Waste Heat Recovery model, is modelled for calculation purpose. The two heat exchangers are mounted in the main air cooler inlet before the LTFW heat exchangers. The Thermal Oil circulates through the heat exchanger with the help of two pumps, which may be started and stopped automatically. The controlable three way valves for the recirculation and the various heater elements are controlled by thermostatic P-gain controllers. These controllers are available in separate pop-up windows. To avoid excessive heat generation in the fuel tanks, and by this assure sufficient low oil temperature on the oil return to the ME air coolers, a PID controlled oil cooler is included. The controller is available in an own pop-up window. This model is made to observe the saved amount of fuel in case of installation of a recovery system. It should be noted that this control loop is a very slow system when installed, but may be speeded up in the simulator (from the variable page 9000, C07073).

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1.3.38

Fresh Water Generator

1.3.38.1 Fresh Water Generator Description Very huge waste heat sources may be utilized when connecting a fresh water generator to the main engine jacket cooling water system. Normally, this temperature is 80 - 85C (149 - 158F). The function is as follows: A controlled amount of sea water is channelled to the heat exchanger tubes where it is heated by the surrounding heating media. The supply from the sea water system evaporates under vacuum conditions in order to reduce the evaporation temperature, thus avoiding scale formations inside the tubes. The vacuum permits utilization of low temperature heating sources. The vapours generated pass to the separator where the sea water drops are separated. The dry and fresh vapours raise to the condenser, which is cooled by water. The vapours condense on the outside of the tubes, where by gravity they fall to the collection shell of the condenser, and flow into the suction of the fresh water pump. Note that the efficiency of the Fresh Water generator increases when venting off the SW cooling and FW heating.

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1.3.39

Fresh Water Sanitary System

1.3.39.1 Fresh Water Sanitary System Description The FW sanitary system is modelled with the following fresh water tanks: Destilled FW tank no 1 and 2 Hydrophore tank Drinking water tank including a potabilizer Hot water tank

The hydrophore tank is supplied with service air to obtain suitable pressure to consumers. When pump control is in auto mode the pumps start/stop automatically to maintain the water level in the tank. The start/stop functions are controlled by the tank pressure (start at 3 bar, stop at 4 bar). However, there is a small air leakage modelled such that the water level will raise over some time. When the water level has reached alarm level, alarm is released, and we have to open for air supply to again obtain correct tank pressure.

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The following functions are available on the pump control panel: Manual/auto selection of start/stop of pumps Start priority of pumps (master) Cyclic start of pumps

If the pump control is in cyclic mode and one of the pumps is not able to maintain correct tank pressure (less than 2 bar) the pump control automatically leaves the cyclic mode and selects the proper pump as the master pump. The hot water tank is heated either by steam or by an electric heater. The temperature is set and maintained by means of temperature controllers. Both the hydrophore tank and the hot water tank are secured by safety valves with adjustable open/close pressure. Instructor may set the fresh water consume to a fixed or random value in the variable list.

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1.3.40

Bilge Wells

1.3.40.1 Bilge Wells Description The following bilge wells are included: fore hold refrig. plant room engine room aft hold

A sludge tank and an incinerator are also part of the bilge system. The bilge pump can take suction from any of the four bilge wells, or from the sludge tank, and discharge it to the bilge separator. A small amount of oil and water is constantly leaking into the bilge wells (from unspecified sources). The engine room bilge well, in addition, receives possible overflow from the sludge tank and miscellaneous fresh water leakages/overflows from the engine room systems.

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Sludge Tank The input to the sludge tank is from the following sources: HFO purifier sludge DO purifier sludge LO purifier sludge HFO settling tank 1 drain HFO settling tank 2 drain

The total water and oil input flows are summed up and displayed as two separate variables (oil, water) for convenience. Oily return flow from the bilge water separator also enters the sludge tank. The content of the sludge tank is assumed to separate immediately into oil and water. Incinerator The incinerator takes suction from the oil (top) part of the sludge tank by means of a float device. To initiate incinerator operation, start the pump and ignite the burner. If the pump light begins to flash, this flashing indicates automatic stop of the pump. Auto stop can be caused by: no oil in the sludge tank time out for burner ignition

Flashing burner light indicates that the burner is ready for ignition.

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Bilge Separator

1.3.41.1 Bilge Separator Description The bilge separator separates oily water taken from the sludge tank or from the bilge wells. Clean water is pumped overboard, while the oil is returned to the sludge tank. The main components consist of bilge pump, separator vessel including electric heater, a filter and oil ppm detector unit. Under the influence of gravity, heat and filter pads the oil separates from the water and collects at the top of the separator vessel. From there it can be drained off by the sludge valve and returned to the sludge tank. If the separator is operated in AUTO mode, the following functions are automatic: The overboard valve is closed and the recirculation valve opened if the ppm limit in the overboard water is above a preset limit. If the oil/water interface sensor detects low level (much oil), the sludge valve is opened. The bilge separator pump will be started/stopped according to the bilge well level. This function is dependent on suction from the engine room bilge well.

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A flashing AUTO light indicates functional failure. The cause can be high oil content (low-low oil/water interface level) or low separator temperature. The separator pump will then be stopped, the sludge valve opened and the overboard and recirculation valves closed. The heating power is turned on/off according to temperature, by a thermostatic switch as long as the main switch is on. This switch works independently of the AUTO mode. The settling process in the separator vessel is modelled to be dependent on settling time, inlet flow oil content, temperature and position of oil/water interface level.

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Ship Load

1.3.42.1 Ship Load Description The ship load system is based on a program for calculating of draft, trim and heel from hydrostatic hull data and tank/cargo loads. This vessel has exactly the same hull as CHS-VLCC. Loaded data from the CHS-VLCC can be used by the ERS-MC90. The trim, heel and draft will influence ship economy and efficiency. The system comprises: 4 cargo centre tanks 2x4 cargo wing tanks 2x1 slop tank And the ballast system: 2x1 ballast wing tank 1 fore peak tank In addition the following tanks are included: FO settling tanks FO bunker tanks

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Ship load override The instructor can override the calculated load condition through the SHIP LOAD parameters on variable page 9002, variable X07015. 0 = load set by hull program, the ship load is calculated on the basis of masses (M) 1 = load set by a percentage value, this was originally a potmeter input (P), instead of the potmeter the value is set in the variable X06317. The heel is set to 0 in this mode. 0% is empty with no ballast, 20% is empty with standard ballast. 2 = the load is set to standard full load (F) 3 = the load is set to empty with standard ballast (E)

Note that changing tank contents directly from variable page 5700 have only effect when in default mode (0). Only the cargo and ballast tank contents can be changed from the variable page 5700 (3). The tanks on page (1) and (2) are calculated by the model (level and tank size).

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Turbo Generator

1.3.43.1 Turbo-generator One turbo-generator and two cargo pump turbines are connected to the common vacuum steam condenser. The turbo-generator is fed with superheated steam from the exhaust boiler. The exhaust fired boiler produces steam of approximately 290C. The turbine is modelled realistically with torque dependent on steam flow, inlet steam pressure/temperature and condenser vacuum. The throttle valve is controlled by a speed governor. The speed can be remotely adjusted by lower/raise signals from the electric switch board. Before start of turbo-generator, vacuum must be established and the condenser drained empty by starting the vacuum pump and main condensate respectively. It is not possible to obtain sufficient vacuum if the sealing steam has not been put on, because of strong air leakage through the shaft sealings. If the cargo turbines are out of operation, their exhaust shut off valves should be closed to avoid extra air leakage into the condenser. When the turbo-generator is shut down, a gradual collection of water in the steam line/turbine casing is modelled. Before start of cold turbo-generator the main steam line and turbine casing therefore should be drained for water.

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If the turbo-generator is started with much water present in the steam line, water strike will occur. This can ruin the turbine rotor. It is indicated by turbine trip due to axial displacement of rotor. The turbo-generator lub. oil tank should be drained off regularly and new oil added. Very low/high lub. oil temperature or very high water content will reduce the lubrication ability of the oil and cause trouble (high vibration trip). To start the turbine, the emergency stop valve should be manually opened slowly and the turbine run at a few hundred RPM for at least one minute if the turbine is cold. This is to reduce thermal tension during start up. If the turbine speed is taken up too fast, high vibration will occur and the turbine will trip. The turbo-generator is protected by a separate safety system, and trip signal is given on the following conditions: high condenser water level high condenser pressure (low vacuum) high steam generator water level turbo-generator overspeed high stator temperature low lub.oil pressure rotor displacement (drain water strike) high vibration (cold start) rotor displacement (carry over water strike) high vibration (poor lubrication)

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1.3.44

Inert Gas Plant

1.3.44.1 Inert Gas Plant Description The Propulsion Plant Trainer is modelled with a steam boiler where flue gas is taken from the boiler uptake and directed through the scrubber, fans and deck water seal to the main inert gas deck line. The capacity of the inert gas plant is approximately 40,000 cbm/h, provided sufficient flue gas is available from the boiler. Flue gas is produced by steam consumption to aux. Systems. The scrubber washes and cools the flue gas in order to reduce soot and SO2 content. The oxygen content will vary with the boiler load. In order to avoid O2 exceeding 5% to enter the tank, an automatic valve will close and route the flue gas to the funnel. Another valve controlling the mainline pressure will also regulate the flow to the tanks by bypassing to the funnel. For ventilation purposes the system can be used by opening ventilation valves from deck. This will automatically shut off the flue gas suction valves in order to avoid mix. The oxygen content in the inert gas is dependent on the boiler load and the boiler combustion control.

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Cargo Turbines

1.3.45.1 Cargo Turbines Description The cargo turbines should be run only when the oil-fired boiler is in operation. The steam will then be superheated to approximately 410C. The two cargo turbines are modelled schematically. They can be started by opening the stop valve and the exhaust shut off valve and then manually opening the steam throttle valve. The steam flow depends on the throttle valve position and the steam pressure. Each turbine consumes 18 t/h at full throttle and steam pressure. When one cargo turbine has been started, a small pause should be made before start of the next turbine to permit the boiler system to recover from the shock caused by the sudden steam load increase. With all turbines in operation, special attention should be paid to the boiler system which is then working at its ultimate capacity limits. The main condensate pump is sufficient for the turbo-generator load, at cargo pumping the auxiliary condensate pump must be started.

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A simple safety system for the cargo turbines is modelled (common for all turbines), and cargo turbine trip is given on the following conditions: high condenser water level high condenser pressure high steam generator water level rotor displacement (by water strike) Note that the cargo pump turbines are less sensitive to low condenser vacuum than the turbo-generator. It is recommended to shut this off during cargo pumping. Cargo pump turbine trip is indicated by flashing stop valve light on local panel. The trip is reset by pressing the push button.

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Refrigeration

1.3.46.1 Refrigeration Description The refrigeration plant is based on R22 and consists of the following main components: Electrically driven screw compressor Compressor lubrication system Sea water cooled condenser Refrigerant liquid receiver Evaporators (2)

Nominal capacities are as follows: Cooling capacity: 400 kW at - 25C Screw compressor motor: 240 kW (67hp) Refrigerant flow: 2.5 kg/sec (1 lbs/sec) Sea water cooling flow: 100 t/h The compressor is lubricated and cooled by oil and refrigerant gases. The lub. oil is separated from the compressed refrigerant gas in the oil separator. The bottom part of the separator serves as an oil reservoir. If the oil level is less than 20% of full, new oil must be added.

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A substantial part of the compressor heat is transferred to the cooling oil in the compressor screw, and the oil must be cooled. This is done by sea water in the LO cooler. The electric load on the compressor motor varies according to compressor condition, suction pressure, discharge pressure and gas flow. Electric overload will occur if the load is higher than a preset limit. The effective (internal) compression ratio of the screw compressor is adjustable by means of a suction slide valve. It is positioned by a PID controller, controlled by the refrigerated room temperature. The sea water flow to the condenser is supplied by two SW pumps. Normally just one is active, while the other is stand-by. The sea water flow can be adjusted by a throttle valve at the condenser inlet. Normally 50% valve setting is used, giving a flow of approx. 100 ton/h. The condensed refrigerate flows by gravity down to the liquid receiver. The valve called vapor valve is for pressure equalizing between condenser and the liquid receiver vessel. If it is closed, the draining of the condenser will be obstructed. Heat loss to surroundings is dependent on ambient temperature. At steady state condition this is the only heat load modelled, in addition to the air circulation power dissipation. To enable more versatile steady state operations, an extra heat load can be activated. This extra load can be interpreted as a secondary brine system cooled by the circulating air. The load setting represents the rate of flow circulation on the brine side. The additional heat flow is computed as being proportional to load setting and to the difference between the brine temperature (= 0C) and refrigerated air temperature. Start Inhibit: - AUTO selected : X06615 = 1 - High contrl. setting : Z06616 > 26% - Low LO Pressure : P06571 < 0.75 bar

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1.3.47

Remote Emergency Operating Panel

1.3.47.1 Remote Emergency Operating Panel Description This panel has an indicator for Fire Alarm and CO2 Alarm and is situated outside of the engine room. The Emergency Shutoffs can stop Main Engine and Auxiliary engines, Fuel and Lubricating oil pumps, Oil tank Outlet valves, Engine room supply and exhaust fans. Opening the CO2 cabinet door will activate the CO2 alarm and stop Engine Room supply and Exhaust fans. The CO2 release is also available.

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Fire For Engine Room fire ensure emergency generator is running. (It should start automatically if main generators are stopped.) Stop pumps. Close tank outlet valves. Engine room supply and exhaust fans may be required for smoke control if fire is being fought by fire parties. CO2 If Engine Room fire is serious it may be necessary to use the fixed installation. Ensure all fire shut offs are operated. Ensure engine room is battened down. Ensure all personnel are accounted for. Open CO2 cabinet and release CO2. After release of CO2 the Engine Room must be allowed to cool until there is no possibility of the fire re-igniting before re-entry.

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Cylinder Indications

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1.3.48.1 Cylinder Indication Diagram Description Cylinder Indication Press/Angle (MD 120) This picture contains three diagrams; fuel injection, compression and combustion pressure/angle (p-a) which indicates the combustion in the cylinders during one revolution (two stroke engines). Injection diagram which is used to indicate the following parameters: Injector opening pressure (PINJO) Maximum pressure (PINJM) Injector opening time (TINJO) Lenght of injector opening time (LINJ) Compression diagram which is used to indicate the cylinder pressure (PCOMPR) without combustion (shut off fuel). Note that the PCOMPR is lower for a cylinder without combustion because this cylinder has a lower temperature.

Press/angle diagram which is used to indicate compression pressures (PCOMPR) and maximum pressures (PMAX), and it illustrates clearly the pressure changes during fuel combustion. This diagram shows also the time of ignition (TIGN) and time of maximum combustion pressure (TMAX). Studies on injector faults, different fuel qualities and different injector time settings are recommended. The horizontal axis represents the crank angle. We define the top dead center (TDC) as zero, the value before TDC as minus, and the value after TDC as plus. The vertical axis represents the cylinder pressure and injection pressure. Information about Main Engine speed (SPEED), index of fuel pump (INDEX), mean indicated pressure (MIP) and indicated power (IKW) in the top left corner of picture. Information from p-a diagram: Diagram display (1): Pmax low, but Pcom normal. Deduction: Possible causes: Fuel injection too late.

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Possible causes:

-- VIT index wrong. -- Fuel pump lead too large.

Diagram display (3): Both Pcom and Pmax are low. Deduction: Possible causes: Leakages, increased cyl.volume, or fouling. -- Piston ring blow-by. -- Exhaust valve leakage. -- Piston crown burnt. -- Low scavenge pressure, fouling of exhaust and/or air system.

Three cylinder curves may be displayed at the same time. On the lower part of the picture, the soft button Zoom can be used to zoom the diagram 300% in horizontal direction. The soft button Spread is used to move overlaying curves apart. NOTE! When taking a cylinder indication by pressing the button I 1 to I 5, the indication represents the state of the cylinders at the time the button was pressed. Five states of the main engine can be recorded and stored. Cylinder Indication Delta-Press/Angle (MD 123) This is not a diagram normally found onboard, but is included in the simulator to illustrate the rate of pressure change related to crank angle (the numerical derivative to the Cylinder Indication Press/Angle curve). Mathematical Definition: dy/dx = lim/dx 0 Calculate the derivative: We want to find the derivative of the curve between 60 and 90 bar for the cylinder 1 (See Cylinder Indication Press/Angle picture): By marking the curve at 60 and 90 bar (compression), and by drawing straight lines from these points to the horizontal axis we will find the corresponding angles (-30 dgr and - 20 dgr). We are now able to calculate the derivate for this part of the curve: dy/dx = 90-60/-20-(-30) = 30/10 = 3 Find the derivative by MD 123: Instead of calculating this value we can find the rate of pressure change at any crank angle by drawing a straight line from the horizontal axis to the curve. The numeric value is then read on the vertical axis. Three cylinder curves may be displayed at the same time.

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Cylinder Indication Press/Vol (MD 121) This diagram illustrates the pressure variations in the engine cylinder. The diagram area can be integrated and the mean indicated pressure calculated. The power developed in the particular cylinder can then be found by multiplying the engine speed with the cylinder constant. The horizontal axis represents the volume of the cylinder, and the vertical axis represents the cylinder pressure. Data Indication of cylinders: As for Cylinder Indication Press/Angle. Information from p-v diagram: As for Cylinder Indication Press/Angle. Three cylinder curves may be displayed at the same time.

Weak Spring Diagram (MD 122) This is not a diagram normally found onboard vessels with 2 stroke engines but is included in the simulator as we consider it as a useful tool from a pedagogical point of view. By using the weak spring diagram, we are able to have a closer look at the lower pressures of the exhaust gas and the scavenging air and the moment of gas change.

Data Indication of cylinders: In addition to the combustion data, there are readings for scavenging air and exhaust gas pressure. On the lower part of the picture, the soft button Zoom 1 can be used to zoom the diagram 300% in vertical position. Zoom 2 is used to zoom the diagram 600% in vertical position. Three cylinder curves may be displayed at the same time.

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GENERAL INFORMATION
Operation of the Propulsion Plant Trainer
The main objective in the following sections, is to describe the start-up procedure for all subsystems included in the Propulsion Plant Trainer. To describe all the subsystems, we feel it is an advantage to start with a dead ship condition, where all subsystems are shut down.

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2.1.1 Shore Power Related systems required to be in operation: None.

Preparations before connecting "Shore Power": The shore power can also be operated from the main switchboards shore power section (if main switchboard is installed). Select picture Electric Power Plant. Press IN button on the CABLE panel. If the phase is wrong (WRONG PHASE lamp on PHASE panel lit), press button TWIST. If the breaker is tripped (TRIPPED lamp on shore BREAKER panel lit), press button RESET. Starting procedure: MANUAL mode: Press button IN on the shore BREAKER panel.

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2.1.2 Emergency Generator Related systems required to be in operation:

None.

Preparations before connecting "Emergency generator": Select picture Electric Power Plant. The Emergency generator can also be started and connected on the main switchboards Emergency Gen. section. Starting procedure: MANUAL mode: Press button START on ENGINE CONTROL panel. Press button IN on emergency generator BREAKER panel. If shore power is connected, disconnect it by pressing the OUT button on the shore BREAKER panel. AUTO mode: Press button AUTO on the ENGINE CONTROL panel. When the emergency generator is connected, only the consumers connected to the emergency bus bar can be started. Normally, the control of the emergency generator is set in AUTO mode, the engine will then start automatically in case of a black out.

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2.1.3 Sea Water System Related systems required to be in operation: Shore Power, Emergency generator or an auxiliary generator connected to the switchboard. Preparations before operating "Sea Water System": Select picture Sea Water System. The Sea water pumps can also be started from the PowerChief panels pump section (if diesel generator(s) is running and connected). Open one of three sea water pump suction valves from sea chests. Open sea water discharge overboard valve. Open valves before and after coolers/condensers. Open sea water recirculation valve. Open sea water inlet valve(s) to cooler(s). Air cond cooler, Fresh water generator, steam condenser and one Fresh Water Cooler. Select MAN or AUTO position on the sea water temp controller, and set to a suitable temperature. (Should be slightly above sea water ambient temperature.) Auxiliary sea water pump is connected to emergency bus bar. Adjust outlet pressure controller to a desired flow (not valid for aux. SW pump).

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Starting procedure: MANUAL mode: Start SW pump(s). AUTO (STAND BY START) mode: NOTE! This mode is only available when diesel generator(s) is running and connected. Select the picture Power Chief - Pump/Compr. Control. Press the button AUTO on the SEA WATER PUMPS panel. If the pump in service stops, the stand by pump will start only if the AUTO mode is selected. If in an emergency situation, emergency suction can be used to empty engine room bilges with sea water pump or fire pump. Emergency suction also from cargo holds and sludge tank. Open emergency suction and overboard from pumps, and start pump.

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2.1.4 Start Air and Air Compressor Related systems required to be in operation: Main Sea Water and FW system in operation. Operation as an isolated system is not available. Preparations before starting "Starting air compressor": Select picture Fresh Water System and open valve to Air compressor coolers. Select picture Start Air and Air Compressor. The Starting air compressor can also be started from the "PowerChief" panels compressor section (if diesel generator(s) is running and connected). When starting from shore power or emergency generator, only start air compressor 2 can be started. Open FW inlet valve(s) to start air cooler(s) Drain start air cooler(s) Open air inlet valve(s) to start air receiver(s) Open air outlet valve(s) from start air receiver(s) Drain start air receiver(s) When pressure is obtained, open air supply valve(s) to selected consumer(s) Starting procedure: MANUAL mode: If the selected compressor is tripped (TRIPPED lamp lit), press RESET button on the compressor panel. Start the compressor by pressing button ON. Close drain valves.

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AUTO mode: Close drain valves. Select picture Power Chief Pump/Compressor Control. Press AUTO on the selected START AIR COMPRESSOR panel. Preparations before starting "Service air compressor": Select picture Start Air and Air Compressor. Open FW inlet valve to service air cooler. Drain service air cooler. Open air inlet valve to service air receiver. Open air outlet valve from service air receiver. Open air inlet valve to service air filter and dryer. Drain service air dryer. Starting procedure: MANUAL mode: If the service air compressor is tripped (TRIPPED lamp lit), press RESET button on the compressor panel. Start the compressor by pressing button ON. Close service air make-up valve from start air receiver no.1(see note). Close drain valves. AUTO mode: Close drain valves. Select picture Power Chief Pump/Compressor Control. Press button AUTO on the SERVICE AIR COMPRESSOR panel. The service air compressor in this system is normally called an instrument air compressor and is usually of the oil free type. In addition there is often a working air compressor supplying consumers not including delicate instrument systems.

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Under certain conditions starting air compressors produce a considerable amount of water. The starting air also contains a small amount of oil. This will gradually reduce the efficiency of the air dryer/cooler and is therefore not desirable. The air make-up valve is usually left open for safety reasons. If the service air compressor trips, service air pressure is not lost, but supplied through the starting air receivers. This may prevent a serious situation like a shutdown of the main engine. The valve is normally pressure controlled, with an opening setpoint set slightly lower than the auto start setpoint of the service air compressor. This prevents dirty air from the starting air compressors to enter the control air system during normal operating conditions. Carefully consider if or when to close the service air make-up valve.

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2.1.5 Diesel Generator no. 1 and 2 Related systems required to be in operation: Emergency Bus Bar active. Start Air Compressors, with a minimum of 15 bar (218 psi) pressure on the starting air line and DG air supply valve open. Sufficient level in the fuel oil service tanks. Operation as an isolated system is not available. Preparations before starting the first "Diesel generator": Select picture Fuel Oil Service Tanks. All diesel generators can be started from the PowerChief panels generator section. Check water level in the fuel oil service tanks and drain if necessary (md03). Ensure that DO supply valve to generator engine(s) (md03) is open. Select picture Diesel Generator no. 1 (or no. 2). Check level in LO sump tank, refill from storage tank if necessary. Ensure that lub. oil valve to spill oil tank is closed. Open lub. oil valve(s) after lub. oil filter(s). Check level in expansion tank and refill if necessary. Open SW pump suction valve from sea chest. Open sea water discharge valve (overboard after cooler). Open FO valve(s) before FO filter(s). Open FO inlet valve to FO pump. Check that three way valve is open for DO.

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Start the electrically driven LO pump (priming pump), and check that the lub. oil pressure is increasing. Set the electric LO pump in AUTO mode by pressing the AUTO button on the PUMP. CTR. panel. If the lamp TRIPPED on the BREAKER panel is lit, reset the breaker by pressing the button RESET. If any of the alarm lamps (red) are lit, press the RESET button. Press the button LOCAL on the ENGINE CONTROL panel. Starting procedure for the first "Diesel Generator": MANUAL mode: If the starting air pressure is above 15 bar (218 psi), the engine is ready to be started. Press START button on the ENGINE CONTROL panel. If start is carried out from the PowerChief Generator Panel, the engine control has to be set to Remote control. The lub. oil priming pump may be set directly in AUTO mode. FW controller setpoint is normally set to 75-80C, depending on the engine type. Modern engines are normally operating on blended or heavy fuel oil. On the fuel/blended oil engines, diesel is only used to prepare the engine for repair (overhaul), or when steam is not available. When steam is available and sufficient temperature on the HFO, changing to HFO is carried out by opening the HFO supply valves (MD03) and changing position on the three way valve (MD71-72).

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Connecting the first Diesel Generator: Related systems required to be in operation: Connecting procedure for the first generator: MANUAL mode: Select picture Electric Power Plant (The engines may also be started from this picture, if in REMOTE mode). Locate the panels of the running engine. Ensure that magnetization is ON. Adjust frequency by pressing the buttons RAISE/LOWER on the LOAD CONTRL panel until the reading of the network frequency is slightly above 60 Hz. If tripped, reset the BREAKER panel by pressing the button RESET on the BREAKER panel. Press the IN button on the BREAKER panel. Readjust the frequency, if necessary. If the shore connection is connected, disconnect it by pressing the button OUT on the shore BREAKER and the CABLE panels. The emergency generator is automatically disconnected in both AUTO and MAN mode.

Corresponding diesel engine running.

AUTO/STAND BY mode:

Is only permitted when at least one generator is connected.

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Starting the second Diesel Generator: Related systems required to be in operation: Start Air Compressors, with a minimum of 15 bar (218 psi) pressure on the Starting air line and DG air supply valve open. Sufficient level in the FO oil service tanks. Operation as an isolated system is not available. Preparations before starting the second "Diesel generator": Select picture Diesel Generator no. 1 (or no. 2). Check level in LO sump tank, refill from storage tank if necessary. Close lub. oil valve to spill oil tank. Open lub. oil valve(s) after lub. oil filter(s). Check level in expansion tank and refill if necessary. Open SW pump suction valve from sea chest. Open sea water discharge valve (overboard after cooler). Open FO valve(s) before FO filter(s). Open FO inlet valve to FO pump. Start the electrically driven LO pump (priming pump), and check that the lub. oil pressure is increasing. Set the electric LO pump in auto mode by pressing the AUTO button on the PUMP. CTR. Panel. If the lamp TRIPPED on the Engine Control panel is lit, reset by pressing the button RESET.

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Starting procedure for the second "Diesel Generator": MANUAL mode: If the starting air pressure is above 15 bar(218 psi), the engine is ready to be started. Press START button on the ENGINE CONTROL panel if in Local mode. May be started both from MD70 and MD101 when in Remote mode. AUTO mode: Ref: Connecting the second diesel generator. Connecting the second Diesel Generator: Related systems required to be in operation: Corresponding diesel engine running. Connecting procedure for the second generator: SEMI AUTO SYNCHRONIZING: Select picture Electric Power Plant (The engines may also be started from this picture, if in REMOTE mode). Locate the panels of the started engine. Check if the button ON on the MAGN panel is active (ON). If not, press it now. Press the button RESET on the BREAKER panel, if necessary. Press button D62 on the SEMI AUTO SYNCH. Panel. Adjust voltage and frequency until Ready lamp is lit. Press connect button. If the breaker is not connecting, fine adjustment of frequency and voltage may be necessary until breaker connects.

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AUTO/STAND BY mode: Press button REMO on the ENGINE CONTROL panel. Select picture Power Chief Generator Control. Locate DIESEL GENERATOR panels and check that the READY lamps on the running diesels are lit. Press buttons AUTO on the panels. To get READY indication, the diesel must be in remote mode and possible alarms must be acknowledged. Priorities The PRIOR (priority) buttons determine the starting/stopping sequence of the diesel generators (in AUTO mode). Select the desired priority by pressing one button in each panel. Normal priority solution is: 1: Shaft Generator 2: Diesel Generator 1 3: Diesel Generator 2 The Turbo-generator should be started/connected whenever possible. It has formally always highest priority when in AUTO. Control Mode Desired load sharing is selected by pressing the buttons on the CONTROL MODE panel. Equal Load Is normally selected when safety is the most important issue (during manoeuvring, loading, discharging etc.). Optim Load (optimum load) Is selected for economy, usually during sea voyages. Diesel(s) is running at max. Load. First priority takes max load while second priority takes the rest of the load. Refer to chapter 4. ERS-L11 MAN B&W 5L90MC-VLCC Ver.MC90-III User's Manual 2-25

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Cyclic Load (cycling load) Is selected when it is necessary to run more than one diesel on low power. This mode will cycle the load between the engines in such way that one of the diesels is running at max. load while the other diesel handles the remaining load and thereby prevents coxing of the cylinders, valves etc. Freqr Contr (frequency control) Is selected to automatically perform network frequency control. This mode is normally always selected in addition to one of the above mentioned modes.

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2.1.6 ME Freshwater System Related systems required to be in operation: Main bus bar to be active.

Main sea water system. Preparations before starting "ME Freshwater System": Select picture Sea Water System and ensure that valves are opened to one cooler. The Fresh water pumps can also be started from the PowerChief panels pump section. Select ME fresh water system and open valves before and after high temperature fresh water pumps. Open valves before and after low temperature fresh water pumps. Open valves before and after desired coolers/condensers: Thermal Oil (MD65) Stern tube LO cooler (MD54)/ Propeller servo oil cooler(MD53) Turbogenerator/Cargo Turbines LO cooler (MD86/87) Air compressor coolers (MD60) Main engine LO coolers (MD12) and cam shaft LO cooler (MD12) Main engine turbo-charger coolers (MD13)

Refill expansion tank if needed by starting FW transfer pump until sufficient level is obtained. If fresh water coolant is cold when filling, risk of overflowing when water is heating, must be observed.

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NOTE!

Only valves with drawn handles can be opened, generally coolers can be closed off with inlet valves. When inlet valves are closed, cooler is sealed off for cleaning attempt. Where two coolers are placed under one symbol, check with respective pictures to ensure that valves are actually opened.

Starting procedure: MANUAL mode: HTFW controller and LTFW controller in MANUAL. Start selected fresh water pumps, one for high and one for low temperature systems. Set controllers to appropriate temperature. High temp: 80C. (As guide only) Low temp: 35C (As guide only). If starting circulation from cold ship status, heat water with steam heater by opening valve on heater. Circulate with aux pump until main engine is sufficiently hot to be started. Set flow controllers for Turbo-charger air coolers main engine to desired flow. Observe scavenging air temperature after main engine start to avoid condensation if temperature drops below dew point. AUTO mode: Preparation as in MANUAL. Select AUTO on controller after setting temperature setting to a suitable temperature. Select picture Power Chief/Pump-Compressor Control and press AUTO for HTFW pumps and LTFW pumps. Aux pumps are not part of stand by start panel. Close steam preheater after engine start. During stay in port, auxiliary pump is sufficient for cooling.

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2.1.7 Electric Power Plant Related systems required to be in operation: Aux. Engines are ready and in remote control. Preparations before starting: All generator breakers can be connected from the main switchboards generator section. Magnetization must be ON and set to a value were output voltage is 440 volt. Load control must be operated RAISE or LOWER to obtain 60 Hertz. Breakers to be RESET if necessary. Starting procedure: MANUAL mode: Diesel engines can be started/stopped by pressing the S/S button if they are in Remote control. Turbo-generator, Diesel generators, shaft generator or emergency generator can be connected to bus bar by pressing the desired generator to be connected on the SEMI AUTO SYNCH. Panel. Adjust frequency and voltage until Ready lamp is lit. Press connect button. Readjust voltage and frequency until breaker connects. Synchronization is not modelled when connecting generators from Electric Power Plant picture. Bus Tie IN or OUT depending on load. Note! As a general rule, when manoeuvring or running heavy consumers on deck, shaft generator is separated from Main Switchboard to carry this load alone. See Emergency Generator and Shore Power for detailed instruction for these. AUTO mode: See operation of PowerChief (MD101).

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2.1.8 Electrical Consumers Related systems required to be in operation: Main bus bar to be active. Operating procedure: MANUAL mode: Selected consumers are represented with their main breakers. Pressing buttons IN will toggle breakers IN / OUT. If, in other system pictures, a pump will not start when activated, main breaker may be switched OFF. Select picture Electrical Consumers and toggle breaker ON on selected pump. Button will change colour when breaker is ON. Bus tie switch and emergency generator breaker can be operated from this picture. Main bus bar 2 can be separated from main bus bar 1 when conditions demand this. The Main Air con., Main Refrig. Syst., Main Ventilation 1 & 2 are available from the variable pages and are meant for simulating electric load. The ECR air condition is ready for connection when the green led is lit (SW pressure more than 0,5 BAR and valve to cooler is open). Lighting bus bar can be connected when breakers to transformers are connected (from variable page 7007). Testing of isolation impedance can be checked selecting 220/440 V plant and then each phase against earth by pressing the corresponding button.

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2.1.9 Steam Generation Plant Related systems required to be in operation: Main bus bar to be active. Preparations before starting "Steam generation plant": Select picture Sea Water system and ensure that there is sea water cooling opened to condenser. Flow controller adjusted to a suitable value. Select picture Steam Condenser. Start vacuum pump, and wait until alarm high pressure in condenser is off. Start one condensate pump. Select picture Steam generation plant. Ensure sufficient level in Feed Water Tank, if not refill by running feed water pump. Ensure sufficient level in primary drum, if not, run primary make-up pump and open valve after pump. When refilling a cold boiler, water will expand when heated. Do not overfill when boiler is cold. If primary or secondary drum has too high water level, water can be drained to feed water tank by opening drain valve(s). Start feed water pump, RESET if tripped, set level controller to AUTO. Starting procedure: Start circulation pump to exhaust evaporator. Open steam outlet valve from secondary drum.

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2.1.10 Boiler Combustion Related systems required to be in operation: Main bus bar to be active. Sea water cooling system to be active. Air compressor system to be active. Note that there has to be sufficient control air to the operating of boiler fan flap. Starting procedure: The Boiler Combustion can also be controlled from the boiler control console. Select picture Fuel oil service tanks. Open supply valves from HFO and DO service tanks to boiler. Press Boiler Air Fan ON. Reset any tripping functions on boiler panel and burner panel. All controllers in MANUAL. Burner type on DO. Press purge START, open Air Flow controller to maximum, otherwise purging will not be done. When purging is finished, start DO pump and select DO on three way valve by clicking on diesel line with left tracker-ball button. Set desired values on Air Flow Controller and Oil Flow Controller. (Wait until flap has positioned to set value before starting of burner.) Start one burner by pressing burner ON. If for any number of reasons, burner fails to ignite, purge again and repeat procedure. Adjust air and oil to obtain burning with as little smoke as possible, and as little oxygen content as possible. When you have steam pressure, commence heating of fuel oil by heating tanks. See service tank instruction.

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When pressure rises, start second burner and adjust air/oil again. Keeping a boiler within limits when operating manually is a continuous task. When required steam pressure is achieved, switch controllers to AUTO. Auto mode: When burner controls are switched to AUTO, adjust master controller, air flow controller, and oxygen controller to maintain correct readings. Changing to heavy fuel oil: Sufficient preheating of HFO is essential. Start HFO pump. Switch to HFO with three way valve. Burner Management: Select the load setting that corresponds to mode of operation: high setting is required for cargo pump turbine operation, else low setting. In high setting the steam pressure will be controlled at 13 bar. The exhaust boiler and the TG are assumed inactive. In low setting the steam pressure will float according to TG load. The oil fired boiler will start if pressure drops less than 8 bar. Ensure that there is steam on steam atomization line. Press burner type to HFO. Set Burner management to AUTO. Burner management will now start and stop burners automatically when required.

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2.1.11 Oil Fired Boiler Related systems to be in operation: Main bus bar to be active. Boiler fan must have sufficient power, since start of fan generates a heavy load. DO tanks and HFO tanks to have sufficient level. Preparations before start: The oil fired boiler can be controlled from the boiler control console. See instruction Steam generation plant before operating Steam generator Boiler combustion. Starting procedure: For actual firing of boiler see Boiler Combustion. Check water level and refill if necessary. Reset any tripping functions if any. Drain superheater until dry saturated steam after boiler start. Sootblowing: Once daily when in operation. Ensure that air is opened before sootblowing.

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2.1.12 Steam Condenser Related systems required to be in operation: Main bus bar to be active. Preparations before starting "Steam Condenser": Select picture Sea Water system and ensure that there is sea water cooling opened to condenser. Flow controller adjusted to a suitable value. Select picture Steam Condenser. Starting procedure: Start vacuum pump, and wait until alarm high pressure in condenser is off. Start one condensate pump. Vacuum pressure must be kept constant low by regulating sea water flow with controller.

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2.1.13 Steam Generator Related systems required to be in operation: Main bus bar to be active. Oil fired boiler or exhaust boiler to be operational. Feed water pumps running. Preparations before starting: Ensure sufficient water level in secondary drum.

Starting procedure: MANUAL mode: Open vent valve until excess oxygen is expelled from secondary drum when starting. Level control in MANUAL. When pressure starts to rise, open steam valve to consumers. Open delivery valves to selected consumers. Set controller for pressure in Low Pressure line to suitable pressure.

AUTO mode: Level controller in AUTO, with suitable level set (0).

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2.1.14 Fuel Oil Service Tanks Related systems required to be in operation: Shore Power, Emergency generator or an auxiliary generator connected to the switchboard. Boiler system with sufficient steam pressure. Preparations before operating "FO Service Tanks": None Starting procedure: MANUAL mode: Select picture FO Service Tanks. Picture contains HFO service tank, DO service tank and DO storage tank. Filling of each tank with either PURIFIER systems or purifier feed pumps in by-pass. When switching tanks, always open inlet/outlet valves to new tanks before closing respectively on old tank. To operate purifiers, see separate instructions in this chapter. To use or pump HFO, oil must have sufficient temperature. To obtain heating of tanks: Select picture STEAM GENERATOR MD 82. Open process steam valve. Select picture FO Service Tanks. Open steam valves to heating coils in tank bottom. Click with centre button on tracker ball on SETPOINT on chosen controller. Adjust setpoint and press enter. As a guide: HFO 65C and DO 35C.

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2.1.15 Fuel Oil Settling Tanks Related systems required to be in operation: Steam system for heating of oil. Preparations before starting heating: Sufficient oil level in tanks. Starting procedure: MANUAL mode: Select one tank to be in service. From this tank open outlet valve to HFO Separator. Open recirculation into tank from HFO Separator. Open heating valves to and from heating coils and set desired temp on controller. HFO requires above 40C to be pumped. Drain water from tanks periodically, or when alarms activate (at 0.80m). Water content can be read from picture.

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2.1.16 Fuel Oil Transfer System Related systems required to be in operation: Main bus bar active. Steam system running. DO/HFO purifier running. Diesel oil transferring from DO storage tank to DO service tank: Select picture Fuel Oil Service Tanks. Open diesel oil suction valve from DO storage tank to DO purifier. Close diesel oil suction valve from DO service tank to DO purifier. Open diesel oil discharge valve to DO service tank from DO purifier. Close diesel oil discharge valve to DO storage tank from DO purifier. Always open diesel outlet valve on DO storage tank before closing outlet valve on DO service tank. NOTE! Transfer of diesel oil is done with DO purifier on separate instruction. Heating of DO service tank is normally set to 35C. Transferring of HFO Related systems required to be in operation: Main bus bar active. Boiler running with normal steam pressure. HFO Separator running.

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Heavy fuel oil transferring from HFO settling tanks to HFO service tank: Select picture Fuel Oil Settling Tanks. Open fuel oil outlet valve from HFO settling tank to HFO separator. Select picture Fuel oil Service Tanks. Open fuel oil separator suction valve from HFO settling tanks. Close fuel oil separator suction valve from HFO service tank. Open fuel oil discharge valve from separator to HFO service tank. Close fuel oil discharge valve to HFO settling tanks. Always open valves on HFO settling tank before closing valves on HFO service tank. Heavy fuel oil transferring from bunker tanks to settling tanks: Select picture Fuel Oil Settling tanks Open inlet to selected tank from HFO transfer pump. Open outlet from selected bunker tank. Start transfer pump after opening of outlet valve. Observe that transfer of oil between bunker tanks is possible. Ensure that valves going to bunker tanks are closed when transferring to settling tanks. NOTE! On actual ships, oil is preheated only on bunker tanks in present use. Prolonged heating when oil is not consumed are both waste of energy and also opens possibility for polymerization of oil.

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2.1.17 HFO Purifier System Related systems required to be in operation: Main bus bar active and Boiler running with normal steam pressure.

Preparation before start: Open outlet valve from selected HFO settling tank (MD04). Open HFO SEP oil inlet valve to separator (MD03). Open HFO SEP oil outlet valve to HFO service tank (MD03). Open HFO SEP HEATER STEAM shut off valve (MD06). Open valve for displacement water. Starting procedure: Start HFO SEP feed pump. Adjust desired flow. Set temperature controller to AUTO and adjust setpoint to 98C. Start electric motor (centrifuge). When the centrifuge speed has stabilized (observe waiting for speed indication on ALCAP control panel), put the ALCAP into operation by pressing the start button on the control panel. When correct oil temperature (observe indication on the ALCAP control panel), the three way valve will open for delivery to the separator. Observe flow after separator. ERS-L11 MAN B&W 5L90MC-VLCC Ver.MC90-III User's Manual 2-57

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2.1.18 DO Purifier System Related systems required to be in operation: Main bus bar active. Boiler running with normal steam pressure. Preparations before start: Select Fuel oil service tanks (MD 03). Open outlet valve from selected DO settling tank. Open inlet valve to DO service tanks. Select DO purifier system. Start purifier feed pump. Adjust desired flow. (When starting less than 10 %). Set temp. controller in auto and adjust setpoint to 60C. Start purifier by pushing purifier button on. Fill operating water tank if necessary. Starting procedure: MANUAL mode: After purifier has reached full revolutions, and purifier controller is in manual. Open makeup valve and wait until mimic reads CLOSED BOWL SEALING. Open seal/flush valve for 15 seconds to ensure proper water seal in bowl after mimic reads CLOSED BOWL SEALING.

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When mimic reads CLOSED BOWL SEALED, open oil flow to purifier by clicking open on three way recirculation valve towards purifier. Oil must have sufficient temperature. Start purifying process with gravity ring less than 20 % of full scale. Adjust gravity ring to maximum value without loosing water seal and adjust oil flow gradually to 100 %. Ejection cycle: Close recirculation valve by pointing to valve flange facing purifier and click the close button. (Right tracker-ball button) After lost seal appears, open seal/flush valve for 5 seconds to empty bowl. Close make-up valve. Open operating valve for 5 seconds, mimic reads OPEN BOWL DISHARGE and OPEN BOWL EMPTY. Close operating valve. Wait 15 seconds. Open make-up valve, mimic reads CLOSED BOWL SEALING. When CLOSED BOWL SEALING appears, open seal/flush valve until mimic reads CLOSED BOWL SEALED. When CLOSED BOWL SEALED appears, open recirculation valve towards purifier. All the while operating valves, indicating lamps must be observed to prevent rushing the procedure of Starting Cycle/Ejection Cycle. AUTO mode: Preparation as in manual mode. When purifier has reached full speed, push AUTO button on purifier control.

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Repurification of DO service tank: Select picture Fuel Oil Service Tanks. Open fuel oil purifier suction valve from DO service tank. Close fuel oil purifier suction valve from DO settling tanks. Open fuel oil discharge valve from purifier to DO service tank. Close fuel oil discharge valve to DO settling tanks. Always open valves on DO service tank before closing valves on DO settling tanks.

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2.1.19 Lub Oil Purifier System Related systems required to be in operation: Main bus bar active. Boiler running with normal steam pressure. Preparations before start: Select one of main engine lub. oil systems. Open outlet valve from selected lub. oil drain tank. Open inlet valve to selected lub. oil drain tank. Select LO purifier system. Start purifier feed pump. Adjust desired flow. (Less than 10 % when starting). Set temp. controller in auto and adjust setpoint to 86C. Start purifier by pushing purifier button on. Fill operating water tank if necessary. Starting procedure: MANUAL mode: After purifier has reached full revolutions, and purifier controller is in manual, open makeup valve and wait until mimic reads CLOSED BOWL SEALING. Open seal/flush valve for 15 seconds to ensure proper water seal in bowl after mimic reads CLOSED BOWL SEALING.

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When mimic reads CLOSED BOWL SEALED, open oil flow to purifier by clicking open on three way recirculation valve towards purifier. Oil must have sufficient temperature. Start purifying process with gravity ring less than 20% of full scale. Adjust gravity ring to maximum value without loosing water seal and adjust oil flow gradually to 100%. Ejection cycle: Close recirculation valve by pointing to valve flange facing purifier and click the close button. (Right tracker-ball button) After lost seal appears, open seal/flush valve for 5 seconds to empty bowl. Close make-up valve. Open operating valve for 5 seconds, mimic reads OPEN BOWL DISHARGE and OPEN BOWL EMPTY. Close operating valve. Wait 15 seconds. Open-make-up valve, mimic reads CLOSED BOWL SEALING. When indicator reads CLOSED BOWL SEALING, open seal/flush valve until mimic reads CLOSED BOWL SEALED. When CLOSED BOWL SEALED appears, open recirculation valve towards purifier. All the while operating valves, indicating lamps must be observed to prevent rushing the procedure of Starting Cycle/Ejection Cycle. AUTO mode: Preparation as in manual mode. When purifier has reached full speed, push AUTO button on purifier control.

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2.1.20 Stern Tube System Related systems required to be in operation: Main bus bar to be active. Low temp fresh water cooling system to be active. Preparations before starting: Ensure that LTFW system is opened to LO cooler. Refill circulation tank (sump tank) when needed by running make-up pump. Upper or Lower gravity tank must be selected depending on ship draught. Selection of tank based upon differential pressure between sea water (outside ship) and LO pressure. Remember to change both inlet and outlet three way valves. Starting procedure: MANUAL mode: Start one LO pump in MANUAL mode. AUTO mode: After first pump is started, select other pump AUTO mode. The stand-by pump will start automatically if the running pump is not able to maintain the level in the gravity tank. Stopping of pump to be carried out manually.

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2.1.21 Propeller Servo LO System Related systems required to be in operation: Main bus bar active. LTFW cooling system. Preparation before start: Open valve before one LO filter. Ensure sufficient cooling water to cooler, and that valve is opened. Setting of temp controller to 45C. Setting of pressure controller to wanted pressure. (45 bar). Refill Servo Oil Tank if needed by running make-up pump. Starting procedure: MANUAL mode: Pitch control in LOCAL. Start one servo oil pump. AUTO mode: Select power chief pump control. After starting one pump, push AUTO button. Set pitch controller in REMOTE. NOTE! Most AutoChief plants (main engine remote controls) do not permit engine to be started unless pitch is in zero position. NOTE! PowerChief: Propeller servo auto visible only if CPP mode is selected.

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2.1.22 Main Engine Lubrication Oil System Related systems required to be in operation: Bus bar active Main Engine cooling water system in operation. Heating: Heating of Lubricating oil can be obtained with LO purifier, only required when ambient temperature is very low. Preparation before start: Refill cylinder oil day tank by running pump. Refill service tank to alarm free level if needed by running make-up pump. Refill cam shaft tank by bleeding off from main LO system if needed. Starting procedure: MANUAL mode: The ME lub. oil pumps can also be started from the PowerChief panels pump section. Open LO inlet valve to main engine from filter. Open valve to one of the main filters. Open cooler inlet valve and cooler bypass valve. Set temperature control to desired value both main LO controller and cam shaft LO controller. Start one of two pumps for main LO system. Repeat procedure for cam shaft LO system. Pressure controller cam shaft set to 4 barG. AUTO mode: Preparation as in manual mode. Set temp. controller in auto with desired value. Select Power Chief Pump Control. Push AUTO button for lub. oil pumps to obtain stand by function. NOTE! Cylinder LO daytank must be periodically refilled as this oil is for consumption and not recirculation. ERS-L11 MAN B&W 5L90MC-VLCC Ver.MC90-III User's Manual 2-71

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2.1.23 Main Engine Bearing System Related systems required to be in operation: Bus bar active. Main Engine running. Read only. Used for readout of LO pressures and temperatures while main engine is running. Thrust bearing LO pressure readout. Main engine speed and power readout.

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2.1.24 Main Engine Fuel Oil System Related systems required to be in operation: Bus bar active.

Heating: Steam pressure for heating when using HFO. Oil can be circulated by opening three way valve return to service tank. Preparation before start: Select diesel oil operation on three way mixing valve. Click on window with centre trackerball button and enter 100% for pure diesel oil and 0% for pure heavy fuel oil operation. Make sure that valves are opened and oil is flowing to booster pumps from HFO and DO service tanks. Starting procedure: MANUAL mode: The ME fuel oil pumps can also be started from the PowerChief panels pump section. Close bypass valve on fuel oil flow meter. Close drain valve from ventilation tank. Open valves into one of FO heaters. Open valve to one filter. Open valve to main engine high pressure fuel pumps.

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Viscosity controller in MANUAL: Fuel oil back pressure controller set to less than 10 barG. (Above 10 barG prevents recirculation of oil in fuel injectors since they close above 12 barG.) Three way return valve set with return to ventilation tank. Click open on desired flow direction with left tracker-ball button. Start one fuel oil booster pump. AUTO mode: Select Power Chief pump control panel and set pumps in AUTO. Select AUTO on viscosity controller panel. NOTE! Viscosity controller can be varied from SINGLE to CASCADE mode. Varying flow/temperature conditions may need different settings. When using CASCADE control, remember to set slave controller setpoint to less temperature than viscosity settings would reflect. Depending largely on viscosity index chart, consult this for setting with emphasis on actual oil quality. Changing to heavy fuel oil: Open steam valves to FO heaters. Open steam valve to steam tracing lines. Steam line pressure controller to desired setting. (8 barG) Ensure steam consumer valve is opened. Gradually change value in three way mixing valve to pure HFO. Quicker change-over can be obtained with return to service tank opened. This, however, may cause needle valves to stick in fuel injectors. Changing from HFO to DO: Lower temperature on HFO by setting on viscosity controller. When temperature drops, gradually mix in diesel oil. All the while observing that change-over is not too rapid. This can also cause needles in fuel injectors to stick. ERS-L11 MAN B&W 5L90MC-VLCC Ver.MC90-III User's Manual 2-76

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2.1.25 Main Engine Turbocharger System Related systems required to be in operation: LTFW cooling system Starting procedure: Valves from exhaust gas receiver to turbo-chargers must be opened before attempting to start engine, or when blowing through with starting air prior to start. MANUAL mode: Open LTFW to air coolers, with low setting of flow. While running engine, care must be taken not to cool air below dew point in order to avoid water droplets in scavenging air resulting in high cylinder wear. (Sulphuric corrosion and loss of cylinder lubrication.) Check that Slide valve controller is set to MANUAL. (Variable page 1301) Open slide valves. Close Waste Heat Recovery valves. AUTO mode: After start of engine, set Slide Valve Controller to AUTO. (Variable page 1301) The slide valves will open/close depending on exhaust gas flow. NOTE! When running full power on main engine, fuel tanks can be heated by Waste Heat Recovery system. Open valves and consult Waste Heat Recovery picture (MD 65) for operation. ERS-L11 MAN B&W 5L90MC-VLCC Ver.MC90-III User's Manual 2-79

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2.1.26 Steering Gear System Related systems required to be in operation: Bus bar active. Preparation before start: Check content in hydraulic oil tanks, refill if necessary. Check that steering gear shut off valves are open. Check that Safematic valve block valve is open (position is change from VP5812) Start procedure: Start steering gear pump(s) locally (by point and click on pump symbol) or remotely from conrol room or bridge (by pressing the buttons).. Testing of steering gear should be carried out before leaving port. This is normally carried out from the bridge. Emergency steering to be carried out by pressing the port/stbd buttons, remotely from bridge or locally by manually control the control valve block position. Note that if a failure of automatic control of by-pass and safematic valves should occur, these valves have to be operated locally and by hand.

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2.1.27 Main Engine Control System Related systems required to be in operation: Bus bar active. Main Engine running with subsystems operational. Pitch Control system active. Steering gear system active. Sufficient starting air pressure and control air pressure. Heating: Heating of Lubricating oil can be obtained with LO purifier, only required when ambient temperature is very low. Heating of main engine can be done with steam heater. (Water side) If on HFO, oil must be of correct viscosity.

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Preparation before start: Starting procedure: MANUAL mode:

Check if subsystems are operational.

Choose between FIXED PITCH or COMBINATOR CONTROL. Governor Control in LOCAL. Pitch Control in LOCAL. (Only to selected in combinator control.) Control lever can be set from this position, operation from AutoChief panel suggested.

AUTO mode: Governor control in REMOTE. Pitch control in REMOTE. Run the ME from MD104 or MD105. NOTE! The control lever position is reading of the position of the lever in AutoChief Main Engin Control MD04.

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2.1.28 ME Local Control Related systems required to be in operation:

Main bus bar to be active. Main engine subsystems to be operational. Main engine to be READY with correct temperatures and alarm free condition.

Starting procedure main engine: NOTE! Before starting engine after prolonged stop, always blow through engine with starting air with indicator cocks open. When stoppage exceeds 30 minutes while manoeuvring, it is recommended to perform a Slow Turning of engine before starting attempt is commenced. Slow turning is carried out by pressing the slow turning button. Observe that slow turning valve opens and that ME rotates slowly. MANUAL mode: Turning gear OUT. Select cam position Fuel Puncture Valve OPEN. This valve will automatically close when lever is passing start and gives fuel index. Indicator cocks CLOSED. Main engine auxiliary blowers MANUAL. Main engine auxiliary blowers both ON. Open Start air block valve. Open start air distr. block valve. Autochief will determine when to close after a starting attempt. Set lever to start position by pressing the button START POS. When ME rotates on start air, type in lever position. AUTO mode: Main engine auxiliary blowers AUTO. This position suggested at all times when manoeuvring is expected, or when engine is running steady. From Ahead to Astern and vice verca: Press stop position button, change cam position, press start button and type in handle command in numeric window. Note the above reversing level before supplying brake air. If Wrong Way alarm is activated, the camshaft direction does not correspond with command from bridge. ERS-L11 MAN B&W 5L90MC-VLCC Ver.MC90-III User's Manual 2-87

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2.1.29 Main Engine Cylinder No 1-5 Related systems required to be in operation: N/A. Read only of engine running parameters.

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2.1.30 Exhaust Boiler Related systems required to be in operation: Main engine to be running. Oil fired boiler to be operating. Heating: Running of circulating pumps with oil fired boiler running. Preparation before start: Drain of water in superheater before opening steam pressure. Starting procedure: MANUAL mode: Damper control in MANUAL, with by pass positioned open. When main engine is running and oil fired boiler to be stopped. Gradually open damper flap valves to exhaust boiler. AUTO mode: When Oil fired boiler stops (in AUTO ), and pressure increases in secondary drum steam pressure, switch damper controller to AUTO, stop boiler fan and FO supply pump. Note, that the fan and FO pump will start automatically at decreased ME power (if burner management is active). NOTE! When in operation, daily sootblowing of smoke uptake must be done. Ensure air valves are opened before attempting to soot blow. Bleed off water from superheater until dry saturated steam is the only content in superheater.

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2.1.31 Shaft Generator/Motor PTO operation: Related systems required to be in operation: Power available on bus bar 1. Main Engine running. Preparation before start: Connect bus bar 2 to bus bar 1 (MD70). Open for control air to clutch (MD73). Starting procedure: Manual: Set clutch control to LOCAL on Clutch Control Panel (MD73). Connect clutch (press button IN/OUT). NOTE! When ME speed is more than 45% (34 rpm), the PTI/PTO panel will indicate READY. If less than 30 rpm, ME Speed Low will be lit. Press Synch. Cond. start button (MD73). Select SG on the SEMI AUTO SYNCH. panel. When ready lamp on the panel is lit, the SG is ready for connection. NOTE! It may be necessary to adjust voltage and frequency to achieve the ready signal. Connect SG to bus bar by pressing the CONN. button. on the SEMI AUTO SYNCH. panel. ERS-L11 MAN B&W 5L90MC-VLCC Ver.MC90-III User's Manual 2-93

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NOTE! Since the Connect conditions are more restrictive than the Ready conditions, it may be necessary to adjust voltage and frequency even more before the SEMI AUTO connection is carried out. AUTO: Set clutch to remote control on the Clutch Control Panel (MD73). Observe that READY lamp on PowerChief panel is lit (MD101). Set SG to AUTO on PowerChief panel (MD101). Set priority. PTI Operation: Preparation before start: As for PTO operation. Start procedure: Local start: Set clutch control to Local on the Clutch Control Panel MD (73). Connect clutch by pressing the IN/OUT button. Observe that Ready lamp is lit. Select PTI operation by pressing PTI button. Connect the Shaft Motor to the main bus bar by pressing the START button on the PTI/PTO panel. NOTE Setting Mode is the default mode for the PTI operation. If available power operation is required, press Available Mode button. In this mode the Shaft Motor will take all the available power up to a certain power margin which is set to 50 kW.

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Start from PowerChief: Set clutch control to REMOTE on the Clutch Control Panel. Press PTI button on the PowerChief Panel (MD101). Press CONNECT on the PowerChief Panel. Stop of PTI/PTO operation: From PTI/PTO control panel: Press Synch. Cond. STOP button. From PowerChief: Press DISCONNECT button. NOTE! In PTO operation the SG will unload before disconnection.

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2.1.32 Waste Heat Recovery System Related systems required to be in operation: Main bus bar to be active. Main engine running. Preparation before start: Main engine must have reached a load where sufficient temperature on turbo-charger is available. Starting procedure: Select picture ME Turbo-charger System and open valves for thermal oil on waste heat exchangers. Select FW system and open for cooling water to thermal oil cooler. Start one of two circulating pumps. When oil has reached sufficient temperature, controller will open for thermal oil to fuel tanks by the recirulation three way valve. Set desired temperature on the heating elements and the thermal oil cooler.

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2.1.33 Fresh Water Generator Related systems required to be in operation: Main engine running. Operation as an isolated system, see page 6107 on the variable list. Preparations before starting the "Fresh Water Generator": Select picture Fresh Water Generator. Set load controller to OFF. Set salinity controller to MAN. Set sea water flow adjustment valve set-point to 0. Set fresh water by-pass valve set-point to 100. Close fresh water inlet valve from main engine system to generator. Close fresh water outlet valve from generator to main engine system. Close sea water make-up inlet valve from ejector pump. Select picture Sea Water System. Open sea water inlet valve to FW generator cooler. Starting procedure: MANUAL mode: Select picture Fresh Water Generator. Open ejector pump suction valve from sea. Open sea water overboard valve from ejectors. Start ejector pump. Wait for the total pressure in the generator to drop to approx. 0.20 bar. (3.Psi). Open sea water feed valve to heater. Open sea water flow adjusting valve, gradually to 100. Open fresh water generator outlet shut of valve (to ME cooling system). Open fresh water generator inlet shut of valve (from ME cooling system). Close fresh water by-pass valve gradually to 0. Activate the automatic vacuum control valve by pressing ON on LOAD CTR. panel. Activate salinity control by pressing AUTO on SALINITY CTR. panel. Start distillate pump.

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2.1.34 Bilge Wells Related systems required to be in operation: Main bus bar to be active. Starting procedure: MANUAL mode: There are 4 bilge wells and one sludge tank which can be emptied by bilge pump. From the sludge tank the oil can be pumped to the Incinerator. Select one of the bilge wells and start the bilge pump (MD63). AUTO mode: As in manual. After start of bilge pump, set pump control in AUTO. Incinerator operation: Open valve from sludge tank to burner pump. Open valve to incinerator. Start incinerator by pushing flame ON. Incinerator will automatically stop at low level in sludge tank. When the ship is stopped and moored, the shore connection ready lamp will be lit, and we are able to pump the sludge to shore.

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2.1.35 Bilge Separator Related systems required to be in operation: Main bus bar to be active. Starting procedure: MANUAL mode: Select picture open valves to bilge separator and overboard. START electric heating of bilge separator, set separator operation in MANUAL. When sufficient temperature, start bilge pump in manual. Observe PPM-meter to avoid pumping oil overboard. AUTO mode: As in manual mode. After start of bilge pump, set pump control in AUTO. Set separator operation in AUTO to automatically discharge water overboard or return to sludge tank. When PPM-meter detects values above set limit, return will flow to suction side of bilge pump.

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2.1.36

Ship Load Read only, no actions available. To change data, access to tank contents in instructor mode only through variable list pages 5700.

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2.1.37 Turbo Generator Related systems to be in operations: Steam generation plant. Steam condenser.

Preparations before starting: Vacuum must be established and the condenser drained empty by starting the vacuum pump and main condensate pump. It is not possible to obtain sufficient vacuum if the sealing steam has not been opened, because of air leakage through shaft sealings. If the cargo turbines are out of operation, their exhaust valves should be closed to avoid extra air leakage into the condenser. The main steam line and turbine should be drained. The turbo-generator lub. oil. tank should be drained, and new oil added if necessary. Start the LO pump and set pump controller to AUTO.

Starting procedure Turbo-generator: Press ON button (TG start/stop control oil). Open emergency stop valve slowly. Run the turbine at approximately 1200 RPM during a period of 2 minutes.

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Increase the speed to approximately 4000 RPM during a period of 2 minutes. Open emergency stop valve completely and the governor will control the RPM according to the setpoint. Check the lub oil temperature. If it is below 25C (77F) wait, otherwise proceed to next step. Open the emergency stop valve completely. The governor will take control as the speed approaches setpoint. Check temperature in lub. oil tank. Open up for water flow to the lub oil cooler when the temperature is above 40C (104F).

Stop procedure Turbo-generator: Close the emergency stop valve. Close the sealing steam stop valve. Stop the electric lub. oil pump. Stop the vacuum pump and the condensate pump. Close the lub. oil cooler water supply valve. Close exhaust valves on the turbo-generator.

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2.1.38 Inert Gas Plant Related system to be in operation: Oil fired boiler. Preparation before starting: Open SW valves to deck seal start pump. Stop pump and close valves when water level is reached in deck seal. Open Inert Gas scrubber pump sea chest valve and discharger valve. Starting Procedure: Start scrubber pump. Line up for inert gas, start fan. Set pressure controller to AUTO. Set O2 controller ON. Inert Gas flow is dependent on Cargo flow.

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2.1.39 Cargo Turbines Starting procedure cargo turbine: Open the exhaust stop valve. Open main steam valve inlet. Before opening, be sure that the throttle valve is closed. Open the throttle valve slowly. Run the turbine at approximately 800 RPM during a period of 2 minutes. Increase the speed to approximately 4000RPM during a period of 2 minutes. Open the throttle valve completely.

Stop procedure cargo turbine: Close the throttle valve slowly. Run the turbine at approximately 800 RPM for about 5 minutes. Close the throttle valve. Close main inlet and exhaust valves. When one cargo turbine has been started, a small pause should be made before start of next turbine to permit the boiler system to recover from the shock caused by the sudden steam load increase. With all cargo turbines in operation, special attention should be paid to the boiler system which is then working at its ultimate capacity limits. The main condensate pump is sufficient for the turbo-generator load. At cargo discharging the auxiliary condensate pump must be started.

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2.1.40 Refrigeration System Related systems required to be in operation: Starting procedure: MANUAL mode:

Main bus bar to be active. Sea water cooling system to be active.

Open valves in lub. oil system and start pump. Check and refill lub oil if necessary. Refilling of lub. oil by running make-up pump. Open vapour valve between compressor and condenser. Open vapour and liquid valves between condenser and receiver. Open sea water cooling valves to lub oil cooler and condenser. Condenser regulator must be set to a suitable level to maintain steady condensation pressure. As refrigerant is used R22, but R12 can be selected in variables list. Pressures to be set accordingly. Start compressor, reset tripping functions if necessary by pressing RESET on compressor panel. Start forced draft fans in compartment. Open liquid valve out from receiver. The supply valves to evaporators open automatically when the compressor is starting or stopping. Normal refrigeration pressure for R22 is appr. 4 to 5 barG. Refill refrigerant by opening make-up valve if necessary. Operational note: Pressure control must be set to less than 10% when starting, otherwise compressor will overload. AUTO mode: Preparation as in manual mode. Set Pressure control to less than 10% before compressor start. (Compressor will overload also in auto mode unless the compressor is started with low load.) Set Temp. control in AUTO. ERS-L11 MAN B&W 5L90MC-VLCC Ver.MC90-III User's Manual 2-115

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2.1.41 Power Chief/Gen. Control Related systems required to be in operation: Main bus bar to be active. Sufficient starting air pressure. Preparations before operating "Power Chief-Generator control": Diesel generators to be ready in alarm free condition. Valves for fuel and lub. oil etc. must be opened and ready for use when starting diesel generators. (Ready lamp is lit.) Starting procedure: MANUAL mode: Push START button for respective generator engine. When running light appears, generator is ready for connection to main bus bar. Push button CONNECT to connect generator to main bus bar. Emergency generator will automatically disconnect and stop. Shore power must be manually disconnected. NOTE! On an actual plant, generators have to be synchronized before connecting to a live switchboard. This feature is not modelled here, and therefore generators can be connected indiscriminately. When connecting a generator to shore power, proper frequency must be observed. More often than not, shore power frequency are 50 hertz, while ship power is 60 hertz.

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Starting and connecting second generator as described for the first one. Also without synchronization. After connection of generator(s), voltage and frequency must be checked. Select picture ELECTRIC POWER PLANT. Frequency is adjusted with buttons RAISE and LOWER while observing load sharing. Voltage is adjusted with MAGN. (magnetization). Click inside numeric values with centre button on tracker-ball, enter new values and press ENTER. Keep adjusting until frequency is slightly above 60 hertz and voltage slightly above 440 volt. NOTE! On an actual ship adjusting frequency and load sharing is a continuous task unless switchboard is automated. When load changes, so does bus bar values. Ref. also DIESEL GENERATOR NO 1 and 2

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Automatic power management: There are 2 main Diesel Generators. After completion of starting preparations as described, first generator is started and connected. Press buttons AUTO and PRIORITY 1 for this generator set. Second generator set after preparing for start, READY signal will be lit on POWER CHIEF panel. Press buttons AUTO and PRIORITY 2 for this generator. CONTROL MODE selects various automated power management functions. Shaft generator: The static converter permits flexible operation of the Shaft Generator. It can be connected when the ME speed is above 34 rpm. (45%) Full power is available when ME speed is higher than 56 rpm. (75%). It should be operated as a base generator with priority selection 1. Note that it will not act as a stand by generator in a black out situation. Therefore be sure always to have at least one diesel generator in AUTO (stand by) when operating only on the Shaft Generator. When running, connects and disconnects as diesel generators. When READY, can be placed in AUTO as other generators. Turbo generator: When the steam pressure produced in the exhaust boiler is higher than 8 bar, start the turbogenerator locally. Connect the turbo-generator manually and adjust load from the main switch board. When steam conditions are stable, transfer to AUTO. The boiler combustion control should be prepared and in AUTO mode, ready for automatic start up of burners. The Burner Management load setting selection should be LOW. The essence of a turbo-generator is to utilize excess energy (waste heat) in main engine exhaust gases. Therefore T/G is mainly run when waste heat is to be recovered.

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Equal Load Balances load evenly between generator sets when 2 is running simultaneously. Optimal Load Provides maximum fuel economy. (Highest priority takes max load while lower priority takes the rest of the load.) Refer to chapter 4. Cyclic Load (Asymmetric load sharing) Runs one generator maximum load alternately in preset intervals. This function prevents fouling of engine internal since engines are periodically run full load with full scavenging air pressure and flow. Frequency Control Controls frequency on both or one generator. Non Essential Load Trip Flashes when alternators have been overloaded and non essentials are tripped. Reset function by clicking on button. High Power Flashes when generator set reaches upper limit (appr. 780 kW). To reset/acknowledge alarm click flashing button. Generator Stand-by Start Request Flashing button indicates upper load limit (appr. 600 kW) is near for running set. If in manual mode, start second generator set.

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2.1.42 Power Chief/Pump/Comp. Control Related systems required to be in operation: Main bus bar active. Preparations before starting: Select respective system pictures for pumps and compressors and prepare for start of components. Valves and operating conditions must be within operating specifications. Starting procedure: MANUAL mode: Push START button. When steady light, pump/compressor is running. Pushing button on running pump/compressor will stop the pump/compressor, and light will extinguish. AUTO mode: As in manual mode. When first pump/compressor is running push button AUTO. Changing pumps/compressors in AUTO, push AUTO. Start selected pump/compressor and stop running pump/compressor. Push button AUTO. NOTE! If an object has developed faults, or attempting to run object without f.ex. opening valves, stand by pump/compressor will start. Indicated by flashing start button. To remedy condition, stop object. Locate problem and repair. After a repair attempt or rectifying of running condition, follow normal AUTO procedure.

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Auto Chief/Indicator Panel Read only, no actions.

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2.1.44 Auto Chief Control Panel Related systems required to be in operation: Main bus bar active. Main engine with related subsystems. Starting procedure: Note that Slow turning should be performed if the ME has stand still for more than 30 minutes. ME Slow turning is carried out by pressing the Slow Turn. button. Check that start air block valve is open. Check that start air distributor block valve is open. Check that indicator cocks are closed. Check that turning gear is disengaged. Reset any slow down or shut down alarms. The speed lever must be set to stop position to be able to reset any shut downs. Check that no safety overrides are present. Start in fixed pitch mode: Move handle to Slow by point and click on the interactive field or by typing in desired command in the numeric window. Press the combi start/stop button. Move speed lever or type in desired command in the numeric window.

Start in Combinator mode:

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Speed Command Limiting graph shows any speed limiter active in the system. Actuator graph can not exceed limiting graph. Fuel Link Command Actuator graph can not exceed limiting graph. Limiting graph is present when either torque limiter or scavenging air limiter is active. Fixed Speed Shows set speed from numeric window either as a graph or numeric values in percentage of load. To select FIXED SPEED: Enter new speed by clicking on numeric window and enter desired speed. Press FIXED SPEED button. Responsibility Transfer Acknowledge either conditions from bridge by clicking flashing button. Either Engine control room, Bridge control or Local control related to manoeuvring positions or Engine control room stand by or Finished with engines as related to engine staff preparedness level. Governor/regulator response -Fixed pitch When this mode is chosen by clicking the button, propeller pitch will be fixed and the only variable by manoeuvring is propeller speed.

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-Combi Meaning combinator mode. When chosen, a preset curve with both propeller speed and related propeller pitch will be chosen. This mode ensures lesser stress in propulsion engine during manoeuvring. -Shaft generator This mode is intended to be used only if the present plant has a directly driven Shaft Generator. When chosen, this means that shaft generator is active and connected to main bus bar. When a slow down occurs, slow down of engine is halted in order for PowerChief/Generator Control to start additional auxiliary engines and connect to Main Switchboard in order to prevent a blackout condition. -Thermal limiter Active when engine load is increasing too fast or when engine is overloaded. The thermal limiter can, if necessary due to an emergency situation, be overridden by pressing the Program Override button. -Direct fuel link To be activated when fault occurs in main engine governor unit. Acts as if engine control handle and fuel linkage are directly related to each others position. I.e. when ECR handle is 50%, fuel link responds with 50% output. RPM WILL NOT BE CONTROLLED IN THIS MODE. CONTROL OF RPM IS OPERATORS ACTIONS WITH HANDLE.

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-Lock fuel link Lock fuel linkage in present position when activated. Manoeuvring of engine in ECR mode Acknowledge desired speed either direction or stop by clicking the flashing button. Button will then get steady light. Speed and direction of thrust are then carried out by point and click on the interactive fields along the speed lever or by typing in desired direction and speed in the numeric window. Minus in front of numeric value sets thrust in ASTERN. Mimic diodes to the right of handle will show position of cam shaft and direction of handle. Actuation of START/STOP switches internally in handle will also be mimicked with diodes. If Wrong Way alarm is activated, the camshaft direction does not correspond with command from bridge. In the same way the Lever Mismatch alarm will come.

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2.1.45 Main Engine Bridge Control Related systems required to be in operation: Main bus bar active. Main engine related subsystems are running. Starting procedure: As for AutoChief Control Panel.

Transferring responsibility: As for AutoChief Control Panel

Ordering with emergency telegraph: The Bridge Telegraph Enable indication lamp has to be lit (green). This is set in the variable list, page 9010. Press selected button at emergency telegraph, the lamp is flashing until Engine Control room/Engine room answers.

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2.1.46 Ship Course Control Related systems required to be in operation: Main bus bar active Propulsion machinery Operating procedure: To set Autopilot, press button ON (can also be set from picture MD 56&58). Course can be set in numeric window either from MD 111 or MD 56 or MD58. To set Manual steering, press button MAN (can also be set from picture MD 56 and 58). Rudder position can be set or altered by clicking into numeric window (can also be set from MD 111). Rudder angle to port is set with prefixed MINUS. Emergency Steering is executed by pressing Emergency Rudder Control buttons PORT and STBD. Rudder positions can be read in the Rudder Position window. Emergency steering can also be executed from picture MD 56. Bow Thruster is started from this picture. Bow thruster propeller pitch is set in the numeric window. Bow thruster load and pitch are displayed in the bar-graphs. To start fire pumps, press desired button(s). Ambient temperature, Wind force and Wind direction are set from the variable page 9002.

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2.1.47 Cylinder Indication Press/Angle Related systems to be in operation: ME running Operation of recording: In the column of INDICATE (cyl.1-5), press field button(s) (I 1 to I 5), write your comments to the indication in the field to the right of buttons I 1 to I 5. Make your selection in the three columns of SELECT CURVE (blue, magenta, and brown), press the cylinder number to be indicated and one of the buttons I 1 to I 5 which has to correspond with the one selected in the column of INDICATE. On the lower part of the diagram, the soft button Zoom can be used to zoom the diagram in horizontal direction to 300%. The soft button Spread is used to move overlaying curves apart.

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2.1.48 Cylinder Indication Press/Vol Related systems to be in operation: ME running Operation of recording: In the column of INDICATE (cyl.1-5), press field button(s) (I 1 to I 5), write your comments to the indication in the field to the right of buttons I 1 to I 5. Make your selection in the three columns of SELECT CURVE (blue, magenta, and brown), press the cylinder number to be indicated and one of the buttons I 1 to I 5 which has to correspond with the one selected in the column of INDICATE. On the lower part of the diagram, the soft button Zoom can be used to zoom the diagram in horizontal direction to 300%. The soft button Spread is used to move overlaying curves apart.

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2.1.49 Weak Spring diagram Related systems to be in operation: ME running Operation of recording: In the column of INDICATE (cyl.1-5), press field button(s) (I 1 to I 5), write your comments to the indication in the field to the right of buttons I 1 to I 5. Make your selection in the three columns of SELECT CURVE (blue, magenta, and brown), press the cylinder number to be indicated and one of I 1 to I 5 which has to correspond with the one selected in the column of INDICATE. In the lower part of the picture, the soft button Zoom 1 can be used to zoom the diagram in vertical direction to 300%. The soft button Zoom 2 can be used to zoom the diagram in vertical direction to 600%. NOTE: The operation of recording mentioned above is identical to the operation of recording of Cylinder Indication Press/angle. If you have taken the diagrams of Cylinder Indication Press/angle, you can get the diagrams of High Resolution at the same time.

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2.1.50 Cylinder Indication Delta-Press/Angle Related systems to be in operation: ME running

Operation of recording: In the column of INDICATE (cyl.1-5), press field button(s) (I 1 to I 5), write your comments to the indication in the field to the right of buttons I 1 to I 5. Make your selection in the three columns of SELECT CURVE (blue, magenta, and brown), press the cylinder number to be indicated and one of I 1 to I 5 which has to correspond with the one selected in the column of INDICATE. NOTE: The operation of recording mentioned above is identical to the operation of recording of Cylinder Indication Press/angle. If you have taken the diagrams of Cylinder Indication Press/angle, you can get the diagrams of Delta-Press/Angle at the same time.

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2.1.51 Pen Recorder Related systems required to be in operation: The system(s) which tag(s) is to be recorded. Preparations before recording: Select tag(s) for recording. The recorder may record six tags simultaneously. All tags in the system may be recorded. Operation: Press button Channel 1. Type tag no. in corresponding column (big letters). Type tag units (kg, degrees, tons, etc.). Type high limit. Type low limit. Press Start button. The graph is drawn in the same colour as the indicator lamp at the channel 1 button. Channel 2-6: As channel 1. NOTE! Paper speed can only be adjusted when an external pen recorder is connected.

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2.1.52

Description of Legends This picture explains the symbols used in the different mimic pictures.

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Main Engine
ME TBCH 1 Serious Damage (X01642) Trip No. 0: Trip No. 1: Trip No. 2: Trip No. 3: Normal Condition Rough Washing Damaged High Vibration Damage TBCH Overspeed

ME TBCH 2 Serious Damage (X01643) Trip No. 0: Trip No. 1: Trip No. 2: Trip No. 3: Normal Condition Rough Washing Damaged High Vibration Damage TBCH Overspeed

NOTE! Trip No. 1: Rough Washing Damage Washing of turbine at ME Power

> 13.5 MW (75%)

Consequence: Turbine blade damage, reduced eff. and some vibration Trip No. 2: High Vibration Damage High vibration > 90% over a substansial period Approx. 6. min.

NOTE! ME will Slow Down if Vibration > 50%. Trip No. 3: TBCH Overspeed Speed > 130%

Caused by shaft rupture ( TBCH Break Down) or exh. receiver fire.

AutoChief Shut Down Limits (X02444) 1) LL Lub Oil Pressure 2) HH Thrust Bearing temp 3) HH Cyl Cool Water Temp 4) Overspeed Bearing LO press 1.0 bar Cam shaft LO press 1.5 bar Thrust bearing 85C Cylinder temp 96C ME 80 RPM

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Slow Down Limits (X02445) 1) Low LO Pressure 2) 3) 4) 5) High Thrust Bearing Temp Piston Cool Flow High Scav Air Temp Miscellaneous 1) Main Lo Temp Inlet ME 2) Cam Lo Temp Inlet ME 3) Piston Lo Temp High 4) Oil Mist 5) Main Bearing Temp High 6) Cylinder Lubricatior High 7) Cylinder Exh Temp High 8) High TBHC Vibration50 % Bearing LO press 1.2 bar Cam shaft LO press 2.0 bar Thrust bearing 75C Cylinder no flow Cylinder temp 75C 60C 70C 70C On/Off 80C No flow 460C

Fail (Z02446) Start Failure Reversing Failure Breaking Failure Low Start Air Pressure Low Control Air Pressure MV 5801 Z0570 (0-2) Fire Detection Eng Area MV 5801 Z0571 (0-2) Fire Detection Deck Area (2= Serious) (2= Serious)

ME Serious Damage Indicator (X02413) 1) Over - Overspeed 130 g. = 120 RPM. 2) Piston Seizure Liner overheat 3) Eng Room Fire Damage 4) Cyl Water Strike At start 5) Cranc Shaft Damage HH temp bearing 6) Cranc Casing Explosion Scav air fire 7) Cranc Casing Explosion Oil mist 8) Sinking Ship Deck fire NOTE! Piston Seizure: Cyl Water Strike: Liner temp 240C+ Delay 2.5 min. Leakage fault set (Not implemented) Delay approximately 60 min.

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Cranc Shaft Damage

Main Bearings High 170C Cross Bearings High 170C Cranc Bearings High 170C Delay 2.5 Min. Three or more scav air fires Oil Mist Detection ME Running 20 Min. Oil Mist if Bearings 100 - 120C Or opening of casing doors too early after stop (Hot Oil Mist + Air).

Cranc Casing Explosion: Cranc Casing Explosion:

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Diesel Generators
Diesel Generator no. 1 (X03160) Trip No. 0: Trip No. 1: Trip No. 2: Trip No. 3: Trip No. 4: Trip No. 5: Trip No. 6: Normal Condition Over speed Low Lub Oil Pressure High Lub Oil Temp High Fresh Water Temp High Exhaust Temp Eng Room Fire Damage

112.5% = 67.5 Hz 0.63 bar 85C 96C 700C

Diesel Generator no. 2 (X03360) Trip No. 0: Trip No. 1: Trip No. 2: Trip No. 3: Trip No. 4: Trip No. 5: Trip No. 6: Normal Condition Over speed Low Lub Oil Pressure High Lub Oil Temp High Fresh Water Temp High Exhaust Temp Eng Room Fire Damage

112.5% = 67.5 Hz 0.63 bar 85C 96C 700C

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Turbo-Generator
Turbo-Generator (X04651) Trip No. 0: Trip No. 1: Trip No. 2: Trip No. 3: Trip No. 4: Trip No. 5: Trip No. 6: Trip No.7: Normal Condition High Hot Well Level High Back Pressure High Steam Generator Level Over Speed Spare Low Lub Oil Pressure Axial Displacement Water Strike

Level > 800 mm. Press > 0.20 bara Level > 300 mm Speed > 112.5% Press < 1.0 bar and TG Run High Wate Content in Exh SH 50% or TG line > 25% and TG run TG high speed and cold TG high speed > 40% St.Gen level >400mm Fast run > 87% Cold oil < 21C Hot Oil > 85C Bad oil water index > 87%

Trip No. 8:

High Vibration During Start Up

Trip No. 9: Trip No. 10:

Axial Displacement Carry Over High Vibration Poor lubrication

Trip No. 11

Turning Gear Engaged

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Breakers
DG 1 Circuit Breaker (X06013) Trip No. 0: Trip No. 1: Trip No. 2: Trip No. 3: Trip No. 4: Trip No. 5: Normal condition Fast Overload Slow Overload Under load, Reverse Power Low Voltage Low Frequency

DG 2 Circuit Breaker (X06014) Trip No. 0: Trip No. 1: Trip No. 2: Trip No. 3: Normal condition Fast Overload Slow Overload Under load, Reverse Power

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Trip No. 4: Low Voltage Trip No. 5: Low Frequency TG Circuit Breaker (X06053) Trip No. 0: Normal condition Trip No. 1: Fast Overload Trip No. 2: Slow Overload Trip No. 3: Under load, Reverse Power Trip No. 4: Low Voltage Trip No. 5: Low Frequency SG Circuit Breaker (X06073) Trip No. 0: Trip No. 1: Trip No. 2: Trip No. 3: Trip No. 4: Trip No. 5: NOTE! Normal condition Fast Overload Slow Overload Under load, Reverse Power Low Voltage Low Frequency

Generators Trip limits is equal to each other 1205.4 A 330 V - 600 V 52.5 HZ - 70 Hz 700 kW 1063A / cos = 0.864 440 V 60 Hz

Current Trip: Voltage Trip: Freqency Trip: Normal Limits 100% Load: Normal Current: Normal Voltage: Normal Freqency:

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Compressors
SA Compressor no. 1 (R04470) Trip No. 0: Trip No. 1: Trip No. 2: Normal condition High Air discharge Temp Low Lub Oil Pressure >110C <0.75 bar

SA 2 Compressor no.2 (R04471) Trip No. 0: Trip No. 1: Trip No. 2: Normal condition High Air discharge Temp Low Lub Oil Pressure >110C <0.75 bar

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Service Air Compressor (R04472) Trip No. 0: Trip No. 1: Trip No. 2: Normal condition High Air discharge Temp Low Lub Oil Pressure >100C <0.75 bar

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Trip Codes for Refrigeration Compressors


Compressor Trip Limits - Low LO Pressure - High LO Temp - High Disch. Temp - High Disch. Press. - High El. Load : : : : : P06571 T06567 T06532 P06527 E06533 <0.75 bar >80C >120C >29 bar >240 kW

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Boiler
Oil Fired Boiler (X05663) Trip No. 0: Normal Condition Trip No. 1: Combustion Air Fan Stopped Trip No. 2: Low Water Level Primary drum < -300 mm. Trip No. 3: Low Atomizing Steam Pressure bar Trip No. 4: Burner Flame Out Trip No. 5: Furnace Explosion: Missing purge Trip No. 6: Furnace Explosion: DO operation Trip No. 7: High High Water Level Primary Drum > 300mm. NOTE! Furnace Explosion at DO: By using HFO burners High DO flow > 2.5 t/h Burner no. 1 (X05655) Trip No. 0: Normal Condition Trip No. 1: Too Much Oil At Ignition Trip No. 2: Too Much Air At Ignition Trip No. 3: Too Much Smoke When Burner On Trip No. 4: Too Much Oxygen When Burner On Trip No. 5: Flame Detector Fault Burner no. 2 (X05656) Trip No. 0: Normal Condition Trip No. 1: Too Much Oil At Ignition Trip No. 2: Too Much Air At Ignition Trip No. 3: Too Much Smoke When Burner On Trip No. 4: Too Much Oxygen When Burner On

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Trip No. 5: Flame Detector Fault Feed Water Pumps (X05627) Trip No. 0: Normal Condition Trip No. 1: High Water Level Steam Generator NOTE! Feed Water Pumps Trip If Steam Generator Level > 300 mm.

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Cargo Turbines
Cargo Turbines (X04750) Trip No. 0: Trip No. 1: Trip No. 2: Trip No. 3: Trip No. 4: Normal Condition High Condenser Pressure > 0.25 bara High Steam Generator Level > 300 mm. Water Strike (Oil Boiler Super Heater) Low Inlet Steam Pressure < 5.0 bar

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HFO Separators
HFO Separator 1 (X04026) Trip No. 0 Trip No. 1 Trip No. 2 Trip No. 3 Trip No. 4 Trip No. 5 Trip No. 6 Trip No. 7 Normal Condition Water Trancducer Fault High Oil Outlet Pressure Sludge Discharge Failure High Low Oil Temperature No Displacement Water High Vibration Low Oil Outlet Pressure

Presssure > 1.9 bar

Pressure < 1.45 bar

HFO Separator 2 (X24026) Trip No. 0 Trip No. 1 Trip No. 2 Trip No. 3 Trip No. 4 Trip No. 5 Trip No. 6 Trip No. 7 Normal Condition Water Trancducer Fault High Oil Outlet Pressure Sludge Discharge Failure High Low Oil Temperature No Displacement Water High Vibration Low Oil Outlet Pressure

Presssure > 1.9 bar

Pressure < 1.45 bar

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Control System
PID controller Actuator Process Sensor

A standard single controller loop consists of the following parts:

4.1.1 PID Controller The basic PID controller action can be modified by including feed forward signal(s). This is another efficient way of improving control functions. These modifications are found in the Steam system. See figure below.

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It is also possible to improve the quality of control further by introducing cascade control. The control function is then carried out in two steps. The slave controller controls the front part of the process and the master controller checks the final result and sends correction signal as a setpoint command to the slave controller. See figure below.

4.1.2 Controller Tuning The controllers can be tuned according to Siegler Nichols procedure: a. b. c. d. Remove the reset action by putting the Integral (I) = 0 Remove the derivate action by putting Derivat (D) = 0 Increase the gain (P) until the control loop is oscillating Note the gain (GO) and the period of oscillation (TO)

A usable controller setting is then found by: P = 1.7 * GO, I = 0.5 * TO, D = 0.12 * TO

Low gain gives slow control action. Short integration time gives fast reset action but reduced stability. Too high derivate function gives nervous, unsteady controller action.

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Changing from SW PID to HW PID: Note that feed forward signals are not included when using the HW PID. See figure below.

4.1.3 Actuator The control valves are assumed to be positioned by valve actuators driven by air via electric-pneumatic converters (I/P). The actuator system is divided into three subsystems; Valve Dynamics Valve Hysteresis Valve Characteristics

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4.1.4 Valve Dynamics The Time Constant (TC) can be changed from the variable page. The Time Constant is defined as the time it takes for the valve to reach 63 % of the controller output signal.

Final Value 63%

4.1.5 Hysteresis/Stiction A hysteresis element is included in the description of all main control valves, to account for unlinear dynamic effects so often encountered in real life control problems.

The unlinear effect can be of 3 kinds: Negativ, positiv and stiction. Type of unlinearity and the value of it can be selected from the variable page.

Negative hysteresis: The actual valve position will be less or equal to the setpoint (controller output).

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Positiv hysteresis: The actual valve position will be greater or equal to the setpoint (controller output).

The actual valve position is frozen until the setpoint is greater than the slack value. In other words we can say that the valve has to tighten up the slack before the valve moves (both ways). When the controller output signal changes direction, the valve has to tighten up the slack again before the valve moves. The value of the slack can be set from the variable page.

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4.1.6 Valve Characteristics A valve usually has different gain in different working ranges, which can be seen when drawing the valves characteristics. In other words; the connection between the in signal to the valve and the flow through the valve. Valve characteristics to be selected from the variable page.

1,0

effective flow area

pe O st Fa e a r lin

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STEAM GENERATOR (1 - 1)......................... 23 REFRIGERATION SYSTEM (1 - 2) ................. 23 REFRIGERATION SYSTEM (2 - 2) ................. 24 INERT GAS SYSTEM (1 - 1 )......................... 24 STEERING GEAR SYSTEM (1 - 1) ................ 25 FRESH WATER SANITARY (1 - 1) ................. 25 REMOTE EMERGENCY PANEL (1 - 1) ............. 26

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DIRECTORY LIST
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Page:0101 AG01** FUEL OIL SUPPLY SYSTEM (1 - 4)
bar degC cSt bar L=7.0 L=20.0 L=10.0 L=--H=9.5 H=150.0 H=17.0 H=1.5 FO pressure at ME FO temp inlet ME FO visco inlet ME FO filter diff pressure

P00023 T00002 W00011 P00021

P00024 T00043 T00044

bar degC degC

L=3.0 L=--L=---

H=6.0 H=140.0 H=140.0

FO supply pump pressure FO supply pump 1 casing temp FO supply pump 2 casing temp

Z00055

<0-1>

L=---

H=1.0

FO pipe rupture detector (leakage)

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Page:0102 AG01** FO SERVICE TANKS (2 - 4)

L00300 T00302 G00305

m degC ton/h

L=1.8 L=60.0 L=---

H=5.8 H=90.0 H=0.1

HFO service tank level HFO service tank temp HFO service tank overflow

L00340 T00342 G00345

m degC ton/h

L=1.5 L=30.0 L=---

H=5.8 H=70.0 H=0.1

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m degC m ton/h L=2.0 L=60.0 L=--L=--H=5.8 H=90.0 H=0.8 H=0.1 Settling tank 1 level Settling tank 1 temperature Settling tank 1 water level Settling tank 1 overflow

L00400 T00401 L00402 G00404

L00440 T00441 L00442 G00444

m degC m ton/h

L=2.0 L=60.0 L=--L=---

H=5.8 H=90.0 H=0.8 H=0.1

Settling tank 2 level Settling tank 2 temperature Settling tank 2 water level Settling tank 2 overflow

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L00263 G00256

m ton/h

L=--L=---

H=1.5 H=1.0

Spill oil tank level Spill oil tank overflow ( fire !!! )

L00202 L00216 L00232 L00246 T00205 T00221 T00235 T00251

m m m m degC degC degC degC

L=--L=--L=--L=--L=40.0 L=40.0 L=40.0 L=40.0

H=19.0 H=19.0 H=19.0 H=19.0 H=--H=--H=--H=---

Aft bunker tank FO level Port bunker tank FO level Stbd bunker tank FO level Fore bunker tank FO level Aft bunker tank FO temp Port bunker tank FO temp Stbd bunker tank FO temp Fore bunker tank FO temp

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P01303 T01350 P01304 L01340 G01353 Z01342

bar degC bar m ton/h %

L=1.5 L=35.0 L=--L=0.8 L=--L=---

H=--H=54.0 H=1.0 H=1.8 H=0.1 H=40.0

Main LO press inlet ME bearings Main LO temp inlet ME Main LO filter diff press Main LO service tank level Main LO service tank overflow Main LO contamination index

P01440 T01443 P01441 L01455 G01456 L01500

bar degC bar m ton/h m

L=2.0 L=--L=--L=0.3 L=--L=0.3

H=--H=56.0 H=0.5 H=0.9 H=0.1 H=0.9

Camshaft LO press inlet ME Camshaft LO temp inlet ME Camshaft LO filter diff press Camshaft LO tank level Camshaft LO tank overflow ME cyl LO tank level

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kg/h kg/h kg/h kg/h kg/h L=0.3 L=0.3 L=0.3 L=0.3 L=0.3 H=--H=--H=--H=--H=--ME cyl 1 liner lubrication flow ME cyl 2 liner lubrication flow ME cyl 3 liner lubrication flow ME cyl 4 liner lubrication flow ME cyl 5 liner lubrication flow

G01510 G01511 G01512 G01513 G01514

Z17011 Z17021 Z17031 Z17041 Z17051

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

L=--L=--L=--L=--L=---

H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0

ME cyl 1 ME cyl 2 ME cyl 3 ME cyl 4 ME cyl 5

piston ring alarm piston ring alarm piston ring alarm piston ring alarm piston ring alarm

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<0-8> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> L=--L=--L=--L=--H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 ME serious damage ( trip ) Autochief : Shut down Autochief : Slow down Autochief : Fail

X02413 X02444 X02445 X02446

X07077 N02015 E02005 X07509

<0-2> rpm MW <0-1>

L=--L=--L=--L=---

H=1.0 H=82.0 H=20.0 H=1.0

Powerchief pump control (stby start) ME speed ME shaft power ( to propeller Bridge control loss of response )

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ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h degC degC degC degC degC L=5.0 L=5.0 L=5.0 L=5.0 L=5.0 L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--H=--H=--H=--H=--H=--H=90.0 H=90.0 H=90.0 H=90.0 H=90.0 ME cyl 1 wtr flow ME cyl 2 wtr flow ME cyl 3 wtr flow ME cyl 4 wtr flow ME cyl 5 wtr flow ME cyl 1 wtr outlet temp ME cyl 2 wtr outlet temp ME cyl 3 wtr outlet temp ME cyl 4 wtr outlet temp ME cyl 5 wtr outlet temp (liner) (liner) (liner) (liner) (liner)

G02053 G02113 G02153 G02213 G02253 T02043 T02103 T02143 T02203 T02243

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G02052 G02112 G02152 G02212 G02252 T02044 T02104 T02144 T02204 T02244

ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h degC degC degC degC degC

L=10.0 L=10.0 L=10.0 L=10.0 L=10.0 L=--L=--L=--L=--L=---

H=--H=--H=--H=--H=--H=65.0 H=65.0 H=65.0 H=65.0 H=65.0

ME cyl 1 oil flow ME cyl 2 oil flow ME cyl 3 oil flow ME cyl 4 oil flow ME cyl 5 oil flow ME cyl 1 oil outlet temp ME cyl 2 oil outlet temp ME cyl 3 oil outlet temp ME cyl 4 oil outlet temp ME cyl 5 oil outlet temp (piston) (piston) (piston) (piston) (piston)

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T02046 T02106 T02146 T02206 T02246 T02045 T02105 T02145 T02205 T02245 G01510 G01511 G01512 G01513 G01514

degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC kg/h kg/h kg/h kg/h kg/h

L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=0.3 L=0.3 L=0.3 L=0.3 L=0.3

H=200.0 H=200.0 H=200.0 H=200.0 H=200.0 H=250.0 H=250.0 H=250.0 H=250.0 H=250.0 H=--H=--H=--H=--H=---

ME cyl 1 liner temp ME cyl 2 liner temp ME cyl 3 liner temp ME cyl 4 liner temp ME cyl 5 liner temp ME cyl 1 cover temp ME cyl 2 cover temp ME cyl 3 cover temp ME cyl 4 cover temp ME cyl 5 cover temp

(mean) (mean) (mean) (mean) (mean) (mean) (mean) (mean) (mean) (mean)

ME cyl 1 liner lubrication flow ME cyl 2 liner lubrication flow ME cyl 3 liner lubrication flow ME cyl 4 liner lubrication flow ME cyl 5 liner lubrication flow

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L01150 G01154 P01005 T01010 T01011

m ton/h bar degC degC

L=0.4 L=--L=1.4 L=60.0 L=---

H=1.7 H=0.1 H=--H=--H=88.0

ME FW exp tank level ME FW exp tank overflow HTFW press inlet ME HTFW temp inlet ME HTFW temp outlet ME

Z01164 Z01160 Z01161

% ppm ppm

L=--L=--L=---

H=5.0 H=50.0 H=50.0

ME FW system gas detector (cyl crack) ME FW system salinity ME FW system oil content

P01001 T01015

bar degC

L=2.2 L=26.0

H=--H=36.0

LTFW pump discharge pressure LTFW temp outlet LTFW pumps

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P04300 Z04312 V04446 P04301 Z04313 V04450 X04503 P04335 T04342 Z04350 X04504 P04336 T04343 Z04351

bar % <0-1> bar % <0-1> <0-3> bar degC % <0-3> bar degC %

L=22.0 L=--L=--L=22.0 L=--L=--L=--L=1.5 L=--L=--L=--L=1.5 L=--L=---

H=32.0 H=50.0 H=1.0 H=32.0 H=50.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 H=--H=90.0 H=80.0 H=1.0 H=--H=90.0 H=80.0

Start air receiver 1 pressure Start air receiver 1 water content Start air receiver 1 safety valve Start air receiver 2 pressure Start air receiver 2 water content Start air receiver 2 safety valve Start air compr 1 trip (temp,press,curr) Start air compr 1 LO inlet press Start air compr 1 air outlet temp Start air compr 1 airc water content Start air compr 2 trip (temp,press,curr) Start air compr 2 LO inlet press Start air compr 2 air outlet temp Start air compr 2 airc water content

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P04306 Z04314 V04454 X04505 P04337 T04344 Z04352

bar % <0-1> <0-3> bar degC %

L=5.0 L=--L=--L=--L=1.5 L=--L=---

H=8.0 H=50.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 H=--H=90.0 H=80.0

Serv air receiver press Serv air receiver water content Serv air receiver safety valve Serv Serv Serv Serv air compr trip (temp,press,curr) air compr LO inlet press air compr air outlet temp air compr airc water content

P04311

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H=4.5

Control air pressure

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degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=-40.0 L=-40.0 L=-40.0 L=-40.0 L=-40.0 H=450.0 H=450.0 H=450.0 H=450.0 H=450.0 H=40.0 H=40.0 H=40.0 H=40.0 H=40.0 ME cyl 1 exh outlet temp ME cyl 2 exh outlet temp ME cyl 3 exh outlet temp ME cyl 4 exh outlet temp ME cyl 5 exh outlet temp ME cyl 1 exh outlet temp deviation ME cyl 2 exh outlet temp deviation ME cyl 3 exh outlet temp deviation ME cyl 4 exh outlet temp deviation ME cyl 5 exh outlet temp deviation

T02040 T02100 T02140 T02200 T02240 T02041 T02101 T02141 T02201 T02241

T01613 T01623

degC degC

L=--L=---

H=420.0 H=420.0

ME TBCH 1 exh outlet temp ME TBCH 2 exh outlet temp

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T02042 T02102 T02142 T02202 T02242

degC degC degC degC degC

L=--L=--L=--L=--L=---

H=55.0 H=55.0 H=55.0 H=55.0 H=55.0

ME cyl 1 air inlet ME cyl 2 air inlet ME cyl 3 air inlet ME cyl 4 air inlet ME cyl 5 air inlet

temp temp temp temp temp

T01601

degC

L=---

H=55.0

ME air receiver temp

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rpm % degC mmWC degC mmWC % rpm % degC mmWC degC mmWC % <0-3> <0-3> L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--H=9000.0 H=50.0 H=220.0 H=300.0 H=90.0 H=300.0 H=40.0 H=9000.0 H=50.0 H=220.0 H=300.0 H=90.0 H=300.0 H=40.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 ME TBCH 1 speed ME TBCH 1 vibra index ME TBCH 1 air outlet temp ME TBCH 1 air filter diff press ME airc 1 air outlet temp ME airc 1 air flow press drop ME TBCH 1 airc water level (demister) ME TBCH 2 speed ME TBCH 2 vibra index ME TBCH 2 air outlet temp ME TBCH 2 air filter diff press ME airc 2 air outlet temp ME airc 2 air flow press drop ME TBCH 2 airc water level (demister) ME TBCH 1 serious damage ME TBCH 2 serious damage

N01610 Z01617 T01614 P01615 T01705 P01703 L13040 N01620 Z01627 T01624 P01625 T01725 P01723 L13050 X01642 X01643

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Page:0901 AG09** ME BEARING SYSTEM (crossh/cranc) (1 - 3)

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

T02060 T02120 T02160 T02220 T02260 T02061 T02121 T02161 T02221 T02261

degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC

L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=---

H=70.0 H=70.0 H=70.0 H=70.0 H=70.0 H=70.0 H=70.0 H=70.0 H=70.0 H=70.0

ME cyl 1 crossh bearing temp ME cyl 2 crossh bearing temp ME cyl 3 crossh bearing temp ME cyl 4 crossh bearing temp ME cyl 5 crossh bearing temp ME cyl 1 crank ME cyl 2 crank ME cyl 3 crank ME cyl 4 crank ME cyl 5 crank bearing temp bearing temp bearing temp bearing temp bearing temp

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Page:0902 AG09** ME BEARING SYSTEM (main/thrust) (2 - 3)

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

T02340 T02341 T02342 T02343 T02344 T02345

degC degC degC degC degC degC

L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=---

H=70.0 H=70.0 H=70.0 H=70.0 H=70.0 H=70.0

ME main bearing 1 temp ME main bearing 2 temp ME main bearing 3 temp ME main bearing 4 temp ME main bearing 5 temp ME main bearing 6 temp

T02350

degC

L=---

H=75.0

ME thrust bearing temp (axial )

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Page:0903 AG09** ME CRANC CASING OIL MIST + MISC (3 - 3)

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

X02062 X02122 X02162 X02222 X02262

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

L=--L=--L=--L=--L=---

H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0

ME cyl 1 oil mist ME cyl 2 oil mist ME cyl 3 oil mist ME cyl 4 oil mist ME cyl 5 oil mist

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Page:1001 AG10** FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM (1 - 1)

A: B: C: Z00570 D: E: Z00571 F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

<0-2> <0-2>

L=--L=---

H=1.0 H=1.0

Fire detection engine area (2=serious) Fire detection deck area (2=serious)

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Page:1101 AG11** PROPELLER SERVO OIL SYSTEM (1 - 1)

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

P03701 P03703

bar bar

L=25.0 L=---

H=--H=1.5

Prop servo oil press inlet servo Prop servo oil filter diff press

T03713 L03712 G03722

degC % ton/h

L=--L=30.0 L=---

H=50.0 H=90.0 H=0.1

Prop servo oil tank temp Prop servo oil tank level Prop servo oil tank overflow (to bilge)

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Page:1201 AG12** STERN TUBE SYSTEM (1 1)

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

T03552 T03553 P03465

degC degC mWC

L=--L=--L=1.5

H=60.0 H=60.0 H=11.0

Stern tube fore bearing temp Stern tube aft bearing temp Stern tube LO - SW diff press

L03451 L03452

% %

L=40.0 L=40.0

H=--H=---

Stern tube low grav tank level Stern tube high grav tank level

T03453 L03450 G03476 Z03555

degC % ton/h %

L=--L=30.0 L=--L=---

H=60.0 H=90.0 H=0.1 H=30.0

Stern tube LO sump temp Stern tube LO sump level Stern tube LO sump overflow (to bilge) Stern tube LO contamination

X03565

<0-1>

L=---

H=1.0

Stern tube serious damage

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Page:1301 AG13** SEA WATER SYSTEM (1 1)

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

P00632 T00617 P00630 P00631

bar degC bar bar

L=1.6 L=10.0 L=--L=---

H=--H=40.0 H=0.8 H=0.8

Main SW line supply

pressure

SW temp inlet main SW line SW filter diff pressure (low suction) SW filter diff pressure (high suction)

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Page:1401 AG14** FRESH WATER GENERATOR (1 - 1)

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

Z06674

ppm

L=---

H=15.0

Produced fresh water flow salinity

T06710 T06704 L06671

degC degC %

L=--L=40.0 L=---

H=100.0 H=--H=90.0

Fresh w gen cooling flow outlet temp Fresh w gen heating flow outlet temp Fresh w gen cooler distillate level

P06661 P06660

bara bar

L=--L=4.0

H=0.5 H=---

Fresh w gen pressure (total) Ejector pump discharge pressure

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Page:1501 AG15** WASTE HEAT RECOVERY SYSTEM (1 - 1)

A: B: C: P10667 D: E: F: T10666 G: H: T10665 I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

bar

L=3.5

H=---

Thermal oil circ pump press

degC degC

L=--L=---

H=--H=---

Thermal oil supply line temp Thermal oil return line temp

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Page:1601 AG16** BILGE WELLS / SLUDGE TANK (1 - 1)

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

L06400 L06405 L06414 L06422

m m m m

L=--L=--L=--L=---

H=0.5 H=0.5 H=0.5 H=0.5

Aft bilge well level Eroom bilge well level Refrig. bilge well level Fore bilge well level

L06432

L=---

H=1.5

Sludge tank level (total)

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Page:1602 AG16** BILGE WATER SEPARATOR (1 - 1)

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

T06466 L06465

degC %

L=65.0 L=---

H=95.0 H=40.0

Bilge sep oil/water settling temp Bilge sep oil/water interface level

Z06463

ppm

L=---

H=15.0

Bilge sep flow oil ppm (measuring cell)

X06496 L06490

% m

L=--L=---

H=20.0 H=0.8

Bilge pump auto time on (% of offtime) Clean bilge water tank level

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Page:1701 AG17** PURIFIER SYSTEM (1 - 1)


degC m <0-7> % degC m <0-7> % degC m % <0-1> degC m % <0-1> bar L=90.0 L=0.3 L=--L=0.1 L=90.0 L=0.3 L=--L=0.1 L=80.0 L=0.3 L=--L=--L=45.0 L=0.3 L=--L=--L=5.0 H=105.0 H=0.9 H=1.0 H=0.8 H=105.0 H=0.9 H=1.0 H=0.8 H=95.0 H=0.9 H=90.0 H=1.0 H=70.0 H=0.9 H=90.0 H=1.0 H=--HFO sep 1 heater outlet temp HFO sep 1 water tank level HFO sep 1 trip indicator HFO sep 1 outlet oil flow water content HFO sep 2 heater outlet temp HFO sep 2 water tank level HFO sep 2 trip indicator HFO sep 2 outlet oil flow water content LO LO LO LO DO DO DO DO purif heater outlet temp purif operating water tank level purif sludge flow oil index purif lost seal (low pressure) purif heater outlet temp purif operating water tank level purif sludge flow oil index purif lost seal (low pressure)

Purif steam supply press

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Page:1801 AG18** AIR CONDITION SYSTEM (1 - 1)

A: B: C: T00762 D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

degC

L=---

H=40.0

Control room air temp

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Page:1901 AG19** ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEM 1 (1 - 3)


Volt Hz Volt Hz <0-1> kW A kW A kW A kW A L=410.0 L=56.0 L=410.0 L=56.0 L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=-780.0 L=--H=460.0 H=64.0 H=460.0 H=64.0 H=1.0 Main bus bar 1 voltage Main bus bar 1 frequency Main bus bar 2 voltage Main bus bar 2 frequency Pchief none ess load trip

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

V06140 F06141 V06144 F06145 X06250 E06000 I06003 E06020 I06023 E06040 I06043 E06060 I06063

H=780.0 DG 1 active load H=1100.0 DG 1 current H=780.0 DG 2 active load H=1100.0 DG 2 current H=780.0 TG active load H=1100.0 TG current H=780.0 SG active load H=1100.0 SG current

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Page:1902 AG19** ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEM 2 (2 - 3)


mA mA <0-6> <0-6> <0-6> <0-6> L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--H=20.0 H=20.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 Earth leakage current - 440V Earth leakage current - 220V DG 1 circuit breaker trip DG 2 circuit breaker trip TG circuit breaker trip SG circuit breaker trip

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

I06142 I06143 X06014 X06034 X06054 X06074

E06130 I06138 X06166 E06163 X06220 X06224 X06230 X06234

kW A <0-2> kW <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2>

L=--L=--L=--L=-100.0 L=--L=--L=--L=---

H=200.0 H=280.0 H=1.0 H=800.0 H=2.0 H=2.0 H=2.0 H=2.0

Emergency generator power Em.gen current Shore connection trip Shore connection power DG 1 auto control DG 2 auto control TG auto control SG auto control

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Page:1903 AG19** ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEM 3 (3 - 3)


<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 Tripped (el. power loss) :HFO sep1 Tripped (el. power loss) :HFO sep2 Tripped (el. power loss) :DO purif Tripped (el. power loss) :LO purif Tripped (el. power loss) :FWG Tripped (el. power loss) :Refrig Tripped (el. power loss) :Vent fan1 Tripped (el. power loss) :Vent fan2

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

X38001 X38002 X38003 X38004 X38005 X38006 X38007 X38008

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X03160 N03100 T03020 P03012 T03057 T03060 T03051 P03066 P03032 T03037 L03045 T03034 T03035 L03026 P04425

Page:2001 AG20** DIESELGENERATOR 1


<0-6> rpm degC bar degC degC degC bar bar degC % degC degC % bar L=--L=--L=--L=0.7 L=--L=--L=--L=--L=1.4 L=--L=30.0 L=--L=--L=30.0 L=10.0 H=1.0 DG 1 trip indication

H=1400.0 DG 1 speed H=85.0 DG 1 FW temp outlet DG H=--DG 1 FW press inlet DG H=610.0 H=520.0 H=90.0 H=1.0 H=--H=75.0 H=90.0 H=85.0 H=85.0 H=90.0 H=--DG 1 exhaust temp inlet TBCH DG 1 exhaust temp outlet TBCH DG 1 air temp outlet airc DG 1 FO filter diff press DG 1 LO press inlet DG DG 1 LO temp inlet DG DG 1 LO sump level DG 1 bearing 1 temperature DG 1 bearing 2 temperature DG 1 FW exp tank level DG 1 start air supply press

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Page:2002 AG20** DIESELGENERATOR 1

T03081 T03082 T03083 T03084 T03085 T03086

degC degC degC degC degC degC

L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=---

H=610.0 H=610.0 H=610.0 H=610.0 H=610.0 H=610.0

DG 1 exhaust temp cyl 1 DG 1 exhaust temp cyl 2 DG 1 exhaust temp cyl 3 DG 1 exhaust temp cyl 4 DG 1 exhaust temp cyl 5 DG 1 exhaust temp cyl 6

T03091 T03092 T03093 T03094 T03095 T03096

degC degC degC degC degC degC

L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=---

H=85.0 H=85.0 H=85.0 H=85.0 H=85.0 H=85.0

DG 1 FW temp outlet cyl 1 DG 1 FW temp outlet cyl 2 DG 1 FW temp outlet cyl 3 DG 1 FW temp outlet cyl 4 DG 1 FW temp outlet cyl 5 DG 1 FW temp outlet cyl 6

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X03360 N03300 T03220 P03212 T03257 T03260 T03251 P03266 P03232 T03237 L03245 T03234 T03235 L03226 P04426

Page:2003 AG20** DIESELGENERATOR 2


<0-6> rpm degC bar degC degC degC bar bar degC % degC degC % bar L=--L=--L=--L=0.7 L=--L=--L=--L=--L=1.4 L=--L=30.0 L=--L=--L=30.0 L=10.0 H=1.0 DG 2 trip indication

H=1400.0 DG 2 speed H=85.0 DG 2 FW temp outlet DG H=--DG 2 FW press inlet DG H=610.0 H=520.0 H=90.0 H=1.0 H=--H=75.0 H=90.0 H=85.0 H=85.0 H=90.0 H=--DG 2 exhaust temp inlet TBCH DG 2 exhaust temp outlet TBCH DG 2 air temp outlet airc DG 2 FO filter diff press DG 2 LO press inlet DG DG 2 LO temp inlet DG DG 2 LO sump level DG 2 bearing 1 temperature DG 2 bearing 2 temperature DG 2 FW exp tank level DG 2 start air supply press

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Page:2004 AG20** DIESELGENERATOR 2

T03281 T03282 T03283 T03284 T03285 T03286

degC degC degC degC degC degC

L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=---

H=610.0 H=610.0 H=610.0 H=610.0 H=610.0 H=610.0

DG 2 exhaust temp cyl 1 DG 2 exhaust temp cyl 2 DG 2 exhaust temp cyl 3 DG 2 exhaust temp cyl 4 DG 2 exhaust temp cyl 5 DG 2 exhaust temp cyl 6

T03291 T03292 T03293 T03294 T03295 T03296

degC degC degC degC degC degC

L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=---

H=85.0 H=85.0 H=85.0 H=85.0 H=85.0 H=85.0

DG 2 FW temp outlet cyl 1 DG 2 FW temp outlet cyl 2 DG 2 FW temp outlet cyl 3 DG 2 FW temp outlet cyl 4 DG 2 FW temp outlet cyl 5 DG 2 FW temp outlet cyl 6

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Page:2005 AG20** SHAFTGENERATOR - PTI / PTO

A: B: C: N06974 D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

rpm

L=35.0

H=---

PTO ME speed low

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Page:2101 AG21** TURBOGENERATOR (1 - 3)

X04651 N04613 P04601 T04600

<0-11> L=--rpm bara degC L=--L=7.0 L=170.0

H=1.0

TG trip indication

H=7200.0 TG shaft speed H=17.0 H=420.0 Steam press inlet TG (supply line) Steam temp inlet TG

P04640 T04632 L04631

bar degC %

L=1.5 L=--L=30.0

H=--H=75.0 H=90.0

TG LO press inlet bearings TG LO tank temp TG LO tank level

P04617

bar

L=0.1

H=0.2

TG sealing steam pressure

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Page:2102 AG21** CARGO PUMP TURBINES (2 - 3)


<0-5> % degC bar <0-5> % degC bar L=--L=40.0 L=--L=1.5 L=--L=40.0 L=--L=1.5 H=1.0 H=90.0 H=60.0 H=--H=1.0 H=90.0 H=60.0 H=--Cargo pump turbine 1 trip Cargo pump turb 1 LO sump tank level Cargo pump turb 1 LO sump tank temp Cargo pump turb 1 LO press inlet bearings Cargo pump turbine 2 trip Cargo pump turb 2 LO sump tank level Cargo pump turb 2 LO sump tank temp Cargo pump turb 2 LO press inlet bearings

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

X05833 L05840 T05841 P05838 X05883 L05890 T05891 P05888

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Page:2103 AG21** STEAM CONDENSER (3 - 3)

P04700 L04703

bara mm

L=--L=---

H=0.2 H=650.0

Condenser pressure Condenser hot well level

Z04711

ppm

L=---

H=50.0

Condensate salinity

T04730

degC

L=---

H=36.0

Steam condenser SW outlet temp

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Page:2201 AG22** EXHAUST BOILER (1 - 1)

P05321 T05320 T05323

mmWC L=--degC degC L=--L=---

H=300.0 H=300.0 H=350.0

Exhaust boiler pressure drop Exhaust temp after boiler (inlet stack) Steam temp outlet ex. boiler sh

G05382

ton/h

L=30.0

H=---

Exh boiler water circ flow

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X05663 X05655 X05656 L05417 P05416 T05420 T05440

Page:2301 AG23** OIL FIRED BOILER (1 1)


<0-7> <0-4> <0-4> mm bar degC degC L=--L=--L=--L=-150.0 L=--L=--L=--H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 H=150.0 H=50.0 H=450.0 H=500.0 Boiler trip indication Burner 1 trip indication Burner 2 trip indication Boiler steam drum level Boiler steam drum pressure Boiler superheater steam temp Sh metal temp section 1

Z05422 Z05423 T05454 P05445 V05643

% % degC bar <0-1>

L=0.5 L=--L=80.0 L=3.7 L=---

H=21.0 H=80.0 H=110.0 H=--H=1.0

Boiler flue gas oxygen content Boiler flue gas smoke content Boiler HFO heater outlet temp Atomizing steam pressure Boiler drum safety valve

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X05627

<0-1>

L=---

H=1.0

Feedw pump

trip indication

P05001 L05003 V05101 V05102 V05106

bar mm <0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

L=7.0 L=-150.0 L=--L=--L=---

H=15.0 H=150.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0

Stgen steam pressure Stgen water level Stgen safety valve Main line safety valve Steam dump valve

L05150 G05152

m ton/h

L=1.0 L=---

H=2.8 H=0.1

Feed water tank level Feed water tank overflow

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Page:2501 AG25** REFRIGERATION SYSTEM (1 - 2)

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

T06554 T16554

degC degC

L=-35.0 L=2.0

H=-25.0 H=8.0

Refrig cargo hold air temp Refrig prov store air temp

X06524 E06533 P06530 P06527 T06532 P06571

<0-5> kW bar bar degC bar

L=--L=--L=-0.7 L=--L=--L=1.5

H=1.0 H=230.0 H=--H=15.0 H=90.0 H=---

Refrig comp trip indication Refrig comp electric power Refrig comp suction press Refrig comp discharge press Refrig comp discharge temp Refrig comp LO inlet diff press

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Page:2502 AG25** REFRIGERATION SYSTEM (2 - 2)

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

P06500 P06511 P16511 L06501 L06542 L06512 L16512 L06537 T06567 T06535 T06504

bar bar bar % % % % % degC degC degC

L=--L=-0.7 L=3.0 L=--L=10.0 L=--L=--L=20.0 L=10.0 L=--L=---

H=29.0 H=--H=6.0 H=40.0 H=80.0 H=50.0 H=50.0 H=80.0 H=55.0 H=80.0 H=40.0

Refrig condenser pressure Refrig cargo hold evap pressure Refrig prov store evap pressure Refrig condenser level Refrig receiver level Refrig cargo hold evap liquid content Refrig prov store evap liquid cont Refrig comp oil sep oil level Refrig comp LO inlet temp Refrig comp thrust bearing temp Refrig cond SW outlet temp

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L23534 P23555 X23556

m bar %

L=0.5 L=0.0 L=---

H=0.8 H=0.1 H=7.0

IG deck seal SW level IG deck line gas pressure IG deck line oxy content

P23550 X23552 L23572 T23573

bar % m degC

L=0.0 L=--L=0.2 L=---

H=--H=6.0 H=1.5 H=100.0

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Page:2701 AG27** STEERING GEAR SYSTEM (1 - 1)

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

P15809 P15810 T15801 T15802

bar bar degC degC

L=--L=--L=--L=---

H=1.5 H=1.5 H=50.0 H=50.0

Steering gear oil filter 1 diff press Steering gear oil filter 2 diff press Steering gear oil sump 1 temp Steering gear oil sump 2 temp

L15801 L15802 L15803 L15804

% % % %

L=50.0 L=50.0 L=50.0 L=50.0

H=95.0 H=95.0 H=--H=---

Steering gear exp tank 1 level Steering gear exp tank 2 level Steering gear oil sump 1 level Steering gear oil sump 2 level

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Page:2801 AG28** FRESH WATER SANITARY (1 - 1)

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

P09511 L09512

bar %

L=2.2 L=20.0

H=5.5 H=90.0

HYDROPHORE TANK PRESSURE HYDROPHORE TANK LEVEL

P09524 T09525 P09534

bar dgrC bar

L=0.5 L=40.0 L=0.5

H=4.0 H=90.0 H=4.0

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<0-1>L=--<0-1> L=--<0-1> L=--<0-1> L=--<0-1> L=--H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 Emergency shut off : ME/DG Emergency shut off : DO/FO/LO pumps Emergency shut off : Tank shut off Emergency shut off : Ventilation CO2 door switch

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Version MC90-III

USER'S MANUAL
Appendix D Malfunction List
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ERS-L11 MAN B&W 5L90MC-VLCC
Version MC90-III

MALFUNCTION LIST

Department/Author: ___________________ Berit Baggerud (s)

Approved by: ____________________ Arild Hermansen (s)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 2 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.14 2.15 2.16 2.17 2.18 2.19 2.20 2.21 2.22 2.23 2.24 2.25 2.26 2.27 2.28 2.29 2.30 2.31 2.32 2.33 2.34 2.35 2.36 2.37 2.38 2.39 2.40 2.41 2.42 DIRECTORY LIST ....................................................................... 1 VARIABLE LIST PAGES ............................................................... 2 Page:0100 MA01** SEA WATER SYSTEM....................................2 Page:0600 MA06** PURIFIER SYSTEM ......................................2 Page:0700 MA07** FRESH WATER GENERATOR ..........................3 Page:0800 MA08** WASTE HEAT RECOVERY ..............................3 Page:1000 MA10** ME LTFW/HTFW SYSTEM ..............................4 Page:1100 MA11** ME FUEL OIL SYSTEM (1) .............................4 Page:1200 MA12** ME FUEL OIL SYSTEM (2) .............................5 Page:1300 MA13** ME LUB OIL SYSTEM (1)...............................5 Page:1400 MA14** ME LUB OIL SYSTEM (2)...............................6 Page:2000 MA20** ME TURBOCHARGERS (1/2) .........................6 Page:2001 MA20** ME TURBOCHARGERS (2/2) .........................7 Page:2100 MA21** ME CYLINDER 1 COMBUSTION SYSTEM ..........7 Page:2200 MA22** ME CYLINDER 2 COMBUSTION SYSTEM ..........8 Page:2300 MA23** ME CYLINDER 3 COMBUSTION SYSTEM ..........8 Page:2400 MA24** ME CYLINDER 4 COMBUSTION SYSTEM ..........9 Page:2500 MA25** ME CYLINDER 5 COMBUSTION SYSTEM ..........9 Page:3000 MA30** ME CYLINDER COOLING / LUBRICATION....... 10 Page:3100 MA31** ME BEARING LUBRICATION ........................ 10 Page:3200 MA32** STEERING GEAR SYSTEM ........................... 11 Page:3300 MA33** PROPELLER SERVO SYSTEM........................ 11 Page:3400 MA34** STERN TUBE / HULL SYSTEM ...................... 12 Page:3500 MA35** FIRE SYSTEM + MISCELLANEOUS ................ 12 Page:3600 MA36** COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM (1)................... 13 Page:3700 MA37** COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM (2)................... 13 Page:3800 MA38** BILGE SYSTEM.......................................... 14 Page:3900 MA39** REFRIGERATION SYSTEM ........................... 14 Page:4000 MA40** DIESELGENERATOR 1 - TBCH/DO/LO ........... 15 Page:4100 MA41** DIESELGENERATOR 1 - FW/SW/MISC .......... 15 Page:4200 MA42** DIESELGENERATOR 2 - TBCH/DO/LO ........... 16 Page:4300 MA43** DIESELGENERATOR 2 - FW/SW/MISC .......... 16 Page:4400 MA44** SHAFT GENERATOR DRIVE ......................... 17 Page:4500 MA45** ELECTRIC SYSTEM (1) .............................. 17 Page:4600 MA46** ELECTRIC SYSTEM (2) .............................. 18 Page:4700 MA47** ELECTRIC SYSTEM (3) .............................. 18 Page:4800 MA48** ELECTRIC SYSTEM (4) .............................. 19 Page:5000 MA50** TURBOGENERATOR / STEAM CONDENSER .... 19 Page:5100 MA51** EXHAUST BOILER SYSTEM.......................... 20 Page:5200 MA52** STGEN / FEEDW SYSTEM........................... 20 Page:5300 MA53** OIL FIRED BOILER SYSTEM (1) ................... 21 Page:5400 MA54** OIL FIRED BOILER SYSTEM (2) ................... 21 Page:5500 MG21** CARGO PUMP TURBINES ........................ 22 Page:5600 MA56** FRESH WATER SANITARY ........................... 22

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DIRECTORY LIST
SEA WATER SYSTEM PURIFIER SYSTEM FRESH WATER GENERATOR WASTE HEAT RECOVERY ME LTFW/HTFW SYSTEM ME FUEL OIL SYSTEM (1) ME FUEL OIL SYSTEM (2) ME LUB OIL SYSTEM (1) ME LUB OIL SYSTEM (2) ME TURBOCHARGERS ME CYLINDER 1 COMBUSTION SYSTEM ME CYLINDER 2 COMBUSTION SYSTEM ME CYLINDER 3 COMBUSTION SYSTEM ME CYLINDER 4 COMBUSTION SYSTEM ME CYLINDER 5 COMBUSTION SYSTEM ME CYLINDER COOLING / LUBRICATION ME BEARING LUBRICATION STEERING GEAR SYSTEM PROPELLER SERVO SYSTEM STERN TUBE / HULL SYSTEM FIRE SYSTEM + MISCELLANEOUS COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM (1) COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM (2) BILGE SYSTEM REFRIGERATION SYSTEM DIESELGENERATOR 1 - TBCH/DO/LO DIESELGENERATOR 1 - FW/SW/MISC DIESELGENERATOR 2 - TBCH/DO/LO DIESELGENERATOR 2 - FW/SW/MISC SHAFT GENERATOR DRIVE ELECTRIC SYSTEM (1) ELECTRIC SYSTEM (2) ELECTRIC SYSTEM (3) ELECTRIC SYSTEM (4) TURBOGENERATOR / STEAM CONDENSER EXHAUST BOILER SYSTEM STGEN / FEEDW SYSTEM OIL FIRED BOILER SYSTEM (1) OIL FIRED BOILER SYSTEM (2) CARGO PUMP TURBINES FRESH WATER SANITARY

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VARIABLE LIST PAGES


Page:0100 MA01** SEA WATER SYSTEM
[0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-1] [0-100] [0-1] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-1] SW pump 1 wear SW pump 2 wear SW pump 1 motor failure SW pump 2 motor failure SW temp contr unstable SW temp contr failure SW temp contr actuator wear (back lash) ' SW temp contr sensor bulb dirty Low suction sea chest filter dirty High suction sea chest filter dirty FW cooler 1 dirty FW cooler 2 dirty SW leakage in FW cooler 1 SW leakage in FW cooler 2 Main SW fire pump no.1 wear Main SW fire pump no.2 wear Main SW fire pump no.1 failure Main SW fire pump no.2 failure

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Page:0600 MA06** PURIFIER SYSTEM


[0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-100] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-100] [0-1] HFO separator 1 sludge discharge fail HFO separator 1 motor failure HFO separator 1 water transducer fault HFO separator 1 heater failure HFO separator 2 sludge discharge fail HFO separator 2 motor failure HFO separator 2 water transducer fault HFO separator 2 heater failure LO LO LO LO DO DO DO DO purifier lost seal purifier motor failure purifier heater contr unstable purifier heater failure purifier lost seal purifier motor failure purifier heater contr unstable purifier heater failure

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Page:0700 MA07** FRESH WATER GENERATOR


[0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] Fresh w gen evaporator dirty Fresh w gen condenser dirty Fresh w gen ejector pump wear Fresh w gen distil pump wear Fresh w gen SW feed filter dirty Fresh w gen SW leakage ( condenser ) Fresh w gen air leakage ( condenser )

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: M1001 M1002 M1003 M1004 M1005

Page:0800 MA08** WASTE HEAT RECOVERY


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Page:1000 MA10** ME LTFW/HTFW SYSTEM


[0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-1] [0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-1] [0-100] [0-1] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-100] [0-100] HTFW pump 1 wear HTFW pump 2 wear HTFW pump 1 motor failure HTFW pump 2 motor failure LTFW pump 1 wear LTFW pump 2 wear LTFW pump 1 motor failure LTFW pump 2 motor failure HTFW contr unstable HTFW contr failure HTFW contr actuator wear (back lash) HTFW contr temp sensor bulb dirty LTFW contr unstable LTFW contr failure LTFW pump 1 water leakage LTFW pump 2 water leakage

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: M1301 M1302 M1303 M1304 M1305 M1306 M1307 M1310 M1311 M1312 M1313 M1314

Page:1100 MA11** ME FUEL OIL SYSTEM (1)


[0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-1] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-100] [0-100] FO booster pump 1 wear FO booster pump 2 wear FO booster pump 1 motor failure FO booster pump 2 motor failure Main FO filter 1 dirty Main FO filter 2 dirty ME FO heater 1 dirty ME FO heater 2 dirty FO visco contr unstable FO visco contr failure FO visco contr actuator ( slow ) FO visco contr actuator ( stiction )

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Page:1200 MA12** ME FUEL OIL SYSTEM (2)


[0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-1] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-1] FO supply pump 1 wear FO supply pump 2 wear FO supply pump 1 motor failure FO supply pump 2 motor failure FO flow meter restriction FO de-aerating valve malfunction Water in fuel oil to ME ME FO press control valve closed ME FO press control valve open

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Page:1300 MA13** ME LUB OIL SYSTEM (1)


[0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-1] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-1] Main LO pump 1 wear Main LO pump 2 wear Main LO pump 1 failure Main LO pump 2 failure Main LO filter 1 dirty Main LO filter 2 dirty Main LO cooler 1 dirty Main LO cooler 2 dirty Main LO consumption high (leakage) Main LO quality low ( high degrade rate) Main LO cooler 1 leakage ( to LTFW ) Main LO cooler 2 leakage ( to LTFW ) Main LO temp contr unstable Main LO temp contr failure

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Page:1400 MA14** ME LUB OIL SYSTEM (2)


[0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-1] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] ME cam LO pump 1 wear ME cam LO pump 2 wear ME cam LO pump 1 motor failure ME cam LO pump 2 motor failure ME cam LO filter 1 dirty ME cam LO filter 2 dirty ME cam LO cooler dirty ME cam LO consumption high (leakage) ME FO leakage into cam LO

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Page:2000 MA20** ME TURBOCHARGERS (1/2)


[0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-1] ME TBCH 1 air cooler dirty (air side ) ME TBCH 1 air filter dirty ME TBCH 1 air compr dirty ME TBCH 1 exhturb dirty ME TBCH 1 friction high ME TBCH 1 air cooler dirty (air/water) ME TBCH 1 vibration ME TBCH 1 break down ME TBCH 2 air cooler dirty (air side ) ME TBCH 2 air filter dirty ME TBCH 2 air compr dirty ME TBCH 2 exhturb dirty ME TBCH 2 friction high ME TBCH 2 air cooler dirty (air/water) ME TBCH 2 vibration ME TBCH 2 break down

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

M2401 M2402 M2403 M2404 M2405 M2406 M2407 M2410 M2411 M2412 M2413 M2414 M2415 M2416 M2417 M2420

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Page:2001 MA20** ME TURBOCHARGERS (2/2)

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M2430 M2431 M2432 M2433 M2440 M2441 M2442 M2443

[0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-100]

ME TBCH 1 air demister wear ME TBCH 1 air demister drain resist ME TBCH 1 air demister drain blocked ME TBCH 1 air cooler leakage (wtr to air) ME TBCH 2 air demister wear ME TBCH 2 air demister drain resist ME TBCH 2 air demister drain blocked ME TBCH 2 air cooler leakage (wtr to air)

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Page:2100 MA21** ME CYLINDER 1 COMBUSTION SYSTEM

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M2501 M2502 M2503 M2504 M2505 M2520

[0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100]

Cyl 1 injection timing early Cyl 1 injection timing late Cyl 1 injection valve nozzle wear Cyl 1 piston ring wear Cyl 1 piston ring blow-by Cyl 1 piston ring stiction

M2506 M2507 M2510 M2511 M2512 M2513 M2514

[0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-100]

Cyl 1 exhaust valve leakage Cyl 1 liner crack Cyl 1 fuel oil pump sticking Cyl 1 fuel oil pump wear

[0-100] Cyl 1 scavenging air port deposits [0-1] Cyl 1 scavenging air box fire [0-1] Cyl 1 FO high press pipe rupture

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Page:2200 MA22** ME CYLINDER 2 COMBUSTION SYSTEM

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

M2601 M2602 M2603 M2604 M2605 M2620

[0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100]

Cyl 2 injection timing early Cyl 2 injection timing late Cyl 2 injection valve nozzle wear Cyl 2 piston ring wear Cyl 2 piston ring blow-by Cyl 2 piston ring stiction

M2606 M2607 M2610 M2611 M2612 M2613 M2614

[0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-100]

Cyl 2 exhaust valve leakage Cyl 2 liner crack Cyl 2 fuel oil pump sticking Cyl 2 fuel oil pump wear

[0-100] Cyl 2 scavenging air port deposits [0-1] Cyl 2 scavenging air box fire [0-1] Cyl 2 FO high press pipe rupture

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Page:2300 MA23** ME CYLINDER 3 COMBUSTION SYSTEM

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

M2701 M2702 M2703 M2704 M2705 M2720

[0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100]

Cyl 3 injection timing early Cyl 3 injection timing late Cyl 3 injection valve nozzle wear Cyl 3 piston ring wear Cyl 3 piston ring blow-by Cyl 3 piston ring stiction

M2706 M2707 M2710 M2711 M2712 M2713 M2714

[0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-100]

Cyl 3 exhaust valve leakage Cyl 3 liner crack Cyl 3 fuel oil pump sticking Cyl 3 fuel oil pump wear

[0-100] Cyl 3 scavenging air port deposits [0-1] Cyl 3 scavenging air box fire [0-1] Cyl 3 FO high press pipe rupture

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Page:2400 MA24** ME CYLINDER 4 COMBUSTION SYSTEM

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

M3001 M3002 M3003 M3004 M3005 M3020

[0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100]

Cyl 4 injection timing early Cyl 4 injection timing late Cyl 4 injection valve nozzle wear Cyl 4 piston ring wear Cyl 4 piston ring blow-by Cyl 4 piston ring stiction

M3006 M3007 M3010 M3011 M3012 M3013 M3014

[0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-100]

Cyl 4 exhaust valve leakage Cyl 4 liner crack Cyl 4 fuel oil pump sticking Cyl 4 fuel oil pump wear

[0-100] Cyl 4 scavenging air port deposits [0-1] Cyl 4 scavenging air box fire [0-1] Cyl 4 FO high press pipe rupture

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Page:2500 MA25** ME CYLINDER 5 COMBUSTION SYSTEM

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

M3101 M3102 M3103 M3104 M3105 M3120

[0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100]

Cyl 5 injection timing early Cyl 5 injection timing late Cyl 5 injection valve nozzle wear Cyl 5 piston ring wear Cyl 5 piston ring blow-by Cyl 5 piston ring stiction

M3106 M3107 M3110 M3111 M3112 M3113 M3114

[0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-100]

Cyl 5 exhaust valve leakage Cyl 5 liner crack Cyl 5 fuel oil pump sticking Cyl 5 fuel oil pump wear

[0-100] Cyl 5 scavenging air port deposits [0-1] Cyl 5 scavenging air box fire [0-1] Cyl 5 FO high press pipe rupture

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

M3601 M3602 M3603 M3604 M3605 M3606 M3607 M3610 M3611 M3612 M3613 M3614 M3615 M3616 M3617

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: M3701 M3702 M3703 M3704 M3705 M3706 M3707 M3710 M3711 M3712 M3713 M3714 M3715 M3716 M3717 M3720 M3721

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[0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] Cyl 1 crosshead lubrication low Cyl 2 crosshead lubrication low Cyl 3 crosshead lubrication low Cyl 4 crosshead lubrication low Cyl 5 crosshead lubrication low Cyl 1 crank shaft lubrication low Cyl 2 crank shaft lubrication low Cyl 3 crank shaft lubrication low Cyl 4 crank shaft lubrication low Cyl 5 crank shaft lubrication low Main bearing 1 lubrication low Main bearing 2 lubrication low Main bearing 3 lubrication low Main bearing 4 lubrication low Main bearing 5 lubrication low Main bearing 6 lubrication low Thrust bearing lubrication low

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: M4120 M1580 M1581 M1582 M1583 M1584 M1585 M1586 M1587 M1588 M1589 M1590 M1591 M1592

Page:3200 MA32** STEERING GEAR SYSTEM


[0-1] [0-1] [0-1] Rudder command ( remote control) failure Steering gear pump 1 motor failure Steering gear pump 2 motor failure

[0-100] Steering gear pump 1 wear [0-100] Steering gear pump 2 wear [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] Steering gear sump 1 Steering gear sump 2 Steering gear pump 1 Steering gear pump 2 leakage leakage leakage leakage

[0-100] Steering gear filter 1 dirty [0-100] Steering gear filter 2 dirty [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] Steering gear safematic valve failure Steering gear bypass valve 1 failure Steering gear bypass valve 2 failure

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: M4101 M4102 M4103 M4104 M4105 M4106 M4107 M4110 M4111 M4112 M4113 M4114 M4115

Page:3300 MA33** PROPELLER SERVO SYSTEM


[0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-1] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-100] Propeller servo LO pump 1 wear Propeller servo LO pump 2 wear Propeller servo LO pump 1 failure Propeller servo LO pump 2 failure Propeller servo LO filter 1 dirty Propeller servo LO filter 2 dirty Propeller servo LO cooler dirty Propeller servo controller fail Prop servo LO temp contr gain high Prop servo LO press contr gain high Propeller wear (low efficiency) Propeller lost (shaft breakage) Propeller seal (leaking hub seal)

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Page:3400 MA34** STERN TUBE / HULL SYSTEM


[0-1] [0-1] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] Stern tube LO pump 1 failure Stern tube LO pump 2 failure Stern tube LO cooler dirty Stern tube fore bearing lubri low Stern tube aft bearing lubri low Stern tube aft seal ring wear Ship hull fouling

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

M4201 M4202 M4203 M4204 M4205 M4206 M4210

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Page:3500 MA35** FIRE SYSTEM + MISCELLANEOUS


[0-1] [0-1] Fire in engine room area Fire in deck area

A: M4301 B: M4302 C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

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Page:3600 MA36** COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM (1)


[0-100] [0-1] [0-1] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-1] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-1] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] Start air compr 1 wear Start air compr 1 failure Start air compr 1 unloader failure Start air compr 1 coolw flow low Start air compr 1 LO pump wear Start airc 1 water content high Start air compr 2 wear Start air compr 2 failure Start air compr 2 unloader failure Start air compr 2 coolw flow low Start air compr 2 LO pump wear Start airc 2 water content high Service air compr wear Service air compr failure Service air compr unloader failure Service air compr coolw flow low Service air compr LO pump wear Service airc water content high

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

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Page:3700 MA37** COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM (2)


[0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] Start air leakage high Control air leakage high Start air receiver 1 water content Start air receiver 2 water content Serv air receiver water content

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: M4601 M4602 M4603 M4604 M4605 M4606 M4607 M4610 M4612 M4613 M4614

Page:3800 MA38** BILGE SYSTEM


[0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] Aft bilge wtr leakage Aft bilge oil leakage Eng room bilge wtr leakage Eng room bilge oil leakage Refrig bilge wtr leakage Refrig bilge oil leakage Fore bilge wtr leakage Fore bilge oil leakage Big Aft SW leakage (grounding) Big ER SW leakage (grounding) Bilge separator heater failure

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: M4701 M4702 M4717 M4705 M4706 M4707 M4710 M4713 M4714 M4715 M4712 M4703 M4704 M4711 M4716 M4720 M4721 M4722 M4723

Page:3900 MA39** REFRIGERATION SYSTEM


[0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] Refrig condenser dirty (SW-side) Refrig condenser dirty (vapor-side) Refrig condenser inert gas Refrig compr wear Refrig compr reduced LO cooling Refrig compr high oil sep resistance Refrig compr low oil sep efficiency Refrig compr poor bearing lubrication Refrig compr LO cooler dirty Refrig compr LO filter dirty Refrig liquid high leakage Refrig exp valve 1 ice (low flow) Refrig cargo hold evap dirty (vapor-side) Refrig cargo hold low heat insulation Refrig cargo hold evap surface ice Refrig exp valve 2 ice (low flow) Refrig prov store evap dirty (vapor-side) Refrig prov store low heat insulation Refrig prov store evap surface ice

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Page:4000 MA40** DIESELGENERATOR 1 TBCH/DO/LO


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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

M5001 M5002 M5003 M5006 M5007 M5010 M5014 M5015 M5016 M5017

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Page:4100 MA41** DIESELGENERATOR 1 FW/SW/MISC


[0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] DG 1 speed controller gain high DG 1 cyl efficiency low DG 1 FW pump wear DG 1 FW flow resistance high DG 1 FW cooler dirty DG 1 FW leakage DG 1 SW pump wear

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

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Page:4200 MA42** DIESELGENERATOR 2 TBCH/DO/LO


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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

M5201 M5202 M5203 M5206 M5207 M5210 M5214 M5215 M5216 M5217

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Page:4300 MA43** DIESELGENERATOR 2 FW/SW/MISC


[0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] DG 2 speed controller gain high DG 2 cyl efficiency low DG 2 FW pump wear DG 2 FW flow resistance high DG 2 FW cooler dirty DG 2 FW leakage DG 2 SW pump wear

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

M5301 M5304 M5306 M5307 M5310 M5312 M5314

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A: B: C: D: E: F: M5406 G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

Page:4400 MA44** SHAFT GENERATOR DRIVE

[0-1]

SG clutch failure

2.32
A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: M5501 M5502 M5503 M5504 M5511 M5512 M5513 M5514 M5520 M5521 M5522

Page:4500 MA45** ELECTRIC SYSTEM (1)


[0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] DG 1 volt controller gain high DG 2 volt controller gain high TG volt controller gain high SG volt controller gain high DG 1 magnetization unbalance DG 2 magnetization unbalance TG magnetization unbalance SG magnetization unbalance Electric earth leakage Short circuit - Busbar 1 Short circuit - Busbar 2

M5523 M5524 M5525

[0-1] [0-1] [0-1]

Electric earth leakage (r - Accom light) Electric earth leakage (s - Deck light) Electric earth leakage (t - ER light)

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: M5601 M5602 M5603 M5604 M5606 M5607 M5610 M5611 M5613 M5614 M5615 M5616

Page:4600 MA46** ELECTRIC SYSTEM (2)


[0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] DG 1 misadjusted return power relay DG 2 misadjusted return power relay TG misadjusted return power relay SG misadjusted return power relay DG 1 misadjusted overload relay DG 2 misadjusted overload relay TG misadjusted overload relay SG misadjusted overload relay DG 1 exitation failure DG 2 exitation failure TG exitation failure SG exitation failure

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: M5701 M5702 M5703 M5704 M5705 M5706 M5707 M5710 M5711 M5712 M5713 M5714 M5715 M5716 M5717 M5720

Page:4700 MA47** ELECTRIC SYSTEM (3)


[0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] Deck crane motor earth leakage Bow thruster motor earth leakage Main SW pump 1 motor earth leakage Main SW pump 2 motor earth leakage Main LO pump 1 motor earth leakage Main LO pump 2 motor earth leakage LTFW pump 1 motor earth leakage LTFW pump 2 motor earth leakage HTFW pump 1 motor earth leakage HTFW pump 2 motor earth leakage FO booster pump 1 motor earth leakage FO booster pump 2 motor earth leakage FO supply pump 1 motor earth leakage FO supply pump 2 motor earth leakage Aux feedw pump motor earth leakage Comb air fan motor earth leakage

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: M6001 M6002 M6003 M6004 M6005 M6006 M6007 M6010 M6011 M6012 M6013 M6014 M6015 M6016 M6017 M6020

Page:4800 MA48** ELECTRIC SYSTEM (4)


[0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] Deck crane cable earth leakage Bow thruster cable earth leakage Main SW pump 1 cable earth leakage Main SW pump 2 cable earth leakage Main LO pump 1 cable earth leakage Main LO pump 2 cable earth leakage LTFW pump 1 cable earth leakage LTFW pump 2 cable earth leakage HTFW pump 1 cable earth leakage HTFW pump 2 cable earth leakage FO booster pump 1 cable earth leakage FO booster pump 2 cable earth leakage FO supply pump 1 cable earth leakage FO supply pump 2 cable earth leakage Aux feedw pump cable earth leakage Comb air fan cable earth leakage

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Page:5000 MA50** TURBOGENERATOR / STEAM CONDENSER


[0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-100] [0-1] [0-100] [0-1] [0-100] [0-1] [0-100] [0-1] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] TG speed contr gain high Turbine efficiency low TG mech LO pump wear TG LO cooler dirty TG LO filter 1 dirty TG LO filter 2 dirty TG LO system water inlet leak TG gland steam contr fail Main condensate pump wear Main condensate pump motor failure Auxil condensate pump wear Auxil condensate pump motor failure Vacuum pump 1 wear Vacuum pump 1 motor failure Vacuum pump 2 wear Vacuum pump 2 motor failure Vacuum condenser air leakage Vacuum condenser dirty (SW-side) Vacuum condenser SW leakage

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

M6201 M6202 M6203 M6204 M6205 M6208 M6206 M6207 M6210 M6211 M6212 M6213 M6214 M6215 M6218 M6219 M6216 M6217 M6220

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: M6301 M6302 M6303 M6304 M6305 M6306 M6307 M6310 M6320 M6321 M6322 M6323

Page:5100 MA51** EXHAUST BOILER SYSTEM


[0-100] [0-1] [0-100] [0-1] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-1] Ex damper contr gain high Ex damper contr failure Ex damper actuator stiction Ex boiler water circ pump failure Ex boiler dirty (eco/evap/sh) Ex boiler economizer dirty Ex boiler evaporator dirty Ex boiler superheater dirty Ex boiler circ pump 1 wear Ex boiler circ pump 2 wear Ex boiler circ pump 1 motor failure Ex boiler circ pump 2 motor failure

2.38
A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: M6401 M6402 M6403 M6404 M6405 M6406 M6407 M6410 M6411 M6412 M6413 M6414 M6415

Page:5200 MA52** STGEN / FEEDW SYSTEM


[0-100] [0-1] [0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-100] [0-1] [0-100] [0-1] [0-100] [0-1] [0-1] [0-1] Stgen level contr gain high Stgen level contr failure Stgen level contr i/p converter fault Main feedw pump wear Main feedw pump failure Aux feedw pump wear Aux feedw pump failure Prim/sec heat exchanger dirty Stgen feedw drain valve open Return condensate loss high Stgen safety valve open Main line safety valve open Stgen dump valve open

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Page:5300 MA53** OIL FIRED BOILER SYSTEM (1)


[0-100] [0-1] [0-100] [0-1] [0-100] [0-1] [0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-1] [0-100] [0-1] [0-1] [0-100] Boiler HFO pump wear Boiler HFO pump failure Boiler DO pump wear Boiler DO pump failure Comb air fan wear Comb air fan failure Boiler evaporator dirty Boiler superheater dirty Atomizing steam failure Boiler FO heater failure Water in boiler HFO Prim drum safety valve open Boiler superheater leakage Burner nozzle wear (poor atomization)

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

M6504 M6505 M6506 M6507 M6510 M6511 M6512 M6513 M6514 M6515 M6516 M6517 M6520 M6521

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Page:5400 MA54** OIL FIRED BOILER SYSTEM (2)


[0-100] [0-1] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] Master contr gain high Master contr failure Boiler FO contr valve wear (stiction) Boiler air flow sensor signal low Boiler air flow sensor signal high Boiler oxygen sensor signal low Boiler oxygen sensor signal high

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

M6601 M6602 M6603 M6604 M6605 M6606 M6607

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

Page:5500 MG21**

CARGO PUMP TURBINES

M5440 M5441 M5442 M5443 M5444 M5450 M5451 M5452 M5453 M5454

[0-100] [0-1] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-100] [0-100] [0-100]

cargo pump 1 wear cargo pump 1 speed governor unstable cargo pump 1 LO filter 1 dirty cargo pump 1 LO filter 2 dirty cargo pump 1 LO cooler dirty cargo pump 2 wear cargo pump 2 speed governor unstable cargo pump 2 LO filter 1 dirty cargo pump 2 LO filter 2 dirty cargo pump 2 LO cooler dirty

2.42
A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: M8001 M8002 M8003 M8004 M8005 M8006 M8007 M8008

Page:5600 MA56** FRESH WATER SANITARY


[0-100] HYDROPHORE PUMP 1 WEAR [0-100] HYDROPHORE PUMP 2 WEAR [0-100] HYDROPHORE TANK AIR LEAKAGE [0-100] [0-100] [0-100] [0-1] [0-1] HOT WATER RECIRC PUMP WEAR HOT WATER STEAM CONTROL VALVE FAIL HOT WATER TANK STEAM FLOW RESTRICT HOT WATER THERMO SWITCH FAIL (off) HOT WATER THERMO SWITCH FAIL (on)

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USER'S MANUAL
Appendix E Variable List
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VARIABLE LIST

Department/Author:

Approved by:

Berit Baggerud (s)

Arild Hermansen (s)

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2.45 2.46 2.47 2.48 2.49 2.50 2.51 2.52 2.53 2.54 2.55 2.56 2.57 2.58 2.59 2.60 2.61 2.62 2.63 2.64 2.65 2.66 2.67 2.68 2.69 2.70 2.71 2.72 2.73 2.74 2.75 2.76 2.77 2.78 2.79 2.80 2.81 2.82 2.83 2.84 2.85 2.86 2.87 2.88 2.89 2.90 2.91 2.92 2.93 2.94 2.95

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2.96 2.97 2.98 2.99 2.100 2.101 2.102 2.103 2.104 2.105 2.106 2.107 2.108 2.109 2.110 2.111 2.112 2.113 2.114 2.115 2.116 2.117 2.118 2.119 2.120 2.121 2.122 2.123 2.124 2.125 2.126 2.127 2.128 2.129 2.130 2.131 2.132 2.133 2.134 2.135 2.136 2.137 2.138 2.139 2.140 2.141 2.142 2.143 2.144 2.145 2.146

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2.147 2.148 2.149 2.150 2.151 2.152 2.153 2.154 2.155 2.156 2.157 2.158 2.159 2.160 2.161 2.162 2.163 2.164 2.165 2.166 2.167 2.168 2.169 2.170 2.171 2.172 2.173 2.174 2.175 2.176 2.177 2.178 2.179 2.180 2.181 2.182 2.183 2.184 2.185 2.186 2.187 2.188 2.189 2.190 2.191 2.192 2.193 2.194 2.195 2.196 2.197

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SHIP FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM ...................... 1 STEERING GEAR SYSTEM...................................... 1 STEERING GEAR SYSTEM...................................... 1 STEERING GEAR SYSTEM...................................... 1 STEERING GEAR SYSTEM...................................... 1 CONFIGURABLE PAGE .......................................... 1 START AIR RECEIVER SYSTEM (1) ........................ 1 START AIR RECEIVER SYSTEM (2) ........................ 1 SERV AIR RECEIVER SYSTEM ............................... 1 START AIR COMPRESSOR 1................................... 1 START AIR COMPRESSOR 2................................... 1 SERVICE AIR COMPRESSOR .................................. 1 AIR RECEIVER SAFETY VALVE DATA ....................... 1 CONFIGURABLE PAGE .......................................... 1 FRESH WATER GENERATOR - EJECTOR SYSTEM....... 1 FRESH WATER GENERATOR - SW FEED................... 1 FRESH WATER GENERATOR - HEATING................... 1 FRESH WATER GENERATOR - COOLING .................. 1 FRESH WATER GENERATOR - DISTILLATE ............... 1 FRESH WATER GENERATOR - LOAD CONTROL ......... 1 FRESH WATER GENERATOR - ISOLATION................ 1 CONFIGURABLE PAGE .......................................... 1 SLUDGE TANK / INCINERATOR .............................. 1 BILGE WELL SYSTEM - LEVELS .............................. 1 CONFIGURABLE PAGE .......................................... 1 BILGE SEPARATOR (1) ........................................ 1 BILGE SEPARATOR (2) ........................................ 1 CLEAN BILGE WATER TANK................................... 1 CONFIGURABLE PAGE .......................................... 1 REFRIG SYSTEM - COMPRESSOR ........................... 1 REFRIG SYSTEM - CONDENSER ............................. 1 REFRIG SYS -EVAPORATOR CARGO H / PROV S ....... 1 REFRIG SYSTEM - LIQUID RECEIVER ...................... 1 REFRIG SYSTEM - COMPR LO SYSTEM .................... 1 REFRIG SYSTEM - SW SUPPLY ............................... 1 REFRIG SYSTEM - MISCELLANEOUS ....................... 1 REFRIG SYSTEM - CAPACITY CONTROL................... 1 REFRIG SYSTEM -CARGO HOLD / HEAT FLUXES ....... 1 REFRIG SYSTEM -PROV STORE / HEAT FLUXES ........ 1 REFRIG SYSTEM - PERFORMANCE .......................... 1 CONFIGURABLE PAGE .......................................... 1 WASTE HEAT RECOVERY - THERMAL OIL CIRC......... 1 WASTE HEAT RECOVERY - SERV TANK HEATING ..... 1 WASTE HEAT RECOVERY - SETTL TANK HEATING..... 1 WASTE HEAT RECOVERY - BUNKER TANK HEATING.. 1 WASTE HEAT RECOVERY - TO COOLER ................... 1 WASTE HEAT RECOVERY - RECIRC CONTROL .......... 1 WASTE HEAT RECOVERY - AIR COOLERS ................ 1 WASTE HEAT RECOVERY - HEAT TRANSFER ............ 1 CONFIGURABLE PAGE .......................................... 1 FRESH W SANITARY - HYDROPHORE PUMPS............ 1

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2.198 2.199 2.200 2.201 2.202 2.203 2.204 2.205 2.206 2.207 2.208 2.209 2.210 2.211 2.212 2.213 2.214 2.215 2.216 2.217 2.218 2.219 2.220 2.221 2.222 2.223 2.224 2.225 2.226 2.227 2.228 2.229 2.230 2.231 2.232 2.233 2.234 2.235 2.236 2.237 2.238 2.239 2.240 2.241 2.242 2.243 2.244 2.245 2.246 2.247 2.248

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FRESH W SANITARY - HYDROPHORE TANK.............. 1 FRESH W SANITARY - HYDROPHORE TANK.............. 1 FRESH W SANITARY - HOT WATER TANK ................ 1 FRESH W SANITARY - HEAT CONTROL .................... 1 FRESH W SANITARY - CONSUME............................ 1 CONFIGURABLE PAGE .......................................... 1 ELECTRIC POWER PLANT - MAIN VARIABLES ........... 1 ELECTRIC POWER PLANT - DG 1 ............................ 1 ELECTRIC POWER PLANT - DG 2 ............................ 1 ELECTRIC POWER PLANT - TG ............................... 1 ELECTRIC POWER PLANT - SG ............................... 1 ELECTRIC POWER PLANT - SEMIAUTO SYNCH.......... 1 ELECTRIC POWER PLANT - EG / SHORE CONNECT .... 1 ELECTRIC POWER PLANT - MISCELLANEOUS ........... 1 ELECTRIC POWER PLANT - CIRCUIT BREAKERS........ 1 POWER CHIEF - GENERATOR LOGIC (1) .................. 1 POWER CHIEF - GENERATOR LOGIC (2) .................. 1 POWER CHIEF - GEN CONTROL DATA (1) ................ 1 POWER CHIEF - GEN CONTROL DATA (2) ................ 1 POWER CHIEF - PUMP CONTROL (1) ....................... 1 POWER CHIEF - PUMP CONTROL (2) ....................... 1 POWER CHIEF - PUMP CONTROL (3) ....................... 1 POWER CHIEF - PUMP STBY DATA.......................... 1 POWER CHIEF - PUMP CONTROL DATA ................... 1 POWER CHIEF - PURIFIER CONTROL DATA .............. 1 CONFIGURABLE PAGE .......................................... 1 DIESELGENERATOR 1 - MAIN VARIABLES................ 1 DIESELGENERATOR 1 - FW SYSTEM ....................... 1 DIESELGENERATOR 1 - LO SYSTEM........................ 1 DIESELGENERATOR 1 - FO SYSTEM........................ 1 DIESELGENERATOR 1 - SW SYSTEM ....................... 1 DIESELGENERATOR 1 - ENGINE PROTECTION.......... 1 DIESELGENERATOR 1 - SPEED CONTROLLER ........... 1 DIESELGENERATOR 1 - TEMP CONTROLLER............ 1 CONFIGURABLE PAGE .......................................... 1 DIESELGENERATOR 2 - MAIN VARIABLES................ 1 DIESELGENERATOR 2 - FW SYSTEM ....................... 1 DIESELGENERATOR 2 - LO SYSTEM........................ 1 DIESELGENERATOR 2 - FO SYSTEM........................ 1 DIESELGENERATOR 2 - SW SYSTEM ....................... 1 DIESELGENERATOR 2 - ENGINE PROTECTION.......... 1 DIESELGENERATOR 2 - SPEED CONTROLLER ........... 1 DIESELGENERATOR 2 - TEMP CONTROLLER............ 1 CONFIGURABLE PAGE .......................................... 1 SHAFTGENERATOR - PTI / PTO (1) ........................ 1 SHAFTGENERATOR - PTI / PTO (2) ........................ 1 SHAFTGENERATOR - ISOLATION............................ 1 SHAFTGENERATOR - PTI CONTROL ........................ 1 SHAFTGENERATOR - MISC .................................... 1 CONFIGURABLE PAGE .......................................... 1 STEAM PLANT - MAIN VARIABLES ......................... 1

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2.249 2.250 2.251 2.252 2.253 2.254 2.255 2.256 2.257 2.258 2.259 2.260 2.261 2.262 2.263 2.264 2.265 2.266 2.267 2.268 2.269 2.270 2.271 2.272 2.273 2.274 2.275 2.276 2.277 2.278 2.279 2.280 2.281 2.282 2.283 2.284 2.285 2.286 2.287 2.288 2.289 2.290 2.291 2.292 2.293 2.294 2.295 2.296 2.297 2.298 2.299

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2.300 2.301 2.302 2.303 2.304 2.305 2.306 2.307 2.308 2.309 2.310 2.311 2.312 2.313 2.314 2.315 2.316 2.317 2.318 2.319 2.320 2.321 2.322

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MD87** MD87** MD87** MD87** MD87** MD89** MD89** MD89** MD90** MD90** MD90** MD90** MD90** MD90** MD90** MD90** MD90** MD90** MD90** MD90** MD90** MD93** MD93**

CARGO PUMP TURBINE 2 (1 of 3)....................... 1 CARGO PUMP TURBINE 2 (2 of 3)....................... 1 CARGO PUMP TURBINE 2 (3 of 3)....................... 1 CARGO PUMP TURBINE SPEED CONTROL ............ 1 CONFIGURABLE PAGE .......................................... 1 INERT GAS GENERATOR (1) ................................. 1 INERT GAS GENERATOR (2) ................................. 1 CONFIGURABLE PAGE .......................................... 1 SIM CONTROL : PROCESS DYNAMICS ..................... 1 SIM CONTROL : ISOLATIONS ................................ 1 SIM CONTROL : EXTERNAL CONDITIONS ................ 1 SIM CONTROL : AIR / STEAM / EL LOADS ............... 1 SIM CONTROL : LOG SETTING............................... 1 SIM CONTROL : MISCELLANEOUS .......................... 1 SIM CONTROL : AUTO PULSAR SYSTEM .................. 1 SIM CONTROL : TRIP STATE SURVEY (1) ................ 1 SIM CONTROL : TRIP STATE SURVEY (2) ................ 1 SIM CONTROL : ME BRIDGE CONTROL (1) .............. 1 SIM CONTROL : ME BRIDGE CONTROL (2) .............. 1 SIM CONTROL : DIRECT LEVEL ADJUST .................. 1 CONFIGURABLE PAGE .......................................... 1 SCENARIO - FREE TAGS ....................................... 1 CONFIGURABLE PAGE .......................................... 1

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DIRECTORY LIST
SEA WATER SYSTEM FUEL OIL TANK SYSTEM HFO SETTLING TANK SYSTEM HFO TRANSFER SYSTEM HFO SEPARATOR 1 HFO SEPARATOR 2 DO PURIFIER SYSTEM LO PURIFIER SYSTEM ME FW SYSTEM ME FO SYSTEM ME LO SYSTEM ME TBCH SYSTEM ME CONTROL SYSTEM ME POWER SYSTEM - MAIN VARIABLES ME POWER SYSTEM - CYL 1 ME POWER SYSTEM - CYL 2 ME POWER SYSTEM - CYL 3 ME POWER SYSTEM - CYL 4 ME POWER SYSTEM - CYL 5 ME PISTON RING MONITOR ME BEARING SYSTEM PROPELLER SYSTEM STERN TUBE SYSTEM SHIP PROPULSION SYSTEM SHIP LOAD CONDITION SHIP VENTILATION SYSTEMS SHIP FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM STEERING GEAR SYSTEM START AIR SYSTEM FRESH WATER GENERATOR SLUDGE TANK / INCINERATOR BILGE SEPARATOR REFRIG SYSTEM - COMPRESSOR WASTE HEAT RECOVERY SYSTEM FRESH WATER SANITARY ELECTRIC POWER PLANT POWER CHIEF - GENERATORS POWER CHIEF - PUMP CONTROL DIESELGENERATOR 1 - MAIN VARIABLES DIESELGENERATOR 2 - MAIN VARIABLES SHAFTGENERATOR - MAIN VARIABLES STEAM PLANT EXHAUST BOILER STEAM GENERATOR OIL FIRED BOILER OIL FIRED BOILER - MANAGEMENT STEAM CONDENSER TURBO GENERATOR CARGO PUMP TURBINES

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Page:0100 MD01** SEA WATER SYSTEM PRESS/TEMP
mWC bar bar bar bar bar degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC Static SW pressure Main SW pump suction pressure Main SW pump discharge pressure Main SW line supply pressure SW filter diff pressure (low suction) SW filter diff pressure (high suction) SW temp inlet sea chests SW temp inlet main SW line SW SW SW SW SW SW SW temp temp temp temp temp temp temp inlet FW coolers outlet FW cooler 1 outlet FW cooler 2 outlet steam condenser outlet fresh w gen outlet air condition inlet recirc valve

P00771 P00603 P00604 P00632 P00630 P00631 T00620 T00617 T00634 T00624 T00625 T00627 T00626 T00622 T00623

L=1.6 L=--L=---

H=--H=0.8 H=0.8

L=10.0 H=40.0

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Page:0101 MD01** SEA WATER SYSTEM FLOWS

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G00641 G00642 G00654 G00602 G00633 G00645 G00646 G00650 G00647 G00651 G00643 G00644 G00608

ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h

SW flow inlet low suction sea chest SW flow inlet high suction sea chest Main SW line flow Main SW pump flow (total) Auxil SW pump flow SW flow inlet FW cooler 1 SW flow inlet FW cooler 2 SW flow inlet steam condenser SW flow inlet fresh w gen (total) SW flow inlet air condition SW flow overboard SW flow recirculation Em suction main SW pump flow

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Page:0102 MD01** SEA WATER SYSTEM VALVES/PUMPS

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R00613 R00614 R00616 V00703 V00670 V00671 V00673 V00674 V00672 V00675 V00676 V00700 V00701 V00708

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> % <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

Main SW pump 1 Main SW pump 2 Auxil SW pump Main SW pumps choke valve Main FW cooler 1 SW shut off valve Main FW cooler 2 SW shut off valve Steam condenser SW supply valve Fresh w gen SW supply valve Air condition SW supply valve SW overboard shut off valve SW recirc line shut off valve Low suction sea chest inlet valve High suction sea chest inlet valve Em suction main SW pump valve

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Page:0103 MD01** SEA WATER SYSTEM EMERGENCY / FIRE


<0-1> <0-1> bar bar ton/h <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> bar ton/h SW main fire pump 1 SW main fire pump 2 SW fire pump pressure SW SW SW SW fire line fire line fire line fire line pressure flow supply valve water canon ( deck )

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R00710 R00709 P00711 P00712 G00713 V00714 V00715 R00720 P00724 G00723

SW emergency fire pump SW emergency fire pump pressure SW emergency fire line flow

V00705 G00640 V00704 G00653 V00702 G00652

<0-1> ton/h <0-1> ton/h <0-1> ton/h

Bottom sea chest inlet valve Bottom sea chest inlet flow X-over SW shut off valve X-over flow from bottom sea chest Emergency bilge suction valve Emergency bilge suction flow

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Page:0110 MD01** SEA WATER SYSTEM - TEMP CONTROL (1)

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X00736 Z00737 T00731 T00732 Z00733 V00730

<0-1> % degC degC % %

SW temp contr auto switch SW temp contr manual output SW SW SW SW temp contr set point temp contr input signal temp contr output signal temp contr valve pos

T00617 T00623

degC degC

L=10.0 H=40.0

SW temp inlet main SW line SW temp inlet recirc valve

N00755

SW temp contr motor speed

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X00742

<0-1>

SW temp contr hw PID select

C00745 C00746 C00747 C00750 C00751 C00752 X00753 X00758 X00743 C00754

%/degC sec sec <0-10> sec sec <0-2> % <0-1> %/sec

SW SW SW SW SW SW SW SW

temp contr gain temp contr integration time temp contr derivation time temp contr derivation range temp contr temp contr temp contr temp contr valve TC sensor TC valve hyst type valve hyst value

SW temp contr motor actuator select SW temp contr motor constant

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Page:0120 MD01** SEA WATER SYSTEM PUMP POWER


% <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> kW kW kW % % bar ton/h ton/h bar bar Main SW pumps choke valve Main SW pump 1 Main SW pump 2 Auxil SW pump Main SW pump 1 power Main SW pump 2 power Auxil SW pump power Main SW pump efficiency Main SW pump speed Main SW pump discharge pressure Main SW pump flow (total) Auxil SW pump flow Main SW pump suction pressure Main SW line supply pressure

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V00703 R00613 R00614 R00616 E00610 E00611 E00607 Z00600 N00601 P00604 G00602 G00633 P00603 P00632

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H=---

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Page:0300 MD03** HFO SERVICE TANK FLOW/LEVEL

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L00300

L=1.8

H=5.8

HFO service tank level

G04076 G04074 T04028 G00036 G00305 V00326 V00327 G00040 T00060 V00310 G00304

ton/h ton/h degC ton/h ton/h <0-1> <0-1> ton/h degC <0-1> ton/h

L=---

H=0.1

HFO sep flow to serv tank HFO sep flow from serv tank HFO separators discharge flow temp FO flow to serv tank (return) HFO service tank overflow HFO supply valve to ME HFO supply valve to boiler HFO supply flow to ME HFO supply line to ME temp HFO service tank drain valve HFO service tank drain flow

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Page:0301 MD03** DFO SERVICE TANK FLOW/LEVEL


m ton/h ton/h ton/h <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h m degC L=1.5 L=--H=5.8 H=0.1 DO service tank level DO service tank overflow DO purif flow to serv tank DO purif flow from serv tank DO supply valve to FO system DO supply valve to DG 1/2 DO supply valve to boiler DO service tank drain valve DO service tank drain flow DO flow to ME DO flow to DG 1/2 DO flow from DG 1/2 Return flow from DG 1/2 to DO serv tank DO storage tank level DO storage tank temp

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L00340 G00345 G04176 G04174 V00366 V00365 V00367 V00350 G00344 G00041 G00346 G00347 G00349 L00336 T00337

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Page:0302 MD03** FO SERVICE TANK HEATING


degC cSt <0-1> % ton/h degC %/degC % degC cSt <0-1> % ton/h degC %/degC % L=30.0 H=70.0 L=60.0 H=90.0 HFO service tank temp HFO service tank viscosity HFO serv tank HFO serv tank HFO serv tank HFO serv tank HFO serv tank HFO serv tank heating shut off valve steam valve pos heating steam flow contr set point contr gain contr bias

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T00302 W00303 V00316 V00315 G00314 C00320 C00321 C00322 T00342 W00343 V00356 V00355 G00354 C00360 C00361 C00362

DO service tank temp DO service tank viscosity DO DO DO DO DO DO serv tank heating shut off valve serv tank steam valve pos serv tank heating steam flow serv tank contr set point serv tank contr gain serv tank contr bias

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Page:0303 MD03** FO SERVICE TANK PURIFIER ROUTING

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V04066 V04067 V04071

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

HFO sep 1 oil inlet valve HFO sep serv tank suction HFO sep serv tank discharge

V04166 V04167 V04171 V04170

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

DO DO DO DO

purif storage tank suction purif serv tank suction purif serv tank discharge purif storage tank discharge

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m m % ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> L=2.0 L=--H=5.8 H=0.8 Settling tank 1 level Settling tank 1 water level Settling tank 1 water concentration Settling tank 1 transfer inlet flow Settling tank 1 purif recirc flow Settling tank 1 purif shooting flow Settling tank 1 outlet flow Settling tank 1 overflow Settling tank 1 transfer inlet valve Settling tank 1 purif recirc valve Settling tank 1 shut off valve

L=---

H=0.1

V00414 G00410

<0-1> ton/h

Settling tank 1 drain valve Settling tank 1 drain flow

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Page:0401 MD04** HFO SETTLING TANK 2


m m % ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> L=2.0 L=--H=5.8 H=0.8 Settling tank 2 level Settling tank 2 water level Settling tank 2 water concentration Settling tank 2 transfer inlet flow Settling tank 2 purif recirc flow Settling tank 2 outlet flow Settling tank 2 overflow Settling tank 2 transfer inlet valve Settling tank 2 purif recirc valve Settling tank 2 shut off valve

L=---

H=0.1

V00454 G00450

<0-1> ton/h

Settling tank 2 drain valve Settling tank 2 drain flow

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Page:0402 MD04** HFO SETTLING TANK 1/2 HEATING


degC % <0-1> ton/h degC %/degC % L=60.0 H=90.0 Settling tank 1 temperature Settling tank 1 steam valve pos Settling tank 1 heating shut off valve Settling tank 1 heating steam flow Settling tank 1 contr set point Settling tank 1 contr gain Settling tank 1 contr bias

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T00401 V00425 V00426 G00424 T00430 C00431 C00432

T00441 V00465 V00466 G00464 T00470 C00471 C00472

degC % <0-1> ton/h degC %/degC %

L=60.0 H=90.0

Settling tank 2 temperature Settling tank 2 steam valve pos Settling tank 2 heating shut off valve Settling tank 2 heating steam flow Settling tank 2 contr set point Settling tank 2 contr gain Settling tank 2 contr bias

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Page:0500 MD05** HFO TRANSFER SYSTEM / SPILL OIL TANK


<0-1> <0-1> ton/h ton/h degC <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> m ton/h ton/h L=--H=1.5 FO transfer pump 1 FO transfer pump 2 FO transfer pump flow FO transfer flow to settl tanks FO transfer flow temp Aft bunker tank FO suction valve Aft bunker tank FO filling valve Port bunker tank FO suction valve Port bunker tank FO filling valve Stbd bunker tank FO suction valve Stbd bunker tank FO filling valve Fore bunker tank FO suction valve Fore bunker tank FO filling valve Spill oil tank FO suction valve Settl tanks FO discharge valve Spill oil tank level Spill oil tank inlet flow (total) Spill oil tank outlet flow

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R00266 R00268 G00267 G00262 T00257 V00203 V00204 V00217 V00220 V00233 V00234 V00247 V00250 V00264 V00265 L00263 G00260 G00261

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L00202 G00200 G00201 V00203 V00204

m ton/h ton/h <0-1> <0-1>

L=---

H=19.0

Aft bunker tank FO level Aft bunker tank inlet flow Aft bunker tank outlet flow Aft bunker tank FO suction valve Aft bunker tank FO filling valve

T00205 V00206 G00207 X00206 T00206 C00206 C00207

degC % ton/h <0-1> dgrC %/dgrC %

L=40.0 H=---

Aft bunker tank FO temp Aft bunker tank steam valve Aft bunker tank steam flow Aft Aft Aft Aft bunker tank FO temp contr auto bunker tank FO temp contr set point bunker tank FO temp contr gain bunker tank FO temp contr bias

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L00216 G00214 G00215 V00217 V00220

m ton/h ton/h <0-1> <0-1>

L=---

H=19.0

Port bunker tank FO level Port bunker tank inlet flow Port bunker tank outlet flow Port bunker tank FO suction valve Port bunker tank FO filling valve

T00221 V00222 G00223 X00222 T00222 C00222 C00223

degC % ton/h <0-1> dgrC %/dgrC %

L=40.0 H=---

Port bunker tank FO temp Port bunker tank steam valve Port bunker tank steam flow Port bunker tank FO temp contr auto Port bunker tank FO temp contr set point Port bunker tank FO temp contr gain Port bunker tank FO temp contr bias

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L00232 G00230 G00231 V00233 V00234

m ton/h ton/h <0-1> <0-1>

L=---

H=19.0

Stbd bunker tank FO level Stbd bunker tank inlet flow Stbd bunker tank outlet flow Stbd bunker tank FO suction valve Stbd bunker tank FO filling valve

T00235 V00236 G00237 X00236 T00236 C00236 C00237

degC % ton/h <0-1> dgrC %/dgrC %

L=40.0 H=---

Stbd bunker tank FO temp Stbd bunker tank steam valve Stbd bunker tank steam flow Stbd bunker tank FO temp contr auto Stbd bunker tank FO temp contr set point Stbd bunker tank FO temp contr gain Stbd bunker tank FO temp contr bias

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L00246 G00244 G00245 V00247 V00250

m ton/h ton/h <0-1> <0-1>

L=---

H=19.0

Fore bunker tank FO level Fore bunker tank inlet flow Fore bunker tank outlet flow Fore bunker tank FO suction valve Fore bunker tank FO filling valve

T00251 V00252 G00253 X00252 T00252 C00252 C00253

degC % ton/h <0-1> dgrC %/dgrC %

L=40.0 H=---

Fore bunker tank FO temp Fore bunker tank steam valve Fore bunker tank steam flow Fore bunker tank FO temp contr auto Fore bunker tank FO temp contr set point Fore bunker tank FO temp contr gain Fore bunker tank FO temp contr bias

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G04001 G04007 G04004

kg/h kg/h kg/h

HFO sep 1 inlet line flow HFO sep 1 outlet line flow HFO sep 1 drain flow

Z04018

L=0.1

H=0.8

HFO sep 1 outlet oil flow water content

R04066 X04066

<0-1> <0-1>

HFO sep 1 running HFO sep 1 alcap control on

X04055 P04025

<0-1> bar

HFO sep 1 bowl open HFO sep 1 outlet pressure

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R04061 V04077 G04006 T04020 G04001 T04021 G04008 T04022

<0-1> % kg/h degC kg/h degC kg/h degC

HFO sep 1 feed pump HFO sep 1 inlet flow valve pos HFO sep 1 suction line flow HFO sep 1 suction flow temp HFO sep 1 inlet line flow HFO sep 1 heater outlet temp HFO sep 1 recirc. line flow HFO sep 1 recirc flow temp

L=90.0 H=105.0

G04004 V04056

kg/h <0-1>

HFO sep 1 drain flow HFO sep 1 water drain valve

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Page:0602 MD06** HFO SEPARATOR 1 - AUXIL SYSTEMS


<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> A kW HFO sep 1 electric motor start HFO sep 1 emerg./high vibration stop HFO sep 1 electric motor brake on HFO sep 1 running HFO sep 1 el. motor current consumption HFO sep 1 el. motor power consumption

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R04062 R04063 R04064 R04066 C04001 P04001

L=---

H=---

V04055 V04058 L04041

<0-1> <0-1> m

L=0.3

H=0.9

HFO sep 1 water supply valve HFO sep 1 water make-up valve HFO sep 1 water tank level

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HFO sep 1 temp contr auto switch HFO sep 1 temp contr manual output HFO sep 1 temp contr set point HFO sep 1 heater outlet temp HFO sep 1 heater valve pos HFO sep 1 heater steam flow HFO sep 1 suction flow temp

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X04031 Z04032 T04030 T04021 V04024 G04023 T04020

<0-1> % degC degC % ton/h degC

L=90.0 H=105.0

X04035 C04033 C04034 C04036

<0-1> %/degC sec sec

HFO sep 1 temp contr hw PID select HFO sep 1 temp contr gain HFO sep 1 temp contr integr time HFO sep 1 temp contr deriv. time

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X04066 X04065 X04026 T04001 T04002 Z04019 Z04020 Z04018 V04047 V04046 V04050 V04051 V04056

<0-1> <0-1> <0-7> L=--sec sec % % % <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

H=1.0

HFO sep 1 alcap control on HFO sep 1 alcap control manual discharge HFO sep 1 trip indicator HFO sep 1 max time between discharge(P1) HFO sep 1 min time between discharge(P60) HFO sep 1 max water content margin HFO sep 1 water content referance HFO sep 1 outlet oil flow water content HFO sep 1 closing valve (MV15) HFO sep 1 opening valve (MV16) HFO sep 1 displ./cond water HFO sep 1 FO inlet valve HFO sep 1 water drain valve

L=0.1

H=0.8

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G24001 G24007 G24004

kg/h kg/h kg/h

HFO sep 2 inlet line flow HFO sep 2 outlet line flow HFO sep 2 drain flow

Z24018

L=0.1

H=0.8

HFO sep 2 outlet oil flow water content

R24066 X24066

<0-1> <0-1>

HFO sep 2 running HFO sep 2 alcap control on

X24055 P24025

<0-1> bar

HFO sep 2 bowl open HFO sep 2 outlet pressure

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R24061 V24077 G24006 T24020 G24001 T24021 G24008 T24022

<0-1> % kg/h degC kg/h degC kg/h degC

HFO sep 2 feed pump HFO sep 2 inlet flow valve pos HFO sep 2 suction line flow HFO sep 2 suction flow temp HFO sep 2 inlet line flow HFO sep 2 heater outlet temp HFO sep 2 recirc. line flow HFO sep 2 recirc flow temp

L=90.0 H=105.0

G24004 V24056

kg/h <0-1>

HFO sep 2 drain flow HFO sep 2 water drain valve

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<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> A L=0.0 kW HFO sep 2 electric motor start HFO sep 2 emerg./high vibration stop HFO sep 2 electric motor brake on HFO sep 2 running HFO sep 2 el. motor current consumption HFO sep 2 el. motor power consumption

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

R24062 R24063 R24064 R24066 C24001 P24001

H=40.0

V24055 V24058 L24041

<0-1> <0-1> m

L=0.3

H=0.9

HFO sep 2 water supply valve HFO sep 2 water make-up valve HFO sep 2 water tank level

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X24031 Z24032 T24030 T24021 V24024 G24023 T24020

<0-1> % degC degC % ton/h degC

HFO sep 2 temp contr auto switch HFO sep 2 temp contr manual output HFO sep 2 temp contr set point HFO sep 2 heater outlet temp HFO sep 2 heater valve pos HFO sep 2 heater steam flow HFO sep 2 suction flow temp

L=90.0 H=105.0

X24035 C24033 C24034 C24036

<0-1> %/degC sec sec

HFO sep 2 temp contr hw PID select HFO sep 2 temp contr gain HFO sep 2 temp contr integr time HFO sep 2 temp contr deriv. time

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X24066 X24065 X24026 T24001 T24002 Z24019 Z24020 Z24018 V24047 V24046 V24050 V24051 V24056

<0-1> <0-1> <0-7> sec sec % % % <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

L=---

H=1.0

HFO sep 2 alcap control on HFO sep 2 alcap control manual discharge HFO sep 2 trip indicator HFO sep 2 max time between discharge(P1) HFO sep 2 min time between discharge(P60) HFO sep 2 max water content margin HFO sep 2 water content referance HFO sep 2 outlet oil flow water content HFO sep 2 closing valve (MV15) HFO sep 2 opening valve (MV16) HFO sep 2 displ./cond water HFO sep 2 FO inlet valve HFO sep 2 water drain valve

L=0.1

H=0.8

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kg/h kg/h kg/h kg/h % % % <0-2> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-6> DO DO DO DO purif inlet flow purif outlet flow (clean) purif sludge flow (dirty) purif drain flow (shooting)

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

G04101 G04105 G04102 G04103 X04111 Z04115 Z04116 X04164 R04160 V04146 V04147 V04150 V04151 X04155 X04162

DO purif gravity ring (100=max diam) DO purif outlet flow drt index DO purif sludge flow oil index DO DO DO DO DO DO purif auto switch purif start/stop (centrifuge) purif make-up water valve purif operating water valve purif seal/flush water valve purif FO inlet valve

L=---

H=90.0

DO purif bowl open DO purif state (indication)

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R04161 N04110 V04157

<0-1> % <0-1>

DO purif feed pump DO purif feed pump speed setting DO purif bypass feed valve

G04106 T04120 G04107 T04117

kg/h degC kg/h degC

DO purif suction line flow DO purif suction flow temp DO purif discharge line flow DO purif discharge flow temp

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V04153 V04154

<0-1> <0-1>

DO purif hot flush water supply valve DO purif heater steam shut off valve

V04152 G04140 L04141

<0-1> kg/h m

L=0.3

H=0.9

DO purif operating tank make-up valve DO purif operating water make up flow DO purif operating water tank level

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X04131 Z04132 T04130 T04121 V04124 G04123 T04120

<0-1> % degC degC % ton/h degC

DO purif temp contr auto switch DO purif temp contr manual output DO purif temp contr set point DO purif heater outlet temp DO purif heater valve pos DO purif heater steam flow DO purif suction flow temp

L=45.0 H=70.0

X04135 C04133 C04134 C04136

<0-1> %/degC sec sec

DO purif temp contr hw PID select DO purif temp contr gain DO purif temp contr integr time DO purif temp contr deriv. time

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kg/h kg/h kg/h kg/h % % % <0-2> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-6> LO LO LO LO purif inlet flow purif outlet flow (clean) purif sludge flow (dirty) purif drain flow (shooting)

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

G04201 G04205 G04202 G04203 X04211 Z04215 Z04216 X04264 R04260 V04246 V04247 V04250 V04251 X04255 X04262

LO purif gravity ring (100=max diam) LO purif outlet flow drt index LO purif sludge flow oil index LO LO LO LO LO LO purif auto switch purif start/stop (centrifuge) purif make-up water valve purif operating water valve purif seal/flush water valve purif LO inlet valve

L=---

H=90.0

LO purif bowl open LO purif state (indication)

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R04261 N04210 V04257

<0-1> % <0-1>

LO purif feed pump LO purif feed pump speed setting LO purif bypass feed valve

G04206 T04220 G04207 T04217

kg/h degC kg/h degC

LO purif suction line flow LO purif suction flow temp LO purif discharge line flow LO purif discharge flow temp

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V04253 V04254

<0-1> <0-1>

LO purif hot flush water supply valve LO purif heater steam shut off valve

V04252 G04240 L04241

<0-1> kg/h m

L=0.3

H=0.9

LO purif operating tank make-up valve LO purif operating water make up flow LO purif operating water tank level

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X04231 Z04232 T04230 T04221 V04224 G04223 T04220

<0-1> % degC degC % ton/h degC

LO purif temp contr auto switch LO purif temp contr manual output LO purif temp contr set point LO purif heater outlet temp LO purif heater valve pos LO purif heater steam flow LO purif suction flow temp

L=80.0 H=95.0

X04235 C04233 C04234 C04236

<0-1> %/degC sec sec

LO purif temp contr hw PID select LO purif temp contr gain LO purif temp contr integr time LO purif temp contr deriv. time

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P01000 P01001 P01002 P01003 P01004 P01005 P01006 T01013 T01014 T01015 T01016 T01017 T01010 T01011 T01012

bar bar bar bar bar bar bar degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC

L=2.2

H=---

LTFW pump suction pressure LTFW pump discharge pressure LTFW / HTFW junction pressure HTFW pump suction pressure HTFW pump discharge pressure HTFW press inlet ME FW press inlet FWC 1/2 LTFW temp outlet FWC 1 LTFW temp outlet FWC 2 LTFW temp outlet LTFW pumps LTFW temp at LT/HT junction HTFW temp outlet HTFW pumps HTFW temp inlet ME HTFW temp outlet ME FW temp inlet FWC 1/2

L=1.4

H=---

L=26.0 H=36.0

L=60.0 H=--L=--- H=88.0

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LTFW temp outlet ME airc 1 LTFW temp outlet ME airc 2 LTFW temp outlet ME oilc 1 LTFW temp outlet ME oilc 2 LTFW temp outlet ME cam LOC LTFW temp LTFW temp LTFW temp LTFW temp outlet air compr outlet TG / CT outlet servo / sternt outlet TO cooler

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T01030 T01031 T01032 T01033 T01034 T01035 T01036 T01037 T01038 T01020 T01021 T01022

degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC

HTFW temp outlet fresh w gen HTFW temp inlet ME preheater HTFW temp outlet ME preheater

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G01050 G01051 G01052 G01054 G01055 G01056 G01057 G01060

ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h

HTFW flow inlet ME HTFW flow inlet recirc valve LTFW flow inlet recirc valve HTFW flow to FWC 1/2 LTFW flow to FWC 1/2 LTFW flow inlet FWC 1 LTFW flow inlet FWC 2 LTFW flow bypass FWC 1/2

G01023 G01024

ton/h ton/h

HTFW flow inlet fresh w gen HTFW flow inlet ME preheater

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<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> % Main HTFW pump 1 Main HTFW pump 2 Auxil HTFW pump HTFW inlet ME shut off valve HTFW outlet ME shut off valve Fresh w gen FW inlet shut off valve Fresh w gen FW outlet shut off valve Fresh w gen FW bypass valve

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

R01110 R01111 R01112 V01161 V01162 V06733 V06734 V06735

V01140 V01141 V01142 G01143 V01163 V01164 V01113

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> ton/h <0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

HTFW ME preheater inlet valve HTFW ME preheater bypass valve HTFW ME preheater steam valve HTFW ME preheater steam flow HTFW drain valve HTFW vent valve HTFW recirc bypass valve

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G01061 G01070 G01071 G01072 G01073 G01074 G01075 G01076 G01077 G01078

ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h

LTFW pump flow (total) LTFW flow inlet ME airc 1 LTFW flow inlet ME airc 2 LTFW flow inlet ME LOC 1 LTFW flow inlet ME LOC 2 LTFW flow inlet ME cam LOC LTFW flow LTFW flow LTFW flow LTFW flow to to to to air compr TG / CT servo / sternt TO cooler

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<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> Main LTFW pump 1 Main LTFW pump 2 Auxil LTFW pump LTFW FWC 1 shut off valve LTFW FWC 2 shut off valve LTFW FWC 1/2 bypass valve LTFW ME airc 1 shut off valve LTFW ME airc 2 shut off valve LTFW ME oilc 1 shut off valve LTFW ME oilc 2 shut off valve LTFW ME cam LOC shut off valve LTFW air compr shut off valve LTFW TG / CT shut off valve LTFW servo/sternt shut off valve LTFW TO cooler shut off valve

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

R01120 R01121 R01122 V01123 V01124 V01125 V01130 V01131 V01132 V01133 V01134 V01135 V01136 V01137 V01138

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L01150 R01152 G01153 G01154

m <0-1> ton/h ton/h

L=0.4

H=1.7

ME FW exp tank level ME FW exp tank make-up pump ME FW exp tank make-up flow ME FW exp tank overflow

L=---

H=0.1

Z01160 Z01161

ppm ppm

L=--L=---

H=50.0 H=50.0

ME FW system salinity ME FW system oil content

Z01164 G01165

% kg/h

L=---

H=5.0

ME FW system gas detector (cyl crack) ME FW system FW loss (leak/boil)

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<0-1>

SW

isolation

degC

LTFW temp outlet FWC 1/2 at isola

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X01174 Z01175 T01171 T01172 Z01173 V01170 T01010 T01011

<0-1> % degC degC % % degC degC L=60.0 H=--L=--- H=88.0

HTFW temp contr auto switch HTFW temp contr manual output HTFW temp contr set point HTFW temp contr input signal HTFW temp contr output signal HTFW temp contr valve pos HTFW temp inlet ME HTFW temp outlet ME

E02001

MW

ME mean effective power

N01212

HTFW temp contr motor speed

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X01200 X01177 C01201 C01202 C01203 C01204

<0-1> <0-1> %/degC sec sec <0-10>

HTFW temp contr hw PID select HTFW temp contr inlet temp select HTFW temp contr HTFW temp contr HTFW temp contr HTFW temp contr gain integration time derivation time derivation range

C01205 C01206 X01176 X01178 X01210 C01211

sec sec <0-2> % <0-1> %/sec

HTFW temp contr valve TC HTFW temp contr sensor TC HTFW temp contr valve hyst type HTFW temp contr valve hyst value HTFW temp contr motor actuator select HTFW temp contr motor constant

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X01224 Z01225 T01221 T01222 Z01223 V01220

<0-1> % degC degC % %

LTFW temp contr auto switch LTFW temp contr manual output LTFW temp contr LTFW temp contr LTFW temp contr LTFW temp contr set point input signal output signal valve pos

T01012 T01026 T01027 T01015

degC degC degC degC L=26.0 H=36.0

FW temp inlet FWC 1/2 LTFW temp outlet FWC 1/2 LTFW temp outlet FWC 1/2 at isola LTFW temp outlet LTFW pumps

N01216

LTFW temp contr motor speed

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X01230

<0-1>

LTFW temp contr hw PID select

C01231 C01232 C01233 C01234 C01235 C01236 X01226 X01228

%/degC sec sec <0-10> sec sec <0-2> %

LTFW temp contr gain LTFW temp contr integration time LTFW temp contr derivation time LTFW temp contr derivation range LTFW temp contr LTFW temp contr LTFW temp contr LTFW temp contr valve TC sensor TC valve hyst type valve hyst value

X01214 C01215

<0-1> %/sec

LTFW temp contr motor actuator select LTFW temp contr motor constant

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R01110 R01111 E01241 E01242 Z01240 N01243 G01053

<0-1> <0-1> kW kW % % ton/h

Main HTFW pump 1 Main HTFW pump 2 HTFW pump 1 power HTFW pump 2 power HTFW pump efficiency (combined) HTFW pump speed HTFW pump flow (total)

P01003 P01004 P01244 Z01245

bar bar bar %

HTFW pump HTFW pump HTFW pump HTFW pump

suction pressure discharge pressure cavitation limit cavitation index

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R01120 R01121 E01251 E01252 Z01250 N01253 G01061

<0-1> <0-1> kW kW % % ton/h

Main LTFW pump 1 Main LTFW pump 2 LTFW pump 1 power LTFW pump 2 power LTFW pump efficiency (combined) LTFW pump speed LTFW pump flow (total)

P01000 P01001 P01254 Z01255

bar bar bar %

L=2.2

H=---

LTFW pump LTFW pump LTFW pump LTFW pump

suction pressure discharge pressure cavitation limit cavitation index

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Z01262 H01263 P01260 P01261

% kW bar bar

FW cooler 1 temp efficiency FW cooler 1 transferred heat FW cooler 1 FW flow diff press FW cooler 1 SW flow diff press

Z01266 H01267 P01264 P01265

% kW bar bar

FW cooler 2 temp efficiency FW cooler 2 transferred heat FW cooler 2 FW flow diff press FW cooler 2 SW flow diff press

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G00026 G00027 P00020 P00066 P00022 P00023 P00021 T00001 W00010 T00002 W00011 Z00014 V00016 P00017

ton/h ton/h bar bar bar bar bar degC cSt degC cSt % % bar

FO flow outlet venting tank FO flow inlet ME ( net flow ) FO booster pump discharge press FO booster pump suction press FO pressure outlet ME FO heaters FO pressure at ME FO filter diff pressure FO temp in venting tank FO visco in venting tank FO temp inlet ME FO visco inlet ME FO gassing indication ME FO press control valve pos ME FO press control valve open press

L=7.0 L=---

H=9.5 H=1.5

L=20.0 H=150.0 L=10.0 H=17.0

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degC cSt degC cSt bar bar FO temp in venting tank FO visco in venting tank FO temp outlet ME FO heaters FO visco outlet ME FO heaters Steam reduction valve set point Steam pressure inlet control valve

T00003 G00047 G00050 T00004 G00051 G00052 V00112 G00064

degC ton/h ton/h degC ton/h ton/h <0-1> ton/h

ME FO heater 1 outlet temp ME FO heater 1 flow ME FO heater 1 steam flow ME FO heater 2 outlet temp ME FO heater 2 flow ME FO heater 2 steam flow ME FO steam tracing valve ME FO steam tracing flow

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R00122 R00123 V00105 V00106 V00107 V00110 V00114 V00115

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

FO booster pump 1 FO booster pump 2 ME FO heater 1 FO shut off valve ME FO heater 2 FO shut off valve ME FO heater 1 steam shut off valve ME FO heater 2 steam shut off valve ME FO filter 1 ME FO filter 2

V00117

<0-1>

ME FO emerg shut off valve

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<0-1> <0-1> bar ton/h ton/h degC degC degC % <0-1> ton/h ton/h ton ton/h ton/h degC L=3.0 H=6.0 FO supply pump 1 FO supply pump 2 FO supply pump pressure FO supply pump flow (total) FO supply pump recirc flow FO supply pump recirc temp FO supply pump 1 casing temp FO supply pump 2 casing temp DO/HFO mixing valve (100 % = DO) FO meter bypass valve FO meter bypass flow FO meter flow FO meter flow (total) (0-100) DO flow to ME HFO supply flow to ME HFO supply line to ME temp

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

R00124 R00125 P00024 G00025 G00042 T00015 T00043 T00044 V00077 V00076 G00101 G00100 M00102 G00041 G00040 T00060

L=--L=---

H=140.0 H=140.0

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

V00120 G00035 G00036 G00026

<0-1> ton/h ton/h ton/h

ME FO return select valve (1=serv tank) FO flow to venting tank (return) FO flow to serv tank (return) FO flow outlet venting tank

L00070 P00067 Z00065

m bar %

FO venting tank level FO venting tank pressure FO venting tank gas content

V00071 G00072 G00348

<0-1> ton/h ton/h

FO venting tank drain valve FO venting tank drain flow Return flow from DG 1/2

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Page:1107 MD11** ME FO SYSTEM - FO ISOLATION

A: B: C: D: X07031 E: X07030 F: G: H: I: G00033 J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

<0-1> <0-1>

ME DO isolation ME HFO isolation

ton/h

FO flow inlet ME at isolA

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<0-1> % cSt cSt % <0-1> degC degC % % cSt cSt cSt L=10.0 H=17.0 FO visco contr auto switch FO visco contr manual output FO visco contr set point FO visco contr input signal FO visco contr output signal FO slave contr FO slave contr FO slave contr FO slave contr test (manual setpoint) set point input signal output signal

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

X00146 Z00147 W00141 W00142 Z00143 X00176 T00165 T00166 Z00167 V00140 W00011 W00012 W00010

FO visco contr valve pos FO visco inlet ME FO visco outlet ME FO heaters FO visco in venting tank

T00005

degC

FO temp outlet ME FO heaters

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<0-1> <0-1> %/cSt sec sec <0-10> %/degC sec sec <0-10> sec sec <0-2> % <0-2> sec Control mode ( 0=single 1=cascade ) FO visco contr hw PID select FO visco contr FO visco contr FO visco contr FO visco contr FO slave contr FO slave contr FO slave contr FO slave contr FO visco contr FO visco contr FO visco contr FO visco contr FO visco contr FO slave contr gain integration time derivation time derivation range gain integration time derivation time derivation range sensor TC valve TC valve hyst type valve hyst value valve charA sensor TC

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

X00153 X00152 C00155 C00156 C00157 C00160 C00170 C00171 C00172 C00173 C00162 C00161 X00163 X00168 X00164 C00174

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

V00107 G00050 P00053 T00006 T00003 P00056

<0-1> ton/h bar degC degC bar

ME FO heater 1 steam shut off valve ME FO heater 1 steam flow ME FO heater 1 steam pressure ME FO heater 1 metal temp (mean) ME FO heater 1 outlet temp ME FO heater 1 FO press drop

V00110 G00052 P00054 T00007 T00004 P00057

<0-1> ton/h bar degC degC bar

ME FO heater 2 steam shut off valve ME FO heater 2 steam flow ME FO heater 2 steam pressure ME FO heater 2 metal temp (mean) ME FO heater 2 outlet temp ME FO heater 2 FO press drop

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

C00505 C00510 C00500 C00518 C00528 C00506 C00511 C00501 C00519 C00529

kJ/kg kg/m3 degC % % kJ/kg kg/m3 degC % %

HFO heat value HFO density (at 15 dgrc) HFO visco ref (temp at 15 cst) HFO sulphur content HFO dirt content DO DO DO DO DO heat value density (at 15 dgrc) visco ref (temp at 15 cst) sulphur content dirt content

H00507 D00512 H00514 H00513

kJ/kg kg/m3 kJ/kg kJ/kg

FO heat value inlet ME FO density inlet ME FO heat value in venting tank FO heat value in HFO serv tank

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Page:1200 MD12** ME LO SYSTEM - MAIN VARIABLES


bar bar bar bar bar degC degC degC degC degC ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h Main LO pump discharge press Main LO press outlet LO coolers Main LO press inlet ME Main LO press inlet ME bearings Main LO filter diff press Main LO temp inlet LOC Main LO temp outlet LOC 1 Main LO temp outlet LOC 2 Main LO temp inlet ME Main LO temp outlet ME Main LO pump flow (total) Main LOC 1 inlet flow Main LOC 2 inlet flow Main LOC bypass flow Main LO flow to ME pistons Main LO flow to ME bearings Main LO flow return from ME

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

P01300 P01301 P01302 P01303 P01304 T01345 T01346 T01347 T01350 T01351 G01307 G01320 G01321 G01322 G01312 G01313 G01314

L=1.5 L=---

H=--H=1.0

L=35.0 H=54.0

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R01360 R01361 V01362 V01363 V01364 V01365 V01366

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

Main LO pump 1 Main LO pump 2 Main LO filter 1 Main LO filter 2 Main LOC 1 LO shut off valve Main LOC 2 LO shut off valve Main LOC LO bypass valve

V01367

<0-1>

Main LO bearing supply valve

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

L01340 T01344 Z01342

m degC %

L=0.8

H=1.8

Main LO service tank level Main LO service tank temp Main LO contamination index

L=---

H=40.0

G01353 G01354 R01355

ton/h L=--ton/h <0-1>

H=0.1

Main LO service tank overflow Main LO make-up flow Main LO make-up pump

V01400 V01401 G01402 G01403 T01404

<0-1> <0-1> ton/h ton/h degC

LO purif supply valve LO purif return valve LO purif supply flow LO purif return flow LO purif return temp

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<0-1> <0-1> bar ton/h degC degC bar ton/h ton/h degC degC <0-1> <0-1> bar L=--H=0.5 L=2.0 L=--H=--H=56.0 Camshaft LO pump 1 Camshaft LO pump 2 Camshaft LO press inlet ME Camshaft LO flow inlet ME Camshaft LO temp inlet ME Camshaft LO temp outlet ME Camshaft LOC inlet press Camshaft LOC inlet flow Camshaft LOC bypass flow Camshaft LOC inlet temp Camshaft LOC outlet temp Camshaft LO filter 1 Camshaft LO filter 2 Camshaft LO filter diff press

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

R01463 R01464 P01440 G01442 T01443 T01444 P01445 G01450 G01451 T01446 T01447 V01465 V01466 P01441

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m degC % <0-1> ton/h ton/h L=--<0-1> ton/h degC % degC %/degC % bar L=0.3 H=0.9 Camshaft LO tank level Camshaft LO tank temp Camshaft LO contamination index Camshaft LO make-up valve Camshaft LO tank make-up flow Camshaft LO tank overflow Camshaft LO drain valve Camshaft LO tank drain flow Camshaft LO temp contr set point Camshaft LO temp contr valve pos Camshaft LO temp contr sensor Camshaft LO temp contr gain Camshaft LO temp contr bias Camshaft LO recirc valve set point

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

L01455 T01454 Z01453 V01470 G01460 G01456 V01471 G01457 T01474 V01473 T01472 C01475 C01476 P01452

H=0.1

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m m <0-1> <0-1> kg/h kg/h kg/h kg/h kg/h kg/h kg/h kg/h % % % % % L=0.3 L=0.3 L=0.3 L=0.3 L=0.3 H=--H=--H=--H=--H=--L=0.3 L=0.3 H=0.9 H=0.9 ME cyl LO tank level ME cyl LO storage tank level ME cyl LO tank make-up pump ME cyl LO filter valve ME cyl LO tank make-up flow ME cyl LO tank overflow ME cyl LO consumption ( total ) ME cyl 1 liner lubrication flow ME cyl 2 liner lubrication flow ME cyl 3 liner lubrication flow ME cyl 4 liner lubrication flow ME cyl 5 liner lubrication flow ME cyl 1 liner lubricator setting ME cyl 2 liner lubricator setting ME cyl 3 liner lubricator setting ME cyl 4 liner lubricator setting ME cyl 5 liner lubricator setting

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

L01500 L01506 R01504 V01505 G01502 G01501 G01503 G01510 G01511 G01512 G01513 G01514 X01520 X01521 X01522 X01523 X01524

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<0-1> bar degC bar degC ME LO isolation

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

X07040 P01530 T01531 P01536 T01537

Main LO press inlet ME at isolA Main LO temp inlet ME at isolA Cam LO press inlet ME at isolA Cam LO temp inlet ME at isolA

E01535 P01532 T01533 G01534 P01540 T01541

MW bar degC ton/h bar degC

DME shaft power

( input )

DME main LO inlet press ( result ) DME main LO inlet temp ( result ) DME main LO inlet flow ( result ) DME cam LO inlet press ( result ) DME cam LO inlet temp ( result )

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Page:1210 MD12** ME LO SYSTEM - LO TEMP CONTROL (1)


Main LO temp contr auto switch Main LO temp contr manual output Main LO temp contr Main LO temp contr Main LO temp contr Main LO temp contr L=35.0 H=54.0 set point input signal output signal valve pos

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

X01414 Z01415 T01411 T01412 Z01413 V01410 T01350 T01351

<0-1> % degC degC % % degC degC

Main LO temp inlet ME Main LO temp outlet ME

T01346 T01347

degC degC

Main LO temp outlet LOC 1 Main LO temp outlet LOC 2

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

X01420 C01421 C01422 C01423 C01424

<0-1> %/degC sec sec <0-10>

Main LO temp contr hw PID select Main LO temp contr Main LO temp contr Main LO temp contr Main LO temp contr gain integration time derivation time derivation range

C01425 C01426

sec sec

Main LO temp contr valve TC Main LO temp contr sensor TC

X01416 X01418 X01417

<0-2> % <0-2>

Main LO temp contr valve hyst type Main LO temp contr valve hyst value Main LO temp contr valve charA

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

R01360 R01361 E01374 E01375 Z01373

<0-1> <0-1> kW kW %

Main LO pump 1 Main LO pump 2 Main LO pump 1 power Main LO pump 2 power Main LO pump efficiency

N01372 G01307 P01300

% ton/h bar

Main LO pump speed Main LO pump flow (total) Main LO pump discharge press

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

Z01332 H01334 P01330 P01063

% kW bar bar

Main LO cooler 1 temp efficiency Main LO cooler 1 transferred heat Main LO cooler 1 LO diff press Main LO cooler 1 FW diff press

Z01333 H01335 P01331 P01064

% kW bar bar

Main LO cooler 2 temp efficiency Main LO cooler 2 transferred heat Main LO cooler 2 LO diff press Main LO cooler 2 FW diff press

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Page:1300 MD13** ME TBCH SYSTEM TURBOCHARGERS (1)


bar bar degC degC ME air receiver press ME exh receiver press ME air receiver temp ME exh receiver temp

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

P01600 P01602 T01601 T01603

L=---

H=55.0

N01610 G01611 G01612 T01613 T01614 P01615 N01620 G01621 G01622 T01623 T01624 P01625

rpm ton/h ton/h degC degC mmWC rpm ton/h ton/h degC degC mmWC

L=---

L=--L=--L=--L=---

H=9000.0 ME TBCH 1 speed ME TBCH 1 air flow ME TBCH 1 exh flow H=420.0 ME TBCH 1 exh outlet temp H=220.0 ME TBCH 1 air outlet temp H=300.0 ME TBCH 1 air filter diff press H=9000.0 ME TBCH 2 speed ME TBCH 2 air flow ME TBCH 2 exh flow H=420.0 ME TBCH 2 exh outlet temp H=220.0 ME TBCH 2 air outlet temp H=300.0 ME TBCH 2 air filter diff press

L=--L=--L=---

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

T01605

degC

ME TBCH inlet temp (eng room)

G01607 T01606 P01644 P01645

ton/h degC mmWC mmWC

ME exh flow to boiler ME exh temp to boiler ME TBCH inlet diff press (air) ME TBCH outlet diff press (exh)

X01630 V01631 V01632

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

ME TBCH slide valve control auto ME TBCH 1 slide valve (exh/air) ME TBCH 2 slide valve (exh/air)

C01633 C01634

bar bar

ME TBCH low scav air press limit ME TBCH high scav air press limit

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H=1.0 H=1.0

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

X01642 X01643

<0-3> <0-3>

L=--L=---

ME TBCH 1 serious damage ME TBCH 2 serious damage

Z01617 Z01616 Z01627 Z01626

% % % %

L=---

H=50.0

ME TBCH 1 vibra index ME TBCH 1 surge index ME TBCH 2 vibra index ME TBCH 2 surge index

L=---

H=50.0

X01636 X01637 X01640 X01641 X01706 X01726

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

ME TBCH 1 exh side cleaning ME TBCH 1 air side cleaning ME TBCH 2 exh side cleaning ME TBCH 2 air side cleaning ME airc 1 air side cleaning ME airc 2 air side cleaning

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H01701 Z01700 G01702 P01703 T01704 T01705 G01710 P01711 T01712 T01713 V01714 X13040 Z13040 L13040 G13041

kW % ton/h mmWC L=--degC degC L=--ton/h bar degC degC % kg/h % % kg/h

ME airc 1 transferred heat ME airc 1 temp efficiency ME airc 1 air flow ME airc 1 air flow press drop ME airc 1 air inlet temp ME airc 1 air outlet temp ME airc 1 LTFW flow ME airc 1 LTFW flow press drop ME airc 1 LTFW inlet temp ME airc 1 LTFW outlet temp ME airc 1 LTFW flow choke valve ME TBCH 1 airc free water inlet ME ME TBCH 1 airc air humidity inlet ME ME TBCH 1 airc water level (demister) ME TBCH 1 airc water drain (demister)

H=300.0 H=90.0

L=---

H=40.0

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Page:1321 MD13** ME TBCH SYSTEM - AIR COOLER 2


ME airc 2 transferred heat ME airc 2 temp efficiency ME airc 2 air flow ME airc 2 air flow press drop ME airc 2 air inlet temp ME airc 2 air outlet temp ME airc 2 LTFW flow ME airc 2 LTFW flow press drop ME airc 2 LTFW inlet temp ME airc 2 LTFW outlet temp ME airc 2 LTFW flow choke valve ME TBCH 2 airc free water inlet ME ME TBCH 2 airc air humidity inlet ME ME TBCH 2 airc water level (demister) ME TBCH 2 airc water drain (demister)

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

H01721 Z01720 G01722 P01723 T01724 T01725 G01730 P01731 T01732 T01733 V01734 X13050 Z13050 L13050 G13051

kW % ton/h mmWC L=--degC degC L=--ton/h bar degC degC % kg/h % % kg/h

H=300.0 H=90.0

L=---

H=40.0

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Page:1900 MD19** ME CONTROL SYSTEM LOCAL CONTROL (1)

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

X02406 Z02405 N02015 X02010 P01600

<0-1> % rpm % bar L=--H=82.0

Local fuel link control Local fuel link position command ME speed ME fuel link position ME air receiver press

X02407 X02417 X02420

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

ME cam position command (1=astern) ME start air valve ME start air slow turning

X02410 X02411

<0-1> <0-1>

ME start air block valve ME start air distributor block valve

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

X02413

<0-8>

L=---

H=1.0

ME serious damage ( trip )

Z02414 Z02415 V02416

<0-2> <0-1> <0-1>

Crank case oil mist indication Crank case doors open (mist ventilate) Scav air box fires extinguisher

X02412 V02063 V02123 V02163 V02223 V02263

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

ME turning gear ME cyl 1 indicator cock ME cyl 2 indicator cock ME cyl 3 indicator cock ME cyl 4 indicator cock ME cyl 5 indicator cock

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Page:1910 MD19** ME CONTROL SYSTEM REMOTE CONTROL (1)


% rpm rpm P/D P/D % Control lever pos (ec/br) ME speed command (final) ME speed Propeller pitch command Propeller pitch Propeller pitch reduction index

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

Z02400 N02401 N02015 X02402 X03762 Z02403

L=---

H=82.0

X07521 X07522 X07524 X07525 X07523 Z02422 Z02423 Z02424 Z02425

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

ME control mode : Fixed pitch ME control mode : Combinator ME control mode : Economy ME control mode : Shaft gen ME control mode : Fixed speed Autochief command : Cam ahead Autochief command : Cam astern Autochief command : Fuel stop Autochief command : Start air on

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<0-1> % % % % % <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> % rpm <0-7> ME operation : Start/stop (combi) Autochief : Rpm/pitch com (actual) Autochief : Rpm/pitch com (limit ) Autochief : Fuel link com (actual) Autochief : Fuel link com (limit ) Autochief : Thermal index Autochief : Rpm decrease Autochief : Rpm increase Autochief : Scav air limit (load red) Autochief : Torque limit (load red) Autochief : Thermal limit (load red) Autochief : Fuel link start value Autochief speed command adjust (max) Autochief state indication

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

X07526 X02430 X02431 X02432 X02433 X02434 Z02436 Z02437 Z02440 Z02441 Z02435 X02428 N07110 X02421

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<0-2> L=--<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-2> L=--<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-8> <0-2> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> L=--H=1.0 Autochief : Shut down Shutd 1 : Low-low bearing LO press Shutd 2 : Hig-hig thrust bearing temp Shutd 3 : Hig-hig cyl coolw temp Shutd 4 : ME overspeed Shutd 5 : Turning gear engaged Autochief : Slow down Slowd 1 : Low bearing LO press Slowd 2 : High thrust bearing temp Slowd 3 : Low piston cool oil flow Slowd 4 : High scavenging air temp Slowd 5 : Miscellaneous Autochief : Fail Fail 1 : Starting fail Fail 2 : Reversing fail Fail 3 : Braking fail Fail 4 : Low start air pressure Fail 5 : Low control air pressure

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

X02444 Z02454 Z02455 Z02456 Z02457 Z02460 X02445 Z02461 Z02462 Z02463 Z02464 Z02465 X02446 Z02447 Z02450 Z02451 Z02452 Z02453

H=1.0

H=1.0

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

X02470 R02471 R02472

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

ME auxil air blower auto ME auxil air blower 1 ME auxil air blower 2

N02404

rpm

Fixed speed set point

X07527 X07530

<0-1> <0-1>

ME operation : Direct fl control ME operation : Locked fl control

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

X01951 X01952 X01953 X01954 X01961 X01962 X01963 X01964 Z01960 Z01961 C01960 C01961

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> sec sec sec sec

ME shut down prewarning ME slow down prewarning ME thermal load program active ME scav air/torque limit active ME shut down override ME slow down override ME thermal load program cancel ME scav air/torque limit cancel ME shut down count down time ME slow down count down time ME shut down prewarning time limit ME slow down prewarning time limit

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Page:1915 MD19** ME CONTROL SYSTEM REMOTE CONTROL (6)

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C11921 C11922 C11923 C11924 C11925 C11931 C11932 C11933 C11934 C11935

<0-3> <0-3> <0-3> <0-3> <0-3> <0-3> <0-3> <0-3> <0-3> <0-3>

AC SHD 1 spec : 1=no override,2=no delay AC SHD 2 spec : (3=1+2) AC SHD 3 spec : AC SHD 4 spec : AC SHD 5 spec : AC SLD 1 spec : 1=no override,2=no delay AC SLD 2 spec : (3=1+2) AC SLD 3 spec : AC SLD 4 spec : AC SLD 5 spec :

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Page:1920 MD19** ME CONTROL SYSTEM EMERGENCY CONTROL

A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

X07500 X07501 X07502 X07503 X07504

<0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2>

Responsibility transfer : Bridge Responsibility transfer : ECR Responsibility transfer : Local Stand by telegraph : ECR stand by Stand by telegraph : Finished w eng

X07510 X07511 X07512 X07513 X07514 X07515 X07516 X07517 X07520

<0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2>

Emergency telegraph : Full ahead Emergency telegraph : Half ahead Emergency telegraph : Slow ahead Emergency telegraph : Deads ahead Emergency telegraph : Stop Emergency telegraph : Deads astern Emergency telegraph : Slow astern Emergency telegraph : Half astern Emergency telegraph : Full astern

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2.101 Page:2000 MD20** ME POWER SYSTEM - MAIN VARIABLES


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N06312 N03761 Q02004 E02005 E02007 E02006 P02003

knot rpm kNm MW kW kW bar

Ship speed Propeller speed ME shaft torque ME shaft power ( to propeller ) ME PTI power (from powerturbine) ME PTO power (to shaftgenerator) ME mean effective pressure

L=---

H=20.0

X02010 G02011 G02012 P01600 Z02013 Z01970 Z00518

% ton/h g/kWh bar % g/kWh g/kWh

ME fuel link position ME fuel oil consumption ME fuel oil consumption (specific) ME air receiver press ME exhaust gas smoke content ME NOx generation ME exh SOx content

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T02014 T02040 T02100 T02140 T02200 T02240 T02041 T02101 T02141 T02201 T02241

degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--H=450.0 H=450.0 H=450.0 H=450.0 H=450.0

ME mean cylinder exhaust temp ME cyl 1 exh outlet temp ME cyl 2 exh outlet temp ME cyl 3 exh outlet temp ME cyl 4 exh outlet temp ME cyl 5 exh outlet temp ME cyl 1 exh outlet temp deviation ME cyl 2 exh outlet temp deviation ME cyl 3 exh outlet temp deviation ME cyl 4 exh outlet temp deviation ME cyl 5 exh outlet temp deviation

L=-40.0 H=40.0 L=-40.0 H=40.0 L=-40.0 H=40.0 L=-40.0 H=40.0 L=-40.0 H=40.0

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T02044 T02104 T02144 T02204 T02244 T02043 T02103 T02143 T02203 T02243

degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC

L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=---

H=65.0 H=65.0 H=65.0 H=65.0 H=65.0 H=90.0 H=90.0 H=90.0 H=90.0 H=90.0

ME cyl 1 oil outlet temp (piston) ME cyl 2 oil outlet temp (piston) ME cyl 3 oil outlet temp (piston) ME cyl 4 oil outlet temp (piston) ME cyl 5 oil outlet temp (piston) ME cyl 1 wtr outlet temp ME cyl 2 wtr outlet temp ME cyl 3 wtr outlet temp ME cyl 4 wtr outlet temp ME cyl 5 wtr outlet temp (liner) (liner) (liner) (liner) (liner)

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T02046 T02106 T02146 T02206 T02246 T02045 T02105 T02145 T02205 T02245

degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC

L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=---

H=200.0 H=200.0 H=200.0 H=200.0 H=200.0 H=250.0 H=250.0 H=250.0 H=250.0 H=250.0

ME cyl 1 liner temp ME cyl 2 liner temp ME cyl 3 liner temp ME cyl 4 liner temp ME cyl 5 liner temp ME cyl 1 cover temp ME cyl 2 cover temp ME cyl 3 cover temp ME cyl 4 cover temp ME cyl 5 cover temp

(mean) (mean) (mean) (mean) (mean) (mean) (mean) (mean) (mean) (mean)

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2.105 Page:2020 MD20** ME POWER SYSTEM - CYL FUEL PUMPS


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X02010 X12001 X12030 X12031 X12032 X12033 X12034 X12035 X12041 X12042 X12043 X12044 X12045 X02064 X02124 X02164 X02224 X02264 % <0-1> % mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> ME fuel link position Super-VIT system active ME collective VIT index adjustment ME cyl 1 VIT index adjustment ME cyl 2 VIT index adjustment ME cyl 3 VIT index adjustment ME cyl 4 VIT index adjustment ME cyl 5 VIT index adjustment ME cyl 1 fuel index adjustment ME cyl 2 fuel index adjustment ME cyl 3 fuel index adjustment ME cyl 4 fuel index adjustment ME cyl 5 fuel index adjustment ME cyl 1 FO pump (0=active ME cyl 2 FO pump (0=active ME cyl 3 FO pump (0=active ME cyl 4 FO pump (0=active ME cyl 5 FO pump (0=active 1=inactive) 1=inactive) 1=inactive) 1=inactive) 1=inactive)

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2.107 Page:2100 MD21** ME POWER SYSTEM - CYL 1 CONDITION (1)


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T02040 T02042 T02043 T02044 T02046 T02045

degC degC degC degC degC degC

L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=---

H=450.0 H=55.0 H=90.0 H=65.0 H=200.0 H=250.0

ME cyl 1 exh outlet temp ME cyl 1 air inlet temp ME cyl 1 wtr outlet temp (liner) ME cyl 1 oil outlet temp (piston) ME cyl 1 liner temp (mean) ME cyl 1 cover temp (mean)

G02050 G02051 G02052 G02053

kg/h ton/h ton/h ton/h

ME cyl 1 FO flow ME cyl 1 air flow ME cyl 1 oil flow ME cyl 1 wtr flow

L=10.0 H=--L=5.0 H=---

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E02056 P02065 P02066 X02067 X02070

kW bar bar deg deg

ME cyl 1 indicated power

(IKW)

ME cyl 1 combustion press (pmax) ME cyl 1 compression press (pcompr) ME cyl 1 time of ignition (tign) ME cyl 1 time of max press (tmax)

P02071 P02072 X02073 X02074

bar bar deg deg

ME cyl 1 injection open press (pinjo) ME cyl 1 injection max press (pinjm) ME cyl 1 time of injection (tinjo) ME cyl 1 length of injection (linj)

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T02100 T02102 T02103 T02104 T02106 T02105

degC degC degC degC degC degC

L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=---

H=450.0 H=55.0 H=90.0 H=65.0 H=200.0 H=250.0

ME cyl 2 exh outlet temp ME cyl 2 air inlet temp ME cyl 2 wtr outlet temp (liner) ME cyl 2 oil outlet temp (piston) ME cyl 2 liner temp (mean) ME cyl 2 cover temp (mean)

G02110 G02111 G02112 G02113

kg/h ton/h ton/h ton/h

ME cyl 2 FO flow ME cyl 2 air flow ME cyl 2 oil flow ME cyl 2 wtr flow

L=10.0 H=--L=5.0 H=---

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2.111 Page:2201 MD22** ME CYL 2 INDICATION RESULT


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E02116 P02125 P02126 X02127 X02130

kW bar bar deg deg

ME cyl 2 indicated power

(IKW)

ME cyl 2 combustion press (pmax) ME cyl 2 compression press (pcompr) ME cyl 2 time of ignition (tign) ME cyl 2 time of max press (tmax)

P02131 P02132 X02133 X02134

bar bar deg deg

ME cyl 2 injection open press (pinjo) ME cyl 2 injection max press (pinjm) ME cyl 2 time of injection (tinjo) ME cyl 2 length of injection (linj)

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2.113 Page:2300 MD23** ME POWER SYSTEM - CYL 3 CONDITION (1)


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T02140 T02142 T02143 T02144 T02146 T02145

degC degC degC degC degC degC

L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=---

H=450.0 H=55.0 H=90.0 H=65.0 H=200.0 H=250.0

ME cyl 3 exh outlet temp ME cyl 3 air inlet temp ME cyl 3 wtr outlet temp (liner) ME cyl 3 oil outlet temp (piston) ME cyl 3 liner temp (mean) ME cyl 3 cover temp (mean)

G02150 G02151 G02152 G02153

kg/h ton/h ton/h ton/h

ME cyl 3 FO flow ME cyl 3 air flow ME cyl 3 oil flow ME cyl 3 wtr flow

L=10.0 H=--L=5.0 H=---

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E02156 P02165 P02166 X02167 X02170

kW bar bar deg deg

ME cyl 3 indicated power

(IKW)

ME cyl 3 combustion press (pmax) ME cyl 3 compression press (pcompr) ME cyl 3 time of ignition (tign) ME cyl 3 time of max press (tmax)

P02171 P02172 X02173 X02174

bar bar deg deg

ME cyl 3 injection open press (pinjo) ME cyl 3 injection max press (pinjm) ME cyl 3 time of injection (tinjo) ME cyl 3 length of injection (linj)

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

T02200 T02202 T02203 T02204 T02206 T02205

degC degC degC degC degC degC

L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=---

H=450.0 H=55.0 H=90.0 H=65.0 H=200.0 H=250.0

ME cyl 4 exh outlet temp ME cyl 4 air inlet temp ME cyl 4 wtr outlet temp (liner) ME cyl 4 oil outlet temp (piston) ME cyl 4 liner temp (mean) ME cyl 4 cover temp (mean)

G02210 G02211 G02212 G02213

kg/h ton/h ton/h ton/h

ME cyl 4 FO flow ME cyl 4 air flow ME cyl 4 oil flow ME cyl 4 wtr flow

L=10.0 H=--L=5.0 H=---

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2.117 Page:2401 MD24** ME CYL 4 INDICATION RESULT


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E02216 P02225 P02226 X02227 X02230

kW bar bar deg deg

ME cyl 4 indicated power

(IKW)

ME cyl 4 combustion press (pmax) ME cyl 4 compression press (pcompr) ME cyl 4 time of ignition (tign) ME cyl 4 time of max press (tmax)

P02231 P02232 X02233 X02234

bar bar deg deg

ME cyl 4 injection open press (pinjo) ME cyl 4 injection max press (pinjm) ME cyl 4 time of injection (tinjo) ME cyl 4 length of injection (linj)

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2.119 Page:2500 MD25** ME POWER SYSTEM - CYL 5 CONDITION (1)


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T02240 T02242 T02243 T02244 T02246 T02245

degC degC degC degC degC degC

L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=---

H=450.0 H=55.0 H=90.0 H=65.0 H=200.0 H=250.0

ME cyl 5 exh outlet temp ME cyl 5 air inlet temp ME cyl 5 wtr outlet temp (liner) ME cyl 5 oil outlet temp (piston) ME cyl 5 liner temp (mean) ME cyl 5 cover temp (mean)

G02250 G02251 G02252 G02253

kg/h ton/h ton/h ton/h

ME cyl 5 FO flow ME cyl 5 air flow ME cyl 5 oil flow ME cyl 5 wtr flow

L=10.0 H=--L=5.0 H=---

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E02256 P02265 P02266 X02267 X02270

kW bar bar deg deg

ME cyl 5 indicated power

(IKW)

ME cyl 5 combustion press (pmax) ME cyl 5 compression press (pcompr) ME cyl 5 time of ignition (tign) ME cyl 5 time of max press (tmax)

P02271 P02272 X02273 X02274

bar bar deg deg

ME cyl 5 injection open press (pinjo) ME cyl 5 injection max press (pinjm) ME cyl 5 time of injection (tinjo) ME cyl 5 length of injection (linj)

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X17100 X17001 X17002 X17003 X17004 N17001 N17002 N17003 N17004 T17001 T17002 T17003

<0-5> % % % % % % % % degC degC degC

ME cylinder display selector ME cyl piston ring 1 sealing ME cyl piston ring 2 sealing ME cyl piston ring 3 sealing ME cyl piston ring 4 sealing ME cyl piston ring 1 movement ME cyl piston ring 2 movement ME cyl piston ring 3 movement ME cyl piston ring 4 movement ME cyl exhaust temperature ME cyl cover metal temp (mean) ME cyl liner metal temp (mean)

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2.123 Page:2701 MD27** ME PISTON RING MONITOR (2/2)


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X17000 C17000

<0-1> <0-60>

ME piston ring auto wear ME piston ring wear time factor

C17001 C17002 C17003 C17005 C17006

% % % % %

ME piston ring wear high (blowby start) ME piston ring movement high (no wear) ME piston ring movement low (alarm) ME piston ring seal limit 1 (yellow) ME piston ring seal limit 2 (red)

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2.125 Page:2900 MD29** ME BEARING SYSTEM CROSSH/CRANC


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P01302 T01350 T01351 T02060 T02120 T02160 T02220 T02260 T02061 T02121 T02161 T02221 T02261

bar degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC

L=35.0 H=54.0

Main LO press inlet ME Main LO temp inlet ME Main LO temp outlet ME ME cyl 1 crossh bearing temp ME cyl 2 crossh bearing temp ME cyl 3 crossh bearing temp ME cyl 4 crossh bearing temp ME cyl 5 crossh bearing temp ME cyl 1 crank bearing temp ME cyl 2 crank bearing temp ME cyl 3 crank bearing temp ME cyl 4 crank bearing temp ME cyl 5 crank bearing temp

L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=---

H=70.0 H=70.0 H=70.0 H=70.0 H=70.0 H=70.0 H=70.0 H=70.0 H=70.0 H=70.0

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P01303 G01313

bar ton/h

L=1.5

H=---

Main LO press inlet ME bearings Main LO flow to ME bearings

T02340 T02341 T02342 T02343 T02344 T02345

degC degC degC degC degC degC

L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=---

H=70.0 H=70.0 H=70.0 H=70.0 H=70.0 H=70.0

ME main bearing 1 temp ME main bearing 2 temp ME main bearing 3 temp ME main bearing 4 temp ME main bearing 5 temp ME main bearing 6 temp

T02350

degC

L=---

H=75.0

ME thrust bearing temp (axial )

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2.128 Page:5300 MD53** PROPELLER SERVO OIL SYSTEM (1)


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: R03740 R03741 P03700 P03701 P03702 G03706 G03704 G03705 V03742 V03743 P03703 <0-1> <0-1> bar bar bar ton/h ton/h ton/h <0-1> <0-1> bar Prop servo oil pump 1 Prop servo oil pump 2 Prop servo oil press outlet pumps Prop servo oil press inlet servo Prop servo oil press inlet LOC Prop servo oil flow inlet filter Prop servo oil flow inlet press CV Prop servo oil flow inlet pitch CV Prop servo oil filter 1 Prop servo oil filter 2 Prop servo oil filter diff press

L=25.0 H=---

L=---

H=1.5

L03712 R03744 G03711 G03722

% <0-1> ton/h ton/h

L=30.0 H=90.0

L=---

H=0.1

Prop servo oil tank level Prop servo oil tank make-up pump Prop servo oil tank make-up flow Prop servo oil tank overflow (to bilge)

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T03713 T03734 T03721 T03715 V03714 C03716 C03717 G03707 G03710

degC degC degC degC % %/degC % ton/h ton/h

L=---

H=50.0

Prop servo oil tank temp Prop servo oil temp inlet LOC Prop servo oil temp outlet LOC Prop servo oil temp contr set point Prop servo oil temp contr valve pos Prop servo oil temp contr gain Prop servo oil temp contr bias Prop servo oil flow inlet LOC Prop servo oil flow bypass LOC

V03733 G03730 T03731 T03732

<0-1> ton/h degC degC

Prop servo CW flow shut off valve Prop servo CW flow outlet LOC Prop servo CW temp inlet LOC Prop servo CW temp outlet LOC

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P03701

bar

L=25.0 H=---

Prop servo oil press inlet servo

P03725 V03724 C03726 C03727

bar % %/bar %

Prop servo oil press contr set point Prop servo oil press contr valve pos Prop servo oil press contr gain Prop servo oil press contr bias

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2.131 Page:5310 MD53** PROPELLER PITCH CONTROL


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X03767 Z03770

<0-1> %

Propeller pitch local control Propeller pitch local command

E03760 N03761 X03762 Q03763 Q03764 Z03765

MW rpm P/D tonm ton %

Propeller power Propeller speed Propeller pitch Propeller torque Propeller thrust Propeller cavitation index

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2.133 Page:5400 MD54** STERN TUBE SYSTEM GRAVITY TANKS


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: R03560 R03561 X03556 X03557 V03563 V03564 L03452 T03455 G03471 G03472 G03473 L03451 T03454 G03466 G03467 G03470 <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> % degC ton/h ton/h ton/h % degC ton/h ton/h ton/h L=40.0 H=--Stern tube LO pump 1 Stern tube LO pump 2 Stern tube LO pump 1 auto Stern tube LO pump 2 auto Stern tube grav tank inlet (0,1)=(l,h) Stern tube grav tank outlet (0,1)=(l,h) Stern tube high grav tank level Stern tube high grav tank temp Stern tube high grav tank inlet flow Stern tube high grav tank outlet flow Stern tube high grav tank overflow Stern tube low Stern tube low Stern tube low Stern tube low Stern tube low grav tank level grav tank temp grav tank inlet flow grav tank outlet flow grav tank overflow

L=40.0 H=---

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X03565 T03552 T03553 P03464 P03465 G03554 T03456 T03457 G03550 G03551 L03450 Z03555 R03562 G03475 G03476 <0-1> degC degC mWC mWC kg/h degC degC ton/h ton/h % % <0-1> ton/h ton/h L=30.0 H=90.0 L=--- H=30.0 L=--L=--L=--H=1.0 H=60.0 H=60.0 Stern tube serious damage Stern tube fore bearing temp Stern tube aft bearing temp Stern tube LO inlet press Stern tube LO - SW diff press Stern tube LO leakage ( oil pollution ) Stern tube LO inlet temp Stern tube LO outlet temp Stern tube LO inlet flow Stern tube LO return flow Stern tube LO sump level Stern tube LO contamination Stern tube LO sump make-up pump Stern tube LO sump make-up flow Stern tube LO sump overflow (to bilge)

L=1.5

H=11.0

L=---

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

T03453 P03463 P03462 G03477 T03460 V03571 G03570 T03461

degC bar bar ton/h degC <0-1> ton/h degC

L=---

H=60.0

Stern tube LO sump temp Stern tube LOC LO inlet press Stern tube LOC LO outlet press Stern tube LOC LO inlet flow Stern tube LOC LO outlet temp Stern tube LOC CW inlet valve Stern tube LOC CW inlet flow Stern tube LOC CW outlet temp

V03572 G03474

<0-1> ton/h

Stern tube LO discharge valve Stern tube LO discharge flow (to spill)

C03566

degC

Stern tube serious damage limit

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2.137 Page:5600 MD56** SHIP PROPULSION SYSTEM - HULL FORCES


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: N06312 X06314 G06326 G06327 X06334 X06335 X06336 X03771 N03761 E03760 Z03766 Q03764 Q06331 E06325 knot nm kg/h kg/h % m deg <0-1> rpm MW % ton ton kg/Nm Ship speed Ship pos Total ME FO flow Total DG FO flow (net) Ship load ( active ) Trim ( active ) Heel ( active ) Propeller type (0=small,1=big) Propeller speed Propeller power Propeller efficiency Propeller thrust Ship hull drag force (total) Overall propulsion efficiency

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: <0-1> <0-1>

R06276 R06277

Steering gear servo pump 1 Steering gear servo pump 2

R06270 X06278 E06272 Q06273 I06279

<0-1> P/D kW ton A

Bow thruster run (start/stop) Bow thruster pitch Bow thruster power Bow thruster force (lateral) Bow thruster current

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2.139 Page:5610 MD56** SHIP COURSE CONTROL (1)


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

N06313 X06314 X06300 X06306 X06307 X06310 X06304 X06305 R06311 X06318 X06319 C06301 C06302 C06303

knot nm <0-2> deg deg deg deg deg <0-1> <0-1> -

Ship speed (manual if isola) Ship pos Auto pilot Ship course command Ship course (-180/180) Ship course (0-360) Rudder command Rudder pos Turning rate (l/r) Emergency rudder control - Stbd (local) Emergency rudder control - Port (local) Autopilot course gain Autopilot rate gain Autopilot course deadband

2.140 Page:5611 MD56** SHIP COURSE CONTROL (2)


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

X07041

<0-1>

Ship speed isolation (autopilot)

Q03764 Q06331 Q06332 Q06333

ton ton ton ton

Propeller thrust Ship hull drag force (total) Ice resistance force Wind resistance force

Z00770 N00766 X00767 X06315 X06323

Beauf m/sec deg m m

Weather condition (waves) Wind force ( speed ) Wind direction (0-360 dgr) Sea water depth Draft ( mean )

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

M06316 X06320

kton %

Ship load (deadweigth) Ship load (relative)

X06321 X06322 X06323

m m m

Trim (by stern) Heel (by stbd) Draft ( mean )

M06360 M06361 M06362 M06363 M06364 M06365 M06367

ton ton ton ton ton ton ton

Spill oil tank content HFO service tank content DO service tank content HFO settl tank 1 content HFO settl tank 2 content DO storage tank content Distilled FW tank content

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

M06340 M06341 M06342 M06343

ton ton ton ton

Aft bunker tank content Port bunker tank content Stbd bunker tank content Fore bunker tank content

M06354 M06357 M06355 M06356

kton kton ton ton

Total cargo load Total SW load Total HFO load Total DO load

M06366

ton

LO storage tank content

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: M10630 M10631 M10632 M10633 M10634 M10635 M10636 M10637 M10640 M10641 M10642 M10643 M10644 M10645 M10650 M10651 M10652 kton kton kton kton kton kton kton kton kton kton kton kton kton kton kton kton kton Cargo tank Cargo tank Cargo tank Cargo tank Cargo tank Cargo tank Cargo tank Cargo tank Slop tank Cargo tank Cargo tank Cargo tank Cargo tank Slop tank CT-1 CT-2 CT-3 CT-4 content content content content

WT-1-P content WT-2-P content WT-4-P content WT-5-P content WT-6-P content WT-1-S content WT-2-S content WT-4-S content WT-5-S content WT-6-S content

Ballast tank fpeak content Ballast tank WT-3-P content Ballast tank WT-3-S content

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2.146 Page:5800 MD58** SHIP VENTILATION SYSTEMS ETC


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

T00760 T00761 T00762

degC degC degC

Ambient air temperature Engine room air temp Control room air temp

L=---

H=40.0

R00764 R00765 R00763 R00772 R00773 R00774 R00775

<0-1> <0-1> <0-2> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

Eng room fan 1 Eng room fan 2 Control room air condition Main refrigeration Main air condition (el load) (el load)

Main air ventilation 1 (el load) Main air ventilation 2 (el load)

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2.147 Page:5801 MD58** SHIP FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

Z00570 Z00571

<0-2> <0-2>

L=--L=---

H=1.0 H=1.0

Fire detection engine area (2=serious) Fire detection deck area (2=serious)

Z00578 V00705 R00710 R00709 V00714 V00715

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

Fire alarm horn reset (sound off) Bottom sea chest inlet valve SW main fire pump 1 SW main fire pump 2 SW fire line supply valve SW fire line water canon ( deck )

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: P15801 P15802 P15803 P15804 P15805 P15806 P15807 P15808 P15809 P15810 P15821 P15822 P15823 P15824 bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar L=--L=--H=1.5 H=1.5 Steering gear pump 1 discharge press Steering gear pump 2 discharge press Steering gear pump 1 press setpoint Steering gear pump 2 press setpoint Steering gear p1 chamber press Steering gear s1 chamber press Steering gear s2 chamber press Steering gear p2 chamber press Steering gear oil filter 1 diff press Steering gear oil filter 2 diff press Steering gear p1 to s1 rlf valve open press Steering gear s1 to p1 rlf valve open press Steering gear p2 to s2 rlf valve open press Steering gear s2 to p2 rlf valve open press

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: G15801 G15802 G15803 G15804 G15805 G15806 G15807 G15808 ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h Steering gear pump 1 oil flow Steering gear pump 2 oil flow Steering gear filter 1 oil flow Steering gear filter 2 oil flow Steering gear pump 1 flow to s chambers Steering gear pump 1 flow to p chambers Steering gear pump 2 flow to p chambers Steering gear pump 2 flow to s chambers

T15801 T15802

degC degC

L=--L=---

H=50.0 H=50.0

Steering gear oil sump 1 temp Steering gear oil sump 2 temp

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: L15801 L15802 L15803 L15804 L15810 L15811 L15812 % % % % % % % L=50.0 H=95.0 L=50.0 H=95.0 L=50.0 H=--L=50.0 H=--Steering gear exp tank 1 level Steering gear exp tank 2 level Steering gear oil sump 1 level Steering gear oil sump 2 level Steering gear stby start level switch pos Steering gear stop pump1 level switch pos Steering gear stop pump2 level switch pos

X15802 X15803

deg deg

Steering gear contr - Start hysteresis Steering gear contr - Stop hysteresis

X15801 V15801 V15802

<0-1> % %

Steering gear safematic valve Steering gear 1 press control valve pos Steering gear 2 press control valve pos

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: V15803 V15804 V15805 V15806 V15807 V15808 V15809 V15810 V15811 V15812 V15813 V15814 V15815 V15816 V15817 V15818 V15819 <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> Steering gear 1 p shut off valve Steering gear 1 s shut off valve Steering gear 2 p shut off valve Steering gear 2 s shut off valve Steering gear 1 bypass valve Steering gear 2 bypass valve Steering gear 1 s to p relief valve Steering gear 1 p to s relief valve Steering gear 2 p to s relief valve Steering gear 2 s to p relief valve Steering gear oil sump 1 drain valve Steering gear oil sump 2 drain valve Steering gear exp tank 1 drain valve Steering gear exp tank 2 drain valve Steering gear exp tank 1 shut off valve Steering gear exp tank 2 shut off valve Steering gear exp tank make-up valve

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P04300 G04316 V04460 V04462 P04301 G04317 V04461 V04463 P04302 P04303 G04427

bar L=22.0 H=32.0 kg/h <0-1> <0-1> bar kg/h <0-1> <0-1> bar bar kg/h L=22.0 H=32.0

Start air receiver 1 pressure Start air receiver 1 inlet flow Start air receiver 1 inlet valve Start air receiver 1 outlet valve Start air receiver 2 pressure Start air receiver 2 inlet flow Start air receiver 2 inlet valve Start air receiver 2 outlet valve Start air rec inlet line press Start air rec outlet line press Start air leakage (basic)

P04421 P04425 P04426

bar bar bar

L=10.0 H=--L=10.0 H=---

ME start air supply press DG 1 start air supply press DG 2 start air supply press

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

V04511 V04515 V04516

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

ME start air supply valve DG 1 start air supply valve DG 2 start air supply valve

Z04312 V04447 V04446 G04361 G04370 Z04313 V04451 V04450 G04362 G04371

% <0-1> <0-1> kg/h kg/h % <0-1> <0-1> kg/h kg/h

L=--L=---

H=50.0 H=1.0

Start air receiver 1 water content Start air receiver 1 drain valve Start air receiver 1 safety valve Start air rec 1 drain valve flow Start air rec 1 safety valve flow Start air receiver 2 water content Start air receiver 2 drain valve Start air receiver 2 safety valve Start air rec 2 drain valve flow Start air rec 2 safety valve flow

L=--L=---

H=50.0 H=1.0

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2.155 Page:6002 MD60** SERV AIR RECEIVER SYSTEM


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: P04306 G04322 V04452 G04323 V04410 V04464 V04465 G04431 V04466 P04311 G04430 Z04314 V04455 V04454 G04363 G04372 bar kg/h <0-1> kg/h % <0-1> <0-1> kg/h <0-1> bar kg/h % <0-1> <0-1> kg/h kg/h L=5.0 H=8.0 Serv air receiver press Serv air compr flow Serv air receiver make-up valve Serv air receiver make-up flow Serv air press contr valve pos Serv air receiver inlet valve Serv air receiver outlet valve Serv air flow Control air drier/press red valve Control air pressure Control air flow Serv Serv Serv Serv Serv air receiver water content air receiver drain valve air receiver safety valve air rec drain valve flow air rec safety valve flow

L=2.5

H=4.5

L=--L=---

H=50.0 H=1.0

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

P04302 X04503 R04470 G04320 P04335

bar <0-3> <0-1> kg/h bar L=1.5 H=--L=--H=1.0

Start air rec inlet line press Start air compr 1 trip (temp,press,curr) Start air compr 1 start/stop Start air compr 1 air flow Start air compr 1 LO inlet press

V04440 G04325 T04331 T04342 V04441 Z04350 G04355

<0-1> ton/h degC degC <0-1> % kg/h

L=---

H=90.0

Start air compr 1 wtr shut off valve Start air compr 1 coolw flow Start air compr 1 coolw outlet temp Start air compr 1 air outlet temp Start air compr 1 airc drain valve Start air compr 1 airc water content Start air compr 1 airc drain flow

L=---

H=80.0

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2.157 Page:6004 MD60** START AIR COMPRESSOR 2


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

P04302 X04504 R04471 G04321 P04336

bar <0-3> <0-1> kg/h bar L=1.5 H=--L=--H=1.0

Start air rec inlet line press Start air compr 2 trip (temp,press,curr) Start air compr 2 start/stop Start air compr 2 air flow Start air compr 2 LO inlet press

V04442 G04326 T04332 T04343 V04443 Z04351 G04356

<0-1> ton/h degC degC L=--<0-1> % kg/h

H=90.0

Start air compr 2 wtr shut off valve Start air compr 2 coolw flow Start air compr 2 coolw outlet temp Start air compr 2 air outlet temp Start air compr 2 airc drain valve Start air compr 2 airc water content Start air compr 2 airc drain flow

L=---

H=80.0

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P04307 X04505 R04472 G04322 P04337

bar <0-3> <0-1> kg/h bar L=1.5 H=--L=--H=1.0

Serv air inlet line press Serv air compr trip (temp,press,curr) Serv air compr start/stop Serv air compr flow Serv air compr LO inlet press

V04444 G04327 T04333 T04344 V04445 Z04352 G04357

<0-1> ton/h degC degC <0-1> % kg/h

L=---

H=90.0

Serv Serv Serv Serv

air compr wtr shut off valve air compr coolw flow air compr coolw outlet temp air compr air outlet temp

L=---

H=80.0

Serv air compr airc drain valve Serv air compr airc water content Serv air compr airc drain flow

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2.159 Page:6006 MD60** AIR RECEIVER SAFETY VALVE DATA


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

P04300 P04301 P04306

bar bar bar

L=22.0 H=32.0 L=22.0 H=32.0 L=5.0 H=8.0

Start air receiver 1 pressure Start air receiver 2 pressure Serv air receiver press

C04400 C04401 C04402 C04403 C04404 C04405 C04411

bar bar bar bar bar bar bar

Start air rec 1 safety open press Start air rec 1 safety close press Start air rec 2 safety open press Start air rec 2 safety close press Serv air safety valve open press Serv air safety valve close press Serv air press contr valve set point

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2.161 Page:6100 MD61** FRESH WATER GENERATOR - EJECTOR SYSTEM


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: R06720 V06721 V06732 P06660 G06643 G06647 G06650 G06651 Z06655 T06656 G06652 Z06653 Z06712 T06711 <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> bar ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h % degC kg/h % % degC L=4.0 H=--Ejector pump Ejector pump suction valve Ejector pump overboard valve Ejector pump discharge pressure Ejector pump flow (total) Ejector drive flow (total) Ejector discharge flow (total) Ejector brine flow Ejector brine flow salinity Ejector brine flow temperature Ejector suction flow Ejector suction flow air content Ejector pump SW inlet salinity Ejector pump SW inlet temp

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: Vacuum breaker valve (air inlet) Fresh w gen heater feed shut off valve Fresh w gen heater drain valve Fresh w gen evap feed line flow Fresh w gen evap feed orifice size

V06731 V06722 V06723 G06644 C06724

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> ton/h <0-2>

G06645 G06646

ton/h ton/h

Fresh w gen heater feed flow Fresh w gen heater drain flow

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2.163 Page:6102 MD61** FRESH WATER GENERATOR - HEATING


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: Fresh w gen FW inlet shut off valve Fresh w gen FW outlet shut off valve Fresh w gen FW bypass valve Fresh w gen bypass flow Fresh w gen heating flow Fresh w gen heating flow inlet temp Fresh w gen heating flow outlet temp Fresh w gen heating flow return temp Fresh w gen heater heat transfer Fresh w gen heater brine level Fresh w gen heater feed flow Fresh w gen boiling flow (vapor) FWG evaporator vent valve

V06733 V06734 V06735 G06700 G06702 T06703 T06704 T06701 E06713 L06670 G06645 G06654 V06767

<0-1> <0-1> % ton/h ton/h degC degC degC kW % ton/h ton/h <0-1>

L=40.0 H=---

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

V06736 V06737 G06706 T06707 T06710 V06768 E06714 L06671 T06673 Z06672 P06661

<0-1> % ton/h degC degC <0-1> kW % degC ppm bara L=--H=90.0

Fresh w gen cooling shut off valve Fresh w gen cooling flow adjust valve Fresh w gen cooling flow Fresh w gen cooling flow inlet temp Fresh w gen cooling flow outlet temp FWG condenser vent valve Fresh w gen cooler heat transfer Fresh w gen cooler distillate level Fresh w gen cooler distillate temp Fresh w gen cooler distillate salinity Fresh w gen pressure (total)

L=---

H=100.0

L=---

H=0.5

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2.165 Page:6104 MD61** FRESH WATER GENERATOR - DISTILLATE


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

G06640 M06657 Z06674 R06725 P06664 G06642 G06641

ton/h ton ppm <0-1> bar ton/h ton/h

L=---

H=15.0

Produced fresh water flow Produced fresh water flow (total) Produced fresh water flow salinity Distillate pump Distillate pump discharge pressure Distillate flow from fresh w gen Distillate recirc to fresh w gen

X06676 C06675 C06677 V06727 V06726

<0-2> ppm ppm <0-1> <0-1>

Salinity control auto select Salinity control recirc limit (stop ) Salinity control recirc limit (start) Distillate discharge valve Distillate recirc valve

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

X06747 V06730

<0-1> <0-1>

Evap load control Evap load control valve (air inlet)

C06745 C06746

bara bara

Evap load control press limit (start) Evap load control press limit (stop )

P06661 P06663

bara bara

L=---

H=0.5

Fresh w gen pressure (total) Fresh w gen pressure ( air )

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2.167 Page:6107 MD61** FRESH WATER GENERATOR - ISOLATION


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

X06744

<0-1>

Fresh w gen isolation

G06740 T06742 G06741 T06743

ton/h degC ton/h degC

Fresh w gen FW flow at isola (total) Fresh w gen FW temp at isola (inlet) Fresh w gen SW flow at isola (total) Fresh w gen SW temp at isola (inlet)

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: L06432 L06427 L06433 G06434 G06435 G06436 G06430 V06431 G06455 Z06462 R06441 X06442 G06440 V06448 X06449 R06443 G06444 m m m ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h <0-1> ton/h % <0-2> <0-2> ton/h <0-1> <0-1> <0-2> ton/h L=--H=1.5 Sludge tank Sludge tank Sludge tank Sludge tank level (total) level (oil only) oil/wtr interface overflow (wtr) (oil)

Sludge tank influx Sludge tank influx

Sludge tank outlet flow Sludge tank suction valve Bilge sep sludge flow Bilge sep sludge flow oil content Incinerator pump Incinerator flame Incinerator flow Sludge to shore valve Sludge pipe shore connection Sludge to shore pump Sludge to shore flow

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: L06400 Z06401 G06402 V06403 L06422 Z06423 G06424 V06425 L06405 Z06407 G06410 V06411 m % ton/h <0-1> m % ton/h <0-1> m % ton/h <0-1> L=--H=0.5 Aft Aft Aft Aft Fore Fore Fore Fore bilge well level bilge well oil content bilge well outlet flow bilge well suction valve bilge well level bilge well oil content bilge well outlet flow bilge well suction valve

L=---

H=0.5

L=---

H=0.5

Eroom bilge well level Eroom bilge well oil content Eroom bilge well outlet flow Eroom bilge well suction valve

L06414 Z06415 G06416 V06417

m % ton/h <0-1>

L=---

H=0.5

Refrig. bilge well level Refrig. bilge well oil content Refrig. bilge well outlet flow Refrig. bilge well suction valve

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2.172 Page:6300 MD63** BILGE SEPARATOR (1)


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: R06470 <0-1> Bilge sep pump start/stop

V06472 V06473 V06474 V06479 V06494 V06495

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

Bilge sep overboard valve Bilge sep recirc valve Bilge sep sludge valve Bilge sep by-pass valve Bilge sep overboard stop valve Bilge sep to clean water tank manual valve

G06452 G06451 G06453 G06454 G06455 Z06463 Z06460 Z06462

ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ppm % % L=--H=15.0

Bilge sep overboard flow Bilge sep clean bilge flow Bilge sep inlet flow Bilge sep outlet flow Bilge sep sludge flow Bilge sep flow oil ppm (measuring cell) Bilge sep inlet flow oil content Bilge sep sludge flow oil content

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

X06481 X06482 X06475 E06467 T06466 L06465

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> kW degC %

Bilge sep auto switch Bilge sep trip indication Bilge sep heater switch Bilge sep heater power Bilge sep oil/water settling temp Bilge sep oil/water interface level

L=65.0 H=95.0 L=--- H=40.0

C06464 X06496 L06488 L06489

ppm % m m L=--H=20.0

Bilge sep recirc

ppm limit

Bilge pump auto time on (% of offtime) Bilge sep pump start limit Bilge sep pump stop limit

2.174 Page:6302 MD63** CLEAN BILGE WATER TANK


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: Clean bilge water tank level Clean bilge water tank oil content Bilge sep clean bilge flow Clean bilge water tank outlet flow Clean bilge water tank suction valve Bilge sep overboard stop valve Bilge sep to clean water tank manual valve

L06490 Z06491 G06451 G06492 V06493 V06494 V06495

m % ton/h ton/h <0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

L=---

H=0.8

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2.176 Page:6400 MD64** REFRIG SYSTEM COMPRESSOR


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X06524 X06523 R06525 E06533 Z06534 P06527 P06530 Z06531 T06532 G06526 <0-5> <0-3> <0-1> kW % bar bar degC kg/s L=--H=230.0 L=--H=1.0 Refrig comp trip indication Refrig comp start inhibit Refrig comp start Refrig comp electric power Refrig comp efficiency (overall) Refrig comp discharge press Refrig comp suction press Refrig comp pressure ratio Refrig comp discharge temp Refrig comp discharge flow

L=--- H=15.0 L=-0.7 H=---

L=---

H=90.0

T06567 P06571 T06535

degC bar degC

L=10.0 H=55.0 L=1.5 H=--L=--H=80.0

Refrig comp LO inlet temp Refrig comp LO inlet diff press Refrig comp thrust bearing temp

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

P06500 L06501 T06502 G06503

bar % degC kg/s

L=--L=---

H=29.0 H=40.0

Refrig condenser pressure Refrig condenser level Refrig cond condensate temp Refrig cond condensate flow

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X06521 Z06522 P06511 L06512 G06513 T06514 Z06515 T06516 % % bar % kg/s degC % degC Refrig cargo hold evap exp valve pos Refrig cargo hold evap exp v spring force Refrig cargo hold evap pressure Refrig cargo hold evap liquid content Refrig cargo hold evap liq flow (inlet) Refrig cargo hold evap vapor temp Refrig cargo hold evap vapor drop content Refrig cargo hold evap vapor superheat

L=-0.7 H=--L=--- H=50.0

X16521 Z16522 P16511 L16512 G16513 T16514 Z16515 T16516 C16635

% % bar % kg/s degC % degC -

L=3.0 L=---

H=6.0 H=50.0

L=--L=---

H=--H=---

Refrig prov store evap exp valve pos Refrig prov store evap exp v spring force Refrig prov store evap pressure Refrig prov store evap liquid cont Refrig prov store evap liq flow (inlet) Refrig prov store evap vapor temp Refrig prov store evap vapor drop content Refrig prov store evap vapor superheat Refrig prov store evap press control setp

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2.179 Page:6403 MD64** REFRIG SYSTEM - LIQUID RECEIVER


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

L06542 V06543 V06544 V06545

% <0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

L=10.0 H=80.0

Refrig receiver level Refrig receiver inlet valve Refrig receiver outlet valve Refrig receiver vapor valve

V06546 G06547

<0-1> kg/s

Refrig liquid make-up valve Refrig liquid make-up flow

X06613

<0-1>

Refrigerant selection (0=R22,1=R12)

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

R06565 P06566 T06536 L06537 T06567 G06570 P06571 P06572 P06573 R06564

<0-1> bar degC % degC kg/s bar bar bar <0-1>

Refrig comp LO circ pump Refrig comp LO circ pump press Refrig comp oil sep oil temp Refrig comp oil sep oil level Refrig comp LO inlet temp Refrig comp LO inlet flow Refrig comp LO inlet diff press Refrig comp LO cooler press drop Refrig comp LO filter press drop Refrig comp LO make up pump

L=20.0 H=80.0 L=10.0 H=55.0 L=1.5 H=---

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2.181 Page:6405 MD64** REFRIG SYSTEM - SW SUPPLY


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X06602 X06604 T06603 <0-1> <0-1> degC Refrig syst el supply isolA Refrig syst SW supply isolA Refrig syst SW supply temp

R06576 R06577 V06605 G06606 T06504 P06510 V06607 G06610 T06575

<0-1> <0-1> % ton/h degC bar <0-1> ton/h degC

Refrig syst SW supply pump 1 Refrig syst SW supply pump 2 Refrig cond SW flow valve pos Refrig cond SW flow Refrig cond SW outlet temp Refrig cond SW diff pressure Refrig comp LOC SW shut off valve Refrig comp LOC SW flow Refrig comp LOC SW outlet temp

L=--L=---

H=40.0 H=1.5

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

X06633

<0-2>

Refrig evap defrost command

Z06517 X06626 Z06627

% <0-1> %

L=---

H=---

Refrig cargo hold evap surface ice Ice build-up ok cargo hold Ice build-up rate cargo hold

Z16517 X16626 Z16627

% <0-1> %

L=---

H=---

Refrig prov store evap surface ice Ice build-up ok prov store Ice build-up rate prov store

E06541

kW

Refrig comp power limit

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X06615 Z06616 T06614 T06620 Z06621 X06540 <0-1> % degC degC % % Refrig temp contr auto switch Refrig temp contr manual output Refrig temp contr set point Refrig temp contr input signal Refrig temp contr output signal Refrig comp capacity index

X06617 C06622 C06623 C06624 C06625

<0-1> %/degC sec sec <0-10>

Refrig temp contr hw PID select Refrig temp contr Refrig temp contr Refrig temp contr Refrig temp contr gain integration time derivation time derivation range

2.184 Page:6420 MD64** REFRIG SYSTEM -CARGO HOLD / HEAT FLUXES


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: Z06551 Refrig cargo hold temp speed up factor

R06561 R06562 E06560 T06554 T06553 M06552

<0-1> <0-1> kW degC degC ton L=-35.0 H=-25.0

Refrig cargo hold air fan 1 (small) Refrig cargo hold air fan 2 ( big ) Refrig cargo hold air fan power Refrig cargo hold air temp Refrig cargo hold cargo temp Refrig cargo hold cargo mass

H06520

kW

Refrig cargo hold evap transf heat (total)

Z06555 H06556 T00760

% kW degC

Refrig cargo hold heat load setting (extra) Refrig cargo hold heat load (extra) Ambient air temperature

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

R16561

<0-1>

Refrig prov store air fan

T16554 T16553 M16552

degC degC ton

L=2.0

H=8.0

Refrig prov store air temp Refrig prov store cargo temp Refrig prov store cargo mass

H16520

kW

Refrig prov store evap transf heat (total)

2.186 Page:6422 MD64** REFRIG SYSTEM PERFORMANCE


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: Z06630 Z06631 Z06632 % Refrig performance factor (actual) Refrig performance factor (ideal) Refrig overall efficiency

E06533 H06520 H16520 H06505 H06574

kW kW kW kW kW

L=---

H=230.0

Refrig comp electric power Refrig cargo hold evap transf heat (total) Refrig prov store evap transf heat (total) Refrig cond transferred heat Refrig comp transferred heat (LOC)

X06613 X06602

<0-1> <0-1>

Refrigerant selection (0=R22,1=R12) Refrig syst el supply isolA

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

R10660 R10661 P10667 G10662 T10663 T10664 P10670 T10666 T10665 G10671 G10672

<0-1> <0-1> bar ton/h degC degC bar degC degC ton/h ton/h L=3.5 H=---

Thermal oil circ pump 1 Thermal oil circ pump 2 Thermal oil circ pump press Thermal oil circ pump flow Thermal oil temp inlet airc 1/2 Thermal oil temp outlet airc 1/2 Thermal oil supply line press Thermal oil supply line temp Thermal oil return line temp Thermal oil supply line flow Thermal oil bypass line flow

L=--L=---

H=--H=---

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

V10704 G10700 G10701 T10702 T10703 T10704

% ton/h ton/h degC degC dgrC

Thermal oil flow valve HFO serv tank Thermal oil flow inlet HFO serv tank Thermal oil flow bypass HFO serv tank Thermal oil temp inlet HFO serv tank Thermal oil temp outlet HFO serv tank Thermal oil temp setp. HFO serv tank

V10754 G10750 G10751 T10752 T10753 T10754

% ton/h ton/h degC degC dgrC

Thermal oil flow valve DO serv tank Thermal oil flow inlet DO serv tank Thermal oil flow bypass DO serv tank Thermal oil temp inlet DO serv tank Thermal oil temp outlet DO serv tank Thermal oil temp setp. DO serv tank

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

V10714 G10710 G10711 T10712 T10713 T10714

% ton/h ton/h degC degC dgrC

Thermal oil flow valve HFO settl tank 1 Thermal oil flow inlet HFO settl tank 1 Thermal oil flow bypass HFO settl tank 1 Thermal oil temp inlet HFO settl tank 1 Thermal oil temp outlet HFO settl tank 1 Thermal oil temp setp. HFO settl tank 1

V10724 G10720 G10721 T10722 T10723 T10724

% ton/h ton/h degC degC dgrC

Thermal oil flow valve HFO settl tank 2 Thermal oil flow inlet HFO settl tank 2 Thermal oil flow bypass HFO settl tank 2 Thermal oil temp inlet HFO settl tank 2 Thermal oil temp outlet HFO settl tank 2 Thermal oil temp setp. HFO settl tank 2

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2.191 Page:6503 MD65** WASTE HEAT RECOVERY BUNKER TANK HEATING


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

V10734 G10730 G10731 T10732 T10733 T10734

% ton/h ton/h degC degC dgrC

Thermal oil flow valve aft bunker tank Thermal oil flow inlet aft bunker tank Thermal oil flow bypass aft bunker tank Thermal oil temp inlet aft bunker tank Thermal oil temp outlet aft bunker tank Thermal oil temp setp. aft bunker tank

V10744 G10740 G10741 T10742 T10743 T10744

% ton/h ton/h degC degC dgrC

Thermal oil flow valve fore bunker tank Thermal oil flow inlet fore bunker tank Thermal oil flow bypass fore bunker tank Thermal oil temp inlet fore bunker tank Thermal oil temp outlet fore bunker tank Thermal oil temp setp. fore bunker tank

2.192 Page:6510 MD65** WASTE HEAT RECOVERY TO COOLER


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

X10780 Z10780 T10780 C10781 C10782 C10783 C10784 V10781 G10780 G10781

<0-1> % dgrC %/dgrC sec sec <0-10> % ton/h ton/h

TO cooler temp contr auto switch TO cooler temp contr manual output TO cooler temp contr set point TO cooler temp contr TO cooler temp contr TO cooler temp contr TO cooler temp contr gain integration time derivation time derivation range

Thermal oil cooler bypass valve Thermal oil cooler inlet flow Thermal oil cooler bypass flow

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

X10676 V10675 T10675 C10676 C10677 G10671 G10672

<0-1> % degC %/degC % ton/h ton/h

Thermal oil supply line recirc valve auto Thermal oil supply line recirc valve pos Thermal oil supply line recirc set point Thermal oil supply line recirc gain Thermal oil supply line recirc bias Thermal oil supply line flow Thermal oil bypass line flow

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: T10663 degC Thermal oil temp inlet airc 1/2

V10764 G10763 T10762 T10760 T10761

<0-1> ton/h degC degC degC

WHR airc 1 THO shut off valve WHR airc 1 THO inlet flow WHR airc 1 THO outlet temp WHR airc 1 air inlet temp WHR airc 1 air outlet temp

V10774 G10773 T10772 T10770 T10771

<0-1> ton/h degC degC degC

WHR airc 2 THO shut off valve WHR airc 2 THO inlet flow WHR airc 2 THO outlet temp WHR airc 2 air inlet temp WHR airc 2 air outlet temp

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

Z10766 Z10776 H10765 H10775

% % kW kW

WHR airc 1 temp efficiency WHR airc 2 temp efficiency WHR airc 1 transferred heat WHR airc 2 transferred heat

H10706 H10716 H10726 H10736 H10746 H10756 H10780

kW kW kW kW kW kW kW

Thermal oil heat to HFO serv tank Thermal oil heat to HFO settl tank 1 Thermal oil heat to HFO settl tank 2 Thermal oil heat to aft bunker tanks Thermal oil heat to fore bunker tank Thermal oil heat to DO serv tank Thermal oil heat to cooler

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A: R09508 B: R09509 C: D: X09540 E: X09542 F: G: P09582 H: P09583 I: P09584 LIMIT J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: <0-1> <0-1> <0-2> <0-1> bar bar bar HYDROPHORE PUMP 1 HYDROPHORE PUMP 2 HYDROPHORE PUMPS AUTO/MAN HYDROPHORE PUMPS MASTER SEL (0=cycl,...) HYDROPHORE PUMPS START LIMIT HYDROPHORE PUMPS STOP LIMIT HYDROPHORE PUMPS MASTER CHANGEOVER

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: L09512 T09513 P09511 G09510 G09537 V09514 V09515 G09545 V09596 G09544 V09516 P09546 G09543 % dgrC bar ton/h ton/h <0-1> <0-1> kg/h <0-1> kg/h <0-1> bar kg/h L=20.0 H=90.0 L=2.2 H=5.5 HYDROPHORE TANK LEVEL HYDROPHORE TANK TEMPERATURE HYDROPHORE TANK PRESSURE HYDROPHORE TANK INLET FLOW HYDROPHORE TANK OUTLET FLOW HYDROPHORE TANK OUTLET VALVE HYDROPHORE TANK SAFETY VALVE HYDROPHORE TANK SAFETY VALVE AIR FLOW HYDROPHORE TANK AIR VENT VALVE HYDROPHORE TANK VENT AIR FLOW HYDROPHORE TANK AIR SHUT OFF VALVE HYDROPHORE TANK AIR RED VALVE PRESS SETP HYDROPHORE TANK MAKE UP AIR FLOW

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A: P09580 B: P09581 C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: bar bar HYDROPHORE TANK SAFETY VALVE OPEN LIMIT HYDROPHORE TANK SAFETY VALVE CLOSE LIMIT

2.200 Page:6703 MD67** FRESH W SANITARY - HOT WATER TANK


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: P09524 T09525 V09520 P09597 bar dgrC <0-1> bar L=0.5 H=4.0 L=40.0 H=90.0 HOT WATER TANK PRESSURE HOT WATER TANK TEMPERATURE HOT WATER TANK INLET SHUT OFF VALVE HOT WATER RED VALVE PRESSURE SET POINT

G09539 V09523 R09526 G09551 G09527 V09522 P09587 G09572 G09573

ton/h <0-1> <0-1> ton/h ton/h <0-1> bar ton/h ton/h

HOT WATER TANK INLET FLOW HOT WATER TANK OUTLET SHUT OFF VALVE HOT WATER RECIRC PUMP HOT WATER CONSUME HOT WATER RECIRC TANK INLET FLOW HOT WATER TANK SAFETY VALVE HOT WATER TANK SAFETY VALVE OPEN LIMIT SANITARY HOT WATER CONSUME (const) SANITARY HOT WATER CONSUME (random)

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X09531 E09530 X09550 T09585 T09586 <0-1> kW <0-1> dgrC dgrC HOT WATER TANK EL HEATER ON/OFF HOT WATER TANK EL HEATER POWER HOT WATER TANK EL HEATER SWITCH HOT WATER TANK THERMO SWITCH ON LIMIT HOT WATER TANK THERMO SWITCH OFF LIMIT

V09553 V09528 G09529 T09591 C09590 C09592

<0-1> % ton/h degC %/degC %

HOT WATER TANK STEAM SHUT OFF VALVE HOT WATER TANK STEAM CONTROL VALVE HOT WATER TANK STEAM FLOW HOT WATER TANK STEAM CONTR. SET POINT HOT WATER TANK STEAM CONTR. GAIN HOT WATER TANK STEAM CONTR. BIAS

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: V09518 G09519 V09532 P09598 <0-1> ton/h <0-1> bar COLD WATER CONSUMERS SHUT OFF VALVE COLD WATER FLOW TO CONSUMERS DRINKING WATER INLET SHUT OFF VALVE DRINKING WATER RED VALVE PRESS SET POINT

P09534 G09538 G09536 V09552 G09570 G09571 G09572 G09573 G09574 G09575

bar ton/h ton/h <0-1> ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h

L=0.5

H=4.0

DRINKING WATER TANK PRESSURE DRINKING WATER INLET POTABILIZER FLOW DRINKING WATER TANK OUTLET FLOW (consume) DRINKING WATER OUTLET SHUT OFF VALVE SANITARY COLD WATER CONSUME (const) SANITARY COLD WATER CONSUME (random) SANITARY HOT WATER CONSUME (const) SANITARY HOT WATER CONSUME (random) SANITARY DRINKING WATER CONSUME (const) SANITARY DRINKING WATER CONSUME (random)

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: V06140 F06141 V06144 F06145 E06000 X06010 X06011 E06020 X06030 X06031 E06040 X06050 X06051 E06060 X06070 X06071 Volt Hz Volt Hz kW <0-1> <0-1> kW <0-1> <0-1> kW <0-1> <0-1> kW <0-1> <0-1> L=410.0 H=460.0 L=56.0 H=64.0 L=410.0 H=460.0 L=56.0 H=64.0 L=--H=780.0 Main bus bar 1 voltage Main bus bar 1 frequency Main bus bar 2 voltage Main bus bar 2 frequency DG 1 active load DG 1 raise speed command DG 1 lower speed command DG 2 active load DG 2 raise speed command DG 2 lower speed command TG active load TG raise speed command TG lower speed command H=780.0SG active load SG raise speed command SG lower speed command

L=---

H=780.0

L=---

H=780.0

L=-780.0

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2.205 Page:7001 MD70** ELECTRIC POWER PLANT DG 1


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: V06140 F06141 X06014 X06013 X06010 X06011 E06000 E06001 I06003 V06002 F06004 Volt Hz <0-6> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> kW kVAr A Volt Hz L=--L=--H=780.0 L=410.0 H=460.0 L=56.0 H=64.0 L=--H=1.0 Main bus bar 1 voltage Main bus bar 1 frequency DG 1 circuit breaker trip DG 1 circuit breaker DG 1 raise speed command DG 1 lower speed command DG 1 DG 1 H=1100.0 DG 1 DG 1 DG 1 active load reactive load current voltage frequency

X06016 Z06017 I06015

<0-1> % A

DG 1 magnetization switch DG 1 magnetization setting DG 1 magnetization current

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: V06140 F06141 X06034 X06033 X06030 X06031 E06020 E06021 I06023 V06022 F06024 Volt Hz <0-6> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> kW kVAr A Volt Hz L=--L=--H=780.0 L=410.0 H=460.0 L=56.0 H=64.0 L=--H=1.0 Main bus bar 1 voltage Main bus bar 1 frequency DG 2 circuit breaker trip DG 2 circuit breaker DG 2 raise speed command DG 2 lower speed command DG 2 DG 2 H=1100.0 DG 2 DG 2 DG 2 active load reactive current voltage frequency

X06036 Z06037 I06035

<0-1> % A

DG 2 magnetization switch DG 2 magnetization setting DG 2 magnetization current

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: V06140 F06141 X06054 X06053 X06050 X06051 E06040 E06041 I06043 V06042 F06044 Volt Hz <0-6> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> kW kVAr A Volt Hz L=--L=--H=780.0 L=410.0 H=460.0 L=56.0 H=64.0 L=--H=1.0 Main bus bar 1 voltage Main bus bar 1 frequency TG circuit breaker trip TG circuit breaker TG raise speed command TG lower speed command TG TG H=1100.0 TG TG TG active load reactive load current voltage frequency

X06056 Z06057 I06055

<0-1> % A

TG magnetization switch TG magnetization setting TG magnetization current

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: V06144 F06145 X06074 X06073 X06070 X06071 E06060 E06061 I06063 V06062 F06064 Volt Hz L=410.0 H=460.0 L=56.0 H=64.0 H=1.0 Main bus bar 2 voltage Main bus bar 2 frequency SG circuit breaker trip SG circuit breaker SG raise speed command SG lower speed command L=-780.0 H=780.0 L=--SG SG H=1100.0 SG SG SG active load reactive load current voltage frequency

<0-6> L=--<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> kW kVAr A Volt Hz

X06076 Z06077 I06075

<0-1> % A

SG magnetization switch SG magnetization setting SG magnetization current

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X06901 X06904 X06902 X06903 X06909 F06905 F06906 F06907 F06908 V06910 V06911 V06912 V06913

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> sec Hz Hz Hz Hz Volt Volt Volt Volt

Semiauto gen. select Semiauto ready light Semiauto connect command Semiauto disconnect command Semiauto synchro time limit Semiauto ready low freq limit Semiauto ready high freq limit Semiauto conn. low freq limit Semiauto conn. high freq limit Semiauto ready low voltage limit Semiauto ready high voltage limit Semiauto ready diff volt lim - Below Semiauto ready diff volt lim - Over

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X06133 R06132 X06134 F06137 E06130 V06136 I06138 X06160 X06161 X06162 X06167 E06163 I06179 X06166 E06156 C06162 <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> Hz kW Volt A <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> kW A <0-2> kW <0-2> L=-100.0 H=800.0 L=--H=1.0 Emergency generator auto Emergency generator start Emergency generator circuit breaker Em.gen frequency Emergency generator power Em.gen voltage Em.gen current Shore connection circuit breaker Shore connection cable Shore connection phase wrong way Shore connection phase twist (input) Shore connection power Shore connection current Shore connection trip Shore connection power limit (high) Shore cable phase: right/random/wrong

L=--L=---

H=200.0 H=280.0

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X07032 E06153 E06154 E06155 C06151 C06152 X06150 X06147 X06168 X06169 X06180 X06181 X06182 X06183 X06187 X06188 X06189 X06171 Z06170 F06172 <0-1> kW kW kW kW kW <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> % Hz Electric isolation Bus bar 1 load (DG) at isolation Bus bar 2 load (SG) at isolation Bus bar 3 load (EG) at isolation Electric base load - S1 Electric base load - S2 Bus bar 1/2 connection (DG/SG) Bus bar 1/3 connection None ess. bus circuit breaker Lighting bus circuit breaker Lighting trans 1 inlet switch Lighting trans 1 outlet switch Lighting trans 2 inlet switch Lighting trans 2 outlet switch Accom lighting switch Deck lighting switch ER lighting switch Static converter active switch Static converter set point Static converter frequency

2.212 Page:7008 MD70** ELECTRIC POWER PLANT CIRCUIT BREAKERS


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X06200 X06201 X06206 X06207 X06210 X06211 X06202 X06203 X06204 X06205 X06214 X06215 X06216 X06217 X06212 X06213 <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> Circuit breaker - Deck cranes Circuit breaker - Bow thruster Circuit breaker - Main HTFW pump 1 Circuit breaker - Main HTFW pump 2 Circuit breaker - Main LTFW pump 1 Circuit breaker - Main LTFW pump 2 Circuit breaker - Main SW pump 1 Circuit breaker - Main SW pump 2 Circuit breaker - Main LO pump 1 Circuit breaker - Main LO pump 2 Circuit breaker - FO booster pump 1 Circuit breaker - FO booster pump 2 Circuit breaker - FO supply pump 1 Circuit breaker - FO supply pump 2 Circuit breaker - Aux feedw pump Circuit breaker - Comb air fan

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2.213 Page:7010 MD70** POWER CHIEF GENERATOR LOGIC (1)


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X06220 X06222 X06221 X06223 X06254 X06224 X06226 X06225 X06227 X06255 <0-2> <0-3> <0-2> <0-8> <0-7> <0-2> <0-3> <0-2> <0-8> <0-7> L=--H=2.0 DG 1 DG 1 DG 1 DG 1 DG 1 DG 2 DG 2 DG 2 DG 2 DG 2 auto control priority ready connect state (indication) driver state (indication) auto control priority ready connect state (indication) driver state (indication)

L=---

H=2.0

X06244 X06245 X06246 X06247 X06250

<0-1> <0-3> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

Pchief control mode (1=push buttons) Pchief control mode (1,2,3)=(e,o,c) Pchief control mode (1=freq ) Pchief S/S request Pchief none ess load trip

L=---

H=1.0

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X06230 X06232 X06231 X06233 X06256 X06234 X06236 X06235 X06237 X06257 X10412 X10436 E10437 E10440 E10441 C10442 <0-2> <0-3> <0-2> <0-8> <0-1> <0-2> <0-3> <0-2> <0-8> <0-7> <0-1> <0-1> kW kW kW kW L=--H=2.0 TG TG TG TG TG SG SG SG SG SG auto control priority ready connect state (indication) driver state (indication) auto control priority ready connect state (indication) driver state (indication)

L=---

H=2.0

Pchief control state (0=slow , 1=fast) Pchief high power (warning)

Pchief total power available Pchief total power used Pchief total power reserve Pchief total power reserve limit

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C10410 C10411 C10450 C10451 C10452 C10453 C10454 I38101 I38102 I38103 I38104

min min kW bara bara % Hz A A A A

Pchief gen max idle run time Pchief gen load cycle period Pchief max TG load Pchief high TG steam press Pchief low TG steam press Pchief low TG steam valve pos Pchief low TG freq. (start req.) Pchief none ess load trip limit - DG1 Pchief none ess load trip limit - DG2 Pchief none ess load trip limit - TG Pchief none ess load trip limit - SG

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C10423 C10424 C10425 C10426 C10427 C10430 C10431 C10433 C10432 C10434

kW kW kW kW kW kW kW kW kW kW

Pchief high slave load Pchief low slave load Pchief high group load (equal) Pchief low group load (equal) Pchief high group load (optim) Pchief low group load (optim) Pchief high singl load (equal) Pchief low singl load (equal) Pchief high singl load (optim) Pchief low singl load (optim)

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X10203 X10204 X10205 X10206 X10207 X10210 X10200 X10201 X10202 X10217 X10220 X10221 X10222 X10223 X10224 <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> Main LTFW pump auto Main LTFW pump 1 S/S Main LTFW pump 2 S/S Main HTFW pump auto Main HTFW pump 1 S/S Main HTFW pump 2 S/S Main SW pump auto Main SW pump 1 S/S Main SW pump 2 S/S Main LO pump auto Main LO pump 1 S/S Main LO pump 2 S/S Camshaft LO pump auto Camshaft LO pump 1 S/S Camshaft LO pump 2 S/S

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X10211 X10212 X10213 X10214 X10215 X10216 X10230 X10231 X10232 X10233 X10234 X10235 X10236 X10237 X10240 <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> FO booster pump auto FO booster pump 1 S/S FO booster pump 2 S/S FO supply pump auto FO supply pump 1 S/S FO supply pump 2 S/S ME auxil blower auto ME auxil blower 1 S/S ME auxil blower 2 S/S Prop servo LO pump auto Prop servo LO pump 1 S/S Prop servo LO pump 2 S/S Steering gear pump auto Steering gear pump 1 S/S Steering gear pump 2 S/S

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: Start air compr 1 auto Start air compr 1 S/S Start air compr 2 auto Start air compr 2 S/S Serv air compr Serv air compr auto S/S

X10241 X10242 X10243 X10244 X10245 X10246

<0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2>

X10225 X10226 X10227

<0-2> <0-2> <0-2>

Thermal oil pump auto Thermal oil pump 1 S/S Thermal oil pump 2 S/S

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: P10301 P10302 P10300 P10305 P10306 P10303 P10304 P10312 P10313 P10307 P10310 P10311 P10314 P10315 P10316 P10317 bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar bar Main LTFW pump start lim (P01001-p01000) Main HTFW pump start lim (P01004-p01003) Main SW pump start lim (P00604-p00603) Main LO pump start limit (P01300) Camshaft LO pump start limit (P01440) FO booster pump start limit (P00023) FO supply pump start limit (P00024) Prop servo LO pump start limit (P03700) Steering gear pump start limit (P06275) Thermal oil pump start limit (P10667) ME auxil blower ME auxil blower Start air compr Start air compr Serv air compr Serv air compr start limit (P01600) stop limit (P01600) start limit (P04302) stop limit (P04302) start limit (P04306) stop limit (P04306)

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X10331 X10332 X10330 X10333 X10334 X10335 X10336 X10341 X10342

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

Main LTFW pump auto-cycle Main HTFW pump auto-cycle Main SW pump auto-cycle FO booster pump auto-cycle FO supply pump auto-cycle Main LO pump auto-cycle Camshaft LO pump auto-cycle Prop servo LO pump auto-cycle Steering gear pump auto-cycle

C10357

min

Pump auto-cycle time interval

C10353 C10354 C10355

sec sec sec

Time delay fast black-out group Time delay medi black-out group Time delay slow black-out group

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A: B: C: D: E: C10401 F: C10402 G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

min min

LO purif auto shooting interval DO purif auto shooting interval

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2.224 Page:7100 MD71** DIESELGENERATOR 1 MAIN VARIABLES


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X03160 X03157 X03156 N03100 Q03101 E03102 X03103 N03056 G03052 P03053 T03057 T03060 T03050 T03051 T03081 T03082 T03083 T03084 T03085 T03086 <0-6> <0-1> <0-1> rpm % kW % krpm kg/h bar degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC L=--DG 1 trip indication DG 1 start / stop DG 1 running handle pos (1=local) H=1400.0 DG 1 speed DG 1 shaft torque (indicated) DG 1 shaft power DG 1 fuel link pos DG 1 TBCH speed DG 1 TBCH air flow DG 1 TBCH air pressure H=610.0 DG 1 exhaust temp inlet TBCH H=520.0 DG 1 exhaust temp outlet TBCH DG 1 air temp outlet TBCH H=90.0 DG 1 air temp outlet airc H=610.0 DG 1 exhaust temp cyl 1 H=610.0 DG 1 exhaust temp cyl 2 H=610.0 DG 1 exhaust temp cyl 3 H=610.0 DG 1 exhaust temp cyl 4 H=610.0 DG 1 exhaust temp cyl 5 H=610.0 DG 1 exhaust temp cyl 6 H=1.0

L=---

L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=---

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: T03020 T03091 T03092 T03093 T03094 T03095 T03096 T03017 T03016 T03015 T03014 P03010 P03011 P03012 P03013 G03024 G03022 G03023 L03026 G03025 degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC bar bar bar bar ton/h ton/h ton/h % ton/h L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--H=85.0 H=85.0 H=85.0 H=85.0 H=85.0 H=85.0 H=85.0 DG 1 FW temp outlet DG DG 1 FW temp outlet cyl 1 DG 1 FW temp outlet cyl 2 DG 1 FW temp outlet cyl 3 DG 1 FW temp outlet cyl 4 DG 1 FW temp outlet cyl 5 DG 1 FW temp outlet cyl 6 DG 1 FW temp inlet DG DG 1 FW temp inlet airc DG 1 FW temp inlet LOC DG 1 FW temp outlet FWC DG 1 FW press outlet pump DG 1 FW press outlet LOC DG 1 FW press inlet DG DG 1 FW press outlet DG DG 1 FW flow inlet DG DG 1 FW flow inlet FWC DG 1 FW flow bypass FWC DG 1 FW exp tank level DG 1 FW exp tank make-up flow

L=0.7

H=---

L=30.0 H=90.0

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: R03154 X03155 X03181 X03182 L03045 T03036 T03037 P03030 P03031 P03032 G03042 V03144 V03145 P03033 V03141 G03043 V03142 G03044 <0-1> <0-1> sec sec % degC degC bar bar bar ton/h <0-1> <0-1> bar <0-1> ton/h <0-1> ton/h DG 1 LO priming pump DG 1 LO priming pump auto DG 1 LO priming pump off-time DG 1 LO priming pump on-time DG 1 LO sump level DG 1 LO temp in sump DG 1 LO temp inlet DG DG 1 LO press inlet LOC DG 1 LO press inlet filter DG 1 LO press inlet DG DG 1 LO flow inlet LOC DG 1 LO filter 1 DG 1 LO filter 2 DG 1 LO filter diff press DG 1 LO make-up valve DG 1 LO make-up flow DG 1 LO dump valve (to spill tank) DG 1 LO dump flow (to spill)

L=30.0 H=90.0 L=--H=75.0

L=1.4

H=---

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

P03064 P03065 G03072 G03070 G03071 V03150 V03151 V03152 P03066

bar bar kg/h kg/h kg/h <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> bar

DG 1 FO press outlet pump DG 1 FO press inlet DG DG 1 FO flow inlet DG DG 1 FO flow from serv tank DG 1 FO flow return serv tank DG 1 FO shut off valve DG 1 FO filter 1 DG 1 FO filter 2 DG 1 FO filter diff press

L=---

H=1.0

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

P03000 P03001 G03003 T03004 T03002 V03005 V03006

bar bar ton/h degC degC <0-1> <0-1>

DG 1 SW press inlet FWC DG 1 SW press outlet FWC DG 1 SW flow DG 1 SW temp inlet FWC DG 1 SW temp outlet FWC DG 1 SW inlet valve DG 1 SW outlet valve

P03007

bar

DG 1 FWC SW diff press

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2.229 Page:7105 MD71** DIESELGENERATOR 1 ENGINE PROTECTION


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

C13001 C13002 C13003 C13004 C13005

rpm bar degC degC degC

DG 1 trip limit - Overspeed DG 1 trip limit - LO press DG 1 trip limit - LO temp DG 1 trip limit - FW temp DG 1 trip limit - Exhaust temp

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

X03103 N03100 E03102 Q03101

% rpm kW % L=---

DG 1 fuel link pos H=1400.0 DG 1 speed DG 1 shaft power DG 1 shaft torque (indicated)

C03163

DG 1 speed contr max output limit

N03161 C03162 C03164 C03166

rpm %/% % %/sec

DG 1 speed contr set point DG 1 speed contr gain DG 1 speed contr droop setting DG 1 speed contr sp incr constant

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

T03020 T03017 V03120 G03022 G03023 E03102

degC degC % ton/h ton/h kW

L=---

H=85.0

DG 1 FW temp outlet DG DG 1 FW temp inlet DG DG 1 FW temp contr pos DG 1 FW flow inlet FWC DG 1 FW flow bypass FWC DG 1 shaft power

T03121 C03122 C03123

degC %/degC %

DG 1 FW temp contr set point DG 1 FW temp contr gain DG 1 FW temp contr bias

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X03360 X03357 X03356 N03300 Q03301 E03302 X03303 N03256 G03252 P03253 T03257 T03260 T03250 T03251 T03281 T03282 T03283 T03284 T03285 T03286 <0-6> <0-1> <0-1> rpm % kW % krpm kg/h bar degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC L=--DG 2 trip indication DG 2 start / stop DG 2 running handle pos (1=local) H=1400.0 DG 2 speed DG 2 shaft torque (indicated) DG 2 shaft power DG 2 fuel link pos DG 2 TBCH speed DG 2 TBCH air flow DG 2 TBCH air pressure H=610.0 DG 2 exhaust temp inlet TBCH H=520.0 DG 2 exhaust temp outlet TBCH DG 2 air temp outlet TBCH H=90.0 DG 2 air temp outlet airc H=610.0 DG 2 exhaust temp cyl 1 H=610.0 DG 2 exhaust temp cyl 2 H=610.0 DG 2 exhaust temp cyl 3 H=610.0 DG 2 exhaust temp cyl 4 H=610.0 DG 2 exhaust temp cyl 5 H=610.0 DG 2 exhaust temp cyl 6 H=1.0

L=---

L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=---

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: T03220 T03291 T03292 T03293 T03294 T03295 T03296 T03217 T03216 T03215 T03214 P03210 P03211 P03212 P03213 G03224 G03222 G03223 L03226 G03225 degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC degC bar bar bar bar ton/h ton/h ton/h % ton/h L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--H=85.0 H=85.0 H=85.0 H=85.0 H=85.0 H=85.0 H=85.0 DG 2 FW temp outlet DG DG 2 FW temp outlet cyl 1 DG 2 FW temp outlet cyl 2 DG 2 FW temp outlet cyl 3 DG 2 FW temp outlet cyl 4 DG 2 FW temp outlet cyl 5 DG 2 FW temp outlet cyl 6 DG 2 FW temp inlet DG DG 2 FW temp inlet airc DG 2 FW temp inlet LOC DG 2 FW temp outlet FWC DG 2 FW press outlet pump DG 2 FW press outlet LOC DG 2 FW press inlet DG DG 2 FW press outlet DG DG 2 FW flow inlet DG DG 2 FW flow inlet FWC DG 2 FW flow bypass FWC DG 2 FW exp tank level DG 2 FW exp tank make-up flow

L=0.7

H=---

L=30.0 H=90.0

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2.235 Page:7202 MD72** DIESELGENERATOR 2 - LO SYSTEM


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: R03354 X03355 X03281 X03282 L03245 T03236 T03237 P03230 P03231 P03232 G03242 V03344 V03345 P03233 V03341 G03243 V03342 G03244 <0-1> <0-1> sec sec % degC degC bar bar bar ton/h <0-1> <0-1> bar <0-1> ton/h <0-1> ton/h DG 2 LO priming pump DG 2 LO priming pump auto DG 2 LO priming pump off-time DG 2 LO priming pump on-time DG 2 LO sump level DG 2 LO temp in sump DG 2 LO temp inlet DG DG 2 LO press inlet LOC DG 2 LO press inlet filter DG 2 LO press inlet DG DG 2 LO flow inlet LOC DG 2 LO filter 1 DG 2 LO filter 2 DG 2 LO filter diff press DG 2 LO make-up valve DG 2 LO make-up flow DG 2 LO dump valve (to spill tank) DG 2 LO dump flow (to spill)

L=30.0 H=90.0 L=--H=75.0

L=1.4

H=---

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

P03264 P03265 G03272 G03270 G03271 V03350 V03351 V03352 P03266

bar bar kg/h kg/h kg/h <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> bar

DG 2 FO press outlet pump DG 2 FO press inlet DG DG 2 FO flow inlet DG DG 2 FO flow from serv tank DG 2 FO flow return serv tank DG 2 FO shut off valve DG 2 FO filter 1 DG 2 FO filter 2 DG 2 FO filter diff press

L=---

H=1.0

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2.237 Page:7204 MD72** DIESELGENERATOR 2 - SW SYSTEM


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

P03200 P03201 G03203 T03204 T03202 V03205 V03206

bar bar ton/h degC degC <0-1> <0-1>

DG 2 SW press inlet FWC DG 2 SW press outlet FWC DG 2 SW flow DG 2 SW temp inlet FWC DG 2 SW temp outlet FWC DG 2 SW inlet valve DG 2 SW outlet valve

P03207

bar

DG 2 FWC SW diff press

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

C13201 C13202 C13203 C13204 C13205

rpm bar degC degC degC

DG 2 trip limit - Overspeed DG 2 trip limit - LO press DG 2 trip limit - LO temp DG 2 trip limit - FW temp DG 2 trip limit - Exhaust temp

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2.239 Page:7210 MD72** DIESELGENERATOR 2 SPEED CONTROLLER


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

X03303 N03300 E03302 Q03301

% rpm kW % L=---

DG 2 fuel link pos H=1400.0 DG 2 speed DG 2 shaft power DG 2 shaft torque (indicated)

C03363

DG 2 speed contr max output limit

N03361 C03362 C03364 C03366

rpm %/% % %/sec

DG 2 speed contr set point DG 2 speed contr gain DG 2 speed contr droop setting DG 2 speed contr sp incr constant

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

T03220 T03217 V03320 G03222 G03223 E03302

degC degC % ton/h ton/h kW

L=---

H=85.0

DG 2 FW temp outlet DG DG 2 FW temp inlet DG DG 2 FW temp contr pos DG 2 FW flow inlet FWC DG 2 FW flow bypass FWC DG 2 shaft power

T03321 C03322 C03323

degC %/degC %

DG 2 FW temp contr set point DG 2 FW temp contr gain DG 2 FW temp contr bias

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

2.242 Page:7300 MD73** SHAFTGENERATOR - PTI / PTO (1)


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X04531 X04533 X04532 X04534 <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> SG clutch position SG clutch command ( 1 = in/out ) SG clutch control local SG clutch control ready (local)

V04530 N06961

<0-1> rpm

SG control air shut off valve SG synch. condenser speed

E04570 N04566

kW rpm

SG input shaft power SG input shaft speed

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X06840 X06951 X06952 X06941 X06942 E06943 E06944 E10437 E10440 E10443 E10441 X06963 X06964 X06971 X06972 X06973 <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> kW kW kW kW kW kW <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> L=--L=--L=--H=--H=--H=--SG PTI shaft gen / motor mode SG PTI / PTO start SG PTI / PTO stop SG PTI available mode SG PTI setting mode SG PTI setting mode power SG PTI power margin Pchief total power available Pchief total power used SG PTI power consumption Pchief total power reserve SG ready SG running PTO overload indication PTO ME speed low indication PTO reduced capacity indication

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A: B: C: X07043 D: E: N04575 F: G: N04566 H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

<0-1> rpm rpm

SG

isolation

SG drive speed at isolA SG input shaft speed

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A: B: E06981 C: D: E06944 E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

kW/s kW

SG PTI load incr step SG PTI power margin

2.246 Page:7330 MD73** SHAFTGENERATOR - MISC


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: E04570 N04566 kW rpm SG input shaft power SG input shaft speed

E02008

kW

ME PTI power (from SG)

E06060 E06061 I06063 V06062 F06064

kW kVAr A Volt Hz

L=-780.0 L=---

H=780.0SG active load SG reactive load H=1100.0 SG current SG voltage SG frequency

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2.248 Page:8000 MD80** STEAM PLANT - MAIN VARIABLES


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: P05023 T05024 P05001 L05003 G05002 G05063 G05061 G05062 G05324 T05323 P05416 L05417 P05421 G05424 T05420 bar degC bar mm ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h degC bar mm bar ton/h degC Main line steam pressure Main line steam temp Stgen steam pressure Stgen water level Stgen steam flow Steam to oil boiler / accom etc Steam to ME heaters / FO tanks etc Steam dump flow to condenser Steam flow outlet ex. boiler sh Steam temp outlet ex. boiler sh Boiler steam drum pressure Boiler steam drum level Boiler superheater steam press Boiler superheater steam flow Boiler superheater steam temp

L=7.0 H=15.0 L=-150.0 H=150.0

L=---

H=350.0

L=--H=50.0 L=-150.0 H=150.0

L=---

H=450.0

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2.249 Page:8001 MD80** STEAM PLANT - FEEDW SUPPLY


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: L05003 L05417 X05627 R05630 V05021 G05011 P05016 R05631 V05022 G05012 P05017 E05620 R05632 V05642 P05450 G05451 G05600 mm mm <0-1> <0-1> % ton/h bar <0-1> % ton/h bar kW <0-1> <0-1> bar ton/h ton/h L=-150.0 H=150.0 L=-150.0 H=150.0 L=--H=1.0 Stgen water level Boiler steam drum level Feedw pump trip indication Main Main Main Main feedw pump feedw valve pos feedw pump flow feedw pump pressure

Auxil feedw pump Auxil feedw valve pos Auxil feedw pump flow Auxil feedw pump pressure Auxil feedw pump power Primary make-up pump Primary feedw stop valve Primary feedw pump pressure Primary feedw flow Primary water drain flow

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: V05108 V05109 X05108 V05640 V05641 V05104 V05650 V05378 V05106 C05130 X05131 V05101 V05102 V05643 % % sec <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> bar sec <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> L=--H=1.0 Main steam line shut off valve - Setpoint Main steam line shut off valve Main steam line shut off valve - Open time Atomizing steam shut off valve Primary heater shut off valve Stgen water drain valve Primary water drain valve Main line steam drain valve Steam dump valve Steam dump valve man open press lim Steam dump valve man open time (seconds) Stgen safety valve Main line safety valve Boiler drum safety valve

L=--L=--L=---

H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0

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2.251 Page:8003 MD80** STEAM PLANT DRAIN/VENTING


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: V05651 V05103 V05652 V05374 G05371 G05606 G05110 G05605 V05118 V05618 G05119 G05619 Z05057 Z05060 G05602 G05162 <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h <0-1> <0-1> ton/h ton/h % % ton/h ton/h Prim steam drum vent valve Stgen vent valve Oil boiler sh vent/drain valve Ex. boiler sh vent/drain valve Vent flow - Ex. boiler sh Vent flow - Oil boiler sh Vent flow - Stgen steam drum Vent flow - Prim steam drum Stgen scum valve Prim steam drum scum valve Stgen scum flow Prim steam drum scum flow Oil boiler sh water content index Ex. boiler sh water content index Misc steam leakage Total feed water loss

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

L05150 T05160 R05161 G05151 G05152 G04706 G05014 G05600 G05200 G05201 T05202

m degC <0-1> ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h degC

L=1.0

H=2.8

Feed water tank level Feed water tank temp Feed water tank make-up pump Feed water tank make-up flow Feed water tank overflow Flow from vacuum condenser Stgen water drain flow Primary water drain flow Inspection tank inlet flow Inspection tank outlet flow Inspection tank temp

L=---

H=0.1

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

L05170 T05174

m degC

Distilled FW tank level Distilled FW tank temp

G05171 G05173

ton/h ton/h

Distilled FW make-up flow (from evap) Distilled FW consumption ( manual )

T05174 L05170 G05172

degC m ton/h

Distilled FW tank temp Distilled FW tank level Distilled FW tank overflow

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

V05106 C05120 C05121 V05643 C05644 C05645 V05101 C05122 C05123 V05102 C05124 C05125

<0-1> bar bar

L=---

H=1.0

Steam dump valve Steam dump valve open press Steam dump valve close press Boiler drum safety valve Boiler drum safety valve open press Boiler drum safety valve close press Stgen safety valve Stgen safety valve open press Stgen safety valve close press Main line safety valve Main line safety valve open press Main line safety valve close press

<0-1> L=--bara bara <0-1> bar bar <0-1> bar bar L=---

H=1.0

H=1.0

L=---

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2.255 Page:8007 MD80** STEAM PLANT ISOLATION


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

X07034 V05242 G05061 G05063 V05243 G05424

<0-1> % ton/h ton/h % ton/h

Steam isolation Saturated steam load isola valve Steam to ME heaters / FO tanks etc Steam to oil boiler / accom etc Superheated steam load isola valve Boiler superheater steam flow

X07036 V05240 G05324

<0-1> % ton/h

TG

isolation

Ex. boiler sh steam load isola valve Steam flow outlet ex. boiler sh

2.256 Page:8010 MD80** STEAM PLANT - LEVEL CONTROL (1)


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X05033 Z05034 L05030 L05031 Z05052 Z05032 L05003 G05002 G05013 V05021 G05011 P05016 V05022 G05012 P05017 <0-1> % mm mm % % mm ton/h ton/h % ton/h bar % ton/h bar L=-150.0 Stgen level contr auto switch Stgen level contr manual output Stgen level contr Stgen level contr Stgen level contr Stgen level contr set point input signal feedf signal output signal

H=150.0Stgen water level Stgen steam flow Stgen feedw flow (total) Main feedw valve pos Main feedw pump flow Main feedw pump pressure Auxil feedw valve pos Auxil feedw pump flow Auxil feedw pump pressure

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2.257 Page:8011 MD80** STEAM PLANT - LEVEL CONTROL (2)


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X05035 C05042 C05043 C05044 C05045 C05041 C05047 C05046 X05050 X05058 X05051 C05036 X05037 X05038 X05040 C05026 C05025 <0-1> %/mm sec sec <0-10> %/% sec sec <0-2> % <0-2> sec <0-2> % <0-2> % bar Stgen level contr hw PID select Stgen level contr Stgen level contr Stgen level contr Stgen level contr Stgen level contr gain integration time derivation time derivation range feedf constant

Stgen level contr sensor TC Stgen level contr main valve TC Stgen level contr main valve hyst type Stgen level contr main valve hyst value Stgen level contr main valve chara Stgen level contr auxil valve TC Stgen level contr aux valve hyst type Stgen level contr aux valve hyst value Stgen level contr aux valve chara Auxil feedw valve size (CV-value) Auxil feedw pump size (press const)

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2.259 Page:8100 MD81** EXHAUST BOILER - MAIN VARIABLES


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: G05301 T05302 G05306 G05307 T05314 T05315 T05316 T05317 T05320 T05325 T05322 G05326 ton/h degC ton/h ton/h degC degC degC degC degC degC degC ton/h Exhaust flow inlet ex. boiler Exhaust temp inlet ex. boiler Exhaust boiler inlet flow Exhaust boiler bypass flow Exhaust temp after sh Exhaust temp after evap 1 Exhaust temp after evap 2 Exhaust temp after economizer Exhaust temp after boiler (inlet stack) Feedw temp inlet economizer Feedw temp outlet economizer Feedw flow outlet economizer

L=---

H=300.0

T05323 G05324

degC ton/h

L=---

H=350.0

Steam temp outlet ex. boiler sh Steam flow outlet ex. boiler sh

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

R05380 R05381 G05382 X05383 X05384 G05385 G05386

<0-1> <0-1> ton/h <0-1> <0-1> ton/h ton/h L=30.0 H=---

Exh boiler water circ pump 1 Exh boiler water circ pump 2 Exh boiler water circ flow Exh boiler water circ pump 1 auto Exh boiler water circ pump 2 auto Exh boiler circ pump 1 autostart limit Exh boiler circ pump 2 autostart limit

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2.261 Page:8107 MD81** EXHAUST BOILER ISOLATION


A: B: X07035 C: D: E: F: C05303 G: C05304 H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

<0-1>

Ex boil isolation

ton/h degC

Exhaust flow inlet ex. boiler at isola Exhaust temp inlet ex. boiler at isola

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

X05351 Z05352 P05350 P05354 Z05355 V05310

<0-1> % bar bar % %

Ex. boiler contr auto switch Ex. boiler contr manual output Ex. boiler contr set point Ex. boiler contr input signal Ex. boiler contr output signal Exhaust damper position

P05001 G05306 G05307 T05302 G05002

bar ton/h ton/h degC ton/h

L=7.0

H=15.0

Stgen steam pressure Exhaust boiler inlet flow Exhaust boiler bypass flow Exhaust temp inlet ex. boiler Stgen steam flow

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

X05353

<0-1>

Ex. boiler contr hw PID select

C05356 C05357 C05360 C05361 C05363 C05362 X05364 X05368 X05365

%/bar sec sec <0-10> sec sec <0-2> % <0-2>

Ex. boiler contr gain Ex. boiler contr integration time Ex. boiler contr derivation time Ex. boiler contr derivation range Ex. boiler contr Ex. boiler contr Ex. boiler contr Ex. boiler contr Ex. boiler contr sensor TC valve TC valve hyst type valve hyst value valve charA

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

H05334

kW

Total heat transfer in ex. boiler

H05330 H05331 H05332 H05333

kW kW kW kW

Transfered heat - Exhaust sh Transfered heat - Evaporator sect 1 Transfered heat - Evaporator sect 2 Transfered heat - Economizer

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2.265 Page:8121 MD81** EXHAUST BOILER SOOTBLOWING


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T:

P05321 G05306 G05307 V05310 T05340 T05337 T05341 T05302 T05317

mmWC L=--ton/h ton/h % degC degC degC degC degC

H=300.0

Exhaust boiler pressure drop Exhaust boiler inlet flow Exhaust boiler bypass flow Exhaust damper position Exhaust boiler sh metal temp Exhaust boiler evap metal temp Exhaust boiler eco metal temp Exhaust temp inlet ex. boiler Exhaust temp after economizer

V05375 G05370

<0-1> kg/h

Ex. boiler sootblowing air valve Ex. boiler sootblowing air flow

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2.267 Page:8200 MD82** STEAM GENERATOR - MAIN VARIABLES


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: P05023 P05416 L05003 T05004 G05013 G05011 G05012 T05325 T05322 V05108 V05109 X05108 V05101 G05010 V05102 G05007 P05250 bar bar mm degC ton/h ton/h ton/h degC degC % % sec <0-1> ton/h <0-1> ton/h bar L=--L=--L=5.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 H=--Main line steam pressure Boiler steam drum pressure H=150.0Stgen water level Stgen water drum temp Stgen feedw flow (total) Main feedw pump flow Auxil feedw pump flow Feedw temp inlet economizer Feedw temp outlet economizer Main steam line shut off valve - Setpoint Main steam line shut off valve Main steam line shut off valve - Open time Stgen safety valve Stgen safety valve steam flow Main line safety valve Main line safety valve flow Purif steam supply press

L=--- H=50.0 L=-150.0

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: G05002 G05324 G05424 G05065 G05064 G05604 G05457 G05452 G05453 G00061 G00064 G00277 G00463 G00353 G04123 G04023 G04223 ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h Stgen steam flow Steam flow outlet ex. boiler sh Boiler superheater steam flow Accommodation steam flow Deck machinery steam flow Oil boiler sootblowing steam flow Primary water heating steam flow Atomizing steam flow Boiler HFO heater steam flow ME FO heater 1/2 steam flow ME FO steam tracing flow Bunker tanks heating steam flow Settling tanks heating steam flow Service tanks heating steam flow DO purif heater steam flow HFO sep 1 heater steam flow LO purif heater steam flow

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X07034

<0-1>

Steam isolation

C05241 P05251 P05250 P05247

bar bar bar bar L=5.0 H=---

Steam press to ME heaters at isolA Steam press to ME heaters Purif steam supply press Purif steam reduct valve press setpoint

X05526 X05525

<0-1> <0-1>

Stgen water level lock (for test) Stgen steam press lock (for test)

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2.271 Page:8300 MD83** OIL FIRED BOILER - MAIN VARIABLES


A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: P05416 L05417 P05023 T05024 P05421 T05420 G05424 G05414 G05415 G05431 T05454 T05465 T05410 T05411 T05412 Z05422 Z05423 bar mm bar degC bar degC ton/h ton/h ton/h ton/h degC degC degC degC degC q% % L=80.0 H=110.0 L=--H=50.0 L=-150.0 H=150.0 Boiler steam drum pressure Boiler steam drum level Main line steam pressure Main line steam temp Boiler superheater steam press Boiler superheater steam temp Boiler superheater steam flow Boiler FO flow (to burners) Boiler air flow Boiler flue gas flow Boiler HFO heater outlet temp Air temp inlet boiler Gas temp in boiler furnace Gas temp after steam gen bank Gas temp after boiler superheater Boiler flue gas oxygen content Boiler flue gas smoke content

L=---

H=450.0

L=0.5 L=---

H=21.0 H=80.0

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: G05424 G04740 G04741 ton/h ton/h ton/h Boiler superheater steam flow Cargo pump turb 1 steam flow Cargo pump turb 2 steam flow

T05420 T05443 T05442 T05441 T05440 V05643 G05425 T05430 V05641 G05457

degC degC degC degC degC <0-1> ton/h degC <0-1> ton/h

L=---

H=450.0

Boiler superheater steam temp Sh metal temp section 4 Sh metal temp section 3 Sh metal temp section 2 Sh metal temp section 1 Boiler drum safety valve Boiler drum safety valve flow Boiler drum water temp Primary heater shut off valve Primary water heating steam flow

L=--L=---

H=500.0 H=1.0

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H05403 H05401 H05402 H05404 H05405 H05406

MW MW MW MW MW MW

Heat in boiler fuel oil Furnace convection heat Furnace radiation heat Boiler steam gen heat Boiler superheater heat Boiler casing heat loss

V05712 G05604

<0-1> ton/h

Oil boiler sootblowing steam valve Oil boiler sootblowing steam flow

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: R05633 P05460 G05470 R05634 P05461 G05471 T05474 T05454 T05455 V05653 G05453 V05654 V05472 G05414 G05467 P05463 <0-1> bar ton/h <0-1> bar ton/h degC degC degC <0-1> ton/h <0-1> % ton/h ton/h bar Boiler HFO pump Boiler HFO pump pressure Boiler HFO pump flow Boiler DO pump Boiler DO pump pressure Boiler DO pump flow Boiler HFO heater inlet temp Boiler HFO heater outlet temp Boiler HFO heater temp set point Boiler HFO heater shut off valve Boiler HFO heater steam flow Boiler DO select valve (0=HFO) Boiler FO valve pos Boiler FO flow (to burners) Boiler FO recirc flow (to serv tank) FO press inlet burners

L=80.0 H=110.0

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R05635 E05622 Z05623 V05666 V05674

<0-1> kW % <0-1> <0-1>

Comb air fan Comb air fan power Comb air fan efficiency Burner 1 air register Burner 2 air register

V05473 G05415 P05462 T05465

% ton/h mmWC degC

Boiler air fan damper pos Boiler air flow Air pressure in wind box Air temp inlet boiler

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X05663 X05655 X05656 V05701 <0-7> <0-4> <0-4> <0-1> L=--L=--L=--H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 Boiler trip indication Burner 1 trip indication Burner 2 trip indication Boiler FO recirc valve

X05671 Z05662 X05670 X05661 Z05657 Z05660 V05664 V05672 V05666 V05674

<0-2> <0-1> <0-1> <0-2> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

Purge state ( p.req,p.compl,fire ) Purge start command Burner management ready Burner management auto Burner 1 on/off command Burner 2 on/off command Burner 1 Burner 2 Burner 1 Burner 2 FO valve FO valve air register air register

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X05702 V05640 P05445

<0-1> <0-1> bar L=3.7 H=---

Burner type select ( 1 = DO ) Atomizing steam shut off valve Atomizing steam pressure

V05665 V05673

<0-1> <0-1>

Burner 1 atomizing steam valve Burner 2 atomizing steam valve

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X05500 Z05501 P05503 P05504 Z05505 Z05507 Z05523 P05001 P05416 G05002 G05013 Z05422 Z05423 <0-1> % bar bar % % % bar bar ton/h ton/h % % L=0.5 L=--H=21.0 H=80.0 L=7.0 L=--H=15.0 H=50.0 Boiler master contr auto switch Boiler master contr manual output Boiler master press set point Boiler master input signal Boiler master output signal Boiler master press/steam FF signal Boiler master stgen x-over signal Stgen steam pressure Boiler steam drum pressure Stgen steam flow Stgen feedw flow (total) Boiler flue gas oxygen content Boiler flue gas smoke content

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X05531 Z05532 G05530 G05527 V05473 Z05422 P05462 <0-1> % ton/h ton/h % % mmWC L=0.5 H=21.0 Boiler air flow contr auto switch Boiler air flow contr manual output Boiler air flow contr set point Boiler air flow contr input signal Boiler air fan damper pos Boiler flue gas oxygen content Air pressure in wind box

C05533 C05534 C05535 C05536 C05537 X05540 X05548 X05541

%/% sec sec <0-10> sec <0-2> % <0-2>

Boiler air flow contr Boiler air flow contr Boiler air flow contr Boiler air flow contr Boiler air flow contr Boiler air flow contr Boiler air flow contr Boiler air flow contr

gain integr time deriv time deriv range valve TC valve hyst type valve hyst value valve charA

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X05570 Z05571 Z05574 Z05575 Z05422 Z05423 G05530 G05550 <0-1> % % % % % ton/h ton/h L=0.5 L=--H=21.0 H=80.0 Boiler oxygen contr auto switch Boiler oxygen contr manual output Boiler oxygen contr set point Boiler oxygen contr output signal Boiler flue gas oxygen content Boiler flue gas smoke content Boiler air flow contr set point Boiler FO flow contr set point

X05576

<0-1>

Boiler oxygen contr hw PID select

C05572 C05573

%/% sec

Boiler oxygen contr gain Boiler oxygen contr integr time

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X05502 C05512 C05513 C05514 C05515

<0-1> %/bar sec sec <0-10>

Boiler master contr hw PID select Boiler master contr gain Boiler master contr integration time Boiler master contr derivation time Boiler master contr derivation range

C05510 C05511 C05506 C05524 C05520

%/% %/bar sec %/% sec

Boiler master steam flow FF constant Boiler master prim press FF constant Boiler master FF impulse filter TC Boiler master stgen x-over constant Boiler master contr sensor TC

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C15713 C15714 C15715 C15722 C15703 C15704 C15705 C05706 C05707 C05716 C05717

bar bar sec sec bar bar sec sec sec degC bar

Burner 1 start press limit Burner 1 stop press limit Burner 1 blocking time Burner 1 stop delay time Burner 2 start press limit Burner 2 stop press limit Burner 2 blocking time Boiler purge time Boiler purge complete time Boiler ready : HFO temp Boiler ready : Steam press

X05720 X05721

<0-1> <0-1>

Perfect oil/air flow control High/low select logic active

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C25713 C25714 C25715 C25722 C25703 C25704 C25705 X05780

bar bar sec sec bar bar sec <0-1>

Burner 1 start press limit Burner 1 stop press limit Burner 1 blocking time Burner 1 stop delay time Burner 2 start press limit Burner 2 stop press limit Burner 2 blocking time Burner management high settings

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P04700 L04703 T04712 Z04711 G04713 G04704 G04705 P04701 G04702 R04721 R04722 R04720 R04723

bara mm degC ppm ton/h ton/h ton/h bara kg/h <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

L=--L=---

H=0.2 H=650.0

Condenser pressure Condenser hot well level Condensate temp outlet condenser Condensate salinity Total steam flow to condenser Aux condensate pump flow Main condensate pump flow Condenser air pressure Condenser vacuum pump air flow Main condensate pump Auxil condensate pump Condenser vacuum pump no 1 Condenser vacuum pump no 2

L=---

H=50.0

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H04732 G04713 T04712

MW ton/h degC

Steam condenser transfered heat Total steam flow to condenser Condensate temp outlet condenser

T04727 T04730 G04726

degC degC ton/h

L=---

H=36.0

Steam condenser SW inlet temp Steam condenser SW outlet temp Steam condenser SW flow

V04731

Steam condenser SW flow adjust valve

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X04651 <0-11> L=--H=1.0 TG trip indication

R04650 V04660 V04652 P04610 V04611 P04601 P04602 T04600 G04603

<0-1> <0-1> % bara % bara bara degC ton/h L=7.0 L=170.0 H=17.0 H=420.0

TG start / stop control oil system TG steam outlet shut off valve TG emerg stop valve TG steam control valve inlet press TG steam control valve pos Steam press inlet TG (supply line) Steam press outlet TG Steam temp inlet TG Steam flow inlet TG

N04613 Q04612 E04615

rpm % kW

L=---

H=7200.0 TG shaft speed TG shaft torque (internal) TG shaft power

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V04656 V04655 P04617

<0-1> <0-1> bar

L=0.1

H=0.2

TG sealing steam supply valve TG sealing steam outlet valve TG sealing steam pressure

V04657

<0-1>

TG steam line drain valve

Z04620 Z04621

% %

TG pipeline water index TG rotor heat index

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: V04661 G04623 T04624 T04625 P04630 P04640 G04637 X04653 R04654 L04631 T04632 Z04636 V04662 G04633 V04663 G04634 <0-1> ton/h degC degC bar bar ton/h <0-2> <0-1> % degC % <0-1> ton/h <0-1> ton/h L=30.0 L=--H=90.0 H=75.0 TG TG TG TG LOC coolw shut off valve LOC coolw flow LOC coolw inlet temp LOC coolw outlet temp

L=1.5

H=---

TG LO press after pumps TG LO press inlet bearings TG LO flow TG LO priming pump auto TG LO priming pump TG LO tank level TG LO tank temp TG LO tank water content index TG TG TG TG LO tank make-up valve LO tank make-up flow LO tank drain valve LO tank drain flow (to spill)

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X07036

<0-1>

TG

isolation

C04606 C04604 C04605

degC bara bara

Steam temp inlet TG at isolA Steam press inlet TG at isolA Steam press outlet TG at isolA

V05240

Ex. boiler sh steam load isola valve

G05324 T05323

ton/h degC

L=---

H=350.0

Steam flow outlet ex. boiler sh Steam temp outlet ex. boiler sh

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N04642 V04611 N04613 E04615 I06043

rpm % rpm kW A L=--L=---

TG speed contr set point TG steam control valve pos H=7200.0 TG shaft speed TG shaft power H=1100.0 TG current

C04643 C04644 C04645

%/% % %/sec

TG speed contr gain TG speed contr droop setting TG speed contr sp incr constant

C04647 C04646

<0-2> <0-2>

TG flow constant (turbine size ) TG exp. constant (thermodyn eff)

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X04676 P04673 V04674 C04675 V04611 P04601 P04664 V04667 P04666 G04665 V04672 P04671 G04670

<0-1> bara % %/bar % bara bara % bara ton/h % bara ton/h L=7.0 H=17.0

TG press reduction control active TG press reduction control sp TG press reduction control limit TG press reduction control gain TG steam control valve pos Steam press inlet TG (supply line) Steam pressure after 1. stage Nozzle segment 1 valve head pos Nozzle segment 1 steam pressure Nozzle segment 1 steam flow Nozzle segment 2 valve head pos Nozzle segment 2 steam pressure Nozzle segment 2 steam flow

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CARGO PUMP TURBINE 1

V05800 E05801 N05802 N05804 V05808 G05810 G05811 T05812 H05813 X05814 G05816 G05817 P05810

% kW rpm rpm % ton/h ton/h degC kcal/kg <0-1> ton/h ton/h bar

Cargo pump turbine 1 inlet stop valve Cargo pump turbine 1 power Cargo pump turbine 1 speed Cargo pump turbine 1 speed set point Cargo pump turbine 1 control valve pos Cargo pump turbine 1 steam supply flow Cargo pump turbine 1 steam outlet flow Cargo pump turbine 1 steam outlet temp Cargo pump turbine 1 steam outlet enth Cargo pump turbine 1 steam outlet qual Cargo pump turbine 1 steam to gland cond Cargo pump turbine 1 steam loss (to atm.) Cargo pump turbine 1 steam inlet press

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CARGO PUMP TURBINE 1

V05820 V05821 V05822 V05823 G05818 G05819 Z05825

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> ton/h ton/h %

Cargo pump turbine 1 exhaust shut off v Cargo pump turbine 1 supply line drain v Cargo pump turbine 1 casing drain valve Cargo pump turbine 1 gland steam valve Cargo pump turbine 1 casing drain Cargo pump turbine 1 steam line drain Cargo pump turbine 1 line water index

X05833 R05834

<0-5> <0-1>

L=---

H=1.0

Cargo pump turbine 1 trip Cargo pump turbine 1 run

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CARGO PUMP TURBINE 1

V05828 V05829 V05830 R05835 P05836 P05837 P05838 V05839 L05840 T05841

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> bar bar bar % degC

Cargo pump turbine 1 LO filter 1 Cargo pump turbine 1 LO filter 2 Cargo pump turbine 1 LO cooler SW valve Cargo pump turb 1 electric starting pump Cargo pump turb 1 LO pump discharge press Cargo pump turb 1 LO filter diff pressure Cargo pump turb 1 LO press inlet bearings Cargo pump turb 1 LO recirc valve pos Cargo pump turb 1 LO sump tank level Cargo pump turb 1 LO sump tank temp

L=1.5 L=40.0 L=---

H=--H=90.0 H=60.0

P05844 V05845 G05846 E05847 N05848

bar % ton/h kW rpm

Cargo pump 1 counter pressure Cargo pump 1 discharge valve Cargo pump 1 flow Cargo pump 1 power Cargo pump 1 speed

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V05850 E05851 N05852 N05854 V05858 G05860 G05861 T05862 H05863 X05864 G05866 G05867 P05860

% kW rpm rpm % ton/h ton/h degC kcal/kg <0-1> ton/h ton/h bar

Cargo pump turbine 2 inlet stop valve Cargo pump turbine 2 power Cargo pump turbine 2 speed Cargo pump turbine 2 speed set point Cargo pump turbine 2 control valve pos Cargo pump turbine 2 steam supply flow Cargo pump turbine 2 steam outlet flow Cargo pump turbine 2 steam outlet temp Cargo pump turbine 2 steam outlet enth Cargo pump turbine 2 steam outlet qual Cargo pump turbine 2 steam to gland cond Cargo pump turbine 2 steam loss (to atm.) Cargo pump turbine 2 steam inlet press

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V05870 V05871 V05872 V05873 G05868 G05869 Z05875

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> ton/h ton/h %

Cargo pump turbine 2 exhaust shut off v Cargo pump turbine 2 supply line drain v Cargo pump turbine 2 casing drain valve Cargo pump turbine 2 gland steam valve Cargo pump turbine 2 casing drain Cargo pump turbine 2 steam line drain Cargo pump turbine 2 line water index

X05883 R05884

<0-5> <0-1>

L=---

H=1.0

Cargo pump turbine 2 trip Cargo pump turbine 2 run

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V05878 V05879 V05880 R05885 P05886 P05887 P05888 V05889 L05890 T05891

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> bar bar bar % degC

Cargo pump turbine 2 LO filter 1 Cargo pump turbine 2 LO filter 2 Cargo pump turbine 2 LO cooler SW valve Cargo pump turb 2 electric starting pump Cargo pump turb 2 LO pump discharge press Cargo pump turb 2 LO filter diff pressure Cargo pump turb 2 LO press inlet bearings Cargo pump turb 2 LO recirc valve pos Cargo pump turb 2 LO sump tank level Cargo pump turb 2 LO sump tank temp

L=1.5 L=40.0 L=---

H=--H=90.0 H=60.0

P05894 V05895 G05896 E05897 N05898

bar % ton/h kW rpm

Cargo pump 2 counter pressure Cargo pump 2 discharge valve Cargo pump 2 flow Cargo pump 2 power Cargo pump 2 speed

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CARGO PUMP TURBINE

N05804 C05805 C05806 V05808 N05854 C05855 C05856 V05858

rpm %/rpm sec % rpm %/rpm sec %

Cargo pump turbine 1 speed set point Cargo pump turbine 1 contr gain Cargo pump turbine 1 contr int. time Cargo pump turbine 1 control valve pos Cargo pump turbine 2 speed set point Cargo pump turbine 2 contr gain Cargo pump turbine 2 contr int. time Cargo pump turbine 2 control valve pos

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: V23572 V23573 V23577 G23574 T23575 X23576 R23570 V23571 L23572 T23573 R23540 V23541 V23542 V23543 R23544 V23545 V23546 V23547 <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> m3/h degC % <0-1> <0-1> m degC <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> IG scrubber pump sea chest valve IG scrubber pump discharge valve IG supply line shut off valve IG supply line gas flow IG supply line gas temp IG supply line oxy content IG scrubber pump IG scrubber SW drain valve IG scrubber SW level IG scrubber gas outlet temp IG fan 1 start IG fan 1 discharge valve IG fan 1 air suction valve IG fan 1 gas suction valve IG fan 2 start IG fan 2 discharge valve IG fan 2 air suction valve IG fan 2 gas suction valve

L=0.2 L=---

H=1.5 H=100.0

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L=0.0 L=--L=0.5

H=0.1 H=7.0 H=0.8

L=0.0 L=---

H=--H=6.0

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A: B: C: D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: X07010 X07007 X07020 X07021 X07022 X07023 X07024 X07025 C07073 C07075 <0-2> <0-2> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-10> Preset condition (fix and tricks) Preset input (potentiometer) Emerg run 1 (ME/DG1/DG2) Emerg run 2 (boiler/TG) Emerg run 3 (el/misc) Fixed process 1 (air) Fixed process 2 (steam) Fixed process 3 (level/temp) Bunker tank speed-up (temp) Bunker tank speed-up (level) Level response (steady,slow,fast) Process dynamics (norm,fast,v fast) Ship dynamics (norm,fast,v fast) Fixed ship speed (constant speed) Stop ship (mooring condition)

X07004 <0-2> X07006 <0-2> X07003 <0-3> X07013 <0-1> X07005 <0-1>

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X07032 X07031 X07030 X07040 X07037 X07034 X07035 X07036 X07043 X07041 X07042

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

Electric isolation ME DO isolation ME HFO isolation ME LO isolation SW isolation Steam isolation Ex boil isolation TG isolation SG isolation Ship speed isolation (autopilot) Fresh w gen isolation

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X07015 X06317 X06334 Z00770 N00766 X00767 T00757 T00760 X00760

<0-3> % % Beauf m/sec deg degC degC %

Ship load (0,1,2,3)=(m,p,f,e) Ship load (pot meter input) Ship load ( active ) Weather condition (waves) Wind force ( speed ) Wind direction (0-360 dgr) Ambient SW temperature Ambient air temperature Ambient air humidity

X07014 X06315

<0-3> m

Ice condition ( hull load ) Sea water depth

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X07002 X07012 X07044 X07045 X07046 X07001 X07000 X07033

<0-3> <0-3> <0-3> <0-3> <0-3> <0-3> <0-3> <0-1>

Deck service air Deck cranes (busbar 2 load) Heavy el power 1 (busbar 1 load) Heavy el power 2 (busbar 1 load) Heavy el power 3 (busbar 2 load) Deck steam Accommodation steam Steam system alarms ok

X07103 X07104

<0-1> <0-1>

ME FO injection pump seizure ok ME scavenging air box fire ok

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A: X07065 B: X07066 C: X07067 D: E: F: G: H: I: J: K: L: M: N: O: P: Q: R: S: T: <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> Alarm horn inhibit Achief horn inhibit ECR TG bell inhibit

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Z10700

<0-1>

Waste heat recovery system enable

X07102 Z00572 Z00579

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

SOUND ON/OFF Fire extinguisher (co-2 gas release) CO2 alarm horn reset (sound off)

X02095

hour

ME running hour

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X07601 X07611 X07603 X07602 X07604 X07605 X07606 X07607 X07610 X07615

<0-99> <0-99> <0-99> <0-99> <0-99> <0-99> <0-99> <0-99> <0-99> <0-99>

Include : ME speed command Include : SW temp control Include : LTFW temp control Include : HTFW temp control Include : LO temp control Include : FO visco control Include : HFO purif control Include : LO purif control Include : DO purif control Include : Gen. dynamic system

X07612 X07613 X07614

<0-99> <0-99> <0-99>

Include : Boiler load valve (isola) Include : Boiler press control Include : Boiler level control

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X02413 X01642 X01643 X04503 X04504 X04505

<0-8> <0-3> <0-3> <0-3> <0-3> <0-3>

L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=---

H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0

ME serious damage ( trip ) ME TBCH 1 serious damage ME TBCH 2 serious damage Start air compr 1 trip (temp,press,curr) Start air compr 2 trip (temp,press,curr) Serv air compr trip (temp,press,curr)

X05663 X05655 X05656 X05627 X04750

<0-7> <0-4> <0-4> <0-1> <0-4>

L=--L=--L=--L=--L=---

H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0

Boiler trip indication Burner 1 trip indication Burner 2 trip indication Feedw pump trip indication

Cargo turbine trip (common)

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X06014 X06034 X06054 X06074 X03160 X03360 X04651

<0-6> <0-6> <0-6> <0-6> <0-6> <0-6> <0-11>

L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=--L=---

H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0 H=1.0

DG 1 circuit breaker trip DG 2 circuit breaker trip TG circuit breaker trip SG circuit breaker trip DG 1 trip indication DG 2 trip indication TG trip indication

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X07540 X07541 X07028 X07542 X07543 X07550 X07551 X07552 X07553 X07554 X07555 X07556 X07557 X07560 Y07029

<0-2> <0-2> <0-1> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-2> <0-1>

Responsibility transfer : Bridge Responsibility transfer : ECR Bridge telegraph enabled Stand by telegraph : ECR stand by Stand by telegraph : Finished w eng Emergency telegraph : Full ahead Emergency telegraph : Half ahead Emergency telegraph : Slow ahead Emergency telegraph : Deads ahead Emergency telegraph : Stop Emergency telegraph : Deads astern Emergency telegraph : Slow astern Emergency telegraph : Half astern Emergency telegraph : Full astern Watch calling system enabled

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Z02426 N02401 X02402

% rpm P/D

Control lever pos (bridge/instr) ME speed command (final) Propeller pitch command

X07561 X07562 X07564 X07563 X07565

<0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1> <0-1>

ME control mode : Fixed pitch ME control mode : Combinator ME control mode : Economy ME control mode : Fixed speed ME control mode : Shaft gen

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L00301 L00341 L01151 L01341 L06406 L05418 L03046 L03246 L03027 L03227

m m m m m mm % % % %

HFO service tank level (steady) DO service tank level (steady) ME FW exp tank level (steady) Main LO service tank level (steady) Eroom bilge well level (steady) Boiler steam drum level (steady) DG 1 LO sump level (steady) DG 2 LO sump level (steady) DG 1 FW exp tank level (steady) DG 2 FW exp tank level (steady)

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APPENDIX F OBSERVATION REPORT


Introduction

When the customers start using one or more of Kongsberg Maritime AS, there will often occur questions and comments regarding operation and functionality of the simulator. Within certain intervals, a group of experienced people meet and discuss all incoming observation reports. The meeting ends up with a conclusion on each individual report. The conclusion is conveyed to the person that issued the Observation Report, or to the contact person of the customer. Enclosed there is an Observation Report which Kongsberg Maritime AS ask the customer to use when reporting questions or problems related to the simulator(s) delivered. The Observation Report should comprise description of one item only. We ask the customer to fill in all fields and convey the report(s) to: Kongsberg Maritime AS Marine IT - Simulation Customer Support Department Attn.: Support Manager E-mail: km.sim.service@kongsberg.com Fax no: (47) 85 02 80 28

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Observation Report

To Kongsberg Maritime AS Marine IT - Simulation Customer Support Fax: +47 85 02 80 28 E-mail: km.sim.service@kongsberg.com From: Customer contact: Phone: E-mail: Dato:

Fax:

This report involves the following software / hardware: MD no.: Plant Workstation no.: name: Description:

Other:

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