Kamiński P.: Selected problems associated with shippower plant operation (in Polish). Proceedings of the Conference on Design and Management of Realization of Production (Materiały Konferencyjne - Projektowanie i zarządzanie realizacją produkcji), Zielona Góra 2005
Kamiński P, Tarełko W., Podsiadło A.: Information sources used in the aiding system for shippower plant management (in Polish). 25 th International Symposium on ShipPower Plants (XXV Międzynarodowe Sympozjum Siłowni Okrętowych
Tomasz Kowalewski, Antoni Podsiadło and Wiesław Tarełko
Tarełko W. et al.: Antropo-technical assumptions for designing safe technical objects - subject-matter report (in Polish). Report on realization of the research project no. 8T07C 01120 financed by KBN. Bulletin no. 1. Basic Engineering Department, Gdynia Maritime University. Gdynia, 2004
Podsiadło A., Tarełko W.: Identification of hazardous zones in shippower plants. Proceedings of European Safety & Reliability Conference (ESREL 2005). Advances in Safety and Reliability, Vol. 2, A.A. Balkema
One of key ways of assuring a high level of reliability of a ship power plant is to design redundancy of its structural elements, for example redundancy of prime drivers, drivelines etc. This paper deals with issues related to the redundancy as a way increasing dependability of the ship power and propulsion systems. Especially, fundamental characteristics of dependability, major design strategies influencing the reliability, and types of redundancies related to ship power and propulsion systems are presented.
Zhendong Ji, Zhihong Zhao, Jianhua Wang and Zhipeng Lv
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Power and propulsion systems of offshore units must be of a very high level of reliability. The loss of ability to perform functions of their components causes generally to very high economic losses, which may be increased by unused the weather window resulting to postponing the planned offshore operations. To ensure carrying out so expensive offshore operations in the most reliable way, various types of redundancies are built-in ship power plants. This paper deals with issues related to application of redundancy in ship power plants of offshore vessels. Especially, evolution of redundancy application in ship power plants, and design solution of redundancy for offshore vessels are presented. Moreover, the specifics of these offshore operations so important from the point of view of minimizing financial losses due to any interruptions caused by failures of power and propulsion systems are discussed in detailed way.
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Dzida M.: On the possible increasing of efficiency of shippower plant with the system combined of a marine diesel engine, gas turbine and steam turbine, at the main engine-steam turbine mode of cooperation. PMR No 1(59), Vol. 16, 2009
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Dzida M., Domachowski Z.: A combined gas-steam system in ship electric power system - prospects for large passenger liners (in Polish). In: [Materials of] 8th International Symposium on ShipPower Plants, Szczecin Maritime Academy, Szczecin 1997
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Natalia Szewczuk-Krypa, Anna Grzymkowska and Jerzy. Głuch
This paper presents a comparative analysis of thermodynamic cycles of two ship power plant systems with a high-temperature helium-cooled nuclear reactor. The first of them is a gas system with recuperator, in which classical gas chamber is substituted for a HTGR reactor (High Temperature Gas-cooled Reactor). The second of the considered cycles is a combined gas-steam system where working medium flux from gas turbine outlet is directed into waste heat boiler and its heat is utilized for production of superheated steam to drive steam turbine. Preliminary calculations of the combine cycles showed that it is necessary to expand the system by adding to its steam part an inter-stage overheat for secondary steam, owing to that a required degree of steam dryness at outlet from the turbine can be reached, ensuring its correct operational conditions. The analyzed power systems were compared to each other with regard to efficiency of their thermodynamic cycles. Also, efficiency of particular cycles were subjected to optimization in respect to such parameters as : working gas temperature at outlet from reactor in gas system as well as steam pressure at outlet from waste heat boiler and partition pressure in steam part of combined system. Advantages of nuclear power plants compared with the classical power systems dominating currently in sea transport were also discussed.
Kowalski Z., Meler-Kapcia M., Zieliński: Choice of methods for calculation of similarity of ships in aiding shippower plant automation design (in Polish). Proc. of The Technical Scientific Conference "Automation 2000" (Materiały Konferencji Naukowo-Technicznej Automation 2002), PIAP, Warszawa 2002.
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Meler-Kapcia M, Zieliński S, Kowalski