This book caters to the structured curricula for Marine Engineering Pre-Sea Students, Marine Engineers of all Post-Sea Competency levels and Electro-Technical Officers of the Merchant Navy.
Comprising of 26 Chapters in simple English, it explains not only the fundamentals but also the constructional features, operating principles, maintenance procedures and rules that govern the safe operation of important electrical systems onboard commercial ships.
Extracts from the latest editions of SOLAS Regulations, IACS Guidelines, Lloyd’s Register and American Bureau of Shipping Rules have been included with permission. Many world class organisations and manufacturers have also extended their invaluable support and enriched the content too.
The Teaching Guide at the beginning of the book suggests a standard teaching methodology. The question bank with a total of about 1000 questions, covers all topics that have been explained. This edition also contains over 500 relevant figures, including photographs that have been contributed by leading manufacturers across the world.
|1||Overview of a Ship’s Electrical System|
|3||Electrical Equipment for Hazardous Areas|
|4||AC Distribution Systems|
|5||Emergency Power and Shore Supply|
|6||Isolated and Earthed Neutral Systems|
|9||Automatic Voltage Regulators and Exciters|
|10||Fixed and Portable Instrumentation|
|11||Paralleling of Alternators|
|12||Switchboards and Switchgear|
|14||Starters for Alternating Current Motors|
|15||Fault Protection Devices|
|17||Insulation and Ingress Protection|
|18||Electrical Propulsion Systems|
|21||Batteries and Battery Charging|
|24||Alarm Indication Systems|
|26||Alarm Indication Systems|