Latest Developments In Fuel-Efficient Engines For The World's Merchant Fleets While fuel costs continue on their upward spiral, and fuel quality continues to decline, the manufacturers of marine diesels have been busy designing new engine types and redesigning older model lines.
Washington, DC—May 2-3 The American Society of Naval Engineers will hold ASNE Day 1985 at the Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C., on May 2-3. The theme for this year's meeting is "Capability Versus Cost—The Naval Engineer's Challenge." ASNE
— L i t e r a t u r e A v a i l a b l e— Now undergoing prolonged testing in the Trieste factory of the Grandi Motori division of Fincantieri Cantieri Navali Italiani is a new long-stroke, higher-powered, medium- speed 4-stroke engine covering a power range from 9,900 to 33,000 bhp.
Quick, quality service at a competitive price is the central theme of a brochure being offered by the Shipyard Division of National Marine Service, Incorporated, of St. Louis, Mo. The 12-page, full-color publication highlights the division's capabilities
—Literature Available Grandi Motori, the diesel engine division of Fincantieri Cantieri Navali Italiani, will be launching a number of new engine designs in the course of this year and 1987. Most of them will be for marine applications or land-based electric power generation.
Two recent European initiatives, both involving power systems supplier Wartsila Corporation, have given fresh impetus to the development and application of fuel cell technology aboard ship. The Finnish organization has entered into a pact with
M.A.N. Maschinenfabrick Augsburg- Nurnberg Aktiengesellschaft of West Germany recently brought out Number 16 of the annual publication "Research, Engineering, Manufacturing," which is printed each year to coincide with the Hanover Fair. This issue
S e m i n a r M a r k s O p e n i ng O f W a r t s i l a O f f i c e In V a n c o u v e r , B.C., C a n a da
To mark the opening of a branch office in Vancouver, British Columbia, Wartsila, Finland's leading company in Arctic technology, held a one-day seminar of scientists and experts from Canada and the United States at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Vancouver.
There are two main ingredients to common rail fuel injection, one being the freedom to choose injection pressure and timing totally independently of the engine load. The other is computerized control, which makes it possible to consider several
Kiene Diesel Accessories' products, The KSeries of Cylinder Pressure Indicators and the Kiene Indicator Valves, or "Cocks" as they are sometimes known, continue to be used by major engine manufacturers and operators worldwide. The K-Series of indicators