Maintenance and Troubleshooting of Marine Electrical Systems Volume 2

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Edition: First
No. of Pages:600; Chapters: 38
Print ISBN:  9789385889851; E-Book ISBN: 9789385889844
Month and Year of Publication: Dec 2020
First Edition Published in: Dec 2020
Publishers: Shroffpublishers.com
Authors: Harbhajan Singh, Elstan A. Fernandez and Lakshman Singh Yadav
Authors’ LinkedIn Profiles:
https://www.linkedin.com/in/elstan/
https://www.linkedin.com/in/lakshman-yadav-fie-i-ceng-765538100/

Description

About the Book

This book is a sequel to the book titled Maintenance and Troubleshooting of Marine Electrical Systems. The book is written in 8 chapters by Lakshman Singh Yadav and Elstan A. Fernandez, and focuses on the Guidelines for the Troubleshooting and Maintenance of both Low and High Voltage Systems in general and also the Troubleshooting of Generators, Motors and the Distribution System.
This book written in 38 Chapters, focuses on a wide range of systems / equipment installed on the Bridge, the Deck and in the Engine Room. It contains authentic information and guidelines that will help any Engineer at sea to quickly address both common and intricate issues.
Furthermore, as a “First” for the Maritime Industry, the entire series of books depicted on the inside of this cover will be available in E-Book formats too. In addition, the authors are always open to offering guidance and help for those engineers who find it a challenge to identify and rectify faults on board commercial ships.

Content:

Chapter No. Title Page No.
1 Electrical Safety 1
2 Introduction to Alarm and Monitoring Systems 39
3 MSBs, ACB, GSP 45
4  Integrated Monitoring and Control System 59
5 Main Engine Alarm and Safety System 87
6 M.E. Engine Alarms Handling and References 103
7 Electronic Governor 181
8 Main Engine Exhaust Gas Scrubber System 213
9 Air Compressors 219
10 Oil Purifiers 227
11 Viscosity Controller 235
12 Fresh Water Generator 241
13 Boilers 249
14 Inert Gas System 269
15 Oily Water Separators 279
16 Incinerators 301
17 Sewage Treatment Plants 321
18 Heaters and Coolers 335
19 Air Conditioning System 345
20 Axial Flow Fan 349
21 Magnetic and Gyro Compasses 351
22 Global Positioning System 369
23 ECDIS 375
24 Echo Sounder and Electro Magnetic Log 381
25 Anemometer and Anemoscope 385
26 BNWAS and Master Clock 387
27 VHF Communication Set 389
28 Weather Facsimile 393
29 Steering Systems 395
30 Deck Machinery 425
31 Ejectors and Pumps 441
32 Oil Discharge Monitoring and Control System 453
33 Tank Radar 471
34 Gas Detection System 489
35 Fire Detection Systems 503
36 Internal Communication Systems 533
37 Lifeboats 551
38 Maintenance and Troubleshooting of Hydraulics 561
Chapter 1 Electrical Safety
Article No. Article Page No.
1.1 Compliance with Regulations 1
1.2 The Inherent Dangers and Avoidance of Disastrous Consequences 6
1.3 Passive Safety Measures 8
1.4 Active Safety Measures 12
1.5 Fundamental Requirements for Safe Installation of Equipment 15
1.6 Dos and Don’ts While Working with Electrical Equipment 16
1.7 Danger Signals 20
1.8 Precautions for Preventing an Electric Shock 20
1.9 Conditions which Increase Danger to Personnel 22
1.10 Shock Risk with Portable AC Appliances 23
1.11 High Voltage Safety 27
1.12 Electrical Accidents 31
1.13 Maintenance of Records 38
Chapter 2 – Introduction to Alarm and Monitoring Systems
Article No. Article Page No.
2.1 Alarm and Monitoring Systems 39
2.2 Alarm Scanning 41
Chapter 3 – MSBs, ACB, GSP
Article No. Article Page No.
3.1 Main Switch Board PLC Omron 200H Troubleshooting 45
3.2 Air Circuit Breakers 49
Chapter 4 – Integrated Monitoring and Control System
Article No. Article Page No.
4.1 A Typical Example of Main Machinery Control Onboard a Container UMS Ship 59
4.2 Integrated Monitoring and Control System (IMCS) 59
Chapter 5 Main Engine Alarm and Safety System
Article No. Article Page No.
5.1  General Description 87
5.2 Engine Safety Unit (ESU) 88
5.3 Engine Limiters 93
5.4 Safety System Operation 95
5.5 Alarm Inputs and History 97
5.6 Testing “Shut Down” When the Main Engine (M/E) is Stopped 98
5.7 Oil Mist Detector MD 9M 101
Chapter 6 – M.E. Engine Alarms Handling and References
Article No. Article Page No.
6.1 Alarm Handling on the Main Operating Panel – HMI (Human Machine Interface) 103
6.2 Alarms Reference 108
Chapter 7 – Electronic Governor
Article No. Article Page No.
7.1 Quick Reference Table for Failures 181
7.2 GOV. FAIL “MICRO – PROCESSOR” LED is On 184
7.3 GOV. FAIL “REV. DETECT UNIT” LED is On 184
7.4 Lighting of GOV. FAIL “RPM SENSOR” 185
7.5 Lighting of GOV. FAIL “SCAV AIR SENSOR” 186
7.6 Lighting of GOV. FAIL “ACTUATOR UNIT” 186
7.7 GOV. POWER FAIL 192
7.8 EMS SYSTEM FAIL (During C / F Control) 193
7.9 ECS SYSTEM FAIL (During the W/H Control) 194
7.10 Indication of Several Alarms 197
7.11 Remedies for Alarms – Number Wise 198
7.12 Mitsui MAN B&W 205
7.13 Running Difficulties 209
Chapter 8 – Main Engine Exhaust Gas Scrubber System
Article No. Article Page No.
8.1 Main Engine Exhaust Gas Scrubber System 213
8.2 Moisture Alarms 214
8.3 Feen Marine Scrubbers Inc. Corrective Actions Table 216
Chapter 9 – Air Compressors
Article No. Article Page No.
9.1 Main Air Compressor (Tanabe) 219
9.2 Main Air Compressor (Dong Hwa Pneutec) 221
9.3 Main Air Compressor (MAC Saucer WP15L) 224
Chapter 10 Oil Purifiers
Article No. Article Page No.
10.1 Fuel Oil Purifiers (Mitsubishi SJ 40 FH) 227
10.2 Alfa Laval Purifiers 230
10.3 EPC Controls 231
Chapter 11 – Viscosity Controller
Article No. Article Page No.
11.1 Control Valves 235
11.2 Flow Meter Failure 236
11.3 General Troubleshooting 238
11.4 Temperature Troubleshooting 239
11.5 Process Troubleshooting 239
11.6 The Viscosity Signal is Too Low 240
11.7 The Viscosity Signal Remains at the Maximum Value 240
11.8 No Viscosity Signal 240
11.9 No Temperature Signal 240
Chapter 12 – Fresh Water Generators
Article No. Article Page No.
12.1  Fresh Water Generator – Make: DongHwa 241
12.2  Sasukara Fresh Water Generator Tubular Type 245
Chapter 13 – Boilers
Article No. Article Page No.
13.1 Oilon Boiler Burner 249
13.2 Watching the Boiler Room (if there is one) 250
13.3 Symptoms and Probable Causes in General 251
13.4 Generic Guidelines 255
13.5 Specific GuidelinesMitsubishi MAC-25B 258
13.6 ALBORG OL 25000 kg/h 263
13.7 HZAM – 39T 267
Chapter 14 Inert Gas System
Article No. Article Page No.
14.1 Inert Gas System (MISUZU-FMV) 269
Chapter 15 – Oily Water Separators
Article No. Article Page No.
15.1 Oily Bilge Water Separator HMS-200 279
15.2 Oily Water Separator Model GRS – 100EB 282
15.3 Oily Water Separator Model USC – 20 285
15.4 Oily Water Separator Model USH – 50 FOCUS – 1800 288
15.5 Oily Water Separator Type HFM – 1 292
15.6 Oily Water Separator SMT- 10A 296
Chapter 16 – Incinerators
Article No. Article Page No.
16.1 Incinerator Type – VIRM – 70 301
16.2 Incinerator Volcano VIM – 50 302
16.3 Waste Oil Incinerator Type: MAXI T50/T100/T150SL WS 304
16.4 Waste Oil Incinerator Model MIURA BGW-50 313
16.5 The Auxiliary Burner System 314
16.6 The Waste Oil Burner System 314
16.7 The Combustion System (Auxiliary Burner System) 315
16.8 The Combustion System (Waste Oil Burner System) 316
16.9 The Safety Control and Alarm Circuit 318
16.10 The Waste Oil Incinerator Model OSV-30SA 319
Chapter 17 – Sewage Treatment Plants
Article No. Article Page No.
17.1 Sewage Treatment Unit ISB – 03 321
17.2 Sewage Treatment Unit ISS – 60N 326
17.3 Chemical Pump (Fixed Quantity Pump) 327
17.4 Sewage Treatment Unit SBT – 40 330
17.5 Sewage Treatment Unit SD – 3AN 332
17.6 Vacuum Toilet EVAC 90 333
Chapter 18 – Heaters and Coolers
Article No. Article Page No.
18.1 APV Plate Heat Exchanger 335
18.2 Calorifier – Steam Heater 336
18.3 Vacuum Condenser 337
18.4 Tube Type Coolers 340
18.5 U-Type Oil Heater 341
18.6 Plate Type Heat Exchanger 341
Chapter 19 – Air Conditioning System
Article No. Article Page No.
19.1 Generic Issues 345
Chapter 20 – Axial Flow Fan
Article No. Article Page No.
20.1 In Case It Is Not Running 349
20.2 In Case It Is Running 350
Chapter 21 – Magnetic and Gyro Compasses
Article No. Article Page No.
21.1 Magnetic Compass (SH-165A2 SERIES) 351
21.2 Gyro Compass TG-8000 -8500 351
21.3 Failure Phenomena and Countermeasures 353
21.4 Power Supply Abnormality (Alarm Code “1”) 354
21.5 Power Supply Abnormality (Alarm Code “2”) 359
21.6 Inverter Abnormality (Alarm Code “3”) 359
21.7 Rotor Level Abnormality (Alarm Code “6”) 360
21.8 Zero Cross Abnormality (Alarm Code “8”) 360
21.9 System Communication Abnormality (1) (Alarm Code “A”) 360
21.10 System Communication Abnormality (2) (Alarm Code “B”) 362
21.11 GPS Communication Stop (Alarm Code “C”)

Or Abnormality of GPS Data (Alarm Code “D”)

364
21.12 System Internal Communication Abnormality (1) (Alarm Code “E”)

Or System Internal Communication Abnormality (2) (Alarm Code “F”)

364
21.13 Master Compass Heading Abnormality (Alarm Code “G”) 364
21.14 External Heading Sensor Communication Stop (Alarm Code “L”)

Or External Heading Sensor Data Abnormality (Alarm Code “N”)

365
21.15 LOG (Serial Signal) Communication Stop (Alarm Code “P”)

Or LOG (Serial Signal) Data Abnormality (Alarm Code “U”)

365
21.16 LOG Contact Abnormality (Alarm Code “U”) 365
21.17 E5V Abnormality (Alarm Code “R”) 366
21.18 The Gyro-Compass Does Not Operate, When Power Switch On The Operating Panel Is Turned “ON”. 366
21.19 Each repeater does not operate. 367
21.20 All Repeaters Do Not Operate. 368
Chapter 22 – Global Positioning System
Article No. Article Page No.
22.1 Generic Guidelines 369
22.2 GPS JMR 7500 373
Chapter 23 – ECDIS
Article No. Article Page No.
23.1 Generic Guidelines 375
Chapter 24 – Echo Sounder and Electro Magnetic Log
Article No. Article Page No.
24.1 Echo Sounder 381
24.2 Electro Magnetic Log 383
Chapter 25 – Anemometer and Anemoscope
Article No. Article Page No.
25.1 Generic Guidelines 385
Chapter 26 – BNWAS and Master Clock
Article No. Article Page No.
26.1 BNWAS JCX-161 387
26.2 Master Clock System 387
Chapter 27 – VHF Communication Set
Article No. Article Page No.
27.1  VHF JHS-780 389
27.2  Procedures for Locating Malfunctions 389
Chapter 28 – Weather Facsimile
Article No. Article Page No.
28.1 Weather Facsimile JAX-9B 393
Chapter 29 – Steering Systems
Article No. Article Page No.
29.1 Flutek-Kawasaki FE 21 – 288 – T050 395
29.2 Single Loop Fork Type F-172 SG sys 1 402
29.3 Steering Gear Mitsubishi type DF-250 403
29.4 Autopilot 406
29.5 Rudder Angle Indicator 422
Chapter 30 – Deck Machinery
Article No. Article Page No.
30.1 Kawasaki 425
30.2 Maritime Pusnes AS 426
30.3 Nippon Pusnes 436
30.4 Hydraulic Parts 437
30.5 De-Aeration Method for The System 439
30.6 Hose Handling Crane 439
Chapter 31 – Ejectors and Pumps
Article No. Article Page No.
31.1 Attached Air Ejector 441
31.2  Attached Vacuum Pump 442
31.3 Centrifugal Pumps 443
31.4 Screw Pumps 446
31.5  Inside Bearing Pumps 450
Chapter 32 – Oil Discharge Monitoring and Control System
Article No. Article Page No.
32.1 ODME Clean track – 1000 453
Chapter 33 – Tank Radar
Article No. Article Page No.
33.1 Abbreviations Used 471
33.2 System Failure Message: Level Unit System Fail 471
33.3 System Failure Message: Level Unit Communication Failed 472
33.4 System Failure message: Level Unit Power Failure 472
33.5 System Failure message: Level Unit LI Communication Failed 472
33.6 System Failure message: 1/0 Box Communication Failed 473
33.7 Warning Message: Level Unit Ground Failure 473
33.8 Warning Message: Level Unit Memory Failure 473
33.9 Warning Message: The Level Unit Restarted 473
33.10 Warning Message: Master Communication Failed 474
33.11 Warning Message: LevelDatic Communication Has Failed 474
33.12 Channels with Status CFAIL, ERROR or INVAL 475
33.13 CFAIL Status on Five Transmitters 475
33.14 ERROR Status on One Transmitter, But There is No CFAIL Status 476
33.15 Warning “Clean Antenna on Tank XXX” 476
33.16 All Warnings Associated with One Tank are Shown on the Work Station 476
33.17 There is an ERROR Status on One Temperature Sensor 476
33.18 INVAL Status on the Average Temperature 477
33.19 Work Station 477
33.20 Level Unit 478
33.21 Transmitters 479
33.22 Local Display 479
33.23 Temperature Measurement 480
33.24 Inert Gas Pressure Measurement 480
33.25 Tank Display Unit 481
33.26 Portable Readout System 481
33.27 Draft Measurement 482
33.28 Load Calculator 483
33.29 Finding the Probable Causes of Ground Failure Warnings 483
33.30 Valve Remote Control System 486
Chapter 34 – Gas Detection Systems
Article No. Article Page No.
34.1  Actions for Each Problem 489
34.2  Gas Sampling System Concellium 493
34.3  Gas Detecting System Komyo Rikagaku 498
34.4  Salwico Gas Detection System 503
Chapter 35 – Fire Detection Systems
Article No. Article Page No.
35.1  Fault Code List 509
35.2  Nippon Hakuyo Fire Detection System 532
Chapter 36 – Internal Communication Systems
Article No. Article Page No.
36.1 Auto Telephone Exchange System 533
36.2 Communal Aerial System 535
36.3 Master Clock System 537
36.4 Sound Power Telephone LC 800 539
36.5 Intrinsically Safe Type of Common Battery Phone / Marine Automatic Telephone 541
36.6 Public Address System MPA 2000C 542
36.7 Public Address System 548
Chapter 37 – Lifeboats
Article No. Article Page No.
37.1 Difficulty in Starting the Engine 551
37.2 Insufficient Output 551
37.3 Black Smoke Coming from the Exhaust 551
37.4 Low Lubricating Oil Pressure 552
37.5 The Engine is Knocking 552
37.6 The Engine is Overheating 552
37.7 Engine Over Speed 553
37.8 Lifeboat Model BH7B 553
37.9 Lifeboat Model G63AFR 555
37.10 Lifeboat Model SZ 65 TRS 556
37.11 Lifeboat Model HDL 75 CF 557
Chapter 38 – Maintenance and Troubleshooting of Hydraulics
Article No. Article Page No.
38.1 Hydraulic Fluid Care 561
38.2 Fluid Change-Out Recommendations 564
38.3 Troubleshooting Guide 567

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