When it comes to cargo and passenger ships, the operations depend extensively on their machinery and navigation system which are controlled by several electrical and electronic components.
A maritime professional operates, maintains and calibrates all electrical, electronic and ships equipment on a regular basis.
The role of the responsible person onboard is not just restricted to the engine room and but also require working on complex systems located throughout the vessel including bridge.
If it therefore imperative for maritime professionals to understand the functioning, symbology and operations of different electrical components used on ships.
Also, for many, electrical and electronic system onboard is a complex circuit difficult to understand.
“Maintenance and troubleshooting of Marine electrical systems” is an exhaustive guide written exclusively for ship electrical officers and marine engineers.
This book is the first volume in a Do-It-Yourself series for Marine Engineers and Marine Electrical Engineers serving on board commercial ships.
It is well-known that engineers on board ships have to deal more with breakdown maintenance and at the least Condition monitoring and Preventive Maintenance.
Electricity being a challenge for many individuals because of the invisible nature of current, it is necessary that an easily-understood and readily available guide is on hand – especially for the rookie engineers.
This book will help to prevent accidents in the first place.
Being the First Volume, It addresses the vital aspects of Safety and predetermined approaches to testing and maintenance that have been laid down by International Bodies and reputed manufacturers.
While the maintenance of the whole power generation and distribution system and many essential items of equipment have been addressed, the troubleshooting of Generators, Motors, Lighting, Battery-Powered Systems have been addressed as a first step.
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