Marine Engineers are forced to face the most complex adversities on board ships.
Usually, the Marine engineer is responsible for lubricating oil, fuel, sewage, and cooling systems, propulsion systems, electricity generation, producing potable water, and so on. All of those duties are performed with great technical and professional precision.
Marine Engineer have to face a variety of problems and solve them with the limited resources they have with them on board ships.
Indeed, troubleshooting is part of the daily routine of the engineer and knowing what kind of methods should be used to perform troubleshooting is essential to solve problems in a neat, quick, and easy way.
It is therefore important to know the operating parameters of the machinery systems and equipment, to have the correct diagnosis and to understand what steps to take in order to resolve the problem.
Saulo Daibes De Vasconcelos has more than ten years of experience as a Marine Engineer. Presently a Chief Engineer, he got his degree as Bachelor in Nautical Sciences at Ciaba (a Maritime University in Brazil) in Belém-2011. In 2017, he graduated in Automation and Control Engineering at Estácio College and in 2020 he got his master’s degree in Naval Engineering, on “Vibrational Analysis of Propulsive Systems for Prior Identification of Mechanical Failures''. During his career as a Marine Engineer, he got the opportunity to work on several kinds of vessels, from Maritime Support Vessels, Tankers Vessels, Research Vessels to Semi-Submersible Rigs and Drill Ships.
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