By Peter Goodwin
Книга Anatomy of the send - The ARMED shipping BOUNTY Anatomy of the send - The ARMED shipping BOUNTY Книги Вооружение Автор: Peter Goodwin Год издания: 1988 Формат: pdf Издат.:Conway Maritime Press Страниц: a hundred and one Размер: 12.97 Mb Язык: Русский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:
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CIRCULATING . . SIMPLEX AND DUPLEX SIMPLEX ONLY DUTY STEAM TURBINE DRIVE I CAPACITY DUTY FIRE BILGE SANITARY FRESH WATER CIRCULATING GENERAL SERVICE BALLAST FORCED LUBRICATION OIL FUEL PRESSURE OIL FUEL TRANSFER CARGO OIL UP TO 200 (T0NNES/HR) . . ) PUMPS AND PUMPING CENTRIFUGAL AND AXIAL FLOW I MUST BE PRIMED BY GRAVITY SUPPLY OR PRIMING EQUIPMENT EXTERNAL TO OR INTEGRAL WITH PUMP I SUITABLE FOR A L L D U T I E S E X C E P T VERY S M A L L C A P A C I T I E S OR VERY LOW S P E E D S MAIN ENGINE DRIVE TURBINE DRIVE ' r SINGLE-STAGE RADIAL FLOW I ELECTRIC MOTOR DRIVE STEAM ENGINE DRIVE I MULTI-STAGE AXIAL DUTY I FLOW CAPACITY CIRCULATING UP TO 6500 (TONNES/HR RADIAL FLOW VOLUTE CAPACITY DUTY FEED EXTRACTION DUTY FEED DIFFUSER 1 CAPACITY DUTY UP TO 500 (TONNES/HR) .
In most cases deeming and reassembling should be sufficient to ensure satisfactory operation. If the thermo-dynamic type fails to operate after cleaning, then it could be that the disc and seat require lapping. Mechanical traps should be checked for defective floats and buckets and wear on any linkages, while the valves and seats should be 44 PIPES AND FITTINGS renewed if necessary. In the case of thermostatic traps, the elements should be checked to ensure that they are sound. Particular care should be taken with the elements of bi-metallic steam traps.
C. Pounder's 'Marine Diesel Engines', in the Butterworths marine engineering series. c. electric motors, the pump output can be controlled by varying the pump speed. c. installations, however, this is not so easy to achieve and it is usual in such cases to find pump recirculating and cooler by-pass valves arranged to afford a measure of control. Some large pumps, notably main circulating pumps, have double-wound motors to give a choice of two speeds — say two thirds and full speed. 2. While their respective characteristics differ in detail they all bear the following main operating features if they are working under non-cavitating conditions: 1.