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Cathedral Power

After a rash of containership design and propulsion system initiatives aimed at extending the reach of the most potent engines already in production, the industry has now been presented with a powering option offering an unprecedented output from a single-engine plant.

 

Hitachi Zosen Shipyard Delivers 53,538-Dwt Car/Bulk Carrier

The Co-Op Express II, a 53,538-dwt car/ bulk carrier was delivered recently from the Maizuru shipyard of Hitachi Zosen to Kumiai Senpaku Co., Ltd. of Japan. It is a sistership of Co-Op Express I delivered by Hitachi in September 1982. The ship

General Electric Expands LM Family Of Aeroderivative Gas Turbines For Marine Service

—Free Literature O f f e r e d— With its first installation in the GTS Admiral Wm. M. Callaghan, a RO/RO cargo ship in 1969, the General Electric LM2500 marine gas turbine has been a favorite selection for naval ship propulsion. Powering ships

MWH Offers High-Quality, Inlet And Exhaust Valves For Marine Engine Applications

—Color Brochure Available— West Germany-based Markisches Werk Halver (MWH) has more than 50 years' experience in the design and production of high-quality inlet and exhaust valves. MWH offers a complete range of valves, valve cages, valve rotators,

John Deere Developing Family Of Rotary Engines

—Literature Available This past February John Deere acquired the stratified charge rotary engine business formerly property of Curtiss-Wright Corporation. This purchase includes exclusive North American rights to the Wankel engine, patents, know-how and experimental engines and components.

Wartsila: A Fountain of Ideas

A new concept for powering large passenger vessels, the combined diesel-electric and diesel-mechanical (CODED) system, is the latest outcome of a broader co-operation between leading lights in the Finnish maritime industries. CODED has been developed

$135-Million Luxury Cruise Vessel Ordered From Wartsila Marine By Finnish Shipowner Birka Line

Birka Line Ab and Wartsila Marine have signed a contract for a new $135-million luxury cruise vessel to be delivered in the autumn of 1990. The 32,000-gross-registered-ton vessel, with accommodations for 1,700 passengers, will be built at the Turku Shipyard.

Free Color Brochure On Fincantieri CNI's Diesel Engines Division

The Diesel Engines Division of Fincantieri Cantieri Navali Italiani S.p.A., a member of the IRI Group, and one of Europe's major shipbuilding and diversified organizations, is offering a free full-color brochure on their production facilities at Trieste, Italy.

Wartsila Fits First "Smokeless" Diesel

In a working partnership between Carnival Corp. and the Finnish marine power systems supplier Wartsila Corp., the new 86,000-ton cruise ship Carnival Spirit will be fitted with the cruise industry's first smokeless diesel engines. The Carnival Spirit,

Wartsila Diesel Presents Paper At ASTM Symposium

Wartsila Diesel recently presented a paper entitled "Fuel Oil Characteristics That Are Considered Most Important For Modern Marine Diesel Engine Operation And Development" at the ASTM Marine Fuels Symposium held at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Orlando, Fla.

 
 
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