New program analyzes scrapedown oil as way to detect changes in the condition of an engine's cylinders ExxonMobil introduced a program to optimize cylinder oil feed rates in low-speed (crosshead) diesel engines. The "Feed Rate Optimization" program
A full-scale, RV-2 diesel engine, cut away f o r training purposes, has been donated to the California Maritime Academy in Vallejo, Calif., by the Transamerica Delaval Engine and Compressor Division. The presentation was made public at acceptance
Charles H. Rains, president of St. Augustine Trawlers in St. Augustine, Fla., recently announced the signing of a contract to construct an 85-foot by 24-foot steel trawler for Salvatore and James Bramante of Boston. Designed by John W. Gilbert Associates, Inc.
The icebreaker Otso (shown), ordered in March 1984 by the Finnish Board of Navigation, was delivered recently by Wartsila's Helsinki Shipyard. She is the first of two technologically advanced icebreakers of a new type. The second vessel was ordered
— F r e e Brochures A v a i l a b l e— Detroit Diesel Corporation recently introduced three new generation high-speed engines for the passenger boat, pleasure craft and marine market—the 16V-149TI, 6- 71TI and 3000 Series. The 16V-149TI is a 16-cylinder,
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.
Caterpillar Engine Division announces a new family of highspeed, heavy-duty diesel engines in the 800-1,600 bhp (600-1,200 kw) class. Designated the 3500 series, the engine family provides optimum value for a wide variety of high-horsepower applications.
Twin Disc, Incorporated, a leading manufacturer of marine transmission in the 52 to 1,193- kw (70 to 1,600-hp) range, announces the availability of shallow- case ratio versions of both the MG-518 and MG-520 marine transmissions. Three ratios
In accordance with its policy that diversity makes good business sense, Goltens, the 45-year-old worldwide marine diesel service organization, has undertaken a number of projects in fields beyond a strictly marine environment, but in areas in which Goltens is equally at home.
Pascagoula, Miss., shipyard of Sea Fab, Inc., is building two oil skimmers for the California cooperative Clean Coastal Waters, Inc. of Long Beach Scheduled for a July 1992 delivery, the 100-foot skimmers were designed by Grant & Grant Enterprises of Wilmington, Calif.