MAN 15&W Diesel Aktiengesellschaft, Germany Today, about 97 percent of the 90,000 ships of 100 gt and above in the International merchant fleet are propelled by large-bore, highly charged diesel engines. In the past couple of years, the discussion
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.
A recent meeting of the Eastern U.S.A. Branch, The Institute of Marine Engineers, held at the American Bureau of Shipping in New York heard a paper titled "The Use of Epoxy in Ship Repair and Maintenance." The author was J. Murray Wilson, vice president of engineering,
American President Lines (APL), Oakland, Calif., has announced that the first of its three new containerships, the largest ever built in the U.S. and the first to be diesel propelled, will be named the President Lincoln. The ship will be christened and launched on December 19,
A colorful brochure describing the new Galbraith-Pilot Marine "Packaged System Concept" in Marine Diesel Engine Automation Systems for ACC & ACCU operations is available from Marine Electric RPD Inc. The Galbraith-Pilot Marine Automation Systems
Ferrous Corporation, Bellevue, Wash., a manufacturer of combustion catalyst for marine diesel and boilers has developed a complete system for administering catalyst into the fuel oil. The Ferrous Marine System (FMS) provides the user with a proportioning pump,
The Maritime Administration has released a 172-page report entitled "Shipboard Fuel Handling and Treatment-Guidelines for Onboard Conditioning," which provides guidelines and recommendations for the shipboard treatment and conditioning of fuel oils.
Hitachi Zosen has received an order to supply four main marine diesel engines for two Chinese shipyards, Daliang Shipyard and Hudong Shipyard. The contract for this order was signed recently in Beijing in the presence of Wu Run Ting, deputy general manager
A new bunkering service for vessels engaged in all types of trade has commenced in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, the Natomas- Skaarup Marine Sales company of Greenwich, Conn., announced. The former bunker barge Bunker Antigua, renamed A1 Fadhili, recently arrived
— I m p r o v e d C y l i n d e r A n d C r a n k c a s e O i l s— The trend toward upgrading output and efficiency of marine diesel engines, as well as improving their ability to burn heavy residual fuels with high sulfur content, has placed increasing