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A comparative assessment of naval ship propulsion system operability

high performance vs. conventional designs

by James Edward Schnellenberger

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Published by Massachusetts Institute of Technology .
Written in English

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  • Mechanical engineering

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    WEI, S., GRIMMELIUS, H.T. and STAPERSMA, D. () Analysis of ship propulsion system behaviour and the impact on fuel consumption. International Shipbuilding Progress .   An overall ship propulsion plant involving marine engine, propeller and ship dynamic model was presented in this work. The cycle mean value model was utilized to describe the operation process in engine dynamic, intake/exhaust and turbocharger system. The ship shafting system was modelled using the power balance and its efficiency.

    "Intended to provide new naval officers with the essential foundation for understanding the specific mechanical systems they encounter in ships, submarines, aircraft, and land vehicles, this textbook covers the basic design and operating principles of the propulsion and auxiliary systems of today's naval . A survey discussion of current and future power and propulsion system technologies. An overview of principal Naval Sea Systems Command studies on the integration of alternative power and propulsion system technologies into notional surface combatants, submarines, and amphibious warfare ships.


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A comparative assessment of naval ship propulsion system operability by James Edward Schnellenberger Download PDF EPUB FB2

Marine propulsion is the mechanism or system used to generate thrust to move a ship or boat across water. While paddles and sails are still used on some smaller boats, most modern ships are propelled by mechanical systems consisting of an electric motor or engine turning a propeller, or less frequently, in pump-jets, an impeller.

Marine engineering is the discipline concerned with the. improvements to existing propulsion systems, (3) near-term and future ships’ propulsion systems, and (4) the various ship propulsion related technologies the Navy is pursuing. In Marchwe provided you with a briefing of our findings regarding propulsion systems for Navy ships and submarines.

This report summarizes the results of that. This textbook covers the basic design and operating principles of the propulsion and auxiliary systems of today's Naval forces.

The topics include the main components in the propulsion and auxiliary systems for both conventional and nuclear steam propulsion, gas turbine power plants (for both ship and aircraft applications), and internal combustion engines/5(5). In recent years, the Navy has used nuclear propulsion systems for its submarines and most aircraft carriers and conventional propulsion systems A comparative assessment of naval ship propulsion system operability book rely on fossil fuel for its surface combatants and amphibious warfare ships.

As the Navy looks to design an affordable force that is capable of meeting future security challenges, some of the assumptions and factors that have guided. a comparative analysis of naval hydrofoil and displacement ship design Hydrofoils are smaller, carry more payload relative to their size, and are faster than conventional displacement ships.

The hydrofoil's performance advantage is achieved by incorporating design standards which save weight and space throughout the by: 3. The modules will provide power for the propulsion system and ship's electrical supplies. Earlier this year, NAVSEA gave its formal approval for three of Paxman's Valenta range of diesel engines to be "Qualified in Accordance with MIL-E" for consideration in U.S.

Naval applications. [per system] Application: LM General Electric ~20, shp: 4 - CG Ticonderoga 4 - DD Spruance 4 - DD 4 - DDG Arleigh Burke 4 - DDG Kidd 2 - FFG-7 Oliver Hazard Perry: DIESEL: ARS Safeguard LST Newport LSD Whidbey Island MCM-1 Avenger MHC Osprey PC-1 Cyclone: STEAM: CV-9 Essex CV Midway CV Forrestal CV.

Naval Ship Preliminary Arrangements for Operability and Reduced Vulnerability Andrew Patrick Stevens Thesis submitted to the Faculty of Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of MASTER OF SCIENCE in Ocean Engineering Alan J.

Brown, Chair John A. Waltham-Sajdak, Wayne L. Neu. Present gas turbine power plants, with a capacity adequate for naval ship propulsion, have a fuel consumption rate approaching lbs.

per brake horsepower hour at full power. of the Naval Administration. An extract of these sub-marine data will be entered in the Register published by GL, if the Naval Administration agrees. Submarines are required to carry a log book in which details of repairs etc. are entered. The log A. global infrastructure support system, insurance and nuclear emergency response plans for ports.

Battery technology is developing rapidly, offering some potential for propulsion. However, full ship battery propulsion requires further technical development and is likely to be confined to relatively small ships. The U.S. Naval Institute provides an independent to the installation, operation, and maintenance of propulsion systems for scale model ships.

Beginning with model and propulsion system options, the author goes on to describe both electric and steam systems, including the fitting and care of battery packs, radio controls, and the operation.

Strock, J.*, Brown, A.J., “Methods for Naval Ship Concept and Propulsion System Technology Exploration in a CGX Case Study”, Naval Engineers Journal, Vol.No. 4, pp.Winner of ASNE Jimmy Hamilton - Award for best naval engineering paper in.

Naval architecture - Naval architecture - Resistance and propulsion: The resistance to forward motion of a ship is of three principal kinds: friction; wave making; and separation or eddy making. Friction or viscous resistance is caused by the acceleration of liquid particles in a forward direction as the bow continually runs into a region of liquid at rest.

Although propulsion and electric power systems selection is an important part of naval ship design, respective decisions often have to be made without detailed ship knowledge (resistance, propulsors, etc.).

Propulsion and electric power systems have always had to satisfy speed and ship. This course discusses the selection and evaluation of commercial and naval ship power and propulsion systems.

It will cover the analysis of propulsors, prime mover thermodynamic cycles, propeller-engine matching, propeller selection, waterjet analysis, and reviews alternative propulsors.

This course discusses the selection and evaluation of commercial and naval ship power and propulsion systems. It will cover the analysis of propulsors, prime mover thermodynamic cycles, propeller-engine matching, propeller selection, waterjet analysis, and reviews alternative propulsors.

The course also investigates thermodynamic analyses of Rankine, Brayton, Diesel, and Combined cycles. The ship design process will change from individ ual to individual, over time, and from program to program.

What is captured represents the cumulative knowledge gathered from hundre ds of ship design experts in industry, academia, and government during five Navy Ship Design Pr ocess Workshops held from to William Minor Appleman: is a mechanical engineer in the Mechanical Transmissions Branch, Propulsion and Auxiliary Systems Department, David W.

Taylor Naval Ship Research and Development Center, Annapolis, MD. He participated in the cooperative education program at The University of Cincinnati, graduating in with his BS degree in mechanical engineering.

A Naval Research Advisory Committee (NRAC) study and a Air Force Scientific Advisory Board both discussed FT fuels. Nuclear propulsion. Oil-fueled ship types that might be shifted to nuclear propulsion include large-deck amphibious assault ships and large surface combatants (i.e., cruisers and destroyers).

A “quick look. United States Coast Guard V Secretary, Ship Structure Committee Naval Sea Systems Command U.S. Coast Guard (G-MTH) Maritime Administration Ship Second Street S.W. AmNcian Bureau of Shyping Structure Washington, D.C. PH: () Committee FAX: () An Interagency Advisory Committee.density and efficiencies of technologies for Naval ship power generation (e.g., fuel cells), power distribution, propulsion transmissions, and technologies to reduce hull drag.

• The Navy should invest in RDT&E for propulsors that provide improved efficiency and increased longitudinal segregation.The assessment of the seakeeping performance leads to the following very interesting applications for both commercial and naval ships: • The evaluation of the ability of the ship to accomplish his service in a specific sea environment.