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GRAND ELENA AND GRAND ARIVA Machinery System Operation Manual

PROVISIONAL

ISSUESD FEB. 20, 2007

Introduction
General Although the ship is supplied with shipbuilder's plans and manufacturer’s instruction books, there is no single handbook which gives guidance on operating complete systems as installed on board, as distinct from individual items of machinery. The purpose of this manual is to fill some of the gaps and to provide the ship’s officers with additional information not otherwise available on board. It is intended to be used in conjunction with the other plans and instruction books already on board and in no way replaces or supersedes them. Information pertinent to the operation of the vessel has been carefully collated in relation to the systems of the vessel and is presented in two on board volumes consisting of CARGO OPERATING MANUAL and MACHINERY OPERATING MANUAL. The Cargo Operating Manual and the Machinery Operating Manual are designed to complement MARPOL 73/78, ISGOTT and Company Regulations. The vessel is constructed to comply with MARPOL 73/78. These regulations can be found in the Consolidated Edition, 1991 and in the Amendments dated 1992, 1994 and 1995. Officers should familiarise themselves with the contents of the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships. Particular attention is drawn to Appendix IV of MARPOL 73/78, the form of Ballast Record Book. It is essential that a record of relevant ballast operations are kept in the Ballast Record Book and duly signed by the officer in charge. In many cases the best operating practice can only be learned by experience. If any information in these manuals is believed to be inaccurate or incomplete, the officer must use his professional judgment and other information available on board to proceed. Any such errors or omissions or modifications to the ship’s installations, set points, equipment or approved deviation from published operating procedures, must be reported immediately to Technical Operations Office. Safe Operation The safety of the ship depends on the care and attention of all on board. Most safety precautions are a matter of common sense and good housekeeping and are detailed in the various manuals available on board. However, records show that even experienced operators sometimes neglect safety precautions through over-familiarity and the following basic rules must be remembered at all times. 1. Never continue to operate any machine or equipment which appears to be potentially unsafe or dangerous and always report such a condition immediately. 2. Make a point of testing all safety equipment and devices regularly. Always test safety trips before starting any equipment. 3. Never ignore any unusual or suspicious circumstances, no matter how trivial. Small symptoms often appear before a major failure occurs. 4. Never underestimate the fire hazard of petroleum products, especially fuel oil vapour. 5. Never start a machine remotely from the control room without checking visually if the machine is able to operate satisfactorily. Auto standby machinery should be checked by observation during duty rounds. In the design of equipment and machinery, devices are included to ensure that, as far as possible, in the event of a fault occurring, whether on the part of the equipment or the operator, the equipment concerned will cease to function without danger to personnel or damage to the machine. If these safety devices are neglected, the operation of any machine is potentially dangerous. Description The concept of this Machinery Operating Manual is to provide information to technically competent ship’s officers, unfamiliar to the vessel, in a form that is readily comprehensible and thereby aiding their understanding and knowledge of the specific vessel. Special attention is drawn to emergency procedures and fire fighting systems. The manual consists of a number of parts and sections which describe the systems and equipment fitted and their method of operation related to a schematic diagram where applicable. . Illustrations All illustrations are referred to in the text and are located either in the text when sufficiently small or below the text on a separate page, so that both the text and illustration are accessible when the manual is laid face up. Where texts are shown with a blue colour in the manual, they can be jumped to linked page or space by clicking them. Symbols given in the manual adhere to international standards and keys to the symbols used throughout the manual are given on the symbols pages.

Notices The following notices occur throughout this manual :
WARNING

Warnings are given to draw reader’s attention to operations where DANGER TO LIFE OR LIMB MAY OCCUR.
CAUTION

Cautions are given to draw reader’s attention to operations where DAMAGE TO EQUIPMENT MAY OCCUR. (Note : Notes are given to draw reader’s attention to points of interest or to supply supplementary information.)

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Index - Machinery System Operation Manual
PART 1 : GENERAL
1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.5a 1.5b 1.5c 1.5d 1.5e 1.5 f 1.5g General Arrangement Tank Capacity Table Principal Particulars of Hull Principal Particulars of Machinery Machinery Arrangement Glossary of Symbols Ship Speed Power Curve Machinery Arrangement Machinery Arrangement Machinery Arrangement Machinery Arrangement Machinery Arrangement Machinery Arrangement Machinery Arrangement - Tank Top Plan - 4th Deck Plan - 3rd Deck Plan - 2nd Deck Plan - Engine Casing Deck Plan - Engine Casing Deck Plan - Elevation Plan

3.1

Steam Systems
3.1.1 3.1.2 3.1.3 3.1.4 3.1.5 3.1.6 3.1.1a 3.1.2a 3.1.3a 3.1.4a 3.1.5a 3.1.6a Superheated Steam System 6.0 MPa Desuperheated Steam System Auxiliary Steam System N/A 1.0 MPa Desuperheated Steam System Exhaust and Dump Steam System Superheated Steam System 6.0 MPa Desuperheated Steam System Auxiliary Steam System N/A 1.0 MPa Desuperheated Steam System Exhaust and Dump Steam System

3.6

Fuel Oil and Fuel Gas Service Systems
3.6.1 3.6.2 3.6.3 3.6.4 3.6.5 3.6.6 3.6.7 3.6.1a 3.6.1b 3.6.2a 3.6.3a 3.6.4a 3.6.4b 3.6.5a 3.6.6a 3.6.7a Fuel Oil Bunkering System Heavy Fuel Oil Transfer System Diesel Oil and Gas Oil Transfer System Boiler Fuel Oil Service System Boiler Fuel Gas Service System Boil-off Gas System in Cargo Machinery Room Diesel Oil and Gas Oil Service System Fuel Oil Viscosity - Temperature Graph Fuel Oil Bunkering System Heavy Fuel Oil Transfer System Diesel Oil and Gas Oil Transfer System No.1 Boiler Fuel Oil Service System No.2 Boiler Fuel Oil Service System Boiler Fuel Gas Service System Boil Off Gas System in Cargo Machinery Room Diesel Oil and Gas Oil Service System

Illustrations

Illustrations

Illustrations

3.2

Condensate and Feed Water Systems
3.2.1 3.2.2 3.2.3 3.2.4 3.2.5 3.2.6 3.2.1a 3.2.1b 3.2.2a 3.2.3a 3.2.4a 3.2.5a 3.2.6a Condensate Water System Boiler Feed Water System Boiler Water Sampling and Treatment System N/A Clean Drains System Contaminated Drains System Condensate Water System Deaerator Boiler Feed Water System Boiler Water Sampling and Treatment System N/A Clean Drains System Contaminated Drains System

PART 2: MACHINERY COMMISSIONING OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW
2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 To Bring Vessel into Live Condition To Prepare Main Plant for Operation (Raising Steam) To Prepare Main Plant for Manoeuvring from In Port Condition To Change Main Plant from Manoeuvring to Normal Conditions To Change Main Plant from Normal to Manoeuvring Conditions To Secure Plant at Finished with Engines To Secure Plant for Dry Dock

3.7

Lubricating Oil Systems
3.7.1 3.7.2 3.7.3 3.7.4 3.7.1a 3.7.2a 3.7.3a 3.7.4a Main Turbine Lubricating Oil System Lubricating Oil Purification System Lubricating Oil Filling and Transfer System Stern Tube Lubricating Oil System Main Turbine Lubricating Oil System Lubricating Oil Purification System Lubricating Oil Filling and Transfer System Stern Tube Lubricating Oil System

Illustrations

Illustrations

PART 3: SHIP’S SYSTEMS
3.0 Heat Balance for Steam Turbine Plant Illustrations
3.0.1 3.0.2 3.0.3 3.0.4 3.0.5 3.0.6 3.0.7 3.0.8 3.0.9 3.0.10 3.0.11 3.0.12 3.0.13 3.0.14 100% MCR On Fuel Oil Burning (FOC Guarantee Condition) 100% MCR On Fuel Oil Burning 100% MCR On Dual Fuel Burning 100% MCR On Gas Fuel Burning Cargo Unloading Full Dump by Main Condenser Cargo Loading Full Dump by Auxiliary Condenser Hotel Load 100% MCR On Fuel Oil Burning 90% MCR On Fuel Oil Burning Half Ahead On Fuel Oil Burning Slow Ahead On Fuel Oil Burning Hotel Load

3.8 3.3 Compressed Air Systems
3.3.1 3.3.2 3.3.1a 3.3.2a Compressed Air System Starting Air System Compressed Air System Starting Air System

Engine Room Bilge Systems
3.8.1 3.8.2 3.8.1a Engine Room Bilge System Bilge Separator Engine Room Bilge System Domestic Fresh Water System Sewage Treatment System Domestic Fresh Water System Sewage Treatment System

Illustrations 3.9 Sanitary and Fresh Water Service Systems
3.9.1 3.9.2 3.9.1a 3.9.2a

Illustrations

3.4
- Winter Condition - Winter Condition - Winter Condition - Winter Condition - Winter Condition

Fresh Water Cooling Systems
3.4.1 3.4.1a Central Fresh Water Cooling System Central Fresh Water Cooling System

Illustrations

Illustrations 3.5 Sea Water Systems
3.5.1 3.5.2 3.5.1a 3.5.2a Sea Water Circulating System Cooling Sea Water Service System Sea Water Circulating System Cooling Sea Water Service System

Illustrations

Index - Machinery System Operation Manual
PART 4: MAIN MACHINERY AND CONTROL
4.1 Control Room
4.1.1 4.1.1a Machinery Control Room Overview Machinery Control Room Console

PART 5: ELECTRIC POWER GENERATING SYSTEM
5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4
5.4.1 5.4.2 5.4.3 5.4.4 5.4.5 5.4.6 5.4.7

PART 7: ENGINE ROOM BALLAST SYSTEM
7.1 7.2 7.1a 7.2a Engine Room Ballast System Ballast and Fuel Oil Valves Control System Engine Room Ballast System Ballast and Fuel Oil Valves Control System

Illustrations

Turbo Generator Diesel Generator Emergency Diesel Generator Power Distribution System
Electrical Equipment Main Switchboard and Generator Operation Shore Power Main Alternators Emergency Alternator Preferential Tripping and Sequential Restarting 24 Volt Battery and Uninterruptible Power Supply Turbo Generator Overview Turbo Generator Alternator Turbo Generator Steam and Exhaust Systems Turbo Generator Lubrication and Control Oil Systems Diesel Generator Alternator Diesel Generator Piping Systems Emergency Diesel Generator Overview Emergency Diesel Generator Alternator Emergency Diesel Generator Piping Systems

Illustrations

4.2

Main Turbine
4.2.1 4.2.2 4.2.3 4.2.4 4.2.1a 4.2.1b 4.2.1c 4.2.2a 4.2.3a 4.2.3b Main Turbine Overview Main Turbine Operation Main Turbine Control System Main Turbine Warming-up System Main Turbine Overview Main Turbine Overview Main Turbine Gear Arrangement Main Turbine Operation Main Turbine Remote Control System Main Turbine Control System

PART 8: INTEGRATED CONTROL AND AUTOMATION SYSTEM
8.1 8.2 8.3 8.1a 8.3a ICAS Overview ICAS Operator Station Operations Graphic Displays Integrated Control and Automation System Overview Machinery Part Graphic Displays

Illustrations

Illustrations
5.1a 5.1b 5.1c 5.1d 5.2a 5.2b 5.3a 5.3b 5.3c 5.4a 5.4.7a

Illustrations

PART 9: EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 9.6 9.3a Flooding in the Engine Room Steaming on One Boiler Solo Running of the Main Turbine Steaming with One Forced Draft Fan Emergency Steering Fire in the Engine Room Emergency Operation of Main Turbines

4.3

Main Boiler
4.3.1 4.3.2 4.3.3 4.3.4 4.3.1a 4.3.2a 4.3.2b 4.3.2c 4.3.2d 4.3.3a 4.3.3b 4.3.4a 4.3.4b Main Boiler Overview Main Boiler Operation Burner Characteristics Boiler Control Systems Main Boiler Overview Main Boiler Mounting System Combination Burner System Boiler Pressure Rising Charts Combustion Air, Seal Air and Flue Gas System Burner Characteristics Burner Assembly Boiler Gauge Board Automatic Combustion Control (ACC)

Power Distribution System
24 Volt Battery and Uninterruptible Power Supply

Illustrations

Illustrations

PART 6: AUXILIARY MACHINERY
6.1 Main Feed Water Pump 6.2 Distilling Plant 6.3 Incinerator 6.4 Nitrogen Generator System 6.5 Inert Gas Generator System Illustrations
6.1a 6.1b 6.1c 6.2a 6.3a 6.4a 6.5a Main Feed Water Pump Sectional View Main Feed Water Pump Turbine Sectional View Main Feed Water Pump Trip System Distilling Plant Systems Incinerator Nitrogen Generator System Inert Gas Generator System

Part 10: FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEMS
10.1 Fire Fighting Systems 10.2 Fire Detection System 10.3 Engine Room Fire Fighting Systems 10.3.1 Engine Room Fire Main System 10.3.2 Engine Room CO2 Fire Extinguishing System 10.3.3 Engine Room Hot Foam Fire Extinguishing System 10.3.4 10.3.5 10.3.1a 10.3.2a 10.3.3a 10.3.4a 10.3.5a Engine Room Local Fire Extinguishing System Quick-Closing Valves and Fire Dampers System Engine Room Fire Main System Engine Room CO2 Fire Extinguishing System Engine Room Hot Foam Fire Extinguishing System Engine Room Local Fire Extinguishing System Quick-Closing Valves and Fire Dampers System

Illustrations

PART 1 : GENERAL

1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7

General Arrangement Tank Capacity Table Principal Particulars of Hull Principal Particulars of Machinery Machinery Arrangement Glossary of Symbols Ship Speed Power Curve

Illustrations
1.5a 1.5b 1.5c 1.5d 1.5e 1.5f 1.5g Machinery Arrangement Machinery Arrangement Machinery Arrangement Machinery Arrangement Machinery Arrangement Machinery Arrangement Machinery Arrangement - Tank Top Plan - 4th Deck Plan - 3rd Deck Plan - 2nd Deck Plan - Engine Casing Deck Plan - Engine Casing Deck Plan - Elevation Plan

1.1

General Arrangement

GENERAL ARRANGEMENT
ABT.72,000 ABOVE B.L.
COMP.BRI.DK

COMP.BRI.DECK (CENT.)

3,650
NAV. BRI. DECK AN.LT.

NAV. BRI. DECK

3,650
G-DECK

G-DECK

F-DECK

M.H.LT.

3,650
F-DECK
ST.LT

3,000
E-DECK

E-DECK

3,000
D-DECK

D-DECK

3,000
C-DECK

C-DECK

B-DECK

3,000
A-DECK
S.L. S.L.

NO. 4 TANK

CARGO MACHINERY ROOM

NO. 3 TANK
COMPRESSOR MOTOR ROOM

NO. 2 TANK
S.L.

NO. 1 TANK

3,000
B-DECK

A-DECK

4,000
AN.LT. UPPER DECK

UPPER DECK (CENT.)
STRAIGHT CAMBER 45/1000

UPPER DECK (SIDE)

NO.1 DIST.W.TK.(P) F.W.TK.(S) 2ND DECK(22,850)
NO .2 D DR IN IST. K.W W.T .TK K (P (S ) )

(P& S)

ER O.S ER D. O.S G/E D. .1 G/E NO .2 NO

FORWARD STORE
UNDER DECK PASSAGE (P & S)(22,850)
ACC. TRUNK

2,400

UNDER DECK PASSAGE (P & S)(22,850)
AIN

FORWARD STORE FLAT (22.850m)

2ND DK

F.O. SETT . TK

I.G.G.GAS OIL TK(P)

SULPH UR F.O .SIDE . TK(S) TK (P)

ER G. P. FIRE RM .

FO
BITT BITT

R'D

EM

(P &S )

STEER. ENG. FLAT (16,550) 3RD DECK(15,650)
E P.R

F.O. SID E F.O. SID TK (P) E TK (S)

W .B .T K

LOW

F.O

A.P.VOID
ER

AF T

ESCAPE TRUNK

W .B .S .T K

.T

.T

.T

L.W.L.

.S

.S

.S

W .B

W .B

W .B

4TH DECK(9,470)

NO .8

NO

L.F. W.T

OO

.T.C

TANK TOP(3,800)
B. W.
ST. T. L.O. DRAIN TK L.O. DRAIN TK (S)

ST

TANK TOP(2,500)
L.O. SUMP TK B.W.(P)
GE (S) . BIL SEP OIL TK
) .(S S.C
A

Y BA

B.W.(P) ECHO SOUND. & MAG. LOG COMP.

SE

ECHO SOUND. COMP.
B.L. B.L.

5,000

F.O.DRAIN TK (S)

N

O

.3

N

O

.2

N

O

.1

00 ,6 R2

W.B

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K

B.L.

DOUBLE BOTTOM PIPE PASSAGE
10,100 24,500 9,350 5,050

1,590

LO

LO

LO

W

.B

BILGE PRIMARY SECT. (S)

W

W

W

11,230

BIL

G

.S

OLD EH

ER

ER

ER

LO

R WE

K

.T

K

. TK

W

W

NO

NO

(S)

.6 NO

.7

.B

.5

.B

.3

.T

K

.4 NO

.T

K

NO

.2

W

W

.B

.T

K

.1 NO

FO R'D (P W.B &S ) .T

W . F.O RFLO OVE

.B

K.

TK

(S)

K .T .S .B W

K .T .S .B W

.S

.T

K

K .T .S .B W

FOR'D PUMP RM

L.W.L.

L.W.L.

L.W.L.

W.B

.TK

B.L.

0
A.P.

5

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50

55
CLEAN DRAIN TK (S)

60

65

70

75

80

85

90

95

100

105

110

115

1,600
FRP 5,000 .S.
1,800

FRP 00 . S. 8 6,000 15,200

FRP 900 . S. 45,000

FRP 4,700 .S.

FRP 5,300 .S. 45,000

FRP 5,000 .S.

FRP 4,700 .S.

FRP 5,300 .S.

FRP 5,000 .S. 45,000

FRP 4,700 .S.

FRP 5,300 .S. 45,300

FRP 5,000 .S.

FRP 3,200 .S. 32,000
F.P.

44,700

8,000

VIEW OF BRIDGE FRONT & TANK SECTION

MAX. WORKING RADIUS ABT. 21,000

OUTREACH 4.0m FROM SHIP'S PARALLEL LINE

MAX. WORKING RADIUS ABT. 9,000

MAX. WORKING RADIUS ABT. 9,000

OUTREACH 2.0m FROM SHIP'S PARALLEL LINE MIN. WORKING RADIUS ABT. 3,000 4-R.FL. 4-R.FL. LR. (25PX2) MIN. WORKING RADIUS ABT. 4,500
E N RA D.C ) AN H 1M -2

MIN. WORKING RADIUS ABT. 3,000 E.C.FL. CAPS. B. PILOT LADD.REEL
UP

LIFE BOAT (50P) (OV.)

5T HOSE HANDRING CRANE (SWL 49kN-22M) E.C.FL. CAPS. B. DUTY MEN RM. UP UP (TO JIB REST)
DN

E.C.FL.

S.L.

E.C.FL. CAPS.

C.FL.

4-R.FL.

4-R.FL.

UPPER DECK
4-R .FL . 4-R .FL . 4-R .FL .

3T

ACCOMM. LADD. STOW. SP.

L.P.
NO OBSTRUCTIONS

L.P. B.

PR (SW OVISI L 29

B.
E AN CR ) N -9M ISIOkN OV 29 PR WL (S

V.& O PR 5T

TS kN AR 49 .P G L EN (SW

ON kN CRAN -9M E )
CAPS.
3T

UP DN

DN

HYD.M.W. A.O.

UP SECURITY GUARD HOUSE

DN

SECURITY WATCH SHELTER

UP JIB REST

B.

I.G.G. RM N2 GEN. RM
POSITION HAND.CRANE STORAGE 5T PROV.& ENG.PARTS
SAFTY EQUIP. STORE

C.P. FIRE STATION
SUEZ CANAL WORKER'S RM

B. B.

C.F L.

DN

L.O. & GREASE STORE
V. T.

5-R .FL . 5-R .FL .

AO
H.R
M

V.

T.

SUEZ CANAL WORKER'S LAV.

HYD. M.W. D.S.R. HYD. M.W.

HYD.PUMP UNIT RM DN
M

DN DN UP UP

DECK WORK SHOP

HOTEL LAUND.

FEMALE CHANG. RM. NO.2 CARGO SWBD. RM.
OFF'S CHANG. RM. CREW'S CHANG. RM.

NO. 4 TANK

NO. 3 TANK

NO. 2 TANK

NO. 1 TANK
HYD. WIND. C.C.

H.P.

DN

LINEN LKR
UP

B. L.R. EMB. (6P) LADD. HYD. M.W.

M

DOME LIFT 35 40 45 HATCH 50 55 AIR COND.UNIT RM & REF.PROV.MACHI.RM & UP UP UP V.T. 60
M

V.P. L.P. 75 80

DOME

V.P.
L.P.

DOME

V.P.
L.P.

DOME V.P. 105 D.S.R. D.S.R. 110

DN D.S.R. DAVIT 115 F.P. H. H.

DN 5 A.P. 10 15 20 25

30

65

70

85

90

95

PIPE PASSAGE
E.C.T. H.

WALK WAY
A.T .

D.S.R.

ELECT. CABLE PASSAGE

M.H. HYD. WIND.

UP DN DN INCINE.RM GARBAGE STR E.C.T.
COMM.LAV

C.C. H.P.

H.R

PIPE PASSAGE

PIPE PASSAGE
H.

PIPE PASSAGE
D.S.R.

WALK WAY
BATH NO.1 CARGO SWBD. RM.
V. T. V. T.

WALK WAY

WALK WAY
UP

HYD. M.W.

ELECT. CABLE PASSAGE
CHEMICAL LKR PAINT STORE UP

ELECT. CABLE PASSAGE CO2 BOTT.RM
C.P. MIN. WORKING RADIUS ABT.4,600

ELECT. CABLE PASSAGE

HYD. M.W. B. B.
L. C.F

.FL 5-R .FL .

.

EMERG.GENE.& EMERG.SWBD.RM.

HYD.M.W.

HOSP.

DISP.

5-R

A.O. DN UP
5T PR (S W O L 49 V.& EN -2 G 1M ) .P AR TS H AN D.C

SECURITY GUARD HOUSE
3T

CARGO MACHI.RM
DN

JIB REST UP

UP SPARE ANCHOR STOW.SPACE (TO JIB REST) UP LNG LIQUID LINE LNG LIQUID LINE DN LNG VAPOUR LINE LNG LIQUID LINE LNG LIQUID LINE UP B. CAPS. DUTY MEN RM. E.C.FL. L.P. CAPS. S.L. E.C.FL. C.FL. 4-R.FL. 4-R.FL. B.
. .FL 4-R

&
UP

DN

B.
. .FL 4-R . .FL 4-R

PRO (SW VISION L 29k CRAN N-9 E M)

MOTOR RM (OVER)
UP
NO OBSTRUCTIONS

MIN. WORKING RADIUS ABT. 4,500

kN

UP LR. (25PX2)
RA N E( O

UP UP B.

ACCOMM. LADD. STOW. SP. CAPS. LIFE/RESCUE BOAT (50P) (OV.) B. E.C.FL.

CAPS.

3,500

UP PILOT LADD.REEL

5-R.FL.

M.P.

T.B.

5-R.FL.

R.PL. UP

. FL C.

DECK STORE

4-R.FL. V.)

4-R.FL.

E.C.FL. OUTREACH 2.0m FROM SHIP'S PARALLEL LINE

PRINCIPAL PARTICULARS
ABT.288.0 m LENGTH (O.A.) 274.00 m LENGTH (B.P.) 49.00 m BREADTH (MLD) 26.80 m DEPTH (MLD) 11.25 m DRAUGHT (MLD)(DESIGNED) 12.30 m DRAUGHT (MLD)(SCANTLING) ABT. 71,200 t DEADWEIGHT (d = 11.25m) ABT. 123000 GROSS TONNAGE MHI STEAM TURBINE X 1 MAIN ENGINE
CAPTAN CLASS

COMPLEMENT
2 P. 4 P. 5 P. 3 P. 16 P.

MAX. WORKING RADIUS ABT. 21,000

OUTREACH 4.0m

FROM SHIP'S PARALLEL LINE

TUG

MIN. WORKING RADIUS ABT. 3,000

TUG
MAX. WORKING RADIUS ABT. 9,000

TUG

3,000
abt. 11,800

3,000

3,000

3,000

TUG

TUG

5T HOSE HANDRING CRANE (SWL 49kN-22M)

SENIOR OFFICER CLASS JUNIOR OFFICER CLASS PETTY OFFICER CLASS RATING CREW CLASS

MAX. WORKING RADIUS ABT.22,000

PILOT(JUNIOR OFFICER CLASS)(1P x 1RM) LOADING MASTER(JUNIOR OFFICER CLASS)(1P x 1RM) OFFICER SPARE(JUNIOR OFFICER CLASS)(1P x 6RMS) CREW SPARE(CREW CLASS)(1P X 1RM)

22,850

ENGINE ROOM

F. P. VO ID

K

K

K

5,580

EM

26,800

BITT

ACC.TRUNK

G.FIR

M.

CH

STEER.GEAR ROOM

D.O.STOR.TK.(S) D.O.STRO.TK.(P)

F.O

.TK

(C

)

B.W.

LK

R

ABT. 1,075

) (S TK R. TO O.S L.

L. O.R EN OV. TK (O UT) (S )

3,950

) .(S ) TK V. TK.(S V.

UNDER DECK PASSAGE

UNDER DECK PASSAGE

HAND.CRANE 5T PROV.& ENG.PARTS

STORAGE POSITION

1 P. 1 P. 6 P. 1 P. 39 P. 6 P.

MCR 23,600 kW x 80 rpm SPEED (SERVICE SPEED) ABT.

19.5 kn

AFT MOORING DECK

2ND DECK
(P)
N.) (U
E.T K. (P )

BOTTOM PLAN

BOTTOM PLAN

FORWARD STORE

CLASS Lloyd's Register of Shipping +100A1 Liquefied gas carrier, Ship Type 2G, Methane in independent spherical tanks type B, Maximum vapour pressure 0.25 bar G at sea Minimum cargo temperature -163C Maximum cargo density 500kg/m3 ShipRight(SDA), Ice Class 1B FS(hull), *IWS, LI, +LMC, UMS, ICC, NAV1, IBS,EP with the descriptive notes"ShipRight(FDA,CM,SCM,TCM, BWMP) Russian Maritime Register Ice Class LU2(propeller and shaft)

GRAND TOTAL
SUEZ CANAL WORKERS (CREW CLASS) (6P x 1RM)

CARGO TANK CAPACITY
CARGO TANKS (98.5%full, -163C, atmospheric pressure,excluding dome space) NO.1 CARGO TANK NO.2 CARGO TANK NO.3 CARGO TANK NO.4 CARGO TANK TOTAL CARGO TANK CAPACITY ABT. 36,250 m3 ABT. 36,250 m3 ABT. 36,250 m3 ABT. 36,250 m3 ABT. 145,000 m3

TT .TK.

K.

.B

TK. AF T W

F.O. SE

F.

O.S

.T

ID

DN
.FL. 4-R .FL. 4-R

OIL

(P )

I. G. G. RM.

D.O .S TO R.T K.

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870) Capacity 90% Full (m3) G.9 2.6 3.B. P NO.B. = 0.616.98 87 .42 3. NO.64 54 54 55 58 59 69 59 63 Capacity (m3) 240.110 100 .S.65 10.152.65 15 522 - - Water Ballast Tanks (S.6 W.287 2.82 73 .87.94 85 .914 1.B. NO.8 4.8 W. Gas Oil Tank (S.O.58 314 314 - - Fresh Water Tanks (S. SIDE T. GAS OIL T. 106 .(t) AP G (m) 2.47 6.45 24.99 3.4 3. P NO.715 107.O.54 (m3) 2.7 740 315. T.63 - MT of I (Max.1 W.658 *1:89. ITEM Position NAME I.G.97 10. Side P TOTAL FR.575.5 129.5 54.4 4.000 36.4 W.332 196.2 W.S. F. Side S S S C C C TOTAL Position FR.T.69 Position Diesel Oil Tanks (S.99 1.110 54 .28 49.084.T.S. F.226 1 50 1.G.163 4.48 MT of I (Max.717 106.W.S.B.2 446.T.8 4.1 CARGO TANK C NO.106 94 .531 41.85 82 . C NO.840 778. Side P S S TOTAL Position FR. T.04 19.T.T.(t) 112.250. F. D.91 82 .3 100 2. = 0.3 3.40 52. L.B. DRAIN T.4 129 91.62 24.106 100 .75 52.S. S NO. L.78.9 57.50 1.O.39 .14 14 .58 12.668.171 1. NO.59 64 .802. C NO.2 FRESH W.B.F.38 204.T.59 27 .8 W.920) ITEM NAME D.) (m4) 24.(t) 1. S CLEAN DRAIN T.60 2.49 100% Full (m3) 124.38 3.G.28 738 - 58 13.94 7.1 LOWER W.8 Capacity 100% Full F.1 Capacity 90% Full (m3) D.O.9 1.332 196.416 60.69 79.T.S.66 100% Full (m3) 1.000 NAME 100% Full AP G(m) 219.250.62 7.62 17.30 34. P SEP.2 1. NO.19 9 . S NO.699 5.96.717 196.7 Center of Gravity 100% Full AP G (m) KG (m) 39. SUM F. SULPHER TOTAL ITEM Side C Position FR. C AFT W.881 129.29 39 . SETT.287 1.3 LOWER W.S. S NO. (t) AP G (m) 205 13.63 16.176 651 79 79 5.40 17.65 88.2 3.69 59 .950) ITEM NAME FOR’D F.O.288 1.03 8.T.755 228.19 9 .B. P NO.65 3.716 152.699 4.86 7.B. SUMP T.6 312. NO.964.85 76 .B.O.6 Capacity 90% Full (m3) L.633.2 W.000 36.T.000 36.06 7.0 Center of Gravity 100% Full AP G (m) KG (m) 51.41 36 .2 1.56 12.1 333.03 8.B.4 W.1 40.5 84.000) Tank Side S S P P SUM ATH TOTAL Position NO.G.B.4 84 *1 48.T.T. S NO.O.28 205 13.8 3.O.S. S/T L.0 3. DRAIN T.724 67.4 865.288 2.1 F.346 Center of Gravity 100% Full AP G (m) KG (m) 248.S.95 7.91 85 . NO.03 - - 57.T. F. T.94 91 .5 2. 106 .G.09 796 - MT of I (Max.6 W.) (m4) 3.) AP G (m) KG (m) (m4) 40.S.251 2.6 % FULL (OVERFLOW LEVEL) This section will be rectified after completion of the test.T.80 2.T.1 299 300.95 37.(t) 140.549 Other Tanks Tank BILGE HOLD T.B.25 1.76 73 .648.648.0 101.5 2.724 67.136.6 485.) (m4) 3. SETT. P FOR'D W.5 285 4.S.1 44.1 DIST. = 0.251.O.60 17. S NO. 45 .S. S TOTAL Side C P S S S Position FR.O. F. NO.025) ITEM NAME Side FOR'D W.00 - - MT of I (Max.6 766.2 Tank Capacity Table Low Sulpher Fuel Oil Tanks (S.835.) (m4) 528 6 1.O.362 5.7 3.0 5.B.576 2.G.63 19.11 3.G.7 Capacity 100% Full S.000 145.0 1.3 3.G.) KG (m) (m4) 19.5 W.251.100 91 . S NO.9 19.687.B.847 174. = 1.39 23.633.56 6.1 W.94 8.) AP G (m) KG (m) (m4) 44. = 1.42 1.26 164 9.O.47 58.937.67 10 736 - Lubricating Oil Tanks (S.574 2.06 8.54 115 44.467.T.T.65 70.25 49.3 98 112.92 229 19.0 380 380 - Center of Gravity 100% Full AP G (m) KG (m) 57. F.8% Full (–163℃) Excluding Dome (m3) 36.T.B.73 69 .10 33.624.5 W.2 F.1 FRESH W. L.2 738.82 76 .11 1. F.T.T.O.89 78 .T. GRAVITY T.67 3.69 54 .O.B.110 106 .574 1.2 204. G/E D.G.S. F.) (m4) 392 392 Capacity 100% Full 100% Full 100% Full (–163℃) (-160℃) (-163℃) Excluding Including Dome Including Dome Dome (m3) (m3) (m3) Cargo Tanks (preliminary) (S. NO.576 1.47 1.4 218.35 .416 1.362 5.B.S.45 24.8 124.1 117.243 105. S NO.95 7.48 48.531 41.56 10. T.W. W.39 - LOW F.3 98 Center of Gravity MT of I 100% Full (Max.B.4 1. NO.05 9.881 129. 49 54 49 54 49 54 100% Full (m3) 156.O.3 W.S.156 392 1 5.T. T. T.38 1.633.64 54 .6 1.689 84.163 1.999 - KG (m) 12. P NO.262.T.05 8. NO.835.54 42 .470) ITEM NAME Side NO.493.6 795.624.40 23.564. P NO.811 .O.870) Center of Gravity 98.5 174.105.44 1.675.W.S.687.9 164.S.362 1.95 - 17.S. ST.674.45 24.73 53.35 .0 3.2 DIST.99 1.43 Capacity (m3) 56.80 42 .4 2.47 16.9 57.3 CARGO TANK C NO.O.802.B.2 CARGO TANK C NO.S.39 23.O.T.493.14 19 (m3) 10.699 247.O. BILGE OIL T.46 3.99 134 19. 14 . RENOV.T.O.0 437.47 6.760 151. 64 . NO. STOR.40 24.27 49. = 0.100 94 .65 8.9 4.136 2.1 Capacity 90% Full (m3) F.77 2. S F. BILGE PRIMARY S SECTION DECK WASH T.136 1. P NO.78 - - 8. NO.95 54.3 W.250.69 64 .S.69 100% Full (m3) 485.715 107. NO.668.57 9. W.3 1. P NO.T.2 57.B.77 2. P AFT W.25 53.G. FR. NO. SIDE T.G. SERV.675. F.1.079 1.2 15.000.45 55 .F.46 1.07 MT of I (Max.48 42 . S NO.3 1.99 1.39 .689 84. S NO.T.880) Tank L.76 69 .O.7 W.T.215 3. OVERFLOW T.760 151.S.S.G.B.00 1. 45 .57 12.1 56.T.39 23.99 134 726 - 4.92 229 19.67 1.(t) 437. T.T. S TOTAL Position FR.7 1.73 96 .847 174.755 228.2 1.80 56. P NO. P TOTAL Side S Position FR.50 3.45 19.7 258 Center of Gravity MT of I 100% Full (Max.7 3 4.C.3 1.58 392 44. F.77 3. 97.2 350.250.00 3.5 - KG (m) 23.B.682 247.4 3.914 1. = 0.2 1.2 LOWER W.T.26 164 9.3 1.7 W.80 - - MT of I (Max.S.B..S. = 0. 54 . L.69 47 47 7 1 1 49 152 Fuel Oil Tanks (S.15 2.8 I. T. SUMP T.4 CARGO TANK C TOTAL FR.9 164.9 45 280.

ETA” Russian Maritime Register Ice Class LU2 (propeller and shaft) Port OSLO Official Number S. mld.2230:GRAND ARIVA Cargo Capacity Cargo tank including dome space (at cryogenic temperature = -163℃) Cargo tank excluding dome space (at cryogenic temperature = -163℃) Tank Capacity Water Ballast Fresh Water (excluding ST. mld.2230:NYK-SCF LNG SHIPPING No.208. *IWS.T.1 LTD S. Gas Oil 6.NO. BWMP(S)) pt higher tensile steel. SPEED Trial max.2229:GRAND ELENA S. 2004 S. 2006 (preliminary) S.O.25 barG at sea Minimum cargo temperature -163℃ Maximum cargo density 500 kg/m3 ShipRight (SDA). Service Delivery S.NO. DEADWEIGHT At Summer Draft o. Methane in independent spherical tanks type B. Maximum vapour pressure 0.2229: S.2230: May 20th.NO. PRINCIPAL DIMENSION Length Breadth Depth Design Draught Summer Draught Scantling Draught Normal Ballast Draught Heavy Ballast Draught Gross Tonnage Net Tonnage 4.a.122 m3 * 147.2230: November 29th.2230: Launching S. : 274.00 m * : preliminary abt. 2004 2. UMS.SERS. GENERAL Ship’s Name Owner Classification Registration Date Keel Laying S. 1969) *abt. Ship Type 2G. : : : : : : : : abt.600 m3 795.000. CM.p. mld.8 m3 4. SCM.O.20 m 9.G.NO.80 m 11.W.NO.NO.NO. +LMC. 19.2230: 1.NO.F.2229:NYK-SCF LNG SHIPPING No. 3.T. TONNAGE (International.3 Principal Particulars of Hull 5.2229: S.30 m This section will be rectified after completion of the test. mld. 2006 (preliminary) p.00 m 26.NO.C.NO.000 m3 54.NO. CAPACITY S.2229: January 15th. 2005 S.000 *abt.) Fuel Oil (Including Low Sulphur F.80 m 12.2230: March 15th.71.2229: February 4th.200 metric tons .2229: August 17th.122 m3 * 145. mld.288.G.25 m 12. mld.30 m 9.NO. LI. mld.5 knots on the designed draught at 100% MCR of main engine with 21% sea margin 100 % 100 % 98. excluding F. Drain ank) Diesel Oil I.208.123.5 % 100 % 100 % 100 % 100 % 100 % * 147.NO.1.TCM. 2005 Call Letter S. Ice Class 1B FS (hull).NO.800 m3 370 m3 200 m3 S.2 LTD Lloyd’s Register of Shipping +1A1 Liquefied Gas Carrier.00 m 49. Overflow tank and F. SCM with the descriptive notes “ShipRight (FDA.O. tank.

1.4

Principal Particulars of Machinery
1. Main Turbine
PARTICULARS Type & Number DESCRIPTION Impulse, reaction, two cylinders, cross-compounded marine steam turbine with articulated type double reduction type gear Mitsubishi MS36-2 1 set MCR (=NR) : 23,600kW (32,090PS)×80.0 rpm Astern Turbine: Output (Reference) abt. 8,100kw Operating conditions : For a period of 2 hours continuous running at 70 % of the max. ahead revolution (56.0 rpm) Design torque : 80 % of the max. ahead torque at 50 % of the max. ahead revolution ( 40.0 rpm) 5.88MPaG (60kg/cm2g)×510℃ at Ahead stop valve inlet Planetary gear type : 11kW × 1,800rpm 5.1kPaA (722mmHgV) at MCR (Sea water temperature=27℃) Main condenser : Scoop / pump cooling

Abbreviation List MCR NR S.W. F.W. L.O. F.O. D.O. G.S. K. D.P. TH M/T T/G D/G E/G IGG M.D. H. V. G. S. C. P. F.A. B.P. S. & T. D.D. T. CCS ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... Maximum Continuous Rating Normal Rating Sea Water Fresh Water Lubrication Oil Fuel Oil Diesel Oil General Service kg/cm2G Delivery Pressure Total Head Main Turbine Turbo Generator Diesel Generator Emergency Generator Inert Gas Generator Motor Driven Horizontal Vertical Gear Screw Centrifugal Piston Free Air Back Pressure Shell and Tube Type Diesel Driven Turbo Central Cooling System

Shaft Horsepower & Revolution Astern Turbine

Steam Conditions Turning Motor Vacuum Remarks

2. Main Boiler
PARTICULARS Type & Number DESCRIPTION Two-drum, water tube marine boiler with dual fuel burners Mitsubishi MB-3E 2 sets 6.0MPaG (61.5kg/cm2g)×515℃ at MCR condition : : : Maximum flow Temperature up Maximum MCR 55,000 kg/h 47,200 kg/h (at gas burning) 46,600 kg/h (at oil burning) : 38,000 kg/h limit at max. steam flow : 350℃

Steam Conditions at Superheater Outlet Evaporation (per each set) Internal Desuperheater Air Heater Economizer Ambient Room Temp Feed Water Temp. Fuel Oil

Steam heating type Extended surface type 50℃ at Forced draught fan suction 145℃ at Economizer inlet RMH55 as specified in ISO 8217:1996

1.4

Principal Particulars of Machinery
3. Shafting
PARTICULARS Thrust Shaft Intermediate Shaft No.1 Intermediate shaft No.2 Intermediate shaft Propeller Shaft Stern Tube Stern Tube Sealing DESCRIPTION Located on aft of the main reduction gear 1 set PARTICULARS Main Turbo Turbine Generator Set
NO.

5. Electric Generating Set
2 TYPE 6-stage impulse, condensing turbine with single reduction CAPACITY NOTES Steam condition:: 5.88MPaG×510℃, Exhaust condition: 6.7kPaA (710mmHgV) abt. 2,250kw at atmospheric back pressure

Mitsubishi AT42CT-B
abt.φ600 mm × abt. 5,600 mm in length abt.φ600 mm × abt.11,800 mm in length abt.φ880 mm × abt.11,960 mm in length Fabricated steel welded construction with oil lubricating bearing of white metal facing (WJ-2) Air seal type Generator 2 Main Diesel Generator Set Diesel 2 Generator 2 AC 6.6kV 3 phase, 60Hz, totally enclosed, brushless marine type 4,000 kVA (3,200 kW) 1,800rpm 1,690 kw 720 rpm 2,000 kVA (1,600 kW) 720 rpm 768 kW 1,800rpm 787.5 kVA (630 kW) 1,800rpm

Taiyo HPW 65B-4
Four cycle single acting turbo-charged trunk piston type Yanmar 6EY26L AC 6.6kV 3 phase, 60Hz, totally enclosed, brushless marine type

Taiyo HPW 558C-10

4. Propeller
PARTICULARS Type, Material & Number Diameter Pitch Area (Expanded) DESCRIPTION Six (6) blades, solid wet-fit keyless type, of Nickel aluminium bronze 1 set φ8,800mm φ7,770mm 41.0 m2

Emergency Generator Set

Diesel

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Four cycle radiator cooled type

STX KTA38DMGE
Generator 1 AC 450V 3 phase, 60Hz, totally enclosed, brushless marine type

Taiyo HPW 558C-10

1.4

Principal Particulars of Machinery
6. Pump for Fresh Water Handling
PARTICULARS Main condensate pump Drain pump Main feed water pump Cold start feed water pump Main condenser vacuum pump Central cooling fresh water pump Cargo mach. Cooling F.W. boost pump Fresh water pump Drink water pump Fire fighting fresh water pump Hot water circulating pump W/H & CCR unit cooler F.W. boost pump D/G cooling fresh water pump Dist. plant circ. water pump Dist water tank recirc. pump Fresh water tank recirc. pump Drink. water tank recirc. pump NO. 2 3 2 1 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 TYPE M.D.V.C. M.D.V.C. T.D.H.C. M.D.H.C. M.D.H.C. M.D.V.C. M.D.H.C. M.D.V.C. M.D.V.C. M.D.H.C. M.D.H.C. M.D.H.C. M.D.H.C. M.D.V.C. Diaphragm Diaphragm Diaphragm CAPACITY m /h × mTH 90 × 85 45 × 70 140×7.84 Mpa D.P. 5×2.45MPa.D.P. 5.1 kPaA (722 mmHgV) 600 × 22 55 × 20 10 × 65 5 × 65 5 × 110 5 × 15 55 × 20 90 × 20 130 × 10 3 × 70 (max) 3 × 70 (max) 3 × 70 (max) Pneumatic Pneumatic Pneumatic 22 × 3,600 22 × 1,800 55 × 1,800 5.5 × 1,800 11 × 1,800 5.5 × 3,600 7.5 × 3,600 1.5 × 3,600 5.5 × 1,800 7.5 × 1,800 7.5 × 1,200
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7. Pump for Sea Water Handling
MOTOR kW × rpm 45 × 1,800 22 × 1,800 PARTICULARS Main circulating pump Auxiliary circulating pump Main cooling S.W. pump Diesel generator cooling S.W. pump Water ballast Pump Water spray pump Main circulating pump Bilge & G.S. pump Fire & bilge pump Fire pump Eductor driving. & IGG cooling S.W. pump Engine room bilge pump Sewage discharge pump Distilling plant cooling S.W. pump Fire line pressurizing pump Bilge sep. service pump NO. 1 1 2 2 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 TYPE M.D.V.C. M.D.V.C. M.D.V.C M.D.V.C M.D.V.C. M.D.V.C. M.D.V.C. M.D.V.C. M.D.V.C. M.D.V.C. M.D.V.C. M.D.H.P M.D.V.C M.D.V.C. M.D.H.C M.D.H Snake CAPACITY m /h × mTH 5,000/2,600 X 3/6 5,000/2,600 X 3/6 650×20 200×25 2,800×35 1,050×100 5,000/2,600×3/6 255×35 (88×50) 170/255 ×100/35 (88 ×50) 170×100 1,000×40 5× 40 4× 20 105×50 13×100 5×0.343 MPa D.P With self-priming With self-priming
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MOTOR kW × rpm 80×360 80×360 55×1,800 22×1,800 375×1200 420 ×1,800 80×360 45×1,800 100/30×1,800/1,200 100×1,800 185×1,800 1.5×1,200 1.5×3,600 30×1,800 11×3,600 1.5×1,200

1.4

Principal Particulars of Machinery
8. Pump for Lub. Oil & Fuel Oil Handling
PARTICULARS Main L.O. pump Auxiliary L.O. pump. Control oil pump Stern tube L.O. pump L.O. transfer pump L.O. purifier feed pump T/G main L.O. pump T/G L.O. priming pump D/G main L.O. pump D/G L.O. priming pump F.O. burning pump Heavy F.O. transfer pump Diesel oil transfer pump Waste oil transfer pump NO. 1 2 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 2 4 1 1 1 TYPE M/T D.V.G. M.D.V.C. M.D.H. Vane M.D.H.G. M.D.H.G M.D.H.G. G/T D.V.G. M.D.H.G. G/E D.V.G. M.D.V.G. M.D.H.S. M.D.V.G. M.D.H.G. M.D.H. Snake CAPACITY m /h × Mpa D.P. 150×0.294 150×0.294 2.4×1.47 1×0.196 1×0.294 3.1×0.294 24×0.6 9×0.2 40×0.9 7.5×0.15 5.0×2.74 50×0.294 10×0.294 10×0.392 2.2×1,800 15×1,800 18.5×1,200 3.7×1,200 5.5×1,200 Engine room supply fan Engine room exhaust fan F.O. pump room exhaust fan F.O. heating room exhaust fan Gland exhaust fan Vent duct exhaust fan Boiler flame eye seal air fan Waste oil settling tank exhaust fan W/S welding space exhaust fan 4 2 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 M.D.V. Axial M.D.V. Axial M.D.V. Axial M.D.V. Axial M.D.H.C M.D.H.C M.D.H.C M.D.H.C M.D.V. Axial PARTICULARS Forced draught fan NO. 2 TYPE M.D.H.C. 3.7×1,800
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9. Air Compressor and Air Reservoir
MOTOR kW × rpm PARTICULARS Air compressor NO. 3 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 4 TYPE M.D. screw
M.D.H.P 2 stage

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NOTES F.W. cooled Oil injection Air cooled Air cooled
Dew point -40℃ at atmos.

MOTOR kW × rpm 75×1,800 5.5×1,800 abt.2 PS

Submerged

37×3,600 2.2×1,800 0.75×1,200 0.75×1,200 1.5×1,200

D/G starting air compressor E/G starting air compressor Control air dryer Control air receiver General service air receiver D/G. starting air receiver E/G starting air receiver Nitrogen buffer tank Air press. lighting system air receiver

D.D.H. Duplex adsorption Cylindrical. Cylindrical. Cylindrical. Cylindrical. Cylindrical. Cylindrical.

10. Fan
CAPACITY m /min × mmAq 950/1,110/1,900 ×500/650/500 1,650×50 1,800×15 100×40 50×40 100×40 7×300 50×150 4×900 10×150 20×20 No.1 No.2
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MOTOR kW × rpm 130/300/300 ×900/1,200/1,200 30×900 18.5×900 1.5×1,800 1.5×1,800 1.5×3,600 3.7×3,600 3.7×3,600 1.5×3,600 0.2×1,800

No1 is reversible

1.4

Principal Particulars of Machinery
11. Miscellaneous Machinery
PARTICULARS Distilling plant NO. 2 TYPE Plate type 1.5 ppm M.D.C. Total discharge Automatic discharge type
Sludge & solid waste disposal Ultraviolet Silver ion

12. Engine Workshop Machinery
NOTES MOTOR kW × rpm PARTICULARS
Lathe

CAPACITY 45 T/D

NO. 1 1

TYPE M.D. M.D.

CAPACITY C.D. : 2,000mm C.H. : 300mm Boring: Max. dia.: 32mm Milling: Table size : 800mm x 220mm Max. dia : 50mm Wheel dia.: 300mm 3-O2, 2-C2H2 200A

NOTES

MOTOR kW × rpm 5.5×900 5.5×1,800

1-S.W. cooled (S.W. Temp:30℃) 1-condens.cooled 5.5×1,800

L.O. purifier

1

3.1m3/h 5 m3/h (15ppm) 1,465 MJ/h (350 Mcal / h) 5 m3/h 90 T/D 2-Mineral

Combination Boling / milling Machine

Bilge separator

1

-

Pedestal drilling machine Pedestal grinder Gas welder

1 1 1 1 1 1 1

M.D. M.D. 2 wheels Acetylene D.C. arc

0.75×1,800 1.5×1,800

Incinerator Sterilizer Sterilizer Mineral injection unit Boiler water management system Chlorinator Sewage unit Unit cooler for switchboard room Unit cooler for mach. control room Unit cooler for instrument.& electric. workshop Unit cooler for engine workshop Unit cooler for laboratory Engine room heater N2 generator

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1

0.75×1,800 11×1,800

Electric welder Plasma arc welder Electric hoist

Naltrack 3000HP

M.D. hoist Electrolyze

0.95ton Injection rate 0.2 ppm

For work shop

1.5×1,800

Electrolyze

Injection rate 0.2 ppm 40 persons 100% capacity for each room 100% capacity 100% capacity

Chlorinator

Packaged Packaged Packaged

1 1 2 2

Packaged Packaged Steam heating Membrane

100% capacity 100% capacity 890kW 60 Nm3/h

1.4

Principal Particulars of Machinery
13. Heat Exchanger 14. Tank for L.O. Handling
PARTICULARS Main condenser Auxiliary condenser 1st stage feed water heater Deaerator feed water heater 3rd stage feed water heater Gland condenser CCS F.W. cooler Drain cooler L.O. cooler Stern tube L.O. cooler Hot water heater Boiler fuel oil heater Purifier L.O. heater D/G cooling fresh water cooler Stern tube L.O. fresh water heater Hydrant heater NO. 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 4 1 2 1 1 TYPE Vacuum type H.S. & T. Atmos. type H.S. & T. H.S. & T. Direct contact H.S. & T. H.S. & T. Plate H.S. & T. H.S. & T. H.S. & T. Electric & steam heating Steam heating Steam heating Plate Steam heating Steam heating 5 m3/h (20 to 80℃) 5.0 m3/h (60 to 150℃) 3.1 m3/h (40 to 85℃) F.W. 37℃ 2.0 m3/h (0 to 10℃) 200 m3/h (0 to 10℃) 16×1.2
Storage 360 liter

14. Tank for L.O. Handling
REMARKS S.W. 27℃ S.W. 32℃ C.W. 75℃ PARTICULARS L.O. sump tank L.O. gravity tank L.O. storage tank L.O. renovating tank Control oil tank NO. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 CAPACITY Storage: abt. 40 m3 Normal : 15 m3 abt.20 m3 abt.60 m3 abt.60 m3 0.5 m3 1.5 m3 0.015 m3 0.18 m3 5.0 m3 5.0 m3 5.0 m3 5.0 m3 0.4 m3 H.R. 0.2m2/m3 H.R. 0.2m2/m3 In double bottom H.R. 0.2m2/m3 H.R. 0.2m2/m3 HEATING COIL Fitted
(Around suction pipe)

CAPACITY 5.1 kPaA

TUBE O.D.×t. 19×0.7 19×0.7 19×1.2

REMARKS In double bottom Hull construction Hull construction Hull construction
Attached on M/T

Storage capacity: 22.5 m3

F.W. 37 ℃ 16×1.2 Each 100% cap. S.W. 32℃ F.W. 37℃ Each 100% cap. S.W. 27℃ F.W. 37℃ With 2×20 kW electric heater Each 100% capacity of a boiler

Stern tube L.O. drain tank Stern tube FWD seal oil tank Stern tube AFT seal oil tank Aux. turbine L.O storage tank Aux. turbine L.O. renovating tank Gen. engine L.O. storage tank Gen. engine L.O. renovating tank L.O. sludge tank

In double bottom

Each 100% cap S.W. 30℃

0.12m2/m3 Hull construction In double bottom Bilge hold tank Clean drain tank Separated bilge oil tank Vacuum Unit tank for vacuum toilet system Dist. 1. 3.O.000 m3 Total abt. overflow tank IGG gas oil tank Waste oil settling tank F. 0.R.R.R.O.100 m3 Abt. 75 m3 abt.1m2/m3 H.O. 0.O. 0.6m2/m3 H. 1.15 m3 0. 0.12m2/m3 H. expansion tank Fresh water pressure tank Fire fight F.O. Handling PARTICULARS Forward F.5 m3 HEATING COIL REMARKS Hull construction Hull construction Hull construction H. engine D.06m2/m3 H.0 m3 H.R. storage tank Gen.O.1m2/m3 H.R.1. service tank E/G engine D.0 m3 1. 1 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 CAPACITY abt.1m2/m3 H.R.R. 0.R.200 m3 Total abt.1m2/m3 Hull construction Hull construction Hull construction 0.R. tank D. additive tank NO.10 m3 5. 0.R.1m2/m3 H.O.1m2/m3 H. 370 m3 Total abt. 0. 0.1m2/m3 H. 600 m3 abt. Tank for F. Tank for Fresh Water & Bilge Handling NO. Plant Circ.R. 0.O. 0.20 m3 Abt. 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 CAPACITY abt. 0. side tank F. service tank F.R.R. 100 m3 1 m3 2 m3 4 m3 HEATING COIL H. Water Tank Drinking water Pressure tank . 100 m3 abt.0 m3 2.R. service tank Incinerator D.06m2/m3 H.R.0 m3 2.W.06m2/m3 H.1m2/m3 H.000 m3 Total abt.1m2/m3 In double bottom Hull construction Hull construction REMARKS Hull construction Hull construction Hull construction Hull construction Hull construction Hull construction Hull construction PARTICULARS Fresh water tank Drink.5 m3 6 m3 1. Water tank Distilled water tank Drain inspection tank Atmospheric drain tank CCS F.W.0 m3 1.O. 100 m3 Total abt. 0.O. 0.R. tank F. 200 m3 1. 0. pressure tank Boiler compound tank Oxygen scavenging chemical tank 16.O.O. 0.4 Principal Particulars of Machinery 15.15 m3 Abt. 50 m3 3 m3 1 m3 abt.06m2/m3 H. settling tank Low sulphur F. drain tank F.

PUMP E/R BILGE PUMP D/G C. L.O L. PUMP 45 DN FIRE PUMP DIST. FIRE & BILGE PUMP UP ATMOS DRAIN TK MAIN CONDR DN . PUMP T. PUMP BILGE SEP. PUMP NO.1.O MAIN L. CIRC.3 WATER BALLAST PUMP W. BOARD FOR BALLAST LINE 42 39 36 S/T AIR CONT. GEAR S/T FWD SEAL OIL TK N AI DR TK 19 S/T L. L. PUMP DRAIN PUMP LL AUX. PUMP ) OW . W B. PUMP AUTO BACK-WASH FILTER L.O. UNIT UP BILGE & G. HIG 59 HS . UP 33 B. NO.S. PUMP UP DRAIN COLLECT.C.O.S L. CONDR SEA BA Y REDUCT. EDUCTOR EDUCTOR DRIVING & IGG C.2 WATER BALLAST PUMP AI N TK B. UP AUX. COOLER LIF AC TS E MAIN CIRC.S EC .C L.T K C L 64 VOID NO . UNIT ESC ALARM CHAMBER AP ET S/T RU NK O.O.T K LG BI EH OL D TK DN 45 TK OIL GE .W. 28 19 B.O PT UM K UP CL DN SP 33 36 39 42 UP LIF AUX. L.W.1WATER BALLAST PUMP UP PA CE ECHO SO .5a Machinery Arrangement -Tank Top Plan 69 64 54 WATER SPRAY PUMP 49 BALLAST STRIP. CLR DN L. FEED PUMP TK IN RA . PUMP UP 49 54 BIL GE PR IM . PURIF.8 W . 59 .S. PLANT COOL. UP HO DN T WE 24 UP UP AUX. W. PUMP NO. PUMP 24 28 S/T L.O. UND.D L.O.O. BIL SEP WASTE OIL TRANS. W S/T AFT SEAL OIL TK .O.W.SERV. W .O. PUMP DN FIRE LINE PRESS. S. PUMP MAIN COND.UNIT MAIN COOL.W.S. & MA G. (L S.B .D RA IN TK DN BILGE SEP. TRANSF. NO . LO G EA N DN DR COM P.B 69 TANK TOP PLAN . PUMP DN SOLENOID V. S. STRAINER . PUMP DN B. SLUDGE COLLECTOR UP F.8 W.O.

PUMP H.O.PUMP C L 19 24 H.PLANT (S. PUMP D/G COOL.F.PU MP RO OM (P ) DIST.SLUDGE TK CLEAN. PLANT CIRC.W.W.PLANT (C. COF 49 ND ER ) 45 42 AF T . UP UP 33 1ST STAGE FEED W.F.W.W.L. E TEL.O. CLR UP 36 DRAIN CLR ) M(S ROO UMP F.T LL (P) . TRANS. DN DN UP UP DIST. SIDE TK(S) . SI W.S F. V.TRANS. TK CUNO FILTER F.O. CLR 28 UP DN SPARE MOTOR FOR AUX.O SU F. PUMP D/G COOL.1. F. DIST.O.W.) DIST.O 39 . V.O. PLANT CIRC.O.S ID K ET (P )(U 36 MAIN DUMP V.BOOTH UP DN LI FT SP AC E CCS F. L. 64 69 F.GEAR L.P.) ESCAPE TRU NK V. F.O. UP . SE F.TURB. P'P PIPE PASS.T . UP UP PURIF. PUMP CHLORINATOR DN GREASE EXTRACT.O .O .O 45 F. BURN.C.T . CIRC. DN DN DN SP LIFT AC . GLAND CONDR & EXH. TK DN 24 UP 19 DN DN N REDUCT. BURN.P L. FLO . TK (S) 4TH DECK PLAN .O .TURB. TABLE 33 DRAIN INSPECT.S TT.T F. F.TK (S) LP .O .O .O TK WT K(U N AFT W DE R) 39 . BAL L.C. PUMP D.W.OV 42 RF HU ET ER T. 28 V. HTR L.S ID E T U K( ND 49 54 59 LO ER W ) COFF. HTR MAIN CONDR VACUUM PUMP F.O. PURIF.FAN V. IDE TK BA TK (P) DE TK K (P) (P ) F.W. GAUGE BOARD LI FT CENTRAL COOL.5b Machinery Arrangement -4th Deck Plan 69 64 59 54 F.P. PUMP F.O.T .

L. 64 69 39 36 33 TK (P ) F.O . 45 49 54 LOW SP E AC SUL PHU T AF RF ER AT W . F. PRESS.5c Machinery Arrangement -3rd Deck Plan 42 45 49 54 59 COFF.T 9 .W. F. . PUMP RM EXH. SID ER ET LL K(P T ) V. PUMP LIF TS PA CE P E AC UP D. V. TK COFF.W. FAN MAIN FD W.T W T. PANEL V NO .2 DI S ST NO.W.O .1 D/G START. RM COOL. SID ET K(P ) AS BA UP UP 24 19 14 E OR ST COMBUSTION AIR BLOWER I. SID E TK (S) TK(S TK ) (S ) UP STERILIZER(UV TYPE) NO.8 W. W W F. G AF 28 AT I. B. AIR COMP.T K MINERAL INJECT.W.1 AIR COMP. PUMP RM EXH.G. AIR COMP.O.O.2 AIR RECEIV.2 NO. TK & PUMP UNIT CARGO MACH. F. PUMP UNIT T F.O.G.V. CONT. GRAT.G. FAN UP SEWAGE UNIT . TK DRIN K. STEERING ENGINE ROOM DOSING & DILUTION STATION UP UP NO.2 UP MAIN BLR NO. 9 14 V. SPACE STERILISER (SILVER ION) FIRE FIGHT. TK LIF T LIF TM OT R OR M C L UP NO.R .1 MAIN BLR UP UP UP F. NO. GENERATOR AL IC EM CH M .1 DN UP UP NO. SE TT.W. 59 F. ENG .8 W. AIR RECEIVER UP UP CONT. PUMP 3RD STG FD.2 H/V TRANS.2 MAIN TURBO GENERATOR NO. NO. F. AY IR W STA ESCAPE TRUNK FIRE FIGHT.G I.O.O.1 MAIN TURBO GENERATOR UP UP UP CE PA TS LIF NO.O .T.F. BOOST PUMP F.9 BALLAST SOL.W. NO.W.T. 19 T AS LL BA 64 F. 69 3RD DECK PLAN . K NO .O W . SPACE REMOV. TK & PUMP UNIT LOCAL FIRE CONT. TK LOCAL FIRE PUMP UNIT UP UP LIF TS NO.DIESEL GENE.1 AIR RECEIV. BOARD NO . UNIT VACCUM TOILET SYS.T. TK SHO WER SPA CE .1.PANEL F. GENE.3 AIR COMP. B. 28 33 36 39 42 NO .1 DI COLD START FD W. AIR DRYER NO.2 AUX.1 H/V TRANS. PRESS.O .W . . AIR RECEIVER CONT.T. PUMP NO. ST ORE SPARE MOTORS 24 LIF T. SE TK TT. NO. DAIRY TK UP UP LO GR AV IT Y TK NO. PANEL MICRO FOG PUMP PANEL LOCAL FIRE FIGHT SYS. SERV. PRESS.HTR K CONT. DIESEL GENE.2 D/G START. UP UP NO.2 AIR COMP.1 AUX. TK(P ) F.

W.1/(D) NO.R M CLEAN. COOLER & DRYER EM CH D. O. .G . F. & ANALY. C ONT ROL FT LI C L DN M PACKAGE AIR COND. G . UP PACKAGE AIR COND. ROO DN CE DN UP BLR F.R SW IT CH BO AR D RM (S ) ) ) TK B. & ANALY.2 LIF TS DN PA NO HEA . TURB.B . TK . SAMPLE COND.O TIN . SYS. BLR FLAME EYE SEAL AIR FAN TK F. TK AUX.G I. OIL TK V.HTR (U) NO.O TK(S PHU .O I. W. GR M DN DRINK. . G.T K( S) . FOUNTAIN UP BLR SOLENOID VALVE BOARD UP AUX.T K LOW F. IN AIR PURGE LIGHT. TT SINK R F.O.T O . NO.T K .TK (P ) F.T L. . L.2 F.T V. SINK NO . .O. SYS.O . RENOV. UNIT NO.R .S Y.W E AC .T K( S) 24 L.O SUL F. TO BO R. NO UP UP 8W . O. HTR (2 SETS) D AR BO CH IT W S UP DN ) (P RM BOG PIPE HOO D BNR CLEAN.R EN 19 WELD. TK UP OIL MIST DETECT.1/(D) NO. F.O. T W 45 49 54 59 64 69 2ND DK PLAN . L. TK M G/E .T W. D.2 V. ST G/E OR L. W. BOOST PUMP UP UP HOT W.O TIN . HTG RM EXH.O . ST OR GAS BLOWER .O. HTG RM EXH. AF T TK(P ) NDE TT. OX .1 F. PACKAGE AIR COND. FAN WO RK OV SH OP D. TK O L.WORK SHOP FEED W.2 F.PUMP W/H & CCR UNIT COOL. CONT. RE NO G/E V. DK BLR GAUGE BOARD LIF PACKAGE AIR COND.1 G NO SERV. STOR.CIRC. TABLE DN TS PA CE DN AFT MOOR.B DR TT K.TK . NO HEA .G. CONT. GA SO IL T K W AT ER BA LL . TURB. NG HATCH . 59 64 69 36 33 28 24 DN 39 42 CONDENSING UNIT I. PACKAGE AIR COND. AT 28 33 36 39 42 AF ER BA LL . UNIT T. FAN VISCO.T.O.T K( P) COFF. HTR (2 SETS) (U) NO.1 D TK IST M . COFF.W DIS BLR SAMPLE COND. SE 19 LS TO RE ICA COF F.O K .5d Machinery Arrangement -2nd Deck Plan 45 49 54 COFF.O E .T V. D. SID ET K(S PACKAGE AIR COND.2 BLR F.O. ELECTRICAL & INSTR. SID ET K(P R) ) LAB OR ATO RY NO W.1. FAN VISCO. .O /E TK . TK NO.O K . SE TT.1 F. ST OR . MAC HI.O . SPACE EXH.2 SERV .(U .8 NO COFF. GR M UP UP UP HOT W.

W.T DAMPER COFF.F. DAMPER V.D UCT 28 28 33 36 39 42 33 36 39 DN R G.1 EXH.T V.T V.O 28 33 36 DN UP F.O. TK C L SMALL HATCH DEAERAT.DU RM HTR E/G CONT. TK CHEMICAL LKR PAINT STORE RM HTR EXH. & OA MT AN KR M EXH.T 49 28 V.T V.R . FD W. WALL VENT.( CO EXH N GE E.O. EXP.HTR 33 36 C L VENTURI DN INCINE.5e Machinery Arrangement -Engine Casing Deck Plan 28 33 SHORE POWER CONN. TK V.AIR COMP. SW RM BD ) DK P.G . LOUVER BATTERY CHARGER 42 UPPER DECK PLAN A DECK PLAN B DECK PLAN . HTR TS PA BOLTED PLATE VENTURI CE F. TANK 42 N2 GE NE .START AIR RESERV.GAS ECONOMIZER INCINE.W.D. .PUMP UNIT RM DECK WORK SHOP NO. EMERG. FAN SPARE MOTOR DN DN UP DEAERAT.D. ENG.W. OIL STORE V. D.GE ERG EM E/G D.GAS ECO.RM DN NO.T WET GAS BLOWER L. ADD.MACH. SILENCER FOR D/G EHX.G .T 42 49 28 V.FD.D.GENE.T V.TK D/G C. PIPE CONTROL PANEL GARBAGE STR NO. TK ECO. FAN A/C UNIT RM & REF. FAN 33 36 C L CABLE DRUM FOR SHIP TO SHIP 33 36 CCS F.PANEL BATTERY SUC.T 33 36 V.PROV. DE ER UN EM FF.GENE.T 33 36 V. SE RV.GAS ECO. SPARE TUBE SPACE V. & HYD.R M COMPRESSOR I.2 EXH. TK HYD.O. SERV.T WASTE OIL SETT. UNIT C B O2 OTT F . . GENE. COFF.RM DN N2 GENE. EXP. BOX 36 N2 BUFF. RM UP UP UP UP DN INCINERATOR DN UP VENT DUCT EXH.1 EXH. FAN LIF 39 42 UP CT EMERG.1.DAMPER EMERG.T 42 F. DN DN DN DN UP UP DECK STORE UP F. UP M NE.

W. FD.T 42 28 33 36 39 42 MIST SEPARATOR MIST SEPARATOR BOLTED PLATE SU PP LY VE NT FA NR M RM SU NO.2 E/R SUPPLY VENT FAN E/R NO .2 E/R EXH. HTR UP DN 33 36 C L RM NO .T 42 28 33 LOUVER 36 LOUVER 39 V.2 E/R EX H.4 NO .1 EN NT TF E/R MIST SEPARATOR 28 NO LOUVER LOUVER .1 RM N E/R NO.2 E/R SU PP NO LY . VENT FAN LOUVER RM DN LOUVER UP DEAERAT.T 33 36 39 42 28 33 36 39 42 28 33 36 39 42 C DECK PLAN D DECK PLAN CASING TOP PLAN . VENT FAN DN BOLTED PLATE NR FA V. VE NT FA N DN NO .3 E/R SU PP L PP LY NO YV VE . FAN NO V. VE NT FA N DN NO BOLTED PLATE 33 36 C L 33 36 C L FUNNEL UP EX H.T E/R .4 E /R S VE UPP PP NT L LY EN YV FA VE TF AN NT RM NR M FA BOLTED PLATE N NO. TK EXH. NT VE RM PP SU SU MIST SEPARATOR WASTE OIL SETT.1 E/R EXH.1 E/R SUPPLY VENT FAN (REV. T 33 36 39 V.5f Machinery Arrangement -Engine Casing Deck Plan 28 NO.1.4 E/R SUPPLY VENT FAN V.2 E/R .3 NO AN FA .3 E/R SUPPLY VENT FAN LY SU PP LY VE T NT BOLTED PLATE V.1 E/R BOLTED PLATE FA M NR M NO.) NO.

W T. W.T K 4TH DK 9. ESCAPE TRUNK VOID AUX.2 H/ V TA R AN S. DR AIN TK (S) 13 16 19 24 28 33 36 39 42 45 49 54 59 64 45. F. CO MP B.W .1. GAS ECONOMIZER LIFT TRUNK 49 54 59 64 UPP.(P) TK (S ) SE A BA Y ) . TK (P) INK . RM BO SW G IT B CH PIP OA RD EH RM (P& D AFT MOOR.T ) TK (P) F. 3RD DK 15.1 LIF 14 STEER ENG. 69 . W.F .O . DK G DECK F DECK E DECK EX H. PUMP ATMOS. L.850 MAIN BOILER K(S .W . W.D IN RA TK K TAN MP . SP AC E MAIN TURBO GENE.DK 27875 S) STAIR WAY OO BLR GAUGE BOARD STEAM AIR HEATER CON T. DK 23267 MA CH.W DIS .2 OT OR RM NO TM NO .900 X 50) E & CHO MA S G. BRI.W TANK TOP . SU L. BRI.5g Machinery Arrangement -Elevation Plan COMP. S/T SEA CHEST (S) FOR EMERG.P. DR DIS .650 A.O .550 FLAT RAIL FOR M/T RAIL FOR PROP.HTR V.T.000 (FR SP. FIRE PUMP L. CONDR .O. BI LG E O SEA CHEST (S) IL CL EA N. 16. VE F NT AN M NR FA NT VE LY PP SU SU P FA PLY N R VE NT M RM D DECK E/R SUPPLY VENT FAN E/R SUPPLY VENT FAN C DECK B DECK DEAERATOR FD. DRAIN TK (S) B.(P B. A DECK V. FAN EXH. TK( S) T.D. SHAFT NO .T. DR AIN TK L. DK NAV.O SE P.470 CO OL S/T WATER BALLAST PUMP AUX. OU LO ND G . 2ND DK 22.W.

EXT. S/T STBD STBY STC STD STG STM STR S.P. Absolute GLOSSARY ABBREVIATION DP DSH ECR E.P. COMPR COND. G. WC W/H W.W.D.P.G. H/D HDR HFO HTD HTG HTR HYD. DK D.V. ENG.C.O.B.D. H H.V.1.H. CONDR CONDS D. C CAP. SW T TBN Low Duty Lubricating Oil Low Pressure GLOSSARY ABBREVIATION T. F. AHD AST ATMOS.W. LPSG M M/B MCR M.6 Glossary of Symbols ABBREVIATION A A/C ACC ACCOM.C. COND. P.O. F.V. FWR G G.R.W. WB W. ICAS IGG IR L LCL GLOSSARY Differential Pressure Desuperheater Engine Control Room Emergency Fire Pump Engine Engine Room Exhaust External Fuel Gas Fuel Oil Fresh Water Feed Water Feed Water Regulator Gauge or Gear Gas Oil General Service Generator Engine Generator High or Horizontal High Pressure High Duty Header Heavy Fuel Oil Heated Heating Heater Hydraulic or Hydrant Integrated Control and Automation System Inert Gas Generator Infrared Low or Level Local ABBREVIATION L/D L.W.O. D.C. BD BLR BMS BNR BOG B. T/C T/G TK UV V V. AUX. D/G DIST. T.O.F. L. F. FD. CCR CCS CLR CMR COFF.T. MSB M/T NOR NR OVBD P P.S. W. GLOSSARY Temperature Control Valve Total Head Turbo Charger Turbo Generator Tank Ultraviolet Vacuum or Vertical or Valve Vent Trunk Water or Working Wash Basin Water Ballast Water Closet Wheel-House Waste Oil Air Conditioner Automatic Combustion Control Accommodation Ahead Astern Atmosphere Auxiliary Board Boiler Burner Management System Burner Boil Off Gas Bilge Well Compound or Centrifugal Capacity Cargo Control Room Central Cooling System Cooler Cargo Machinery Room Cofferdam Compressor Condition or Conditioner Condensate Water Condenser Condensate Diesel Driven Diesel Generator Distilling or Distilled Deck Diesel Oil Discharge Pressure Low Pressure Steam Generator Motor Main Boiler Maximum Continuous Rating or Machinery Control Room Motor Driven Main Switch Board Main Turbine Normal Normal Rating Overboard Pressure or Piston or Pump or Pipe Pressure Control Valve Pressure Reducing Valve Reduction Gear Room Solenoid or Screw Sea Chest Stern Tube Starboard Standby Steam Temperature Control Standard Stage Steam Store Sea Water Switch Temperature or Turbine Turbine .O.P.W. G/E GEN. E/R EXH. R/G RM S S.

Connected Air Vent Pipe Stop Valve Welded End M Joint . Water Tight Bulkhead Crossing Blank Flange Spectacle Flange "O" . . .1. Flanged Air Pipe Head without Wire Net Three Way Valve Joint . Welded Air Pipe Head with Wire Net M Electric Moter Operated Valve Swing Check Valve Reducer Penetration. . Not Connected Hopper with Cover Stop Valve Screw Down Stop Check Valve Electric Moter Operated Screw Down Stop Check Valve Lift Check Valve Crossing Pipes. . Not Connected Hopper SYMBOLS FOR PIPE DIAGRAM IN MACHINERY PART (2/6) Stop Valve Geared Valve Crossing Pipes. Normal Close Orifice Sounding Head with Wire Cap Sounding Head with Self Closing Cock Deck Filling Piece Hose Valve Butterfly Check Valve Pressure Reducing Valve Float Check Valve Safety or Relief Valve Diaphragm Valve Deck Scupper Self Closing Valve Ball Valve Deck Scupper with Plug Emergency Shut Off Valve S Needle Valve Flexible Pipe or Hose Boss Regulating Valve Solenoid Valve Expansion Joint Boss with Plug Butterfly Valve Electric Moter Operated Butterfly Valve Hydraulically Operated Butterfly Valve Gate Valve Electric Moter Operated Gate Valve Piston Valve Open Bilge Driving Oil Line M Diaphragm Operated Valve Diaphragm Operated Valve with Positioner Three Way Rotary Valve Self Contained Pressure Control Valve Hose Coupling Control Air Line Bellmouth Capillary Tube Sprinkler Electric Cable M .6 Glossary of Symbols SYMBOLS FOR PIPE DIAGRAM IN MACHINERY PART (1/6) Crossing Pipes. Normal Open "C" .

1.6 Glossary of Symbols SYMBOLS FOR PIPE DIAGRAM IN MACHINERY PART (3/6) Self Contained Temperature Control Valve (With Handle) Wax Type Temperature Control Valve Air Vent Valve Y-Type Strainer or Filter SYMBOLS FOR PIPE DIAGRAM IN MACHINERY PART (4/6) Tray or Coaming Float Type Flow Gauge Mud Box Salinity Cell E Seal Pot with Ethylene Glycol Rose Box Gauge Glass with Valve PS Pressure Switch Separator Flat Glass Level Gauge DPS Differential Pressure Switch Degassing Valve Pump Float Level Gauge TS Thermal Switch Drain Trap with Filter Regulating and Stop Valve with Filter Cock Hand Pump LI Diaphragm Level Gauge FS Float Switch Ejector or Eductor Local Indication LS Limit Switch Electric Current/Pneumatic Converter Transmitter Silencer Remote Indication I/P Three Way Cock (L-Port) Steam Horn or Air Horn T Thermometer Three Way Cock (T-Port) Flame Arrester P Pressure Gauge For Trial Use Four Way Cock Sea Chest C Compound Gauge Cock with Lock Overboard Distance Piece V Vacuum Gauge Self Closing Cock Rose Plate DP Differential Pressure Gauge Fauset Bilge Hat L Level Indicator Simlex Strainer or Filter Sight Glass in Line SI Salinometer Duplex Strainer or Filter Sight Glass on Tank FS Flow Meter .

6 Glossary of Symbols SYMBOLS FOR PIPE DIAGRAM IN MACHINERY PART (5/6) AC Automatic Changeover FM Flow Monitoring PM SYMBOLS FOR PIPE DIAGRAM IN MACHINERY PART (6/6) Pressure Monitoring TA Temperature Alarm AOS Automatic Open and Shut FR Flow Recording PR Pressure Recording TI Temperature Indication AS Automatic Stop H High QA Quality Alarm TIC Temperature Control ASLD Automatic Slow Down L Low QI Quality Indication TM Temperature Monitoring ASS Automatic Start and Stop LA Level Alarm QM Quality Monitoring TR Temperature Recording AST Automatic Stop LI Level Indication QR Quality Recording VA Viscosity Alarm DPA Differential Pressure Alarm LIC Level Control RI Running Indication VI Viscosity Indication DPI Differential Pressure Indication LM Level Monitoring RM Running Monitoring VIC Viscosity Control DPM Differential Pressure Monitoring LR Level Recording RO Remote Operation VM Viscosity Monitoring DPR Differential Pressure Recording MFA Malfunction Alarm SA Stop Alarm VR Viscosity Recording ES Emergency Stop Operation OI Opening Indication SAH Salinity Alarm XA Miscellaneous Alarm ESA Emergency Stop Alarm OIO Open Position Indication SI Salinity Indication XI Miscellaneous Indication ESD Emergency Shut Down OIS Shut Position Indication SM Salinity Monitoring XM Miscellaneous Monitoring FA Flow Alarm PA Pressure Alarm SR Salinity Recording XR Miscellaneous Recording FI Flow Indication PI Pressure Indication FIC Flow Control PIC Pressure Control .1.

000 12.000 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Ship's Speed Vs(kn) .000 8. 14.000 6.000 18.7 Ship Speed Power Curve 30.000 22.000 10.000 Output SHP(kw) 20.000 26.000 16.000 28.000 24.000 This section will be rectified after completion of the test.1.

1 2.4 2.7 To Bring Vessel into Live Condition To Prepare Main Plant for Operation (Raising Steam) To Prepare Main Plant for Manoeuvring from In Port Condition To Change Main Plant from Manoeuvring to Normal Conditions To Change Main Plant from Normal to Manoeuvring Conditions To Secure Plant at Finished with Engines To Secure Plant for Dry Dock .6 2.2 2.5 2.3 2.PART 2 : MACHINERY COMMISSIONING OPERATIONAL OVERVIEW 2.

1 To Bring Vessel Into Live Condition Note: This procedure assumes that the main turbine and the main condenser are not readily available. Start up the main diesel generator and place in parallel with emergency generator. Ensure that the level in the main sump is correct.3 Prepare the emergency generator for operation. Ensure the LO gravity tank is overflowing.4.3 5.4.1MPa. Start one main LO pump and allow the system to circulate. Start the E R vent fans.2. supply diesel oil to the burner using atomizing air. Dead Ship Condition Shore Supply Available Establish shore supply. 3. Supply main and emergency lighting throughout the vessel. Open the steam inlet and drains to one fuel oil heater and allow the fuel temperature to rise slowly 4.1 7.3. placing the coil drains to the contaminated drains system.2 Put the following into operation: Cooling sea water system. If the boiler has been shut down for a long period. The 6. The auxiliary steam system. 3.5 3. begin to flash up the boiler.1 With a burner in a boiler.2 4. 3.1 Put the control air systems into operation.5 Put the fire detection system into operation.0Mpa desuperheated steam system. 4.1.2 Start the emergency generator and supply the emergency and main switchboards through the respective breakers 5. 3.2 5. with suction from the distilled water tank. together with necessary ventilation.1 3. 3. 4.0Mpa desuperheated steam system.2.3.3. 10.2 3.7.2 Next Page .5 Supply main and emergency lighting throughout the vessel. The emergency generator will automatically disconnect from the switchboard 3.2 5.3 Fill a boiler to 100mm below the normal water level by using the cold start feed water pump.4. hydraulic power pack for the ship side valves. The superheater vent valve Ensure all steam line drains are open.1 Shut the drum vent when steam issues from it.1.2 Put the generator air start system into operation. cooling fresh water system. With all required vents and drains open. 3.1.6 Check all main turbine LO system lines are satisfactory. Open the valves to the heating coils of one F O settling tank. together with necessary ventilation.2 Open the boiler stop valves to: The superheated steam system.2 3. Ensure that the furnace is adequately purged prior to ignition.1. 5. at approximately 0.3.1.2. with the LO cooler drain valves closed.4. No Shore Supply Available 5.4.5 3.4 Start the boiler forced draught fan.2 3.3. Check all sight glasses on bearings and gearing for oil flow.2. The 1.3 3.2.5. If necessary fill the emergency diesel generator fuel tank from drums. use a low fuel pressure to ensure heat and boiler pressure rise slowly.3.

2 Having warmed through and drained the atomising steam system. The boiler should now be providing normal steam pressure to the turbine generator. Close the atomising air supply valve 025VPB or 035VPB.4 5. Unload the diesel generator and parallel the turbine generator with the diesel generator.1 To Bring Vessel Into Live Condition Previous Page Recirculate DO around the fuel rail until its temperature reaches approximately 70℃. air conditioning units.5. 3.5Mpa.2. However. 4.g.2 As the steam pressure rises. 4. use the cold start feed water pump to maintain the boiler water level.0MPa. electrical power may be supplied through the shore breaker. change the burner atomising to steam. main feed pump and fuel oil heating etc. warm through and start up a turbine generator. 3.2 With the boiler superheater being circulated.6 5. such as refrigeration units.6 Ensure that the ICAS has taken the control of the boiler out of the flashing ramp to the normal control mode.3. fans not in use. Ensure systems and components that have been used are put back on standby condition or isolated e. Raise HFO temperature steadily.2 Start the auxiliary sea water circulating pump to supply the auxiliary condenser. 5. The turbine exhaust will go the either the deaerator or the auxiliary condenser. galley and accommodation supplies etc.3.3. 4.4. With the boiler now being fired on HFO.4. The exhaust will dump to the auxiliary condenser. cold start feed water pump. the fuel oil pressure will require adjusting to maintain a steady and safe pressure rate.4 (Note: If the vessel is in dry dock or alongside a shore installation.3 Vessel in Live Condition .1 Start up all the remaining auxiliaries.2 3. this is normally used for dry dock purposes when separate arrangements are made for cooling sea water supplies to cooling fresh water cooler. Continue to raise steam pressure.3.2.3. when boiler pressure reaches 1.1 4. all the boiler drains and vents can now be closed in. Change the burner over to HFO and shut down the diesel oil supply.1 3.1. emergency diesel generator etc. At 1.1. 3.1. 3.2 Put the auxiliary condenser condensate and drain system into operation pump. At approximately 2.5. Check each system is now operational and gradually change over all control systems to automatic and/or remote.5MPa put one main feed pump into operation to maintain the boiler level. Unload and shut down the diesel generator. with fuel and air under the control of the ICAS. and steam being supplied to the feed pump and turbine generator. 4.

3.2 Continue to raise the steam pressure. with exhausts and dumps to the auxiliary condenser. flash the boiler and adjust the air and fuel to the minimum for good combustion.2 Fill the boiler to approximately 80mm above the normal operating level. and the firing ramp has reset. (Note: The length of time the boiler has been out of operation governs the amount of time to allow for raising steam.3.3.2 Before opening the superheater valves. Reset all boiler trips. When the superheated temperature approaches the in-use boiler. 0.2 Start the stern tube and shaft seal LO system. Maintain water level control on manual. 4.5. before continuous firing.3. At approx. Ensure that the IAS has normal control of combustion and level control. 4.) 4.2 To Prepare Main Plant for Operation (Raising Steam) One Boiler in Operation And Auxiliary Plant Operation Open the vents on the superheater inlet pipe.3. slowly open the superheater system stop valves.2 Allow the fuel temperature to rise to approx.2 At approximately 5MPa. ensure the line drains to the in-use main feed pump and turbine generator are open. Ensure careful use of the filling valve and closely monitor the deaerator and boiler water levels. 3. on the non-operational boiler. 3. and the drains on the desuperheater and superheater. Supply steam to the air heater. 90°C.2 4.5. Place the boiler controls on manual and local in the ICAS. Allow the pressure to increase to that of the in-use boiler and float the boiler on-line by opening the main valve and closing the drains and the bypass valve. 3. 4. open up the desuperheated system main valve bypass valve. close the vent valve. Commence circulating fuel oil through the main fuel rail to raise the temperature. 4.2 Close all drains and vents.3. 4.4 Ensure that all drains from the main condenser sea water pipes are closed.1 Isolate the auxiliary feed line to normal condition and line up the main feed line from the main feed pump. 4.1MPa and with steam emitting from the superheater inlet pipe vent. closing in the various drains as required to maintain good drainage without excessive water loss.2 Slowly raise the steam pressure.7. Open atomising steam to the burners.3. 4. with suction and recirculation from the deaerator. one turbine generator and one main feed pump.2.2 Fit clean burner atomizers. ensuring all valves on the system are open. 4.3. using the main feed pump on the auxiliary feed system. the greater the number of flashes and soaks should be allowed. 4.4 Next Page .3. Start a main sea water circulating pump to the main condenser.3.3. Purge the boiler furnace. The plant is now operating with two boilers.2 Start a forced draft fan. When the purge sequence is completed. The longer the unit has been off line.

2 3.1 When the auxiliary condenser has cooled down. Start the main condensate pump. discharge and casing vent to one of the main condensate pumps.1.6 Place all pumps in use to remote start and their second pumps to standby conditions. 3. transfer the turbine generator and other exhausts to the main condenser.3 4. When the vacuum approaches 700mmHg. 4. 3.6 Main Plant Ready For Operation . Isolate and shut down the auxiliary condenser.2 Crack open the main turbine gland steam make-up bypass valve and allow the turbine to warm through slowly.3 4. Adjust the controller set steam pressure.5.2 To Prepare Main Plant for Operation (Raising Steam) Previous Page Start the main turbine turning gear. Open the suction.2.2 The plant is now operating with both boilers.2 Ensure all the exhaust and drain systems are transferred from the auxiliary to the main condenser.2.1 4. with all required valves open.6 Start the gland condenser exhaust fan. 4.1 Start the one of main condenser vacuum pumps.6 Open the gland steam inlet valve 057VPB. The main turbine has its vacuum raised with gland steam in use.2. The main turbine and stern tube LO systems are in use. Fill the main condenser to a working level from a distilled water tank.1. 3. 3.3. 3. all exhaust dumps to the main condenser and both main condensate and atmospheric drain systems in use.1. The main turbine is being turned with the turning gear.2.2 Open the cooling sea water circulating system to a main turbine LO cooler.2. 3.1. 3. 3. shut down the SW cooling system and stop the auxiliary circulating water pump.5.2.1.1.

put the main turbine controls to bridge control mode and monitor their response as manoeuvring proceeds. 4.1.3 To Prepare Main Plant for Manoeuvring from In Port Condition Two Boilers in Operation Main Condenser Vacuum Established.2 Advise the bridge that the main turbine will be operated and confirm that the propeller area is clear. Main Turbine Gear in Operation Bypass valve on main boiler superheated steam stop valves to the main turbine adjusted to maintain a pressure of 1. 4. 3.2.1 5.3 Reset the main turbine trip. As each unit is tested. DEC. Open the astern guardian valve. they are in place and ready to be used.4 When the deck officer is available on the bridge. and prove the turbine remote control unit follows and answers the bridge unit. ensure the deck officer alters the rudder angle regularly to overcome this.3 Ensure that if any burners are off. 4. (Note: When steering gear tests are completed. While the above is being undertaken. 5. 10rpm).2 Using the controls in manual mode.2. repeat the ahead and astern movements to warm through the turbine to a superheated temperature approaching that of the boiler. 3. 4.2. place the controls in automatic mode.1 4. ensuring that the control oil pressure is correct for the manoeuvring system.2 The Main Turbine is Now Ready to Put to Sea .1.1 Close the warming through steam line valves for main turbine.1. proceed with following test: With the main turbine controls on manual stop. Maintain contact with the bridge as these tests are undertaken.2 Ensure that the diesel generators are on standby and ready to run.2. check all movements of the rams and rudder are satisfactory and as required. 4.2.4Mpa on the main steam line.) With the manoeuvring controls in manual mode. should it be required. Prepare and run up the second turbine generator. As required by international rules. from the MCR with some attendance at the turbine side. At standby.2. 5. turning in the manual mode. to prevent the pumps delivering in the same mode for long periods and risk overheating the unit. 3. Check and inspect the steering gear systems. ensure all the information concerning the above being carried out is recorded along with the times at which each section is completed.1 After the Turbine has been warmed through. and allow the engine to continue to warm through by spinning manually (ahead and astern abt. Disengage the turning gear. for ahead. Inform the bridge that the main engines are ready for use. move the telegraph lever to all its points. commence raising the main steam line pressure to the main turbine by slowly opening the main boiler's stop superheated steam valves to the main turbine. operate the control to allow main steam into the turbine and rotate ahead and astern at 5 revolutions per minute.2 Slowly open the main boiler stop valves and close the by-pass valves to the main turbine once the main steam line pressure is at normal.2 Once loading arms are confirmed as disconnected. ensuring the LO levels and hydraulic oil levels are correct. for astern and INC.2.4. Place the second generator on the main switchboard in parallel with the generator in use. the main turbine is checked to ensure it turns satisfactorily in both directions.3. 4.

whereby boil-off gas may be used in conjunction with fuel oil if this is available.4 To Change Main Plant from Manoeuvring to Normal Conditions Vessel Is Manoeuvring On Bridge Control Put the boiler firing controls to the required firing mode in the ICAS. 3. Record the following: Time Main engine revolution counter reading Fuel oil counter reading Fuel oil service tank levels Diesel oil service tank level Fuel and gas oil bunker tank levels Gas flow meter reading Confirm the automatic stop of the main turbine standby auxiliary LO pump and that all LO pressures remain normal. which will open the manoeuvring valve a set amount over a period of time until it is fully open.8.1.2.3 4. 3.8. 4. Allow the main engine revolutions to increase as per the timed program. from live to HP bleed.1 Pump the contents of the bilge tank overboard through the oily water separator unit. and indicates as such by moving the telegraph to full sea revolutions.5 Confirm that the astern guard valve is closed.1 Evaporators may be used to fill the fresh and the distilled water tanks as long as the ship is in permitted waters.1 Ensure that the live steam make-up valves close and the main turbine bleed steam valves open as the main turbine revolutions increase.1 Bridge informs the MCR that the vessel is full away on passage.1.4 Stop and isolate the off load turbine generator. 3. (Note: It is possible to test the turbine generator trips while the unit is in this condition. This will take approximately 40 minutes from full ahead manoeuvring revolutions to full sea revolutions.2 When full sea speed has been achieved. 6.3 3.3 6.) 5. allow it to run light for a few minutes to cool down. Change to BOG burning only if required or remain on dual fuel burning.1 The vessel is now at Normal conditions. Note that MARPOL regulations apply. 3.1 3. 5.3.2 Confirm with the bridge that the boilers may be sootblown and proceed as appropriate. on bridge control. has occurred.7. 4. make final adjustments to the plant to give optimum performance at the required speed. The Main Turbine is Nav. Check that the electric LO pump starts as the LO pressure drops.3. 4.5. the main turbine drains are automatically closed and the main feed water pump automatic recirculating valve is closed.2 Check that the changeover of the auxiliary heating steam system. Engage the turning gear when the turbine stops. Refer to the heat balance diagrams. 4.2.2. Full On Bridge Control .0 Remove one turbine generator from the main switchboard. The main circulating system changes over from pump to scoop. Run up and use these units as required.2 3.3.

record the following: Time Main engine revolution counter Fuel oil counter Fuel oil settling tank levels Diesel oil service tank level Fuel and diesel oil bunker tank levels Distilled and FW tanks levels Gas meter reading As the turbine rpm continues to fall.3 Approximately 1 hour before manoeuvring operations is to commence. 4. 3. 3.2.2. parallel with the unit already on the main switchboard.3 6.1. If the main boilers are on BOG burning only. When the unit is up to speed.5 To Change Main Plant from Normal to Manoeuvring Conditions Vessel Is At Full Revolutions On Bridge Control Approximately 2 hours before manoeuvring operations are to commence.2.2.2 At manoeuvring rpm.1 5. As the main turbine rpm reduces. 4.3. ensure that the following occurs: As the bleed steam pressures reduce. 4.2 Shut down the evaporators.1 The main turbines are now ready for movements via bridge control.. unless only distilled water is required to be produced. the main condensate recirculation valve will open.2 The Plant Is Prepared For Manoeuvring .4 As the main turbine revolutions reduce.4.2. change to dual fuel burning on both.3 This allows condensate to return to the main condenser hot well. the turbine drains open and the feed pump recirculating valve opens. (Note: Trips may be tested at this time. the astern guardian valve opens. 6. request the bridge to bring the telegraph position to standby full ahead rpm gradually on the telegraph vernier over 40 minutes. The revolutions will be at the full ahead.1 When the bridge notifies the engine room of end of passage. 4.) 5. the operating mode select switch will automatically change over to manoeuvring mode. ensuring a level is maintained for the condensate pump and cooling the gland condenser. run up and parallel the standby turbine generator. ensure the automatic valves close and the make-up valves open as required.

3. the bridge will transfer the control of the main turbines to the engine room and place the telegraph at stop position.2 Stop both steering gear motors. Push F/E button on Sub telegraph. this is the condition the plant is normally left in while awaiting port operations.6 To Secure Plant at Finished with Engines Vessel Is Manoeuvring On Bridge Control Close the main boiler's superheated steam stop valves to the main turbine and open the by-pass valve.3 Ensure the boilers are firing on dual fuel if possible when in port. 4.2.2. 4. the turbine controls are still on automatic. 4.3 Engage and start the turning gear. thus preventing gas being vented to the atmosphere. and as such the turbine will turn on the auto-spin steam system. 3.4 Although the telegraph is indicating stop.4 Close the main turbine stop valve and open the warming through line valves.2. The main turbine is now stopped and turning slowly with warming steam on line. 4. 4.2.2 The Engine Room Is Now Ready for Cargo Operations . Switch off the auto-spin system and trip the turbine.1.2. When all movements of the main turbine are completed. preventing the turbine from sitting in one position for a prolonged period of time which may cause the rotor to sag. This system allows the main turbine to rotate ahead and astern at approximately 5 rpm.2. 4.1 4.2 Unless the turbine is to be shut down for repairs or another specific reason.2.

Close the main feed valves.1 Stop the main turbine turning gear after approximately 6 hours. 5.1.1MPa. 4.2 3.1.1 Put one boiler controls to manual and reduce the fuel and air supply.3.1 Close the superheated and desuperheated steam master and intermediate valves.3.2. 3.1. 4. opening the vent valves of steam drum.2 When the main condenser has cooled.2.1.3.2 Start the auxiliary circulating water pump to the auxiliary condenser. 3. Close the gland steam make up and spill valves. 4. throttling to avoid dropping the pressure too rapidly. 6. 4.2 Open the superheated vent valve.2. allow it to run light for a few minutes before stopping it.2 Shut down the purifier. shut the gland steam make-up and spill valves to the main turbine. 4.6 Allow the other boiler automatic controls to take more of the load. 3. 3.5.2 5. Stop the gland steam exhaust fan.7.1 Stop the main condenser vacuum pump.1. 3.5.3.5. Shut off the steam to the air heater.3. Close the main condensate recirculating valve. alter the ratio control within the ICAS increasing the load on the boiler.5. superheater outlet header and the drain valve of desuperheater inlet when the pressure is approximately 0. 3.2 Start up the diesel generator and place on the switchboard in parallel with the in-use turbine generator.7 To Secure Plant for Dry Dock Vessel is at Finished with Engines And in a Live Condition Take one of the turbine generators off load.2 3. to prevent any water returning to the main condenser.2 Ensure that all the main feed pump gland seal water and all other spray or cooling condensate water is supplied from the drain pump.2 3. alternatively. 4.2 Change all the exhaust dumps to the auxiliary condenser. When condenser vacuum drops to atmospheric pressure. 4. Engage the turning gear when the turbine stops Close the steam inlet and exhaust valves. the main circulating water pump can be stopped and all valves closed.1 3. 3.1 Ensure the main boiler's superheated steam stop valves.2.2 3.1.1 Allow the shut down boiler pressure to fall away.4 Next Page .3. When the second boiler has taken the entire load. 3. 3. Check that the LO pump starts as the turbine slows down. isolating from the main condenser.2 Stop the in-use main condensate pump.3 Isolate and take off standby all non-running pumps and machinery. by-pass valve and warming through steam line valves are shut.7. The main condenser vacuum will now fall. Stop and isolate the stern tube seal LO systems.1 3. the first boiler can be tripped. Stop the main turbine LO pump.2 Stop the FD fan and close the vanes.4.7. the Shut down the evaporators. Isolate the fuel oil and steam valves at the burner rail. put the feed control to manual.

2 The main plant is now shut down. Allow the DO to flow through both fuel heaters.4.7.1 3.1 Stop the in-use cooling sea water pumps and the fresh water cooling pumps. The main turbine is stopped.2 Stop the air compressors.6.2 6.5 3.6. This will be required in preparation for the flash-up cycle when no heat will be available for the HFO. 3. from the general service air system. With the boiler shut down.1 Close the LO supply valves 210 / 217VPK and air supply valves 156 / 228VPE for stern tube aft seal at dry dock.1 Stop the refrigeration and air conditioning units and wait for the shore cooling water supply before restarting.4.1 3.2.2 5. maintain the water level in the boiler using the cold start feed water pump.4 Allow the diesel generator to take the entire switchboard load and take the in-use turbine generator off load. 3.2 5. 3. SW and FW cooling systems to cool down the main diesel generator and air compressors. Engage the turning gear.1 When the dockyard has connected the electrical supply to the shore breaker.2 3. allow it to run light to cool down before stopping. 5. 3. ventilation.3. 3.5. 3. 4.4. with all steam and oil supplies shut down Stop the in-use main feed pump and close all valves. When the fuel temperature falls to approximately 90°C. 3. Allow the auxiliary circulating water pump to run until the auxiliary condenser has cooled. Shut the in use distilled tank outlet valve to the make-up line.2. 3. 3.1 When the main condenser has cooled. the emergency generator can be tripped from the emergency switchboard and the shore supply breaker put on. 3. Stop the turbine generator. Stop the air dryers.2. close all steam / exhaust and gland steam valves.4 3. Shut the deaerator outlet valve to the main feed pump suction.2 5. then stop and isolate the pump.2. allowing the main feed pump to run and use up the steam while maintaining the boiler level.3.3.1. there should be no more drains returning to the atmospheric drain tank. Change the atomising steam supply over to atomising air supply. 5.5 The Plant is Now Secure in Dry Dock and On Shore Power .4.1 Shut off the steam supply to the in-use boiler fuel oil heater.3.5. the main circulating water pump can be stopped and all valves closed. and through the recirculation rail at the burner manifolds on both boilers. Unload the main diesel generator from the switchboard.1 As diesel oil is used throughout the system.1 Start the emergency diesel generator to supply the lighting. 3. The exhaust system is diverted to the auxiliary condenser.2. Place all boiler controls to manual. to the in-use boiler.4. open the fuel supply to the boiler fuel oil burning pump from the diesel oil service tank and close all valves from the heavy fuel oil settling tanks.4 As the boiler pressure falls.2 5.7 To Secure Plant for Dry Dock Previous Page The plant now has one boiler operating and supplying one turbine generator and one main feed water pump.3 Trip the in-use boiler.5. the HFO will be replaced by the diesel oil.

8.0.2a Sea Water Circulating System Cooling Sea Water Service System Illustrations 3.1 3.0.4.6.2.1a 3.5 3.9.1a Engine Room Bilge System 3.Winter Condition .1 3.6.3a Main Turbine Lubricating Oil System Lubricating Oil Purification System Lubricating Oil Filling and Transfer System Stern Tube Lubricating Oil System Illustrations 3.9 3.4 3.12 3.2 Engine Room Bilge System Bilge Separator Illustrations 3.Temperature Graph Fuel Oil Bunkering System Heavy Fuel Oil Transfer System Diesel Oil and Gas Oil Transfer System No.2 Domestic Fresh Water System Sewage Treatment System Illustrations 3.2a Domestic Fresh Water System Sewage Treatment System .6.2.9 Sanitary and Fresh Water service Systems 3.0.9.2.1 100% MCR On Fuel Oil Burning (FOC Guarantee Condition) 3.PART 3 : SHIP’S SYSTEMS 3.6 3.14 100% MCR On Fuel Oil Burning 100% MCR On Dual Fuel Burning 100% MCR On Gas Fuel Burning Cargo Unloading Full Dump by Main Condenser Cargo Loading Full Dump by Auxiliary Condenser Hotel Load 100% MCR On Fuel Oil Burning 90% MCR On Fuel Oil Burning Half Ahead On Fuel Oil Burning Slow Ahead On Fuel Oil Burning Hotel Load .1 3.5a Fuel Oil Viscosity .2.2.6.3 Compressed Air Systems 3.3a 3.1a 3.6.8 3.2 3.1.2a 3.2.5 3.3 3.0.0.1.1 Compressed Air System Starting Air System 3.5.Winter Condition 3.3.6 Condensate Water System Boiler Feed Water System Boiler Water Sampling and Treatment System N/A Clean Drains System Contaminated Drains System 3.0.7.0 MPa Desuperheated Steam System Auxiliary Steam System N/A 1.4a 3.1a Central Fresh Water Cooling System 3.10 3.1.1.7 Fuel Oil Bunkering System Heavy Fuel Oil Transfer System Diesel Oil and Gas Oil Transfer System Boiler Fuel Oil Service System Boiler Fuel Gas Service System Boil-off Gas Systems in Cargo Machinery Room Diesel Oil and Gas Oil Service System Illustrations Illustrations 3.2 Sea Water Circulating System Cooling Sea Water Service System 3.4a 3.6a Superheated Steam System 6.7 3.0 MPa Desuperheated Steam System Auxiliary Steam System N/A 1.0.1.6.2.7.3 3.5 Sea Water Systems 3.5 3.8 Engine Room Bilge Systems 3.2a 3.3a 3.5a 3.6.8.9.2 3.5.1 Boiler Fuel Oil Service System No.7.4 3.2.13 3.0.0 MPa Desuperheated Steam System Exhaust and Dump Steam System Illustrations 3.11 3.7 Lubricating Oil Systems 3.7.2a Compressed Air System Starting Air System 3.1 3.6.4a 3.2 3.3 3.2 3.2a 3.6 Superheated Steam System 6.1 3.1a 3.2.4 3.1.0.6 Fuel Oil and Fuel Gas Service Systems 3.4.6.1a 3.4 3.2.4 Fresh Water Cooling Systems 3.6a Condensate Water System Deaerator Boiler Feed Water System Boiler Water Sampling and Treatment System N/A Clean Drains System Contaminated Drains System Illustrations 3.1b 3.0.2 Boiler Fuel Oil Service System Boiler Fuel Gas Service System Boil-off Gas Systems in Cargo Machinery Room Diesel Oil and Gas Oil Service System 3.4a 3.3.3 3.0 Heat Balance for Steam Turbine Plant 3.0.3 Main Turbine Lubricating Oil System Lubricating Oil Purification System Lubricating Oil Filling and Transfer System Stern Tube Lubricating Oil System 3.7.1.4b 3.2 Condensate and Feed Water Systems 3.7.4 Illustrations 3.6.3.0.8.1a 3.2 3.5.6.2.5a 3.6.7.3.1 Central Fresh Water Cooling System 3.1.1 3.0 MPa Desuperheated Steam System Exhaust and Dump Steam System Illustrations 3.Winter Condition .1.1 3.2.3a 3.Winter Condition .1b 3.1.5 3.6a 3.0.1a 3.2 3.9.1 Steam Systems 3.1.7.0.2a 3.1a 3.Winter Condition .6.7a 3.5.6.6.1.2.6.6 3.

FD.SETT.350 Kg/H 644.A.800 Kg/H 87.V.& SIDE TK 430 Kg/H 460 Kg/H DRAIN CLR DIST.210 Kg/H 1.5KJ/Kg 430 Kg/H 460 Kg/H 120 Kg/H PURIF.O.O.17MPaG P. HTR 20 Kg/H DIST. 1.TURB.88MPaG × 510℃ H.790 Kg/H 850 Kg/H 88.W. 5.130MPaA MAIN BOILER 0 Kg/H 4. CONDR. PLANT 103.520Kg/H 0 Kg/H 7. S. TEMPERATURE BOILER EFFICIENCY F.07KPaA DEAERATOR 92.PLANT CIRC.P.000 Kg/H 32.H. TURB. FD.010 Kg/H 50 Kg/H 270 Kg/H OTHERS DIST.210 Kg/H 4.4℃ 2.03 MJ/Kg 0 Kg/H 92.640 Kg/H 145 ℃ BURNER ATOMIZ.080 Kg/H 20 Kg/H 100 Kg/H HOT W.V. HIGH CALORIFIC VALUE 6.080 Kg/H 33.010 Kg/H 0.L. Guarantee Condition) ATMOS DRAIN TK 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 12229/30 MA1-ZB01-0 .210 Kg/H 100℃ 12.890Kg/H 2.730 Kg/H 8.0 ℃ 88.W.0MPaG PRV 850 Kg/H 6.870 Kg/H 0. SHAFT REVOLUTION STEAM PRESSURE STEAM TEMPERATURE CONDR PRESS.410 Kg/H 8.0/1.V.6MPaG P.6℃ 120 Kg/H 10 Kg/H MAKE-UP V.0MPaG 287℃ 6.5/0.0℃ 64.R.140 Kg/H 1. 6. AT 27℃ A 90 Kg/H GLAND LEAK 4.680 Kg/H 18. 5.480 Kg/H 65.91.410 Kg/H 1.5 % 43.07 KPaA S. FORCING VAPORIZER 100 Kg/H DRAIN CLR GAS VENT.TK 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H Heat Balance Diagram Normal Sea Going Operation 100% MCR On Fuel Oil Burning (F.88MPaG × 510℃ GLAND SEAL MAIN T/G GLAND SEAL MAIN T/G M M GLAND SEAL 3.480 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H MAIN BOILER STEAM PRESSURE STEAM TEMPERATURE FEED W.490 Kg/H 127℃ 2.03 MPaG 515 ℃ 145.3℃ 320 Kg/H 90 ℃ SYMBOLS : SUPERHEATED STEAM AUXILIARY STEAM BLEED STEAM EXHAUST STEAM FEED or CONDENSATE DRAIN 50.360 Kg/H 60.T.600 kW 80.940 Kg/H 8.O.0KJ/Kg MAIN DUMP V.88 MPaG 510 ℃ 5.210 Kg/H 70.480 Kg/H CONSUMPTION DESUPERHTR F. 4.530 Kg/H A 50 Kg/H GLAND LEAK 0 Kg/H A GLAND LEAK GLAND LEAK 0 Kg/H ECO. TK 0 Kg/H PUMP GENERATOR 18.V.010 Kg/H A DESIGN CONDITION MAIN TURBINE SHAFT HORSEPOWER 23. AUX.5℃ 5.830 Kg/H 3RD STG.62MPaG×341℃ 0.HTR 10 Kg/H TRACING STM BLR F.6℃ T.P.W.W.360 Kg/H 22.540 Kg/H 84.140 Kg/H 200℃ 460 Kg/H DESUPERHTR 1.O. DIST.250 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 92. 1.STEAM DUMP V.PRODUCT TOTAL GENERATOR LOAD 36.510 Kg/H 79.W.5℃ 125.03MPaG ×515℃ 84.O.P.9℃ 12.0/0. TEMP.24 MPaG PRV 0 kg/H EXH.C.640 Kg/H 6.HTR 0 Kg/H 52. 0 Kg/H FUEL GAS HTR 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H DECK USE 0.000 Kg/H 44.160 Kg/H 1.0MPaG PRV 0 Kg/H 1.010 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 130 Kg/H LOSSES 3. 0.3℃ 1ST STG.726 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 4.O.0 RPM 5.88MPaG × 510℃ MAIN FD.860 Kg/H 573.350 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 1.C.HTR F.2 T/DAY 940 kW A MAIN CONDR.3MPaG P. FUEL OIL CONSUMPTION RATE 285.0 g/kW/H 1.R.R. 5.310 Kg/H ACCOMODATION 0. DRAIN TK 12. 0 Kg/H GLAND CONDR.HTR 128. L.860 Kg/H 190 Kg/H 4. ASTERN TURB.15 MPa 127 ℃ 103.65MPaG×225℃ 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 4.W. 79 ℃ 70.

4℃ T. ASTERN TURB.520 Kg/H 1.P.800Kg/H 2.320 Kg/H 79.W. 0 Kg/H GLAND CONDR.0 ℃ 88. 4. AUX.PLANT CIRC.R. TEMPERATURE BOILER EFFICIENCY F.0MPaG PRV 860 Kg/H 6. TEMP. 5.420 Kg/H CONSUMPTION DESUPERHTR F.88 MPaG 510 ℃ 5.140 Kg/H 0.3MPaG P.HTR 128. CONDR.720 Kg/H 31.6MPaG P.92.07KPaA DEAERATOR 93.750 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 4.0KJ/Kg MAIN DUMP V.15 MPa 127 ℃ SYMBOLS : SUPERHEATED STEAM AUXILIARY STEAM BLEED STEAM EXHAUST STEAM FEED or CONDENSATE DRAIN 12.020 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 130 Kg/H 84.890 Kg/H 84.88MPaG × 510℃ MAIN FD.4℃ 2.T.O.000 Kg/H 145 ℃ BURNER ATOMIZ. M M 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 3.W.W.HTR TRACING STM 430 Kg/H 460 Kg/H DRAIN CLR DIST.0MPaG 287℃ 6.500 Kg/H 58. PLANT 70.000 Kg/H 6.470Kg/H 0 Kg/H 7.P.88MPaG × 510℃ GLAND SEAL MAIN T/G GLAND SEAL MAIN T/G GLAND SEAL H.A.9℃ 1ST STG.03MPaG ×515℃ A 90 Kg/H GLAND LEAK 4.640 Kg/H 8.290 Kg/H 32. HTR 20 Kg/H DIST. 1.0/1.H.P.C.290 Kg/H 42.24 MPaG PRV 0 kg/H EXH. DRAIN TK 0 Kg/H Heat Balance Diagram Normal Sea Going Operation 100% MCR On Fuel Oil ATMOS DRAIN TK 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 12229/30 MA1-ZB01-1 .O.1℃ 70.W. 5.250 Kg/H 0 Kg/H A DESIGN CONDITION MAIN TURBINE SHAFT HORSEPOWER 23.V.600 kW 80.870 Kg/H 0. 5.020 Kg/H LOSSES 3. 1.870 Kg/H 190 Kg/H 4. TURB. 6.130MPaA MAIN BOILER 0 Kg/H 4. HIGH CALORIFIC VALUE 6.SETT. 0.290 Kg/H 100℃ 12.88MPaG × 510℃ S.65MPaG×225℃ MAIN BOILER STEAM PRESSURE STEAM TEMPERATURE FEED W.5/0. 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H DECK USE 0. TK 0 Kg/H PUMP GENERATOR 15. FD.870 Kg/H 573.7 T/DAY 1025kW A MAIN CONDR.360 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 1.820 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 1.TURB. FUEL OIL CONSUMPTION RATE 287.V.V.03 MJ/Kg 0 Kg/H 93.140 Kg/H ACCOMODATION 0.03 MPaG 515 ℃ 145. FD.PRODUCT TOTAL GENERATOR LOAD 31.O.7℃ 125.O.62MPaG×341℃ 0. AT 27℃ 93.0 RPM 5.5℃ 120 Kg/H 10 Kg/H MAKE-UP V.320 Kg/H 100 Kg/H DRAIN CLR 12.140 Kg/H 50 Kg/H 270 Kg/H OTHERS DIST.820 Kg/H 65. FUEL GAS HTR FORCING VAPORIZER 1. 79 ℃ DIST.HTR 0 Kg/H 50.HTR F.5KJ/Kg 430 Kg/H 460 Kg/H 120 Kg/H 10 Kg/H BLR F. 101.410 Kg/H 8.07 KPaA S.190 Kg/H 3RD STG.0/0.L.360 Kg/H 644.870 Kg/H 8.0MPaG PRV 0 Kg/H 1.O.820 Kg/H 15.230 Kg/H 4.000 Kg/H 1.140 Kg/H 200℃ 460 Kg/H DESUPERHTR 1.720 Kg/H 127℃ 2.0℃ 63.0 g/kW/H 1.290 Kg/H 49.870 Kg/H A 50 Kg/H GLAND LEAK 0 Kg/H A GLAND LEAK GLAND LEAK 0 Kg/H ECO.140 Kg/H 860 Kg/H 88.R.720 Kg/H 20 Kg/H 100 Kg/H HOT W.W. L.4℃ 320 Kg/H 90 ℃ 101.500 Kg/H 15.160 Kg/H 4.& SIDE TK PURIF.V.TK 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H GAS VENT.W.STEAM DUMP V.5 % 43.17MPaG P.3℃ 5. SHAFT REVOLUTION STEAM PRESSURE STEAM TEMPERATURE CONDR PRESS.R.800 Kg/H 86.

L.0℃ 125. L.0/0. 5. 79 ℃ DIST.V.460 Kg/H 49.59 MJ/Kg 0 Kg/H 94.800 Kg/H 86.420 Kg/H CONSUMPTION DESUPERHTR F.690 Kg/H 8. 5.V.9 ℃ 85. TEMPERATURE BOILER EFFICIENCY F.7℃ 320 Kg/H 90 ℃ 102.O.5/0. GAS 2. AT 27℃ 94. 0.180 kW A MAIN CONDR.037 Kg/H 3.HTR TRACING STM 130 Kg/H 400 Kg/H DRAIN CLR DIST.R.V.0 RPM 5.07KPaA DEAERATOR 94.520 Kg/H 59. 0.420 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 1.200 Kg/H 0.770 Kg/H 32.0KJ/Kg MAIN DUMP V.6MPaG P.24 MPaG PRV 0 kg/H EXH.62MPaG×342℃ 0.07 KPaA S.160 Kg/H 127℃ 2.TK 0 Kg/H Heat Balance Diagram Normal Sea Going Operation 100% MCR On Fuel Oil & Gas Fuel ATMOS DRAIN TK 0 Kg/H 560 Kg/H 12229/30 MA1-ZB01-2 .130MPaA MAIN BOILER 0 Kg/H 4. FD.W.3MPaG P. 560 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H DECK USE 0.O.HTR 128.O.0MPaG 287℃ 6.W.4 T/DAY 1. AUX.890 Kg/H 220 Kg/H 4.P.PLANT CIRC.A.88MPaG × 510℃ S.R.900 Kg/H 8.03MPaG ×515℃ A 90 Kg/H GLAND LEAK 5.860Kg/H 2.520 Kg/H 16. TK 0 Kg/H PUMP GENERATOR 16.010 Kg/H 144.W. 102.4℃ T.4℃ 2.200 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 130 Kg/H 84.W. SHAFT REVOLUTION STEAM PRESSURE STEAM TEMPERATURE CONDR PRESS.P.0MPaG PRV 860 Kg/H 6.340 Kg/H 200℃ 490 Kg/H DESUPERHTR 1.470 Kg/H A 50 Kg/H GLAND LEAK 0 Kg/H A GLAND LEAK GLAND LEAK 0 Kg/H ECO.420 Kg/H 65.HTR F. TEMP.2℃ 1ST STG.T.460 Kg/H 100℃ 12.88 MPaG 510 ℃ 5. ASTERN TURB.0/1.320 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 1. 1.P.170 Kg/H 5.350 Kg/H 100 Kg/H 12. FUEL OIL CONSUMPTION RATE 1. TURB. CONDR.H.890 Kg/H 573.160 Kg/H 31.610 Kg/H 8.3 % 43.9 ℃ BURNER ATOMIZ.W.840 Kg/H 16.5KJ/Kg 130 Kg/H 400 Kg/H 120 Kg/H 10 Kg/H BLR F.890 Kg/H 0.010 Kg/H 3RD STG.850 Kg/H 86.03 MPaG 515 ℃ 144.930 Kg/H 860 Kg/H 89.17MPaG P.STEAM DUMP V.65MPaG×224℃ MAIN BOILER STEAM PRESSURE STEAM TEMPERATURE FEED W. 5. M M 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 3.R.8℃ 120 Kg/H 10 Kg/H MAKE-UP V.010 Kg/H 6.3 g/kW/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 5.0℃ 63.TURB.320 Kg/H 644.SETT.610 Kg/H 1.200 Kg/H 50 Kg/H 270 Kg/H OTHERS DIST.160 Kg/H 20 Kg/H 100 Kg/H HOT W.670 Kg/H 84.W.4℃ 5.& SIDE TK PURIF.88MPaG × 510℃ MAIN FD.200 Kg/H LOSSES 3.0MPaG PRV 0 Kg/H 1.4℃ 70.O.HTR 0 Kg/H 50.210 Kg/H 4.C. HTR 20 Kg/H DIST. 5. HIGH CALORIFIC VALUE GAS 6. DRAIN TK 560 Kg/H 780 Kg/H ACCOMODATION 1.260 Kg/H 0 Kg/H A DESIGN CONDITION MAIN TURBINE SHAFT HORSEPOWER 23.92.690 Kg/H 1.350Kg/H 0 Kg/H 7.770 Kg/H 43. 0 Kg/H GLAND CONDR.600 kW 80. FUEL GAS HTR FORCING VAPORIZER 560 Kg/H 0 Kg/H DRAIN CLR GAS VENT.88MPaG × 510℃ GLAND SEAL MAIN T/G GLAND SEAL MAIN T/G GLAND SEAL H.03 MJ/Kg 55.PRODUCT TOTAL GENERATOR LOAD 32.V.15 MPa 127 ℃ SYMBOLS : SUPERHEATED STEAM AUXILIARY STEAM BLEED STEAM EXHAUST STEAM FEED or CONDENSATE DRAIN 12. FD.350 Kg/H 79.O. PLANT 70.

FUEL OIL CONSUMPTION RATE 1.390 Kg/H 147.07 KPaA S. TK 0 Kg/H PUMP GENERATOR 12.8 ℃ 84.930 Kg/H 1.260 Kg/H 0. L.500 Kg/H 1.010 Kg/H 200℃ 180Kg/H DESUPERHTR 1.570 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 1.570 Kg/H 65. CONDR.93.620 Kg/H A 50 Kg/H GLAND LEAK 0 Kg/H A GLAND LEAK GLAND LEAK 0 Kg/H ECO.0MPaG 287℃ 6.430 Kg/H 270 Kg/H 4.0 % GAS 55.520 Kg/H 870 Kg/H 90.240 kW A MAIN CONDR.5/0.PRODUCT TOTAL GENERATOR LOAD 25.3MPaG P.250 Kg/H 84. TURB. AT 27℃ 94.STEAM DUMP V.SETT.0MPaG PRV 870 Kg/H 6.0℃ 62.TURB.07KPaA DEAERATOR 94.03 MPaG 515 ℃ 147.590 Kg/H 57. M M 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 3.530 Kg/H 127℃ 3.260 Kg/H 50 Kg/H 270 Kg/H OTHERS DIST.3℃ 320 Kg/H 90 ℃ 99.380 Kg/H 12229/30 MA1-ZB01-3 .430 Kg/H 0.88MPaG × 510℃ MAIN FD.6℃ 125.24 MPaG PRV 0 kg/H EXH.5℃ 120 Kg/H 10 Kg/H MAKE-UP V. DRAIN TK 1.59 MJ/Kg 0 Kg/H 94.240 Kg/H 8. TEMP. 5.03MPaG ×515℃ A 90 Kg/H GLAND LEAK 5. FUEL GAS HTR FORCING VAPORIZER 680 Kg/H 700 Kg/H DRAIN CLR GAS VENT.530 Kg/H 28. 0.2 T/DAY 1.600 kW 80.R. HTR 20 Kg/H DIST. FD.760 Kg/H 4.630 Kg/H 40.2℃ 1ST STG.330 Kg/H 662.62MPaG×342℃ 0.V.930 Kg/H 9.W.0℃ T.O. 99.800 Kg/H 86.R.910 Kg/H 12. 5.0MPaG PRV 0 Kg/H 1.W.630 Kg/H 32.330 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 1.670Kg/H 3.P.8 ℃ BURNER ATOMIZ.W.2KJ/Kg 0Kg/H 380 Kg/H 120 Kg/H 10 Kg/H BLR F.PLANT CIRC.530 Kg/H 20 Kg/H 100 Kg/H HOT W.HTR 128.HTR 0 Kg/H 48.65MPaG×225℃ MAIN BOILER STEAM PRESSURE STEAM TEMPERATURE FEED W.490 Kg/H 8.A.4℃ 5.R.0 RPM 5.8KJ/Kg MAIN DUMP V.& SIDE TK PURIF.180 Kg/H 5.130 Kg/H 100℃ 12.15 MPa 127 ℃ SYMBOLS : SUPERHEATED STEAM AUXILIARY STEAM BLEED STEAM EXHAUST STEAM FEED or CONDENSATE DRAIN 12.L.750 Kg/H 3RD STG.060Kg/H 0 Kg/H GAS 5.88MPaG × 510℃ S.P.8℃ 70.590 Kg/H 12.88 MPaG 510 ℃ 5. 5.88MPaG × 510℃ GLAND SEAL MAIN T/G GLAND SEAL MAIN T/G GLAND SEAL H.050 Kg/H 79. 79 ℃ DIST.V.0/0. SHAFT REVOLUTION STEAM PRESSURE STEAM TEMPERATURE CONDR PRESS.380Kg/H 630 Kg/H ACCOMODATION 1.17MPaG P. AUX.V.130 Kg/H 46.6MPaG P.HTR F. TEMPERATURE BOILER EFFICIENCY 6.C.533 Kg/H 86.W.630 Kg/H LOSSES 3.430 Kg/H 583.570 Kg/H CONSUMPTION DESUPERHTR 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 5.O.H.130MPaA MAIN BOILER 0 Kg/H 4.HTR TRACING STM 0Kg/H 380 Kg/H DRAIN CLR DIST. 0 Kg/H GLAND CONDR.270 Kg/H 0 Kg/H A DESIGN CONDITION MAIN TURBINE SHAFT HORSEPOWER 23. ASTERN TURB. HIGH CALORIFIC VALUE 5. 0.630 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 130 Kg/H 84.390 Kg/H 6.3 g/kW/H 7.W.P.T.TK 0 Kg/H Heat Balance Diagram Normal Sea Going Operation 100% MCR On Gas Fuel ATMOS DRAIN TK 0 Kg/H 1. 2. FD.O.4℃ 3. PLANT 70.V.0/1.W. 680 Kg/H 700 Kg/H 0 Kg/H DECK USE 0.050 Kg/H 100 Kg/H 12.

390 Kg/H 6.07KPaA DEAERATOR 94.520 Kg/H 500 Kg/H 4. 10. 0 Kg/H FUEL GAS HTR 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H DECK USE 0. AT 27℃ A 90 Kg/H GLAND LEAK A 50 Kg/H GLAND LEAK A 50 Kg/H GLAND LEAK GLAND LEAK ECO.TURB. 20. AUX. 2.940 Kg/H CONSUMPTION 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 20. 5.9 ℃ 5.W.V.0/1.5/0.15 MPa 127 ℃ 25.O.470 Kg/H 5. HTR 20 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H Heat Balance Diagram ATMOS DRAIN TK Unload 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 12229/30 MA1-ZB01-4 .480 Kg/H ー Kg/H 50 Kg/H 190 Kg/H OTHERS DIST. 0.V.1 ℃ 2.000 Kg/H GLAND CONDR.88MPaG × 458℃ GLAND SEAL MAIN T/G M M GLAND SEAL 500 Kg/H 10.P.37 KPaA S.010 Kg/H 94. HIGH CALORIFIC VALUE 6.6MPaG P.012 Kg/H 2.88MPaG × 458℃ GLAND SEAL MAIN T/G 10.HTR 10 Kg/H TRACING STM BLR F.690 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H MAIN BOILER 1.L. TEMP. CONDR.030 Kg/H 500 Kg/H 0 Kg/H ー Kg/H LOSSES 0 Kg/H 2.3MPaG P. TURB.3KJ/Kg 130 Kg/H 160 Kg/H 120 Kg/H PURIF.720 Kg/H 24.P.W.640 Kg/H ー MPaG×ー ℃ ー MPaG×ー ℃ 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H MAIN BOILER ー MPaA 0 Kg/H STEAM PRESSURE STEAM TEMPERATURE FEED W.C.000Kg/H 0 Kg/H F.24 MPaG PRV 0 kg/H EXH.R.24.180 Kg/H PUMP GENERATOR 120 Kg/H 10 Kg/H MAKE-UP V.R. PLANT 25.470 Kg/H 4.W. 5.6 ℃ 240 Kg/H 90 ℃ SYMBOLS : SUPERHEATED STEAM AUXILIARY STEAM BLEED STEAM EXHAUST STEAM FEED or CONDENSATE DRAIN 31.A.V.HTR 540 Kg/H 34.HTR F.R.O.780 Kg/H 10.7 % 43.0MPaG PRV 3.640 Kg/H 759.0/0. ー℃ 24.88 MPaG 463 ℃ 4.660 Kg/H 1.STEAM DUMP V.550 Kg/H 2.O.O.550 Kg/H 5.180 Kg/H 3.750 Kg/H 3RD STG.03 MPaG 468 ℃ 139.980 kW 540 Kg/H 10 Kg/H A MAIN CONDR.TK 540 Kg/H ー Kg/H ACCOMODATION 0.320 Kg/H 460 Kg/H 21.P. DRAIN TK 240 Kg/H 820 Kg/H 20 Kg/H 100 Kg/H HOT W. TK DRAIN CLR ー Kg/H ー Kg/H ー ℃ 1. ASTERN TURB.03 MJ/Kg 500 Kg/H 29. ー MPaG ×ー ℃ H.540 Kg/H 11.0MPaG PRV 6.W.4℃ 0 Kg/H 0. DIST. FD.SETT.9 KJ/Kg MAIN DUMP V. S.120 Kg/H 29.W.H.600 Kg/H 52.720 Kg/H 45.T.8 ℃ 2.180 Kg/H 51. L.520 Kg/H 10.HTR 128.& SIDE TK 130 Kg/H 160 Kg/H ー℃ DIST.W. 1.O. SHAFT REVOLUTION STEAM PRESSURE STEAM TEMPERATURE CONDR PRESS.V.470 Kg/H DESUPERHTR 20.8 ℃ 1ST STG.940 Kg/H 1.670Kg/H 1.PRODUCT TOTAL GENERATOR LOAD ー 4. FD.PLANT CIRC.330 Kg/H 139.6 ℃ 86. 540 Kg/H 200℃ 360 Kg/H DESUPERHTR ー Kg/H 1.2 ℃ 0 Kg/H ー Kg/H 540 Kg/H 549.17MPaG P.9 ℃ ー Kg/H ー ℃ T.88MPaG × 458℃ MAIN FD.0MPaG 297℃ A DESIGN CONDITION MAIN TURBINE SHAFT HORSEPOWER 0 kW 0 RPM 5. TEMPERATURE BOILER EFFICIENCY F.03MPaG ×515℃ 6. DIST.6 ℃ BURNER ATOMIZ.120 Kg/H 29. FORCING VAPORIZER 100 Kg/H DRAIN CLR GAS VENT.

03 MPaG 515 ℃ 136. DIST.880 Kg/H 240 Kg/H 42.450 Kg/H 51.03 MJ/Kg 55.V. H. HIGH CALORIFIC VALUE GAS F. 5.7 ℃ 1ST STG. DIST.610 Kg/H 69.0 ℃ 4. ASTERN TURB. 5.750 Kg/H 70.300 Kg/H 12.670 Kg/H 1.W.3 ℃ 4. FD.3MPaG P.A.SETT.HTR 1.180 Kg/H 543.8 ℃ SYMBOLS : SUPERHEATED STEAM AUXILIARY STEAM BLEED STEAM ー Kg/H 1.C. DRAIN TK 1. ー℃ 0 Kg/H EXHAUST STEAM FEED or CONDENSATE DRAIN DIST. TEMPERATURE BOILER EFFICIENCY 6.TURB.R.24 MPaG PRV 0 kg/H EXH.O.320 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H MAIN BOILER 6.320 Kg/H 1.710 Kg/H 39.6MPaG P.5 % F.480 Kg/H 9.P.6 ℃ 84.R.V. FD. 6.040 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 3.15MPaG×339℃ A DESIGN CONDITION MAIN TURBINE SHAFT HORSEPOWER 0 kW 0 RPM 5.110Kg/H 500 Kg/H 500 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H LOSSES 0 Kg/H 3.TK 430 Kg/H 190 Kg/H ー Kg/H ACCOMODATION 0.520 Kg/H 780 Kg/H 7. HTR 20 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 560 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 560 Kg/H Heat Balance Diagram Port Hotel Load and Full Dump ATMOS DRAIN TK with Design BOR 0 Kg/H 560 Kg/H 12229/30 MA1-ZB01-5 .88 MPaG 510 ℃ 7.V.070 Kg/H 39.0MPaG PRV 5.410 Kg/H 500 Kg/H 6.050 Kg/H 6.5/0.03MPaG ×515℃ 6.L.8 ℃ A MAIN CONDR.88MPaG × 510℃ MAIN FD.40 KPaA DEAERATOR 101. PLANT 69.180 Kg/H 3.520 Kg/H 39. 560 Kg/H FUEL GAS HTR 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H DECK USE 0.HTR 128. GAS 43.300 Kg/H 759. AUX.W.59 MJ/Kg 608 Kg/H 3.P.0MPaG PRV 11. TURB.17MPaG P.852 Kg/H 500 Kg/H 81.560 Kg/H 62.88MPaG × 510℃ GLAND SEAL MAIN T/G M M GLAND SEAL 500 Kg/H 3.2℃ 0 Kg/H 0.0/1.HTR F.840 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 50 Kg/H 140 Kg/H OTHERS DIST.050 Kg/H 136.W.O.0/0.PRODUCT TOTAL GENERATOR LOAD ー 1.710 Kg/H 57.180 Kg/H 41. L.0 ℃ 90 ℃ 71. FORCING VAPORIZER 100 Kg/H DRAIN CLR GAS VENT.O.670 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 6.8 ℃ 20.000 Kg/H GLAND CONDR.660 Kg/H 1.000Kg/H 0 Kg/H 4. 0. CONDR. 6.40 KPaA S.480 Kg/H PUMP GENERATOR 120 Kg/H 10 Kg/H MAKE-UP V.O.0 KJ/Kg 40 Kg/H 140 Kg/H 120 Kg/H PURIF. 7.130 Kg/H 3RD STG.STEAM DUMP V.571 kW 80 Kg/H 5.R.560 Kg/H DESUPERHTR 6. TEMP.PLANT CIRC.88MPaG × 510℃ GLAND SEAL MAIN T/G 5.V.560 Kg/H CONSUMPTION 62.& SIDE TK 40 Kg/H 140 Kg/H ー℃ T.9 KJ/Kg MAIN DUMP V.8 ℃ ー Kg/H ー ℃ 74. TK DRAIN CLR ー Kg/H ー Kg/H ー ℃ 2.O. 990 Kg/H 200℃ 490 Kg/H DESUPERHTR 0 Kg/H 1.W. S.P.HTR 10 Kg/H TRACING STM BLR F. AT 27℃ A 90 Kg/H GLAND LEAK A 50 Kg/H GLAND LEAK 0 Kg/H A 50 Kg/H GLAND LEAK GLAND LEAK ECO. SHAFT REVOLUTION STEAM PRESSURE STEAM TEMPERATURE CONDR PRESS.H.640 Kg/H 39.10.W.W.15 MPa 127 ℃ 71.520 Kg/H 48.270 Kg/H 20 Kg/H 100 Kg/H HOT W.6 ℃ BURNER ATOMIZ.T.560 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H MAIN BOILER STEAM PRESSURE STEAM TEMPERATURE FEED W.530 Kg/H 81.

290 Kg/H 2.W.3MPaG P. FD.780 Kg/H CONSUMPTION 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 14.980 Kg/H 47.03 MJ/Kg 500 Kg/H 21.380Kg/H 7. DIST.1 ℃ BURNER ATOMIZ. 5.0MPaG 290℃ A DESIGN CONDITION MAIN TURBINE SHAFT HORSEPOWER 0 kW 0 RPM 5.03 MPaG 460 ℃ 140. AT 27℃ A 90 Kg/H GLAND LEAK A 50 Kg/H GLAND LEAK A 50 Kg/H GLAND LEAK GLAND LEAK ECO.88MPaG × 455℃ MAIN FD. HTR 20 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H Heat Balance Diagram ATMOS DRAIN TK Loading 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 12229/30 MA1-ZB01-6 . TEMPERATURE BOILER EFFICIENCY F.18.88 MPaG 455 ℃ 4. PLANT 18.210 Kg/H 400 Kg/H 15.88MPaG × 455℃ GLAND SEAL MAIN T/G M M 7.0 ℃ ー Kg/H ー ℃ T. HIGH CALORIFIC VALUE 6.W.920 Kg/H 3.740 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H MAIN BOILER ー MPaG×ー ℃ ー MPaG×ー ℃ 1.700 Kg/H PUMP GENERATOR 120 Kg/H 10 Kg/H MAKE-UP V. DRAIN TK 760 Kg/H 20 Kg/H 100 Kg/H HOT W.540 Kg/H 3RD STG. TK DRAIN CLR ー Kg/H ー Kg/H ー ℃ 1.PLANT CIRC.320 Kg/H 21.610 Kg/H 1.STEAM DUMP V.1 ℃ 1ST STG.7 ℃ 17.P.HTR 10 Kg/H TRACING STM BLR F.1℃ 85.W.9 KJ/Kg MAIN DUMP V.V.T. TURB.390 Kg/H 0 Kg/H MAIN BOILER ー MPaA STEAM PRESSURE STEAM TEMPERATURE FEED W.O.R. 0.940 Kg/H 500 Kg/H 0 Kg/H ー Kg/H LOSSES 0 Kg/H 2.R.5/0.140 kW 410 Kg/H 10 Kg/H 50 Kg/H 20.O.P.530 Kg/H 6.500 Kg/H 52. AUX. CONDR. 7.P.780 Kg/H 1. DIST. 190 Kg/H A MAIN CONDR.3 ℃ 90 ℃ 30.440 Kg/H 7.W. 1.0MPaG PRV 2.0 KJ/Kg 100 Kg/H 160 Kg/H 120 Kg/H PURIF.830 Kg/H 7.0/1. TEMP.980 Kg/H 35.V.03MPaG ×460℃ 6.HTR 130.15 MPa 127 ℃ 18.A.H.HTR F. ASTERN TURB.480 Kg/H 1.C.W.O.480 Kg/H 29.920 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 7. ー MPaG ×ー ℃ H.R. 500 Kg/H 200℃ 360 Kg/H DESUPERHTR ー Kg/H 1.0MPaG PRV 6.700 Kg/H 2.000 Kg/H GLAND CONDR.8 ℃ 1.480 Kg/H 29.0 ℃ 7.24 MPaG PRV 0 kg/H EXH. SHAFT REVOLUTION STEAM PRESSURE STEAM TEMPERATURE CONDR PRESS.7 % 43. 5.6MPaG P.L.O.15 KPaA S.440 Kg/H 500 Kg/H 2. L.TURB.TK 500 Kg/H 240 Kg/H ー Kg/H ACCOMODATION 0.17MPaG P.0/0. ー℃ 17. 370 Kg/H ー Kg/H OTHERS DIST.V.1 ℃ 0 Kg/H 0.88MPaG × 455℃ GLAND SEAL MAIN T/G 5.40 KPaA DEAERATOR 41.V.390 Kg/H DESUPERHTR 14.000Kg/H 0 Kg/H F.700 Kg/H 240 Kg/H 36.PRODUCT TOTAL GENERATOR LOAD ー 3.W. 0 Kg/H FUEL GAS HTR 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H DECK USE 0.2 ℃ 1.HTR 410 Kg/H SYMBOLS : SUPERHEATED STEAM AUXILIARY STEAM BLEED STEAM EXHAUST STEAM FEED or CONDENSATE DRAIN 0 Kg/H ー Kg/H 410 Kg/H 550.070 Kg/H 1.SETT.& SIDE TK 100 Kg/H 160 Kg/H ー℃ DIST.530 Kg/H 140.O. S.390 Kg/H GLAND SEAL 500 Kg/H 2.290 Kg/H 759. FORCING VAPORIZER 100 Kg/H DRAIN CLR GAS VENT. FD.

P.5 % F.& SIDE TK 30 Kg/H 140 Kg/H 120 Kg/H 10 Kg/H ー℃ T.W.H.59 MJ/Kg 608 Kg/H 3. 5.080 Kg/H 10.0/1. HIGH CALORIFIC VALUE GAS F.852 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 80.920 Kg/H 10.630 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 50 Kg/H 140 Kg/H OTHERS DIST.4 ℃ 0 Kg/H 0.V.630 Kg/H 1.24 MPaG PRV 0 kg/H EXH.0 ℃ 90 ℃ 73.0MPaG PRV 9. COND. H. FD. DRAIN TK 4.TK 420 Kg/H ー Kg/H ACCOMODATION 0.560 Kg/H DESUPERHTR 10.740 Kg/H 56. 560 Kg/H FUEL GAS HTR 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H DECK USE 0.TURB.W.03 MPaG 515 ℃ 138.7 ℃ 84.0/0.600 Kg/H 80. 6.970 Kg/H 4.571 kW 80 Kg/H 5. CONDR.V.O.15 MPa 127 ℃ 73. FORCING VAPORIZER 100 Kg/H DRAIN CLR GAS VENT. L.350 Kg/H 1.160 Kg/H ー Kg/H ー ℃ 69.HTR F.R. DIST.110Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H LOSSES 3.13.820 Kg/H 67.SETT.V.720 Kg/H 7.9 ℃ 0 Kg/H PUMP GENERATOR MAKE-UP V.6MPaG P.V.080 Kg/H CONSUMPTION 61. FD.O.0MPaG PRV 5.130 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 66.O.910 Kg/H 1.000 Kg/H 75.5 ℃ A MAIN CONDR.720 Kg/H EXHAUST STEAM FEED or CONDENSATE DRAIN DIST. 980 Kg/H 200℃ 490 Kg/H DESUPERHTR 0 Kg/H 1.88 MPaG 510 ℃ A 90 Kg/H GLAND LEAK A 50 Kg/H GLAND LEAK 0 Kg/H A GLAND LEAK GLAND LEAK 0 Kg/H ECO.HTR 10 Kg/H TRACING STM BLR F. GAS 43.17MPaG P. TURB. SHAFT REVOLUTION STEAM PRESSURE STEAM TEMPERATURE 5.310 Kg/H 10.W.000 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H MAIN BOILER 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H MAIN BOILER STEAM PRESSURE STEAM TEMPERATURE FEED W.R. PLANT 0 Kg/H ー Kg/H ー ℃ 0 Kg/H 20.03MPaG ×515℃ 6.820 Kg/H 138.7 ℃ BURNER ATOMIZ. ATMOS DRAIN TK 0 Kg/H 560 Kg/H with Design BOR 12229/30 MA1-ZB01-7 .W.15MPaG×339℃ A DESIGN CONDITION MAIN TURBINE SHAFT HORSEPOWER 0 kW 0 RPM 5.220 Kg/H 780 Kg/H 7.270 Kg/H 20 Kg/H 100 Kg/H HOT W. DEAERATOR 100.320 Kg/H 69.PLANT CIRC.A.000 Kg/H GLAND CONDR.080 Kg/H 0. TK DRAIN CLR ー Kg/H 79. AUX. HTR 20 Kg/H 72.720 Kg/H 240 Kg/H 61.HTR 1.P.900 Kg/H 3RD STG.P.HTR 127.R.88MPaG × 450℃ MAIN FD.O.410 Kg/H 72.5/0.4 ℃ 1ST STG. ASTERN TURB.410 Kg/H 3.0 ℃ 560 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 560 Kg/H Heat Balance Diagram Port Hotel Load and Full Dump to AUX.320 Kg/H 78.820Kg/H 6.3MPaG P.STEAM DUMP V.41 Kg/H 553.O.310 Kg/H 759.090 Kg/H 10.840 Kg/H 29.9 ℃ SYMBOLS : SUPERHEATED STEAM AUXILIARY STEAM BLEED STEAM ー Kg/H 1.0 KJ/Kg 30 Kg/H 140 Kg/H 120 Kg/H PURIF.88MPaG × 450℃ GLAND SEAL MAIN T/G GLAND SEAL MAIN T/G M M GLAND SEAL 3.W. 4. ー℃ 4.03 MJ/Kg 55.9 KJ/Kg MAIN DUMP V.L.T.080 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 3. S. TEMPERATURE BOILER EFFICIENCY 6.PRODUCT TOTAL GENERATOR LOAD ー 1. DIST.3 ℃ 4. 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 61.C.

5.550 Kg/H 500 Kg/H 500 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H LOSSES 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 2.770 Kg/H 1.T. TEMP.8 ℃ 0 Kg/H 0.HTR 180 Kg/H 37. FD.620 Kg/H 27.450 Kg/H 49.88MPaG × 415℃ MAIN FD.R.5 ℃ 7.R.P.0MPaG PRV 850 Kg/H 1.0 ℃ 90 ℃ 9.6MPaG P. TEMPERATURE BOILER EFFICIENCY 6.070 Kg/H 30.24 MPaG PRV 770 kg/H EXH.17MPaG P. CONDR. TK ー Kg/H ー Kg/H ー ℃ 1.8 ℃ 7.V.0/1.PRODUCT TOTAL GENERATOR LOAD ー 900 kW 180 Kg/H 50 Kg/H 20.V.000Kg/H 0 Kg/H F.780 Kg/H A DESIGN CONDITION MAIN TURBINE SHAFT HORSEPOWER 0 kW 0 RPM 5.15 MPa 127 ℃ SYMBOLS : SUPERHEATED STEAM AUXILIARY STEAM BLEED STEAM EXHAUST STEAM FEED or CONDENSATE DRAIN 0 Kg/H ー Kg/H 180 Kg/H 553.W.HTR TRACING STM 50 Kg/H 140 Kg/H ー℃ DIST.770 Kg/H DESUPERHTR 5.O.0 ℃ 850 Kg/H 190 Kg/H 38.W.V.050 Kg/H 500 Kg/H 1. FD.770 Kg/H CONSUMPTION 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 5. 0.O.0MPaG PRV 6.0/0. TURB.88 MPaG 415 ℃ 3.TK 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H GAS VENT.SETT. 5.O.88MPaG × 415℃ GLAND SEAL MAIN T/G GLAND SEAL H.TURB.2 % F.200 Kg/H 140.0MPaG 287℃ 0 Kg/H ECO. ASTERN TURB. 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H DECK USE 0.H.110 Kg/H 10.180 Kg/H 670 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 759. 440 Kg/H 150 Kg/H ー Kg/H ACCOMODATION 0.090 Kg/H 330 Kg/H 5.W.000 Kg/H 500 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H MAIN BOILER MAIN BOILER STEAM PRESSURE STEAM TEMPERATURE FEED W.5/0.R.V.PLANT CIRC. FUEL GAS HTR FORCING VAPORIZER 100 Kg/H DRAIN CLR 820 Kg/H 20 Kg/H 100 Kg/H HOT W. M M 670 Kg/H 1. ー℃ DIST.3MPaG P.03 MJ/Kg 500 Kg/H 10. 9.80 KPaA S.HTR F.W.03MPaG ×420℃ A 90 Kg/H GLAND LEAK A 50 Kg/H GLAND LEAK A GLAND LEAK GLAND LEAK 6. PLANT 7.5 KJ/Kg 50 Kg/H 140 Kg/H 120 Kg/H 10 Kg/H BLR F.3 ℃ 850 Kg/H PUMP GENERATOR DRAIN CLR 120 Kg/H 10 Kg/H MAKE-UP V. L.200 Kg/H 6. HIGH CALORIFIC VALUE 43. 440 Kg/H 200℃ 490 Kg/H DESUPERHTR 0 Kg/H 1.1℃ 83.STEAM DUMP V.A.540 Kg/H 5.HTR 130. DRAIN TK 0 Kg/H Heat Balance Diagram ATMOS DRAIN TK Port Rest 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 12229/30 MA1-ZB01-8 .40 KPaA DEAERATOR 30.450 Kg/H 5.L. 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H OTHERS DIST. 5.C. AT 27℃ 2.070 Kg/H 49.W.5 ℃ ー Kg/H ー ℃ T.200 Kg/H 3RD STG.9 KJ/Kg MAIN DUMP V. GLAND CONDR.W.780 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 2. AUX.000 Kg/H 140 Kg/H A MAIN CONDR. S. 787 Kg/H 850 Kg/H 1. SHAFT REVOLUTION STEAM PRESSURE STEAM TEMPERATURE CONDR PRESS.& SIDE TK PURIF.88MPaG × 415℃ GLAND SEAL MAIN T/G 5.4 ℃ 1ST STG.8.O.O.03 MPaG 420 ℃ 140.P.1 ℃ BURNER ATOMIZ.P.620 Kg/H 27. HTR 20 Kg/H DIST.

3℃ 3.350 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 101.4℃ T. DIST.920 Kg/H 5. CMR / MOTOR RM HTR FUEL GAS HTR FORCING VAPORIZER CMR F.960 Kg/H 58.& SIDE TK PURIF. 10.690 Kg/H DRAIN CLR GAS VENT. 0.0MPaG PRV 0 Kg/H 1. TEMPERATURE BOILER EFFICIENCY F.03 MJ/Kg 0 Kg/H 101. DRAIN TK 3.240 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 130 Kg/H LOSSES 3.88MPaG × 510℃ H.V.110 Kg/H 10.O.080 Kg/H 9.1℃ 320 Kg/H 90 ℃ SYMBOLS : SUPERHEATED STEAM AUXILIARY STEAM BLEED STEAM EXHAUST STEAM FEED or CONDENSATE DRAIN 47.3MPaG P.110 Kg/H 1.0 KJ/Kg MAIN DUMP V. FD.P.220 Kg/H 14.V.9℃ 13.6℃ 1ST STG.370 Kg/H 820 Kg/H DRAIN CLR DIST.TURB. DIST.120 Kg/H 50 Kg/H 270 Kg/H OTHERS DIST.480 Kg/H 144. 5.710 Kg/H 0.T.730 Kg/H 36. SHAFT REVOLUTION STEAM PRESSURE STEAM TEMPERATURE CONDR PRESS.370 kW A MAIN CONDR.080 Kg/H 0.570 Kg/H 910 Kg/H 97.V.0/1.730 Kg/H 25.930 Kg/H 120 Kg/H 30 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 20 Kg/H 5.106MPaA 101 ℃ MAIN BOILER 0 Kg/H 4.370 Kg/H 1.W.W.88 MPaG 510 ℃ 3.HTR TRACING STM HYDRANT HTR HOT W.17MPaG P.080 Kg/H 1.O.O. AT 16℃ A 90 Kg/H GLAND LEAK 5.160 Kg/H 9.100.930 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 7.TK 0 Kg/H Heat Balance Diagram Normal Sea Going Operation 100% MCR On Fuel Oil in Winter Condition ATMOS DRAIN TK 12229/30 MA1-ZB01-9 . HTR ACCOMODATION 3.980Kg/H 574.W.260 Kg/H 10.740 Kg/H 3RD STG.800 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 5.88MPaG × 510℃ MAIN FD.03MPaG ×515℃ 91.200 Kg/H 480 Kg/H 43.420 Kg/H 3.V.280 Kg/H 17. TURB.5 ℃ BURNER ATOMIZ.200 Kg/H 480 Kg/H 550 Kg/H 120 Kg/H 30 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 20 Kg/H 820 Kg/H 0.15 MPa 127 ℃ 111. 79 ℃ 67.P.930 Kg/H CONSUMPTION DESUPERHTR F.800 Kg/H 86.0MPaG PRV 910 Kg/H 6. 5.R.0MPaG 287℃ 6.930 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H MAIN BOILER STEAM PRESSURE STEAM TEMPERATURE FEED W. AUX.HTR F.6MPaG P. 5.370 Kg/H 1.4℃ 3.660 Kg/H 99.600 kW 80.H.03 MPaG 515 ℃ 144. PLANT 111.660 Kg/H 67. FD.24 MPaG PRV 0 kg/H EXH. 0 Kg/H GLAND CONDR.R.840 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 1.220 Kg/H 91. CONDR.48MPaG×215℃ 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 5.STEAM DUMP V.710 Kg/H 5.0/0.9 T/DAY 1.W.PRODUCT TOTAL GENERATOR LOAD 32.P. S.800 Kg/H 1.480 Kg/H 6.4 KJ/Kg ENG RM HTR BLR F.960 Kg/H 17.120 Kg/H 0. HIGH CALORIFIC VALUE 6.840 Kg/H 644.4 ℃ 13.65MPaG×343℃ 0.88MPaG × 510℃ GLAND SEAL MAIN T/G GLAND SEAL MAIN T/G M M GLAND SEAL 3.W.2 ℃ 550 Kg/H MAKE-UP V.41 KPaA S.PLANT CIRC.240 Kg/H A DESIGN CONDITION MAIN TURBINE SHAFT HORSEPOWER 23.7℃ 125. TEMP.SETT.O. 2. 5.41 KPaA DEAERATOR 102.A.R.2 % 43.L.370 Kg/H 127℃ 3.910 Kg/H 200℃ 460 Kg/H DESUPERHTR 10. HTR DECK USE 180 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 3.W. L.HTR 0 Kg/H 49. 7.C.HTR 128.4 ℃ 87. ASTERN TURB.800 Kg/H 1.W.O.400 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 61.5/0.0℃ 65.370 Kg/H 79.980 Kg/H A 50 Kg/H GLAND LEAK 0 Kg/H A GLAND LEAK GLAND LEAK 0 Kg/H ECO. 180 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 3. TK 0 Kg/H PUMP GENERATOR 17.0 RPM 5.080 Kg/H 3.260 Kg/H 4.

O. TK 0 Kg/H PUMP GENERATOR 16. 79 ℃ 61.V.C.5/0.R.R.2 ℃ BURNER ATOMIZ.V.530 Kg/H 127℃ 2.430 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 1. HTR DECK USE 180 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 3.840 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H MAIN BOILER STEAM PRESSURE STEAM TEMPERATURE FEED W. L.PLANT CIRC.45MPaG×332℃ 0.970 Kg/H 3RD STG.200 Kg/H 440 Kg/H 42.130 Kg/H 16.P.6MPaG P.8 ℃ 13.03MPaG ×515℃ 82.W.800 Kg/H 1.HTR F. 6.170 Kg/H 120 Kg/H 30 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 20 Kg/H 5.0MPaG PRV 0 Kg/H 1. PLANT 103.88 MPaG 510 ℃ 3.03 MJ/Kg 0 Kg/H 92.W. DRAIN TK 3.H.91.870 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 5. DIST.33 KPaA S.0/1. 10.110 Kg/H 8. DIST.870 Kg/H 200℃ 460 Kg/H DESUPERHTR 10.2 % 43.STEAM DUMP V.0/0.530 Kg/H 1.450 Kg/H 16.750 Kg/H 140.W.700 Kg/H 50 Kg/H 270 Kg/H OTHERS DIST. FD.430 Kg/H 614.L.840 Kg/H CONSUMPTION DESUPERHTR F.W. FD.840 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 6.880 Kg/H 101.P.710 Kg/H 0.130 Kg/H 58.140MPaA 109 ℃ MAIN BOILER 0 Kg/H 4.5 ℃ 550 Kg/H MAKE-UP V.17MPaG P. 0.800 Kg/H 86.O.620 Kg/H 2.750 Kg/H 6. 5. HTR ACCOMODATION 3.HTR TRACING STM HYDRANT HTR HOT W.V.980 Kg/H A 50 Kg/H GLAND LEAK 0 Kg/H A GLAND LEAK GLAND LEAK 0 Kg/H ECO.800 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 55. ASTERN TURB.3 RPM 5. 180 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 3.O. 0 Kg/H GLAND CONDR. CONDR.R.O. CMR / MOTOR RM HTR FUEL GAS HTR FORCING VAPORIZER CMR F.180 Kg/H 13.240 kW 77.7℃ 13.P. HIGH CALORIFIC VALUE 6.0MPaG 287℃ 6.250 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 92.33 KPaA DEAERATOR 93.4℃ 2.37MPaG×211℃ 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 5.700 Kg/H 7.160 Kg/H 10. TEMPERATURE BOILER EFFICIENCY F.0MPaG PRV 860 Kg/H 6.HTR 128.880 Kg/H 61.750 Kg/H A DESIGN CONDITION MAIN TURBINE SHAFT HORSEPOWER 21.SETT.980Kg/H 559.640 Kg/H 82. 1.0℃ 320 Kg/H 90 ℃ SYMBOLS : SUPERHEATED STEAM AUXILIARY STEAM BLEED STEAM EXHAUST STEAM FEED or CONDENSATE DRAIN 48.320 Kg/H 820 Kg/H DRAIN CLR DIST.4 KJ/Kg ENG RM HTR BLR F.15 MPa 127 ℃ 103.88MPaG × 510℃ GLAND SEAL MAIN T/G GLAND SEAL MAIN T/G M M GLAND SEAL 3.8 ℃ 87.24 MPaG PRV 0 kg/H EXH.320 Kg/H 79.900 Kg/H 860 Kg/H 88.3℃ 125.710 Kg/H 5.T. 5.110 Kg/H 1.4℃ T.03 MPaG 515 ℃ 144.A.TURB.88MPaG × 510℃ H. 5.PRODUCT TOTAL GENERATOR LOAD 31.TK 0 Kg/H Heat Balance Diagram Normal Sea Going Operation 90% MCR On Fuel Oil in Winter Condition ATMOS DRAIN TK 12229/30 MA1-ZB01-10 .480 Kg/H 4.0℃ 65.V.340 kW A MAIN CONDR.800 Kg/H 1.710 Kg/H 25.W.O.940 Kg/H 0.420 Kg/H 1.HTR 0 Kg/H 50.W.7 T/DAY 1.460 Kg/H 8.0 KJ/Kg MAIN DUMP V.710 Kg/H 37.6℃ 1ST STG.050 Kg/H 0.88MPaG × 510℃ MAIN FD.750 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 130 Kg/H LOSSES 3.220 Kg/H 4. TEMP. AUX. S. SHAFT REVOLUTION STEAM PRESSURE STEAM TEMPERATURE CONDR PRESS.5℃ 3.200 Kg/H 440 Kg/H 550 Kg/H 120 Kg/H 30 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 20 Kg/H 820 Kg/H 0.050 Kg/H 3. 5.050 Kg/H 1.W.3MPaG P. TURB.& SIDE TK PURIF. AT 15℃ A 90 Kg/H GLAND LEAK 5.690 Kg/H DRAIN CLR GAS VENT.

O.5/0. AT 17℃ A 90 Kg/H GLAND LEAK 4.TK 0 Kg/H Heat Balance Diagram Half Ahead ( Winter Condition ) ATMOS DRAIN TK 12229/30 MA1-ZB01-11 .930 Kg/H 2.79 MPaG 325℃ 53.9℃ 125. DIST. 5.W.R.690 Kg/H 19.690 Kg/H CONSUMPTION DESUPERHTR F.15 MPa 127 ℃ 59.0/1.310 Kg/H 120 Kg/H 30 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 20 Kg/H 4.4℃ 36. DIST.440 Kg/H 1. 10.& SIDE TK PURIF.HTR TRACING STM HYDRANT HTR HOT W.V.025 kW 990 Kg/H 1.88MPaG × 499℃ H. AUX.HTR F.HTR 990 Kg/H 56.660 Kg/H 53.PLANT CIRC.O.4℃ 190 Kg/H 90 ℃ 59.9 T/DAY 1.88 MPaG 499 ℃ 3. 0.O. S.710 Kg/H 0.260 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 3. 5.200 Kg/H 220 Kg/H 24.24 MPaG PRV 0 kg/H EXH.W. 5.33 KPaA S.680 Kg/H 8.690 Kg/H DRAIN CLR GAS VENT.0℃ MAIN CONDR.17MPaG P.940 Kg/H LOSSES 2.V.000 Kg/H 5.0℃ 3. 4.570 Kg/H A 0 Kg/H GLAND CONDR.200 Kg/H 220 Kg/H 500 Kg/H 120 Kg/H 30 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 20 Kg/H 820 Kg/H 0.5 KJ/Kg ENG RM HTR BLR F.830 Kg/H 620 Kg/H 2.7 ℃ 3. DRAIN TK 3.STEAM DUMP V.P. 79 ℃ 0 Kg/H EXHAUST STEAM FEED or CONDENSATE DRAIN 12. CMR / MOTOR RM HTR FUEL GAS HTR FORCING VAPORIZER CMR F.H. TURB.540 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 50 Kg/H 140 Kg/H OTHERS DIST.03MPaG ×504℃ 6.440 Kg/H 127℃ 980 Kg/H 3.0 ℃ 86.W.3MPaG P.480 Kg/H 18.470 Kg/H 19. L.490 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 8.800 Kg/H 1.910 Kg/H 12.O. PLANT 35.6℃ 0 Kg/H 0.0 RPM 5.0MPaG PRV A DESIGN CONDITION MAIN TURBINE SHAFT HORSEPOWER 2.390 Kg/H 37.500 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 4.R. 180 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 3.A.480 Kg/H 613.88MPaG × 499℃ GLAND SEAL MAIN T/G GLAND SEAL MAIN T/G M M GLAND SEAL 320 Kg/H 2.610 Kg/H ー Kg/H ー Kg/H ー Kg/H MAIN BOILER ー MPaG×ー ℃ ー MPaG×ー ℃ 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 4.600 Kg/H 200℃ 470 Kg/H DESUPERHTR 0 Kg/H 1. FD.0/0.190 kW 35. TEMPERATURE BOILER EFFICIENCY F.380 Kg/H 610 Kg/H 13.33 KPaA DEAERATOR 54.W.TURB.PRODUCT TOTAL GENERATOR LOAD 25.03 MPaG 504 ℃ 140.V.980Kg/H 558.9℃ SYMBOLS : SUPERHEATED STEAM AUXILIARY STEAM BLEED STEAM T.380 Kg/H 6.HTR 129. FD.440 Kg/H 1. TK 3.O.000Kg/H 3RD STG.660 Kg/H 61.470 Kg/H PUMP GENERATOR 12.T.800 Kg/H 86.6MPaG P.0 ℃ BURNER ATOMIZ.SETT.460 Kg/H 17.080 Kg/H 79. TEMP.6 % 43.L.P.0MPaG PRV 8. HIGH CALORIFIC VALUE 6. 4.350 Kg/H 41. HTR ACCOMODATION 3. CONDR.W.700 Kg/H 36.500 Kg/H 9.5 ℃ 500 Kg/H MAKE-UP V.C. 25.0℃ 71.W.740 Kg/H A 50 Kg/H GLAND LEAK 0 Kg/H A GLAND LEAK GLAND LEAK 0 Kg/H ECO.710 Kg/H 5.P.03 MJ/Kg 320 Kg/H 53.470 Kg/H 57. SHAFT REVOLUTION STEAM PRESSURE STEAM TEMPERATURE CONDR PRESS.380 Kg/H 140.88MPaG × 499℃ MAIN FD. ASTERN TURB.R.W.470 Kg/H 6.16.010 Kg/H 1.920 Kg/H 25.690 Kg/H 0 Kg/H MAIN BOILER ー MPaA ー℃ STEAM PRESSURE STEAM TEMPERATURE FEED W.080 Kg/H 190 Kg/H 820 Kg/H DRAIN CLR DIST.5℃ 1ST STG.4 KJ/Kg MAIN DUMP V.V. HTR DECK USE 180 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 3.800 Kg/H 1. 3.

HTR F.500 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 4.O. 3.210Kg/H 3RD STG.O. FD.980Kg/H 548.760 Kg/H A 0 Kg/H GLAND CONDR.13.910 Kg/H 12.060 Kg/H 38.W.O. TK 3.900 Kg/H 54. 25.360 Kg/H 1.0/0.7℃ 0 Kg/H 0.2℃ SYMBOLS : SUPERHEATED STEAM AUXILIARY STEAM BLEED STEAM T.025 kW 980 Kg/H 1. HTR DECK USE 180 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 3.15 MPa 127 ℃ 58.O.420 Kg/H 759. SHAFT REVOLUTION STEAM PRESSURE STEAM TEMPERATURE CONDR PRESS.88MPaG × 497℃ GLAND SEAL MAIN T/G GLAND SEAL MAIN T/G M M GLAND SEAL 350 Kg/H 2.930 Kg/H 600 Kg/H 11.680 Kg/H 42. PLANT 34.440 Kg/H 25.V.710 Kg/H 0.5/0.710 Kg/H 5.& SIDE TK PURIF.03MPaG ×502℃ 6.690 Kg/H CONSUMPTION DESUPERHTR F.W.1℃ 125.660 Kg/H 5.03 MJ/Kg 350 Kg/H 52. DIST.690 Kg/H DRAIN CLR GAS VENT.690 Kg/H 0 Kg/H MAIN BOILER ー MPaA ー℃ STEAM PRESSURE STEAM TEMPERATURE FEED W. HIGH CALORIFIC VALUE 6. 5.320 Kg/H 19.8℃ 1ST STG.360 Kg/H 127℃ 980 Kg/H 3.8 ℃ 3.T.24 MPaG PRV 0 kg/H EXH.W.V.33 KPaA DEAERATOR 53.800 Kg/H 1.SETT. 0.500 Kg/H LOSSES 2.R.900 Kg/H 61.P.7℃ 190 Kg/H 90 ℃ 58.400 Kg/H 6.870 Kg/H 1.7 T/DAY 1.V.0℃ 71.A. 4. L. 5.590 Kg/H 140.740 Kg/H A 50 Kg/H GLAND LEAK 0 Kg/H A GLAND LEAK GLAND LEAK 0 Kg/H ECO.9 KJ/Kg ENG RM HTR BLR F. DIST.360 Kg/H 1.220 Kg/H 120 Kg/H 30 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 20 Kg/H 4.400 Kg/H PUMP GENERATOR 12.200 Kg/H 220 Kg/H 24.600 Kg/H 200℃ 470 Kg/H DESUPERHTR 0 Kg/H 1. TEMPERATURE BOILER EFFICIENCY F.88MPaG × 497℃ H.740 Kg/H 2.070 Kg/H 190 Kg/H 820 Kg/H DRAIN CLR DIST. DRAIN TK 3.R.720 Kg/H 620 Kg/H 2.500 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 6.78 MPaG 326℃ 52. TEMP.17MPaG P.PLANT CIRC.HTR TRACING STM HYDRANT HTR HOT W.TURB.470 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 50 Kg/H 140 Kg/H OTHERS DIST.7 % 43.HTR 129. FD.W. HTR ACCOMODATION 3.L.88MPaG × 497℃ MAIN FD.33 KPaA S.STEAM DUMP V.P.PRODUCT TOTAL GENERATOR LOAD 25.R. S.0MPaG PRV 7. ASTERN TURB.0MPaG PRV A DESIGN CONDITION MAIN TURBINE SHAFT HORSEPOWER 1.800 Kg/H 86.850 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 3. 5.690 Kg/H 21.TK 0 Kg/H Heat Balance Diagram Slow Ahead ( Winter Condition ) ATMOS DRAIN TK 12229/30 MA1-ZB01-12 .0℃ MAIN CONDR. 4.200 Kg/H 220 Kg/H 500 Kg/H 120 Kg/H 30 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 20 Kg/H 820 Kg/H 0. 10.1 ℃ 86.C. CMR / MOTOR RM HTR FUEL GAS HTR FORCING VAPORIZER CMR F.600 Kg/H ー Kg/H ー Kg/H ー Kg/H MAIN BOILER ー MPaG×ー ℃ ー MPaG×ー ℃ 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 4.690 Kg/H 38.88 MPaG 497 ℃ 3.H.4℃ 36. AUX.470 kW 30.500 Kg/H 6.W.0/1.360 Kg/H 21.6MPaG P.3MPaG P.W.420 Kg/H 18.O. AT 19℃ A 90 Kg/H GLAND LEAK 4.1 ℃ BURNER ATOMIZ.0 RPM 5. TURB.03 MPaG 502 ℃ 140.070 Kg/H 79.0℃ 3.9 KJ/Kg MAIN DUMP V.590 Kg/H 6.P. 79 ℃ 0 Kg/H EXHAUST STEAM FEED or CONDENSATE DRAIN 12.400 Kg/H 57.240 Kg/H 6. 180 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 3.V.HTR 980 Kg/H 56.5 ℃ 500 Kg/H MAKE-UP V. CONDR.W.800 Kg/H 1.

390 Kg/H 15.03 MPaG 468 ℃ 140.620 Kg/H A 50 Kg/H GLAND LEAK A GLAND LEAK 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H GLAND LEAK ECO.HTR TRACING STM HYDRANT HTR HOT W. FD. CONDR.450 Kg/H 20 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 7. 9. 12.15 MPa 127 ℃ 23. DIST. 5.1 ℃ 81. 540 Kg/H ー Kg/H 50 Kg/H 140 Kg/H OTHERS DIST.980Kg/H 550.R.0/0.570 Kg/H 1.88MPaG × 463℃ MAIN FD.17MPaG P.620 Kg/H 759.R. FD.P. 5.370 kW 480 Kg/H A MAIN CONDR.0MPaG PRV 2.6MPaG P.560 Kg/H 3RD STG. CMR / MOTOR RM HTR FUEL GAS HTR FORCING VAPORIZER CMR F.03MPaG ×468℃ 6.800 Kg/H 5.7℃ ー Kg/H ー℃ ー℃ T.HTR F.W.5/0.88MPaG × 463℃ GLAND SEAL MAIN T/G GLAND SEAL MAIN T/G M M GLAND SEAL 500 Kg/H 1. AUX.710 Kg/H 0.000 Kg/H GLAND CONDR.570 Kg/H CONSUMPTION DESUPERHTR F.100 Kg/H 45.C.390 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 2.A. TURB.88MPaG × 463℃ H.STEAM DUMP V.O.03 MJ/Kg 500 Kg/H 25.910Kg/H 660 Kg/H 1.200 Kg/H 110 Kg/H 24.570 Kg/H 0 Kg/H MAIN BOILER ー MPaA ー℃ STEAM PRESSURE STEAM TEMPERATURE FEED W.HTR 128.W.O.670 Kg/H 3. TEMPERATURE BOILER EFFICIENCY F.HTR 480 Kg/H 44. HIGH CALORIFIC VALUE 6.870 Kg/H ー Kg/H ー Kg/H ー Kg/H MAIN BOILER ー MPaG×ー ℃ ー MPaG×ー ℃ 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 6.36 KPaA DEAERATOR 46.120 Kg/H 500 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 500 Kg/H LOSSES 0 Kg/H 2.900 Kg/H 6.V.O.T.H. DIST.4 ℃ 2.W.080 Kg/H 430 Kg/H 7.000 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 2. DRAIN TK 3.620 Kg/H 15.P.V. 0. AT 3℃ A 90 Kg/H GLAND LEAK 6.710 Kg/H 5.O.670 Kg/H 3. ASTERN TURB.88 MPaG 463 ℃ 1.100 Kg/H PUMP GENERATOR ー Kg/H ー℃ 71.0/1. 180 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 3.W.V.9 % 43.7℃ 1.200 Kg/H 110 Kg/H 480 Kg/H 120 Kg/H 30 Kg/H 2.9 KJ/Kg MAIN DUMP V.W. HTR DECK USE 180 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 3.4℃ 0 Kg/H 0.36 KPaA S.PRODUCT TOTAL GENERATOR LOAD ー 1.920 Kg/H 200℃ 490 Kg/H DESUPERHTR ー Kg/H 1.98 MPaG 318℃ 25. 5.640Kg/H 1.230 Kg/H 190 Kg/H 920 Kg/H 820 Kg/H DRAIN CLR DIST.SETT. TEMP.10.L.R.24 MPaG PRV 0 kg/H EXH.6℃ 1ST STG. 6.750 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 0 Kg/H 6.700 Kg/H 9. HTR ACCOMODATION 3.0MPaG PRV A DESIGN CONDITION MAIN TURBINE SHAFT HORSEPOWER ー kW ー RPM 5.1 KJ/Kg ENG RM HTR BLR F.2℃ 0 Kg/H ー Kg/H ー℃ 480 Kg/H 3.100 Kg/H 2.900 Kg/H 140.800 Kg/H 1. SHAFT REVOLUTION STEAM PRESSURE STEAM TEMPERATURE CONDR PRESS.W.450 Kg/H 20 Kg/H 820 Kg/H 0.700 Kg/H 55.V. L. 20.6℃ 190 Kg/H 90 ℃ SYMBOLS : SUPERHEATED STEAM AUXILIARY STEAM BLEED STEAM EXHAUST STEAM FEED or CONDENSATE DRAIN 42. S.O.W. PLANT 23.TK 0 Kg/H Heat Balance Diagram ATMOS DRAIN TK Port Hotel Load ( Winter Condition ) 12229/30 MA1-ZB01-13 . 1.960 Kg/H 15. TK 2.800 Kg/H 1.690 Kg/H DRAIN CLR GAS VENT.& SIDE TK PURIF.3MPaG P.5 ℃ ー Kg/H 480 Kg/H MAKE-UP V.220 Kg/H 120 Kg/H 30 Kg/H 2.1 ℃ BURNER ATOMIZ.TURB.P.PLANT CIRC.

Great care must be taken.03 MPa x 515°C at superheated steam Drum 7.200kg/h at 100% MCR 6.2.2 MPa ASLD 5.2 “Main Boiler Operation” and the procedure for warming up of main turbine is referred to section 4. of sets : Model : Type : Maximum evaporation : Normal evaporation : Steam condition : Safety valve settings : All the steam requirements for the vessel are generated in the two main boilers. These circuits are designed to supply the auxiliary machinery from either boiler giving greater flexibility. The system must be carefully drained of any water during this warming process to prevent steam hammer or water hammer taking place.3. As the steam pressure builds and the water is driven from the system the drains can be closed in. from where it is distributed to the various desuperheated steam services via valves 145B. The procedure for bringing the superheated steam system into operation is described in detail in section 4. A similar arrangement with two main stop valves. When sufficient drainage and warming through has taken place the system should be at a similar pressure and temperature as the steam supply with the drains closed in to allow sufficient flow to keep the system clear of water and the bypass valve fully opened. situated in the water drum regulates the outlet temperature of the superheated steam. The main feed water pump in stand-by should be warmed up to prepare for automatic changeover of the pumps. Warming through bypass valves are provided at all the principal stop valves. The drain valves should be closed when the system is in use with a steam flow demand. Services Supplied from the Superheated Steam System The following machinery is operated from the superheated steam system : • Main turbine • Main generator turbines • Main feed water pump turbines • Desuperheated steam system Controls The warm-up steam shut-off valve for main turbine is automatic closed by any of following signals at auto mode.4 “Main Turbine Warming-up System”. For this reason any water is to be removed from the system before the pressure and temperature are increased.25MPa) High shaft revolution (0. The warming up valves fitted around motor steam stop valves 021 and 023VPA should be opened anytime and the stand-by pump turbine is run at revolution 300 to 700rpm.204rpm) The auxiliary diesel generator engine will automatically start when the inlet main steam pressure of generator turbine goes down (4.1 Superheated Steam System Procedure for Putting the Superheated Steam System into Service Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd 2 sets Mitsubishi MB-3E Two drum water tube natural circulation 55. safety being the governing factor. Where temperature and pressure gauges are fitted the increase can be monitored and controlled. Steam from the superheater outlet is led to the internal desuperheater.60 Mpa Superheat outlet 6. To ensure that there is always a flow through the secondary superheater. A control valve regulates the outlet from the desuperheater to the secondary superheater depending on the outlet temperature of the steam leaving the boiler. which serves as a function of the boiler control system.1. Mechanical damage can be caused to the surrounding materials. The expansion of the steam across the valve requires some of its internal energy to be used thus lowering its temperature. Heating the various parts of the system too quickly can lead to thermal distortion and damage to joints and packing.2 MPa 530 ℃ 525 ℃ 480 ℃ (Main boiler superheater outlet steam) PT 502 Pressure PT 502 TS TR TR 467 511 511 Temperature (Main turbine inlet superheated steam) PT 101 Pressure PT 084 TR TR 111 085 Temperature PAL 5. partially opened. In principle the section or sections of line to be put into service should have all drains along the line open when shutting down the system and should be found in the same condition prior to commencing warming through. Taking steam from the primary superheater and leading it through the temperature control desuperheater. Alarms Sensor Tag No.5 MPa . The main section stop valve can now be carefully opened giving due consideration to the pressure and temperature increase that may take place. The pressure must be increased gradually to allow expansion of the components to take place at a rate that will not lead to material failure.15 MPa TA H 5 2 8 ASLD 538 ℃ ℃ (Main feed pump turbine inlet superheated steam) PT 574 Pressure PAL 5. a line fitted with an orifice bypasses the temperature control desuperheater and the control valve.65 MPa and 7. Any sudden increase in pressure can send shock waves throughout the system which are very likely to cause damage. valves and joints.40 Mpa It is important when bringing any steam system into service to slowly raise the temperature of the pipes. The time taken and the rate of increase of the pressure in the system are dependant upon the length of the system.9MPa). Function Set point PAH PAL ESD TA H TA L 6. The steam flows through the primary section of the superheater and then to the secondary superheater section. situated in the steam drum via valve 141B. 011 and 012VPA. This admits a controlled quantity of steam at low pressure to enter the system. The temperature control valve also has a bypass orifice. ● ● High supply steam pressure (1. Steam from the steam drum passes to the primary superheater section through an orifice where the pressure drop is measured and converted to a signal for steam flow. drained and pressurized at a controlled rate. Similar actions should be taken with the machinery being put into service so that the steam system and the machinery are being drained and gradually warmed though. the materials and types of jointing and the machinery being prepared. With the stop valve fully open the drains and bypass valves can now be closed. The superheated steam system has been arranged to allow each section to be warmed though.000kg/h 46. With the section main stop valve closed the bypass valve should be gradually. where a common line supplies the main turbine.3. The boiler main superheat stop valves and the intermediate valves have drains and warming through bypass valves.2 MPa 5. interconnects both supplying turbine generators and boiler feed pump turbines. The main turbine main stop valves 001and 002VPA interconnect both boilers. Boiler Details Maker : No.

TURB.T. HP TURBINE RO 041 TM 111 TAH 111 TAL 111 ASD 085 H 25 FOR MASTER 144B 143B T TS TM 511 G (5) H (3) 125B (3) 125B (3) ESD 467 P PM 501 50B 076VPA OIO 050 OIS 050 072VPA PAH 110 TRIP AHEAD STOP V.D/G AUTO START 272 P PM 221 PS P OIS 413 OIO 413 131B 408 STC 408 (3) 014VPA NO.0 MPa DESUPERHTD STM A 110 T P ASD 084 L PM 101 PAL 101 T 122B TAH 511 TAL 511 NO. 15 (4) TO ATMOS DRAIN TK (5) TO FLASH CHAMBER G 15 PM 502 121B P (3) 122B PAH 502 PAL 502 (4) 023VPA (4) (4) 024VPA (4) 1ST STG AUX.TURB.1 MAIN FD.1.T. (3) (3) 011VPA 125 (2) OIS 413 OIO 413 STC 408 EMERG.W. CONN. FOR STC 125 012VPA 76B (4) (3) (3) 138B 150 002VPA 150 200 150 TM 118 150 150 138B 76B 001VPA 150 XA 046 TAH 115 OIO 046 TM 115 OIS 046 AOS 046 T TAL 118 AOS 0454 OIS 0454 OIO 0454 ASTERN MANEUV.0 MPa DESUPERHTD STM 50B TS T 125 100 015VPA P (4) NO. 125B 125B M 021VPA 50 50 NO. 082VPA 081VPA (3) 79B 131B P 150 78B 1ST STG PM 102 PM 106 P OIS OIO 0451 0451 (5) (5) 71B (3) 132B 74B 37B 141B (3) 81B (2) (3) 136B 135B 134B 6.1 MAIN BOILER 121B 25 50 075VPA 073VPA 25 074VPA 077VPA 071VPA G (5) P PM 502 PAH 502 PAL 502 (4) 200 . 74B 141B STM FLOW 144B 81B 71B 083VPA 084VPA (3) (3) (3) 79B (3) 143B 132B 78B (3) (3) 125 136B 100 135B 134B 525 1ST STG AUX. T OI 042 RO 042 FOR STC 408 034VPA LP TURBINE ASTERN GUARD V.1a Superheated Steam System PAL 574 AOS 556 RO 556 OIO 556 OIS 556 PM 574 OIS 556 OIO 556 RO 556 AOS 556 NOTE P FOR MASTER P M 022VPA (2) TO ATMOSPHERE (3) TO CLEAN DRAIN TK NO.2 MAIN BOILER TAH 511 TAL 511 H ESD 467 TM 511 PM 501 G PS P T 6.P.2 MAIN GENE.3.W.1 MAIN GENE.D/G AUTO START 272 (3) (2) 37B 50 P PM 221 (2) G NO.0 MPa DESUPERHTD STM STM FLOW 525 OIO 0452 OIS 0452 TM 1161 TM 1162 AHEAD NOZZLE V. P PS PM 110 PIC 110 G 50 6.2 MAIN FD.P.V.

0 MPa Desuperheated Steam System Main Boiler Soot Blow The soot blow steam isolating valves 052 / 053VPA should be closed and the manual drain valves 056 / 059VPA should be opened at soot blower not using condition. LP Turbine Sole Running If failure occurs in the HP turbine or associated gearing. When the damage has been to the LP turbine and the ship is to be operated on the HP turbine only. the steam shut-off valve 284B is closed and the drain piston valves 285B and 472B are opened.3 “Auxiliary Steam System” or 3. • Close drain piston valve 285B after warming-up (timer) • Start soot blowing.6 “Exhaust and Dump Steam System”) The boiler desuperheated steam is supplied for auxiliary steam system via 6. 512 Function BLR desuperheated steam outlet temperature BLR soot blow steam pressure (Soot blow abnormal) Set point TA H 400 ℃ Internal Desuperheaters Superheated steam from the outlet of each boiler is led to an internal desuperheater fitted in the steam drum of each boiler. a) b) c) d) Open soot blow steam isolating valves 052 / 053VPA. Select control mode (Both BLR or No.0MPa PRV 040VPA.2 BLR).2 6. the LP turbine can be operated singly at reduced power by internal desuperheated steam.1 BLR or No. the desuperheated steam is connected to the crossover pipe using the emergency piping. . They are controlled by command from the boiler automatic combustion control system (ACC). When the ship is to be operated on the LP turbine only.2 “Main Boiler Operation”) a) Open all drain valves on desuperheated steam lines.5 “1. close the line drain valves. two (2) identical main dump valves 037VPA and 038VPA and two (2) external desuperheaters are provided for dump steam treatment.0 MPa Systems Supplied from the Main Desuperheated Steam System • Boiler soot blower system • Main dump steam system • Main turbine emergency steaming connection • Auxiliary steam system through reducing valves One (1) long retractable soot blower for boiler superheater. d) When the desuperheated line pressure equals boiler pressure. Both boilers feed a common range from which the steam is branched away to the auxiliary services. • Close drain piston valve 472B. The desuperheated steam exits the internal desuperheater and is led to the desuperheated steam system through a primary and a secondary stop valves 145B and 031and 032VPA.1. Alarms Sensor TR Tag No. b) Slowly open stop valves 031 / 032VPA for both internal desuperheaters.1. Superheated steam is led to the internal desuperheater through valve 141B. PS 533 PAL 4. (See 3. • After the soot blowing is finished. the HP turbine exhaust is connected directly to the LP turbine exhaust casing using the emergency piping. Start sequence •Sequence start : Soot blow of boiler and economizer • Economizer start : Soot blow of only economizer Following operation will be carried out automatically.3. then no astern power will be available.0MPa Desuperheated Steam System”) Main Turbine Emergency Operation (See 9. the HP turbine can be operated singly at reduced power by ordinal superheated steam. c) After the lines are pressurized and drained. In this case. (See 3. In this case. two (2) rotary soot blowers for boiler bank tube and four (4) rotary soot blowers for economizer are provided per one (1) boiler. Astern running will be carried out by opening the astern manoeuvring valve at the engine side. fully open the stop valves 031 / 032VPA.32MPa.0/1. System Starting (See 4.1. Consequently the heat given up by the previously superheated steam is recovered and no loss of energy should result. which then allows a heat exchange to take place between the superheated steam entering the desuperheater and the saturated steam / water within the steam drum.3 “Solo Running of Main Turbine”) HP Turbine Sole Running If failure occurs in the LP turbine or associated gearing. The steam pressure is reduced by throttling of main dump valves and the temperature is lowered by external desuperheaters with injection of spray water from condensate water system. One (1) air piston valve 033VPA. the steam chest pressure of the LP turbine must not exceed 0.3.1. • Open soot blow steam shut-off valve 284B.

SOOT BLOWER 50 50 285B TRIP PS 50 PM 532 P 284B (4) AOS 533 OIO 533 OIS 533 (4) 035VPA 037VPA TO MAIN OR AUX.1.3.V. CONDR TO ECO.1 MAIN BLR AOS 812 OIO 812 OIS 812 MAIN DUMP V. FROM ACC ACC 412 (3) 50 150 033VPA 036VPA 038VPA TO MAIN OR AUX. CONDR 50 50 50 (2) 472B 15 056VPA 15 50 50 15 50 FOR BLR WASHING SOOT BLOWER STM HDR .0 MPA AUX.2a 6. 150 T 125 045VPA 046VPA 031VPA 125 052VPA 200 150 80 A 803 PIC 803 P 100 100 039VPA 040VPA 041VPA TO 1.STM LINE 142B 143B (3) NO.R. SOOT BLOWER NO.0 MPa P.0 MPa Desuperheated Steam System TRIP PS NOTE PM 532 P FOR BLR WASHING (2) TO ATMOSPHERE (3) TO CLEAN DRAIN TK (4) TO ATMOS DRAIN TK 50 472B 15 15 285B 059VPA 15 50 SOOT BLOWER STM HDR 50 50 50 50 (2) 50 284B AOS 533 OIO 533 OIS 533 50 50 TO ECO.2 MAIN BLR 141B 145B P PM 503 TAH 512 TM 512 T 125 047VPA 048VPA 053VPA 032VPA 125 142B 143B SUPERHTD STM 71B (3) (3) 125 50 FOR TURBINE SOLE RUNNING 71B 034VPA SUPERHTD STM P PM 503 TAH 512 TM 512 141B 145B (4) 042VPA 80 6/1.

30MPa and closes at under 0. These turbines both exhaust joins the 0.87MPa of 1st bleed pressure : Under 0.0 / 1.34 MPa steam ESD 0. • • • • 1.24MPa steam is supplied to main boiler steam air heaters and high pressure 3rd stage feed water heater. Close compressed air supply valves 025 / 035VPB.0Mpa desuperheated heating steam Make up for 2nd bleed line via pressure reducing valve The 0.17MPa steam Deaerator shell Main turbine packing steam Generator turbine packing steam PAH 0. The 1. The normal bleed steam pressure of 0. Excess pressure from the system is dumped to the main condenser by a controller with a set point of over 0. 504 469 805 830 107 107 223 Function Set point Main boiler burner atomizing PAL 0. The bleed valve 001VPB opens automatically by a signal from the pressure switch located at the bleed off point.0Mpa external desuperheater. the excess pressure can be diverted to the auxiliary condenser.25MPa of 2nd bleed pressure System Starting a) b) Ensure all supply steam lines are drained and warmed.3. d) a) b) c) Close compressed air root valves 141 / 144VPE. (See 3. During normal plant operations. main turbine bleeders and main feed pump turbine exhaust.1. PT PT PT .Atomizing steam header drain 022 / 027ZPD. The 0. 1) Deaerating feed water heater (Deaerator) 2) Main turbine and generator turbine(s) gland packing steam On occasions it is possible for the supply of steam to exceed the demand.0MPa pressure reducing valve 040VPA.62MPa joins the 1.0MPa Desuperheated Steam System”) The 0. The 1. These valves are opened manually with the operator’s confirmation after open request on ICAS.17MPa range. the heating steam is not supplied to the 1st stage feed water heater.10 Mpa : 0. The external desuperheater is provided with a by-pass valve against malfunction of desuperheater so enable to continue the plant operation.24MPa make-up reducing valve 012VPB The 2nd bleed steam is bled from the HP/LP crossover pipe.25MPa. one of the two turbine feed pumps is always operating.0MPa range steam is supplied through 1. Doing so will cause a sudden loss of vacuum within the main condenser and subsequent trip of the main turbine. purging and cooling steam Main boiler smothering (for wind box) 1. 0.87MPa and closes at under 0.17MPa.1. Controls Following relief valves are provided to protect over pressurization. However.70 MPa : 0.17MPa steam is supplied to following services. These are supplied from boiler internal desuperheaters. If the main condenser is shut down. Always use by-pass lines around pressure reducing valves for warming-through purposes. .0 / 0.0MPa pressure range is supplied to the desuperheated heating steam system through 1. All drain traps’ isolating valves on the system should be opened. Open drain traps and valves .24MPa steam line 0.24MPa range through control valve 052VPB and from the main feed water pump turbine exhaust steam. The bleed valve 041VPB opens automatically by a signal from the pressure switch located at the bleed off point. After the line has been warmed sufficiently. Exhaust steam spill valve 052VPC dumps excess steam to the condensers with valve 055VPC directing the steam to the main condenser or valve 056VPC directing steam to the atmospheric auxiliary condenser.3 Auxiliary Steam System Steam Ranges Five reduced pressure steam ranges are provided at a 1.1.30 MPa 0.70 MPa : 0.24MPa steam line 0. The normal bleed steam pressure of 1.30 MPa 005VPB 044VPB The 1st bleed steam is bled from the main turbine at the fifth stage of the HP turbine. but automatic operation will normally be selected.0MPa range is supplied from either the 1st bleed steam on the HP turbine while the 1st bleed steam is available or the boiler internal desuperheater steam through reducing valve 040VPA and it supplies to the following services : 1) 2) 3) 4) Main boiler burner atomizing. when the main turbine load is lower than the pressure to open the swing valve.27 MPa PAL 0. CAUTION Do not open both the dump to the main condenser and the dump to the auxiliary condenser at the same time if the main condenser is under normal vacuum. and 0.Atomizing steam escape valves 026 / 036VPB. On 3rd feed heater On deaerator The 1st and 2nd bleed steams are served through electric motor operated check valves 001/ 041VPB.17MPa range is supplied from the 0.30MPa of 2nd bleed pressure : Under 0.24MPa range is fed from two separate sources. Ensure control air is available. or at local. The bleed valves can be opened or closed from the ICAS when switched to the REMOTE position.0 / 0.Drain separator drain 023 / 028ZPD.85MPa of 1st bleed pressure : Over 0.24MPa range supply system. open the reducing valve outlet stop valve. The bleed valve opens at a pressure of over 0.0MPa steam line 0.5 “1.0MPa range supply system also supplied by the boiler internal desuperheaters through 6.17MPa.65MPa joins the 0. The 0. (See 3. The 1. . Alarm Sensor PT PS PT PT Tag No. The 3rd bleed steam is supplied for the 1st stage feed water heater through swing type non-return valve when the main turbine is operated under the appropriate load. Slowly open atomizing steam supply valves 021 / 031VPB.6 “Exhaust & Dump Steam System”) The primary steam feed for this system comes from the feed water pump turbine exhausts.24MPa.85MPa. These are : 1) 2nd bleed 2) 1. • 1st bleed valve Open request Automatic close • 2nd bleed valve Open request Automatic close : Over 0. and are closed automatically.24MPa pressure reducing valve 012VPB when the 2nd bleed steam is not available. slowly open the inlet valve and close the bypass valve.12 MPa PA H PA L PA L 35 kPa 0 kPa 3 kPa c) Boiler Atomizing Medium When the boiler atomizing medium is changed from air to steam. but it is heated only drain from the steam air heaters.17MPa steam line : 1. it should be done at boiler stop condition. The bleed valve opens at a pressure of over 0.0MPa.

TURBINE TO GLAND T TM 114 081VPB 100 250 40 P F.3MPaG TM SPM (2) NOTE: 100 S.3a Auxiliary Steam System SET AT 0. 002VPB 150 040VPA 041VPA 6/1. 256B 254B 100 038VPB 339B 037VPB PM SPM SET AT 0.P.H.V.2 MAIN GEN.10 MPA 005VPB 150 051VPC (4) 803 052VPC 053VPC EXH.PUMP TURB.C.O. CONDR AOS 043 RO 043 OIO 043 OIS 043 M 001VPB 100 005VPB A 125 004VPB 003VPB 1.17 MPA P.O.3. 256B 254B 15 OIO 428 OIS 428 029VPB 801 150 054VPB A SMOTHERING STM (4) 188B 25 026VPB 250 053VPB 052VPB 0.0/0. P PM 223 PAL 223 25 031VPB PIC 223 PS 469 409 033VPB 40 ESD 25 (4) TO ACC PAH 805 P P PS 469 ESD 409 P 025VPB PM 805 100 A 40 223 A 223 (3) G PM 504 TO ACC FROM ACC 25 062VPB (5) PAL 504 25 40 (3) 40 PIC 801 (5) 80 PIC 107 MAKE-UP V.O. (5) (5) P OIS 044 OIO 044 RO 044 AOS 044 M 041VPB (5) F. TO GLAND P PM 223 PAL 223 NO. TM SPM T 2ND BLEED TM 113 TM 112 TM 8062 TIC 807 014VPB 020VPB 807 A 100 250 269B TAH 8062 807 1.V. 256B 254B 253B OIO 428 OIS 428 253B P FROM ACC 255B F.V.A.3 MPA P.70MPAG P A 25 063VPB 223 A 223 (5) (4) 244B 209B 244B 209B 15 039VPB 035VPB 043VPB (5) NO.0 MPA P.0 MPA DESUPERHTR T 401VPB 008VPB P A 125 011VPB 054VPC 012VPB 1.V.2 MAIN BLR SMOTHERING STM 255B 188B 25 410 TO ACC 036VPB 25 DEAERATOR DEAERATOR (2) SET AT 0. TO GLAND OIO 427 OIS 427 FROM ACC 25 (3) 40 (4) PM 504 PAL 504 G 40 032VPB 226B 200 250 200 3RD STAGE FD.R.A. C TR 114 028VPB 339B 027VPB PACK.STM SPILL V.C.TURB. DRAIN TK (5) TO MAIN CONDR NO.HTR FROM FEED W.1 MAIN GEN.AIR (4) TO ATMOS.TURBINE P PM 103 S.0MPaA P. 057VPB (4) 209B 244B 209B 244B 40 TO ACC OIO 427 OIS 427 022VPB 226B 021VPB PIC 107 C PM 107 PAL 107 PAH 107 (4) 410 023VPB A 107 PM 105 3RD BLEED 25 L.R.O.HTR . PIC 802 802 (5) (STEAM SIDE) 300 TAL 8062 (4) T TO 1.0 MPA DESUPHTD STM LINE P 125 125 100 C 013VPB PAL PM 8061 SPM (4) 125 80 042VPA 803 FROM BLR PRESS. 051VPB 100 (4) 150 200 1ST BLEED NO.P.TURB. DESUPERHTD STM 039VPA A PIC 803 (2) P SET AT 1. 150 (4) 80 009VPB 1ST STAGE FD.70MPAG 044VPB PAL 830 PIC 223 25 F.STM RESERV.SERV.W.1 MAIN BLR T 268B PM 104 H.W.H. 255B 253B 256B 255B 254B 253B FROM ACC 107 A SPILL V. TO MAIN OR AUX. T 268B TM SPM T 056VPB P PM 830 250 269B (2) TO ATMOSPHERE (3) GENE.1.

No. the steam for cold weather is supplied and drainage should be completed. reduced in pressure at valve 054VPF before being passed to the desuperheater. Any sudden increase in pressure can send shock waves throughout the system which are very likely to cause damage.0MPa Desuperheated Steam System General Procedure for Putting the Systems into Operation Temperature control valves are provided as follows. Hot water heater Main boiler burner tip cleaning carrier.3Mpa pressure reducing valve 172VPB. heater. 1. Inert gas generator.2: 133VPB.000 kg/h 1. of sets : Type : Maximum evaporation : Steam condition : Nippon Keystone Corporation 1 set Water Spray Injection 13. heater. where the steam is not supplied. 4) FO settling tank • The FO temperature is controlled to 55℃ by the self contained type temperature control valve provided for each FO settling tank No. • The valves are controlled by ICAS. valves and joints. Gas compressors. 3) Hot water heater • The water temperature is controlled to 80℃ by steam heater and/or electric heater. 1) Boiler FO heater • Master valve 144VPB and slave valve 145VPB for No. Fuel oil heaters and purifier L. Mechanical damage can be caused to the surrounding materials.8 MPa 3) Hydrant heater and stern tube F. Main air conditioner and accommodation through 0. The feed water is injected directly into the steam pipe reducing the temperature of the steam before it is directed to the auxiliary system.3.0MPa desuperheater outlet temperature Set point PAL 0. 6) Hydrant heater • The sea water temperature for hydrant and spray water is controlled to 10℃ by a control valve 160VPB provided at heating steam. • The valve is controlled by local controller It is important when bringing any steam system into service to slowly raise the temperature of the pipes. • The self contained type temperature control valve is provided for steam heater and the electric heater is operated with thermostat.2: 166VPB. Also. temperature at purifier suction is controlled to 80℃ with control valve 105VPB.1. The system must be carefully drained of any water during this warming process to prevent steam hammer or water hammer taking place. No.6Mpa pressure reducing valve 179VPB Alarms Sensor PT Alarm No 806 Function 1. This ensures that during times of low spray water demand.W. Hose connections.0 / 1.1: 113VPB.2 boiler are provided for viscosity/temperature control of boiler FO. Feed water is taken from either the main or auxiliary feed lines.0MPaG × 300℃ × 200℃ An external desuperheater is provided after the 6. gas heaters and vaporizers in cargo machinery room. 1) 2) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) Deck Service a) b) Open isolating valve after drainage by manual drain valve Before navigation in cold weather.0MPa External Desuperheater Maker : No.0MPa desuperheater outlet pressure 1. Heating the various parts of the system too quickly can lead to thermal distortion and damage to joints and packing.O. • The valve is controlled by local controller. The pressure must be increased gradually to allow expansion of the components to take place at a rate that will not lead to material failure. Oil tank heating and steam trace heating.5 1.1 boiler and 150VPB and 151VPB for No.0MPa desuperheated steam is supplied for the following services.O. TR TR 806 806 TAH 220 ℃ TAL 170 ℃ . the steam line exposed to cold weather should be completely drained to prevent freezing.0MPa reducing valve 040VPA where the steam temperature is reduced to 200°C before supplying the auxiliary services. • The valve is controlled by local controller 7) Stern tube fresh water heater • The cooling fresh water temperature for stern tube LO cooler is controlled to 37℃ by a control valve 262VPB provided at heating steam. Measures for frigid climate conditions through 0. there is no pressure build up in the pipework after the pressure reducing valve which could damage the equipment. 2) Purifier LO heater • The L.1: 162VPB. For this reason any water is to be removed from the system before the pressure and temperature are increased. The desuperheater system is fitted with a recirculation orifice after the pressure reducing valve 054VPF but before the desuperheater. The 1. 5) Waste oil settling tank • The WO temperature is controlled to 80~90℃ by the self contained type temperature control valve provided for each waste oil settling tank No.

RM HTR (S) (7) 50 (7) 158VPB (TK TOP-P) 159VPB 140VPB 139VPB 141VPB 138VPB 137VPB 136VPB 135VPB 880 A 151VPB 15 15 40 40 40 NO.O.V.O.1 F.R. FROM 1ST BLEED LO RENOV.O. LO SLUDGE TK 15 109VPB 15 40 112VPB 113VPB (TK TOP-AFT) 25 40 15 196VPB 15 15 T 150 401VPB 009VPB 020VPB 15 1.O.SIDE TK 150 041VPA 40 153VPB 50 40 40 40 40 15 40 HOT WATER HTR .O.2 F.BILGE OIL TK F. PIC 803 803 P 127VPB SET AT 1.2 15 167VPB 15 65 P 15 15 50 171VPB 174VPB 80 (2) TO AIR CAPSTAN (P) 190VPB TO AIR CAPSTAN (S) 165VPB 166VPB 170VPB (4) 100 100 15 25 40 P 25 80 178VPB 181VPB 0.TK 880 148VPB 65 40 198VPB 202VPB 201VPB 150 157VPB ENG.G.(P) 40 TO IGG DRYER HTG STM SET AT 0.SUMP TK SEP.66MPAG 182VPB (2) 185VPB 184VPB 183VPB 15 (8) 65 188VPB TO UNDER DK PASS.O.0 MPAG P.HTR BOILER F.V.& FORM TK RM TO CABIN USE TO MOORING DECK TO FLYING PASS.1 DO SERV.O.STOR.TK NO.O.TK (P) (INCINE RM) 205VPB 15 80 INCINERATOR D.V.V.STOR.(S) I.10MPAG 128VPB 15 P PAL PM 8061 SPM (6) 100 129VPB (2) A FROM BLR PRESS DESUPERHTD STM 040VPA G/E LO RENOV.TK D.R.1.R.DRAIN TK LOW SULPHUR FO TK F.O.SETT.TK 25 103VPB 100 125 TO FWD.0 MPA DESUPERHTR 807 A 40 40 40 40 40 TIC 87A 155VPB 156VPB 15 262VPB 261VPB 15 15 108VPB (PURIF RM) 120VPB 119VPB 118VPB 117VPB 116VPB 40 115VPB 456VPB 15 009VPB S/T LO FW HTR P FW 25 6.O. CARRIER 50 169VPB 40 175VPB ENG.3 F.TK TO 1.1 15 163VPB 15 164VPB TO CO2 BOTT.0MPa Desuperheated Steam System WASTE OIL SETT.TK L. 187VPB 80 15 15 100 15 TO UNDER DK PASS.O.TK A 50 144VPB 123VPB 122VPB 121VPB 124VPB 50 143VPB TIC G1901 80 102VPB TO CARGO MACHI. GEN D. 179VPB 180VPB SET AT 0.TK AUX.O.R.O.UNIT (8) TO EMERG.F.TK F.O.TK F.0/1. TANK HEATING 50 25 875 A 145VPB 15 15 40 25 80 SW HYDRANT HTR 50 147VPB 125VPB 126VPB (4) TO DRAIN INSPEC.G. 172VPB 173VPB 65 25 40 NO.SIDE TK F. LO HTR (TK TOP-S) 195VPB TAL 806 TAH 806 TM 806 TIC 807 NO. RM HTR (P) 50 197VPB 176VPB A 50 150VPB 50 149VPB BNR TIP CLEAN.2 DO SERV.4 F.GAS OIL TK D.O.5a 1.O.0/0.O.3 MPAG P.6 MPAG P.3.TK NO.HTR BOILER F.HTR 875 142VPB NO.33MPAG 177VPB 189VPB 162VPB 161VPB 168VPB 0.RM 160VPB NOTE: (2) TO ATMOSPHERE (3) TO CLEAN DRAIN TK (6) TO ATMOS DRAIN TK (7) TO DECK HEAT.SETT.24 P.HTR FO OVERFLOW TK 15 TO BOILER ATOMIZ.TK 104VPB 150 40 65 NO. 154VPB TIC 892 25 105VPB 110VPB 111VPB 25 114VPB 146VPB 40 LO PURIF. TURBINE LO RENOV. 101VPB 150 131VPB 40 132VPB 130VPB 133VPB 134VPB 152VPB NO.

such as during manoeuvring.0 ton/h : 70.2. High Boiler Pressure The main dump valve is controlled from the integrated control and automation system (ICAS). Exhaust steam from the main feed pump turbines is led to the 0. The desuperheaters are required to eliminate the effects of superheated steam impinging on either the main condenser or the atmospheric condenser. the exhaust can be led to the auxiliary condenser via valves 021 / 022VPC.3 “Auxiliary Steam System”) In the event of over pressurization. steam is normally dumped to the main condenser through pressure control valve 052VPC and stop valve 055VPC. When the main condenser is not available. Generator Turbine Exhaust Valve In case the exhaust valve 001 or 011VPC will be opened after main condenser vacuum-built up. The dump signal from the cargo tank pressure is inhibited when burning fuel oil only. • Stop the water supply after confirming the overflow from upper plug.6 Exhaust and Dump Steam System Main Feed Water Pump Turbine Exhaust Valve The main feed water pump turbine exhaust valves 041 / 042VPC should be opened after removing drain accumulating in the exhaust pipeline completely by the drain valves 043 / 044VPC. • Open the exhaust valve 001 or 011VPC at local. The valve will open when the boiler pressure exceeds its normal set point. The dump will control any excess steam pressure generated during these periods. CAUTION Do not open both the exhaust to the main condenser and the exhaust to the auxiliary condenser at the same time if the main condenser is under normal vacuum. • Supply the water from lower plug.4”Boiler Control Systems”) An automatic steam dumping system is provided to treat the excess steam generated by the main boilers when burning the designed rate boil-off gas.850 kg/h : 70.5 “Clean Drain System”) Non-condensable gases from the deaerator are also drawn to the gland condenser. reducing the temperature to 150°C. A further cooling spray is provided at the dump steam inlet to the main condenser to cool the inlet cowl and help prevent mechanical stresses being created in the condenser shell. The deaerator vent valve to the gland condenser should remain open whilst the plant is in operation .5 MPa. (See 3. The stop valves 035VPC and 036VPC fitted at outlet of the respective external desuperheater should be left open normally exception of maintenance of the system. It provides stability during periods of fluctuation where the burners are reduced to minimum flow. set at 0. water may be supplied to the exhaust valves 001 or 011VPC to protect the seat ring of valve according to following procedure.3. generator turbines and main feed pump turbines is led to the gland condenser. The condensate in the gland condenser is then led to the atmospheric drain tank. When the main condenser is not available. The amount of steam dumped will depend on the position of the main turbine manoeuvring valves and the cargo tank pressure. The steam from each main dump valve is led to respective dump steam external desuperheater.17MPa auxiliary steam system. • Close the by-pass valve 002 or 012VPC.3. the steam can be led to the auxiliary condenser via stop valve 056VPC. The valve 036VPA opens first and the valve 037VPA follows when much excess steam is produced.0 ton/h Exhaust Steam Systems Exhaust steam from the generator turbines is led to the main condenser through the electric motor driven valves 001 / 011VPC. which alters the water supply accordingly. the firing rate of the gas burners will be increased accordingly and any excess steam will be dumped to the main condenser. Doing so will cause a sudden loss of vacuum within the main condenser and subsequent trip of the main turbine. The line between main dump valve 036VPA and stop valve 037VPC is protected against overpressure by relief valves of a half capacity each 033 and 034VPC. The temperature at the outlet from the desuperheater is measured and a corresponding signal is transmitted to the external desuperheater spray control valve. • Open the by-pass valve 002 or 012VPC. Steam from the boiler internal desuperheaters is dumped to the main condenser under normal conditions.0 ”Heat Balance for Steam Turbine Plant”) Main condenser Auxiliary condenser Treated BOG Quantity BOG quantity on design boil off rate : 3.1. Gland steam.1. (See 3. the valves are operated as follows : • Ensure the operation and control of gland steam supply for generator turbine.2”Boiler Feed Water System”) Dump Steam System (See 4. Two identical size main dump valves 036VPA and 037VPA are operated with a split range control system. Controls The ICAS will send a Dump Permitted signal to the ACC if the following conditions are fulfilled : • • • • Dump steam pressure below 370 ± 10kPa Main condenser vacuum above -73 ±5kPa (600mmHg) Main condenser SW outlet temperature below 45±2°C Dump steam valve 037VPC to main condenser open or valve 038VPC to auxiliary condenser open • Auxiliary condenser shell pressure below 150 ± 10kPa . When the auxiliary condenser will be operated. Desuperheaters operate by injecting spray water directly into the steam flow. but alternatively it may also be dumped to the auxiliary condenser. The open signal of main feed water pump turbine exhaust valve 041 / 042VPC is interlocked for main feed water pump starting. The spray water for the desuperheater is supplied from the main condensate pump and/or drain pump discharge. Dump piston valve 033VPA and main dump valves 036VPA and 037VPA are controlled by dump order signal from ACC via a Steam Dump Controller. Treated Steam Quantity (See 3. exhausting from the main turbine. should the main condenser be unavailable. An orifice plate with appropriate size is provided at dump exhaust inlet of auxiliary condenser to maintain similar dump conditions to the main condenser operation. The spray water to the cowl is served from the condensate system. by opening valve 038VPC and closing valve 037VPC. High Tank Pressure If the demand of steam is not enough to consume the entire boil-off gas from the cargo tanks. (See 3.2. Main and auxiliary condensers can treat the dump steam from main boilers and exhaust steam from generator turbine when burning the designed rate boil-off gas during port hotel load condition. through an air operating piston valve which is operated automatically in conjunction with the dump system operation.

8 0 k P a Dump stop -73kPa PA H 1 3 0 k P a PA H H 1 5 0 k P a ESD PA H ESD PAH +50 kPa +30 kPa 0. OF GAS No. SV TO GAUGE STEAM DUMP PRESS.3. CONDENSER STEAM DUMP PRESS.1 BLR No. PV TO GAUGE STEAM DUMP CONT. H/S L/S SV L/S PV PID EXCESS BOG DUMP CONTROLLER SET=0 AT NON DUMP MODE. If the temperature after the desuperheater reaches the set point of 150°C.2 BLR OFF DELAY TIMER (900sec) OFF DELAY TIMER (900sec) STEAM PRESS.1 BLR No.1 BLR No." "STOP" M/T VALVE POSITON "AHD NOR. COMPR STOP OR NON GAS BURNING STEAM DUMP PRESS. LOGIC AUTO/MANU STATION MANU AUTO AUTO MANUAL LOADER ICAS MANU.2 BLR L/S H/S H/S FULL CLOSED BY PISTON VALVE CLOSE PISTON VALVE CONT.6 Exhaust and Dump Steam System FROM M/T RELAY PANEL M/T AHD NOZZLE VALVE LIFT POSITION M/T AST VALVE LIFT POSITION FROM CARGO ICAS NATURAL BOG FLOW DUMP / NON CONTROL FROM LIMIT SWITCH DUMP PISTON VALVE FULL OPEN DUMP PISTON VALVE FULL CLOSED M/T VALVE POSITON "AST. Alarms M/T TRIP LIFT LIFT STEAM PRESS. ZONE" FROM MACINERY ICAS STEAM DUMP AVAILABLE When all the above conditions are met.2 BLR No. FULL ZONE" M/T REMOTE CONTRO SYSTEM M/T TELEGRAPH POSITON "AST.1 BLR No. ICAS Sensor PS PT PT PT PT PT PS PS PS PS Tag No. the ICAS sends an Excess BOG Dump Order and a Dump Permitted signal to the ACC. The water spray piston valve for main condenser dump steam inlet cowl is opened by main dump valve 036VPA open order and the dump steam valve 037VPC open signal. SET (BIAS) SET NOZZLE VALVE NOZZLE VALVE BOILER FO FLOW No.2 BLR BOILER FO FLOW No. • Boiler steam pressure more than 5.98MPa • Cargo tank pressure more than 20kPa The ICAS will receive the control signal sent to the main dump valves 036VPA and 037VPA.1. the signal from the temperature controller will override the ACC signal and control the desuperheater water spray valves. 070 086 158 813 817 817 215 222 565 575 Function Main condenser vacuum Set point ESD -67 kPa ASLD -73 kPa PA L .27 MPa FROM ACC2 ACC1 ACC2 COMMON SELECT ACC1 FROM ACC2 ACC2 COMMON SELECT COMMON SELECT AUTO/MANU STATION AUTO LOCAL ICAS MANU AUTO ICAS ICAS FROM ACC2 ACC1 ACC2 MANUAL LOADER LOCAL MANU. TO MAIN OR AUX. SET (MAX) SET L/S FO RANGE EVASION CONTROLLER SV PID PV FO FLOW LOOP BACK SIGNAL SV PID PV No. The ACC will then output open signal to the dump piston valve 033VPA if either following condition is fulfilled. SET STEAM DUMP PRESS. OF GAS BNR IN SERVICE STEAM FLOW No.W. ICAS AUTO/MANU STATION MANU AUTO AUTO MANUAL LOADER ICAS MANU. This signal is then used to open the external desuperheater spray valves in parallel with the main dump control valves 036VPA and 037VPA. OUTPUT TO GAUGE TO ACC2 037VPA Main feed pump turbine exhaust (Dump steam at main dump valve outlet) PT 816 Pressure PT 816 TR 819 Temperature PA H 3 3 0 k P a PA H H 3 7 0 k P a TA H 190 ℃ .45 MPa 0. BGB COMMON SELECT FROM ACC2 ACC1 ACC2 COMMON SELECT FROM ACC2 ACC1 ACC2 ACC1 FROM ACC2 ACC2 COMMON SELECT BGB I/P I/P ICAS Auxiliary condenser shell Generator turbine exhaust 033VPA DUMP PISTON VALVE 036VPA MAIN DUMP VALVE TE CONDS.

5MPA 034VPC H/S 350 200 200 TOP TOP ※ DUMP STM EXT. CONDENSER 65 PAHH 817 PAH 817 PM 817 C NOTE: (3) TO CLEAN DRAIN TK (4) TO ATMOS.2 MAIN TURBO GEN. CLOSE M/T TRIP ESD 070 PAHH 816 PAH 816 PM 816 037VPC DUMP PISTON V.27 MPA P.LINE TO ATMOSPHERE 350 ※ 033VPA P PIC 801 801 DUMP PISTON V.DRAIN TK 125 051VPC 052VPC 053VPC EXH.6a TO ATMOSPHERE SET AT 0.3.0/0.C.V. FAN 15 100 046VPC 045VPC V 125 OIS 811 OIO 811 001VPC RO 811 900 NO.1 MAIN TURBO GEN.W.PUMP ASD 086 PAL 813 PAL 158 PM 158 DUMP PISTON V. TURB. FROM 2ND BLEED & 1. 064VPB 057VPC P P 100 ES FIRE SA 652 RM 652 RO 652 NO. 800 25 TM 117 OIS 811 OIO 811 011VPC OIO 815 LS 65 350 022VPC TM 819 TAH 819 FROM ACC TIC 818 200 036VPC 038VPC TO ATMOSPHERE 035VPC M 012VPC 033VPC SET AT 0.STM SPILL V.1.PUMP TURB. (4) 054VPC 100 AUX.PUMP FROM MAIN CONDS. CLOSE DEAERATOR NO.24 MPA P.P. CLOSE A 0. 80 50 007VPC P PAH 222 ESD 215 MAIN DUMP V.2 MAIN FD. 10 P V 250 800 900 018VPC OIO 814 LS T 350 200 MAIN CONDR 100 P 900 RO 811 PAH 222 ESD 215 TO M/T & T/G GLAND STM 800 T 200 L.P. DESUPERHTR 65 10 NA56 NA56 044VPC 043VPC H. OI 820 RO 820 036VPA OI 820 RO 820 350 037VPA FROM MAIN CONDS. TURB.R. 25 200 50 AUX.W.V.STM OIO 568 LS ESD 565 PAH 575 042VPC OIO 568 LS ESD 565 PAH 575 041VPC GLAND LEAK RESERV.PUMP TURB. 350 10 SILENCER SILENCER FROM ACC 250 (3) (3) GLAND EXH. NO.STM 65 10 065VPB P PAL 830 PM 830 FROM MAIN CONDS. 200 (4) 125 M AOS 812 350 T .30 MPA Exhaust and Dump Steam System 25 350 AOS 048 OIO 048 OIS 048 AUX.PUMP 40 40 65 350 021VPC 125 900 PAH 805 PM 805 OIS 812 OIO 812 ACL 812 65 65 ※ GLAND CONDR 65 25 055VPC 002VPC 150 (3) (3) 056VPC 150 350 FROM BLR STM PRESS.1 MAIN FD.

Cavitation can cause damage and erosion in centrifugal pumps particularly to the impeller. The pump delivers the condensate into the main condensate system. The condensate performs other useful functions during this transfer.9 m 16 mm diameter. for return to the boilers by the feed pump.1 Condensate Water System Teikoku Machinery Works. 45kW. Deaerator Level Control The water level in the deaerator is maintained by the level transmitter which controls two valves. Single pass shell and tube 315 m2 2. A branch from the main condensate line. They are designed to auto-cavitate so that if they lose suction. 22kW. The level in the drains tank will rise and valve 174VPF will open and supply more water to the system. The makeup valve 142VPF is for filling the deaerator by adding more to the atmospheric drain tank.5 m3 Setouchi Kogyo Co. 0. returns to the main condenser via a control valve 190VPF. of sets : Type : Storage capacity : Main Condensate System Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. The standby pump will stop when the level reaches to normal +300mm and a separate switch at this level is activated. the gland steam condenser cooling tubes and the low pressure feed heater. a situation can occur where there is too much condensate in the system and some will be spilled out to the distilled water tank. Several branches from the main condensate line supply condensate to the following services : • • • • • • • Main dump desuperheater spray water Main condenser dump steam chamber spray water Main turbine astern water spray Main Condenser vacuum pump water seal Main feed water pumps mechanical seal Boiler water analysis unit cooling Boiler chemical feed tank filling Takatori Seisakusho Co. It passes through the condensate cooled distilling plant.860 m2 11. situated between the gland steam condenser and the first stage feed water heater.7 mm thickness The prime function of the main condensate system is the removal of condensate from the main condenser and its delivery to the deaerator.3. The spill valve 132VPF is for dumping water back to the distilled water tanks. This valve operates automatically when an astern movement is detected. 0. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Drain Pump Maker : No. Under steady plant conditions all the condensate will be delivered to the deaerator but at times of plant load change. in a split range configuration. or to the distilled water tanks. of sets : Type : Flow Capacity : Deaerator Maker : No. one is running and the other for standby. situated after the gland steam condenser supplies condensate to spray nozzles situated in the dump steam chamber of the main condenser. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Main Condenser Maker : Type : Cooling surface : Cooling water flow : Tube plates Distance : Tube size : Auxiliary Condenser Maker : Type : Cooling surface : Cooling water flow : Tube plates Distance : Tube size : Gland Steam Condenser Maker : Type : Cooling surface : Cooling water flow : Tube plates Distance : Tube size : Teikoku Machinery Works. 3 sets Centrifugal vertical 45 m3/h at 70 mth 440V.. This routing of the condensate serves the dual purpose of condensing or cooling other sources of heat within the plant and heating the condensate. 1. Single pass shell and tube 25 m2 102. .800 rpm DongHwa Entec 1 set Direct contact 22.. Ltd. Surface type with dump steam chamber 2. provides cooling spray water to the astern turbine exhaust.5m3/h 1. Main Condensate Pump Maker : No. cavitation is a real danger. These can all be bypassed if necessary. 1. This greatly improves plant efficiency as well as performing cooling functions. 1. Sustained running of the astern turbine could cause overheating of the condenser shell and tubing and therefore the spray water is applied whilst going astern. Ltd. Two pumps of full capacity are arranged to take suction from the main condenser.600 m3/h 4. In this case. the standby pump will automatically start when the high level switch is activated. The level of water in the main condenser is maintained in order to prevent the condensate pump from losing suction. depending upon the deaerator level at the time.1240 mm). A level switch is provided to inhibit the automatic starting of main feed water pump in stand-by in the event of extremely low level in deaerator (Normal level . 1 set Duplex Pylen Filter 120 m3/h A branch situated at the condenser recirculation line.4 m 19 mm diameter. Ltd. Main Condenser Level Control The water level in the hot well is controlled by cavitation control of main condensate pump in principle. This function is controlled by the ICAS system which measures the condenser hot well level. 1. For this reason the pump is designed so that cavitation will not cause damage. Due to the inefficiency of the astern turbine its exhaust still has a high level of enthalpy and temperature.2 mm thickness A branch from the main condensate line.7 mm thickness Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd.0 mm thickness 1st Stage Feed Water Heater Maker : DongHwa Entec Type : Shell and U-tube Heating surface : 145 m2 Cooling water flow : 94. spill valve 132VPF and make-up valve 142VPF. By the nature of the conditions under which these pumps operate with no positive head and variable flow rates. If the level should increase to normal level +450mm. 2 sets Centrifugal vertical 90 m3/h at 85 mth 440V. The main condensate system joins the auxiliary condensate system and is directed either to the deaerator.500 m3/h Tube size : 19 mm diameter. This provides further cooling of the dump steam whilst reheating the condensate being sprayed.500 m3/h 5m 19 mm diameter.2. the normal cavitation associated with this takes place away from the impeller. as detailed below. Ltd. the running pump will trip automatically also to prevent possible overspeed. in the case of a high level in the deaerator.800 rpm Grease Extractor Maker : No.

i) Open the main condenser make-up valve 145 VPF. To Prepare the Main Condenser for Operation g) Establish the main sea water circulating system through the main condenser (See 3. Position Open Closed Operational Open Close Open Close The atmospheric drain tank will now start to fill and will continue until a level is established in the deaerator. which controls water flow from the drain pump. h) Close the atmospheric drain tank make-up valve 146VPF. Open the bypass valve 144VPF around the make-up valve and allow the condenser hotwell to fill to slightly above normal level. The atmospheric drain tank is equipped with three equal capacity drain pumps which are set to starting priority 1st. A duplex grease extractor unit is fitted in the discharge line to filter out oil and grease. Spraying the feed water gives it a large surface area in which to make contact with the steam. receives condensed drain water and condensate from various sources around the steam system including the inspection tank. close surely the filling valve 146VPF for atmospheric drain tank. Preparation of the Main and Auxiliary Condensate Systems The following procedure covers preparation of the systems prior to and during lighting of the boilers. feed heating and exhaust steam is eventually fed to the atmospheric drain tank. e) Set the system to now fill and maintain the level in the deaerator. it must be closed after use.) . The deaerator is situated at a high point in the engine room to provide a positive suction pressure for the feed pumps greater than the saturation pressure of the water at the pump suction.3. Check that all services and bypass valves on the condensate system are shut.1 Condensate Water System Make-up water to the condensate system during hot plant conditions is led from the distilled water tank(s) through make-up control valve 142VPF to the atmospheric drain tank. Fill the atmospheric drains tank from one of the distilled water tanks. This prevents the water boiling at the feed pump suction and causing cavitation. The auxiliary condensate system’s prime function is the return of auxiliary steam system condensate and drains to the deaerator.1 "Sea Water Circulating System"). as detailed below. The level in the main condenser hotwell will start to rise. The steam is supplied from the 0. Place the other drain pumps on STANDBY. All three pumps will then be set in automatic mode and priority 1 pump starts as the duty pump. It is therefore important to start the drain pumps as soon as possible.17 MPa range which is the feed pump exhaust line. A valve 165VPF with an orifice which recirculates the water from the pump discharge line back to the tank is provided to maintain the minimum flow of the pump against full close of the level control valve. The pump will stop when the level drops and low level switch (800 mm from tank bottom) is activated. CAUTION The drain pumps must be operational shortly after the make-up to the atmospheric drain tank has been established. Set the system valves as follows : Description Distilled water tank suction valve Cold start feed water pump suction valve Make-up control valve Make-up valve inlet and outlet valves Make-up bypass valve Make-up valve to the atmospheric drain tank Filling valve to the main condenser Valve 135 or 136VPF 008VPF 142VPF 141 / 143VPF 144VPF 146VPF 145VPF Auxiliary Condensate System The condensate from the auxiliary steam systems such as fuel and tank heating. These units operate with one in-line and one off-line. any of which can be used to supply the condensate system. The level in the tank is controlled by valve 174VPF. The gases are vented from the top of the deaerator through a vent valve which should always be set for optimum performance.1b”Deaerator”). If the level should increase to activate high level switch (1.2. Set the system valves as follows : Description Valve 151/152/153VPF Drain pumps suction valves 161/162/163VPF Drain pumps discharge valves 174VPF Drain tank level control valve 176/175VPF Drain tank level control valve inlet and outlet valves 177VPF Drain tank level control bypass valve 165VPF Drain tank recirculating valve Grease extractor inlet and outlet valves Position Open Open Operational Open Closed Open Set Close Open Operational Gland steam condenser bypass valve Gland steam condenser inlet and outlet valves 185VPF 132VPF 131 / 133VPF 134VPF 119 / 121VPF 120VPF 122VPF 181/182/ 169VPF 186 / 187VPF Open Close Open Closed Open Open Open f) Spill control valve Spill valve inlet and outlet valves Spill bypass valve 1st feed heater inlet and outlet valves 1st feed heater bypass valve Deaerator feed inlet valve Feed water pump mechanical seal valves Feed water pump mechanical seal vent valves Select a DUTY drain pump and place it on AUTOMATIC. The water enters the deaerator through a series of spray nozzles where it meets the heating steam. or the water will overflow from the tank.2. Make-Up Water Supply This vessel has two distilled water storage tanks. the standby pump will automatically start. The initial filling valves 145VPF fitted at the main condenser hotwell should be closed while normal plant operation. This condenses the steam to become one with the feed water and allows oxygen and other non-condensable gases to be liberated. It acts as a reservoir for the system drains only. The pumps are set in duty / priority mode from the ICAS. The standby pump will start if there is a failure of the higher priority pump or a low pressure (400 kPa) in the discharge line is detected. Initial filling of water to the systems is performed manually from the distilled water tank to main condenser hotwell via make-up control bypass valve 144VPF with running the main condensate pump In this case. (Note : If the make-up bypass valve is used during this operation. The make-up valve is controlled by the deaerator level controller and takes no account of the level in the drain tank. The condensate performs other useful functions during this transfer. it should be cleaned immediately and made ready for immediate use.2. for return to the boilers by the feed pumps.6 "Contaminated Drain System").450 mm from tank bottom). a) b) c) Ensure that the instrument and gauge valves are open and that instrument air is supplied to the control units. 2nd and 3rd. Once a unit has been taken offline. Normally one distilled water tank would be set for filling with a different tank in use and the other as a standby tank. Adjustment of the vent is dependant on the results of the dissolved oxygen tests (See 3.5. The off-line unit is kept pressurised and ready for immediate use. The 1st will act as the duty pump with the 2nd pump as standby and the 3rd as standby to the 2nd pump. with all drains contamination taking place elsewhere in the system (See 3. capacity 6 m3. The atmospheric drain tank.

depending on the method of condenser shut down. b) Start the auxiliary sea water circulating pump and circulate the auxiliary condenser. engage the turning gear and do not put on the main turbine warming through steam. drain tank level (from tank top) (from tank bottom) Deaerator level (from normal level) Distilled water tank level (from tank bottom) Gland condenser outlet temperature M. h) Stop the main turbine. it is possible to leave the vacuum pump operating and use cling film on the tube plate to locate the damaged tube. i) Shut down the main turbine gland steam system. condenser outlet salinity L A H . l) Isolate the condensate recirculation valve 190VPF and the astern cooling spray valve.17 MPa steam range dump over to the auxiliary condenser by 055VPC and 056VPC.1 Condensate Water System Procedure to Shut Down the Main Condenser (For change main dump steam over to the auxiliary condenser) Observe the atmospheric drain tank level during this operation and re-open valve 146VPF to allow make-up to take place if necessary.F. g) Start the turbine generator and transfer the electric load from the diesel generator if required. f) Change the 0.P. it must be remembered that in several steam lines to the condenser there is only single valve separation. It is important to confirm the electric demand is less than 2. e) Change the main dump steam valve to the main condenser 037VPC over to the valve 038VPC to the auxiliary condenser. leaving the forced ventilation in place during the time that personnel are inside. If checking for leaking tubes.3. Set the system valves as follows : Description Main condensate pumps suction valves Main condensate pumps discharge valves Balance line valves Main condensate pumps sealing water valves Suction valve sealing water valves Distilling plant inlet and outlet valves Distilling plant bypass valve Main condenser recirculating inlet and outlet valves Main condenser recirculating bypass valve Valve 101/102VPF 112/114VPF 103/104VPF 106/107VPF 108/109VPF 128/129VPF 130VPF 191/192VPF 193VPF The auxiliary condenser is not operated normally as long as the main condenser is sound conditions. o) The sea water side has been completely drained. because of atmospheric back pressure operation. When using a water / fluorescence mixture. the condenser must be thoroughly rinsed out before returning to service.T. j) Slowly reduce the main condenser vacuum to fall off completely. jack and lock the main condenser inlet and overboard valves. seal water differential pressure Main condensate pump discharge salinity Drain pump discharge salinity Aux. When the condenser hotwell level is satisfactory: j) k) l) Close valve 145VPF and restore the atmospheric drain tank make-up to normal operation by opening valve 146VPF. d) Change the turbine generator exhaust valve 001 / 011VPC to the main condenser over to the valve 021 / 022VPC to the auxiliary condenser. (Note : Before entering the sea water side of the condenser.2. in order not to contaminate the boilers. Continuously check the main condenser for hot spots indicative of a steam leak. by filling the condensate side with a water / fluorescence mixture and checking the tube plate with a fluorescent lamp from the sea water side. m) Stop the main sea water circulating pump. k) Allow the main turbine and condenser to cool down before stopping the main sea water circulating pump.000kW with normal driving steam conditions (5. open the doors and use a portable fan to aerate the chamber.88Mpa x 510℃). shut the steam stop valves.4 0 0 mm L A L + 1 5 0 0 mm m) Start the main condensate pump.3 5 0 mm L A L + 5 0 0 mm L A H + 4 0 0 mm L A L .) (Note : If the intention is to enter the steam side of the condenser. n) Operate the services to the following items as required by setting the valves as shown below : Position Open Operational TR 826 TA H 60 ℃ Description Dump steam condenser chamber spray valves Dump steam condenser chamber spray piston valve Valve 125/127VPF 172/173VPF DPS 581 DPAL 20 KPa Open Operational Dump steam desuperheater spray inlet valves Dump steam desuperheaters Astern turbine cooling spray inlet and outlet valves Astern turbine cooling spray piston valve SAL 831 H 4 ppm Open Operational Open Open Open Feed water pump mechanical seal valve Vacuum pump seal water valves Suction valve sealing water valves 183VPF 178/179VPF 198/199VPF SAL 832 H 4 ppm SAL 834 H 4 ppm . n) Stop the condensate pump and ensure that the condenser does not start to fill up. a) Transfer electrical load on the turbine generator to the diesel generator.) Alarms Sensor FS LT LT Tag No. Check that the condenser recirculation valve 190VPF is operating properly. 076 089 159 Function Main condenser level (from normal level) Set point ESD + 5 5 0 mm A S L D + 4 5 0 mm L A H + 3 0 0 mm Position Open Open Open Open Open Open Closed Open Closed FS FS LT LT LT 735 735 835 835 733/734 Atmos. The condensate will now recirculate back to the condenser until the level in the condenser rises and the recirculation valve closes in. This check can also be done the conventional way. c) Shut down the off-load turbine generator.

TK LI LAL 733 LM 733 100 168VPF VACUUM BREAKER SAH 832 SM 832 170VPF 166VPC 198VPC NO.W.PUMP 192VPF SAH 832 SM 832 170VPF 80 193VPF AOS 048 OIO 048 OIS 048 AUX.DRAIN TK 381VPD NO.2 25 15 15 15 100 25 183VPF 169VPF MAIN CONDR VACUUM PUMP AC 617 LAL 734 LM 734 25 25 RO 617 RM 617 SA 617 178VPF TO DOSING 6 DILLUTION STATION TO FEED W. 100 65 NO.1 6 25 125 6 NO.W. NO.CONDR 100 121VPF 125 125 1ST STG FD. SPRAY SPRAY W. LINE FD W. 65 821 190VPF 191VPF 65 141VPF 142VPF 144VPF 143VPF 150 FOR SAMPLE FOR SAMPLE 125 130VPF T P MAKE-UP V.SUC.1 DIST.2 161VPF CHANGE OVER 250 101VPF 80 MAIN CONDS.1 6 186VPF FROM FD W.3.2 P SM 834 NO.W.TK 186VPF 134VPF 65 65 TO AUX.1 C 6 6 106VPF 262VPF 80 FS FS 6 P FS C 100 TM 844 TAH 844 ASS 616 151VPF P PS 616 AST FLASH CHAMBER 150 FOR SAMPLE ATMOS.ANALYZER 25 50 50 TAH 826 TM 826 MAIN FD.W. PUMP 50 15 180VPF A 50 TO COLD START FD.TK LI NO.2 DIST.1a Condensate Water System DEAERATOR 125 (WATER SIDE) DUMP STM EXT.1 DIST.ANALY. FD W.PLANT CIRC.W.PUMP ASS 613 AC 613 RO 613 RM 613 SA 613 108VPF 105VPF 110VPF 150 NO.SUC.1 DRAIN PUMP AC 616 RO 616 RM 616 SA 616 CHANGE OVER 111VPF 125 112VPF FS 613 ※ 145VPF 65 LIC 836 25 (2) 100 6 PS 616 100 80 177VPF .3 162VPF 50 CHANGE OVER FOR SAMPLE 25 113VPF 613 100 80 PS 125 114VPF ASD 089 LAH 159 LM 159 ESD M/T TRIP 076 FOR ST-BY 613 MAIN CONDS AS PUMP H 25 SAH 831 SM 831 146VPF C FS T LAH 735 FOR DRAIN PUMP P PS 616 100 152VPF MAIN CONDENSER LIC 821 TM 825 T 103VPF AST FS 616 FS AS 616 LAL 735 NO.CONDR 80 25 80 100 6 150 25 FOR SAMPLE PM 832 165VPF 163VPF 25 80 T 6 T 50 127VPF 125VPF 65 50 ※ 109VPF 125 C GLAND CONDR TM 8364 T C 160VPF 153VPF 65 P NOTE: (2) TO CLEAN DRAIN TANK AST.2.PLANT 125 129VPF 50 P 25 DPAL 581 DPS 182VPF FOR SAMPLE 835 SPILL VALVE 133VPF 131VPF 132VPF 125 65 125 T 25 DPAL 581 DPS 181VPF 25 A 125 139VPF 136VPF 135VPF 138VPF 65 125 128VPF 6 6 50 150 P P P DIST.W. DESUPERHTR FROM ACC 122VPF H/S 100 TM 826 120VPF 40 173VPF TIC 818 100 T DUMP STM TO MAIN OR AUX.W.HTR 119VPF 40 185VPF 172VPF P DPAL 580 DPS P GREASE EXTRACTOR 50 A 836 175VPF 174VPF 176VPF DUMP STM LM 835 LAH 835 LAL 835 6 100 167VPC 199VPC 100 179VPF 100 15 LIC 835 NO. FEED W. FOR DUMP STM C 250 P 25 6 PM 829 PS CHANGE OVER 6 AOS 047 OIO 047 OIS 047 102VPF 104VPF SAH 834 50 107VPF 200 NO.2 6 187VPF NO.

not open to the atmosphere. atmospheric drain tank in which the water could absorb oxygen.L. it is used to initiate operation of the deaerator control valves. and as this level reflects storage or excess of water in the system. The feed-heating stages are chosen so that the direct-contact deaerator heater can be accommodated high up in the engine-room casing. The condenser can therefore be regarded as the primary stage. To achieve this. To reach the incoming water spray. feed water to not more than 0. without having to spill excess water to. then the easier it is for the dissolved oxygen to be released. unless primarily designed for de-aeration in addition to its other function.1b Deaerator To reduce the dissolved oxygen to the necessary low figure. The water droplets must be in contact with steam in such a manner and for sufficient time to enable the steam to "scrub" the oxygen and other incondensable gas from the water. 2. This stored de-aerated water acts as a "buffer" in the system. Steam condenses in the incoming water spray. the condenser fulfils these requirements to some extent. STORAGE TANK FEED WATER OUT. Such conditions exist: (a) in the boiler drum.015-0. it is likely to contain dissolved oxygen. any undercooling of the condensate below the saturation temperature will render it capable of reabsorbing small quantities of oxygen. SPRAY CHAMBER SPRAY NOZZLE BAFFLE PLATE PRIMARY HEATING CHAMBER FLOW DIRECTION BAFFLE A deaerator heater of this type in Illustrate will reduce the oxygen content of the STEAM IN. there are several requirements : 1. FEED WATER IN. particularly if there should be any air concentrations in the condenser. or receive make-up water from. removing the oxygen and driving it towards the vent. Steam is introduced into the heater shell and the feed water is sprayed into this steam. and thence to the atmosphere. the condensate falling from the tubes is likely to be in large masses rather than droplets. The equipment used for de-aeration should operate at a pressure above atmospheric pressure at all times. The deaerator heater is combined with a de-aerated water-storage tank containing about ten minutes' supply of feed water at full power.2. The feed water must be broken up into droplets . to accommodate any transient differences between condensate pump output and boiler feed pump demand during power changes or manoeuvring. and gives a reasonable degree of de-aeration. hence means must be provided in the feed-heating system to remove as much dissolved oxygen as possible from the feed water. the steam has to pass upwards through the curtains of falling water. However. and to air leakage into sections of the steam and exhaust and feed systems which work at pressures less than atmospheric pressure. 4. the condenser cannot give the low oxygen content necessary for modern high-pressure boilers. whereas condenser de-aeration could not normally be expected to give less than 0. Oxygen released in the boiler drum could accumulate and become a potential danger for boiler corrosion. air leakage into the condensate pump suction piping or into the pump glands can also cause aeration. falling through a series of perforated trays in the opposite direction to the steam flow.the smaller these droplets. there is always the possibility of the feed water being contaminated by dissolved oxygen. The feed water must be at the saturation temperature corresponding to its pressure.3. . 3. This is due to small quantities of air coming over with the steam. High deaerator level opens the spill valve to pass excess water to the distilled water tanks. As the water in the distilled water tanks is in contact with the atmosphere. a special direct-contact feed heater designed to meet all the above requirements is included in the feed -heating system. N. and (b) in the condenser.005cm3/litre. The amount of oxygen which water will hold in solution decreases with increased water temperature. AIR OUT. The deaerator storage tank level can vary over a reasonably wide range. Thus any oxygen which is in solution in the feed water will be released at any point or points in the system at which saturation conditions exist. 5. and the deaerator heater the final stage of de-aeration. and theoretically becomes zero when the water is at the saturation temperature corresponding to its pressure. De-aeration of boiler feed water Even in fully closed systems. while low deaerator water level opens the make-up valve to pass water into the system via the atmospheric drain tank.W.02cm3/litre. Toward the condenser bottom for example. CORN PLATE BALANCE PIPE STEAM CHAMBER By the nature of its function. giving up its latent heat to the water and raising the temperature of the latter to saturation temperature. The oxygen and incondensable gas must be continuously removed.

. The auxiliary feed water line is provided for use when a problem develops with the main water line or the feed regulating valve or system.45 MPa 440V. one in use and one on standby. Main Feed Water Pump (See 6. the switches on the ICAS screen must be in the 'Auto' position.0MPa before entering the desuperheater. The recirculating feed water valve 036VPF on deaerator should be opened at any time with a lock. which is operated automatically to maintain minimum flow and prevents overheating of pumps. To allow safe remote and standby start. A recirculation line with double shut valves 057 / 058VPF and an orifice is provided for preventing over pressurizing in the line after the pressure reducing valve 054VPF when the supply of spray water is fully shut down by the control of desuperheater. This will permit operation at any capacity within the capable of the pump. the following are provided : a) Steam traps at upstream of the electric motor driven main steam stop valve.6 mm thickness Tube size : d) Set the valves to allow remote or automatic start-up the main feed pumps as follows : Position Open Open Open Open Open Operational Auxiliary Feed System Main Feed System The Boiler Feed Water System consists of one deaerating feed water heater. the feed regulating valve and the motorised feed stop valve. All feed pumps can deliver their output into both the main feed water line and the auxiliary feed water line. The feed regulating and boiler level control system is described in section 4. A small sized bypass line with an orifice is fitted around the motor driven main steam stop valve for turbine warming. The water is depressed by a pressure reducing valve 054VPF to 3.4 “Boiler Control Systems”. one cold start feed pump. This involves raising the pressure sufficiently to create flow against the boiler steam drum pressure. Each main feed pump is provided with a recirculation line to the deaerator. main steam turbine inlet and turbine exhaust casing to remove accumulated condensate. The auxiliary feed water valve is hand operated and under steady load conditions it requires little movement to maintain a steady steam drum water level. . Ltd Maker : Shell and U-tube Type : 68 m2 Heating surface : 94.2 042VPC 003VPF 014VPF 032VPF Common 001VPF 033VPF 036VPF 023VPA 037VPF 065VPG 067VPG 045VPC 024VPA 038VPF 066VPG 068VPG 046VPC It is recommended that the turbine nozzle hand valve is opened at all times. This is achieved by turbine feed pumps which are high speed multi-stage centrifugal pumps. The main feed water line passes to the economiser inlet header through the 3rd stage feed water heater. Spray water for 1. The boiler main feed stop valve is situated between the economiser and the boiler steam drum. A common pneumatically operated recirculating valve 033VPF. A third electrically driven cold start feed pump is supplied for use during the initial starting phase of the plant warming through procedure. The feed pumps take suction from the deaerator feed outlet which is situated high up in the engine room. Multistage horizontal. centrifugal 5 m3/h at 2.600 rpm b) c) 3rd Stage Feed Water Heater Sasakura Engineering Co.2.3. Under normal operating conditions.3. Open Open Open Open Open Open Description Deaerator outlet Steam exhaust Feed water suction Feed water discharge Feed water recirculating Automatic recirculating valve Feed water recirculating on deaerator Turbine warming Pump warming LO cooler cooling water inlet LO cooler cooling water outlet Gland leak off isolating No. two main feed pumps. Ltd. A small sized cross-connection with an orifice between the discharges of both pumps for warming the standby pump by running one. The location of the deaerator has the added benefit of providing a large reserve of water for the feed pumps in the event of a blackout. Two main feed pumps are supplied. Multistage horizontal. For automatic start-up. Recirculation of main feed water pumps is controlled automatically. centrifugal 140 m3/h at 7. Its most direct route to the boiler bypasses the economizer. 2. one high pressure 3rd stage feed water heater and all other necessary piping and fittings necessary to provide feed water to the two main boilers.84 MPa Cold Start Feed Water Pump Maker : Type : Capacity : Rating : Teikoku Machinery Works. 3.1 041VPC 002VPF 012VPF 031VPF No.0MPa steam external desuperheater is supplied from either the main or auxiliary feed lines.1 ”Main Feed Water Pump”) Maker : Type : Capacity : Shinko Industries Ltd.040 m3/h Cooling water flow : 19 mm diameter. The main feed system returns the condensate from the steam plant consumers back to the boilers. A small sized cross-connection with an orifice and valves 037 / 038VPF is piped at both main feed pumps discharge to maintain warming condition of the standby pump by the running water. This provides a suction pressure at the pump large enough to prevent the feed water from boiling at the pump entry. Recirculation is necessary to prevent overheating of the pumps during low feeding conditions. the main feed pumps are started remotely. The regulated quantity of feed water gains further heat from the boiler flue gases in the economiser and exits at the economiser outlet header.2 Boiler Feed Water System Operation of Main Feed Pump The main feed water line is the normal route for the feed flow through to the boiler steam drum. 22kW.

The feed water regulating valve (26B) of each boiler maintains a water level in the steam drum under varying load conditions. . Set the valves before starting pump as follows : For Deaerator Suction Position Open Open Open Open Open Close Close Description Deaerator outlet Pump suction Pump discharge Boiler auxiliary feed stop Boiler auxiliary feed stop Economizer bypass valve Boiler main feed stop Valve 001VPF 004VPF 025VPF 11B 12B 13B 4B Alarms Sensor SAL PT DPT Alarm No 833 571 572 Function Deaerator outlet salinity Main feed water H PAL DPAL Set point 4 ppm 6. feed water flow for feed back and steam drum level. “Auto Start” of the standby pump will be inhibited in case of extreme low water level in the deaerator (Normal level minus 1240mm). The level can be selected to be either variable or fixed. The main feed water common pipe pressure is controlled to “higher pressure steam drum plus 1.2MPa). • • • Operation of Cold Start Feed Pump The cold start feed pump is manually started and the suction may be arranged from either the deaerator or the distilled water tanks.0MPa”. “Auto Start” request to the standby pump will be initiated by failure of the running pump sensed by either main feed water low pressure (6.0MPa.7 MPa 500 KPa LT LT LT LT LT LT LT LT 463 521 521 464 072 082 083 064 Main boiler drum level (Main boiler) ESD LAH LAL ESD ESD ASLD ASLD ESD +240 +130 -130 -240 +220 +200 -200 -240 mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm For Distilled Water Tank Suction Position Open Open Open Open Open Close Close Description Distilled water tank suction Pump suction Pump discharge Boiler auxiliary feed stop Boiler auxiliary feed stop Economizer bypass valve Boiler main feed stop Valve 135/136VPF 008VPF 025VPF 11B 12B 13B 4B (Main turbine) Plant mode is maneuvering Boiler feed water flow is below 25 m3/h Both feed water pumps are run The motorized feed stop valve (20B) of each boiler is provided against carry-over the water in the steam drum and it will close automatically by the extremely high water level in the steam drum (Normal level plus 220mm). The main feed pumps can also be controlled to maintain the constant discharge pressure (7. The main feed pumps are controlled to maintain the constant differential pressure between steam drum and feed water common line.2 Boiler Feed Water System Controls The feed water flow rate to main boilers is controlled by main feed water regulating valve (26B).7MPa) or low differential pressure between steam drum and feed water common line (0. This is achieved using a control system to monitor steam flow from the boiler for feed forward.2.84MPa) by the local control panel. but the common pipe pressure is kept in minimum 7. The recirculation valve is opened automatically by one of following conditions.3.

PUMP RO 569 NO.W.V.C.C.0 MPA DESUPERHTR 001VPF "C" 200 50 (2) 203VPF 11B FROM A. PUMP CONTROL PIC 553 PM 501 DPI 572 DPL 572 26B 1B 053VPF 054VPF A 25 100 055VPF 50 M ACL 497 100 (2) 25 056VPF T FM 6/0. 023VPF 024VPF 013VPF 014VPF 021VPF 022VPF 125 011VPF 012VPF NO. PUMP CONTROL 11B P ACL 497 OIO 497 OIS 497 P AC 552 RO 552 RM 552 FROM A.W.0 MPA DESUPERHTD STM LINE 64B (2) TO CLEAN DRAIN TK (3) TO ATMOS DRAIN TK 40 65B NO.W.2.07 MPA 21B NOTE: 8B 7B 016VPF TO 1. SIDE) T TM 828 017VPF 027VPF (AUX.W.HTR (2) ※ 042VPF (MAIN FEED W.PUMP NO. ABNOR XA 497 OIS 497 OIO 497 807 T A I/P P 807 FS 551 25 T 036VPF 6B 5B 100 13B 100 20B FROM CONDS. LINE) 100 125 40 100 125 041VPF 3RD STG FD.07 MPA 21B 064VPF 100 XA 497 SA 612 RO 612 RM 612 100 P P 032VPF 025VPF 031VPF 50 100 100 COLD START FD.R.W.W.2 MAIN BLR 020VPF 019VPF TM SPM TAL 806 TAH 806 TM 806 TIC 807 DEAERATOR LOCKED OPEN TRIP & START INTERLOCK FOR ST/BY FD.PUMP P 125 7B 8B ABNOR 50 50 015VPF 125 40 40 019VPF TM SPM 25 038VPF 037VPF 25 25 61B 62B 100 25 5B 6B 64B 051VPF 65B 052VPF 25 40 12B 4B T ECO.C. CHEMICAL TK 50 50 200 DPI 572 DPL 572 PIC 553 PM 501 ACC 496 S 407 008VPF 004VPF OIO 567 50 FOR FWR 200 TO DISTILLING PLANT 1B 26B 25 LS 003VPF 033VPF AOS 569 OIO 569 OIO 567 LS 002VPF FOR FD. TM 827 10 TO ANALYZER FOR FWR 029VPF 407 G P 25 057VPF 058VPF 25 SAH 833 SM 833 G P 100 202VPF 10 40 FROM DIST. 13B 20B M P AC 552 RO 552 RM 552 P P SET AT 9.RING (3) 80 G P 100 FROM ICAS P . ACC 496 PM 571 PAL 571 FOR FD.W. PIC 807 1.1 MAIN BLR SET AT 10.0MPAG (FD.1 MAIN FD. PUMP DIS.3. LINE) PROTECT.6 MPA P.C.TK PIC 553 125 200 FM OXYGEN SCAV.2a Boiler Feed Water System SET AT 9.W.PUMP 100 61B 12B 62B 4B T 100 ECO.W.2 MAIN FD. FEED W.

They are fitted at the following points : No. Chemical treatment and analytical tests must be undertaken in accordance with the detailed instructions given by the chemical supplier and the water characteristics maintained within the ranges specified. the lines should be flushed for a minimum of thirty minutes at maximum stroke to ensure the treatment is displaced to the boiler(s). through its chemical injection valves. These systems are an integral part of the boiler water treatment. Analysis and Chemical Dosing Unit Maker : Unit type: Dosing Pump type : Tank size : Discharge pressure : Capacity : NALFLEET Nal-Trak3000HP For HP : KM281-2-10021 For LP : KM208-1. Chemical Dosing and Dilution Units There are four separate chemical injection units fitted to supply chemicals to the boilers and feed water system. The chemical dosing line is common and therefore each chemical is dosed sequentially to each steam drum by switching solenoid valves fitted at discharge of each dosing pump. Each unit consists of a tank. Conductivity and Resolved oxygen Chemical analysis and treatment of feed water is undertaken to prevent corrosion and scale formation in the main boilers and feed system and degradation of the steam quality. Sample water from the boilers and the feed system is returned also to the atmospheric drains tank from where it is recycled into the condensate system. A piston pump running in an oil bath drives the diaphragm pump head. WARNING Handling chemicals is a hazardous procedure and full protective clothing must be worn at all times whilst handling these substances. The dissolved solids in the boiler water are controlled by use of scum lines in the steam drum and/or blow down valves in the water drum. Inadequate or incorrect treatment can result in severe damage to the boilers and constant monitoring is necessary to give an early indication of possible contamination of the feed water. In normal operation the pump speed is adjusted according to the dissolved oxygen level by the Nal-Trak 3000HP controller using a 4-20mA control signal.0Mpa For LP : 1. Manual testing should also be made to check calibration of the permanent test meters on a regular basis.1 evaporator distillate : No. .3. The oxygen scavenging chemical is supplied continuously into the deaerator and the amine chemical is injected into the drop line to the feed water pump suction. Each unit consists of a tank into which the chemicals to be dosed are mixed with distillate water supplied from the main condensate system. Its output is controlled by adjusting the motor speed.0-10361 4 x 25 litres For HP : 10.2 evaporator distillate : Distilling plant circulating water Auxiliary condenser outlet : Drains pump discharge : Deaerator outlet : Main condensate pump discharge : Salinity Salinity Salinity Salinity Salinity Salinity Salinity After the treatment mixture has been pumped. which is filled with a mixture of distillate water supplied from the main condensate system. they are constructed of chemical resistant materials such as stainless steel throughout.2. These pumps are capable of generating the high output pressures needed to inject the treatment directly into the boilers. The pump is started locally and will stop automatically The metering pumps are used to apply the alkali and phosphate boiler treatment products. Water Analysis and Treatment Integration with the ICAS System The ICAS screen displays the continually updated results from various test points around the feed system.3 Boiler Water Sampling and Treatment System The main water analyzer unit for the boilers has permanent sample lines fitted. The phosphate and alkalinity chemicals are supplied into the steam drum of main boiler. They are mixed in the tank and the resulting mix is injected into the deaerator and the feed line through the respective metered pump. This pump has no stroke length adjustment device. The water analyzer unit samples the following points : Port boiler water drum sample : Starboard boiler water drum sample : Feed pump suction sample : Main condensate discharge sample : The amine dosing pump are motor driven diaphragm pumps providing accurate and reliable dosing with no risk of chemical spillage through leaking glands. As these units contain chemicals. Test results are to be recorded in a form that enables trends and the effect of treatment to be monitored. On-line analyzers are fitted to various units in the feed system and constantly monitor the water condition raising an alarm when a specific contamination is detected. The pump output is set by adjusting the stroke length. The units serve the both boilers using high pressure dosing pumps to inject the chemicals into the steam drum. A priming facility is built into the pump electronics and is accessible on the pump control panel.4 litres/h For LP : 0-1. Manual testing should be carried out to test for contaminants not covered by the permanent testing meters.0 Mpa For HP : 0-2. These pumps use a hydraulically actuated diaphragm design to produce the high pressure without danger of leaking seals. The cooling water is taken from the condensate water system where it is returned to atmospheric drain tank it has passed through the coolers. The pump stroke is controlled by a sliding vent shield around the piston which allows oil to recirculate for part of the piston stroke. Sampling. Samples are cooled to give a constant temperature for the test equipment. It also allows monitor of the dosing pumps. through which these impurities are discharged overboard. Each sample point is led to a common test equipment which comprises the sample being led through the cooler and then to permanent test meters.2 litres/h pH. The pump for oxygen scavenger is continuously powered and independent of the master pump power switch.

3 using phosphate treatments instead of highly concentrated caustic soda.0 .9. For this reason.3 Alarms Sensor Boiler Water Sampling and Treatment System Tag No. Oxygen scavenger does not function as an oxygen scavenger at temperatures below 130°C and decomposes once inside the boilers due to the high temperature.3.20ppm less than 3ppm Sampling Procedure The following information applies to whichever of the sample units is being used. This undesirable effect is avoided initially by the correct operation of the deaerator and then by use of oxygen scavenger injection. Hardness is mostly caused by sea water contamination of the feed water and is controlled by chemical injection.4 9. As chloride levels are kept so low in the boiler. Allow several minutes to pass while the line is drained of any standing water which may be present from previous use. which results in deposits in the superheater section of the boiler and in the turbine and also results in increased electrical conductivity. This results in phosphate reserve in the boiler water as defined above. as the pressure and load on the boiler increases. Silica contamination is unlikely to occur whilst using ship’s make-up water but may occur when the vessel bunkers distilled water.02ppm Water Specification (Boiler Manufacturer Figures) Boiler Water pH : Conductivity : Total dissolved solids : Chlorides : Phosphates : Silica : Feed Water pH : Total hardness : Dissolved Oxygen : Oxygen scavenger reserve : 8. 20ppm should be considered a maximum.02ppm 0. 839 0. however. electrical conductivity is approximately proportional to the concentration of dissolved solids and this relationship can be used to provide an approximate measurement of the dissolved solids total. A high dissolved solids content in boiler water results in increased carryover. Chloride contamination can usually be tracked using the feed system salinometers. forming a harmless sludge which settles and can be blown out of the boiler. Reference must be made to the specific instructions from the boiler chemical supplier regarding final data for chemical treatment of the boilers and feed water.5 9. after the economizer. it is considered unnecessary / impractical to measure the levels in the feed water. A sample taken while the temperature is too high may not be tested satisfactorily. so this measurement is only a rough guide to the condition of the boiler water. It is therefore advisable to keep the hardness of the feed water to a minimum to reduce chemical and feed water consumption. It is therefore pointless to add the chemical to the feed system at too early a stage or to attempt to maintain a oxygen scavenger reserve in the boiler.02cc/litre 0.e. or is operating in a sandy coastal area. it can be taken as a measure of main condenser leakage. Great care should be taken whenever these valves to the sample unit are opened. Oxygen scavenger also acts as a oxygen scavenger and acts to eliminate oxygen from the system. Some of these lines cover large distances and must be allowed time to clear in order to ensure a water sample is taken of the water presently in the system. 838 Function Conductivity (Boiler water) H (Main feed water) H pH (Boiler water) H (Main feed water) L H L 840 Dissolved oxygen (Boiler water) H (Main feed water) H 10.) Corrosion of steel by high temperature water such as boiler water is minimized at a pH of around 12.7) 0ppm 0. Excessive hardness in boiler water tends to form scale on the tubes which can result in local overheating and tube failure. Open the inlet valve to and the outlet valve from the cooler. Check that the cooling water flow is correct with the flow meter. This may result in a hard scale formation on turbine nozzles and blades resulting in a drop in efficiency and mechanical troubles. Feed water pH is controlled by injecting oxygen scavenger into the system before the feed pump suction. Silica solubility in steam increases as boiler pressure increases. Chloride contamination attacks the protective film that forms on the tube surfaces inside the boiler. Manual samples may be taken from the bypass line.3 Set point 300 µS/cm 5 µS/cm Control of the feed water pH is necessary to prevent corrosion in the feed water system. a high pH value tends to form local concentrations in hot spots resulting in increased local corrosion. However. Chloride contamination is easy to measure and can be used as a guide to the dissolved solids content of the boiler water. the pH is maintained at 9. . This must be done slowly. the source must be identified and eliminated as soon as possible. e) f) WARNING Boiler water samples are taken from the water drum or the main feed line and are therefore at a high pressure and temperature. which promotes corrosion. but where no particular contamination source has been identified and chloride levels are rising.6 . Should contamination be detected in the system.2. allowing the line to be tested to flow through the cooler.0 (target 8.2 8.6-10. Too low a feed water pH will result in corrosion in the feed water system with the corrosion products being carried into the boiler where they form scale and sludge. as the test chemicals and the test equipment is only rated at certain temperatures.3 less than 400µS/mm less than 200ppm less than 20ppm 10 . a) Check that the cooling water lines from the condensate system to the individual analyzer coolers are open. A more useful and accurate measurement is produced by carrying out the chloride ion test detailed above. Check the thermometer in the line to ensure that the sample is at the correct temperature. Sufficient oxygen scavenger should be added to leave a detectable trace at the inlet to the boiler i.01ppm or above 9. Once the line has cleared and the temperature is correct. Ensure that the cooler outlet valve to the sensing units is closed. with increased blow down and chemical treatment simultaneously attempting to maintain the pH and phosphate levels in the boiler water. it has been demonstrated that.10. Too high a pH can result in damage to any copper alloys in the system. This relationship is not exact as many ions are not electrically conductive. b) c) d) (Note : The following information is given for general guidance only. Exact measurement of the dissolved solids content is a long and difficult process. the valve to the test analyzer units opened. Chloride contamination cannot be tackled by any other means than blowing down and this should be done in practice to keep the chloride levels as low as possible. Silica contamination should therefore be restricted to the 3 ppm limit previously defined. promoting corrosion. Oxygen content in the system will result in pitting which can be both rapid and severe.

continually monitor the boiler water level and ensure this is being maintained and the feed pump discharge is coping with the extra load. . The flask should be filled to overflowing and sealed to prevent any ingress of oxygen while the flask is standing waiting testing. Blow down of the water drum may be done approximately once for every two weeks when the boiler runs under the load of less than 50% of normal rating. When the blow down is to be stopped. as in the following table. This is done so the natural water circulation system within the boiler will move the chemicals around the boiler and ensure an even distribution. then clean dry flasks with stoppers are to be used. Description Ship’s side blow down valves Boiler primary blow down valve Boiler primary scumming valve Valve 041/042VPF 65B 62B If any samples are also to be taken from the analyzer unit meters. piped to the filling valve. When in port. Dosing Procedure a) b) Fill each dosing tank with water from the main condensate discharge.3 Boiler Water Sampling and Treatment System Boiler Compound Injection Unit Boiler Blow Down Procedure Boiler blow down through the valves on the water drum or steam drum imposes a considerable load on the boiler. piped to the filling valves. WARNING Handling chemicals is a hazardous procedure and full protective clothing must be worn at all times whilst handling these substances. Add the oxygen scavenger and amine to be dosed to the tank based on the results of the condensate and boiler tests. then the ship’s side valve. Ensure that the dosing pump crossover valve and the boiler drum chemical injection primary and secondary valves on the boiler not being dosed are closed.) Blowing of boiler water is usually done by scumming valves on the steam drum. The pump is started initially at local panel and will be automatically started and stopped by local system in accordance with analyzed data. Chemicals are injected into the boiler steam drum under its water level.3. to ensure that the discharge from the ship’s side will not be dangerous. Open the pumps' discharge valves and the boiler drum chemical injection primary and secondary valves. Description Boiler secondary blow down valve Boiler secondary scumming valve Valve 64B 61B The blow down / scumming line is fitted with an orifice plate which should limit the blow down rate. based on the results of the boiler tests. the duty deck officer should be contacted. close the secondary and primary blow down valves. (Note : Blow down or scumming should always be controlled on the secondary valve to prevent damage to the primary valve. This should be done slowly and with due regard to the boiler load.2. Open the tank outlet valve. Both the pumps can be started locally. slowly crack open the secondary valve as required. WARNING Handling chemicals is a hazardous procedure and full protective clothing must be worn at all times whilst handling these substances. The dosing pumps will be stopped by a level switch when the tank is nearly empty. Start the pump motor which drives both pumps simultaneously. As the blow down progresses. d) d) e) The dosing pump will be stopped by a level switch when the tank is nearly empty. Stir the water with a paddle and allow any powdered chemical to dissolve. Add the chemicals to be dosed to each tank. Start the pump motor. d) For blow down or scumming. a) Position Open Open Open b) Position Open Open c) Open the following valves fully. The correct amount of blow down is determined from experience and through consistent testing and blowing down procedures. allowing the secondary valve to be fully opened. The concentration of oxygen scavenger should be varied depending upon the results of the tests. the pump’s discharge valve Open valve 201VPF on the deaerator and 202VPF to the main feed pumps suction line. The capacity of the tank is such that a full tank will continuously dose the system for approximately three days. c) Dosing Procedure a) b) c) Fill the dosing tank with water from the main condensate discharge. Oxygen Scavenging Chemical Unit The oxygen scavenging chemical unit should be operated continuously to maintain a constant oxygen scavenger reserve with little fluctuation.

3a Boiler Water Sampling and Treatment System 10 244VPF S 10 201VPF DEAERATOR HYDRAZINE 203VPF 10 243VPF S 10 202VPF CONDENSATE TREATMENT 68B 67B 10 242VPF S S 10 10 15B 16B NO.2 MAIN BLR NO.1 MAIN FD. W. . DRAIN TK 25 25 10 15 FROM COND.W.2 MAIN FD.2.PUMP SKID 15 15 15 15 15 10 15 TO ATMOS.1 MAIN BLR S 67B 68B BOILER ALKALINITY TS S XAL 839 XAH 839 XAH 838 XAH 840 PH CD OM 10 10 10 S S S DOSING & DILUTION SECTION P FS NOTE: (3) TO CLEAN DRAIN TK FS FS MONITOR & INJ.PUMP NO.W.3.PUMP S 10 10 10 BOILER PHOSPHATE SAMPLE COOLER & TRASAR UNIT 10 S 241VPF 10 10 S S 10 10 15B 16B NO.

The drain level in the 3rd feed water heater is controlled by a pneumatic level control valve (042VPD) and the drain water is directed to the deaerator. In order to obtain maximum benefit from steam as a heating medium it is allowed to condense in the steam service as this recovers the latent heat of evaporation in the steam. The soot blower system line drains are led directly to the bilge but collected into the clean drain tank. one valve 080VPD at the main condenser and one valve 081VPD at the atmospheric drain tank. Controls The drain piston valves of main turbine are automatically operated on the following conditions. These services are the high pressure services. These drains are controlled by pneumatically operated valves which are controlled via the main turbine control system. Drains on the HP 1st stage turbine. This is due to the intermittent and limited nature of the use of this system and the possibility of solid contaminants such as rust or carbon entering the feed system.5 Clean Steam Drain System Open drains from low points in the main and auxiliary steam piping and the auxiliary exhaust piping. They are collected in either the atmospheric drain tank or the main condenser. For ‘To atmos. Some drain traps are fitted with bypass valve to provide continued service should the drain trap malfunction. in general. main turbine stop and astern maneuvering valves and 1st bleeder are led through orifice plates to the main condenser via drains pockets. The changeover of these valves is made by two pneumatically operated piston valves (078 / 079VPD) depending upon the plant condition. are directed to the clean drain tank so that they can be directed overboard without treatment as bilge water. The gland steam condenser drain is led to the atmospheric drain tank with U seal which compensates the vacuum in the gland condenser. Collected drains include : • All line drains • Burner atomizing steam drains • Burner purging steam drains • Steam air heaters • Turbines casing drains • Evaporator drains • 1st feed water heater • Gland condenser • Inert gas system Many of the drains (although not all) are fitted with drain traps. Two further line valves are fitted. After passing the drains trap. drain tank (078VPD)’ : Open Close : At “Normal” Mode or 3rd bleed steam pressure over minus 35kPa : At “Maneuv” Mode or 3rd bleed steam pressure under minus 40kPa Drains which are considered to have no danger of oil contamination are recycled directly to the main feed and condensate systems. Valve 081VPD is a non-return valve to prevent air from the atmospheric drain tank being drawn backwards to the main condenser. Open Close : At “Slow Ahead” : At “Half Ahead” The destination of drain water in 1st feed water heater (atmospheric drain tank or main condenser) is changed over by two piston valves (078/079VPD) according to plant mode and/or the 3rd bleed steam pressure conditions.2. where they are utilized for heating the feed water. The two valves are interlocked by the ICAS to prevent both valves being open at the same time. the drains from the two steam air heaters and the 3rd feed water heater are both directed to the 1st feed water heater. Drain traps are fitted at the outlets from such heating coils so that only water is allowed to pass.3.” Mode or 3rd bleed steam pressure under minus 40kPa : At “Normal” Mode or 3rd bleed steam pressure over minus 35kPa . Low priority drains where other drain traps are available elsewhere in the line have no bypass at all. Other drains from around the turbines are led directly to the main condenser via orifice plates to provide permanent drainage. These drains can be bypassed around the 1st feed water heater during periods when the 1st feed heater is not in use. The drain level in the 1st feed water heater is controlled by a pneumatic level control valve (075VPD) and the drain water is directed to either the atmospheric drain tank or the main condenser. For ‘To main condenser (079VPD)’ : Open Close : At “Maneuv. but guaranteed service is essential. where direct supply to the atmospheric drain tank through a bypass is inadvisable.

1 MAIN BOILER 285B 472B FROM MAIN BLR 15 15 011ZPD 15 15 LONG SOOT BLOW STM HDR 15 031ZPD 031ZPD 15 25 NO.2 MAIN BOILER MAIN CONDR 3RD BLEED OIO 824 OIS 824 RO 824 AOS 824 .HTR LIC 822 822 073VPD A TM SPM 077VPD 65 0.1 FROM CO2 BOTT. S. 294B 081VPD (3) 15 15 NO.2 NO.H.A.0 MPA DESUPERHTR 15 15 25 037ZPD 15 25 (3) 25 80 ATMOS.HTR S. 080VPD ※ AST.2.P.A.W.V.& FORM TK RM FROM INERT GAS DRYER (3) 15 013ZPD 15 15 15 002ZPD 001ZPD 1.3. 100 NO.V.1 25 OIO OIS 0452 0452 AOS 824 RO 824 OIS 824 25 005ZPD 2ND BLEED 034ZPD M 15 25 HP 1ST STAGE 15 022ZPD OIO 824 OIS 0451 OIO 0451 OIS 0454 OIO AOS 0454 0454 15 25 HP TURBINE 15 PURGE STM HDR ATOMIZ. AST.2 021ZPD 15 014ZPD (3) 15 25 (3) 50 50 MAIN GEN.17 MPA P. 079VPD 078VPD MAIN STM PURGE STM HDR 15 15 15 027ZPD 15 25 15 MAIN FD. TURB.STM DUMP V.V.STM 15 029ZPD 15 NO. 40 15 50 294B 40 25 50 GLAND CONDR T 036ZPD A 041VPD 042VPD 043VPD 50 40 50 50 50 071VPD 822 026ZPD 1ST STG FD. DRAIN TK 25 OIO 0453 OIS 0453 GLAND STM MAKE-UP V. TURBINE FROM BLR IDSH MAIN DUMP V.W.MANEUV.GUARD.5a Clean Steam Drain System 15 NOTE: (3) TO CLEAN DRAIN TK FUNNEL (5A) DEAERATOR LIC 823 TM SPM 823 044VPD 3RD STG FD.C. TURBINE 15 ATOMIZ.H. 15 285B 472B 15 15 (3) SOOT BLOW STM HDR 022VPA FROM MAIN BLR 021VPA 100 15 035ZPD LONG M M 50 074VPD 075VPD 076VPD (3) 15 028ZPD 15 15 004ZPD 15 15 LP TURBINE FLUSH CHAMBER 65 TO AST.W. 100 15 003ZPD 15 15 NO.STM 15 024ZPD 15 006ZPD 15 1ST BLEED 033ZPD M MAIN STM 15 023ZPD 15 011VPA 012VPA (3) (3) 15 EXH.

1 Single pass shell and tube 5. b) Open the drain cooler inlet and outlet valves 171VPD and 172VPD. 1. drain the inspection tank through valves 177VPD. A sight window is provided at the upper part of each section. e) Open all steam trap isolating and by-pass valves for the selected heating tanks and heaters. (Note : When the by-pass operation is requested for the drain cooler and / or filter. d) Check the contents of the drain inspection tank. Ensure the filter bypass valve 176VPD is closed. Once separation has taken place at drain inspection tank.) The drain inspection tank is divided into two sections. If contamination is present. Any vapor or gas contained in the condensate is released within the gas vent drain tank. (Note: Heating steam drains for frigid climate condition are collected directly into the atmospheric drain tank as clean drains without through the drains inspection tank. filter and drain inspection tank.) Maker : No. close steam trap by-pass valves.28 m 16 mm diameter. Alarms Sensor SAL Tag No. 178VPD and 179VPD.0m2 20 m3/h 1. The drain from the gas vent drain tank which is located in the cargo machinery room is led through a U-tube water seal to the atmospheric drain tank.. Oil content detector 901 H 1 5 ppm . Open the drains cooler vent and drain valves. Open the filter vent and drain valves. Ltd. f) Open all the drain return valves on the selected heating tanks and slowly open the steam inlet to the heating coils. Such vapor or gas is monitored by a gas detector provided to the air vent pipe and then vented to atmosphere. Water flows from the primary section to the secondary through an access at the bottom of the dividing partition. the inlet side valve (171/174VPD) should be closed after the by-pass valve (173/176VPD) has been opened to prevent over pressure of the drain cooler and the filter. Both the drain cooler and the filter may be bypassed if necessary but the drain inspection tank cannot be bypassed. and the condensate drains have potentiality of oil contamination. Ensure the drains cooler bypass valve 173VPD is closed. c) Open Cuno filter inlet and outlet valves 174VPD and 175VPD.2 mm thickness a) Check that the drain cooler is being circulated by cooling water. A filter with glass fiber elements (Cuno Filter) is provided at the outlet of the drain cooler to capture the oil primarily before drains enter the drain inspection tank. of sets : Type : Cooling surface : Cooling water flow : Tube plates Distance : Tube size : The low temperature desuperheated steam is supplied to oil heating services.2. The steam trap isolating valves are normally left open. Controls The drain level in the hydrant water heater which will be used against frigid climate condition is controlled by a pneumatic level control valve and the drain water is directed to the atmospheric drain tank. Any oil floating on the surface of the water will overflow into the drains. G1907 Function Hydrant heater outlet salinity Oil content H Set point 4 ppm Drains from gas heaters and vaporizers which have potentiality of cargo gas contamination are led to the gas vent drain tank through the gas heater drain cooler. then after initial draining of steam drain lines.3. g) Ensure those drains cooler and filter vent and drain valves are closed as clean condensate is observed flowing out of the drain/vent pipes. An oil content detector is provided to monitor the presence of oil at the primary section of drain inspection tank. The contaminated condensate drains are returned to the main feed cycle via atmospheric drain tank after first being decontaminated in the contaminated drains system composed with a drain cooler. Ensure these valves are closed when finished.6 Drain Cooler Contaminated Drains System Operation Setouchi Kogyo Co.

O.SERVICE TK .2 BLR FO HTR 133ZPD 25 25 40 122ZPD 25 15 124ZPD 15 0.STOR.SETT. 183VPD ROOM HTR (P) 25 FROM CARGO MACH. RM 40 40 15 423ZPD 80 15 IGG GAS OIL TK ROOM HTR (S) LIC G1906 D. 40 25 40 25 25 421ZPD 25 25 25 25 182VPD NO.HTR 40 50 DRAIN HEADER LO SLUDGE TK FO OVERFLOW TK 40 25 40 168VPD 15 FROM FWD F.4 BLR FO HTR NO.1 BLR FO HTR 15 15 25 15 137ZPD 15 25 15 40 138ZPD HOT W.TK LOW SULPHER F.6a FROM MOORING DK Contaminated Drains System 181VPD 65 65 25 40 40 65 FROM UNDER DK PASS.O. RENOV.O.O.DRAIN TK TO BILGE HOLD TK G/E L.STOR.1 422ZPD FROM DECK HTR UNIT (P) FROM DECK HTR UNIT (S) FROM FLYING PASS.2 F.TK 15 104VPD 126ZPD 125ZPD 117ZPD 171VPD 50 50 15 15 15 114ZPD 15 80 PURIF.O.BILGE OIL TK 50 F.TK DO TK EDG DO TK NO.O.TK NO. LO HTR 15 15 40 L.O.TK F.SETT.1 F.3.O.2.TK A/T L.RENOV.O.3 BLR FO HTR NO.TK 40 405ZPD 25 15 15 15 15 25 424ZPD 15 15 15 0.2 180VPD FROM AIR COND.O.(P) INCINERATOR WASTE OIL SETT.O.O. SUMP TK DRAIN COOLER T 172VPD 115ZPD 173VPD 116ZPD 50 65 176VPD 175VPD XA 901 174VPD 50 P P 15 40 40 25 40 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 FILTER 109ZPD 40 102ZPD 25 104ZPD OIL DETECT.2 NO. XA 901 25 25 118ZPD 119ZPD 112ZPD 412ZPD 113ZPD 105ZPD 107ZPD 106ZPD 108VPD 25 25 15 100 DRAIN INSPECTION TK 179VPD 178VPD 177VPD 109VPD 194VPD 189VPD 101VPD 190VPD 102VPD 191VPD 103VPD 192VPD 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 193VPD 25 50 25 SEP. SIDE TK (P) NO.6MPA DOMESTIC STEAM LINE 411ZPD SAH S I G1907 G1907 136ZPD 40 40 HYDRANT HTR 15 15 195VPD 125VPD 196VPD 121VPD 197VPD 122VPD 198VPD 123VPD 199VPD 124VPD 135ZPD 40 40 134ZPD 40 40 40 40 40 NO.O.1 D.O.TK L. SIDE TK (S) NO.3MPA DOMESTIC STEAM LINE 139ZPD 15 40 40 40 132ZPD 15 131ZPD NO.TK F.DRAIN TK ATMOS.TK D.& ACCOMMO. RENOV.

The control air for essential equipment is supplied via two separate lines with isolation facilities. At the compressor control panel.1 and No.2 air compressors discharge valves Close Cross-connection valve between general service and control air system Open Cross-connection valve Open Control air receiver outlet valve (Locked) Open Either No. Two vertical cylindrical air receivers are provided to act as buffer storage vessels. .2 air compressors valves as in the following table. auto-regenerative adsorption 400 m3/h at a dew point minus 40℃ Tanabe Pneumatic Machinery CO. control air. 1. Check that cooling water is being supplied to the service air compressor (normally No. Procedures for Preparing the General Service Air System Operation a) Ensure that all instrumentation valves are open and that the instrumentation is functioning correctly.Ltd.2 control air dryer outlet valve c) Ensure that there is air in the general service air receiver at the desired pressure and that the air compressor is operating. 1 set 5 m3 1.. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Control Air Dryer Maker : No.3 supplies the general service air system. Ltd. Ltd.3 air compressor discharge valve Close Cross-connection valve between general service and control air system Open General service air receiver outlet valve Position Description Open Control air receiver manual drain valve Close Manual drain valve after drainage Open No.1 and No.10 Mpa The compressed air system is divided into four separate parts of general service air. 75kW.2 control air dryer inlet valve Open Either No.3. Ltd. starting air and feed air for N2 generator. Check that the compressor starts and stops automatically supplying air as required. 3 sets Screw. Select LOCAL operation at the compressor control panel. 2 sets Duplex. and AUTO position on the ICAS screen. The compressors discharge and line valves will all be open so that the compressors can fill the control air reservoir.1 and No.800 rpm g) h) i) Control Air Receiver Maker : No.3. Valve 016 / 017VPE 017VPE 003VPE 008 / 020VPE 041VPE b) Position Description Open General service air receiver manual drain valve Close Manual drain valve after drainage Open No. Check that the compressor operates correctly.3 air compressor valves as in the following table.9 Mpa 440V. Check the system drain traps are operational.10 Mpa Procedures for Operating the Control Air System a) Ensure that all instrumentation valves are open and that the instrumentation is functioning correctly. Start the duty compressor. A inter-connection is piped between the control air and general service air for deck uses against frigid climate condition. oil injection 550m3/h at a pressure of 0. of sets : Capacity : Safety valve : Henmi Iron Works Co. water cooled. the other for the control air system.1 or No. Normally. The compressors start and stop automatically according to the system pressure.1 Compressed Air System The service air system provides compressed air for the following purposes. Three identical air compressors are provided for general service air and control air systems as common use..3) from the central fresh water cooling system. Check that the compressor operates correctly. Two identical 100% duty (400Nm3/h) air dryers of adsorption type are provided for the control air system. one for the service air system. select No. • Air-operated tools and equipment • Air horn and air whistles • Pressurizing system for fresh water pressure tanks • Operation of fire emergency shut-off system • Engine room service • Steering gear room service • Cargo machinery room service • Deck service • Bubbling for water ballast tanks in frigid climate • Accommodation service The control air system is distributed for the following purposes. of sets : Type : Capacity : Nihon Seiki Co. No. d) At the compressor control panel. Air Compressor Maker : No.. Valve 011 / 012VPE 012VPE 001 / 002VPE 008 / 020VPE 007VPE 021VPE 022 / 023VPE 025 / 027VPE General Service Air Receiver Maker : No. Set No. select both air compressors for REMOTE operation and select AUTO position and select one compressor for LEAD duty and the other for FOLLOW on the IAS screen.1 or No. When air is not required the valve will be closed. The compressor discharge and line valves will all be open so that the compressor can fill the service air reservoir. Air valves to service locations should be opened periodically to blow them through in order to remove condensate and prevent seizure. • Essential control equipment • Miscellaneous control equipment • N2 generator • Cargo machinery room equipment • • • Cargo equipment Air pressurized lighting system ESDS b) d) e) f) Ensure that there is air in the general service air receiver at the desired pressure and that the air compressor is operating. Operate the working air system as required with air being taken from service outlets as needed. of sets : Capacity : Safety valve : Henmi Iron Works Co. Set No.. 1 set 5 m3 1. Check that cooling water is being supplied to the service air compressor from the central fresh water cooling system.2 compressors will supply the control air system and No.3 air compressor for LOCAL operation and start the compressor. Ensure that remote service outlets are receiving air.

).9MPa in the service air receiver. Set the control air system valves. The “Follow” compressor starts at a falling pressure of 0.6 MPa PT PS 905 465 PAL ESD 0. The compressors are operated in a “Lead” and “Follow” mode.6 MPa PS 755 PAL 0.1 and No.3 air compressor starts at a falling pressure of 0.7MPa and stops at rising pressure of 0.1 e) f) g) h) i) Compressed Air System Alarms Ensure that there is air in the control air receiver at the desired pressure and that the air compressor is operating. . Check the system drain traps are operational. the compressors are stopped after unload running (10 min. No. 751 752 Function Control air receiver General service air receiver Emergency shut-off air receiver Control air main line Boiler trip by low control air pressure Set point PAL PAL 0. Defective operation of the dryers can cause moisture to enter the control system and that can damage components and result in defective control of equipment.3.2 air compressors start and stop in response to pressure changes in the control air receiver. A “Lead / Follow” changeover can be made on the ICAS. Controls No.6 MPa 0. Manifolds are provided with drain valves and these should be operated daily in order to drain any water which is present in the system.5MPa and stops at a rising pressure of 0. When the air receiver pressure has risen to set pressure.9MPa. Check the operation of the control air system periodically and ensure that the dryers are working effectively.34 MPa j) CAUTION The dryer settings must not be changed without good reason and the manufacturer’s instructions must be consulted before making any change. Sensor PT PT Tag No. The valve for any system will only be open when control air for that system is required.9MPa. Check that the compressor starts and stops automatically supplying air as required.3.45 MPa 0.7MPa and stops at a rising pressure of 0. The operating pressures are as follows : 1) 2) The “Lead” compressor starts at a falling pressure of 0.

AIR RECEIVER 50 50 006VPE 041VPE 032VPE 50 030VPE 50 50 027VPE 50 FOR E/R FOR E/R FOR N2 GENERATOR ASS 671 SA 671 RO 671 RM 671 XA 671 TROUBLE 50 028VPE 50 016VPE NO.1 AIR COMPRESSOR PM 751 PAL 751 FOR COPMPR START/STOP PS PS 50 PS P PS P XA 904 TROUBLE 15 AIR PRESSURIZED LIGHTING SYSTEM P NO.2 AIR COMPRESSOR 50 50 002ZPE 017VPE PS P PS P XA 904 NO.AIR RECEIVER COOL. W.3 AIR COMPRESSOR PM 752 ESD 671 ESD 671 PAL 752 FOR COPMPR START/STOP PS P 033VPE TS P 003VPE PS G.1a Compressed Air System STERN TUBE FW TK FOR AFT MOORING DK 042VPE 40 40 040VPE FOR ACCOMM.AIR DRYER P PM 905 PAL 905 ESD 671 TS ESD 671 P 002VPE 008VPE NOR. OUTLET OIL COOLER 100A TO BILGE WELL T S 40 S AIR INLET TO BILGE WELL P DPS SUCTION FILTER SERVO CYLINDER UNLOADER VALVE PS COMPRESSOR OIL SEPARATOR TS T . FOR DK USE (P) 037VPE FOR AFT BALLAST TK BUBBLING (P) FOR AFT BALLAST TK BUBBLING (S) 045VPE 25 50 25 50 50 036VPE FOR DK USE (S) 25 25 NO.2 CONT. W. RM NO.CLOSE TO BILGE WELL 020VPE NOR.S.1 CONT. INLET ESD 671 P COMPRESSED AIR OUTLET PS S FS AIR COOLER 001ZPE 012VPE COOL.CLOSE 023VPE TROUBLE PS 50 50 50 S S S S ASS 671 SA 671 RO 671 RM 671 XA 671 TROUBLE 15 025VPE 50 25 026VPE 007VPE FOR CARGO MACH.3.AIR DRYER ESD 671 TS ESD 671 P 001VPE PS 50 50 005VPE 021VPE LOCKED OPEN 50 50 022VPE S S S S ASS 671 SA 671 RO 671 RM 671 XA 671 TROUBLE 011VPE CONT.3.

Fill the emergency starting air receiver to the desired pressure and stop the diesel engine driven compressor when the desired pressure is achieved. E/G Starting Air Compressor Maker : No. Each compressor discharge is cross connected with a stop valve. The compressors are each fitted with a safety valve. The emergency compressor diesel oil tank level must be checked and replenished as necessary.7 MPa 1.. Ltd.47 MPa . of sets : Type : Capacity : Sanwa Iron Works. Normally the starting air receiver is open to allow for immediate starting of the diesel generator engine when it is set to standby duty. The emergency diesel driven starting air compressor may also be used to replenish the diesel generator starting air receiver in an emergency. Normally the emergency starting air receiver is charged from the D/G starting air system but the emergency compressor should be operated regularly to ensure that it is in operational condition. A pressure switch connected to the automatic control system stops the compressor should the LO pressure fall below a predetermined value.2 Starting Air System Procedures for Preparing the Starting Air System Operation a) b) c) Ensure that all pressure gauge and instrumentation valves are open and that gauges and instruments are reading correctly. Controls The D/G starting air compressor will start and stop automatically in response to pressure changes in air receiver. 1 set 0. air cooled 5m3/h at a pressure of 2. The emergency compressor is driven by a diesel engine which is hand started.3. 1 set Diesel driven. It is also supplied to the emergency diesel generator starting air receiver which is located in the emergency generator engine room. Drain water from the emergency starting air reservoir by means of the manual drain valve 424VPE or the automatic drain valve 425VPE. Open D/G starting air compressor discharge valve D/G starting air receiver filling valve D/G starting air receiver outlet valve (Locked) D/G starting air supply valve (Locked) E/G starting air receiver supply valve E/G starting air receiver outlet valve (Locked) E/G starting air supply valve (Locked) 401VPE 441VPE 402VPE 442VPE 410VPE 450VPE 411VPE 451VPE 412VPE 430VPE 431VPE E/G Starting Air Receiver Maker : No.. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Tanabe Pneumatic Machinery Co. Set up valves as in the following table : Valve 408VPE 448VPE 405 / 406VPE 445 / 446VPE 414 / 415VPE 454 / 455VPE 425VPE 423 / 424VPE 432 / 433VPE D/G Starting Air Compressor Maker : No. one after the first stage compression and the other after the second stage compression.7 MPa 1. reciprocating.5 m3 2. select LOCAL operation and start the compressor. The compressed air is used to start the diesel generator engine.800 rpm Operation of Emergency Air Compressor The emergency starting air reservoir is normally maintained at full pressure to allow for emergency starting of the emergency generator engine as required.45 MPa Position Description Open D/G starting air receiver automatic drain valve Open D/G starting air receiver manual drain valves Open Open Open Open D/G engine inlet drain valves E/G starting air receiver automatic drain valve E/G starting air receiver manual drain valves E/G engine inlet drain valves D/G Starting Air Receiver Maker : No. Ltd.5kW.Ltd. Check that the compressor operates correctly. 2 sets 0.7 Mpa Following valves will be opened after completion of drainage.2 m3 2. of sets : Capacity : Safety valve : Henmi Iron Works Co.0 MPa Stop : 2. Alarms Sensor PT PS PT Tag No.Ltd 2 sets Reciprocating. 5.7 MPa Open Open Open Open Open Open d) d) Each diesel generator engine starting air system is supplied by a dedicated starting air compressor which provides air to the dedicated starting air receiver. Open the compressor discharge line valve and the emergency air receiver filling valves. Co. The compressor supplies air to the starting air receiver and it is provided with an automatic start and stop facility which is activated by the pressure in the starting air receiver. of sets : Capacity : Safety valve : Henmi Iron Works Co..3. Start : 2. 753 754 295 Function D/G starting air receiver E/G starting air receiver D/G starting air inlet Set point PAL PAL PAL 1. air cooled 20m3/h at a pressure of 2.45 MPa At the compressor control panel.45 MPa 440V. a) b) c) Check the emergency compressor diesel engine and ensure that the fuel oil and lubricating oil levels are correct.. The starting air receiver also supplies control air to the diesel generator engine. 1. Check the oil level in the compressors. Start the emergency compressor diesel engine and when running correctly load up the emergency compressor and supply compressed air to the emergency starting air reservoir.

AIR RECEIVER P LOCKED OPEN 450VPE COMP.2 442VPE NO.1 D/G START.AIR RESERV.2 25 454VPE 455VPE 451VPE MAIN START. 430VPE EMERGENCY GENE.1 402VPE MAIN START.AIR COMP. REG.2 D/G START.1 25 25 401VPE 25 25 441VPE 25 414VPE 415VPE 411VPE NO.3. AUX. START/STOP 673 PM 753 PAL 753 D/G START. 25 25 432VPE 433VPE 431VPE 421VPE 422VPE 423VPE 425VPE EMERG. ASS 673 673 408VPE NO. 25 AUX. ASS 673 673 446VPE 406VPE SA 673 RM 673 RO SA 673 RM 673 RO .3.AIR RECEIVER P LOCKED OPEN 410VPE P PM 295 PAL 295 PS NO.2a Starting Air System PAL 754 P EMERG.ENGINE PM 295 PAL 295 P NO.V.SOLENOID V. PRESS. V.GEN.V. ROOM S AIR MOTOR START. START.GEN.DIESEL GENERATOR ENGINE PINION RELAY V.AIR COMP. START/STOP 673 PS COMP. AIR INLET 25 412VPE RING GEAR 25 424VPE EXHAUST D/G STARTING AIR MOTOR EMERG. (15A) 445VPE 448VPE S 405VPE (15A) S NO.AIR COMP.ENGINE PM 753 PAL 753 D/G START. DIESEL GEN. DIESEL GEN. START.

A fresh water heater supplies hot water to the stern tube L.1. One pump is normally selected as the duty pump and the other pump selected as the standby pump to start automatically should the duty pump fail to maintain the correct water supply pressure. The ICAS controls the three-way valve and enables a set temperature of 37 °C to be maintained in the central cooling water supply system. Manual valve 009VPG at the fresh water cooling pump discharge main is normally left in the closed position except during the inert gas generator operation. Similarly. 2 sets Centrifugal. 55kW.) Two identical cooling fresh water pumps are provided for boosting the fresh water pressure to cargo machinery room services. c) Ensure that the sea water central cooling system is in operation. 2 sets Centrifugal. b) Ensure that the central cooling system expansion tank is at the normal operating level.5. vertical 650m3/h at 20m total head 440V. cooler in frigid climate condition.2 "Cooling Sea Water Service System") Cooling Sea Water Pumps Maker : No. vertical 600m3/h at 22m total head 440V. g) Open fresh water cooling inlets and outlets of services.800 rpm d) Open all instrumentation root valves and ensure that the instruments are all working correctly. 1.800 rpm a) Ensure that the fresh water central cooling system is fully charged with chemically treated fresh water and that air is vented from all parts of the system. Ltd. Chemical treatment is added into the chemical dosing tank and injected to the suction main of the cooling fresh water pumps. The duty pump is started manually at the ICAS mimic diagram for the central cooling system and the other pump is selected for automatic operation to act as the standby pump. air cooler outlet Set point TA H 42 ℃ LAL +500 mm TA H 44 ℃ .3. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Teikoku Machinery Works. 2) The cargo machinery cooling fresh water pump will be automatic changed over by pump discharge low pressure (340kPa). The regular tests should be carried out as follows to determine level of contamination and level of chemical treatment necessary : • Nitrites • Chlorides • pH • P. of sets : Type : Cooling water flow : Fresh water temp. 55kW. The duty central fresh water cooling pump supplies water to the central cooling main from where it is distributed to the various services. (See 3. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Teikoku Machinery Works.O. h) Check that water is circulating to all services and check the system for leaks as the temperature rises when the services are on line. Reference must be made to the specific instructions from the chemical supplier regarding final data for chemical treatment of the system. The duty pump is started manually at the ICAS mimic diagram for the central cooling system and the other pump is selected for automatic operation to act as the standby pump. Controls 1) The central cooling fresh water pump will be automatic changed over by pump discharge low pressure (300kPa). Pumps may be started and stopped locally but are normally set to remote operation for control via the ICAS. 3) The cooling fresh water temperature control valve 010VPG maintain the cooling fresh water temperature (37℃). vent as necessary.1 Central Fresh Water Cooling System Procedures for the Fresh Water Central Cooling System Operation The system supplies cooling water to the following : • Main Engine LO coolers • Stern tube LO cooler • Drain cooler • Turbo generator air coolers and LO coolers • Main feed water pump LO coolers • Air compressors • Inert gas generator oil cooler and water cooled condenser • Air conditioning plant • Provision refrigerating plant • Unit coolers • Gas compressor LO coolers • Gas heater drain cooler The circulating fresh water is chemically treated in order to minimize the risk of corrosion and bacterial infestation in the system. 865 741 239 Function CCS FW cooler outlet CCS FW expansion tank (from tank bottom) T/G gene. Fresh water is circulated through the central cooling system by two fresh water circulating pumps. Pumps may be started and stopped locally but are normally set to remote operation for control via the ICAS. 1.0 m 3 f) Select one central fresh water cooling pump as the duty pump and start that pump manually and select the other pump as the standby pump. Return lines from the various services flow to the return main which returns the water to the pump suction.5 "1. A three-way air cylinder actuating mixing valve is located at the central fresh water coolers outlet main. One pump is normally selected as the duty pump and the other pump selected as the standby pump to start automatically should the duty pump fail to maintain the correct water supply pressure. (See 3. e) Set the valves as in the following table : Position Open Open Open Open Open Operational Description Either central fresh water cooler inlet valve Either central fresh water cooler outlet valve Expansion tank root valve Both cooling fresh water pumps suction valves Both cooling fresh water pumps discharge valves Three-way temperature controlled valve Valve 005 / 006VPG 007 / 008VPG 095VPG 001 / 002VPG 003 / 004VPG 010VPG Central Cooling Fresh Water Coolers Maker : No.0Mpa Desuperheated Steam System") Central Cooling Fresh Water Pumps Maker : No. Alarms Sensor TR FS TR Tag No.alkalinity (Note : The above information is given for general guidance only. : Hisaka Works Ltd.4. fresh water for unit coolers in the wheelhouse and the central control room is boosted from the central cooling system by one cooling fresh water boosting pump which is operated at the ICAS mimic diagram for the central cooling system. 2 sets Sea water circulated plate 600 m3/h 37 ℃ Central Cooling Fresh Water Expansion Tank Capacity : 1. Each cooler has sufficient capacity under all plant conditions to cool the fresh water to the designed operating temperature of 37℃ with sea water at a temperature of 32℃. Ltd.

W/S 038VPG 40 40 80 125 NO.1a Central Fresh Water Cooling System TO CARGO MACHINERY RM NO. 40 150 086VPG 065VPG 035VPG S 40 NO.1 CCS F.2 FD W.W. LO CLR T 066VPG 064VPG 067VPG NO.1 MCR UNIT CLR NO.2 SWBD RM 098VPG 088VPG 40 40 50 125 50 FROM PROV. 40 084VPG 082VPG 032VPG 40 40 047VPG 048VPG 011VPG 25 50 S 865 40 50 200 65 012VPG 010VPG 80 CHEMICAL DOSING TK A T 081VPG 031VPG 046VPG TIC 865 65 T 65 65 250 40 40 200 052VPG 150 100 250 CHANGE OVER 40 25 TM 865 T TAH 865 C 250 002VPG P 004VPG PS PS 250 623 051VPG DRAIN CLR NO.1 SWBD RM UNIT CLR 034VPG 40 40 NO.W. (3) TO CLEAN DRAIN TK 100 NO.TK NOTE.P.1 AIR COMP. GENE.PUMP AC 623 RO 623 RM 623 SA 623 009VPG NO.F.1 FD W.HTR 40 T 65 65 250 150 200 200 100 100 . W/S 50 UNIT CLR 033VPG 50 NO.O.2 L.& AIR COND.W.2 CCS F.1 CARGO MACH.CLR 053VPG S/T LO CLR 041VPG 65 NO.EXP.4.W.BOOST PUMP AC 624 RO 624 RM 624 SA 624 80 036VPG 40 40 125 125 150 IGG LO CLR 063VPG NO.COOL.COOLED CONDENSER 80 061VPG NO.PUMP P P 100 UNIT CLR 087VPG 078VPG TO PROV. AIR CLR TM 239 TAH 239 NO.1 MAIN TURBO GENE.W.& AIR COND.REF. GENE.3 AIR COMP.2 MCR 099VPG TO W/H & CCR UNIT CLR UNIT CLR 40 40 100 80 125 FROM W/H & CCR UNIT CLR FROM CARGO MACH. BOOST.CLR TAH 239 100 25 25 054VPG 005VPG 003VPG 007VPG 006VPG 008VPG 250 001VPG CCS COOL.2 MAIN TURBO GENE. RM CCS F.F. LO CLR NO.W.2 AIR COMP. F.1 250 T T T T TIC 87A 055VPG T 100 C P STM 042VPG 043VPG 65 S/T LO F.CLR NO.UNIT P 80 028VPG 624 LABORATORY UNIT CLR PS P CHANGE OVER 030VPG 090VPG 40 40 PS 25 10 095VPG 072VPG RO 626 RM 626 SA 626 071VPG (3) 150 40 062VPG 089VPG ELEC.UNIT 80 T FS LAL 741 W/H & CCR UNIT CLR C.O.CLR S 40 ENG.P.3.REF.W. AIR CLR 80 TM 239 250 250 250 250 25 NO.2 80 80 125 125 50 50 T 068VPG 25 200 25 25 25 40 UNIT CLR 037VPG P 80 027VPG P 029VPG IGG W. 40 085VPG 083VPG L.

The chlorinator generates hypochlorite by electrolysis of seawater. • All drain valves • Saw dust injection valve 017VPH • Hypochlorite injection valves 043 . 1) Sea chests. 045VPH are changed over automatically according to the mode of system and condition of the sea chest. The hypochlorite is injected to the following points to prevent the adhesion and growth of marine organisms. After confirmed water from vent lines. Normally at sea. 360 rpm The seawater circulating system of the main condenser and LO coolers is comprised of an inlet scoop. It is assumed that the auxiliary system is being started with the auxiliary sea water circulating pump operating. 046. In order to operate the system the sawdust injector inlet valve 051VPH and outlet valve 017VPH are closed and the injector box is filled with sawdust. via valve 009VPH. AUTO mode may be selected at any time as the transfer to SCOOP mode will commence provided the conditions are fulfilled. overboard outlet and associated valves and pipework. should the auxiliary circulating pump not be available. This action is performed only in an emergency when condenser tube leakage is suspected in order to prevent contamination by sea water. d) Ensure that following valves are closed. the high sea chest will be used in order to prevent the ingress of sand and mud with the sea water.000 / 2. Each sea chest is connected by means of the crossover sea bay which is situated below the double bottom constructed with ship structure. astern or during harbor maneuvering. sufficient circulating water is supplied by the scoop system without the main circulating pump. Procedures for Main Circulating System Operation a) Sea chest and sea bay vent valves should normally be left open in order to ensure that the sea chest and sea bay are always completely filled with water.600m3/h at 3 /6 m total head 440V. the auxiliary circulating pump may be used for the main circulating system. The main circulating pump is brought into service when the ship is moving at reduced speeds. select AUTO mode. Each circulating pump can supply circulating water to the main condenser or auxiliary condenser and the main LO cooler as required. The procedure is the same as for operating the main circulating pump. the low sea chest will be used for the main sea water circulating pump..1 Sea Water Circulating System Two sea chests are provided for the sea water circulating system、one is for low suction.000 / 2. j) The hypochlorite injection valves 043. There is a cross connection from the main circulating pump. 360 rpm g) Confirm that the scoop system is being AVAILABLE and the control mode is being MANUAL on the ICAS screen. f) Select REMOTE control for the scoop inlet valve 001VPH and the main circulating pump discharge valve 007VPH on the ICAS screen. Ltd. Sea water led to the unit from the cooling sea water pump is electrolyzed as it passes between anodes and cathodes in the unit. Position Open Open Open Description Sea chest suction valve Auxiliary condenser outlet overboard valve Auxiliary circulating pump suction valve Valve 003 or 004VPH 012VPH 006VPH d) Start the auxiliary circulating pump. The auxiliary circulating system provides for the auxiliary condenser and circulating sea water is supplied by the auxiliary or main circulating pump.600m3/h at 3 /6 m total head 440V. vertical 5. Sawdust from the box can be injected into the sea water side of the condenser using sea water from the cooling sea water pump as the motive power. one main circulating pump. The sea water circulating pumps take suction from the sea bay. i) When the system is being circulated by water from the main circulation pump. . 047 VPH • Auxiliary condenser vent valves • Auxiliary condenser outlet overboard valve 012VPH • Auxiliary circulating valves 009 / 011VPH • Main condenser back flushing valve 015/020VPH e) Set the valves as in the following table : Position Open Open Open Open Open Description Sea chest suction valve Main condenser outlet overboard valve Main circulating pump suction valve Auxiliary circulating pump suction valve Main condenser water box vent valves Valve 003 or 004VPH 002VPH 005VPH 006VPH Main Sea Water Circulating Pump Maker : No. Procedures for Auxiliary Circulating System Operation The auxiliary sea water circulating pump is used to supply the auxiliary condenser when the main sea water circulation system is not operating. b) The starting and stopping of pumps and the operation of hydraulically actuated valves takes place from the ICAS screen. 80kW. e) As the pump runs up to speed open the discharge in line valve 011VPH and control the pressure to the desired value. h) Click PUMP mode on the ICAS screen and confirm the start of main circulating pump and the open of discharge valve 007VPH.) Auxiliary Sea Water Circulating Pump Maker : No. b) Ensure that following valves are closed. one auxiliary circulating pump. (Note : If required. However. 80kW. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Teikoku Machinery Works.3. the other is for high suction located on starboard and port sides in engine room respectively.5. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Teikoku Machinery Works. At sea. close them. c) Ensure that all instrumentation root valves are open and that all instruments are operating correctly. 1 set Centrifugal. All sea chests are provided with slush ice protection. Hydraulically operated system valve fitted at each sea chest suction is normally operated remotely from the ICAS mimic display. Ltd. when operating in shallow waters. vertical 5. air vent connection and steam blowing connection. f) Open vent valves on auxiliary condenser water box to purge any entrapped air. a) Ensure that all instrumentation root valves are open and that all instruments are operating correctly. 1 set Centrifugal. • All drain valves • Auxiliary condenser vent valves • Auxiliary circulating valves 009 / 011VPH • Main condenser back flushing valve 015/020VPH • Main circulating valves 007 / 008VPH c) Set the valves as in the following table. high and low for general service 2) Scoop inlet A sawdust injection box is connected to the main condenser inlet piping. under normal operating conditions.

The cooling water passed through the auxiliary condenser is supplied into outlet water chamber of main condenser and discharged from the inlet scoop passing through the cooling tubes and the inlet water chamber of main condenser. unless no frigid climate condition. a) The main condenser should be changed over to auxiliary condenser when the plant is in live condition. Chlorine injection valve The chlorine injection valves are automatically changed over as follows. The valve is opened at "PUMP" mode. ・ Pump to Scoop (at all conditions are established) 1) Shaft revolution : above 52rpm + 10min. Scoop / Pump Changeover When scoop system control mode is in “AUTO”.3. the cooling sea water after main condenser is returned into either suction sea chest being used for rising the suction sea water temperature. on the contrary. : above 4) Condenser outlet SW temp. In this case (Re-circulation mode). Marine Growth Preventing System The scoop overboard valve 002VPH and hot water re-circulating valve 020VPH are sequentially operated with the operation of respective mode. minus 2℃ of sea water temperature is considered and the system can maintain the main condenser vacuum 730 to 735mmHg. : above The remote . the main condenser is cooled by one circulating pump even when navigating operation of the vessel for preventing the under-cooling of condensate in the main condenser. automatic changeover is performed by following conditions. 2) 3) Alarms Sensor TR Tag No.manual changeover can also be performed by selecting “SCOOP” or “PUMP” at the ICAS screen as required.5.2. The hot water re-circulating valve 020VPH controls main condenser outlet sea water temperature where “Re-circulation” operation is activated. when the high suction is in use. When the low suction is in use. Main condenser outlet overboard valve 002VPH is "Open". : below ・ Circulation to Re-circulation (at all conditions are established) 1) Sea mode : Cold sea 2) Main condenser vacuum : below -80kPa 3) Condenser inlet SW temp. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) Sea chest valve 003 or 004VPH is "Open". 1) Scoop injection valve 043VPH The valve is operated by the main condenser sea water circulating mode changeover sequence. Timer 2) Main condenser vacuum : above -80kPa 3) Plant mode : Normal 4) Condenser inlet SW temp. For Frigid Climate Condition Where the sea water temperature is extremely low. 849 Function Main condenser outlet temperature Chlorinator trouble • DC over current • Thyristor SR high temp • Cool. Back Flushing of Main Condenser The cooling tubes of main condenser can be back flushed by utilizing hot cooling sea water out of auxiliary condenser. Fan trouble • AC over current Set point TA H 45 ℃ 863 . The back flushing is carried out as follows: It is assumed that the auxiliary system is being circulated with the auxiliary sea water circulating pump operating. Selected pump discharge valve 007 or 008VPH is "REMOTE". : below ・ Re-circulation to Circulation (at all conditions are established) 1) Sea mode : Normal 2) Main condenser vacuum : above -80kPa 3) Condenser inlet SW temp. : below 4) Condenser outlet SW temp. The valve is opened at "SCOOP" mode. The cooling water is re-circulated between sea suction and main condenser to rise the suction sea water temperature when the further severe condition. 076VPH or 077VPH is being opened for operation of auxiliary condenser before back flushing. Pump mode valve 045VPH The valve is operated by the main condenser sea water circulating mode changeover sequence.) c) Set the valves as in the following table • Open Scoop suction valve 001VPH • Open Main condenser back flushing valve 015/020VPH 076/ 077VPH • Close Both overboard valve on sea chest The back flushing is now executed with the auxiliary circulating system. : above ・ Scoop to Pump (at one condition is established) 1) Shaft revolution : below 50rpm 2) Main condenser vacuum : below -80kPa 3) Plant mode : Maneuvering 4) Condenser inlet SW temp. Chlorinator The “High / Low” changeover of output electric current is performed by sea water flow of chlorinator inlet. Scoop inlet valve 001VPH control is "REMOTE". (See 3. 076VPH on low sea chest.1 Sea Water Circulating System Controls Scoop System Scoop system is available in following conditions. For the severest case. Hot water return valve 015VPH is "Open". The electric motorized valve 007 / 008VPH fitted on the discharge of each circulating pump is sequentially operated with the operation of respective pump.1 "Condensate Water System ") b) Ensure that following valves are closed • Scoop outlet valve 002VPH • Both main and auxiliary circulating pumps discharge valves 007 and 008 VPH • Main LO cooler inlet valves 071 and 072VPH • Main condenser back flushing valve 015/020VPH • Either overboard valve 076VPH or 077VPH on sea chest • Either suction valve 003VPH or 004VPH on sea chest (Note : One of the overboard valves. Selected circulating pump (main or auxiliary) is "REMOTE". Sea chest injection valves 046 / 047VPH The valves are switched manually at local depending upon the selected sea chest suction valve 003 / 004VPH. 077VPH on high sea chest is opened. Hot water return valve 076 or 077VPH is "Open".

1 MAIN L. S. PUMP ASS RM 632 1100 40 001VPH AOS 853 RO 853 OIO 853 OIS 853 OIO 861 SCOOP 005VPH OIS 861 RO 861 AOS 861 550 632 632 RO 632 SA 632 XA 700 043VPH 009VPH P 700 C 400 700 M 007VPH 80 100 SAW DUST INJECTION BOX 850 400 072VPH T T MAIN CIRC.2 MAIN L.O. PUMP ASS 631 NO. CIRC.O.1a Sea Water Circulating System SEA CHEST (HIGH) 004VPH AOS 852 RO 852 OIS 852 OIO 852 002VPH AOS 855 RO 855 OI 855 RO 857 OIS 857 OIO 857 077VPH OIS 859 OIO 859 047VPH 015VPH 082VPH XA 859 1350 80 020VPH T TAH 849 TM 849 65 100 014VPH 100 TO FIRE & BILGE PUMP 550 T T AUX. LINE 40 80 050VPH FS FS 50 80 FS 052VPH 100 50 048VPH SEA CHEST (LOW) . CLR 80 073VPH 400 863 XA 081VPH CHLORINATOR 042VPH TROUBLE FS AOS 862 862 RO OIS 862 OIO 862 RO 856 045VPH OIS 856 OIO 856 550 80 046VPH 041VPH 044VPH 003VPH 076VPH COOL.5.W. CONDR 550 012VPH MAIN CONDR 80 (80A) 700 AOS 854 RO 854 OIO 854 65 TO CLEAN DRAIN TK 854 006VPH T TM 848 P 011VPH 1100 700 008VPH M C SEA BAY 700 700 017VPH AOS 851 RO 851 OIO 851 OIS 851 AUX. CLR T T 074VPH 400 400 075VPH RM 631 631 RO 631 SA 631 XA 850 550 XA 858 OIS 858 OIO 858 550 400 051VPH 071VPH NO.3.

b) Ensure that all drain and vent valves are closed. The two distilling plant cooling pumps take suction also from the sea bay. Ltd. These pumps provide sea water feed to the distilling plant for evaporation. In remote operation pumps may be started and stopped manually and one pump may be selected for automatic operation to act as the standby pump and start should the duty pump fail to maintain the correct sea water pressure. the main condenser vacuum pump coolers and the chlorinator.2 cooling sea water pump is equipped with a vacuum pump for priming which enables emergency bilge suction in the engine room.2 distilling plant. The discharge from the eductors is discharged overboard via common valve 070VPH with the central cooling system.5.. The central cooling system is provided with two 100% duty identical cooling water pumps.2 “Distilling Plant”.1 distilling plant or No. a) Ensure that the sea bay is flooded as described in Section 3. No. these pumps are cross connected by means of valve 067VPH which allows No.2 pump to supply No. After confirmed water from vent lines.3. The pumps take suction from the sea bay. . 1. Although each distilling plant has its own dedicated pump.1 “Sea Water Circulating System”) d) Start the pump associated to the distilling plant which will be set in service. The starter for each pump is incorporated in the local control panel for each distilling plant.e.800 rpm Procedures for Cooling Sea Water System Operation Pumps may be set for local operation or remote operation via the ICAS display.1 distilling plant.. and the other for the distilling plant cooling. cooling water for condensing the vapour and driving water for operating the brine / air ejectors which remove brine from the evaporator shell.2 Cooling Sea Water Service System Cooling Sea Water Pump Maker : No. one acting as the duty pump and the other acting as the standby pump. 1. 2 sets Centrifugal. Alarms Sensor Tag No.800 rpm The cooling sea water system comprises two independent cooling systems. vertical 105m3/h at 50m total head 440V. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Teikoku Machinery Works. 30kW.2 plant. b) Ensure that all instrumentation root valves are open and that all instruments are operating correctly. 863 Function Chlorinator trouble • DC over current • Thyristor SR high temp • Cool. (See: 3. The central cooling system also supplies water to the sawdust injector which is used for injecting sawdust into the main condenser. Ltd. vertical 650m3/h at 20m total head 440V. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Teikoku Machinery Works.1 pump to supply No. close them. No.1 pump for No. d) Set the valves as in the following table : Position Open Open Open Open Open Open Open Open Description Both cooling sea water pumps suction valves Both cooling sea water pumps discharge valves Overboard discharge valve Either one central cooler sea water inlet valve Either one central cooler sea water outlet valve Both vacuum pump coolers inlet valves Both vacuum pump coolers outlet valves Chlorinator inlet valve Valve 021/ 022VPH 024/ 026VPH 070VPH 027 or 028VPH 029 or 030VPH 036/ 037VPH 038/ 039VPH 041VPH Procedures for Distilling Plants Sea Water System Operation The distilling plants are operated as described in section 6.2 pump for No. g) Supply chlorine to selected sea chest.1 “Sea Water Circulating System” above.5. 2 sets Centrifugal. 55kW. e) Open vent valves on the suction strainers to purge any entrapped air. The description which follows applies only to the setting and operating of the distilling plant sea water systems. c) Set the valves as in the following table : Position Open Open Open Open Open Open Description Both cooling sea water pumps suction valves Both cooling sea water pumps discharge valves Isolating valve in crossover line Distilling plant inlet valves Distilling plant outlet valves Overboard discharge valve Valve 061 / 062VPH 063 / 065VPH 067VPH 064 / 066VPH 068 / 069VPH 070VPH Distilling Plant Cooling Sea Water Pump Maker : No. f) Ensure that the pumps have been primed and start one of pumps and select the other pump for automatic standby. a) Ensure that all instrumentation root valves are open and that all instruments are operating correctly. c) Ensure that all drain and vent valves are closed. Controls The cooling sea water pump will be automatic changed over by low pump discharge pressure (120kPa). i.5. Fan trouble • AC over current Set point No. one for the central cooling.

PUMP C 062VPH 082VPH OIS 859 XA 859 FI FI 067VPH 064VPH 063VPH 083VPH P 125 C 061VPH NO.W.1 125 150 550 550 80 700 700 40 068VPH 069VPH 125 125 FROM MAIN CONDR FROM AUX. CLR SEA CHEST (LOW) . BOX 40 80 FS 052VPH 100 50 048VPH 80 046VPH 093VPH CHLORINATOR TROUBLE 100 FS AOS RO OIS OIO 850 NO.1 300 250 250 070VPH NO. PUMP TO MAIN CIRC. CIRC. 066VPH 125 V 125 129VPF T V T P 125 065VPH 634 SA 634 RM 634 RO 65 004VPH OIO 857 OIS 857 RO 857 077VPH OIO 859 047VPH DIST.W. 250 250 ABOVE UPP. PLANT 125 T FROM COND.W.3. PUMP UNIT CHANGE OVER TM 848 SEA BAY PS PS 633 024VPH P 250 023VPH C 021VPH EMERG.2 CCS F.W.DK 038VPH 65 T T 036VPH T 250 CLR 65 80 NO.W. PUMP UNIT 150 80 078VPH TO SCOOP XA 65 80 863 862 862 862 862 250 250 850 250 250 40 034VPH 030VPH 033VPH 028VPH 029VPH 032VPH 031VPH 027VPH 041VPH 042VPH 044VPH 045VPH XA 858 80 80 050VPH FS FS 50 071VPH RO 856 OIS 856 OIO 856 081VPH OIS 858 OIO 858 T DP T T DP T TO SAW DUST INJECT.DK 40 084VPH SEA CHEST (HIGH) 094VPH NO. PUMP 250 TO E/R BILGE PUMP 250 092VPH 633 SA 633 RM 633 RO 633 AC 150 25 115VPH FROM FIRE LINE PRESSURISING PUMP MAIN COOL.2 VAC. CONDR TO AUX.S. CLR NO. BILGE SUC.2a Cooling Sea Water Service System ABOVE UPP.1 DIST.1 VAC.2 DIST.2 125 003VPH 076VPH NO.5. PLANT T 128VPF NO.1 CCS F. PLANT COOL.2 NO.S.PUMP P C 022VPH 039VPH 65 T T 037VPH CLR 65 350 026VPH 025VPH NO.

Any bunker barges attending the vessel are to be safely moored alongside before any part of the bunker loading operation begins. As far as possible new bunkers should be segregated from existing bunkers on board. excessive pressure is relieved to a FO overflow tank. if the final tank is being filled the pumping rate must be reduced. Company rules regarding the taking of bunkers and transferring of fuel oil within the vessel must be understood by all involved in the fuel oil bunkering and transfer procedure. A second sample should be sealed and sent ashore for analysis. All valves in the diesel oil and gas oil bunkering system are manually operated. The time that the pre-bunker conference took place should be entered into the vessel’s log book. Bunker tanks should not exceed the maximum volume stated in the company policy. The sample should be taken at the bunker manifold and on board fuel tests carried out as soon as possible after bunkering. start and stop ullages / dips. The contents of the plan will include but not be limited to. The pre-bunkering check list should be completed prior to starting bunker operations. The heavy fuel oil and low sulphur oil are bunkered using the same 300mm filling line. Scuppers and save-alls. Before the tank being filled reaches the maximum volume specified by the company. All personnel involved should know exactly what role they are to play and what their duties are. The information required to be entered includes date. The diesel oil and gas oil are bunkered using the same 100mm filling line. Following fixed and portable reducers are provided for the manifold ends.100×ANSI 150 psi . Two diesel oil storage tanks and an inert gas generator gas oil tank are located at the engine room. Frequent checks must be made of the mooring arrangements as the bunker barge draught will change during bunkering. j) k) l) m) n) o) The soundness of all pipework should be verified by a visual inspection. the rate should be reduced by diverting some of the flow to another bunker tank. The initial loading rate must be agreed with the barge or shore station and bunkering commenced at an agreed signal.1 Fuel Oil Bunkering System Heavy fuel oil for the boilers is stored in two HFO side tanks located at the engine room. These bunker tanks are filled from any of the four bunker manifolds. Bosses for pressure gauges and air purge connections are fitted to all manifold branches. All relevant information regarding the bunkering operation is to be entered in the Oil Record Book on completion of loading. names of personnel involved and duties assigned. c) Sampling connections are provided at each HFO manifold. quantity transferred and tanks used. b) p) CAUTION At least one bunker tank filling valve must be fully open at all times during the bunkering operation. HFO and Low sulphur fuel oil Fixed Piece Portable JIS 5 K . Before and during bunkering. Personnel involved should know the location of all valves and gauges and be able to operate the valves both locally and remotely if required.300×ANSI 150 psi . great care must be taken to avoid problems of incompatibility. tanks to be bunkered.. Over pressurization of bunkering fuel oil is prevented by relief valves set at 0.8"×DIN 10 bar . The line is led through the starboard side under deck passageway and branched to the HFO side tanks which are arranged at port and starboard sides and the low sulphur fuel oil tank which is arranged at starboard side. These tanks are filled from any of the four bunker manifolds. Level alarms fitted the bunker tanks should be tested prior to bunker loading operations. should the loading rate be increased to the agreed maximum.6" ANSI 150 psi . time. The line is led through the port side under deck passageway and branched to each diesel oil storage tank and the inert gas generator gas oil tank in engine room. including those around bunker tank vents. Samples are to be taken using a recognized sampling device that will give a representative sample of the fuel oil bunkered. should be effectively plugged. DO and Gas oil Fixed Piece h) i) . High level alarms are set at approx. If bunkers being received are to be loaded into the same tanks as existing bunkers on board.5MPa. the following steps should be complied with : a) A pre-bunker conference should be held with all personnel involved with bunkering being present. 95% on all fuel tanks. the new bunkers should not be loaded on top of the existing bunkers. Any Oil Spill Response kit provided by the company must be in place and a pressure gauge must be fitted on the boss of the manifold.6.8"×DIN 10 bar . a HFO fore deep tank located forward of the cargo tanks and a low sulphur fuel oil tank also located at the engine room. Only upon confirmation of there being no leakages and fuel going into only nominated tanks. A bunker plan should be drawn up and all personnel involved in bunkering must be fully aware of the contents of the plan and understand the entire operational procedure.3.4" 4 pcs g) e) d) Precautions Prior to and During the Loading of Bunkers The following is only a guide and company procedures should be followed. If there is any doubt about the compatibility between the new bunkers and the existing bunkers. When topping off the final tank the filling rate must be reduced at the barge or shore station and not by throttling the filling valve. A watch must be kept at the bunker manifold during loading of bunkers with all personnel involved being in radio contact. No internal transferring of bunkers should take place during bunker loading operations. High level alarms are provided and will automatically close the filling valve to the respective tank. unless permission has been obtained from the Chief Engineer.8" ANSI 150 psi .8" 4 pcs 2 pcs 2 pcs f) JIS 5 K .

The drip tray should be empty with the plugs fitted. If the aft bunker tanks are to be filled then valve FOV3 will need to be closed isolating the forward HFO deep tank. Fill the remaining tanks in the same way. The isolating valve 214VPL must be closed when bunkering. Discharge to shore is done through isolating valve 214VPL to the 300mm bunkering line. Procedure for Loading Diesel Oil and Gas Oil Bunkers The procedures are the same as heavy fuel oil bunkering except following : a) Open the required valve at the selected bunkering connection as per follows : Description Port forward manifold DO filling valve Port aft manifold DO filling valve Starboard forward manifold DO filling valve Starboard aft manifold DO filling valve b) Valve 911VPL 912VPL 913VPL 914VPL f) g) h) i) j) k) l) The DO and gas oil storage tanks filling valves have no remote operating facility. When bunkering has finished and the lines have been blown through. open the filling valve to the second tank and slowly close in the filling valve to the tank being topped off. that the valves are closed and that the drain and sampling valves are closed. the engine room. For the final bunker tank the filling rate must be reduced by slowing the pumping operation and this must be signaled to the barge or shore station. Open the required valve at the selected bunkering connection as per follows : Description Port forward manifold HFO filling valve Port aft manifold HFO filling valve Starboard forward manifold HFO filling valve Starboard aft manifold HFO filling valve Valve 901VPL 902VPL 903VPL 904VPL m) As the level in the first bunker tank approaches the amount stated in the bunker plan.) Depending on which HFO bunker tank is to be bunkered determines which HFO line isolation valve will need to be closed. Ensure bunker sampling has commenced. (Note : The bunkering line is to be flushed with compressed air after finishing filling for preventing the mixing of different kinds of oil. take meter readings on the barge or shore station supply line prior to commencing bunker transfer. the barge or shore station must be signaled to stop pumping unless they have already done so. quantity and specification of the fuel to be supplied and agree on a signaling system with the barge or shore connection. This valve would need to be opened and valve 905VPL closed if the forward HFO deep tank is to be filled. These valves are manually operated in the engine room. If possible. Ensure that the sample containers are sealed and labeled correctly. Check the bunker hose connections and pipeline for any leaks.) . Signal to the shore station or barge to commence bunkering at a slow rate. n) b) o) p) q) r) c) d) (Note : Fuel oil tanks in engine room can be returned to shore using the HFO or DO transfer pump. Disconnect the bunker hose and replace the blank.3. Check the fuel is flowing into the correct tank and not to any other tank. the bunker manifold and the bunker barge or shore station. Increase the bunkering rate to the agreed maximum. The sampling kits and the pressure gauge must be prepared and in place before the bunkering operation begins. Ensure the blanks on the other 3 bunker connections are secure. Agree filling rates. which is opened for discharge the fuel oil in engine room tanks. this communication must remain at all times.1 Fuel Oil Bunkering System Procedure for Loading Fuel Bunkers a) Remove the blank fitted at the bunker connection and connect the bunkering hose ensuring the gasket used is not damaged. Open the correct filling valve for the tank to be bunkered. When the final tank is full.6. e) Establish effective communication between the cargo control room. close all bunker manifold and tank filling valves.

1a Fuel Oil Viscosity .Centistokes 100 100 Boiler Atomization Viscosity usually between 10 and 25 cetistokes 100 50 Ma rine 50 50 Die 20 15 Ma rin sel Oil 20 15 20 15 IF -7 00 10 eG as Oil 10 IF IF IF -6 0 -1 -1 IF -3 10 80 80 00 5 4 5 4 IF -3 0 5 4 -10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 Temperature ℃ Kinematic Viscosity .000 1.000 2.000 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 10.000 500 V iscosity .000 centistokes 2.1a Temperature ℃ Fuel Oil Viscosity .6.Temperature Relationships Typical Marine Fuels Pumping Viscosity usually about 1.000 2.Centistokes .000 l 5.6.Temperature Graph -10 10.000 500 0 10 20 Bun ker Fue l Oi 30 40 50 10.3.Temperature Graph 3.000 5.000 500 Kinematic Viscosity .000 1.000 5.000 1.

OVERFLOW TK NAME F.O. 2.3. WAY COFF.T (P 137VPL 904VPL 914VPL 913VPL 903VPL 300 100 R 100 COFF. TYPE E. SIDE TK. LINE SAMPLING VALVE AIR TEST & PURGE V.B FWD PUMP ROOM 100 .O.O.TK R 906VPL F.V. (JIS 5K-25) BOSS & PLUG FOR PRESS.TK. G. SHORE CONN. FOV5 R 200 FOV4 905VPL 250 250 100 R FOV3 300 200 D.G.O.GAUGE (PF1/2) F. PUMP TABLE TO F.G. PORTABLE REDUCERS ARE STOWED IN THE CO2 BOTTLE ROOM.O.M.G./G. PUMP 100 &S) FOV1 . EACH VALVE HAS LOCAL MANUAL CONTROL DEVICE FOR EMERGENCY BACK UP OPERATION. 4.TK. LOW SULPHER F.4 CARGO TANK FWD W. ENG. PUMP 214VPL FOR'D F.O.O. (JIS 5K-25) BOSS & PLUG FOR PRESS. FUEL OIL TRANSFER PUMP AND SUCTION VALVE CAN BE OPERATED FROM CARGO CONTROL ROOM.5 MPa 100 300 902VPL 912VPL 911VPL 901VPL 3.O.GAUGE (PF1/2) D O.TK D. ACC.O.1b Fuel Oil Bunkering System NOTE DETAIL OF F. SIDE TK UNDER DECK PASS.O. SHORE CONN. HYDRAULIC OPERATED VALVES FOR F.O. ROOM 200 100 P PM 100 300 200 R FOV2 907VPL FROM E/R F.O. TRANSF. 243VPL 136VPL 100 5. AIR TEST & PURGE V.FILLING CAN BE OPERATED FROM CARGO CONTROL ROOM. 4 2 2 I.6.TK F. R DETAIL OF MANIFOLD AREA 100 100 FOV6 4 300 100 SET AT 0. APPLICATION FUEL OIL ITEM FIXED PIECE PORTABLE REDUCER GAS OIL FIXED PIECE SIZE JIS 5K-300 × ANSI 150PSI-8" ANSI 150PSI-8" × DIN 10BAR-8" ANSI 150PSI-8" × DIN 10BAR-6" JIS 5K-100 × ANSI 150PSI-4" (WITH SLOTS) NO. F. PUMP ITEM 3 50m /h × 4 BAR DEL. TRANS.O. PIECES ARE SUPPLIED AS FOLLOWS . LINE SAMPLING VALVE 1.O. TRANS. TRUNK NO.O.

200 rpm Overflow from each side settling tank is led to the FO side tank of same side and the overflow from the side tanks is led to the FO overflow tank through an overflow alarm chamber providing a float switch. Control selector switch for the automatic stop detector is provided on the ICAS. For automatic stop operation. Ensure the HFO transfer pump filter is clean. Check that the fuel is being transferred from the required side tank to the designated settling tank. The FO overflow tank can be pumped out by the HFO transfer pump via suction valve 206VPL and discharged to FO settling tanks or FO side tanks. 18. All fuel tanks are fitted with a quick closing pneumatic outlet valve operated from the fire control station. The HFO transfer pump is automatically stopped depending upon the high level of fuel oil settling tanks. The valves must be reset locally after being tripped. It is recommended that the pumps remain isolated by the blanks and the crossover valves 208 / 215VPL closed to ensure no fuel contamination can occur. Ltd.7kW. Ensure that the isolating valve 214VPL and the waste oil transfer pump discharge valve 326VPL are closed.200 rpm Taiko Kikai Industries.200 rpm b) c) d) Procedures for Transferring from the HFO Fore Deep Tank The HFO stored in the HFO fore deep tank is transferred to the HFO side tanks in engine room using the forward transfer pump and the bunker filling line. the control selector switch must be set to ON position on the ICAS. The pump can be stopped from the fire control station in the event of fire in engine room. Open the HFO transfer pump suction and discharge valves 203VPL and 211VPL ensuring any crossover valves with the DO transfer pump are closed and the blanks fitted. e) f) g) h) i) b) c) d) Position Open Open Open Open The HFO and DO transfer pumps are interconnected allowing any pump to be used with all grades of fuel. The pump must be selected for automatic cut out when the settling tank level reaches the level switch. Two HFO settling tanks are provided for this purpose. The forward HFO system incorporates an HFO fore deep tank located forward of the cargo tanks and above the forward water ballast tank. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Taiko Kikai Industries.200 rpm Taiko Kikai Industries. especially FOV5 for the low sulphur FO tank and 214VPL for isolation valve.2 Heavy Fuel Oil Transfer system Heavy Fuel Oil Transfer Pump Maker : No. 1 set Gear. The HFO transfer pump is started and stopped locally or remotely. stop the pump. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Diesel Oil Transfer Pump Maker : No.392MPa 440V. 5. Ltd. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Waste Oil Transfer Pump Maker : No. The HFO transfer pump is used to transfer HFO from the side tanks to the settling tanks. When the desired quantity of fuel has been transferred. horizontal 10m3/h at 0.294MPa 440V. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Taiko Kikai Industries.294MPa 440V. Open the filling valve to the settling tank being filled 212 or 213VPL.5kW. Alternatively the pump can be allowed to stop automatically when the settling tank level switch is activated. . 1 set Snake. Ltd. 1. Forward Fuel Oil Transfer Pump Maker : No. The procedure is as follows : a) Check the quantity of HFO in the side tank to be filled and check the quantity of HFO in the HFO fore deep tank. Start the HFO transfer pump locally. 1. Ensure the temperature of the HFO in the HFO fore deep tank is sufficient for pumping.5kW. Procedure for Transferring from the HFO Side Tanks to Settling Tanks The HFO settling tanks are fitted with level switches and the HFO transfer pump is equipped for automatic stop under the control of these switches. A stop valve 207VPL and a spectacle blank are provided at the FO overflow tank suction pipe being the lowest point of the FO transfer pipelines for draining to the FO drain tank in the event that removal of pipe works is required. If the quantity of HFO in the side tank is less than the quantity to be pumped be prepared to change over tanks. It is important to ensure the valves are closed on all the other tanks not being filled.4MPa 440V. e) f) Start the HFO transfer pump locally. vertical 50m3/h at 0.6. a) Check the quantity of HFO in the HFO settling tank to be filled and determine how much fuel is to be transferred. If the settling tank in operation is likely to reach its low level during UMS operation the settling tanks should be changed over before that period of UMS operation commences. 3. (Approx. 18. 1. Check the quantity of HFO in the side tank from which the fuel is to be transferred and note the temperature. horizontal 10m3/h at 0. The self-closing cock drains are collected into the separated bilge oil tank and pumped to the waste oil settling tanks by the waste oil transfer pump to burn in the incinerator. the control selector switch must be set to OFF position on the ICAS before the pump stop. vertical 50m3/h at 0. stop the pump. close all valves. The waste oil transfer pump can be automatically stopped depending on the high level of waste oil settling tank being filled. The settling tank in operation must be checked periodically and an estimate made of when a changeover will be needed. Each tank is also fitted with a self-closing test cock to test for the presence of water and to drain any water present.5kW.3. 1 set Gear. When the required amount of oil has been transferred. Open the quick-closing suction valve 201 or 202VPL on the side tank from which the fuel is to be transferred. A low level settling tank should be filled as soon as possible. 1. Save-all from each fuel oil system is collected into the FO drain tank and pumped to the FO settling tanks or waste oil settling tanks by the waste oil transfer pump. For local operation. 40℃) Ensure the suction filter for the forward HFO transfer pump to be used is clean. 1 set Gear. The forward HFO transfer pump is used to transfer HFO from the HFO fore deep tank to the aft HFO side tanks in engine room as required. Set the valves as in the following table : Description HFO fore deep tank outlet valves Forward HFO transfer pump discharge valve Bunker line isolation valves HFO filling valve for one of side tanks Valve FOV1 906VPL 905 /FOV3 / 907VPL FOV4 or FOV6 HFO is transferred to the HFO settling tanks from any of the HFO side tanks where it is allowed to settle prior to being used in the boilers. Only in the event of a pump failure necessitating the use of another pump should the blanks be removed. Ltd.

180 mm LAL 1. Open the HFO side tank suction valves and set up the HFO transfer pump as described in transferring HFO to the settling tanks. *1 : Resistance tape . 711/712 713 716/717 716/717 725 Function FO side tank Low sulphur tank FO settling tank (from tank bottom) FO overflow tank (from tank top) FO drain tank (from tank top) Waste oil settling tank (from tank top) Set point LAH LAH 90 % 90 % LAH 13. HFO fore deep tank filling valve FOV2. Alarms Sensor (Level) *1 *1 LT LT FS Controls All valves in the HFO bunkering and transfer system are manually operated except for the following which are hydraulically and electrically operated : Valve FOV1 FOV2 FOV3 FOV4 FOV5 FOV6 212VPL 213VPL Tag No.6. Check the quantity in the fore deep tank to ensure there is sufficient space for the fuel to be transferred before starting the transfer operation. This will direct the fuel to the HFO fore deep tank and bunker manifolds. Prior to starting the pump ensure all bunker manifold valves are closed and the blanks are fitted.3. Open isolation valves 905VPL and FOV3.760 mm LAH -250 mm FS 726 LAH -300 mm Location HFO fore deep tank suction valve HFO fore deep tank filling valve Isolation valve Starboard HFO side tank filling valve Low sulphur FO tank filling valve Port HFO side tank filling valve Starboard HFO settling tank filling valve Port HFO settling tank filling valve FS 727 LAH -150 mm (Temperature) TR 716/717 TR (Other) FS 727 FO settling tank Waste oil settling tank TA H TA H 65 ℃ 11 0 ℃ 886 FO overflow FAH The HFO transfer pump is stopped automatically at the high level of settling tank being filled (with 10 seconds timer) when the control selector switch for the automatic stop detector has been set to ON on the ICAS. open the isolating valve 214VPL. Instead of opening the settling tank filling valve.2 Heavy Fuel Oil Transfer system Procedure for Transferring from the Side Tanks to Fore Deep Tank HFO may be transferred from the aft HFO side tanks to the fore deep tank if required.

SERV.O.SIDE TK(P) LM 712 LAH 712 NO.2 LI E 40 FS PUMP STOP NO.O.ADD.O.TK 261VPL R 150 213VPL M PUMP STOP R 212VPL M PUMP STOP 150 R 328VPL LAH 728 65 65 327VPL LAH 728 25 F.TKS 225VPL 65 215VPL 65 326VPL 200 P 65 TO NO.O.O.TK 40 103VPL 103VPL 003VPL 005VPL 65 127VPK TO NO.2 F.O.PUMP FS 252VPL XA 886 AS 643 FIRE C ES RO 643 SA 643 RM 643 224VPL AS 611 RM 611 SA 611 RO ES 611 FIRE 200 D.SETT.TK SHORE CONNECTIONS (P) (S) 300 300 40 200 125 125 214VPL 300 200 125 164VPK FROM L.F.O.TRANS.O.O.O.O.RM BILGE PUMP 40 072VPL 125 D.1 LI E FS PUMP STOP PUMP START PUMP START 643 FS 643 FS 607 FS 607 FS 200 LM 716 200 E 202VPL 101VPL 102VPL E 204VPL 002VPL 001VPL 125 201VPL WASTE OIL SETT.2 BOILER WASTE OIL TRANS.SERV.1 BOILER FROM ENG.TRANS.TK LAH 713 LM 713 TAH 713 TM 713 NO.SETT.TK LI E TAH 716 607 LAH 716 LAL 716 LM 711 LAH 711 FS F.OVERFLOW TK 50 LAH 725 100 206VPL 207VPL LAH 726 141VPJ 65 325VPL FS F. PUMP 25 200 100 262VPL 125 25 65 25 25 F.PUMP ASS 607 RM 607 SA 607 RO GSP ES FIRE 25 C 65 65 FROM D.STORAGE TK P 65 65 208VPL 150 203VPL 211VPL FROM L.O.TK LI E LI E TAH 717 607 FS LAH 717 LAL 717 LM 717 LOW SULPHER F.TRANS.6.1 F.DRAIN TK .PUMP 150 H.2a Heavy Fuel Oil Transfer System 200 TO & FM FWD F.O. TKS OVERFLOW 200 142VPJ P 50 TO D.O.TK 150 100 150 100 100 100 072VPL 150 40 FROM G/E D.O.O.O. SUMP TK 125 C OVERFLOW 107VPK 200 100 FROM SEPARATED BILGE OIL TK FS F.SIDE TK(S) LI E 200 65 200 40 NO.3.

Open the filling valve to the service tank to be filled 226 / 227VPL on the generator engine DO service tank. The DO transfer pump is started and stopped locally or remotely. Open the quick-closing suction valve 223 or 231VPL on the DO storage tank from which the fuel is to be transferred.500 mm 700 mm f) E/G eng. 1. 1 set Gear. 1 set Gear. 718 Function Set point 3. Alarms Sensor (Level) LT Tag No.294MPa 440V. When the transferring from gas oil tank would be needed. 1 set Snake. The DO transfer pump is automatically stopped depending upon the high level of selected generator engine DO service tank.3.5kW. it can be shifted to appropriate service tank by operating the DO transfer pump.600 mm 1. horizontal 10m3/h at 0. For local operation. the control selector switch must be set to ON position on the ICAS. Ltd. DO is used by the auxiliary diesel generators and emergency diesel generator. Ltd.2 generator engine DO service tank through a sight glass respectively. Open the DO transfer pump suction and discharge valves 224VPL and 225VPL ensuring any crossover valve with the HFO transfer pump is closed and the blanks fitted. Procedure for the Transfer of Gas Oil Normally the IGG gas oil tank is dedicated to IGG operation.7kW. 3. the control selector switch must be set to OFF position on the ICAS before the pump stop.392MPa 440V.200 rpm All DO and GO tanks are fitted with a quick closing pneumatic outlet valve operated from the fire control station.294MPa 440V.5kW. Overflow from the incinerator DO service tank and the emergency generator DO service tank is led to No. b) c) d) e) IGG GO tank LAH (from tank bottom) DO storage tank G/E DO service tank (from tank bottom) LAH LAH LAL *1 LT LT FS 715 721 722 729 95 % 3. stop the transfer pump.3 Diesel Oil and Gas Oil Transfer System Heavy Fuel Oil Transfer Pump Maker : No. The DO in the DO storage tanks is transferred to the DO service tanks for each consumer by the DO transfer pump. tank (from tank bottom) LAH LAL g) FS FS 723 724 1300 mm 400 mm *1 : Resistance tape . Check that all crossover valves connecting the DO transfer pump to the GO are closed.200 rpm Taiko Kikai Industries. 228VPL on the emergency diesel generator engine DO service tank or on the incinerator DO tank 230VPL.200 mm Diesel Oil (DO) and Gas Oil (GO) are bunkered directly to two DO storage tanks and a inert gas generator GO tank located in the engine room. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Diesel Oil Transfer Pump Maker : No. 1. Procedure for the Transfer of Diesel Oil a) Ensure there is sufficient DO in the DO storage tank and that the generator engine DO service tank has sufficient space to take the fuel. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Waste Oil Transfer Pump Maker : No. The gas oil in the IGG gas oil tank can be shifted to the DO service tanks as required by the DO transfer pump. Overflow from the generator engine DO service tank is backed to the starboard DO storage tank through overflow pipe fitted at the tank internal. The self-closing cock drains are collected into the separated bilge oil tank and pumped to the waste oil settling tank by the waste oil transfer pump to burn in the incinerator. 18. Ltd. Set up the valves as follows : Position Open Open Open Open Open Description IGG gas oil tank suction valve Isolating valve in line DO transfer pump suction valve DO transfer pump discharge valve Selected service tank filling valve Valve 221VPL 222VPL 224VPL 225VPL Controls The DO transfer pump is stopped automatically at the high level of generator engine DO service tank or IGG gas oil tank when the control selector switch for the automatic stop detector has been set to ON on the ICAS. GO service tank L A L (from tank bottom) Incinerator DO serv. When the required quantity has been transferred. vertical 50m3/h at 0. Overflow from the DO storage tanks and the IGG gas oil tank is led to the FO overflow tank connected with the overflow line from the FO tanks. For automatic stop operation. The procedure for transferring gas oil is the same as the procedure for transferring diesel oil except for the valves. 5. Each tank is also fitted with a self-closing test cock to test for the presence of water and to drain any water present. The pump can be stopped from the fire control station in the event of fire in engine room. Start the DO transfer pump locally and check that diesel oil is being pumped to the selected DO service tank. Alternatively the pump can be allowed to stop automatically when the generator engine service tank level switch is activated. GO is used by the inert gas generator. The valves must be reset locally after being tripped.6.200 rpm Taiko Kikai Industries. 1. and for starting the boilers from cold and starting the waste oil incinerator. Ensure that the DO transfer pump suction filter is clean. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Taiko Kikai Industries. horizontal 10m3/h at 0.

TK LAH 721 LAL 721 LM 721 PUMP STOP NO.TK 228VPL EMERG.PUMP ASS 607 RM 607 SA 607 RO 607 ES FIRE 200 65 65 LAH 725 208VPL 100 206VPL 207VPL FS 50 TO F.O.TK D. TKS 125 234VPL 222VPL .TRANS.2 G/E D.DRAIN TK F.PUMP 224VPL AS 611 RM 611 SA 611 RO 611 FIRE 25 C ES 200 100 H.TK 100 100 100 FS 65 50 100 65 FS LAL 729 FS 50 50 50 100 65 50 227VPL 226VPL 241VPL 242VPL 243VPL 50 244VPL PUMP STOP NO.6.O.O.O.O. D.O.TK (P) PUMP STOP IGG GAS OIL TK 611 LAH 722 LAL 722 LM 722 FS 611 611 FS LM 715 LAH 715 FS LI LI LI LI LAH 718 LM 718 LI 50 E 233VPL E 125 125 232VPL 231VPL 223VPL E 221VPL 125 65 F.3.O.TK (S) LM 715 LAH 715 D.STOR.3a Diesel Oil and Gas Oil Transfer System 100 100 100 100 100 100 230VPL LAH 723 LAL 724 INCINERATOR D.F.O.O.TRANS.G.O.STOR.ENG.O.GEN.O. SERV.OVERFLOW TK 125 FROM F.SERV.SERV.1 G/E D.O.TKS OVERFLOW 65 200 50 TO F. GENERATOR FS 252VPL C 203VPL P 211VPL D.TKS 65 65 65 125 65 50 65 65 215VPL 225VPL 40 65 25 200 XA 886 OVERFLOW 150 TO MAIN BOILER P 65 TO I.

This will allow boosting fire on fuel oil. 15kW. to the ON position. a) b) c) d) Check the quantity of DO in the DO service tank and replenish if necessary. Set the manually operated valves in the fuel oil pump rooms as in the following table. or dual fuel firing. Manufacturer’s instructions regarding the procedure for raising steam from cold must be followed precisely. When the steam is available. the excess FO being returned to the FO degassing chamber and hence back into the pump suction. which a valve 045/145VPL with an orifice. the pump takes suction DO from the generator engine DO service tank and discharges to the boiler FO supply system. A pneumatically operated flow meter bypass valve 006/106VPL will open in case of low oil level in degassing chamber.. Remote stop of those fuel oil pumps and shut-off of quick closing suction valves on tanks is made from the fire control station.5MPa. When the boiler has raised steam to sufficient pressure using DO. A non-return valve 071/072VPL is fitted on the DO service tank run-down line to avoid back flow of HFO to the DO service tank from the FO settling tank. It is assumed that the boiler has been shut down with DO circulating in the fuel lines to prevent the fuel lines becoming blocked with cold heavy fuel oil. Description Valve 065/066/165/166VPL FO return valves on FO settling tank 041/141VPL FO flow control inlet valve 042/142VPL FO flow control outlet valve 043/143VPL FO flow control valve bypass valve 021/031VPB Atomizing steam valves 025/035VPB GS air valve to the fuel atomizing system 232/233VPL Generator engine DO service tank suction valve Boiler Fuel Oil Service Heater Maker : Kajiwara Iron Works CO. boiler operation using HFO. Operation of the burner control system is described in section ”main Boiler Operation”. heating steam will be available for tank heating. e) Set the manually operated valves in the engine room as in the following table. The Boiler Fuel Oil Supply System provides fuel oil at suitable pressure and temperature to the burners throughout the operating range of the boilers. coil tube. There are two steam valves of different size working in a split range configuration. Procedure for Preparing Cold Start Operation The description assumes that the boiler is being flashed up from cold and that fuel is being taken from the generator engine DO service tank. of sets : 4 sets Type : Steam heating. For cold starting. HFO is taken from the operating HFO settling tank and flows to the boiler FO burning pump suction via a primary duplex filter and flow meter for each boiler system. . The pumps operate at a constant pressure discharge using a recirculating valve 025/125VPL to maintain this. minimum pressure maintaining valve 232B and flow meter 370B which are controlled by the automatic combustion control system. Heavy fuel oil in the settling tank must be heated to the correct temperature to allow for pumping. No. Ensure that there is general service compressed air available for atomizing the burner. Ensure that all instrument and control valves are open and that instruments are reading correctly. 4 sets Screw. When operating boilers on gas.2 WARNING When using diesel oil as the fuel. 1.6.3. should the gas supply fail. The pumps can be operated locally or from the ICAS system operator station. horizontal Capacity : 5m3/h Rating : 55℃ to 150℃ The Boiler Fuel System is designed to allow cold starting up using DO. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Taiko Kikai Industries.Ltd. trace heating and for the boiler FO heaters. The temperature or viscosity control is selected by setting the control mode switch on the ICAS. Warm HFO is then circulated through the fuel lines and the heaters and the temperature is gradually raised to 115°C.800 rpm The heated HFO is delivered to the boiler FO header. A FO recirculating line is also provided at the end of each boiler fuel header to allow for warming through of the fuel system whenever the fuel oil burners are not fired. Ltd. only compressed air must be used for atomizing. Position Closed Open Open Closed Closed Open Open f) g) Turn the fuel oil temperature bypass switch for diesel oil.3. the fuel oil system remains in operation.74MPa 440V. horizontal 5m3/h at 2. Start the FO burning pump. There is FO return line from the pipe rail of each boiler FO supply to the degassing chamber. This return line allows proper control of the viscosity meter when the FO flow amount is extremely small. and gas only firing with HFO as stand-by. Ensure that there is control air available at all control valves. on the boiler gauge board. FO heaters and associated control and piping system. Each boiler has a completely independent fuel oil system which comprises of duplicate FO burning pumps. The boiler FO burning pumps force the HFO through one of the two steam heated FO heaters and a secondary hot duplex discharge filter. A stop valve 014/114VPL and a spectacle blank are provided at the lowest point of the fuel supply line for draining to the FO drain tank in the event that removal of pipe works is required. the HFO is heated in the settling tank and steam is supplied to the heaters. Each boiler has supply header and its own oil flow regulating valve 220B. A viscometer located after the secondary filter regulates the steam supply to the FO heaters in order to maintain the desired HFO viscosity of 15 cSt or 115℃approximately through the ICAS. Description HFO supply isolating valve DO supply isolating valve Flow meter inlet/outlet valves Flow meter bypass valve FO burning pump suction valve FO burning pump discharge valve Pressure control valve inlet/outlet valves Pressure control valve bypass valve Boiler FO heater inlet valve Boiler FO heater outlet valve Viscometer inlet/outlet valves Viscometer bypass valve Valve 005/105VPL 071/072VPL 007/008/107/108VPL 006/106VPL 011/012/111/112VPL 021/022/121/122VPL 024/026/124/126VPL 027/127VPL 028/029/128/129VPL 031/032/131/132VPL 034/035/134/135VPL 037/137VPL Position Closed Open Open Close Open Open Open Closed Open Open Open Closed h) i) j) Set the preliminary FO pressure to about 1. The boiler FO burning pumps take suction from the FO degassing chamber. 4. There are two boiler FO burning pumps which are on a duty / standby selection.4 Boiler Fuel Oil Service System Fuel Oil Burning Pump Maker : No.

This is better done whilst the boilers are still being fired as then it is a simple case of burning off all the HFO in the lines and replacing it with DO. The boiler may be fired up on HFO.1 HFO settling tank.5MPa. it is necessary to change the boiler fuel oil system over from HFO operation to DO operation. PT PS TR TS TR TR VS VS DPS DPS h) BLR FO header temp. FO heater outlet temp. large quantities of diesel oil will be pumped to the HFO settling tank. change over to HFO once the DO has been recirculating. h) b) c) d) e) f) Only leave the boiler FO burning pump operating long enough to displace all the HFO from the system to the HFO settling tank.1 HFO settling tank high suction valve Return valve to No. Open the supply valve 071/072VPL from the DO service tank and close the HFO supply valve 005/105VPL. stop the pump and start the other pump. a) Ensure that there is sufficient diesel oil in the DO service tank for the operation of the diesel generator engine and the boiler. Open the DO service tank quick-closing valve suction valve 232/233VPL. The change to atomizing steam can be made when only HFO is observed to have reached the burners. Description No. The procedure for changing essentially means removing all the HFO from the pipework and replacing it with DO. Ensure that the FO settling tank temperature has been reached more than 30℃. stop the boiler. Stop the pump when all the HFO has been displaced to the HFO settling tank. i) c) d) Slowly open the boiler system DO supply valve 071/072VPL and immediately close the HFO supply valve 005/105VPL. A reasonable guide to this is when the return pipe to the HFO settling tank fall in temperature. i) FO heater outlet viscosity Changing the Boiler Fuel Oil from HFO to DO In the event of the vessel being in port for a prolonged period with the steam system shut down. Change the atomizing system from steam to air by closing valves 021 / 031VPB and opening valves 025 / 035VPB. if it is not already open. the fuel system may be purged of HFO by pumping DO in and forcing the HFO out. If the pump is left running for a prolonged period. When the FO temperature reaches about 110℃ (more than alarm level of 105℃). Change the system valves as in the following table. supply heating steam to FO heater and increase the DO temperature to about 70℃ gradually at the burner rail and supply trace heating steam for the pipeline.6.1 MPa TA L ESD TA H TA L H L 90 ℃ 80 ℃ 150 ℃ 105 ℃ 25 cSt 10 cSt Procedure for Changing from HFO to DO after the Boilers have been Shut Down If a boiler has been shut down. The DO will displace the HFO which will flow to the in use HFO settling tank. Re-start the boiler.3. j) Controls The FO burning pumps will be automatically changed over by low pump discharge pressure (800kPa). Close all system valves and shut off all power to the pumps etc. b) c) d) Secondary FO strainer Primary FO strainer DPAH 200 kPa DPAH 100 kPa e) g) . Allow the second pump to operate and pump DO into the system. If necessary replenish the DO service tank. When the HFO has been completely replaced by the DO. Shut off the trace heating and steam supply to the FO heaters and turn off the viscometer. set the FO temperature by-pass switch to “NORMAL” and the preliminary FO pressure to about 2.15 MPa ESD 0.4 Boiler Fuel Oil Service System Procedure for Changeover of Fuel Oils The description assumes that the HFO will be taken from No. Change the atomizing fluid to steam from air. Gradually shut off steam to the HFO heaters and the trace heating lines. Steam should still be available for trace heating and the FO heaters so that the HFO viscosity is low enough to allow for pumping. Atomizing air must be used initially in order to ensure that all the diesel oil has been burned. This is to ensure that all the fuel oil pipes contain DO which can be readily pumped.1 HFO settling tank HFO supply isolating valve DO supply isolating valve Valve 001VPL 065/165VPL 005VPL 071VPL Procedure for Changing from HFO to DO whist the Boilers are still Operating a) Ensure that there is sufficient diesel oil in the DO service tank for the operation of the diesel generator engine and the boiler. The flow meter by-pass valve (006/106VPL) is automatically opened by the low level of degassing chamber due to the clogging of flow meter. All burners should also be operated to ensure that there is DO in all burner lines. g) Alarms Sensor Tag No. If necessary replenish the DO service tank. Open the DO service tank quick-closing valve 232/233VPL. Select FO heater control “Temperature mode”. Heavy fuel oil in the boiler burner supply system will gradually be used whilst firing the boilers and this will be replaced by diesel oil. 506 468 513 470 873 873 874 874 881 882 Function BLR FO header pressure Set point PAL 0. The FO heater control will be changed to “Viscosity mode” when the viscosity is stabilized at about 15cSt. but for emergency reasons a change whilst out of service might be required. Ideally the change to DO should be made when a boiler is still operating. Position Open Open Open Close e) f) g) Set the FO temperature to about 115℃. Keep a check on the system temperatures to ensure that the temperature does not fall too quickly whilst there is still HFO in the pipelines. the burners may be shut down when the boilers are not required. a) b) When the desired boiler pressure has been achieved burning diesel oil. When the running pump and the inlet and outlet lines are completely filled with DO. Most valves will remain in the same position as given in the procedure for raising steam from cold and so only the valve changes are listed.

TK NO.OVERFLOW TK 50 50 PUMP CHANGE OVER 65 DPAH 882 P 80 . SERV. SERV.6.O.O.TK W.O.O.STM 40 026VPL 025VPL 024VPL 40 40 031VPL 027VPL 80 50 P E DPAH 881 P E NO.STM ATOMIZ. D.PUMP P PM 506 ESD 468 TO D.DETECT.ENG.SETT.1 Boiler Fuel Oil Service System 65 65 65 40 066VPL 065VPL NO.METER 034VPL 65 50 008VPL T 007VPL FS 65 AOS 884 223B 225B T OIS 423 OIO 423 50 043VPL T 037VPL PURGE STM 50 50 NO.2 GEN.O.O.1 BLR F.2 F.4a No.TK NO.2 BOILER FO SYSTEM TM PMS FM 883 65 ICAS OIS 424 OIO 424 P E 25 E TAL 513 TM 513 E ESD 470 TS FROM ACC TO ACC 045VPL 189B 221B OIS 423 OIO 423 421 TM 873 TIC 872 VIC 874 VM 874 VAH 874 VAL 874 E F.F.2 BLR F.1 GEN.1 MAIN BLR C NO.BURN.O.PUMP NO.1 BURNER 65 50 50 011VPL 032VPL AC 606 RO 606 RM 606 SA 606 FIRE ES 65 012VPL TO F.SETT.2 F.O.HTR 028VPL FS LAL 884 006VPL 411 FROM ACC ATOMIZ.HEADER 223B 225B PURGE STM 50 222B 042VPL 220B FS 50 035VPL 041VPL VISCO.O.O.TK W.TRANS.TK NO. XA LOW SULPHER F.ENG.DETECT.O.1 C TO ACC 411 E P 010VPL P 606 PS PS E 021VPL 022VPL 50 TO F. XA (HIGH) (HIGH) (LOW) 233VPL 232VPL 101VPL 204VPL (LOW) 001VPL 002VPL 102VPL 80 25 65 65 100 150 105VPL 072VPL 100 150 103VPL 003VPL 100 100 80 25 205VPL 005VPL PAL 506 G 65 TO H.3.1 F.DRAIN TK NO.O.HTR 029VPL 65 50 65 50 014VPL NO.TRANS.O.2 BURNER NO. D.PUMP ESD 461 RO 462 OIS 422 OIO 422 65 144VPB 40 071VPL TO ACC E 232B TAL 873 TAH 873 421 370B STM 145VPB TO NO.

O.TK NO.SETT.DRAIN TK C NO. D.O.1 F.DETECT.F. XA LOW SULPHER F.STM ATOMIZ.OVERFLOW TK 50 50 PUMP CHANGE OVER 65 ICAS 80 .O.HTR 129VPL 65 50 65 50 114VPL 65 50 50 132VPL 111VPL AC 606 RO 606 RM 606 SA 606 FIRE ES 65 112VPL TO F.O.PUMP 005VPL TO D.2 BURNER NO.4 F.SETT.1 BOILER FO SYSTEM 25 OIS 423 OIO 423 189B T 222B FROM ACC TO ACC 145VPL 221B 421 TM 878 VIC 879 VM 879 VAH 879 VAL 879 151VPB FM 883 F.2 MAIN BLR 233VPL 232VPL 102VPL 100 105VPL 072VPL 100 150 103VPL 150 003VPL 100 100 BURNER NO.O.ENG. SERV.2 GEN.ENG.TRANS.O.O.3 C TO ACC 411 E 606 P 110VPL P PS PS E 121VPL 122VPL 50 TO F. SERV.STM E 232B TAL 878 TAH 878 421 STM TM PMS TIC 877 PURGE STM OIS 423 OIO 423 225B 223B PURGE STM 225B 223B P E P E TO NO.3 BLR F.PUMP 65 150VPB 40 65 DPAH 882 071VPL ATOMIZ.O.4b No.1 25 65 65 80 80 25 205VPL 65 TO H.TK W.1 GEN.3.BURN. XA (HIGH) (HIGH) (LOW) 101VPL 204VPL (LOW) 001VPL 002VPL NO.TRANS.PUMP NO.DETECT.O.TK W.O.2 F.HEADER OIS 424 OIO 424 TM 513 50 142VPL 220B 370B FS 50 135VPL 141VPL VISCO.HTR 128VPL FS LAL 884 106VPL 411 FROM ACC TO ACC G ESD 461 40 126VPL 125VPL 124VPL 40 P PM 506 PAL 506 ESD 468 40 131VPL 127VPL 50 P E DPAH 80 881 P E NO.O.O.TK NO.4 BLR F.METER 134VPL 65 50 108VPL T 107VPL FS 65 AOS 884 TS E ESD 470 OIO 422 OIS 422 RO 462 50 143VPL T 137VPL E 50 50 TAL 513 NO.O.6.TK NO. D.2 Boiler Fuel Oil Service System 65 65 65 166VPL 165VPL 40 NO.

) Observe all company regulations regarding operation of the boilers when using boil-off gas. see the Cargo Manual.0 kPa PT PT 507 507 (Temperature) TS 481 Common line E S D 5 ℃ (Master gas v/v trip) TAL 15 ℃ TR 514 Burner gas header (Gas leak detect) Gas 479 detector G1206 BOG pipe hood E S D 6 0 % (Master gas v/v trip) H 3 0 % Boiler Gas Valve Trip The boiler gas valves 211B are automatically closed by following conditions : • Gas header high pressure • Gas header low pressure • Master gas valve VG900 trip 75kPa 0. the extraction fan above the gas room must be operating. If the Dump mode is engaged for tank pressure control. This has a set point which will control the IGV opening to attempt to keep the desired opening of gas control valve. Once set up. (Note: The master gas valve will trip if both gas hood fans stop. Ensure that the gas is available and check that the gas supply system is operational. . the following conditions must be applied : • Main turbine must be in FULL AWAY condition. Gas header purge Gas header purge is performed automatically by shut-off of the boiler gas valve 211B. the compressor can be started from the MCR or CCR ICAS screen if the command is transferred to the engine room. the burner gas valve of firing burner will be opened and purged to furnace. at which point operation of the FG compressor will be transferred back to the first controller. the gas header N2 purge will be performed. The BOG is generated by the following three different methods. It will maintain control of the FG compressor until the tank pressure returns to 109kPa. When the boiler gas valve is closed and no burners are firing. At 107kPa it will also provide a fuel oil back-up signal in the fuel oil burners if the boiler was running on gas only.3. gas firing is tripped. 1) Burner purge The burner purge is performed automatically by shut-off of the gas burner. 507 487 488 Function Common line Burner gas header (Differential pressure between gas header and furnace) Burner gas header PAH Set point 150 kPa ESDH 75 kPa ESDH 0. If the gas header pressure is sufficiently high. • The steam dump system must be on AUTOMATIC. in order to increase the boiler load and control the position of the dump valve to maintain the tank pressure. Alarms Sensor (Pressure) PT DPT Tag No. It will then reduce the opening of the IGV to minimum. The second controller is for tank pressure protection and is set between 107 and 109kPa absolute. • Dual fuel mode is available. matching the first controller. bypassing the compressor. In case FO burners are firing. the gas will flow freely.7 kPa (BLR gas v/v trip PA H PA L 70 kPa 1. • Request from the gas engineer to go on boil-off gas burning. For burners to be on fuel gas only.7kPa Nitrogen Purge The fuel gas supply line will be automatically purged by nitrogen when the fuel gas supply is shut down. the burner N2 purge will be performed. that would have to be instigated manually. where all fittings for BOG handling in the engine room are located. 2) Controls There are two controllers used to control the FG compressor. The burning mode will not change back to gas firing at this point. When the burner gas valve is closed and there is at least one flame in furnace. the excess gas dump control will open the dump valve when the tank pressure rises above the set pressure. Continuous running of one vent duct exhaust fan is required when the boilers are burning gas. Gas from the tanks has to be compressed and heated before being supplied to the boiler burner system. One is used to control the inlet guide vanes (IGV). In the event of both vent duct exhaust fans stop. A boiler gas hood is provided at the engine room entrance of BOG. The air between inner pipe and outer pipe of the double wall pipes is being extracted by one of two vent duct exhaust fans and is exhausted to the cargo area. Gas detecting units are fitted at the boiler gas hood so as to monitor presence of methane in the hood. The cargo machinery room is set up by the gas engineer. • Natural boil-off during laden and ballast voyage • Spraying during cargo tank cool down during ballast voyages • Forcing boil-off using a forcing vaporizer in conjunction with either of the above two methods Boil off gas is supplied by a single wall pipe between the cargo machinery room and engine room bulkhead and by double wall pipes between the engine room bulkhead and the boilers. If the tank pressure falls to 107kPa the second controller takes control of the FG compressor in a bumpless transfer.6. Before burning the gas.5 Boiler Fuel Gas Service System The boil-off gas (BOG) supply system to the engine room is shown on the ICAS Cargo Boil-Off graphic screens. Two low duty fuel gas (FG) compressors and a low duty FG heater are provided for this purpose.

FAN RO 657 RO 657 ES FIRE RM 657 SA 657 ESD 480 214B 214B ENGINE ROOM P PM 507 FOR ACC PAH 507 G P PAH 507 150 T GAS HEADER TAL 514 TM 514 PM 507 50 OIO 454 50 25 PAL 507 150 213B 436B FS OIO 442 FOR ACC OIO 443 OIO 439 350 15 150 217B 15 216B P 25 212B 214B 214B 15 FROM ACC FM N2 BUFFER TK 15 207B 208B 15 211B 250 250 RO 437 OIO 437 OIS 437 ESD 437 P H/H ESD 487 P L/L ESD 488 MASTER N2 PURGE V. FURNACE NO.MONITOR XAH G1026 ESD 479 XM 30% LEL ALARM 60% LEL GAS TRIP 436B FS 15 213B OIO 454 XM 042VUN 046VUN 250 250 041VUN 213B NO.2 200 044VUN FOR ACC T L/L T ESD 481 OIO 444 OIO 439 OIO 454 200 045VUN 25 TO CARGO AREA 250 15 15 150 217B NO.2 BURNER NO.1 BURNER 182VUN NO.5a Boiler Fuel Gas Service System FROM ACC P H/H P L/L RO 437 OIO 437 OIS 437 ESD 437 ESD 487 ESD 488 BOG PIPE HOOD 250 208B 207B OIO 443 NO.1 200 043VUN TS 50 218B 216B AC 657 VENT DUCT EXH.1 MAIN BOILER MASTER GAS V. VG900 FROM CARGO MACHINERY RM TO VENT POST .1 BURNER 15 150 217B 216B GAS HEADER 214B 214B 50 TAL 514 TM 514 15 213B G 15 OIO 454 T P PAH 507 PAL 507 PM 507 150 25 150 OIO 444 218B FOR ACC OIO 439 50 214B 214B 150 15 217B 216B GAS DETECT.2 MAIN BOILER FURNACE 250 211B OIO 442 15 212B OIO 439 NO.3.2 BURNER NO.6.

Alarms Sensor TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR Tag No. • • • • Vapor header low pressure FG heater trip Both FG compressors stop Main turbine telegraph in maneuvering zone 5kPaG d) . The forcing vaporizer provides fuel gas in excess of the natural boil-off gas generated during normal operation. The shaft penetration part at bulkhead plate between cargo machinery room and motor room is sealed with LO which is supplied by main or auxiliary LO pump. The heating steam is supplied from the ship service external desuperheater in the engine room. One high speed pinion shaft is connected to the compressor impeller and the other drive shaft is coupled with the electric motor via a flexible coupling. G612 G632 G712 G715 G715 G702 G705 G705 Function Set point 100 ℃ 90 ℃ 100 ℃ 85 ℃ -20 ℃ 100 ℃ 85 ℃ -20 ℃ FG compressor discharge E S D temperature TA H FG heater outlet temperature ESD TA H TA L ESD TA H TA H Forcing vaporizer outlet temperature b) A mist separator of stainless steel is fitted to the gas suction common line of the FG compressors to prevent carry-over of LNG droplets to the FG compressors Controls Master Gas Valve 1) Master Gas Valve Trip The master gas valve VG900 is automatically closed by following condition : • • • • • Gas temperature low Both boilers trip Both vent duct exhaust fans trip Both boiler gas valves trip Detection of gas leak 5℃ c) d) FG Heater a) The FG heater is of the horizontal shell and U-tube direct steam heated type. Condensate from the heater is returned to the atmospheric drain tank in the engine room via gas heater drain cooler and the gas vent drain tank installed in the cargo machinery room. 60% LEL Following operations will be executed by the trip of master gas valve. one is for LNG flow control VS955.3.6.0MPa / 200℃. having a design capacity when supplied with steam of 1. The heater is provided with its own steam condensate drain pot and a steam trap. • Two fuel gas (FG)compressors • One FG gas heater • One forcing vaporizer The pipe lines from vapor return system are cross-connected with fuel gas system for emergency operation. The heater is provided with two temperature control valves VG935 / VG936.6 Boil Off Gas System in Cargo Machinery Room The following equipments are provided in the cargo machinery room to enable the gas to be supplied to the main boilers. The vaporizer is of a stainless steel. involute helical gear type. c) FG Compressors a) Each FG compressor is an electrical motor driven single-stage centrifugal type with axial suction and tangentially mounted discharge nozzle. The shaft sealing system is provided to prevent gas leakage at the penetration part of rotor shaft from casing. The forcing vaporizer is provided with two kinds of control valves. with a design capacity when supplied with steam of 1. The compressor gearbox is a two-shaft. the other is for temperature control VS956 by spraying. b) 2) c) Boiler FO Back-up The boiler FO back-up (Gas to Dual) will be performed by following condition. b) Forcing Vaporizer a) The forcing vaporizer is provided to vaporize LNG supplied from the spray pump system. horizontal shell and U-tube direct steam heated type. Nitrogen is supplied to the shaft sealing system as a sealing medium. • Boiler FO boost-up (Gas to FO) • FG compressors stop Master Nitrogen Purge The master N2 purge is performed automatically by the master gas valve VG900 is closed. VG935 controls the main gas flow and VG936 controls the by-pass gas flow.0MPa / 200℃.

1 L/D GAS COMP.C.3 CARGO TK HOT VAPOUR RETURN VAPOUR RETURN CARGO MACHINERY ROOM BOG SUC.V.V.6a Boil Off Gas System in Cargo Machinery Room FROM LNG SPRAY LINE TO NO.C. DIAS G733 PM G737 FM FORCING VAPORIZER 40 P 50 G734 250 P G606 I/P IAS G606 PM VG952 T M 700 VS955 F. VS956 500 P 700 G703 PM ESD G702 G705 TM G705 TAH G705 TAL T G622 PM P G621 P PM G623 PAL G615 ESD VG917 FS VG941 SURGE CONT.3. P 15 250 178VUN VG935 G714 PM 300 VG934 OI G605 125 G610 RO G610 OIO G610 OIS 15 VG933 175VUN 174VUN P 25 171VUN VN880 FROM N2 LINE 15 15 . 250 VG942 T G632 TAH G632 TM ESD G612 G631 TM T G601 300 OI RO 300 RM RO ESDS G601 G1411 VG994 GEAR NO. MOTOR ROOM 25 RO OI VG902 15 G746 LAH T VG996 250 VL950 VG951 250 RO OI 300 T G735 TM G735 TAL G735 TAH G736 TIC MIST SEPARATOR FC 32 G734 550 FROM H/D GAS COMP. 250 G706 TIC DIAS VG904 250 300 OI G605 P 500 VG900 TO E/R G704 PM 300 WARM UP GAS HTR 125 G610 RO G610 OIO G610 OIS VG916 VG943 OI VG915 300 ESD 436 OIO 441 VG903 250 VG932 T G632 TAH G632 TM ESD G612 G631 TM T G601 300 VG914 15 G606 I/P IAS RO G606 RM RO 436 RO ESDS G601 G1411 OIO 436 OIS 436 VG993 P 300 G713 PM ESD G712 G715 TM G715 TAH G715 TAL GEAR NO. M M T.2 L/D GAS COMP. T 182VUN VG937 M 150 G716 250 TIC DIAS G622 PM P G621 P PM G623 PAL G615 ESD FS VG931 FUEL GAS HTR VG936 SURGE CONT.6.

one is for main burner and the other is for pilot burner. A stop valve 706/716VPL with a spectacle blank is provided at the lowest of the D/G fuel supply header for draining to the FO overflow tank in the event that removal of pipe works is required.6. The DO for incinerator is supplied from incinerator DO service tank to pilot burner via pilot burner pump. The fuel oil for inert gas generator is supplied from IGG gas oil tank via IGG FO pumps. Function D/G inlet filter differential pressure Set point D PA H 90 kPa IGG main burner DO P A L pressure 100 kPa . and the DO may also be supplied to waste oil burner via isolating valve 364VPL for assisting the burning of waste oil. • Auxiliary diesel generator engines • Emergency diesel generator engine • Incinerator • Inert gas generator DO for service is passed bunkered DO from DO storage tanks to DO service tanks by DO transfer pump. The fuel oil for emergency generator engine is supplied from the emergency generator engine DO service tank via a duplex strainer.3. DPS G822 Alarms Sensor DPS Tag No. The fuel oil for each engine is supplied from designated generator engine DO service tank via a duplex filter and a flow meter. The fuel oil system for each auxiliary generator engine is completely separated. DO and gas oil tanks quick closing suction valves are closed from the fire control station.7 Diesel Oil and Gas Oil Service System The diesel oil or gas oil is supplied for following machinery.

PUMP F.DIESEL ENG.1 362VPL 361VPL 221VPL 401VPL 363VPL 25 EMERG.O.PUMP S P PS S 15 INJECT.TK 366VPL NO. 733VPL 723VPL DP 713VPL 40 40 DP 702VPL 703VPL 40 40 716VPL T P F.ENG. 711VPL 081VPL NO. SERV.O.OVERFLOW TK TO F.2 GEN. SERV.AIR 15 25 50 TO D.O.1 GEN.PUMP 731VPL FS 40 712VPL FS 40 40 40 721VPL 706VPL F.O.TRANS.GEN. PUMP UNIT 25 M 25 P 25 P PAL PM G822 G822 SCRUBBER UNIT 25 F.2 AUX.ENG.TK 25 25 25 NO.SERVICETK 25 25 WASTE OIL SETT.DIESEL ENG.O.TK INCINERATOR D.ENG. 50 G.ENG.O.TK NO. GAS OIL TK EMERG. D.O.G.3. SERV.1 AUX.PUMP DP DPAH 714VPL 704VPL DP DPAH T P 25 TO F.S.GEN. D.6.O.G.PUMP 364VPL S S P P LS PS 25 S S P S S T TS MAIN 15 P 15 BURNER 402VPL 25 TS 915 XA S S PILOT INCINERATOR 25 NO.OVERFLOW TK 25 25 .2 365VPL NO. D.O.O.7a Diesel Oil and Gas Oil Service System I.O.

One of these pumps will be selected as the duty pump and the other pump as the standby to cut in automatically should the duty pump fail to maintain the lubricating oil supply pressure. d) Set up valves as in the following table : Position Open Open Operational Open Open Operational Closed Closed Open Open Open Closed Operational Open Open Open Open Open Open Close Open Open Open e) Description Valve 003VPK No. the duty electrical auxiliary LO pump will automatically start to maintain the pressure.3 intermediate bearing inlet valve (Locked) When stationary. At the ICAS screen select the second pump as the standby pump by selecting AUTO mode for that pump. a three-way temperature valve 001VPK regulating the flow of oil through the LO coolers in order to maintain the inlet temperature of 40 to 45°C to the bearings. c) Ensure all pressure gauge and instrumentation valves are open and that instruments are reading correctly.1 intermediate bearing inlet valve (Locked) 022VPK No. 37kW. The pumps may be arranged for automatic start. 1 set Gear. (Note : If the oil temperature of the oil is lower than 30℃.294MPa) back to the main LO sump tank.1) It is assumed that the turbine is stopped but is being prepared for starting. This allows the gravity tank to provide an emergency lubricating oil supply to the oil supply system in the event of complete failure of the pumping system. This is dependent on the main LO system and is discussed in section 4.4.2 intermediate bearing inlet valve (Locked) 023VPK No. the main turbines and gearbox are supplied with lubricating oil from the main LO sump tank by one of two motor driven auxiliary LO pumps. There are two plate type LO coolers which are cooled by fresh water from the central cooling system. Clean all the filters. Select both auxiliary LO pumps for REMOTE operation at the local control selector. Also put the LO purifier in use as soon as possible. A dehumidifier is connected to the gearbox and removes moisture from the gearbox atmosphere and hence from the lubricating oil system. a pressure switch is activated and the ICAS stops the duty electrical LO pump. One of these pumps will be selected as the duty pump and the other pump as standby to cut in automatically should the duty pump fail to maintain the control oil supply pressure (0. which will rise the LO temperature. stop and changeover. At the ICAS screen for the turbine LO system start one of the pumps as the duty pump by selecting MANUAL mode for that pump and then start the pump. The main LO circulation system supplies LO to the system via the LO coolers. When running. returning to the sump tank. An emergency start facility is provided in the event of blackout. the lubricating oil is supplied to the system from the main LO pump.294MPa 440V.) . When the propeller slows and causes the LO pressure to fall below 95kPa.294MPa Auxiliary (Electric Motor Driven) Lubricating Oil Pump Maker : No.1 “Central Fresh Water Cooling System”) An auto-backwash main filter is fitted. Drain from the auto-backwash filter is backed to the LO sump tank through a sludge collector.1 Main Turbine Lubricating Oil System Procedure for Operating the System The supply to the gravity tank is via a needle valve 014VPK to ensure a continuous ‘top up’ supply to the tank. A pressure control valve regulates the LO pressure by recirculating excess oil (pressure 0. A control oil system is provided at the turbine. the power being taken from the emergency switchboard. which has a capacity up to the full rating of the main pump. The dehumidifier is air reactivated by heating dry air passing over the desiccant dryer.3. The main LO circulation system also includes the intermediate shaft bearings. (See 3. The content of the tank ensures a rundown time of approximate 20 minutes. 3.2. There are two shell and tube LO coolers which are cooled by sea water from the SW circulating system. The main outlet line from the gravity tank is protected by a quick-closing valve 015VPK which will be operated from the fire control station. It is supplied by two control oil pumps. The tank overflows continuously to the main LO sump tank through an observation sight glass. 2 sets Centrifugal. When the main LO pump is producing sufficient pressure (LO pressure above 110kPa). vertical driven by main turbine 150m3/h at 0. submerged 150m3/h at 0. which is driven by the HP gearbox pinion.7.9Mpa). of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Teikoku Machinery Works. . Main (Direct Driven) Lubricating Oil Pump Maker : No. (see section 3. steam heating must be applied whilst the oil is circulating in order to raise the temperature to an acceptable level.1 auxiliary LO pump discharge valve 005VPK No. of sets : Type : Capacity : Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. A LO gravity tank forms part of the lubricating oil system and this receives a supply of lubricating oil whenever a pump is running.2 ”Main Turbine Operation”. a) Check the level of oil in the main LO sump and replenish if necessary. This filter is automatic in operation and is fitted with a bypass filter for use in emergencies. The capacity of the LO gravity tank is sufficient to provide adequate lubrication for the longest possible rundown time of the machinery after blackout. Ltd. A coalescing water extraction filter is fitted on 5% by-pass system after the main filter. vertical. The emergency outlet is via a larger bore non-return valve 012VPK.600 rpm b) Ensure that fresh water is circulating through the LO coolers.5.2 auxiliary LO pump discharge valve Pressure regulating valve 016VPK Automatic back wash filter inlet valve 018VPK Automatic back wash filter outlet valve Automatic back wash filter solenoid drain valve 017VPK Bypass filter inlet valve (normally closed) 019VPK Bypass filter outlet valve (normally closed) 006 or 007VPK LO cooler LO inlet valve 008 or 009VPK LO cooler LO outlet valve LO coolers vent valves (normally closed) LO coolers drain valves (normally closed) 001VPK Three-way temperature control valve 081 or 085VPK Line vent valve (normally opened) 034VPK Water extraction filter inlet valve 035VPK Water extraction filter outlet valve 013VPK Gravity tank filling inlet valve Gravity tank filling needle valve (normally opened) 014VPK Gravity tank quick closing valve (normally opened) 015VPK 062VPK Dehumidifier outlet valve 021VPK No. The emergency supply allows the turbine to be stopped and so helps to prevent damage due to lack of lubricant. The duty LO pump circulates lubricating oil around the gearbox system and turbine bearings.

The control oil pump in standby will start by low LO pressure (0.) In the event of a blackout. Selection for standby (AUTO) mode may be made provided that the pump is stopped. the running auxiliary LO pump will cut out. The auxiliary LO and control oil pumps may be started manually from the ICAS provided that they are set to REMOTE mode at the pump control selector switch. including the intermediate shaft bearings and that there are no leaks. Utilize LO flow sight glasses on all bearings and gravity tank. the ICAS remembers which pump was running at the time of the blackout. The original running pump is not stopped by the ICAS and must be stopped manually for investigation if it has not already tripped.3. keep switch on the dehumidifier and also keep open the dehumidifier outlet valve 062VPK. (Note : When the turbine is operating at full sea conditions the main LO pump will be supplying LO to the system and the running auxiliary LO pump will be stopped. This would be done at start-up of the system as one of the auxiliary LO pumps would be started and the other selected as the standby pump. Provided that the running pump prior to the blackout was selected in REMOTE the ICAS will start the previously running pump as part of the sequential restart system. LO pump is in operation (while at sea and in turning operation). is set to remote mode. Engage and start the turning gear. The auxiliary LO pump in standby will start by low LO pressure (70kPa). The second pump may be selected for standby (AUTO) mode when the duty pump is running.9MPa). When the main or aux.7. 108 068 108 069 108 893 Function M/T bearing LO inlet M/T control oil Set point PAL ESD PAL ESD 70 50 1. LO pump is out of operation.730 mm *1 : Resistance tape . TR TR TR *1 (Level) *1 FS 700 702 M/T LO sump tank (from normal level) LO gravity tank (from tank bottom) LAL -200 mm LAL 1. The conditions for automatic changeover between auxiliary and main pumps are as follows : Shaft revolution Auxiliary pump start : Below 64 rpm or Auxiliary pump stop : Above 68 rpm and LO pressure Below 95kPa Above 110kPa Sensor (Pressure) PT PS PT PS DPT DPT Tag No. keep switch off the dehumidifier and also keep close the dehumidifier outlet valve 062VPK. In the event of the running pump tripping or producing a low pressure. Should the pump fail to start within a preset time the standby pump will be started. The standby LO pump remains in standby mode. A manual start is not available for a pump set to standby and if for any reason the operator wishes to start the standby pump then the status of the pump must be changed from standby (AUTO) to MANUAL at the ICAS screen. provided that the second pump was selected in AUTO mode.5 kPa kPa MPa MPa Auto back-wash LO filter Main LO pump suction filter DPAH 20 kPa DPAH 20 kPa (Temperature) TR 121 M/T LO inlet TA H TA L TA H TA H TA H TA H TA H TA H TA H TA H TA H TA H TA H TA H TA L 54 ℃ 34 ℃ 80 ℃ 80 ℃ 70 ℃ 80 ℃ 80 ℃ 80 ℃ 70 ℃ 80 ℃ 60 ℃ 60 ℃ 60 ℃ 70 ℃ 20 ℃ TR TR TR TR TR TR TR TR 122~124 125 / 126 127 / 128 129 / 130 131~133 134 / 135 136 / 137 138 / 139 141 / 142 143 145~147 700 HP turbine bearing HP 1st pinion bearing HP 1st wheel bearing HP 2nd pinion bearing LP turbine bearing LP 1st pinion bearing LP 1st wheel bearing LP 2nd pinion bearing 2nd wheel Main thrust pad Intermediate shaft bearing M/T LO sump tank Controls The electrically driven auxiliary LO pumps and control oil pumps are arranged in a duty / standby configuration with one pump started as the duty pump via the ICAS screen and the other selected as the standby pump. the ICAS initiates an alarm and when the low-low pressure is reached the standby pump is started. is not tripped and provided that the other pump is running. and whether or not the second pump was selected as the standby pump. If both pumps are in MANUAL the ICAS cannot start the second pump in the event of a low-low pressure as AUTO mode is not selected for the second pump.1 Main Turbine Lubricating Oil System Alarms f) Close the gravity LO tank filling valve 013VPK when the overflow has been confirmed in the sight glass. When the turbine is in the at sea condition and the main LO pump takes over. When the main LO pump is operating the standby facility still applies and one of the auxiliary pumps may be selected as the standby pump.) (Note : When the main or aux. ensuring that the flow is adequate to all parts. h) Keep the LO system circulating and allow the temperature of the system to gradually increase to normal operating temperature.0 0. g) Check the flow of LO throughout the system. The auxiliary LO pump selected as the standby pump will remain in that condition and will cut in should the main LO pump fail to maintain the required LO pressure or the main shaft reduce to predetermined revolution. The standby pump will start if the duty pump stops or the LO pressure is low.

RM AIR LAL 702 FS 125 25 100 062VPK 014VPK 013VPK TO L.CLR T T 009VPK 007VPK 125 NO.GRAVITY TK ENG.O.O.C.O.OIL MIST BOX L.P.2 RM 601 SA 601 FIRE 350 1W NO.O.1 L.L.PUMP P T 008VPK C 150 TO L.PUMP P T T T 150 003VPK 002VPK THRUST BEARING 350 601 PUMP AUTO CHANGEOVER PS START/STOP ESD 068 TAH 147 TM 147 TAH 146 TM 146 TAH 145 TM 145 NO. STOR.V. 001VPK 25 125 TAL 121 TAH 121 TM 121 150 018VPK 016VPK S T 019VPK 033VPK 017VPK 25 25 25 G 80 80 80 80 80 LOCKED OPEN 023VPK LOCKED OPEN 022VPK LOCKED OPEN 021VPK TAH 700 LAL 700 LM 700 TAL 700 TM 700 P 65 081VPK 085VPK 150 80 P P P L. 65 125 TO L.O.TURB.SUMP TK 101VPK H. SLUDGE TK 15 FROM L.PURIF.7.O.O.O.O.1a Main Turbine Lubricating Oil System 65 150 FUNNEL 80 10 LUB. DPAH 893 NO.1 AC 601 ASS 601 RO 601 ES AUX. FILTER 125 034VPK 035VPK 65 150 150 PAL 108 PM 108 25 150 150 25 25 .DRAIN TK P 80 150 005VPK 004VPK NO.2 NO.P. OIL TK 250 200 125 50 DPS 150 STEADY BEARING L.TURB.1 PS CONT. C MAIN L.2 L.TK 80 65 100 012VPK 015VPK 100 DEHUMIDIFIER 100 DPAH 125 100 128VPK P 109 DPM 109 P TIC 121 121 A T.CLR T 006VPK 2W 200 1W WATER EXTRACT.O.3.3 NO.

Each bowl assembly is fitted with a regulating ring. total discharge 3. 1. main feed water pump turbine and generator engine will be purified by circulation between respective renovating tank after shifted once to renovating tank.294MPa 440V. Liquid mixtures and solid/liquid mixtures can be separated by two means. Slowly open the steam supply and return on the heater in use. Being of the self cleaning type. Ltd. Start the purifier at the control panel and ensure that the bowl is up to speed before continuing. Ensure the operating water opens and closes the bowl.294MPa 440V. pressures and electric current should be recorded and the levels of the tanks in use checked.200 rpm Lubricating Oil Transfer Pump Maker : No. 1 set 3. 0. start the program by pressing AUTO. The gravity field of a renovating (settling) tank or the centrifugal field of a purifier bowl. main feed water pump turbine and diesel generator engine. Set the valves as shown in the following list : Description LO sump tank suction valve Purifier feed pump suction valve Recirculation / Purifier return valves Pump discharge valve Purifier discharge valve Purifier discharge isolation valve LO sump tank inlet valve Sludge discharge valve Fresh water supply valve All valves other than the above Valve 101VPK 103VPK 117/118/124VPK 104VPK 110/113/120VPK 106VPK 128VPK 301VPK 131VPG Lubricating Oil Purifier Maker : No. This will initiate a start sequence including a sludge and discharge test and operate the purifier in automatic mode. These interspaces are critical for the efficiency of the separator. The diameter of the gravity disc is determined by the density of the oil to be purified and will determine the position of the interface between the oil and the sealing water. 1 set Centrifugal.75kW. the LO will be shifted once to LO renovating tank. 0. In the event that big amount water appears in the LO. Set the steam temperature control valve to the required setting (85℃) taking care not to overheat the oil.2 Lubricating Oil Purification System Procedure for Operating the System Mitsubishi Kakoki Kaisha.75kW.1m3/h 440V. the accumulation of solids within the holding space will be ejected at predetermined intervals depending on the quality of the oil. Ltd. Ltd. Normally. Waste water and sludge is directed to the LO sludge tank for disposal. the former is dedicated for turbine LO treatment. The purifier will be used for the following purposes : • Continuous main system purification • Renovating tank purification • Stern tube system purification • Batch purification of turbo generator. The disc stack consists of a large number of conical discs placed one above the other. A steam heater is provided for LO purifier system to lower the viscosity of the LO entering to purifier bowl to aid purification.1m3/h at 0. Once the lubricating oil temperature is above the minimum setting.Ltd. Each disc is provided with spacers to maintain the precisely determined narrow disc interspaces. The three way valve will ensure the oil bypasses the purifier and returns to the pump suction. Check the purifier gearbox oil level..0m3/h at 0. The heated dirty oil enters the purifier and the centrifugal force created by the rotating bowl causes the liquid mixture to separate into its different constituents within the disc stack. and the latter is for generator engine LO. A LO purifier feed pump and a transfer pump are provided for supplying the oil to the purifier. i) j) k) l) .5kW. To purify lubricating oil to and from the main turbine LO sump tank. horizontal 3. Ensure there is electrical power at the purifier control panel and Multi-monitor. The LO in the stern tube LO sump tank will be purified by circulation between stern tube LO sump tank. a) b) c) d) Record the level of oil in all the tanks associated with the system. 1. 1 set Gear. The LO in small sumps for turbo generator. 1 set Gear. of sets : Type : Rating : Kajiwara Iron Works Co.200 rpm Open Open Open Open Open Open Open Open Open Closed Purifier Lubricating Oil Heater Maker : No.START button on the control panel. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Taiko Kikai Industries. Both systems rely on the product components having different densities. The oil feed while the self-cleaning cycle. 1. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Taiko Kikai Industries. temperatures. sometimes referred to as a gravity disc. Start the purifier feed pump. 5.800 rpm The solid particles suspended in the oil settle on the underside of the discs and slide down into the solid holding space. Each supply system is segregated with double shut valves to minimize the contamination of oils of different kind.1m3/h 40℃ to 85℃ The purifier flow regulating valve 105VPK should be set for the desired discharge pressure and should not be adjusted during normal running conditions. This is achieved automatically by the control panel and a number of solenoid valves which will bypass the oil supply and open the bowl for a set period of time by the use of high pressure water. horizontal 1.7.3. The purpose of the lubricating oil purifier is to remove water and solid particles from the lubricating oil to prevent damage being caused to the machinery the oil is supplying. Once the purifier is running and no signs of abnormal vibrations and sound are evident. The position of this interface is critical for the effective separation of the liquid mixture. is returned to the suction of the pump by a three-way piston valve. Since the centrifugal field of a purifier is considerably more effective than the gravity field of a renovating (settling) tank it is usual practice to favor the centrifugal field method. e) f) g) h) Ensure the purifier brake is off and that the purifier is free to rotate. then the LO will be purified by circulation between LO renovating tank. Switch on the control panel. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Lubricating Oil Purifier Feed Pump Maker : No. Open any control air and operating water valves to the purifier. the LO in the main turbine sump tank is circulated through the purifier continuously. The smooth disc surfaces allow the solids to slide down and provide self-cleaning of the discs.

MONITOR STARTER CAUTION Extreme care must be taken when transferring lubricating oil to ensure that oils do not become mixed.2 Lubricating Oil Purification System Position Open Open Open Description LO renovating tank suction valve Isolating valve from LO renovating tank Purifier feed pump suction valve Valve 125VPK 129VPK 124/103VPK Procedure to Stop the Purifier a) b) c) d) e) Shut the steam to the heater and allow the oil to cool. Once the purifier has come to a complete stop the brake can be applied and preparations made for cleaning if required. Set the valves as shown in the following list : FS 707 LAH 2 0 0 mm HEATER LM MM . MULTI . Press. START AUTO. ( C) L. Flux (L/Hr) SW Temp. WATER INLET 131VPG R4 SV2 SV1 SV3 S S S SV4 S CONT. AIR BOWL OPENING WATER BOWL CLOSEING WATER SEALING WATER V5 Position Description Valve 125VPK Closed LO renovating tank suction valve 431VPK Closed A/T LO renovating tank filling valve 126VPK Closed LO daily tank filling valve 131VPK Open LO renovating tank inlet valve 102VPK Open Isolating valve to LO renovating tank 116VPK Close Isolating valve to LO sump tank c) When the transferring oil in the sump tank would have completed. EMERGENCY STOP LM MM Purified oil outlet DD Circulation Dirty oil inlet POWER SOURCE ALARM RESET SV1 SV2 SV3 SV4 OPENING CLOSING SEALING / REPLACEMENT FEEDING CONT. (MPa) Error AUTO. RUNNING LEAK NO-DIS SV4 S SV1 SV2 SV3 Water inlet S S S FEEDING Air inlet ALARM AUTO. The description assumes that the batch purification will be carried out for the contaminated oil in the main sump tank using the renovating tank and that the contaminated oil will be transferred to the renovating tank. The settled oil in the tank is circulated operating the purifier. 892 893 Function LO purifier LO inlet Purifier feed pump and LO transfer pump suction filters Oil sludge tank (from tank top) Set point TA H D PA H 90 ℃ LM : LEAKAGE MONITOR DD : DISCHARGE MONITOR MM : MULTI-MONITOR Position Open Open Open Closed e) f) g) 5 0 mm While the filling of new oil. so that oil will only be pumped from and to the intended destinations. PANEL 自動制御盤 CONT.STOP button. This system provides two basic monitoring systems. 1) Leakage monitoring system (LM) 2) Discharge detector monitoring system (DD) The illuminated Liquid Emitting Display (LED) provides information about the operating and malfunction condition of the purifier and displays all the relevant process data. LTD. CONT.7. The feed pump will need to be stopped if they are running in manual mode. (MPa) Rev. (about 15m3) The procedure for starting the purifier is as previously described with the following valve settings : Controls The control unit is used for the automatic ejection control and condition monitoring of the oil purifier. a) b) Ensure that the renovating tank has sufficient space to take the LO from main sump tank. it is important for high clarifying efficiency and to avoid desludging losses that the separable solids content in the product do not fluctuate widely. SOURCE OFF ON Procedure for Purifying Oil in the Renovating Tank Contaminated oil may be once collected in the renovating tank where the oil is settled. The setting of all valves must be checked prior to commencing transfer operations. Two total ejections will be triggered and the purifier will stop automatically. The valves 123 /128VPK will be closed after completion of the filling. (r/m) W/H Press. MITSUBISHI KAKOKI KAISHA. d) For filling the new oil to the sump by gravity. With the time dependant program cycle. STOP DISCHG. the new oil will be filled from the storage tank to the sump tank. the purifier operation should be stooped. set the valves as shown in the following list : Description LO storage tank suction valve LO filling line valve LO sump tank inlet valve All valves other than the above Valve 123VPK 127VPK 128VPK PURIFIED OIL OUTLET M DD RETURN DIRTY OIL INLET WATER DRAIN SLUDGE Alarms Sensor TR DPS Tag No. Press the AUTO.3. The ICAS provides indication for running and oil temperature and alarm for purifier failure. SOURCE AUTO. Close the control air and operating water valves to the purifier along with any other valves opened prior to start up. TEST MM ON MM FUNC.

TK A/T L.PUMP L. DPS C 40 DPAH 893 40 40 SUMP TK 133VPK 40 106VPK 157VPK 156VPK 100 40 135VPK 40 155VPK 40 196VPK 197VPK 80 L.HTR M01VPK 109VPK LEAKAGE MONITOR 40 891 165VPK LM (2) 110VPK 111VPK 152VPK 153VPK 154VPK TO W.TRANS.STM 40 40 50 TC 892 114VPK 431VPK 131VPK 50 G/E L.O. RENOV.GRAV.2 MAIN T/G NO.O.L.ENG.3. 40 TO L.0 MPA AUX.O.O.1 AUX.O. STOR. STOR.GEN.O.BILGE OIL TK SUMP TK 136VPK 40 MAIN FD. RENOV.LINE 425VPK 423VPK 123VPK 125VPK 40 40 50 122VPK 80 50 40 166VPK 158VPK 163VPK 119VPK 112VPK 102VPK 301VPK RM 891 SA 891 ES FIRE 40 162VPK P 40 SUMP TK 134VPK 168VPK 126VPK 40 40 136VPK C FIRE ES RM 603 SA 603 L.2 SUMP TK LAH 707 FS 25 144VPK 127VPK 117VPK 306VPK 118VPK 80 50 TO SEP.O.O.O. .SLUDGE TK L.FD PUMP RM 604 SA 604 FIRE ES NO.DRAIN TK 40 164VPK LOCKED CLOSE L.PUMP 50 120VPK 113VPK 50 NO.TK L.ENG.O.W.O.2a Lubricating Oil Purification System LUB. TRANSF.O.PURIF.7.O. SUMP TK TO S/T L.1 MAIN T/G 25 40 50 101VPK 40 105VPK STERN TUBE L.TK T TM 892 TAH 892 TAL 892 40 40 PURIF.O.O.OIL MIST BOX 40 1.O.RENOV.O.TK SUMP TK 137VPK TO W.2 AUX.O.TK L.TK G/E L.TK A/T L.PUMP 50 107VPK 124VPK C DPAH 893 DPS C C P 104VPK 40 40 139VPK 40 50 50 103VPK 142VPK 80 NO.DAILY TK 116VPK 132VPK 108VPK C 25 NO.GEN.DRAIN TK 141VPK 201VPK L. NO.O.STOR.DRAIN TK 50 130VPK 128VPK 129VPK L.PURIF.PUMP TURB.O.1 SUMP TK 50 25 143VPK FROM L. TRANSF.

0. Confirm that other valves not to be required to supply LO are closed. double shut valves are provided between for turbine oil and engine oil operation. Ltd. The main LO sump tank can be purified or pumped to the renovating tank. b) Valve 125VPK 109VPK 139VPK 105 / 124VPK 165VPK 102VPK 132VPK Open the appropriate suction valve on sump tank. horizontal Capacity : 1. quick-closing valves which can be operated from the ship’s fire control station. The generator engine LO system is segragated from the turbine LO system except purifier operation to minimize the mixture of different kind of oils. The LO transfer system is composed of two transfer / purifier feed pumps. After completion of the purification.0m3/h at 0. horizontal Capacity : 3. Return from Main LO sump Tank to LO Renovating Tank The description assumes that the transfer will be carried outtank using LO purifier feed pump. a) Close the following valves : Description LO renovating tank suction valve Purifier heater inlet valve Pump suction valve from auxiliaries Recirculation / Purifier return valves Engine oil purifier heater inlet valve Purifier discharge valve Isolating valve to auxiliaries Open the following valves : Description LO sump tank suction valve Purifier feed pump suction valve Pump discharge valve Isolating valve in line with pump discharge LO renovating tank inlet valve Start pump at the local starter. Confirm that other valves not to be required to supply LO are closed.200 rpm Lubricating Oil Purifier Feed Pump Maker : Taiko Kikai Industries. The decrepit oil in the sump tanks is discharged either to shore connections or to waste oil settling tank by the transfer pump for engine oil and the waste oil transfer pump for turbine oils.75kW. On the contrary.7. Confirm that other valves not to be required to shift LO are closed. The sludge from purifiers is discharged into the oil sludge tank and collected to the separated bilge oil tank. Open the following valves : Description Purifier feed pump suction valve Pump discharge valve Isolating valve in line with pump discharge A/T LO renovating tank inlet valve Start pump at the local starter. storage tanks. of sets : 1 set Type : Gear. Valve 103VPK 104VPK 106/108VPK 431VPK c) d) b) Valve 101VPK 103VPK 104VPK 106/108VPK 131VPK Procedure for Filling to Auxiliary Generator Engine LO Sump a) Close the following valves : Description G/E LO renovating tank suction valve G/E LO purified oil in line valve Open the following valves : Description G/E LO storage tank suction valve G/E LO supply in line valve Valve 152VPK 154VPK c) b) Valve 153VPK 158VPK c) Open the appropriate filling valve on sump tank. All LO tanks have a save-all which will catch and direct any escaped oil to the LO drain tank. the purified oil in the renovating tank is dropped to the sump by gravity. 1. The different kind LO is applied for the main turbine and auxiliary turbines. No. or if the oil in use became unfit for further use due to contamination.75kW. The sumps for auxiliary turbines and stern tube should be pumped to the A/T renovating tank and renovating tank respectively for the batch purification of them.294MPa Rating : 440V. . the purified oil in each renovating tank is discharged to respective sump by gravity. the other is for generator engine LO are provided and each shore filling connection is located at port and starboard on upper deck. Open the following valves : Description Valve 423VPK A/T LO storage tank suction valve 122VPK Turbine LO supply valve in line Return from Auxiliary Turbine LO Sumps to A/T LO Renovating Tank a) Close the following valves : Description LO sump tank suction valve Recirculation / Purifier return valve Purifier heater inlet valve Engine oil purifier heater inlet valve Purifier discharge valve Isolating valve for A/T LO sump filling LO renovating tank inlet valve Valve 101VPK 105 / 124VPK 109VPK 165VPK 102VPK 132VPK 131VPK Two LO filling lines. one is for turbines LO. 0. 1. Each renovating tank is also fitted with a self-closing sample cock to allow for a sample to be drawn for analysis and to check for the presence of water.3. Open the appropriate filling valve on sump tank. After completion of the purification. The sumps for auxiliary generator engine are pumped to the renovating tank by the LO transfer pump when the batch purification is required. one purifier. renovating tanks and sump tanks of machines. No. of sets : 1 set Type : Gear. The contents in the separated bilge oil tank will be pumped to waste oil settling tank or the shore connection by the waste oil transfer pump.200 rpm Valve 425VPK 132/139VPK The LO storage and LO renovating tanks are fitted with pneumatically operated Each renovating tank is fitted with a steam heating coil which would promote separation of water.1m3/h at 0. oil and sludge in the settling process. Ltd. This operation would be required if the main sump tank needed cleaning or repairs.3 Lubricating Oil Filling and Transfer System Procedure for Filling to Auxiliary Turbines a) Close the following valves : Description A/T LO renovating tank suction valve LO supply in line valves b) c) Lubricating Oil Transfer Pump Maker : Taiko Kikai Industries. After being tripped the valves must be reset locally.343MPa Rating : 440V. Each LO sump tank is filled directly from the storage tank and the renovating tank by gravity. On the contrary. On the contrary. For this means.

TRANSF.O.HTR 109VPK 165VPK 111VPK 40 40 40 80 40 122VPK 166VPK 158VPK 164VPK LOCKED CLOSE 119VPK 112VPK 163VPK 50 154VPK 50 152VPK 153VPK TO W.O.O.O. STOR.TK M01VPK 40 PURIF.2 MAIN T/G LAL 248 LAL 580 SUMP TK 25 144VPK 127VPK 117VPK 80 118VPK SUMP TK 136VPK 40 MAIN FD.1 AUX.O.2 NO.O.GEN.TK G/E L.TK A/T L.FD PUMP RM 604 SA 604 FIRE (3) ES 50 25 143VPK 128VPK 107VPK NO.DK (S) UPP.PUMP 50 DPS C C P 104VPK SUMP TK 137VPK 40 40 139VPK 40 50 50 103VPK (3) LAH 703 25 40 FS 142VPK 80 50 101VPK 105VPK NOTE: (3) TO L.DRAIN TK 130VPK 129VPK 50 L.O.3a Lubricating Oil Filling and Transfer System LUB.7. TRANSF.DAILY TK 192VPK 132VPK 80 P 126VPK 116VPK C 25 DPS C 40 DPAH 893 NO.GEN.O.TK L. SUMP TK NOTE : TO S/T L.STOR.O.ENG. SLUDGE TK L.RENOV.LINE 425VPK 423VPK 123VPK 125VPK 110VPK L.1 MAIN T/G FROM L.W.O.O. DK (P) UPP.3.DRAIN TK 141VPK 201VPK L.TK A/T L.O.O.O.PURIF.DK 50 80 (3) 80 191VPK 193VPK 40 40 114VPK 151VPK 431VPK 421VPK 121VPK 50 CLEAN OIL TK 131VPK G/E L.GRAV.O.O.TK L.PUMP FIRE 168VPK (3) SUMP TK 134VPK ES 40 136VPK C RM 603 SA 603 L.O.TRANS.PURIF.TK LAL 248 C 124VPK DPAH 893 TO W.O.O.O. 40 162VPK L.1 LAL 580 SUMP TK 40 TO L. RENOV.L. 133VPK 40 108VPK 106VPK (3) SUMP TK 40 135VPK 40 155VPK 157VPK 156VPK 196VPK 197VPK NO.PUMP (3) TO L. 25 102VPK 120VPK 113VPK NO. SLUDGE TK STERN TUBE L. STOR.DRAIN TK .OIL MIST BOX UPP. RENOV.PUMP TURB.2 AUX. NO.ENG.O.

the flushing in air supply line and No. The space created between each seal is called a chamber. numbered 1and 2. 2) Presence of sea water and / or LO at the drain collection unit. 4) Air flow (abt 35 L/min) to the chamber No.200 rpm Stern Tube Lubricating Oil Cooler Maker : Setouchi Kogyo Co. The two pipes connected to the sides of the circulation tank form part of the circulating system set up when the shaft is rotating. In addition. part of the compressed air supplied from the air control unit to the air chamber is guided to the drain collecting unit. situated on the aft bulkhead so that the normal oil level in the tank is approximately 1. LO and sea water are completely separated from each other by the air chamber which is provided between #1 and #2 seal rings.1 aft seal chamber will be executed about once every 6 to 12 months. The chamber between the seals is supplied with oil from a small forward seal circulation tank. horizontal Capacity : 1m3/h at 0. The two pipes allow for ahead and astern rotation of the shaft. of sets : 1 set Type : Shell and tube. d) Start the duty stern tube LO pump and check that oil is flowing through the bearing system and returning to the Aft seal tank by means of the sight glass. both facing aft. horizontal Capacity : 1. there are two chambers at the aft seal assembly. Ltd. close air supply valve V19. f) During normal operation.Ltd. the aft seal tank and the forward seal circulation tank and top up as necessary. Aft Seal Assembly The aft seal consists of three major parts.1 chamber and the lubricating oil is supplied in No. The bearing and seal assemblies all use the same grade of lubricating oil as main turbine service.. The stern tube LO cooler is supplied from the central fresh water cooling system. . 0. The centre pipe leading down from the circulation tank provides a static head for the seal. Bearing Unit The bearing area is lubricated by means of an aft seal tank system with oil being supplied to the stern tube from one of two stern tube LO pumps. No. regular inspection should be made by oil levels.4 Stern Tube Lubricating Oil System Japan Marine Technologies Ltd. e) Set the other stern tube LO pump to the standby mode. There are three lubricating systems for the stern tube. 1. and the oil from stern tube is returned to the aft seal tank through a sight glass which enables the operator to positively identify oil return. g) At the dry dock. The aft seal tank is provided for ingress of sea water by the wear or failure of aft seal for sea water.1 chamber with a pressure gauge fitted on the control unit outlet b) Clean all the filters c) Ensure that there is control air available for the air control unit. the aft seal assembly and the forward seal assembly. temperatures and pressure. Procedure for the Preparation a) Check the following items.196MPa Rating : 440V. of approximately 15 litre capacity. Forward Seal Assembly The forward seal consists of two sealing rings. of sets : 1 set Type : Gear. The pressure distribution in the seal system is automatically adjusted to follow the change of ship’s draft. 3) LO flow (abt 120 L/h) to No.2 chamber. The compressed air is provided in No. The stern tube passes through a tank filled with water and provides added cooling for the stern tube.7. low level alarms.1 with a flow meter.000 mm above the propeller shaft centre line.3.75kW. Normally. Oil samples should be tested in accordance with planned maintenance schedule.0m3/h The function of the stern tube is to act as a seal and bearing support for the propeller shaft. number 1 chamber being c) Open the cooling water inlet and outlet valves to the stern tube LO cooler and ensure that cooling water is circulating through the cooler. the lubrication system being totally independent of all other systems. In the event that the sea water or oil enters into the air chamber. the bearing unit. a liner which rotates with the propeller shaft. The stern tube assembly is sealed at both ends using lip type seals and is oil lubricated. The flushing work should be made according to the “Flushing Procedure for Air Supply and Drain Line of AIRGUARD 3AS” attached to the drawing “Stern Tube Sealing”). they are carried to the drain collecting unit by the air flow forcibly and collected inboard without oil leaking outboard or sea water entering into the stern tube. The circulation tank is fitted with a filling cap. Airguard 3AS the after most. Position Open Closed Open Open Open Closed Open Closed Closed Open Closed Open Open Open Open Closed Description LO sump tank suction valve Cross-connection valve with purifier suction Pumps suction valves Pump discharge valves Cooler inlet and outlet valves Cooler bypass valve Stern tube inlet valves Forward seal circulating tank filling valve Aft seal tank drain valve Aft seal tank inlet valves around sight glass Aft seal tank inlet sight glass bypass valve Aft seal tank outlet valve Aft seal inlet valve Aft seal flow meter inlet / outlet valves Aft seal flow meter bypass valve Sampling and all drain valves Valve 201VPK 141VPK 202 / 203VPK 211 / 212VPK 213 / 214VPK 215VPK 216 / 217VPK 228VPK V19 222 / 223VPK 221VPK 225VPK 210VPK 218 / 219VPK 220VPK Stern Tube Seal Maker : Type : Stern Tube Lubricating Oil Pump Maker : Taiko Kikai Industries. The stern tube LO pumps take suction from the aft seal tank and passes the oil through a cooler and duplex filter before supplying the stern tube bearing. d) Set the valves as shown in the table below. No. The seal ring is made from Viton. After evacuating air from piping. the three lip sealing rings. (Note. 5) Air pressure at No.2 chamber with a flow meter. The aftermost seal ring faces outwards whilst the two forward seal rings face forward. The pressure is maintained by the pressure of aft seal tank which is controlled with the compressed air being supplied from the air control unit. the metal housing holding the sealing rings. A circulator is fitted between the two seals and forms a pumping action when the propeller shaft rotates. close the compressed air valves 156 / 228VPE for the air control unit and open blank flange B1. 1) The oil level in the stern tube LO sump tank.

7. 148 / 088 Function S/T bearing metal temp. Fully open 216VPK and close 210VPK to operate #3 seal ring. adjust the pressure in the stern tube so it becomes higher.1 chamber. 1 0 0 mm L A L 4 3 0 mm LAL 130 mm FS 705 FS (Pressure) PS 706 LAH 704 709 893 893 Aft seal tank Seal air Stern tube LO pump suction filter Stern tube LO inlet filter PS DPS DPS PA H PA L PA L D PA H D PA H 230kPa 10kPa 10kPa 50kPa 50kPa . 60L/min. it is possible to reduce the amount of sea water ingress by increasing air supply flow (max. 1 time/10 min. #2 seal ring may be damaged.3.4 Controls Stern Tube Lubricating Oil System Countermeasures in Abnormal Condition In case of substantial amount of oil is collected in the drain collecting unit.1) in accordance with the separate operation instruction “Stern Tube Sealing” and make close of No.e.) with adjusting the valve at flow meter outlet in the control air unit. (Level) FS 703 S/T LO drain tank (from tank bottom) Aft seal tank (from tank bottom) Forward seal circulating tank (from tank bottom) Drain collecting unit L A L 1 . 7 3 0 mm FS 704 L A H 1 . Change the valve 228VPE over 156. After that. If the unit is frequently discharged i. In remote operation pumps may be started and stopped manually and one pump may be selected for automatic operation to act as the standby pump and start should the duty pump fail to maintain the flow of pump discharge. a) Supply the air from another source. (3) In case of control air failure. Set point TAH / ASLD (M/T) 5 5 ℃ b) If no air source can be supplied. LO may be filled into the #1 .#2 seal ring chamber (No. then supply air pressure by adjusting air-relays in the air control unit. A stern tube LO fresh water heater supplies the cooling water which the temperature is automatically controlled with a steam valve to maintain the appropriate LO temperature for frigid climate condition (1) Alarms Sensor TR Tag No. (2) In case of substantial amount of sea water is collected at drain collecting unit. by △P2.VPE The stern tube LO pumps may be set for local operation or remote operation via the ICAS display.

3.7.4a

Stern Tube Lubricating Oil System
FOR PIPE FLUSING
140VPG

FM

F.W.

P

PAL 709 FM

P
228VPE

15
V19

S
B1
FM

CONT. AIR G.S. AIR
156VPE

P
AIR RELAY

P

LAH 704

PAH 704

PAL 704

AIR CONTROL UNIT

P
50
221VPK

LAL 704

PS

PS

FS AFT SEAL TANK
WEAR DOWN GAUGE

222VPK

223VPK

225VPK
CHECK GAUGE

STERN TUBE COOL.F.W.TK
V19

LAL 705

228VPK
P-RING O-RING #1 #2 #3 #4 #5

FS T FWD SEAL TK
25 50

AFT LINER

FWD LINER

T

AFT SEAL

FWD SEAL

COOL.F.W.

25

25

25

TIC

25

STM

STERN TUBE L.O.CLR

054VPG

055VPG

25

S/T LO F.W.HTR

T
25
210VPK

T
213VPK

053VPG

25
219VPK

220VPK
DPAH 893

214VPK

217VPK

40
TM 148 TAH 148 ASD 088 TM 149 TAH 149 ASD 088

216VPK

40

605

40

40

25

218VPK

P

FS

DPS

P

FS
FOR AUTO CHANGE-OVER

40
215VPK

40 40

40
261VPK

STERN TUBE L.O.PUMP
212VPK
AC 605 RO 605 RM 605 SA 605
FIRE

ES

P

25

211VPK

P
LAL 703

P NO.1

NO.2
TO L.O.PURIF.FD PUMP

25

40

LS DRAIN COLLECTION UNIT

C C
DPAH 893

C C
DPAH 893

40

DPS

DPS

LAH 708

C
201VPK 141VPK 203VPK

C
202VPK

ALARM CHAMBER

FS

40

40

STERN TUBE L.O.SUMP TK

3.8.1

Engine Room Bilge System
The emergency stop switches for USCG (ESSU) are provided at the places of shore connection (port and starboard) for bilge discharge to stop bilge discharge. The ESSU switches stop the following pumps. • Engine room bilge pump • Bilge separator service pump • Waste oil transfer pump • LO transfer pump • LO purifier feed pump All bilge wells, the bilge holding tank, separated bilge oil tank, clean drain tank and sunken under the main turbine seating have high level alarms. The emergency bilge suction is provided at the suction of No.2 cooling sea water pump and enables large quantities of bilge water to be pumped overboard in the event of an emergency such as engine room flooding. (See 3.5.2 “Cooling Sea Water Service System”) Bilges in the steering gear spaces and the emergency fire pump room are drained to aft bilge well through self closing cocks when required. The cocks are normally closing.

Bilge and General Service Pump Maker : No. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Fire and Bilge Pump Maker : No. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Engine Room Bilge Pump Maker : No. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Taiko Kikai Industries, Ltd. 1 set Reciprocating piston, vertical 5m3/h at 40m total head 440V, 1.5kW, 1,200 rpm Teikoku Machinery Works, Ltd. 1 set Centrifugal, vertical, self-priming 170/255m3/h at 100/35m total head 440V, 100/30kW, 1,800 /1,200rpm Teikoku Machinery Works, Ltd. 1 set Centrifugal, vertical, self-priming 255m3/h at 35m total head 440V, 45kW, 1,800 rpm The bilge system is composed of the following : • • • • • • • • • Bilge and General Service Pump Fire and Bilge Pump Engine room bilge pump Waste oil transfer pump Bilge separator Clean drain tank Separated bilge oil tank Bilge holding tank Bilge wells

The clean bilge water is discharged to overboard by the fire and bilge pump. In addition, both fire and bilge, and bilge and general service pumps will be used to pump bilge water overboard in the event of an emergency such as the ingress of large quantities of water into the vessel. Bilge wells within the engine room are located as follows : • Forward port and starboard • Port middle • Aft Bilge suctions are provided to following sunken places additionally : • Forward port and starboard on 4th deck • Under main turbine seating Each bilge suction is connected to a common bilge main line which is taken suction by the engine room bilge pump and the fire, bilge and general service pumps. Bilge wells are normally pumped out using the engine room bilge pump which discharges to the bilge holding tank. The bilge water is settled in the bilge holding tank as pre-treatment of oily bilge and the settled water is directed to the bilge separator to remove the oil so that the oil residues in the treated water do not exceed 15ppm. The separated oil in the bilge holding tank is drained into the separated bilge oil tank. Contents in the separated bilge oil tank is discharged to waste oil settling tank or shore connections as required using the waste oil transfer pump. The engine room bilge pump discharge is also connected to the waste oil transfer pump discharge for discharging the bilge to the shore.

Bilge Separator Service Pump Maker : No. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Waste Oil Transfer Pump Maker : No. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Bilge Separator Maker : No. of sets : Type : Capacity : Taiko Kikai Industries, Ltd. 1 set USH- 50 5m3/h Taiko Kikai Industries, Ltd. 1 set Snake, horizontal 10m3/h at 0. 392MPa 440V, 5.5kW, 1,200 rpm Taiko Kikai Industries, Ltd. 1 set Snake, horizontal 5m3/h at 0.3431MPa 440V, 1.5kW, 1,200 rpm

3.8.1
Controls

Engine Room Bilge System
Notes : 1) 2) All movements of bilge water are to be recorded in the machinery oil record book. Before any bilges are pumped directly overboard, it must be ensured that no local or international anti-pollution regulations MARPOL will be contravened except where safety of the ship or personnel is involved. Bilge water should not discharge directly to sea except in an EMERGENCY. When using the fire and bilge pump for bilge duties it is imperative that the discharge line valve from the pump to the fire main is securely closed in order that no oily water can enter the fire main system which could subsequently be directed onto a fire.

The engine room bilge pump will automatically start and stop according to the level in each bilge well together with an automatically operated valve which will open and close by the level in respective bilge well. The low level switch on the bilge hold tank will stop the bilge separator service pump automatically. The waste oil transfer pump will automatically stop according to the high level in the waste oil settling tank. The select switches for the automatic operation are provided on ICAS.

3) 4)

Alarms Sensor FS Tag No. 742 Function Bilge wells (from tank top) Fwd - P&S Mid - P Aft FS 743 Bilge holding tank (from tank bottom) LAH LAH LAH -400 mm -150 mm -150 mm Set point

LAH 5,550 mm

FS

744

Sunken deck under main turbine LAH seating (from tank top) Separated bilge oil tank (from tank top) Clean drain tank (from tank bottom) E/R bilge pump long running LAH

-150 mm

FS

745

-500 mm

FS

746

LAH 1,900 mm

646

30 min.

3.8.1a

Engine Room Bilge System
XAH 897

FROM CARGO MACHI.RM FROM DRAIN INSPECTION TK UPP. DK UPP. DK TO WASTE OIL SETT. TK

(P)

(S)

TO HOLD BILGE EDUCTOR

UPP. DK

OIL CONTENT MONITOR F.W.
135VPJ

SHORE CONNECTIONS

40
40 40 40
127VPJ

UPP. DK
123VPJ 187VPJ

FROM WASTE OIL TRANS. PUMP 50 25 50
S

40

124VPJ

65

50

65

C
171VPJ 184VPD 126VPJ

100

FOR WASHING

FROM L.O.TRANS. PUMP

200

40

40

40

128VPJ 105VPH 130VPH

P
122VPJ

P

C

S.W.

121VPJ

250

BILGE SEP. SERV. PUMP
P
AS 644 SA 644

LAH 743

FS

FIRE & BILGE PUMP
RO
W/H

50

RO
637

112VPJ

TO FIRE MAIN 250

65

LO SLUDGE TK AIR VENT
897

C

BILGE DEP. SERV. PUMP AUTO STOP 644

40

130VPJ 149VPJ

102VPH

FS
(HIGH)

S.W.
013VPH

25
143VPJ

100
LONG RUN

100 65

088VPH

S.W. 50 50 50

40
133VPJ

40

131VPJ (LOW) 132VPJ

65

ASS 646

RO 646

RM 646

SA 646

XA 646

FROM F.W.TKS

ENG.RM BILGE PUMP
138VPJ 136VPJ 137VPJ 139VPJ

BILGE HOLD TK
40
125VPJ

115VPJ

P
250 250

40

C
100
LAH 745

145VPJ

65
089VPH

154VPJ

155VPJ

FS
S.W.

40
113VPJ

141VPJ

SEPARATED BILGE OIL TK FROM STEER.ENG.RM
50

65
TO W.O.TRANS.PUMP 50 150 50 250 50 50 50

50
250

FROM STEER.ENG.RM FROM EFP RM
FOR E/R BILGE PUMP ASS 646 LAH 742

194VPJ

109VPJ

108VPJ

193VPJ

120VPJ

165VPJ

105VPJ

162VPJ

186VPJ

192VPJ 103VPJ

191VPJ 101VPJ

110VPJ

100

FROM MAIN CONDR

200

FIRE

RO

637

RM

SA
637

111VPH

BILGE & G.S.PUMP
150
RO
637 FIRE

111VPJ

102VPJ

RO

637

RM

SA
637

185VPJ

65

65

50

50

50

50

50

50

ASS FOR E/R 646 BILGE PUMP

100

ASS FOR E/R 646 BILGE PUMP LAH 742

ASS FOR E/R 646 BILGE PUMP LAH 742

50

50

50

65

150

50

FS

B.W. (AFT) VOID SPACE B.W.(P) VOID SPACE SUNKEN CLEAN DRAIN TK B.W.(S) VOID SPACE B.W.(P)
ECO.SOUND/MAGNETIC LOG COMP.

150

(P)

(S)

FS

FS

114VPJ

FS

FS

150

DK SUNKEN

200

FS

LAH 742

LAH 744

LAH 746

VOID SPACE

50

3.8.2

Bilge Separator
Alarms Taiko Kikai Industries, Ltd. 1 set USH- 50 5m3/h The bilge water collected into the bilge holding tank is treated by the bilge separator, and the treated water contained oil at less than 15ppm is discharged to overboard. When the oil content exceeds 15ppm, the discharge water from bilge separator will be returned to the bilge holding tank for reprocessing. The bilge holding tank has primary section where three oil discharge valves at different height are provided. Two different height suctions for bilge separator are provided on the bilge hold tank, and whichever suction is used as required. Heating device is provided for the bilge holding tank. In case the heating device is used as required, take care the water temperature to prevent damage of tank inside painting. Sensor FS
Oil content

Bilge Separator Maker : No. of sets : Type : Capacity :

Tag No. 743 897

Function Bilge holding tank (from tank bottom) Bilge separator outlet oil content

Set point LAH 5,500 mm H 15 ppm

monitor

Bilge Separator Service Pump Maker : No. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Taiko Kikai Industries, Ltd. 1 set Snake, horizontal 5m3/h at 0.3431MPa 440V, 1.5kW, 1,200 rpm

Notes : 1) All movements of bilge water are to be recorded in the machinery oil record book. 2) Before any bilges are pumped directly overboard, it must be ensured that no local or international anti-pollution regulations MARPOL will be contravened. 3) When not in use, the bilge separator is to be filled with water.

Bilge Separator Operation The separator complies with the IMO resolution MEPC 107(49) and is fitted with an oil content meter with an alarm. The purpose of the separator is to separate the oil from the bilge water so that the oil residues in the treated water do not exceed 15ppm before being discharged into the sea. The separating principle of the separator is based on the different specific gravities of oil and water. The rising velocity of oil globules in water is relative to their diameter, i.e. a 60 micron diameter oil globule will rise 195 micron/sec, where a 30 micron of it will rise 50 micron / sec. The separator reduces the shear on the oil particles and enables a plate pack to be used. Oil globules passing through the pack will make contact and coalesce on the oleophilic plates until the globules are large enough to rise up through the pack. The plate pack configuration allows solids drawn in with the liquids to gravitate down through the pack, to collect in the bottom. A service pump supplies the oily water through the separator. Probes fitted into the gravity chamber, monitor the oil and water levels and control pump and solenoid valves to give automatic operation of the unit. When the oil builds up to cover the lower probe in the gravity chamber the pump stops and two solenoid valves open, one connected to a clean water supply and the other on the oil discharge line. The oily water inlet solenoid closes and water pressure forces oil out from the top of the separator until upper probe operates. The oily water inlet solenoid then opens, the pump starts and the clean water inlet and oil outlet solenoids close. If air collects in the top of the separator, it is dealt with in exactly the same manner, since the probes detect a water / air inter face as they would a water / oil interface. The bilge separator service pump will also automatically stop according to the low level in the bilge hold tank. On / Off select switches for the automatic stop detectors are provided on ICAS. a) Ensure that the valves are set as follows. Position Open Open Closed Closed Closed Open Open Open Close Open Closed Description Bilge holding tank suction valve Bilge separator service pump suction valve Bilge separator service pump SW suction valve Bilge separator sampling valves Bilge separator drain valves Bilge separator bilge water inlet valves Bilge separator overboard valves Bilge separator recirculating valve Bilge separator washing water valve Oil content monitor supply valve Oil content monitor flush water valve Valve
131 or 132VPJ 133VPJ 088VPH

SAMPLE WATER

135VPJ 136 / 137VPJ 139VPJ

油 水 分 離 器
Operation Status
Standby Auto Test

15ppm BILGE SEPARATOR
Stain Of Detector Memory Status MODEL

Oil Alarm

Detect Alarm

電 源
POWER

FOCAS-1800

SAMPLE WATER
OFF ON

FRESH WATER

SOLENOID VALVE

CONTROL AIR

b) Start the bilge separator (Bilge separator service pump). c) Adjust the pressure in chamber by the pressure regulating valve in the discharge line. (The pressure is adjusted to approximately 0.1MPa.)
OIL DETECTOR

P
BILGE INLET

S

OIL DETECTOR

P
COALESCER FRESH WATER TEST COCK STRAINER

TEST COCK

TO SEPARATED BILGE OILTANK TO BILGE HOLD.TANK TO SEPARATED BILGE OILTANK

3.9.1

Domestic Fresh Water System

Distilling Plant Maker : No of sets : Model : Type : Capacity : Fresh Water Pump Maker : No. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Drinking Water Pump Maker : No. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Teikoku Machinery Works, Ltd. 2 sets Centrifugal, vertical 10 m3/h at 65 mth 440V, 11kW, 1,800 rpm Sasakura Engineering Co.,Ltd. 2 sets WX-45M (condensate cooled) EX-45E (sea water cooled) Low pressure, plate type 45 tons/day Water may be taken from a shore supply or a barge by means of water bunkering lines located on the port and starboard sides of the ship at the cargo manifold. Alternatively, the water can be filled directly from the filling cap fitted on top of each tank. Distillate discharged from the evaporator can be transferred to either the fresh water tank or the drinking water tank. Distillate which is to be pumped to the domestic water tanks is first passed through the silver ion sterilizer. Water supplied from ashore does not pass through the silver ion sterilizer and care must be taken to ensure that the water is fit for human consumption. The silver sterilizer destroys bacteria and leaves a residue of silver ions in the stored water thus providing for effective sterilization whilst the water is stored in the tanks. As the water passes between two electrodes in the sterilizing unit, through which a small current is passed, the ions are released and sterilize the water. Sterilization by this method ensures that the water is maintained in a good condition, even when stored in the tanks for a period of time. The silver electrodes should be inspected and changed when all the silver coating has depleted. The dosing of the water is automatic and is set depending on the flow of the water. The domestic fresh water is stored in the fresh water tank and the drinking water tank, which are located in the steering gear room on the starboard side and the levels are monitored by the ICAS. The fresh water hydrophore unit provides the ship with cold fresh water for sanitary water and technical services water. The fresh water hydrophore unit also supplies water to the calorifier and the hot water circulation pumps supply hot water from the calorifier to the accommodation. The drinking water hydrophore unit provides the ship with cold fresh water for drinking Water treatment is made by an ultraviolet sterilizer, and a mineral injection unit. The ultraviolet sterilizer is fitted in the drinking water supply line to the accommodation and domestic fresh water being supplied to end users will normally all flow through the ultraviolet sterilizer. The mineral is injected into the drinking water supply line to the ultraviolet sterilizer as required. Two (2) fresh water pumps, one “Lead” duty, the other “Follow” duty take suction from the fresh water tank and discharge to a fresh water pressure tank. Two (2) pressure switches (one for each duty) control the fresh water pump cut-in and cut-out in the automatic mode, to maintain the water level operating band. Initial charge, which sets the position of water level operating band, is supplied from the general service air system. Two (2) hot water circulating pumps and a hot water heater with steam heating, alternatively electric heater are installed in line of the hot water circulation. Top up to the system is from the hydrophore tank. The pumps can be changed over if necessary for maintenance. Pumps are started and stopped locally. Pumps should be changed over periodically in order to avoid one pump having excessive running hours. Caution When the steam heater is in use, the hot water temperature control valve which regulates steam flow to the heater should always be used. The by-pass valve should only be used with an operator in attendance and should be locked closed at all other times. Fresh water can be run down from the fresh water tank to replenish the stern tube cooling water tank as required. A distilled water tank recirculation pump, a fresh water tank recirculation pump and a drinking water tank recirculation pump are provided to prevent from freezing. Pumps are started and stopped locally as required. An interconnection with a spool piece is provided between fresh water tank and drinking water suction lines to secure the drinking water from fresh water tank in event of contamination of the drinking water tank. A fire fighting fresh water hydrophore unit provides the accommodation for first aid purpose. The fire fighting fresh water pump takes suction from the fresh water tank and discharges to a fire fighting fresh water pressure tank. A pressure switch controls the pump operation to keep the water level band. Initial charge air is also supplied from the general service air system.

Teikoku Machinery Works, Ltd. 2 sets Centrifugal, vertical 5 m3/h at 65 mth 440V, 5.5kW, 1,800 rpm

Hot Water Circulating Pump Maker : No. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Teikoku Machinery Works, Ltd. 2 sets Centrifugal, horizontal 5 m3/h at 15 mth 440V, 1.5kW, 3,600 rpm

Fire Fighting Fresh Water Pump Maker : No. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Teikoku Machinery Works, Ltd. 1 set Centrifugal, horizontal 5 m3/h at 110 mth 440V, 7.5kW, 3,600 rpm

Fresh Water Pressure Tanks Maker : Fresh water : Drinking water Fire Fighting Teikoku Machinery Works, Ltd. 1 m3,1 set 1 m3,1 set 1.5 m3,1 set

Top up to the system is from the pressure tank. The pumps are operated in a “Lead” and “Follow” mode. Water is circulated continuously by one of the two the hot water circulating pump. Suction valves 113 (118. c) Vent the fresh water pressure tank and. e) Open the fresh water pressure tank outlet valve 121 (179. The system supplies hot water to the accommodation system.1 Domestic Fresh Water System Hot Water System This system supplies the hot water to the accommodation for domestic purposes. 2) The “Follow” pump starts at a falling pressure of 450kPa and stops at a rising pressure of 650kPa.500 mm LT 733/734 LAL 1. d) Start one of the hot water circulating pumps at the local starter panel.500 mm LT 732 LAL 1. Mineral Injection Unit The supply valves are opened manually as required.3. f) Check that the system is circulating correctly and that the temperature is maintained. using one of two FW pumps in local control. 115)VPG and 114 (117)VPG for the fresh water pumps must be open together with the pump discharge valves. Fire Fighting Fresh Water Pump The fire fighting fresh water pump starts and stops in response to pressure changes in the fire fighting fresh water pressure tank. The fresh water pressure tank is now operational and FW can be supplied to the various users. Pumps should be changed over periodically in order to avoid one pump having excessive running hours. Open the fresh water tank suction valve 111VPG (212VPG). d) Connect an air hose to the pressure tank air valve to pressurize the hydrophore tank from the ship’s air supply system. and set the system temperature. Pumps are started and stopped locally and monitored on the ICAS.9. Alarms Sensor LT Tag No. h) Carry out steps (b) thru (e) for the fire fighting fresh water pump and pressure tank applying valve numbers of red color. stop the pump. b) After opening the hot water system supply valve from the cold water system. the wash basin in the workshop and the laboratory wash sink in the engine room. b) Check that the fresh water pressure tank outlet valve 121 (179. f) At the local control panel set both fresh water pumps to “AUTO”. The pressure tank gauge valves must be open. Procedure for Operating the Hot Water System a) Operate the FW system as above and set the hot water system valves as follows : Position Open Open Open Open Description Hot water heater supply valve Hot water heater outlet valve Either hot water circulating pump suction valve Either hot water circulating pump discharge Valve 150VPG 166VPG 167 / 170VPG 165 / 169VPG Procedure for Operating the Fresh Water System a) Check that there is sufficient water in the fresh water tank to meet the immediate demand. g) Open the outlet valves to the hot water systems as required. allow the system to fill from the hydrophore tank. When the pressure tank is at the correct operating pressure close the air valves. the water being passed through a hot water heater. which can be either steam or electrically heated to raise the water to the correct temperature. Controls Fresh Water and Drinking Water Pumps The fresh water pumps and drinking water pumps start and stop in response to pressure changes in respective pressure tank.500 mm . e) Open the steam supply or switch on the electrical supply to the hot water heater. The pump will start and operate in automatic mode with control from the pressure switches stopping and starting the pump as necessary. The pumps can be changed over if necessary for maintenance. g) Carry out steps (a) thru (f) for the fire drinking water pumps and pressure tank applying valve numbers in bracket. 127)VPG. The operating pressures are as follows : 1) The “Lead” pump starts at a falling pressure of 550kPa and stops at a rising pressure of 650kPa. c) Ensure that the hot water circulating pump to be used is primed. fill it until the water level gauge glass is a half full . The pump starts at a falling pressure of 980kPa and stops at a rising pressure of 1.100kPa. The supply pumps are automatically started and stopped by the drinking water flow signal at “Auto” mode. 127)VPG is closed. 731 Function Fresh water tank level (from tank bottom) Drinking water tank level (from tank bottom) Distilled water tank level (from tank bottom) LAL Set point 1.

TK LI LAL 733 LM 733 SAH 912 NO.1 DRINK.PUMP ASS 628 SA 628 RM 628 RO 628 10 FOR D/G NOTE: (2) TO CLEAN DRAIN TANK 156VPG 157VPG 158VPG TO BILGE WELL . PURIF.PUMP 25 DIST.W.W.W. FOR BLR 40 S GAS SEAL W.F.G.F.SYS.POT 15 155VPG NO.W.W.W. MONITOR 50 40 118VPG MINERAL INJECT.2 FI 104VPG SAH 912 NO.2 RM 629 NO. EXP.W.1 10 15 154VPG CASING TO D/G COOL F. OIL CONT.TK FI 184VPG 136VPF 135VPF 183VPG 105VPG DIST.TK 179VPG 178VPG 40 177VPG 131VPG S S S 15 176VPG 40 185VPG 117VPG FS UV STERILIZER (2) NO.W.W.1 40 10 10 10 10 40 207VPG 206VPG FIRE FIGHT.TK 40 (2) 40 115VPG 10 10 40 DIST.PLANT P 193VPG 40 65 40 65 65 BASIN(LABO) 40 40 40 40 50 BASIN(W/S) SHOWER (CHEMICAL STR) DIST.UNIT XA 870 NO.TK F.PUMP C P (2) 142VPG BILGE SEPA. (AFT) 50 25 10 F.TK NO.W.PUMP 40 ASS 630 SA 630 RO FIRE RM 630 HOT W.TK 121VPG DK SERV. 627 40 10 40 50 50 65 NO. TK RECIRC.9.HTR 40 40 40 150VPG FOUNTAIN 148VPG 172VPG SILVER ION STERILIZER 65 (2) 40 40 65 40 169VPG P 165VPG 170VPG P 10 167VPG 153VPG 152VPG 149VPG 146VPG 143VPG 145VPG 143VPG 145VPG RM 627 P P 2ND DK (P) 2ND DK (S) 3RD DK (P) 3RD DK (S) 4TH DK (P) 4TH DK (S) LOWER FLOOR (P) LOWER FLOOR (S) NO.2 MINERAL 187VPG 100 186VPG C P MINERAL PS PS P DRINK. TK RECIRC.CIRC.TK C LAL 731 LM 731 P 119VPG 127VPG FIRE FIGHT F.1 SA 627 RM 627 RO 627 STERN TUBE COOL.2 C P TO I.PRESS. 40 173VPG HOT. W.W.PUMP L.S.LINE 40 174VPG DIST.G 10 10 6 TO DIST. TO FIRE HOSE REEL SYSTEM 10 65 25 10 10 40 108VPG 107VPG 101VPG 110VPG 25 15 15 40 40 LI LAL 734 LM 734 65 S 159VPG 162VPG FOR INCI.2 DIST. 10 15 10 B.PLANT P DIST.PUMP PS 630 40 P SA 629 LI LAL 731 LM 731 LI DRINK.W.PLANT CHEMICAL DOSING UNIT 40 PS PS 113VPG P F.3.TK 116VPG ASS 627 FRESH W.PUMP 212VPG 111VPG 181VPG 114VPG C P TO LOCAL FIRE EXT.W.W.W.PUMP 25 65 CONDS.PRESS.1 DIST. 65 100 TO BILGE & G. PRESS.1a Domestic Fresh Water System 40 FOR DK SERVICE 40 40 TO FOAM & CO2 RM TO E/G RM TO GAS BTL RM TO & FROM ACCOMMO.W.W. EXP TK 10 CCS F.PUMP 65 196VPG SPOOL PIECE 197VPG 50 40 50 NO.W.PUMP 65 40 166VPG T TAH 870 40 25 10 15 B.W.O.W. TK 182VPG RECIRC.

400 litres/day 4. Effluent has the following qualities : Suspended soils : Coliform bacteria : Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) : less than 50 mg / liter less than 200 MPN / 100 ml less than 50 mg / liter The vacuum level is controlled by the vacuum switch. a connection from the fire main system has been provided to the sewage treatment plant. Vacuum Toilet Collecting Unit Maker : No of sets : Model : Capacity : Discharge pump : EVAC Oy. The discharge operation is controlled automatically with level switches. wash tubs and scuppers located in such premises. the discharges a sterilized effluent overboard. The unit purifies sewage by the extended aeration activating sludge method. which is located on to the manifold of the vacuum piping.) Soil pipes from WCs are gathered into a main line connected to a sewage vacuum toilet collecting tank unit. The ejector pump is used for discharging the collecting unit either to sewage treatment unit or overboard. Normally. Annex IV of that document dealt with the prevention of pollution by sewage from ships.3. The vacuum switch is set to start pump at -35 to -40kPa and stop the pump at -50 to -60kPa. Sewage is defined as : 1) Drainage and other wastes (black water) from any of toilets. In multiple ejector system. (Note : When the sewage is mixed with wastes or waste waters having different discharge requirements. CAUTION Raw sewage may only be pumped to sea in waters where such discharge is permitted and permission from the bridge must be obtained before the discharge takes place. the sewage treatment plant discharge pump must be switched off and the overboard discharge valve 208 / 288VPJ closed. the Inter-governmental Maritime Consultative Organization held an international conference from which arose the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships.8kW The sewage from toilets flows into the bio-filter chamber.6 to 1. Foreign objects which could obstruct operation of the device are held from entering the device by a screen. when mixed with drainages defined above. the more stringent requirements will apply. the starting ejector alternates continuously by starting turn of the pump changes.9. If there is no sewage flow for a prolonged period the bacteria will become inactive and operation of the plant subsequently impaired.6 m3/min at 20kPa Sewage Treatment Unit The type SBT-40 unit fitted is rated at 40 men / day.2 litres of water per flush. Rinse water valve. The vacuum toilet connected to the piping system use only 0. and then only if the effluent does not produce visible floating solids and does not discolour the water. 3) Other waste waters (gray water). Ensure the shore connection valves 289 / 290 / 271 / 272VPJ from the sewage / vacuum toilet and discharge pumps have been closed firmly. In the event of plant failure or other emergency. 1set SBT-40 Biological oxidation 2. provision is made for discharging the sewage directly overboard or for receiving it to the vacuum tank. This liquid is thoroughly disinfected as it washes against the chemical sterilizing tubes in the compartment. When raw sewage supply is resumed it may take some days before full bacterial activity is restored and this can result in imperfect treatment and the discharge of untreated sewage. Introduction In 1973. The partially treated sewage in the bio-filter chamber flows into the sterilizing compartment. Air from the blower causes circulation of the liquid and brakes up the solids then it also supplies oxygen to the microorganisms attached to the packing media. 2) Drainage from medical premises (hospital etc. The vacuum can be created by sewage powered ejectors. Its design complies with USCG Regulation 33 CFR 159 (1975) and has been certified by the UK DOT under IMO Resolution MEPC2 (VI).2 Sewage Treatment System Sewage Treatment Plant Maker : No of sets : Model : Type : Capacity : Discharge pump : Aeration blower : Taiko Kikai Industries. SEWAGE TREATMENT UNIT The treated water is collected in the sterilizing compartment then discharged overboard by discharge pump automatically with high and low float switches. Vacuum Toilet Collecting Unit The vacuum toilet system uses vacuum for sewage transport from toilets to the sewage collecting tank. The high level is alarmed on the ICAS.Finland 1set 0121 “EASYFIT” 5m3 4.) via wash basins. discharge valve and control mechanism are integrated into toilet bowl.0 m3/h at 20 mTH 0. SEWAGE STERILIZER LEVEL PROBE VENT OVER FLOW SCREEN PACKING MEDIA STERILIZATION COMPARTMENT BIO FILTER TANK DISCHARGE PUMP AERATION BLOWER OVERBD DISCHARGE AIR SCORE PIPE CLEANING WATER . and WC scuppers. When operating in restricted waters or in harbour. Ltd. It should be noted that the sewage treatment plant requires a throughput of raw sewage to keep the bacteria active. sewage may be discharged into the sea only as effluent from the working sewage treatment plant. To facilitate maintenance.

CHAMBER DRAIN CABIN DRAIN SOIL SUEZ WORKER'S RM COMM. PUMP .DK 50 50 50 50 SOIL DECK W/S HOTEL LAUNDRY OFF'S/CREW'S CHANGE RM 284VPJ 223VPJ 222VPJ 221VPJ 211VPJ 50 272VPJ 271VPJ 290VPJ 289VPJ 50 PS 80 P 80 65 288VPJ 150 100 80 CABIN DRAIN 100 FUNNEL DISPOSER 150 65 282VPJ 25 100 287VPJ 50 FS 210VPJ 209VPJ LAH 747 XA 899 TROUBLE 65 FS 118VPH 80 204VPJ VACUUM UNIT TK XA 898 TROUBLE FS FS FS LAH 898 ES 898 208VPJ 207VPJ 206VPJ 80 205VPJ PUMP START 898 PUMP STOP C P 25 50 50 201VPJ 203VPJ 120VPH 80 202VPJ 25 25 119VPH 25 117VPH 285VPJ 286VPJ ASS 898 150 VACUUM TOILET SYSTEM FROM FIRE LINE PRESSURIZING PUMP SEWAGE TREAT.UNIT SEWAGE DISCH. F U W T W M W M F U F U F U F U F U 80 80 S UPP.2a Sewage Treatment System REF. D W F GARBAGE STR HOSPITAL & DISP. LAV.3.9. HWB CORR.

3.2.3 Main Boiler 4.2.3 4. Seal Air and Flue Gas System Burner Characteristics Burner Assembly Boiler Gauge Board Automatic Combustion Control (ACC) Illustrations 4.2c 4.4 4.1a 4.3.2a 4.2.3b 4.1 4.2b 4.3.1.4a Main Turbine Overview Main Turbine Operation Main Turbine Control System Main Turbine Warming-up System Main Turbine Overview Main Turbine Overview Main Turbine Gear Arrangement Main Turbine Operation Main Turbine Remote Control System Main Turbine Control System Main Turbine Warming-up System Illustrations 4.2a 4.2d 4.1a Machinery Control Room Overview Machinery Control Room Console 4.2.3a 4.3.2 4.1 4.3.2.4 Main Boiler Overview Main Boiler Operation Burner Characteristics Boiler Control Systems Main Boiler Overview Main Boiler Mounting System Combination Burner System Boiler Pressure Rising Charts Combustion Air.2.2.3 4.3.1b 4.3.3b 4.4a 4.1c 4.3a 4.4b Illustrations .3.2.3.2.PART 4 : MAIN MACHINERY AND CONTROL 4.3.1a 4.1 4.2 Main Turbine 4.1.2.3.3.2 4.1 Control Room 4.2.3.

DEC. FULL AWAY BS SELECT BS SELECT BS SELECT BS O SWAP Boiler FO FO P LO Q Gas R Fire S E/R Fan T U Vent ALARM ACK O SWAP Boiler FO FO P LO Q Gas R Fire S E/R Fan T U Vent ALARM ACK O SWAP Boiler FO FO P LO Q Gas R Fire S E/R Fan T U Vent ALARM ACK O SWAP Boiler FO FO P LO Q Gas R Fire S E/R Fan T U Vent ALARM ACK ENT V CLOSE Air W Refrig X Miscellaneous Y Motor List Z Control Overview BUZZER STOP BZ STOP ENT V CLOSE Air ENT V CLOSE Air SPACE - W Refrig X Miscellaneous Y Motor List Z Control Overview SPACE - W Refrig X Miscellaneous Y Motor List Z Control Overview BUZZER STOP BZ STOP ENT V CLOSE Air NOR BY-PASS SAFETY SYSTEM NOR BY-PASS NOR BY-PASS RPM CONT.MCR) ENG OPE SYS PANEL CLOSE PANEL SELECT SHIFT SV REF V. MACHINERY CONTROL CONSOLE SERVICE TRANSFORMER 12.1 BLR FLAME SCANNER AMPLIFIER PANEL NO. BZ STOP SPACE - W Refrig X Miscellaneous Y Motor List Z Control Overview SPACE - BZ STOP POWER FAIL SYSTEM FAIL ON BY-PASS NO2 BOILER EMCY TRIP NO1 BOILER EMCY TRIP OVER SPEED PREVENTER OCR CONT. ICAS COLOR HARD COPIER 11.2 BLR FLAME SCANNER AMPLIFIER PANEL OIL MIST DETECTION PANEL SMS VDU SMS PRINTER 11 5 Shift ! 1 Q A Z S " 2 W F1 Alt Alt Gr Ctrl / / End Enter £ 3 X E D C F V T G B H N J M K < . INC. 46. 5. TRIP BY-PASS PROGRAM CONT. TRIP PRE WARNING ACT DEC. ICAS MACHINERY LOG PRINTER 9.AUTO. TABLE 4. 9 6 3 DEL CANCEL SELECT 7 4 1 0 8 5 2 . TRIP BYPASS AUTO SLOWDOWN ASTERN AHEAD CONT. 74. situated on the 2nd deck.2 MACHINERY CABINET MACHINERY CONTROL CONSOLE ICAS NO. LTD. SLOW SLOW FAST PANEL CLOSE ENG ON OFF PANEL CLOSE PANEL SELECT SHIFT SV REF V. DIRECT LEVER MATCHING (W / H . 2. NAGASAKI SHIPYARD & MACHINERY WORKS M/T CONTROL & TELEGRAPH LEVER WATCH POSOTION CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS WATCH POSOTION CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS 2 1 12 3 45 11 910 EMERG. 7.1 MACHINERY CONTROL ROOM OVERVIEW FIRE SHELTER UP UP 72 74 9 8 7 WINDOW 12 1. Tab Caps Lock Ctrl Esc | | ICAS MAIN TURBINE REMOTE CONTROL PANEL ICAS MACHINERY ALARM PRINTER ICAS NO. INC. VIBRATION MONITOR PANEL 3 ENGINE CONTROL ROOM LAYOUT 2 42. I. 9 6 3 DEL CANCEL SELECT 7 4 1 0 8 5 2 . TEL. 3. | F2 $ % 4 R 5 6 Y U I { [ F3 F4 ^ F5 & F6 F7 ( 7 8 9 0 - * F8 ) - F9 @ ' ? ~ # Shift F10 + Sys Rq Break = } ] F11 Back space Insert Home Page Up Enter Delete End Page Down F12 Print Screen Scroll Lock Pause 7 1 4 0 Num Lock Home Ins Del Num Lock 8 / 5 2 PgDn Caps Lock 9 * PgUp . 9 6 3 DEL CANCEL SELECT 7 4 1 0 8 5 2 . 9 6 3 DEL CANCEL SOOT BLOWER EMCY RETRACT 2 SELECT H Boiler Level HP Feed I J LP Feed SW Circ K CCS FW L M Dist Plant N Fire Fight 2 H Boiler Level HP Feed I J LP Feed SW Circ K CCS FW L M Dist Plant N Fire Fight 2 H Boiler Level HP Feed I J LP Feed SW Circ K CCS FW L M Dist Plant N Fire Fight 2 H Boiler Level HP Feed I J LP Feed SW Circ K CCS FW L M Dist Plant N Fire Fight BYPASS POSSIBLE BY-PASS IN PROGRESS BY-PASS START BY-PASS MANEUV. A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M 6 7 8 PRE WARNING EMERG. via the Integrated Control and Automation System (ICAS). 43. POSITION TURNING GEAR LAMP TEST ON MCR W/H W/H CCR DISENGAGE ENGAGE MCR M/S NO2 BOILER EMCY TRIP NO1 BOILER EMCY TRIP GAS BURN EMCY STOP MANEUV. SLOW SLOW FAST PANEL CLOSE ENG ON OFF PANEL CLOSE PANEL SELECT SHIFT SV REF V. AC220V FEEDER PANEL 20. SLOW SLOW FAST PANEL CLOSE 1 4 ON OFF F P R T PUSH TO TRIP REQUEST BY-PASS DEC INC DEC INC NOR BYP-ASS MATCHING (CCR. is where the necessary equipment and controls are located which allow the centralized operation and supervision of the engine room machinery. METHOD MATCHING IND.1 MACHINERY CABINET 1 43 LIFT 42 46 20 8. O L > . NO. 6 3 Scrol Lock - + . SLOW SLOW FAST PANEL CLOSE ENG ON OFF PANEL CLOSE PANEL SELECT SHIFT SV REF V. 72. P : . 4. TEL.1.MCR) OPE SYS TAB DETAIL CUSTUM GRAPHIC MONITOR MENU CONTROL MENU SYSTEM MENU ALARM SUMMARY EVENT SUMMARY OPE SYS TAB DETAIL CUSTUM GRAPHIC MONITOR MENU CONTROL MENU SYSTEM MENU ALARM SUMMARY EVENT SUMMARY OPE SYS TAB DETAIL CUSTUM GRAPHIC MONITOR MENU CONTROL MENU SYSTEM MENU ALARM SUMMARY EVENT SUMMARY TAB DETAIL SHIFT F1 CUSTUM GRAPHIC MONITOR MENU CONTROL MENU SYSTEM MENU ALARM SUMMARY EVENT SUMMARY 7 IMPOSSIBLE NOR BYP-ASS F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 ACKNOWLEDGE SHIFT F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 SHIFT F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 ACKNOWLEDGE SHIFT F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 * EXEC TURN TO RESET CSR SET FOCUS ALPHA GAPS Main Turbine M/T Remocon Elect Dist (HV) Elect Dist (LV) Gen Control Overview System Status EXEC CSR SET FOCUS ALPHA GAPS Main Turbine M/T Remocon Elect Dist (HV) Elect Dist (LV) Gen Control Overview System Status EXEC CSR SET FOCUS ALPHA GAPS Main Turbine M/T Remocon Elect Dist (HV) Elect Dist (LV) Gen Control Overview System Status EXEC CSR SET FOCUS ALPHA GAPS Main Turbine M/T Remocon Elect Dist (HV) Elect Dist (LV) Gen Control Overview System Status EMERG. AUTO SPIN PLANT MODE 1 SELECT A FD Fans B BMS Overview C ACC Overview D SH Steam E Aux Steam F Steam Dump G Exh Steam 1 A FD Fans B BMS Overview C ACC Overview D SH Steam E Aux Steam F Steam Dump G Exh Steam 1 A FD Fans B BMS Overview C ACC Overview D SH Steam E Aux Steam F Steam Dump G Exh Steam 1 A FD Fans B BMS Overview C ACC Overview D SH Steam E Aux Steam F Steam Dump G Exh Steam 7 4 1 0 8 5 2 .1. S.1 Engine Control Room Overview The machinery control room. OPSM8 OPSM7 OPSM6 OPSM5 M/T REMOTE CONTROL SUB PANEL FOR MCR PHONTECH MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES.

AUTO SPIN PLANT MODE 1 SELECT A FD Fans B BMS Overview C ACC Overview D SH Steam E Aux Steam F Steam Dump G Exh Steam 7 4 1 0 8 5 2 . 9 6 3 1 A FD Fans B BMS Overview C ACC Overview D SH Steam E Aux Steam F Steam Dump G Exh Steam DEL CANCEL SELECT 7 4 1 0 8 5 2 .L. TEL. 9 6 3 DEL CANCEL SOOT BLOWER EMCY RETRACT 2 SELECT H Boiler Level HP Feed I J LP Feed SW Circ K CCS FW L M Dist Plant N Fire Fight 2 H Boiler Level HP Feed I J LP Feed SW Circ K CCS FW L M Dist Plant N Fire Fight 2 H Boiler Level HP Feed I J LP Feed SW Circ K CCS FW L M Dist Plant N Fire Fight 2 H Boiler Level HP Feed I J LP Feed SW Circ K CCS FW L M Dist Plant N Fire Fight BYPASS POSSIBLE BY-PASS IN PROGRESS BY-PASS START BY-PASS MANEUV. SPACE - W Refrig X Miscellaneous Y Motor List Z Control Overview SPACE - BZ STOP POWER FAIL SYSTEM FAIL ON BY-PASS NO2 BOILER EMCY TRIP NO1 BOILER EMCY TRIP OVER SPEED PREVENTER OCR CONT. FULL AWAY BS ALARM ACK SELECT BS ALARM ACK SELECT BS ALARM ACK SELECT BS ALARM ACK O SWAP Boiler FO FO P LO Q Gas R Fire S E/R Fan T U Vent O P FO LO Q Gas R Fire S E/R Fan T U Vent O SWAP Boiler FO FO P LO Q Gas R Fire S E/R Fan T U Vent O P FO LO Q Gas R Fire S E/R Fan T U Vent ENT V CLOSE Air W Refrig X Miscellaneous Y Motor List Z Control Overview BUZZER STOP BZ STOP SWAP Boiler FO ENT V CLOSE Air ENT BZ STOP V CLOSE Air SPACE - W Refrig X Miscellaneous Y Motor List Z Control Overview SPACE - W Refrig X Miscellaneous Y Motor List Z Control Overview BUZZER STOP BZ STOP SWAP Boiler FO ENT V CLOSE Air NOR BY-PASS SAFETY SYSTEM NOR BY-PASS NOR BY-PASS RPM CONT. D. TRIP BYPASS AUTO SLOWDOWN ASTERN AHEAD CONT. INC. 9 6 3 1 A FD Fans B BMS Overview C ACC Overview D SH Steam E Aux Steam F Steam Dump G Exh Steam DEL CANCEL SELECT 7 4 1 0 8 5 2 .MCR) OPE SYS TAB DETAIL CUSTUM GRAPHIC MONITOR MENU CONTROL MENU SYSTEM MENU ALARM SUMMARY EVENT SUMMARY OPE SYS TAB DETAIL CUSTUM GRAPHIC MONITOR MENU CONTROL MENU SYSTEM MENU ALARM SUMMARY EVENT SUMMARY OPE SYS TAB DETAIL CUSTUM GRAPHIC MONITOR MENU CONTROL MENU SYSTEM MENU ALARM SUMMARY EVENT SUMMARY TAB DETAIL SHIFT F1 CUSTUM GRAPHIC MONITOR MENU CONTROL MENU SYSTEM MENU ALARM SUMMARY EVENT SUMMARY 7 IMPOSSIBLE F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 ACKNOWLEDGE SHIFT F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 SHIFT F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 ACKNOWLEDGE SHIFT F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 * EXEC NOR BYP-ASS TURN TO RESET CSR SET FOCUS ALPHA GAPS Main Turbine M/T Remocon Elect Dist (HV) Elect Dist (LV) Gen Control Overview System Status EXEC CSR SET FOCUS ALPHA GAPS Main Turbine M/T Remocon Elect Dist (HV) Elect Dist (LV) Gen Control Overview System Status EXEC CSR SET FOCUS ALPHA GAPS Main Turbine M/T Remocon Elect Dist (HV) Elect Dist (LV) Gen Control Overview System Status EXEC CSR SET FOCUS ALPHA GAPS Main Turbine M/T Remocon Elect Dist (HV) Elect Dist (LV) Gen Control Overview System Status EMERG.1a Engine Control Room Console AUTO. NAGASAKI SHIPYARD & MACHINERY WORKS M/T CONTROL & TELEGRAPH LEVER WATCH POSOTION CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS WATCH POSOTION CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS 3 4 5 2 1 12 A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M 6 7 8 11 10 9 EMERG. 50 100 120 ASTERN 50 100 120 SECOND ADJUSTER min-1 rpm AHEAD TEL-TAIL CUT SWITCH PORTAL MAN ALARM ENG. SLOW SLOW FAST PANEL CLOSE ENG ON OFF PANEL CLOSE PANEL SELECT SHIFT SV REF V. TABLE RPM OPSM8 OPSM7 OPSM6 OPSM5 COMMON BUZZER MONITORING FUNCTION STATUS No1. SLOW SLOW FAST PANEL CLOSE 1 4 ON OFF F P R T PUSH TO TRIP REQUEST BY-PASS DEC INC DEC INC NOR BYP-ASS MATCHING (CCR.1. TRIP BY-PASS PROGRAM CONT. SLOW SLOW FAST PANEL CLOSE ENG ON OFF PANEL CLOSE PANEL SELECT SHIFT SV REF V. LTD. 9 6 3 1 A FD Fans B BMS Overview C ACC Overview D SH Steam E Aux Steam F Steam Dump G Exh Steam DEL CANCEL SELECT 7 4 1 0 8 5 2 . I. TEL. DEC. METHOD MATCHING IND. PRE WARNING EMERG. INC.4. SLOW SLOW FAST PANEL CLOSE ENG ON OFF PANEL CLOSE PANEL SELECT SHIFT SV REF V.W.CALL WATCH DUTY POSITION SELECT SPM IND RUDDER ANGLE START ALARM KYMA ENGINEER ALARM SYSTEM SWITCH REPEAT BZ STOP PERFORMANCE MONITORUNG ASTERN VALVE AHEAD VALVE FIRE ALARM SWITCH GENERAL ALARM SWITCH F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 KDU-110 CONSOLE POWER SUPPLIES LAMP/BUZZER TEST TALK BACK SYS (MACH) . No2. OPSM8 OPSM7 OPSM6 OPSM5 M/T REMOTE CONTROL SUB PANEL FOR MCR PHONTECH MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES.W. D. TRIP PRE WARNING ACT DEC.MCR) ENG OPE SYS PANEL CLOSE PANEL SELECT SHIFT SV REF V.L. POSITION TURNING GEAR LAMP TEST ON MCR W/H W/H CCR DISENGAGE ENGAGE MCR M/S NO2 BOILER EMCY TRIP NO1 BOILER EMCY TRIP GAS BURN EMCY STOP MANEUV. S. DIRECT LEVER MATCHING (W / H .

095kW HP : HP turbine 4th stage IP : Crossover pipe LP : LP turbine 3rd stage LP turbine: 52. Steam at about 0. Steam enters through the astern manoeuvring valve.23.7 mm Vacuum : 722 mmHg at NCR with sea temperature of 27℃ Cooling water flow: 15. and transfers its energy to two.88MPaG at 510℃ at full away.600kW . The clearances between the labyrinth edges and the rotor are minimized to reduce steam leakage between the inner (high gland steam pressure) areas and the outer (low gland steam pressure) areas. at high load the steam will generally be spilled out of the system and at low loads the packing steam will need to be made up.9 rpm 2nd: 35. The need for the steam to make-up or spill changes with the turbine load.4. From the HP turbine the steam flows through the cross-over pipe to the low pressure (LP) turbine. gear type Capacity : 150 m3/h at 0. The seal water is cooled by a shell and tube type cooler with sea water. 8. the steam is supplied to the high pressure (HP) turbine through the nozzle group composed of five nozzle valves which are controlled sequentially for power setting of approximately 100%. For emergency independent operation of the LP or HP turbine. at 300mmAq Desiccant type Capacity : 50 m3/h 3 Vacuum Pump The vacuum pump unit consists of a motor driven rotary type vacuum pump.4rpm Main gearing : Main LO pump : Main condenser : Double helical. and exhausts into the main condenser.23. steam will enter the series of diaphragms from the turbine. 5.5 SCFM Gland Steam Labyrinth type seals are used at the both ends of the turbine rotors to prevent the steam in these regions from leaking to atmosphere and more importantly.0 rpm 3rd: 198. The LP turbine is of the impulse reaction single-flow type in which steam flows towards the forward side through the steam chest. arranged at the forward end of the LP turbine. double reduction gear Main turbine driven. 75%.02MPaG is supplied to the glands from a gland steam receiver mounted underneath the turbine.1 Main Turbine Overview Specification Maker : Type : Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd MS36-2A cross-compound. a seal water tank and a seal water cooler.e. tandem articulated. Seal water is supplied from the condensate water line and regulated by a float type operating valve integrated in the seal water tank. two-row Curtis stages. The steam flows across the two-row Curtis stages and eight Rateau stages and then to the exhaust chamber at the aft side of the HP turbine.600kW Descriptions Turbines The turbines are the cross-compound. Gland condenser : Gland exhaust fan : Dehumidifier : Horizontal shell and tube type Cooling surface: 20 m2 Capacity : 7 m /min. thickness 0. impulse/reaction HP turbine: one two-row Curtis and seven Rateau stages LP turbine: four Rateau stages and four reaction stages Astern turbine: two two-row Curtis stages Output : HP turbine speed : LP turbine speed : Propeller speed : Natural frequency Critical speeds : Overspeed trip : Steam condition : Direction of rotation : Astern maximum continuous speed : Steam bleed off : Maximum Normal . Air and non-condensible gases are drawn out and exhausted by the fan. Non-condensed air is extracted from the main condenser by pumping up and exhausted to atmosphere through the seal water tank. Vacuum pump : Water sealed rotary type Suction Vacuum: 722 mmHg Capacity : 4. and is effectively throttled across each stage causing its pressure to drop. straight tube type with the gland exhaust fan mounted on top.294 MPaG Single pass reheating surface type Cooling surface: 2. transfers its energy to four Rateau stages and four reaction stages and then exhausts into the main condenser. The HP turbine is of the impulse single-flow type. impulse reaction type.820m3/h Gland Steam Condenser The gland condenser is a horizontal. The steam enters the turbine through the main steam piping. The final very low pressure steam is led away to the gland steam condenser. effectively sealing it and preventing the ingress of air. Steam is supplied from the main boilers at 5. 50% and 20% . 110 % MCR ( 88 rpm ) 5. astern guardian valve.722rpm at MCR 3.1 rpm. Where the pressure in the gland housing is greater than the internal turbine pressure at the shaft exit point.2. looking from aft 56 rpm for a maximum of 2 hours abt. The seals are formed by radially slotting sections of labyrinths into the packing rings. to prevent air from entering the turbine where the internal pressure is less than atmospheric. which themselves are likewise slotted into the turbine upper and lower casings. Adequate axial clearance between the rotor and labyrinths allow for the designed axial movement and expansion between the rotor and the casing. Turbine gland leakage steam and air is collected in the gland condenser. It has cooling tubes through which the main condensate is passed to act as the cooling medium. the steam available from the gland steam receiver will be drawn through the gland. 1st: 21. consisting of high and low pressure turbines. The peak and trough edges of these labyrinths are located adjacent to corresponding square radial grooves machined into the rotor shaft. main steam strainer and stop valve. For ahead operation. 90%. The gland steam receiver releases excess steam through a control valve to the main condenser or receives steam from a make-up controller supplied from the HP exhaust steam range. .4 rpm.449rpm at MCR 80 rpm at MCR HP turbine: 60.3 “Solo Running of the Main Turbine”).88 MPaG and superheated at 510℃ Clockwise. i.860 m2 Tube size : Diameter 19 mm. Condensate passes through a loop seal and drains to the atmospheric drains tank. the flexible coupling should be removed and the cross-over piping changed for the emergency piping (See 9. towards the aft side. The astern turbine is of the impulse type. Where the internal steam pressure is higher than the pressure in the gland housing.

The condenser shell. interlocks it will prevent the main turbine’s steam nozzle valves and astern manoeuvring valve opening. Steam entering the condenser is guided around the boundary between the tube nest and the shell. When the turning gear is engaged.7. Both the HP and LP turbines are connected to the first pinions of the reduction gear by flexible couplings. The oil returns to the hull sump tank. The dump steam pipe is led into the condenser. two lubricating oil cooler. Safety Device The control oil mechanism will trip the main turbine nozzle valves for ahead or manoeuvring valve for astern under the following conditions : Tag No.1 MPa 538 ℃ 550 mmHgV 55 ℃ NOR+450 mm . An 11kW 1. 062 063 064 065 066 067 068 069 070 076 071 072 064 073 074 075 Lubrication The lubricating oil system (See 3.1 “Sea Water Circulating Systems”). This is controlled by the ICAS graphic screen LO Main Turbine. The main thrust bearing is located in a separate casing aft of the main reduction gear. two first gear wheels. by a scoop system (See 3. hotwell.1 “Main Turbine Lubricating Oil System”) consists of one main turbine driven lubricating oil pump. The main turbine driven LO pump supplies the turbine and gearing with oil when the turbine revolutions are above 68 rpm and the oil pressure is more than 0. which is connected to the HP first reduction pinion. fitted at the forward side of the condenser. It is mounted directly below the LP turbine at right angles to the axis of the turbine and the condenser neck is bolted directly onto the turbine exhaust flange.095MPa or an abnormality occurs in the operation of the turbine driven pump. Cooling sea water is supplied by a main circulating pump and when at sea and conditions are normal. Control oil to actuate the manoeuvring valves is supplied from the control oil pump. The condenser is of the regenerative type.2. preventing thermal damage to the tubing due to local overheating. the steam being water sprayed on entry in order to cool it. Thermal expansion of the upper part of the condenser in the longitudinal direction is accommodated by the deflection plate. Condensate flows down into the hotwell at the bottom of the condenser.730 rpm reversible motor driven turning gear of planetary type is provided and mounted at the aft end of the driving shaft. 082 083 084 085 086 087 088 089 Description Boiler steam drum water level high Boiler steam drum water level low Main steam pressure low Main steam temperature high Main condenser vacuum low One boiler tripped Stern tube temperature high Main condenser hotwell high Set Point +150 mm -150 mm 5. tandem articulated type. a pressure regulator. an emergency gravity tank and sump tank built into the hull. Description Manual trip Overspeed HP turbine rotor excessive vibration LP turbine rotor excessive vibration HP turbine rotor position excessive displacement LP turbine rotor position excessive displacement Lubricating oil pressure low Control oil pressure low Main condenser vacuum low Main condenser hotwell level high Both boilers tripped Boiler steam drum water level high Boiler steam drum water level low Spinning overspeed Turning gear engaged Safety system power failure Set Point 87. The first reduction gear wheels are connected through flexible shafts fitted with flexible couplings to the second reduction pinions. from where it is pumped out by the main condensate pump. If loss of electrical power occurs the bearings are supplied from the turbine driven pump and the emergency gravity tank. The reduction gear consists of two first pinions. Oil is drawn from the main engine sump tank and discharged to each bearing and to the gear oil sprayers after passing through the main turbine LO filter. The air and non-condensable gases enter the air extraction box at the centre of the tube nest from where they are removed by the vacuum pump. The trips are reset by pressing the RESET pushbutton.5. a temperature control valve. Gearing The reduction gearing between the turbine and propeller is a double reduction. The internal surfaces of the water chambers are lined with neoprene with sacrificial anodes fitted to help prevent corrosion. The condenser tubes are arranged for radial flow of the steam across them. two motor driven auxiliary lubricating oil pumps.11MPa.5 mm 50 kPa 500 kPa 500 mmHgV NOR+450 mm +240 mm -240 mm 12 rpm These safety devices will not reset automatically when the cause of the trip is corrected.5 mm 0.1 Main Turbine Overview Main Condenser The main condenser is a surface cooled. The water level in the hotwell is maintained by recirculating the condensate from gland condenser outlet back into the hotwell. two second pinions and one second gear wheel.1 – 88. and then towards the centre of the tube nest. which drive the second-reduction gear wheel or main gear wheel. whereby the steam entering the condenser gives up some of its heat to the condensate. This is achieved by guiding the steam flow as described above. the oil pressure is below 0. water chambers and dump steam chamber are all fabricated from steel plate and welded together.9 rpm 125 µm 125 µm 0. the oil cooler and temperature control valve. The air extraction box is positioned at the centre of the tube nest. The control oil mechanism will automatically slow down the main turbines under the following conditions : Tag No. This also has the added advantage of deaerating the condensate.4. The motor driven LO pump will start when the revolutions are under 64 rpm. a main lubricating oil strainer and bypass filter. The pinions drive the first reduction gear wheels. radial-flow type with a dump steam chamber.

VALVE ASTERN STEAM INLET LP TURBINE THRUST BEARING BLOCK ASTERN MANEUV.4. PUMP AHEAD STOP VALVE HP 2ND PINION 2ND WHEEL HP 1ST WHEEL .O.1a Main turbine Overview MAIN CONDENSER LP 2ND PINION LP 1ST WHEEL ASTERN GUARD. VALVE LOCAL GAUGE BOARD HP 1ST PINION HP TURBINE AHEAD EMERGENCY OPERATION GLAND EXH.2. FAN TURNING GEAR CONTROL OIL PUMP UNIT GLAND CONDENSER HP TURBINE STEAM INLET MAIN L.

4.1b Main turbine Overview .2.

2.4.1c Main Turbine Gear Arrangement SKELETON OF GEAR ARRANGEMENT LP SIDE 1ST PINION HP SIDE 1ST PINION FLEXIBLE COUPLING CONNECT TO LP TURBINE AHEAD 2ND PINION 2ND PINION LP 1st FLEXIBLE COUPLING FORWARD 1ST REDUCTION WHEEL GEAR 2ND REDUCTION WHEEL GEAR 1ST REDUCTION WHEEL GEAR MAIN THRUST COLLAR HP 1st FLEXIBLE COUPLING CONNECT TO HP TURBINE FLEXIBLE COUPLING CONNECT TO MAIN LO PUMP CONNECT TO TURNING GEAR LOOKING FORWARD 1ST REDUCTION WHEEL GEAR 2nd FLEXIBLE COUPLING 2ND PINION MAIN LO PUMP DRIVING GEAR (HP SIDE) COUPLING SLEEVE QUILL SHAFT .

Put the controller on automatic.4. (See 4. and place the other on standby.5.2 Main Turbine Operation Procedure for Start-Up Successful operation of the turbine depends on the manner of the warming through.2. CAUTION Before proceeding to the next stage ensure that the main stop valve. they should be done in the same manner as the automated function. o) Ensure that the vacuum pumps are supplied with sealing and cooling water and start one pump.02MPaG. Correct loading up times are programmed into the turbine control system.1 “Condensate Water System”) Ensure that both pump suction valves are open and that the recirculation system is ready for use. the astern guardian valve and the ahead nozzle and astern manoeuvring valves are all CLOSED. Steam turbines are built and operate with very close tolerances in their structure. it is possible for the level to drop due to leakage up to the deaerator. g) Set up the main turbine lubricating oil system and control oil system. checking for leaks should this not take place at the normal rate or fail to achieve the rated vacuum of 720mmHg at a sea temperature of 27°C. gearing and shafting to determine why they are not turning freely. k) Set valves for gravity tank supply and operation. Correct warming through and proper drainage is essential together with careful handling of load changes. The level in the hotwell will require monitoring and further topping up as necessary. the turbine must not be allowed to remain stationary for longer than 3 minutes. Warm the line slowly by opening valve 075VPA. Observe the amps being drawn by the turning gear motor. stopping and cooling down of the turbines. Should any of these functions need to be carried out manually. Start the gland exhaust fan.4MPa. Ensure that the main turbine manufacturer’s instructions are followed before any tow is commenced. j) Stop the gearing dehumidifier. Adjust the gland packing steam pressure so that it is about 0. c) Prepare the main condensate system for operation (See 3.4. taking the amount of oil to be placed into circulation into consideration. h) Vent any air from the LO coolers. Start one of the LO pumps from the same faceplate. then slowly open the valve. Ensure that the LO system is running. Start one of the condensate pumps with the discharge valve closed.5MPa CAUTION If the ship is to be moved using tugs or any other means of external propulsion. as are the opening of the drain valves and bleeds. make-up valve bypass 144VPF and main condenser filling valve 145VPF. It should be higher than normal to allow for filling of the recirculating pipework.10 .2. loading.15MPa 1. It is good practice to observe gear sprayers and any other oil returns that can be accessed and viewed without loss of oil. disengage the turning gear. 015VPK 014VPK Initial Checks and Preparation a) Start the cooling water systems (See 3. If the turbine is hot or gland steam is being supplied. The level control ensures that the level in the hotwell remains constant. Failure to do so may damage the turning gear due to the propeller idling whilst under way. (Note : The high pressure turbine casing inside temperature should be kept over 200℃ before try-engine. d) Open the gland leak off valve between the main turbine and the gland steam condenser. The level in the LO sump tank will drop as the system charges and may require topping up. Observe the vacuum forming in the condenser. f) Check the oil level in the main sump tank and top up as necessary. raising the main turbine steam line pressure to full pressure on the bypass valves on the stop valves 001VPA and 002VPA.1 “Sea Water Circulating Systems”) b) Check the water level in the main condenser hotwell. Check around the LO system for leaks. i) Set the LO temperature controller to 44°C from the ICAS graphic screen. The condensate will be recirculated back into the condenser through the recirculation valve until the condenser receives water from other drains or exhaust. or the risk of the rotors deflecting exists.4 “Main Turbine Warming-up System Systems”) n) Drain and warm through the supply steam line to the gland steam make-up system by crack opening the valve 057VPB to the system. whilst continuing to turn the turbine using the turning gear. and the very nature of the driving medium can lead to problems associated with thermal expansion unless due care is taken.) q) Start a control oil pump. p) Open the isolating valves of spray water piston valve for astern operation. It is therefore essential to keep the turbine turning gear in use and the LO system running to avoid localised heating. If these are higher than normal investigate the turbine. placing the valves as follows : Position Open Open Open Open Open Open Description Auxiliary LO pump discharge valves LO cooler inlet valve LO cooler outlet valve Automatic back flushing inlet and outlet LO coolers cooling water inlet valve LO cooler cooling water outlet valves Valve 003 / 005VPK 006 or 007VPK 008 or 009VPK 016 / 018VPK 071 or 072VPH 075 and 073 or 074VPH m) Warm through and drain the main superheated line from the boilers to the main turbine manoeuvring valve by opening the bypasses on the intermediate stop valves and raise the main turbine steam line to approximately 1. A flow of oil should be observed returning from the LO gravity tank and the control oil tank sight glasses. The preparation of the turbine for use is the responsibility of the operator. and that condensate is pumped up to the deaerator whilst still retaining the correct level. l) Engage and start the turning gear. The system oil pressures should be as follows : Main LO system : Control oil system : 0. Top up as necessary from the distilled water tanks through outlet valves 135VPF or 136VPF.4 – 1. then close the vent valves.2. During this initial period of little drainage into the condenser.1 “Central Fresh Water Cooling System”) (See 3. . Position Open Throttled Description Gravity tank quick-closing inlet / outlet valve Gravity tank overflow control valve Valve CAUTION The gland packing steam will start to heat the turbine. e) Check and record the axial position of the rotors at the cold condition.0. Maintain the warming through of the turbine and steam piping for at least one hour.

h) Turn the control mode switch to the LEVER position. the turbine must be slowed down until they cease and then be investigated. d) Close the main steam stop valves bypass 001/002VPA. change over control to the MCR. While the control of this plant is highly automated and of modern design. Ensure that the Chief Engineer is aware that the engines are about to be tested.85 MPaG 0. place the turbine in AUTOSPIN mode which will automatically turn the engine ahead and astern on steam until it is required. f) Press the WARMING THROUGH pushbutton to restrict the propeller shaft to 12 rpm during turning on the DIRECT switch. The switch is turned in the INC. e) Open the intermediate stop bypass valves to maintain the main steam pipes at the working temperature. Then in the INC. Should this fail to rectify the situation. Any further shutting down depends on the length of time the turbine is to be unused and any plans for maintenance.87 / 0. The program controlling the turbine will slowly increase the speed through a pre-programmed ramp. Ensure that the plant is physically checked. listened to and all senses used to detect early signs of problems. should any vibration be detected. Ensure that the manoeuvring and the astern guardian valves are closed. Settings for the Turbine Automatic Sequence Description Drain piston valves open / close Astern guardian valve open/close 1st bleed valve open / close 2nd bleed valve open / close Astern water spray valve open / close Set Point Slow Ahead / Half Ahead Slow Ahead / Half Ahead 0.30 / 0. using the DIRECT switch. b) Close the main and intermediate stop valves. b) Close the main turbine inlet valve 072VPA. c) Open the main steam stop valves 001/002VPA. Run up to Full Speed after Manoeuvring Following manoeuvring.2. c) Ensure that all the drains have opened. e) In the MCR. d) Engage the turning gear and start the motor.25 MPaG While AST governor or maneuvering valve not fully closed Securing the Turbine a) When finished with engines has been signaled. reset the turbine trips at the Main Turbine Operation panel on the ECR console. direction to close the astern valve until the Manoeuvring Valves Closed indicator light is lit. The bleed steam valves will open automatically at pre-programmed stages in the ramp allowing bleed steam into the systems they serve. In many ports the engine is required to be on ten or thirty minutes notice.4. there can be no substitute for good steam engineering practise. then the turbine will need to be stopped and further investigations instigated. This can be caused by rotor deflection due to poor warming up procedures. i) Upon completion of the tests. c) Disengage the turning gear. the turbine control system is set to full away on passage. The turbine must be observed and. g) Turn the main turbine astern and ahead a few times. CAUTION Do not allow the rotors to remain stationary for more than three minutes once the gland packing steam has been admitted. Failure to follow this advice could result in the rotors deflecting. Inform the bridge and request confirmation that it is safe to turn the engine on steam. direction to close the ahead valve and open the astern valve. A period of running at revolutions below those at which the vibration started can lead to the deflection lessening. a) Close the isolating valves of warm-up steam PCV (077/071VPA). Careful monitoring of the plant is required during this period of instability.2 Main Turbine Operation Testing the Engine before Leaving Port Ensure that the cargo manifold pipes are disconnected before testing the engine. direction to open the ahead valve and in the DEC. After a period of time the revolutions can be increased and the vibration monitored. . The automatic drain valves will be closed at the beginning of the run up period. to clear the steam lines of any condensation which may be present.

OF STOP) CLOSE DRAIN VALVES OF LO PIPING OPEN STOP VALVE FOR PACKING STEAM CONTROL VALVE (SUPPLY PACKING STEAM) CLOSE BOILER OUTLET INTERMEDIATE VALVE START START LEVEL CONTROLLER OF CONDENSER HOT WELL MOTOR DRIVEN LO PUMP CHANGEOVER START TO AUXILIARY CONDENSER FOR EXHAUST STEAM FROM AUXILIARIES GLAND EXHAUST FAN CHECK CLOSE : PACKING STEAM SPILL GATE VALVE CONDENSATE WATER SYSTEM & SEA WATER CIRCULATING SYSTEM OPEN AIR VENT VALVES OF LO PIPING OPEN SUCTION VALVES OF BOTH START OPEN COOLING WATER INLET & OUTLET VALVES OF LO COOLER VACUUM PUMP VACUUM PUMP STOP KEEP ABOUT 6 HOURS WHEN CONDENSER VACUUM DROPS TD ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE *1 *2 CONDENSATE PUMPS OPEN L. CONTROL AIR.2. VALVE OPEN : DRAIN VALVES SET ASTERN GUARDING.2a Main Turbine Operation *1 CONDENSATE WATER SYSTEM & SEA WATER CIRCURATING SYSTEM OPEN SEA WATER INLET & OUTLET VALVES OF MAIN CONDENSER SHUT DOWN OPERATION *2 LO SYSTEM SEE 3. ELECTRIC SYSTEMS MANOEUVRING. OPEN : ASTERN GUARDING VALVE : DRAIN VALVES. SUPPLY “MAKE-UP” WATER) LO TEMPERATURE CONTROL VALVE START GLAND EXHAUST VALVE TURNING GEAR (WITHIN 3 MIN. O.4. SPINNING OF TRY ENGINE (WITHIN 3 MIN.07 kPaa CHECK AGAIN OVERFLOW FROM CONTROL OIL TANK STOP MOTOR DRIVEN LO PUMP CLOSE BYPASS VALVE OF BOILER OUTLET INTERMEDIATE VALVE STOP AND DISENGAGE TURNING GEAR SET MANOEUVRING LEVER POSITION: STOP EMERGENCY HANDLE POSITION: STOP SLOWLY OPEN BOILER OUTLET INTERMEDIATE VALVE . : PACKING STEAM : MAKE-UP VALVE LOCKING POSITION: SPRAY WATER VALVES FOR STEAM DUMP AND ASTERN OPERATION ENGAGE AND START TURNING GEAR STOP ENGAGE AND START START MAIN CIRCURATING PUMP VALVES) CHECK CHECK CONDENSATE LEVEL IN THE CONDENSER HOT WELL (IF THE LEVEL IS LOW.1 *3 WARMING UP CHECK FINISHED ENGINE SLOW DOWN CHECK BLEEDER VALVE: CLOSE DRAIN & ASTERN GUARDING VALVE: OPEN CHECK OIL LEVEL & TEMPERATURE IN LO SUMP TANK CLOSE : MAIN STEAM STOP VALVE ASTERN MANOEUV. OF TURNING OPERATE) DELIVERY VALVES OF BOTH CONDENSATE PUMPS WARM-UP MAIN STEAM LINE CONDENSER CHECK NO MAKE-UP & SPILL TO MAIN OVER FLOW FROM GRAVITY TANK DISCHARGE PRESSURE OF LO PUMP MAIN TURBINE INLET OIL PRESSURE CONTINUE WARM-UP AT LEAST ONE HOUR STANDBY OPERATION STOP GLAND EXHAUST FAN CHECK OVERFLOW FROM CONTROL OIL TANK AND GOVERNOR HEAD TANK END OF WARM-UP STOP OPEN CONDENSATE PUMP VACUUM PUMP SUCTION VALVE START CONTROL OIL PUMP STOP & DISENGAGE CHECK TURNING GEAR MAIN CONDENSER VACUUM ABOVE 5. BLEEDER & DRAIN VALVES 4. VALVE AHEAD NOZZLE VALVE ASTEAN GUARD. SYSTEM CHECK MANOEUVRING DEVICE THE VALVES FOR SHAFT & SUCTION VALVE SEAL WATER 68∼61.2a Main Turbine Operation START UP / SHUT DOWN OPERATIONS START UP OPERATION CHECK STEAM. DRAIN.2. BLEEDER & SPRAY WATER VALVES “AUTO” OPEN WATER BOX AIR VENT VALVE OPEN ALL VALVES FOR LO PIPING (EXCLUDING NORMALLY CLOSE CHECK MANUAL HANDLE P0SITION OF FOLLOWING VALVES .3 kPaa DURING WARM-UP CHECK LO FLOW TO EACH BEARING AND GEARS WITH SIGHT GLASSES OPEN BYPASS VALVE OF BOILER OUTLET INTERMEDIATE VALVE CLOSE STOP VALVE FOR PACKING STEAM CONTROL VALVE START MAIN CONDENSATE PUMP CHECK OIL LEVEL IN LO SUMP TANK *3 WARMING UP OPEN AUTO.7.

NAGASAKI SHIPYARD & MACHINERY WORKS Introduction The turbine remote control equipment provides the interface between the operator and the main turbine. In the lever of "Telegraph power failure" Bridge wing control not available. AUTO SPIN PLANT MODE BYPASS POSSIBLE BY-PASS IN PROGRESS BY-PASS START BY-PASS MANEUV. LEVER and DIRECT. carrying out the commands in a preprogrammed sequence from consoles on the bridge (W/H). ABNR AUTO SLOWDOWN REQUEST AUTO SLOWDOWN BYPASS PUSH TO TRIP IMPOSSIBLE HAND TRIP TRIP RESET PUSH TO TRIP FULL HALF SLOW Main Turbine Remote Control (MTRC) Equipment The control levers are combined with the engine telegraph and signal the turbine command to the computer. central control room (CCR) and the machine control room (MCR). is carried out by the separate turbine management system operated through one of above positions. TRIP BYPASS LAMP TEST D/S SLOW CONT. which is moved to the desired turbine speed setting. electric and electronic circuits. The manoeuvring valves admit steam to the turbine at a rate dependant upon their position ahead or astern. TRIP PRE WARNING ACT DEC. PORT CENTER STBD DIMMER FOR MATCHING PORT CENTER STBD (SPARE) LEVER CONT.2.2. The turbine remote control system is integrated into ICAS. LTD. TRIP M / T CONTROL SYSTEM MATCHING (W/H-CCR/MCR) MANEUV NORMAL (SPARE) AUTO SPIN SHAFT STOP AUTO SPIN FAIL REMO-CON SYSTEM FAIL (SPARE) ASTERN GUARD V. one is duty and the other is standby. TRIP BY-PASS PROGRAM CONT. NAGASAKI SHIPYARD & MACHINERY WORKS IND. INC. The panel receives the commands signaled from the telegraphs and houses the components required to control the main turbine in accordance with the telegraph command. TRIP PRE WARNING EMERG. TURN GEAR ENGAGE NOR MCR M/S PORT STBD BY-PASS BEFORE ACCEPTANCE CONTROL ENSURE LEVER POSITION MATCHES W/H CONTROL POSITION CONTROL LOCATION LAMP TEST DIMMER FOR INDICATOR LOCATION ACK. and the hydraulic servo mechanism of the actuator of the manoeuvring valve. METHOD MATCHING IND. TRIP BYPASS AUTO SLOWDOWN ASTERN AHEAD CONT.4. CAUTION CONTACT CHIEF ENGINEERWHENEVER YOU OPERATE TRIP BYPASS SWTCH. The turbine remote control system signal is converted to movement of an electric positioning of governor motor. PRE WARNING EMERG. the ports in the pilot valve assembly are covered and no further movement takes place. The position of the telegraph lever and a changeover switch determines the mode to be used. TURN GEAR DISENG. POSITION TURNING GEAR • • • • LAMP TEST ON W/H CCR MCR M/S DISENGAGE ENGAGE Bridge Wings Main Turbine Control Panel M/T REMOTE CONTROL SUB PANEL FOR W /H WING CONTROL PANEL MATCHING IND. LTD. FULL Please change the control location after matching the order of WING LEVER and W / H CENTER LEVER.MCR) IMPOSSIBLE NOR BYP-ASS Wheelhouse Main Turbine Remote Control Console The main turbine remote control console consists of the following : • Telegraph transmitter with manoeuvring lever. mimic panel and miscellaneous electric and electronic signal circuits. PLANT MODE MAIN TURBINE REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM ALARM WRONG WAY REMO-CON SYSTEM POWER FAIL SAFETY SYSTEM POWER FAIL TELEGRAPH POWER FAIL AUTO SLOW DOWN PRE WARNING AUTO SLOWDOWN ACT EMERG. POWER FAIL SYSTEM FAIL ON BY-PASS OVER SPEED PREVENTER CONT. EXCEPT WHEN SHIP HERSELF IS IN EMERGENCY SITUATION MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES. It consists of the control computer. Control of the governor motor and solenoids which utilize the control oil to operate the manoeuvring valves. ahead or astern. DEC. FULL AWAY SAFETY SYSTEM NOR BY-PASS NOR BY-PASS NOR BY-PASS RPM CONT. stepped procedures. process signal interface units. LT INDICATOR TELEGRAPH DIAL . DIRECT LEVER MATCHING (W / H .3 Main Turbines Control System 4. The turbine remote control system consists of the following : Central Control Room (CCR) Main Turbine Control Console The main turbine manoeuvring control console consists of the following : • • • • • • Telegraph receiver with manoeuvring lever Manoeuvring valve lift indicator Lever position indicator RPM indicator Revolution counter M/T REMOTE CONTROL SUB PANEL FOR CCR Sub panel MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES. both wings. Main Turbine Remote Control Panel The Main Turbine Remote Control Panel (MCB3) is housed in the MCR. Telegraph lever position indicator Telegraph logger RPM indicator Sub panel TURN TO RESET EMERG. the command being processed and acted upon by the MTRC. Movement of the piston is fed back to the pilot valve assembly and when the piston has traveled the desired amount. The oil acting on the servo piston moves it in the desired direction and consequently moves the manoeuvring valve. (SPARE) IMPOSS. PUSH TO TRIP REQUEST BY-PASS DEC INC DEC INC NOR BYP-ASS MATCHING (CCR. This motor moves a pilot valve assembly which. by covering and uncovering ports. The system is of the electro-hydraulic type which consists of the dual control main computer.MCR) Control Oil System A control oil system is provided at the turbine and is independent of the main LO system. CONT.3 Main Turbine Control System Maker : Mitsubishi heavy Industries Ltd System Composition The main turbine remote operating system has two modes of operation. allows a flow of oil to the manoeuvring valve’s servo piston. START BY-PASS NOR BYP-ASS NOR BYP-ASS PROG. It is supplied by one of two pumps. IN PROGRESS TURN TO RESET D/S TURN TO RESET BYPASS STOP EMERG. The logic is designed to carry out the most suitable turbine and boiler operating procedures considering best practice and their limitations. EMERG. INC. The computer carries out the command for desired a change in turbine speed or direction through consistent. POSITION NOR RPM CONT ON RPM CONT BYPASS BYP-ASS W/H CCR CENTER BYPASS POSSIBLE BYPASS HALF ACKNOWL.

TRIP F/E S/B R/U SUB-TEREGRAPH 50 100 120 ASTERN 50 M/S REMOTE M/T EMERG. The turbine will trip if the auto spinning revolution reaches 10rpm. The valve lift will return to the lever position being put with the time schedule after recovering the boiler water level. To stop the automatic spin function from taking place change the ‘Auto Spinning’ from NOR to BYPASS. Description 082 • Boiler steam drum water level high 083 • Boiler steam drum water level low 084 • Main steam pressure low 085 • Main steam temperature high 086 • Main condenser vacuum low 087 • One boiler tripped 088 • Stern tube temperature high 089 • Main condenser hot well high • Over torque due to ice shock Set Point +180 mm -180mm 5. Where the abnormality of above Tag Nos. METHOD MATCHING IND. DIRECT LEVER MATCHING (W / H . TRIP PRE WARNING ACT DEC. The valve lift will return to the lever position being put with the time schedule after recovering the boiler water level. EMERGENCY GAUGE BOARD ENGAGED DISENGAGED LAMP TEST SPEED TABLE Tag No. otherwise the LEVER or DIRECT indicator light will flicker until the positions match. INC.2. Auto Spinning It is intended to prevent any sagging of the hot turbine rotors whilst they are stationary by turning the engine frequently in both directions but not for warming the turbines. TRIP BYPASS AUTO SLOWDOWN ASTERN AHEAD CONT. if the abnormality of the above other than Tag Nos. The reset is made by putting the lever to telegraph pointer of Ahead Full. Automatic Slowdown The main turbine is automatically slowed down when one of the following conditions occur : TELEGRAPH RECEIVER SHAFT REV. the automatic spinning system opens the ahead steam manoeuvring valve to a preset limit to turn the propeller shaft at 3 rpm and then close. When the lever or valve position is in Ahead Normal zone.2 “Main Turbine Operation”. When the engine is stopped between movements during manoeuvring and the following conditions apply. Once the propeller shaft has stopped the automatic spinning system opens the astern steam manoeuvring valve to turn the propeller shaft at 3 rpm and then close. FULL AWAY NOR BY-PASS SAFETY SYSTEM NOR BY-PASS NOR BY-PASS RPM CONT. lowering of the valve lift is stopped. 082 or 083 occurs. IND. AUTO SPIN PLANT MODE BYPASS POSSIBLE BY-PASS IN PROGRESS BY-PASS START BY-PASS MANEUV. to raise or lower turbine speed. the automatic spin function will operate : • The CONTROL MODE switch on the console is turned to the LEVER position • The telegraph lever is set at the STOP position • The AUTO SPINNING switch on the console is turned to the NOR position • The turning gear disengaged. LTD. otherwise the HANDLE MATCHING indicator light will flicker until the positions match. The location is displayed by an indicator lamp on all the consoles. TRIP BY-PASS PROGRAM CONT.7MPa until it reaches at a preset pressure and when the condition is recovered to a normal.) . INC. TRIP PUSH TO TRIP A H E A D A S T E R N N A V. bypasses the computer control system and actuates the governor servomotor directly when direct control is selected.3 Main Turbine Control System Machinery Control Room (MCR) Main Turbine Control Console The main turbine manoeuvring control console consists of the following : • • • • • • Telegraph receiver with manoeuvring lever Manoeuvring valve lift indicator Lever position indicator RPM indicator Revolution counter Sub panel M/T REMOTE CONTROL SUB PANEL FOR MCR MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES.15 MPa 538 ℃ 550 mmHgV 55 ℃ +450 mm EMERGENCY GAUGE BOARD (Note : The auto slowdown function can be cancelled by turning the AUTO SLOWDOWN switch to BYPASS on the console. NAGASAKI SHIPYARD & MACHINERY WORKS System Functions The turbine remote control system can perform the following functions : The automatic slowdown will be performed by three procedures as follows : 1. c) Select the control mode as LEVER then toggle switch.MCR) PUSH TO TRIP REQUEST BY-PASS DEC INC DEC INC NOR BYP-ASS MATCHING (CCR.2. lowering of the valve lift is stopped. PRE WARNING EMERG. POSITION TURNING GEAR LAMP TEST ON MCR W/H W/H CCR DISENGAGE ENGAGE MCR M/S Local / Emergency Control Panel at the Main Turbine Side (MS) (Note : When changing from neutral position to either Ahead or Astern. If the telegraph lever is placed on some position while the auto spinning. 084 occurs. CCR or MCR. When the abnormality of above Tag Nos. b) The control lever in all locations should be at the STOP position. • The telegraph lever or the direct manoeuvring methods match. a) Set the control location to MCR.) If the propeller shaft revolutions are less than preset revolution rpm for 20 seconds. the manoeuvring valve lift is lowered with a ratio of 100% per 40 seconds until it reaches at a preset valve lift and when the condition is recovered to a normal.) Operation of the Main Turbine Control System Preparation for Lever Control Prepare the main turbine for use as described in Section 4. the manoeuvring valve lift is lowered with a ratio of 100% per 0. Engine control positions may be selected as W/H. OVER SPEED PREVENTER OCR CONT. The turbine can now be controlled from the telegraph lever which initiates the control ramps and carries out all functions automatically. the turbine revolution will lower to the bottom of Normal zone (border between Navigation Full and Harbor Full). Use of the toggle switches on the machinery control room console. and 084 occurs. EMERG.MCR) 3. 082、083. • The propeller shaft is in stop (0.4. IMPOSSIBLE NOR BYP-ASS TURN TO RESET EMERG. 2. the auto spinning is by-passed immediately and the manoeuvring valve will be operated with the lever position. DEC. the governor oil pressure is dumped.1 rpm+15sec. The turbines should be started carefully as the conditions when they are started from cold state. POWER FAIL SYSTEM FAIL ON BY-PASS Transfer of Control Location The following conditions need to apply : • Telegraph lever position matches. FULL FULL HALF SLOW DEAD SLOW STOP DEAD SLOW SLOW HALF FULL FULL 100 120 min-1 RPM AHEAD TURN TO RESET TURN GEAR TRIP RESET E M E R G. CONT LOCATION M/S REMOTE EMERG.

The main turbine can now be controlled from the engine control room (or CCR). c) Turn the control mode switch from LEVER to DIRECT control. The indicator built into the telegraph lever will show the position in which the bridge telegraph lever has been placed. The main turbine can now be controlled from the bridge. Description Set Point 062 Manual emergency trip 063 Overspeed 87.1 rpm 064/065 HP / LP turbine rotor excessive vibration 125 µm 066/067 HP / LP turbine rotor position excessive displacement 1. d) The bridge operator acknowledges the change of control location by moving the wheelhouse console location switch from WHEELHOUSE to ECR (or CCR) and pressing the ACKNOWLEDGE pushbutton. Until this is acknowledged the wheelhouse telegraph lever is inoperative. The WHEELHOUSE CONTROL indicator lamp stops flickering and becomes steady. e) Pull out the lock pin on the manoeuvring wheel. This can be checked by observing the pointers indicating the current telegraph position and the remote telegraph position When the levers are all correctly positioned the HANDLE MATCHING lamp is lit. a) Ensure that the telegraph lever is in the STOP position and matches the bridge level. or DEC. The telegraph levers in the engine control room do not need to be moved. a) Telephone contact between the bridge and engine room establishes the need to transfer control. 101 107 107 108 108 108 110 111 111 115 118 121 121 122~139 141/142 143 151/152 153/154 155/156 157 158 159 In the event of the turbine remote control system failing. c) The machinery control room control location switch is moved from MCR / CCR to WHEELHOUSE. The WHEELHOUSE CONTROL indicator lamp begins to flicker and the buzzer sounds. The WHEELHOUSE CONTROL indicator lamp stops flickering and is extinguished. which will trip the control oil system. This can be checked by observing the pointers indicating the current telegraph position and the remote telegraph position.2. Alarms and Trips The main turbine is protected by alarms and trips which can be viewed through the ICAS system. Then the manoeuvring wheel is turned The WHEELHOUSE CONTROL indicator lamp begins to flicker and the buzzer sounds. b) The telegraph levers in all locations must be in the same positions.0 mm 068 Lubricating oil pressure low 50 kPa 069 Control oil pressure low 500 kPa 070 Main condenser vacuum low -67 kPa 071 Both boilers tripped 072 Boiler steam drum water level high +240 mm 073 Spinning overspeed 10 rpm 074 Turning gear engaged 075 Safety system power failure 076 Main condenser hot well level high +450 mm 110 Warming-up steam pressure high 1. CCR or ECR console.3 mm -80 kPa +300 mm Transfer of Control from the Bridge to the MCR or CCR a) Telephone contact between the bridge and engine control room establishes the need to transfer control. d) The bridge operator acknowledges the change of control location by moving the wheelhouse console location switch from ECR / CCR to WHEELHOUSE and pressing the ACKNOWLEDGE button. When the levers are all correctly positioned the MATCHING lamp is lit. control can be taken from the machinery side (MS).25MPa (Note : The colored TRIP function can be cancelled by turning the TRIP BYPASS switch to BYPASS on the wheelhouse.4. d) Operate the Control Mode switch at the emergency panel near the main turbine to the M/S position.2 Mpa 35 kPa 0 kPa 70 kPa 1.) Trips Tag No. b) The telegraph levers in all locations must be in the same positions.3 Main Turbine Control System Transfer of Control from the Engine to the Bridge M/T REMOTE CONTROLTo Change from Remote to Local Turbine Control SUB PANEL FOR MCR In bridge control the wheelhouse telegraph lever signals the MTRP directly.0MPa 70 kPa 1. position or using the manoeuvring wheel as described below. The ECR indicating lamp is lit. Description Inlet steam low pressure Gland steam high pressure Gland steam low pressure Low LO pressure Control oil low pressure LO filter high differential pressure Warming-up steam high pressure Main steam Inlet high temperature Main steam Inlet low temperature Astern steam high temperature (leakage) Astern steam drain low temperature Bearing LO high temperature Bearing LO low temperature HP / LP turbine thrust and bearing temperature Main gear bearing Main thrust pad HP / LP turbine vibration HP / LP turbine thrust bearing axial displacement Main reduction gearing vibration Main thrust bearing axial displacement Main condenser low vacuum Main condenser high level alarm Set Point 5. .15MPa 520 °C 490 °C 350 °C 300 °C 54 °C 34 °C 70-80 °C 60 °C 60 °C 75 µm 0. b) Ensure that the Manoeuvring Valve Closed indicator light is lit to confirm that the manoeuvring valves are closed.5 mm 250 µm 1. as required by the telegraph. The telegraph signal is acknowledged by turning the pointer switch to the flashing light at the speed required by the bridge. c) The engine control room (or CCR) control location switch is moved from WHEELHOUSE to ECR (or CCR). f) Turn the manoeuvring wheel in the direction required to operate the main turbines in the ahead or astern direction. g) Observe the position indicator below the wheel which will confirm the direction the manoeuvring wheel is being turned. The main turbine may now be operated turning the local DIRECT switch to either the INC. These are listed as follows : Alarms Tag No.

4. LIFT + POTENTIO METER TG TACHO GENERATOR MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES. MTR. MTR. LIFT SV1 RG1 GOV.3a Main Turbine Remote Control System 4. ASTERN MANEUVERING VALVE AHEAD NOZZLE VALVE A POTENTIO METER CCR / MCR TELEGRAPH LEVER ELECTRICAL POSITIONING CONTROLLER AHR AHL AHB TURBINE PROPELLER A V GOV.2. LTD NAGASAKI SHIPYARD & MACHINERY WORKS Main Turbine Remote Control System Control Diagram . POTENTIO METER POT ELECTRICAL POSITIONING CONTROLLER ASR ASL PI PV2 (ASTERN) B C MVS PV1 PWM (ASTERN) ASB POTENTIO METER POT SOLID STATE RELAY B GOVERNOR MOTOR GOV. LIFT SV1' PI CONTROLLER + + + PI PV2 (AHEAD) FG2 SV2 RG2 RPM SV2' PI CONTROLLER MVH PV1 PWM (AHEAD) SOLID STATE RELAY GOVERNOR MOTOR GOV.2.3a Main Turbine Remote Control System W/H TELEGRAPH LEVER PCS FG1 V GOV.

4. TRIP:125ƒÊm) 066 067 064 065 EMERGENCY TRIP DEVICE DESCRIPTION 063 AHEAD ASTERN HAND OVER SPEED L.OIL PAN φ3 SOLENOID VALVE (ASTERN TRIP) 40 *2 ASTERN GUARD VALVE *3 TO L.5MPa) CONTROL OIL PUMP MAIN STEAM GOVERNOR MOTOR φ2.5mm ALARM AFT 0. TRIP:-6.5mm ALARM &TRIP FWD 0.G.P.1 NO. TURBINE SOLENOID VALVE (AHEAD TRIP) 15 S 15 L.5mm ALARM ROTOR VIBRATION INDICATOR ALARM & TRIP DEVICE (ALARM:75ƒÊm.4 AHEAD STOP VALVE NO.O.2.ALARM (1.O.2 NO. TRIP:0.5 L.05MPa) 15 φ3 P 070 PS PRESS SWITCH (COND.5MPa) 069 PS PS 602 PI 108 L P 25 RELIEF VALVE (SET 1.O.5 25 FROM L.TURBINE PRESS SWITCH (LO.LINE *3 40 CONTROL OIL PUMP 40 50 CONTROL OIL TANK 25 SIGHT GLASS P ASTERN MANEUVERING VALVE S 15 *1 ELECTRIC POSITIONER WITH LIMIT SWITCH φ3 15 40 TO ASTERN TURBINE SUCTION STRAINER (100 MESH) *2 *2 15 15 25 TO R.LOW PRESS.) 25 25 φ2.P.3 NO.TURBINE HP & LP THRUST EMERGENCY ROTOR REVOLUTION DETECTOR TURBINE OVERSPEED TRIP DEVICE (TRIP: 110 }1%MCR SPEED) HP & LP ROTOR VIBRATION CONTROL OIL LOW PRESS BOILER H-H LEVEL BOTH BOILER TRIP AUTO SPINNING OVER SPEED * : WITH BYPASS SWITCH P P ELECTRIC POSITIONER WITH LIMIT SWITCH PI PS 068 NO.7kPa / 500mmHgV) 062 EMERGENCY TRIP SWITCH 15 40 MAIN CONDENSER *1 25 25 DUPLEX STRAINER (200 MESH) P 15 EMERGENCY HANDWHEEL VALVE POSITION TRANSMITTER STRAINER LIMIT SWITCH (VALVE OPEN) PRESS. MAIN CONDENSER LOW VAC.SWITCH PS 15 (CONTROL OIL LOW PRESS.LINE 40 H. DRAIN LINE 65 S 25 .5 AUTO START (9bar) CONTROL OIL LOW PRESS.3b Main Turbine Control System ROTOR AXIAL DISPLACEMENT ALARM & TRIP DEVICE AHEAD NOZZLE VALVE VALVE POSITION TRANSMITTER HP: LP: FWD 0. TRIP: 0. LOW PRESS.O.5mm ALARM &TRIP AFT 0.P. MAIN CONDENSER LEVEL HIGH MAIN STEAM STRAINER * * * * * * GOVERNOR MOTOR H.0MPa) SOLENOID VALVE (AST.GUARD V.LOW VAC.

turbine casing inside temperature is being kept over about 200℃.5MPaG/Temp.4MPaG/Temp.2. d) Confirm the warm-up steam valves 072VPA and 073VPA are being closed. c) Open the warm-up valve 072VPA slowly up to the full opening. the superheated steam temperature of main boiler shall be increased until the H. b) Confirm that the warm-up valve 073VPA is in auto mode and opened. turbine casing inside. TM 116 2 Caution If any abnormal noise and vibration is noticed./Temp.2. the following operation is carried out.P.: 301℃ HP Turbine Casing Inside (℃ ) HP Turbine Casing Outside (℃ ) Main Steam Temperature (℃ ) L.4 Main Turbine Warming-up System 4./Temp. Stop the turning motor and Disengage the clutch of tursning gear. Press. In: 173. 1) In case that the H. f) Open the drain valve 075VPA.DRAIN TK .P. 1) The H.0MPaG.: 1. 2) The H. stop opening of warm-up valve 072VPA and check the cause carefully.1 BLR AHEAD V. MANEUV. e) Confirm that the main steam temperature at the main boiler outlet is over abt.: 315℃ Turbine Stop Turbine Warming-Up HP Casing Temp.Electric current of the motor is shown extremely low and high Then check if the propeller is being turned by tide. the following conditions are to be confirmed. : 1. i) Close the drain valve 075VPA. a) Close the root valves 071VPA and 077VPA.2℃ /Out: 171.P. TM 116 1 OUT b) Close the warm-up valve 072VPA. (The warm-up of the main steam pipe starts) (2) Warm-up procedure for main main turbine a) Confirm that the maneuvering valve is in trip condition.0MPa) 073VPA 075VPA WARMIMG-UP STEAM CASING INSIDE (STEAM PRESS.0 ℃ /Out: 242. turbine casing inside temperature is descended down during warming-up. h) Fully open the root valve 077VPA valve and open slowly the valve 071VPA. turbine casing inside temperature is descended below about 200℃. b) Confirm the bypass valves of main steam stop valves 001VPA and 002VPA are being closed. : abt 650mmHgV) TO FLUSH CHAMBER HP 1ST NOZZLE GROUPS TO ATMOS. EFFECT OF TURBINE WARMING-UP SYSTEM AT PORT CONDITION Warming-Up Condition of Main Turbine at Port(For Reference) 500 450 400 350 Temperature ( ℃ ) 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 0:00:00 12:00:00 24:00:00 36:00:00 48:00:00 60:00:00 Passage Time after Turbine Stop (hh:mm:ss) Valve Opening of Warming-Up Line HP Casing Temp.P. stop warm-up operation and check the cause. . c) Confirm the root valves 071VPA and 077VPA of pressure reducing line are being closed. 350℃ and set the pressure of pressure reducing valve 074VPA at 1. turbine casing inside temperature is more than 200℃. 2) In case that the H. (1) Warm-up procedure for main steam piping a) Confirm that the maneuvering valve is in trip condition and the main steam stop valves 001VPA and 002VPA are being closed. V.P. If following abnormal is found. c) Open the main steam stop valves 001VPA and 002VPA. 076VPA FROM No. The turbine is to be ready for start-up at all times during the vessel's mooring or anchoring periods.4.2 BLR AHD NOZZLE VALVES 072VPA TRIP LS 074VPA 071VPA 077VPA WARMIMG-UP STEAM INLET (STEAM PRESS.P. (3) Warm-up finish When the stand-by for departure is close at hand.P.TURBINE OIO 050 P TRIP PS PAH 110 PM 110 PIC 110 PIC 110 001VPA 002VPA FROM No. turbine casing inside temperature rises up to 200℃.4 Warming-up Procedure The main turbine is in need of keeping in the temperature which is more than 200℃ at H. IN OIS 050 H.TURBINE S ICAS g) Open the bypass valves of main steam stop valves 001VPA and 002VPA. (The warming-up of the turbine starts) d) Confirm the the H.4 ℃ Main Steam Press.P. In: 243. Never stop the turbine longer than three minutes at ht condition.1 ℃ Main Steam Press. turbine inlet steam temperature is more than 300℃.: 1.P. e) Prior to the try-engine. Press.

Each boiler is of the two drum type construction. water tube.3. with one steam drum and one water drum and mainly consists of the boiler proper.65 MPa 7. + 0 sec. + 0 sec. high alarm: Low level alarm : High level alarm : Smoke density : +240mm +180mm -180mm +240mm -240mm 0.50 kPa 145 °C 120 °C 30 °C 38 °C 130 °C 179 °C 1. an internal desuperheater in the steam drum. 60%LEL 30 % LEL 5°C 75 kPa 0. +7 sec.79 MPa 3.34 MPa 530°C 0. a superheat temperature control desuperheater in the water drum. front and rear walls are of membrane wall construction. The remaining principal components of construction are a superheater.15 MPa 70 kPa 1.90 % Description High level (main turbine trips) : High level (main engine slowdown) : Low level (main turbine slowdown) : High level (boiler trips) : Low level (boiler trips) : Control air pressure low trip : FD fan stop (boiler trips) : Superheater outlet temperature high trip : FO pressure low trip : Atomizing steam pressure low trip : FO temperature low trip : All burners failure (boiler trips) : FO burning pump stop (boiler trips) : FG leak content high trip : FG leak content high alarm : FG temperature low trip : FG header pressure high trip : FG header pressure low trip : Feed water motor valve closes : Superheater outlet pressure high alarm : Superheater outlet pressure low alarm : Atomizing steam pressure low alarm : FO header pressure low alarm : FG header pressure high alarm : FG header pressure low alarm : FG Common line pressure high alarm : Superheater outlet temperature high alarm : Superheater outlet temperature low alarm : Desuperheater outlet temperature high alarm : FO temperature low alarm : FG temperature low alarm : Exh. The fins of the adjacent tubes are welded together to form the membrane wall.1 MPa 0.4.726 kg/h at normal evaporation 2 combined oil/gas Alarms and Trips Tag No. flue gas outlet temp. of burners : Safety Valve Settings Drum high set : Drum low set : Superheater : Economizer : 7. steam pressure : FD fan outlet pressure : Economiser inlet temp : FO burner heater temp : BOG heater temp : Air heater inlet temp : Air heater outlet temp : Economiser gas temp : O2 content : 6. fuel and gas firing equipment.3 MPa 80 °C + 5 sec. the economiser. gas eco. before discharging through the economiser and into the flue. +7 sec. economiser.60 MPa 6.200kg/h 6. The unit is composed of a steam drum and a water drum connected by a bank of inclined generating tubes.2 MPa 0.35 MPa 0. This forms a gas tight envelope around three sides of the furnace and prevents gas leaking into the casing.30 MPa 32. The furnace is enveloped on three sides.1 Main Boiler Overview Maker : Mitsubishi No. The combination burners are roof mounted and therefore the gas flow is evenly distributed across the front bank. superheater and generating bank tubes. +12 sec. and running the length of the tube. opposite each other. of sets : Mode l : Type : Maximum evaporation : Normal evaporation : Steam condition : Fuel oil consumption : Gas consumption : No. by the membrane construction.000kg/h 46. roof fired 55. the roof and the floor.322 kg/h at normal evaporation 2. boiler casing.2 MPa 5.03 MPa x 515°C at superheated steam 3. Each tube has two fins welded to it. Other water side components include : • Front screen tubes shielding the superheater elements from the direct radiant heat of the furnace • Side and roof water wall • Front and rear water wall tubes • Downcomers • Bottom headers • Roof and bottom front wall headers • Roof and bottom rear wall headers • Front and rear wall riser pipes The tubes in the furnace floor.07 MPa 2 sets Mitsubishi MB-3E Two drum. 4 .40 MPa 9.0 kPa 150 kPa 525°C 480°C 400°C 90 °C 15°C 235°C -130mm +130mm Ringelman +10 sec. steam air heater and the casing. mountings. fittings and other accessories. air heater. +12 sec. sides and roof.58 MPa 1.7 kPa +220mm 6. 072 082 083 463 464 465 466 467 468 469 470 471 474 479 479 481 487 492 497 502 502 504 506 507 507 507 511 511 512 513 514 518 521 521 521 General Construction Set Point Operating Parameters at Normal evaporation Drum pressure : FO burner header press : BOG header pressure : Atom. superheater.5 kPa 0.

The economiser is made up of closely spaced. the steam must pass through the dry box located at the top of the steam drum. The outer casing is corrugated steel plate coated with heat resistant paint. The baffle is intended to reduce the surging of the water level due to hard steaming. Failure to do this could result in the sliding feet seizing and subsequent damage to the boiler as it expands. Superheater The superheater is of the vertical. The economiser is insulated and surrounded by a steel casing with large removable access panels. Guide castings are welded to the superheater elements and to the generating tubes. chemical feed line. access doors and sootblowers.1 Main Boiler Overview Drum Internals The steam drum internals consist of the desuperheater. floor and roof are of 63. through which some of the superheated steam is diverted to control the final superheat outlet temperature. giving up most of its degree of superheat to the water within the drum and emerging as reduced heat auxiliary steam. Where openings in the furnace walls are required for burners. The water drum located at the bottom of the boiler.) . (Note : The boiler sliding feet should be inspected and cleaned as frequently as possible and should be greased at least every 600 hours. Grease fittings are provided on the front and rear saddles of the water wall header.5mm diameter. The grooved saddles are free to move to allow for expansion of the boiler as it warms up. Superheated steam is fed through the tubes. interbank. outlet and intermediate headers run parallel to the water drum. A submerged tube desuperheater is located in the steam drum below the normal water level. continuous loop elements. The upper water wall headers are connected to the steam drum by riser pipes. The furnace water wall tubes are backed up with insulation and supporting back stays that allow for expansion. surface blow line.8mm diameter. All the elements are supported at the front and rear side by tube plates. This is counter to the gas flow which passes upwards over the elements. External downcomer tubes are placed outside of the boiler casing and provide ample circulation of the water from the steam drum to the water drum. Economizer An extended surface type economiser is placed above the boiler tube bank. Saddles Saddles are provided under the water drum and the front and rear water wall headers to support the boiler. the water wall tubes are bent around them and then back to their original plane. houses a submerged tube desuperheater. before entering the upper part of the steam drum. the ends of which are welded into inlet-outlet headers and intermediate headers. Each header is separated internally by welded steel diaphragms to direct the steam flow through five passes between the headers. convection type and arranged for multipass steam flow. Feed water enters the inlet header at the top and flows through the elements to the bottom header and from there to the boiler steam drum. Both steam and water drums are fitted with swinging manhole covers to allow entry and inspection. bottom header and the front and rear water wall headers. Steam generated in the boiler tubes enters the steam drum where it is forced to enter a baffle located at the normal water level. grooves and grease fittings to allow for easy movement and lubrication. whilst the tubes forming the front and rear walls are of 50.4. The superheater inlet. The furnace front and rear tubes are arranged from the lower to upper water wall headers. The superheater elements are arranged in groups of six concentric hairpin loop elements. baffles and dry box. welded to the terminal headers at each end. internal feed pipe. They terminate in the steam drum. Desuperheated steam is supplied in this way to ensure that there is always a flow of steam through the superheater even when the demand for superheated steam is low. The water cooled furnace floor tubes leave the bottom header to transverse the floor before bending upwards to form the furnace side and roof. The outside of the terminal headers are provided with hand holes to allow access. connected by U-bends to form an integral loop. The tubes forming the furnace sides. Furnace As previously described. sudden load changes and any vessel movement. This ensures that the superheat tubes are not damaged by overheating during low steam flow conditions.8mm diameter carbon steel with a spiral steel fin. the furnace walls are of the membrane construction.3. The arrangement of the elements is such that the superheater tubes are parallel to the boiler generating tubes. The rear saddle under the water drum is fixed and the front saddle has slotted bolt holes. Each element tube is 50. Drainage is through small openings in the lower edge of the diaphragms. The dry box separates larger water particles from the steam and helps to prevent or reduce carry over of water with the steam. Before leaving the boiler through the steam outlet nozzle. These sliding supports help to maintain the alignment of the superheater elements.

.200 rpm and 130 / 300 kW The decreasing of burner numbers. automatically positioned by the combustion control equipment. The operation of increasing the number of burners is automatically operated by the automatic combustion control signal. Flame Eye Seal Air Fan Maker : Air flow : Drive : Onishi Electric Industry Co. forced draft air register and a fuel oil shut off valve. one is running. The air temperatures can be monitored on the ICAS BOILERS AIR SUPPLY graphic screen.7 kW Two fans are situated on the upper deck and are controlled by adjustable vanes. and remotely operated by pushbutton when necessary. The fans are started and stopped from the ICAS and high / low speed is changed by automatic combustion control signal automatically.1 Main Boiler Overview Forced Draft Fans Maker : Air flow : Drive : Osaka Blower 950 / 1.3.110 / 1. however. the other is stand-by.900 m3/min. 900 / 1. sootblower gas seals and the sealing connection for the superheater header casing. Seal air from the FD fan ducting provides sealing air to the furnace peepholes. The outboard fans are arranged to supply their respective boilers. Two seal air fans are supplied. The seal air fan provides cooling and sealing air to the burner flame eyes and smoke indicators.24MPa depending upon the plant conditions.2 burner on each boiler should be stopped manually at ICAS screen or local. can not be performed automatically. Each air heater has inlet steam isolating valve 268B. Steam Air Heater The boiler has a steam air heater to heat the combustion air before entry to the wind box and the furnace. No. The ICAS displays the following : • Winding temperatures • Single phase failure • Vibration alarms • Running high speed • Running low speed • Failure alarm • Local or remote control • Position of the crossover damper Control of the fans is from the Automatic Boiler Control system incorporated with the ICAS. 3. 2nd bleeder or make-up steam up from the 0. Combined Oil and Gas Burners The boiler is fitted with two combination fuel oil and gas burners mounted in the furnace roof wall.4. The fuel oil burner is a steam assisted pressure jet type consisting of atomizer gun.600 rpm and 3. The steam is supplied from the main turbine 1st bleeder. Ltd 4 m3/min. The fuel is distributed to the burners from a burner manifold and branch connection pipe.

INLET) AIR AT F.000 46.O.W.200 76.03 515 145 38 88.1a Main Boiler Overview PERFORMANCE DATA FLUE GAS OUTLET EVAPORATION (kg/h) NORMAL MAXIMUM MB-3E 55.O. INLET HEADER MANHOLE ECONOMIZER INSPECTION HOLE STEAM PRESSURE (MPa) DESIGN SUPERHEATER OUTLET (WORKING) ℃ ) TEMPERATURE AT NORMAL (F. MANHOLE (FRONT) RISER PIPE ROOF HEADER MANHOLE DOWNCOMER BOTTOM HEADER INTERMEDIATE HEADER DOWNCOMER DOWNCOMER DESUPERHTR INLET PIPE SUPERHEATER SUPPORT TUBE SUPERHEATER TUBE REAR BANK TUBE DOWNCOMER DOWNCOMER FRONT BANK TUBE ROTARY SOOT BLOWER WATER WALL SIDE & ROOF TUBE OBSERVATION HOLE OBSERVATION HOLE LONG RETRACTABLE SOOT BLOWER DOWNCOMER OBSERVATION HOLE (FRONT) OBSERVATION HOLE OBSERVATION HOLE ROTARY SOOT BLOWER MANHOLE (FRONT) MANHOLE (FRONT) DOWNCOMER MANHOLE WATER DRUM WATER DRUM MANHOLE (FRONT) BOTTOM HEADER BOTTOM HEADER (FRONT & REAR) DOWNCOMER DOWNCOMER MANHOLE BOILER FRONT SUPERHEATER HEADER . %) BOILER EFFICIENCY EXCESS AIR AIR INLET FEED W.4.5 10 SOOT BLOWER FEED W.MODE. SUPERHEATER OUTLET FEED WATER (ECON.MODE.D.3. OUTLET MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN DATA AT NORMAL (F.L. OUTLET HEADER SATURATED STEAM PIPE SUPERHEATER INLET & OUTLET HEADER MANHOLE (FRONT) STEAM DRUM N.5 6.F.

e) Using the MANUAL pushbutton on the Boiler Gauge Board.) . Close the vents when all air has been expelled and water issues from them. 74B and the superheater primary stop valves 134B. h) Open the superheat header drains 72B. f) When the Purge Finish light is lit turn the EMERGENCY Mode switch to the BURN position. This is to initially prove that they are operating and not blocked.2. o) Check that all the level gauge and instrumentation root valves are open and that their drains are closed. Preparation of the Fuel Oil System and Initial Firing In this case the initial firing of the boiler is carried out at the boiler gauge board BGB using the base burner.2 “Boiler Feed Water System”). When the plant is being started from cold the auxiliary condensate system will need to be prepared (See 3.2.4 “Boiler Fuel Oil Service Systems”. clean of oil and combustible materials and the refractory checked to be in good condition. Using the cold start feed pump. a) With reference to section 3.4. j) Open the superheater starting vent (cold start) valve 73B. Then bring up to the normal water level via the main feed line. k) Open the saturated steam pipe vent valves 49B. f) Check that the drum manholes and header hand holes are properly closed. d) Close the drain valves of the level gauges. c) Start the fuel oil burning pump. l) Open superheater starting vent valve outlet drain valve 148VPC. All feed valves are considered initially closed. At the boiler gauge board d) Turn the EMERGENCY Mode switch from NOR to the PURGE position. 76B. k) If the burner does not ignite. g) Turn the FO Shut Off Valve switch from the CLOSE position to the OPEN position. CAUTION The superheater starting vent valves 73B and 74B must be open while the boiler is being fired under no normal steam flow condition. c) Check dampers for operation and indication. m) Open control desuperheater drain valve 137B. 77B. Position Description Valve 008VPF Open Cold start feed pump suction from distilled tank 135 or 136VPF Open Distilled water tank suction 025VPF Open Cold start feed pump discharge 11B Open Auxiliary feed line valve 12B Open Auxiliary feed line valve 7 & 8B Open Economiser header vent valves 019 & 020VPF Open Feed line high point vents 4B Open Main feed check valve b) Fill the boiler through this system and vent all air from the economiser and feed water lines.6. n) Open steam temperature control valve 130B. set up the boiler fuel system with diesel oil as the fuel supplied and recirculating at the burner header rail.3. Observe the process from the furnace top and ensure that there are no leaks of fuel or air. Procedure for Filling the Port Boiler and Establishing the Correct Water Level Initial filling of the boiler with distilled water can be achieved by pumping distilled water either from the atmospheric drain tank or directly from the distilled water storage tanks. The process is manually operated. This can be mixed into a solution and poured through the steam drum door prior to closing up or. j) Turn the base Burner FO switch from the CLOSE position to the OPEN position. Set up the valves to supply atomising air to the burner.1 “Condensate Water System” and 3. ensuring that the gags have been removed. Prior to filling the boiler the feed treatment chemical manufacturer’s recommended initial dose should be applied.2. turn the FO switch to the CLOSE (within 10 seconds after switching to the OPEN on the step j). 50B. b) The furnace gas passages and air passages should be clear. It can take some time to stabilise after the boiler has been in use and the static heads establish. Position Open Regulate Open Close Description Main feed control valve inlet and outlet Main feed control valve 1.3 “Boiler Water Sampling and Treatment System”). as follows. c) Fill the boiler to about 100 mm below the normal level in the gauge glass. The valves may remain open as they are non-return. 135B and 136B. Stop the cold start feed pump once the required water level has been achieved. that the fire is clean and sitting correctly in relation to the quall. open fully the FD fan inlet vanes to conduct a furnace purge. g) Check that the boiler access doors. 78B.2 Main Boiler Operation Preparation of the Boiler for Firing from Cold Preliminary Checks a) All internal parts of the boiler and tubing should be free of debris. repeat the steps from e). the auxiliary condensate system will be running and no further preparation of it is necessary. h) Turn the base Burner Igniter switch from the OFF position to the ON position. a) Set up the valves as follows for using the cold start feed pump. This commences the lighting up sequence. i) Adjust the furnace air pressure to 150 mmAq on the wind box gauge. In the case of one boiler and the plant operating normally. with due consideration for the effects of water hammer and mechanical shocking. (Note : It is unwise to rely upon the remote level gauging at this stage.0MPa desuperheater cooling root valves Auxiliary feed line valve Valve 1 & 20B 26B 051 & 052VPF 11B d) Briefly open the water level gauge drain valves and ensure that they are clear and that the level in the gauge reacts. pumped into the steam drum using the chemical injection equipment (See 3. At the group starter panel in the main switchboard room b) Start the FD fan. and that the flame eyes are reading the flame. air duct and gas duct access doors and header casing doors are properly closed. which takes suction from the distilled water storage tanks via pump suction valve 008VPF. e) Check the operation of the safety valves easing gear. All casings are to be secured in position. 138B. i) Check that all water wall header drains and blow down valves are shut.

4. d) Close the drain valves of the level gauges. The feed pump can be left running. without shutting down the auxiliary feed system.3. place the water level control to automatic. line up the main feed to the boiler by clicking on and opening the motor driven valve 20B. always use the secondary of the two valves. This allows the heat generated to even out and prevent thermal shocking due to uneven expansion.2MPa. l) Check that all the level gauge and instrumentation root valves are open and that their drains are closed. In addition to monitoring the rate of increase in the steam pressure compared to the graph. The best solution is to fill the second boiler whilst raising steam in the first boiler. k) Open the drum vent valves if not already open. the degree of superheat being achieved at the superheated steam outlet can be determined. start one of the main feed water pumps. air duct and gas duct access doors and header casing doors are properly closed. It may now be possible to shut the superheater vent as sufficient steam is being consumed in the auxiliaries to maintain a safe flow through the superheater. with suction from the deaerator. Ensure that all systems previously in manual control have been placed to AUTOMATIC. This is done to protect the primary valve seat from damage due to cutting and erosion by the steam. synchronise and apply load. continue to raise steam over the time period specified. with due consideration for the effect of throttling across the auxiliary feed valve 11B. e) Check the operation of the safety valves easing gear ensuring that the gags have been removed. control the feed to the boiler with the valve set to manual. CAUTION When controlling steam flow through any of the boiler and steam line drains. Line up the valves as follows : Position Open Open Open Open Open Description Deaerator outlet valve Feed pump suction valves Feed pump recirculating valves Feed pump recirculating line to deaerator valve Feed pump main feed discharge valves Valve 001VPF 002. 003VPF 031.5MPa. close the vent. . to pull the fire out after about five minutes. with suction from the distilled tank. Procedure to Fire a Boiler with the Other Boiler in Operation With one boiler in use and the plant operating normally the second boiler can only be fired on fuel oil. All casings to be secured in position. It may now be necessary to throttle in the superheater vent in order to raise steam pressure at the rate shown on the graph. n) With reference to the steam raising graph. When the steam pressure reaches 0. 2) Using the cold start feed pump via the auxiliary feed line. They can be throttled in on the secondary valves in case the steam severely spurts. including the local control panel. when the pressure is about 0. o) Secure the burner in operation. particularly where refractory repairs have taken place.5MPa. to the REMOTE position.4MPa below full pressure. This is not possible if the boiler has been shut down and drained for repairs with the plant running on the other boiler. The boiler safety valves should be carefully tested.0MPa. This will be achieved by option 2. s) Warm through and drain the superheated steam lines to the turbine generators. Preliminary Checks a) All internal parts of the boiler and tubing should be free of debris. adjusting the fuel air ratio as necessary to optimize combustion. by using the easing gear to lift the disc well clear of the seat.1MPa and steam is issuing from the drum vent. start the turbine generator. When the boiler pressure reaches about 2.) m) Maintain the fuel pressure at 0.2 Main Boiler Operation (Note : It would be prudent. start warming through the desuperheated steam system (See 3. All safety overrides must be restored to normal. Until the automatic level control has stabilized. The superheater and desuperheater header drains should remain open until drained completely. Recirculate fuel oil until the fuel temperature has reached about 120°C at the burner rail.6Mpa fuel oil pressure in accordance with the steam raising graph. not diesel oil. using the condensate system.3 to 0. Carefully monitor the conditions and adjust the vent and drains accordingly. using the cold start feed pump.35MPa. b) The furnace gas passages and air passages should be clear. When the boiler has reached the operating pressure and combustion control is being regulated in automatic by the ICAS. its output will be limited by the available steam pressure. p) Start to warm through the main superheat lines to the feed pumps. h) Open the superheater header drains.1. 014VPF (Note : By using the steam tables. Expansion of the boiler contents will cause the level to rise initially and may preclude the need to add any water before a feed pump can be brought into operation. During this operation and whilst the steam drum pressure is still less than 0. Open the superheater vent and the superheat primary stop valves. if not already established. fed from the distilled tank. t) Close all the drain valves. the rate of increase in the superheat temperature should also be observed. Prepare the main feed system for operation. 032VPF 036VPF 012.35MPa and atomizing steam and continue to raise the steam pressure with 0. i) j) Check that all water wall header drains and blow down valves are shut.) r) With reference to the Feed Water Supply screen. A short strong blow of steam should be released before letting the valve disc reseat sharply.4 “Boiler Fuel Oil Service Systems”). it will be possible to maintain the water level using the auxiliary condensate system. f) Check that the drum manholes and header hand holes are properly closed.1 “Turbo Generators”. c) Check dampers for operation and indication. leaving the primary valve fully open. Relight the boiler using fuel oil at 0. g) Check that the boiler access doors.2 “Steam Systems”). When the drum pressure reaches 0. Procedure to Fill the Second Boiler with Water There are two options available : 1) Using the cold start feed pump via the auxiliary feed line. clean of oil and combustible materials and refractory checked to be in good condition. Start to warm the heavy fuel oil in the settling tanks and prepare the fuel oil heaters for operation (See 3.6. Prepare one of the turbine generators for service as described in Section 5. Leave the diesel generator on load until the boiler has stabilised on full automatic control. q) When the steam pressure reaches about 1. Clicking on the feed regulating valve 26B faceplate allows it to be opened and manual control to be taken. This still leaves the problem of maintaining the level during the early stages of raising pressure.

3 to 0. This is done to protect the primary valve from damage due to cutting and erosion by the steam. b) Start the forced draft fan with the vanes closed from the local control panel or from the forced draught fans and air heaters faceplate. the degree of superheat being achieved at the superheater steam outlet can be determined. to pull the fire out after about five minutes. IGN RATE and IGN AIR lamps go off.) i) Line up the main feed to the boiler by opening the motor driven valve 20B at local or group starter panel. • The FO BNR V/V (up stream) lamp goes on as the base burner FO valve (up stream) opens. This method is known as ‘floating the boiler on line’. circulate fuel oil until the temperature has reached a minimum of about 120°C at the burner rail.4. control the feed to the boiler with the valve set to manual. it will begin to overcome the check valve and feed into the desuperheated steam system. • The FO CONT V/V. The fuel pressure at the fuel rail should be 0. • The FO BNR V/V (downstream) lamp goes on as the base burner FO valve (downstream) opens. leaving the primary valve fully open. l) As the boiler desuperheated steam pressure reaches the same pressure as the output from the on line boiler.1MPa and steam is issuing from the drum vent. 12B b) Fill the boiler through this system and vent all air from the economiser and feed water lines. g) With reference to the steam raising graph. clicking on the feed regulating valve 26B faceplate allows it to be opened and manual control to be taken. the rate of increase in the superheat temperature should also be observed. adjusting the fuel / air ratio as necessary to optimise combustion. set the air flow to about 25%. Regulate the boiler water level using the auxiliary feed valve 11B. Position Open Open Open Open Description Economiser header vent valves Feed line high point vents Cold start feed pump suction from distilled tank Cold start feed pump discharge valve Valve 7B. The boiler can be placed in automatic combustion control from the ICAS faceplate. always use the secondary of the two valves.2 Main Boiler Operation Procedure to Fill the Boiler from the Condensate System Where one boiler is already in use and the plant operating normally. by using the easing gear to lift the disc well clear of the seat.6MPa. c) Using either the ICAS screen. (Note : It is unwise to rely upon the remote level gauging at this stage. c) Fill the boiler to about 100mm below the normal level in the gauge glass. It can take some time to stabilise after the boiler has been in use and the static heads establish. • The igniter sparks. • IGNIT lamp flickers as the igniter is inserted. a) Set up the valves as follows with due consideration for the effects of water hammer and mechanical shocking. • The second burner AIR REG. 8B 019. if necessary. This is to allow room for expansion during the first firing and steam raising phase. A short strong blow of steam should be released before letting the valve disc reseat sharply. The fuel pressure should rise accordingly. • If the flame eye detects a flame within 10 seconds of the burner FO valve opening the IGNIT lamp goes on and the igniter is retracted. feeding through the auxiliary feed line. Once the purge condition is established the FURNACE PURGE lamp will light. The superheat and desuperheat main stops have warming through valves fitted around them with drains located between the main and primary stops. particularly where refractory repairs have taken place. They can be throttled in on the secondary valves as the pressure increases.0MPa. In addition to monitoring the rate of increase in the steam pressure compared to the graph. The ICAS applies a fixed fuel and air signal until the pressure has nearly reached the set point.6. Warm through the atomising steam system. continue to raise steam over the time period specified. close the vent. This allows the heat generated to even out and prevent thermal shocking due to uneven expansion. The superheater and desuperheater header drains should remain open during the steam raising process to remove any water. Prior to filling the boiler the feed treatment chemical manufacturer’s recommended initial dose should be applied. and the system is drained and ready for use. IGN RATE and IGN AIR lamps flicker on as the base burner ignition signal is established. it will be necessary to isolate the auxiliary feed line from the feed pumps. assuming that warming through and draining has been satisfactory. Preparation of the Fuel Oil System and Lighting Up a) With reference to Section 3. Commence warming through the superheat and desuperheat lines and draining as necessary. Observe the process from the furnace top and ensure that there are no leaks of fuel or air. lamps go out as the air registers close. CAUTION When controlling steam flow through any of the boiler and steam line drains. (Note : It would be prudent. Open the auxiliary feed valves from the feed pumps as shown below. This is to initially prove that they are operating and not blocked. Boiler Air Supply. The FURNACE PURGE lamp and the AIR REG.4MPa below full pressure. Position Open Description Feed pump auxiliary feed discharge valves Valve 11B. Until the automatic level control has stabilized. The base burner ON lamp will light and the furnace purge sequence will start. lamp will light as the burner air registers fully open. All feed valves are considered to be initially closed. Expansion of the boiler contents will cause the level to rise initially.) d) Briefly open the water level gauge drain valves and ensure that they are clear and that the level in the gauge reacts. With reference to the Feed Water Supply screen.3. The purge sequence takes approximately one minute. and that the flame eyes are reading the flame. adjust the air flow to achieve this figure. The boiler safety valves should be carefully tested when the pressure is about 0. IGN RATE and IGN AIR lamps go on as the ignition signal is confirmed. • The IGNIT lamp goes on as the igniter position is confirmed. • The base burner FO CONT V/V. j) Continue to raise steam pressure and temperature in accordance with the graphs. h) The water level can now be maintained using the auxiliary feed system. k) When the boiler pressure reaches about 5. The superheat main stop is left closed and the superheat vent left open at this time. (Note : By using the steam tables. . dependant upon the fuel/air ratio setting on the same faceplate. that the fire is clean and sitting correctly in relation to the quall.6MPa. the desuperheat primary and main stops can be opened. • The base burner FO CONT V/V.4 “Boiler Fuel Oil Service Systems”. 020VPF 008VPF 025VPF e) Once the purge is complete the following sequence occurs : • The FO recirculating valve FO REC V/V lamp goes out as the valve closes.) f) Maintain the fuel pressure at 0. Close the warming through valve but continue to drain the line. When the steam pressure reaches 0. d) At the local boiler control panel press the base FO burner ON pushbutton. Close the vents when all air has been expelled and water issues from them.

This will be necessary with the plant operating on one boiler. its reaction should be checked as satisfactory. Prepare to bring the superheater steam onto line by opening drains on the superheater pipelines. to avoid a sudden pressure drop in the pipeline. h) Close the fuel oil valves and atomising steam valves. CAUTION During the coupling operations of the desuperheated and superheated steam systems. Do not cool the boiler by blowing down and filling with cold feed water. Ensure that all systems previously in manual control have been placed to automatic. Steam Drum Pressure (MPa) 4. CAUTION To avoid uneven expansion and damage to the pressure parts and refractory.3. Observe the superheat temperature as it increases due to the load now on the boiler.4. including the local control panel to the REMOTE position.5 5 4 j) Maintain the normal water level. which will drop as the boiler cools down. do not open the furnace access door until the furnace cools. Normal Case 3. Purge the furnace by pressing REQUEST in the Furnace Purge section of the panel. e) Close the main steam stop valve gradually.2 Main Boiler Operation Taking the Boiler Out of Service When the boiler has reached the operating pressure and combustion control is being regulated in automatic by the ICAS. This should be dropping rapidly down to saturation temperature.5 1 Emergency Case 0. n) Slowly open the superheater main stop valve and bring the superheated steam onto line. g) Change the automatic combustion control system to MANUAL operation. Observe the superheater outlet temperature. Observe the funnel from outside to ensure that no smoke. 0 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 350 Time after Stop of Boiler (minute) . The effect of the coupling is to reduce the load of the on line boiler and. m) Stabilise the boiler and the automatic controls. Stop the FD fan. Failure to drop to saturation temperature could indicate a fire somewhere.1MPa fully open the superheater drain valves and desuperheater drain valves. l) Allow a minimum of 4 hours to cool down a boiler. All safety overrides must be restored to normal. a) Operate the soot blowers. f) Open the superheater vent valve and open the superheater drain valves a quarter of a turn. indicating fire. This is a precaution should any water still remain in the superheater or pipelines and is carried into the system during coupling. i) Remove the burner. Allow the furnace purge to complete as indicated when the FINISH lamp lights. if not already established. is being emitted. place the water level control to AUTOMATIC.5 2 1. Check the furnace using the peepholes provided. This allows the ICAS to put the second burner into operation as required. Reduction of Pressure in Steam Drum 6. c) Stop the boiler using the manual trip.5 The rate of reduction in the steam drum pressure should be executed in accordance with the following graph. the feed pumps. d) The furnace post purge should be carried out twice by using the furnace pre-purge sequence. Place the burner control to AUTO on the screens. b) Change from heavy oil to diesel oil before stopping the boiler. observe the combustion conditions on the other boiler.5 3 2. Regular checks of the casing and flues should be made to ensure that no fires have developed within the boiler. the turbine generators and the main engine steam chest.5 6 5. giving the steam a degree of superheat. o) Close all the drain and the superheat vent valves.5 m) Close all the main and auxiliary feed valves. k) When the boiler pressure drops to about 0.

2 BOILER 80B 81B (3) (3) 083VPA 084VPA 001VPA 002VPA Feed Water & Main Steam .1 MAIN BLR 71B 69B 011VPA 012VPA 71B FROM No.R.2 BOILER SET AT 9. STEAM LINE 048VPA 049VPA TO ATMOS.07 MPA 21B ECONOMIZER DPI 572 DPL 572 081VPF DPI 572 FOR F.W. PUMP CONTROL 50B 49B T 145B P CHEMICAL FEED 148VPC 148VPC 15B 48B 16B 62B STEAM DRUM 61B SURFACE BLOW OFF 141B FS ESD 463 ESD 072 G 74B 73B INTERNAL DESUPERHEATER FS 142B 143B ESD 464 H ASD 082 L ASD LI 083 LAH 521 LAL 521 FOR ACC MASTER 165B 123B 165B 144B STM FLOW 134B STM FLOW FOR F.4.3.2a 4. 38B 38B G FOR FD.2 BOILER TM SPM 5B T 4B 12B 6B 11B 11B TO No. FOR F. TURBINES TO AUX.W. TO ATMOS.2a Main Boiler Mounting System PAL 571 020VPF 019VPF 8B 7B 20B 26B 1B 083VPF PM 571 P G MAIN FEED LINE 082VPF PIC 553 FOR FD.R. LM 521 123B 136B 135B 132B 167B 167B 166B 157B T TO ATMOS. DPL 572 FROM No.3.2 BOILER PM 501 PIC 553 PM 503 P TM 512 AUXILIARY FEED LINE TAH 512 031VPA TO AUX. PUMP CONT.W.W. 37B 124B 125B 124B 125B H 79B FOR STC 77B T ESD TS 467 78B 122B 122B INLET & OUTLET HEADER 121B T TM 511 130B G FOR STC 76B 67B 68B 72B #6 #5 #4 #3 #2 #1 TO MAIN TURBINE INTERMEDIATE HEADER TO AUX. 1B 26B 20B M M TO No. TURBINES P PM 502 PAH 502 PAL 502 TAL 511 TAH 511 WATER DRUM CONTROL DESUPERHEATER 131B T TO SAMPLE CLR 138B 137B BOTTOM BLOW OFF 64B 65B 66B BOTTOM WATER WALL HEADER 69B NO.W.R.

RM E 256B 029VPB TO F.0 MPa AUX.1 BURNER 223B TO ACC 041VPL FROM F. HEATER 043VPL FS ESD 475 FFA 435 FFA 456 ESD 475 FLAME EYE FLAME EYE T TO ATMOS DRAIN TK ESD 469 PAL 504 PM 504 G TM 514 TAL 514 T GAS HEADER P H/H P L/L ESD 487 ESD 488 P FOR ACC TAL 514 TM 514 F.2 BURNER 223B FLAME EYE FLAME EYE OIO 424 189B TO AIR SEPARATOR OIS 424 Fuel Oil & Auxiliary Steam .O. HEADER ESD 474 G P PAH 507 PAL 507 PM 507 FURNACE 213B OIO 428 253B OIS 428 214B 216B 217B 214B ESD 472 218B TO VENT POST 254B 255B 254B 255B 256B E TO F.O. DRAIN TK 244B 209B OIO 427 OIS 427 OIO 423 OIS 423 225B 222B P PM 507 FOR ACC PAH 507 FROM ACC OIO 422 OIS 422 042VPL 220B 370B 230B NO.3.O.O.4. DRAIN TK 244B 209B TO ATMOS DRAIN TK ESD 475 TO ATMOS DRAIN TK FFA 435 FFA 435 ESD 475 221B OIO 427 OIS 427 OIO 423 OIS 423 225B PM 506 PAL 506 P E FOR ACC NO.2b Conbination Burner System GENERAL SERVICE AIR 026VPB TO 2ND BLEED LINE 021VPB 1. STEAM 023VPB 025VPB 226B 022VPB FROM ACC 426 212B FROM N2 BUFFER TK 213B FOR ACC FOR ACC 207B TO VENT POST DRAIN SEPARATOR TO ACC OIO 428 254B 253B OIS 428 255B 214B 214B 216B 217B 211B FROM ACC 208B 436B T 238B ESD 481 T L/L FROM ACC 339B 027VPB 028VPB 429 P TS 240B FS 232B FROM CARGO MACH.

0 Close superheater inlet pipe vent valves 49B and 50B.0 Open superheater inlet pipe vent valves 49B and 50B. 2. Use diesel oil and air atomizing. 7. starting line drain valve. Close drum air vent valve.0 7.0 4. 76B and 78B.0 6.0 DRUM PRESSURE (MPag) 3.0 Start the turbo generator. Supply steam to fuel oil heater.4. Open superheater header drain valves 72B. Crack open the superheater header drain valves 76B and 78B and control desuperheater drain valves 138B.4MPa.0 Boiler Pressure Rising Time for 1st Boiler Hot Start Note : Combustion rate should be used as a guide for startup and should be controlled appropriately so as to follow the pressure rising curve. Rise fuel oil pressure to 0. Close the superheater drain valves and control desuperheater drain valves. Use heavy fuel oil . 1. Close the starting valves 77B and 79B.6MPa. Rise fuel oil pressure to 0.0 2.2c Boiler Pressure Rising Charts Boiler Pressure Rising Time for 1st Boiler Cold Initial Start Note : Combustion rate should be used as a guide for startup and should be controlled appropriately so as to follow the pressure rising curve. Change from diesel oil to heavy fuel oil.0 5. Light off the burner using normal atomizer at pressure of 0.0 5. Open following valves. Start the main feed water pump turbine. Supply the steam to fuel oil heating 1. Use normal atomizer at pressure of 0. When drained completely. 6.6 MPa.4 MPa. control desuperheater drain valve and steam temperature control valve. Start the main feed water pump and Close the starting valve. Open control desuperheater drain valves 137B and 138B. Close all drain valves. Superheater header drain valve.0 4. Opeb starting valves 77B and 79B. starting valve. 0 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 180 200 220 240 0 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 OPERATING TIME AFTER LIGHT OFF (minute) OPERATING TIME AFTER LIGHT OFF (minute) . When drained completely.0 DRUM PRESSURE (MPag) 3.0 Start the main condenser.3.

2 F.1 F.D.3.1 STM AIR HTR SMOKE XM 523 XAH 523 G XI SMOKE INDICATOR G XI XM 522 SMOKE INDICATOR TM SPM CONT. AIR XM 522 G XI OXYGEN PM 509 PM 509 OXYGEN P P PM 510 G G G G P P PM 510 WIND BOX FURNACE MH MH MH MH MH MH OBSERVATION HOLE OBSERVATION HOLE NO.2 333VPE NO.1 MAIN BLR Draft Air & Seal Air System .4.1 331VPE 332VPE TM 517 ECONOMIZER 334VPE ECONOMIZER G XI SMOKE XAH 523 XM 523 NO.2 STM AIR HTR TM 516 351VPE TM SPM CONT.2 MAIN BLR SH HDR CASING SH HDR CASING NO. AIR WIND BOX FURNACE 341VPE TM 516 NO.FAN B OIO 495 C A P RO 651 RM 651 SA 651 ES FIRE NO.2d Combustion air. Seal Air and Flue Gas System RO 651 RM 651 SA 651 ES FIRE PM 508 G G PM 508 P NO.FAN ACC FOR ACC FOR ACC ACC INLET VANE INLET VANE 405 FLUE GAS AIR E AC 656 RO 656 RM 656 SA 656 ES FIRE D 405 FLUE GAS AIR P TM 519 BLR FLAME EYE SEAL AIR FAN TM 519 TM 517 NO.D.

The external carrier tube assembly supports the sprayer on the outside of the front plate and attached to this is the valve block assembly. The primary air flow is through a center section. When shut. Description The burner consists of an air register for controlling the flow of combustion air.275kg/h per burner 1. These are each fitted with a swivel mount. The secondary air passes through an annular section. The damper is fitted with limit switches proving to the burner management control either “open” or “close” position. a maximum of 2% air leakage is present.3 Burner Characteristics Maker: Hamworthy Combustion Engineering No. They have been designed to be removable if necessary. discharging through an axial flow stabilizer (primary swirler).868kg/h per burner 59. then through fixed angle swirl blades to be discharged through a divergent throat or venturi. This is adjusted during commissioning to ensure that the maximum signal is optimized. The burner has to meet these requirements for flow metering. The damper is operated by two double acting pneumatic cylinders modulating motor opens or closes the damper blades to control the amount of combustion air depending on the firing rate. whilst producing the necessary aerodynamic patterns for flame shape and stability in conjunction with the spatial distribution of finely atomized fuel oil to meet the specified combustion performance. Also fitted to the burner front plate is a connection for either a portable or fixed igniter which is used to ignite the main flame. the primary and the secondary.4. This position is fixed to ensure correct ignition. The manifold will have 7 off pipe stub connections onto which the gas spuds are mounted. set at the design stage to produce the flame shape and performance required. Captive in the end of the sprayer by means of a cap nut is the atomizing nozzle. The end nozzles of each spud will be manufactured in stainless steel and drilled to suit the type of gas fuel and operating conditions. The burner register is based on an air venturi and where the combustion air is divided into two individual streams. A damper is included to permit a flow of combustion air through the register when firing to shut it off when not in use. Fuel is normally introduced to the air stream by : 1) Oil.4kPa at burner maximum 7 : 1 (267kg/h per burner) Fitted to the front plate of the air registers are mountings for two main flame and ignition flame detector heads. . atomized through a central sprayer assembly and atomizer. The design concept is that the primary / secondary is of a fixed design. The individual gas spuds are fitted into the register and set in relationship to the primary swirler. fuel injectors for controlling the flow of liquid and gaseous fuels. Through the center of the burner register is located the oil sprayer down which the atomizing medium and fuel oil are passed. of sets : Model : Type : Maximum fuel oil flow : Fuel oil pressure at burner : Burner turndown on oil : Maximum fuel gas flow : Fuel gas pressure at burner : Burner turndown on gas : 2 sets per Boiler Hamworthy HXG 550 Oil / Gas combination burning type 2.97MPa at burner maximum 15 : 1 (152kg/h per burner) 1.3. This has a dual function of securing the sprayer in position and providing isolation of the oil and steam valves. The igniter protrudes through the air register locating just in front of the primary air swirler. The register draught loss (RDL) is kept to a value commensurate with the specified combustion performance. The other end of the sprayer attaches to the external carrier tube assembly. The gas burner section is fitted internal to the air register and consists of manifold with a signal flanged inlet supply connection. produced by the outer wall of the primary section and the inner wall of the register casing. 2) Gas through seven separate spuds / nozzles.

1 0.O.6 0.0 0.7 0.9 55 1.3 119 120 50 Steam Flow 118 45 40 Steam Flow (kg/h) 1. Pressure (MPa) 35 116 30 25 115 Oil Press.0 1.9 0.3a Burner Characteristics Characteristics of Oil Burner 60 Characteristics of Gas Burner 121 2.1 1.3 0.2 1.0 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 2200 117 Fuel gas Pressure(kPa) F.4.5 1.7 1.8 1.6 1.4 1.3. Flow (kg/h) Fuel Gas Flow (kg/h/Burner) .O.4 0.8 0. 114 20 15 113 10 112 5 111 2400 0 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1500 1600 1700 1800 1900 F.2 0.5 0.

OIL INLET AIR SLIDE DAMPER GUIDE BAR STEAM INLET AIR SLIDE DAMPER VENTURI THROAT SECONDARY SWIRLER GAS FUEL INLET PRIMARY SWIRLER GAS MANIFOLD GAS MANIFOLD GAS SPUD VENTURI THROAT SECONDARY SWIRLER GAS FUEL INLET PRIMARY SWIRLER BURNER TIP GAS SPUD . FRONT PLATE To close teh steam valve lower the right hand (red) lever to the bottom of its travel. When the sprayer has been secured and its steam valve opened. At this time the oil valve in the block can be opened by raising the left hand (black) lever fully up.3. SLIDE DAMPER AIR CYLINDER FIXED IGNITER OPEN RETAINING BOLT CLOSE FIXED IGNITER FLAME SCANNER SPARE SLIDE DAMPER AIR CYLINDER It is not necessary to re-open the oil valve until shortly before re-lighting the burner. open the steam valve by raising the right hand (red) lever fully up. FLAME TRAP OIL AND STEAM INLET FLAME SCANNER SIGHT GLASS Operating the Valves (Stopping) To close the oil valve on the burner lower the left hand (black) lever to the bottom of its travel.3b Burner Assembly Operating the Valves (Starting) BURNER ASSEMBLY As soon as the sprayer is secured.4. the manual steam valve in the boiler front pipework should be re-opened to supply cooling steam to the atomiser. This action will also close the oil lever if this has not already been done.

The water level in the steam drum is automatically maintained at the normal working level by the controlling the feed control valves 26B. in the correct ratio for the conditions. Automatic Combustion Control (ACC) The system consists of one Boiler Gauge Board (BGB). and also provides a manual control capability from a dedicated boiler operation panel in the ICAS. provided that either the steam flow of the boiler is low at steaming up period or the steam pressure is high during boiler stop condition. It uses Central Processor Units (CPU) for control the sequencing of the dual fuel burners and automatic combustion.4 Boiler Control Systems Description The boiler control systems are a computerized sub-system which is interfaced with ICAS.The fuel oil pressure is maintained by controlling the fuel oil recirculating valve 025VPL on the pump discharge line. ・ Steam temperature control STC . with the designated "master" CPU constantly updating the standby unit. . 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) Master control system Fuel control system Combustion air control system Steam dump control system Superheater outlet temperature control system Feed water control system Atomizing steam pressure control system Purge steam pressure control system FO burning pump discharge pressure control system Master Control The master control consists of master controller and the steaming up controller. This ensures that any failure of the master controller is immediately recovered by the standby unit. ・ Automatic combustion control ACC .Excess steam generated is automatically dumped to the main or atmospheric condensers to maintain the boiler steam pressure within the normal operating parameters. operation of boiler may be changed over to remote control from the ICAS. to maintain the superheated steam pressure at the outlet within predetermined limits. The calculated outputs are transmitted to actuators. The system primarily matches the feed water flow to the steam flow and senses the boiler water level to ensure that it remains at the correct level. dual fuel or boil-off gas only. The steam passing through the desuperheater has the temperature reduced before it passes out and into the superheater at the fifth pass. 5) Burner number control of No. ・ Purge steam pressure control – The purge steam is maintained to preset pressure by the control valve 399B to minimize smoke emission. 4) All FO burners can be operated automatically and remotely. ・ Atomizing steam pressure control .The atomizing steam pressure is controlled by controlling the control valve 226B so as to harmonize with burner fuel oil pressure. sensors. which will instantaneously assume control without any interruption to the process. ・ Steam dump control SDC . This system is classified as follows from its functional viewpoint. This is achieved by the control of an attemperation valve 130B fitted in between the fourth and fifth pass of the superheater. boiler control cabinets. Some of the steam is diverted via this valve into the desuperheater within the water drum. 3) The fuel burning system is designed for burning fuel oil only. In the event of failure. manual loaders and changeover switches. Regulating the quantity of steam passing through the desuperheater controls the final superheat temperature of the steam. manipulation of the associated control valve is carried out by use of relevant Increase / Decrease buttons. In the event of control air failure the valve will lock in the current position. Operation panel on Boiler Gauge Board (BGB) This panel is installed on the BGB and has valve position gauges. Function 1) The control system controls one boiler separately or both boilers together.4. 1) Master controller The fuel demand signal is controlled by the steam flow signal (feed forward control) and by the steam pressure control signal (feed back control). Each boiler control cabinet has an independent control system which is composed of duplicate CPUs. ・ Fuel oil pump discharge pressure control .The superheated steam outlet temperature is automatically controlled by recirculating steam through the water drum desuperheater. 1) 2) 3) 4) The sensors and transmitters detect the state under the present situation.Each burner is controlled automatically or manually with a safety system incorporated to protect the boiler. 7) The gas compressor is controlled in accordance with the demands from ACC.2 (2nd) burner is made automatically according to the boiler load signal either at FO or at Dual fuel mode. the demand conditions are set. The control systems consist of the following : ・ Burner management system BMS . In the event of total failure of ICAS. At the BGB or ACC A/M station.The combustion control system regulates the fuel and air to the boiler. The summary of the function to gain a proper condition of combustion of the boiler is as follows . 6) An automatic steam dump control system is provided to dispose steam generated by excess boil-off gas. it can be used for BGB operation. the failed CPU will be inhibited from operation until inspection and repair have been effected. 2) Operation for cold starting of boiler is made from BGB at local side but once boiler achieves a certain pressure. These CPUs have the same function and the same system design is such that both run all the time. The ACC cabinets calculate in accordance with the processing method previously programmed. An emergency manual control is also available at local (Boiler Gauge Board) in the Manual Local mode or the Boiler Emergency mode. Selecting manual switch. ・ Feed water control FWR . transmitters and actuators. The hot start valve will open automatically. 2) Steaming up controller The steaming up controller controls the hot re-start of the boiler to follow the steaming up schedule after ignition of base FO burner within maximum boiler load at steaming up.3.

・ Minimum FO flow to the FO burners when burning fuel oil only or dual fuel. Ordering No.4 Boiler Control Systems Fuel Control System The fuel control consists of the total fuel flow controller. 5) Air Control System The air control system consists of the oxygen trim controller and air flow controller. (2) Air flow controller The air flow controller controls the air flow to match the total fuel flow from the fuel control block. In addition.1 B O I L E R A C C STM PRESS PV CONT. DRUM LEVEL SET POINT M A OPEN M A VAR FIX DRUM LEVEL SP PV STEAM TEMP SP PV ATOMIZ STEAM PRESS SP PV AIR FLOW SP PV GAS FLOW SP PV FO FLOW SP PV FO DELIV PRESS SP PV FO DELIV PRESS SP PV FO FLOW SP PV GAS FLOW SP PV AIR FLOW SP PV ATOMIZ STEAM PRESS SP PV STEAM TEMP SP PV DRUM LEVEL SP PV M A M A M A M A M A M A M A M A M A M A M A M A M A M A . ・ FO flow control according to the fuel demand signal. thus ensuring that flameout does not occur. ・ Automatic control of excess air ratio by boiler load. Feed Water Control System (FWR) The boiler feed water controller is of the three elements type. ・ FO boosting when gas only burning. ・ Automatic increase of air flow during soot blowing. The control mode of Manual (M) or Automatic (A) for each system is selected independently. ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ Master control system Steam dump control system Feed water control system Superheater outlet steam temperature control system Atomizing steam pressure control system Combustion air control system Fuel gas control system Fuel oil control system Fuel oil burning pump delivery pressure control system BOILER AUTOMATIC COMBUSTION CONTROL SYSTEM NO. a control desuperheater of submerged type located in the water drum and pneumatically control attemperation valve. If gas is lost due to closure of Master gas valve. Control of boiler hot re-start. The steam temperature is controlled by controlling the steam flow to the control desuperheater. The FO flow control valve and gas flow control valve are controlled with a split range control according to the total fuel flow control signal. Control for burner ignition. ・ Recirculating FO flow control when boiler is not burning FO. 1) Total fuel flow controller The total fuel flow controller controls the combined fuel flow of FO and gas so as to match the Fuel Demand signal from the Master controller. The purge steam pressure controller controls the steam pressure to preset pressure.2 burner ignition. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Judgment of fuel condition to change the fuel mode. preset FO flow controller and preset gas flow controller. ・ Gas flow control at gas burner ignition. ・ Gas flow control according to the fuel demand signal. 1) Steam dump controller The steam dump controller will open the steam dump valve at high superheated steam pressure. Overload controller The overload controller prevents boiler overload by limiting fuel flow to the burners. Control of FO Burning Pump Recirculating Valve 4) 2) The position of the FO burning pump recirculating valve is controlled by "P" controller according to the FO flow control valve position and by "PID" controller for FO burning pump discharge pressure and differential pressure between FO burning pump discharge and FO burner header. the following functions are also carried out . sensing steam flow drum level and feed water flow. 1) Oxygen trim controller The oxygen trim controller controls the excess air ratio to optimize oxygen content in the boiler exhaust gas and have automatic start / stop control function by the soot blower control signal and boiler load changing signal Operation The following systems can be operated from either ICAS or the operation panel on BGB. FO boost controller The FO boost controller is provided to prevent loss of flame when burning dual fuel. LOCATION LOCAL ICAS DRUM LEVEL SET POINT VAR FIX STM DUMP PISTON V. ・ Purge air flow control when furnace purge. 1) 2) Fixed set point. 2) Atomizing Steam Pressure Control The atomizing steam pressure controller controls the steam pressure to match the burner FO pressure. LOCATION LOCAL ICAS STM DUMP SP PV COMMON COMMON PART CONT.2 B O I L E R A C C STEAM UP STM UP FINISH COMMON PART CPU SELECT PCSB1 PCSB2 STEAM UP STM UP FINISH CONT. Excess BOG dump controller The excess BOG dump controller will dump the steam generated by excess boil-off gas from LNG cargo tanks when Dump mode is selected on ICAS. ・ Automatic air flow control during the one forced draft fan and both boilers operation (1 fan 2 boiler). sensing primary and secondary superheated steam temperature.4. ・ FO flow control at burner ignition. ・ Air flow control at FO burner ignition. Superheater Outlet Temperature Control System (STC) The superheater steam temperature control system is comprised of the superheater. by increasing FO flow in the event of loss of gas flow due to closure of Master gas valve. Purge Steam Pressure Control 3) Steam Dump Control System (SDC) The steam dump system consists of the steam dump controller and excess BOG dump controller.3. ・ Minimum gas flow to the gas burners. Sequence Control for Burner Management System The boiler ACC assists the BMS by providing the following control functions . Preset FO flow controller The preset FO flow controller has the following functions. Control of FO boosting. ・ Air rich circuit to prevent black smoke generation. The level controller has the following two set points and these set points can be selected by manual operation from the ICAS or the operation panel on BGB. The set point of this controller is automatically set by number of burners in use. Variable set point which depends on the steam flow. Preset gas flow controller The preset gas flow controller has following functions. And this controller is of the two elements type. FO boost controller. LOCATION BGB ICAS MASTER SP PV STM PRESS PV NO. overload controller.

the burners can be operated under any fuel mode regardless of the position of fuel mode switch provided that the operation conditions are established by the ACC. ・ All burners are extinguished. Each cabinet is deviled into three (3) sections. the failed CPU will be inhibited from operation until inspection and repair have been effected. the Burner Operation Graphic panel and ACC Operation panel and the associated Emergency Burner Operation panels.2 Boiler. the burner control can not be changed to “AUTO”. ・ FO back up order at Gas mode The mode change from FO to Dual requires that "Gas Ignition Condition" signal from ACC is established with master gas valve and boiler gas valve Open and with "Gas Ignition Rate" lamp ON. The BGB contains the relays and displays the monitoring gauges. because of BGB operation only. These CPUs have the same function and the same system design is such that both run all the time. b) When the following events occur.4 Boiler Control Systems Burner Management System (BMS) The BMS is composed of ICAS cabinets and Boiler Gauge Board (BGB). The boiler gauge board is located on the burner platform for local operation. The mode change from Dual to Gas requires that "HFO Burner Extinguish" signal from ACC is established. Bypass mode or Emergency operation mode is carried out. Control priority is afforded to the BGB position. ・ Master gas valve trip at Dual mode or Gas mode (for boost up order) b) The first ignition and automatic steaming up can be made only at FO mode. This ensures that any failure of the master controller is immediately recovered by the standby unit. another No. 4) Gas mode Gas mode can be selected only when all burners are in combustion at Dual mode. the burner control mode is changed to “Manual” automatically.1 Boiler ACC and BMS and the other No. the fuel mode is shifted automatically to FO mode.The panel contains the burner sequence controllers. the fuel mode is shifted automatically to Dual mode. 2) Automatic operation mode Automatic operation mode can only be selected on ICAS after the operating site has been set to “ICAS” at BGB. which will instantaneously assume control without any interruption to the process. When the burner control is in “AUTO” mode. 2) FO mode a) When the following events occur. The exchanges of necessary information between the BMS and ACC systems are made by digital signals. The mode change from Dual to FO requires that "Gas Burner Extinguish" signal from ACC is established. ・ Boiler trip at any fuel mode ・ Burner trip ・ Selection of “BGB” When FO Temp. 3) Dual mode When the following events occur. The ICAS cabinets are located in the Machinery Control Room (MCR). one for common system. the burner is operated automatically under selected fuel mode.3. . Fuel Mode 1) Manual operation mode The fuel mode (FO / DUAL / GAS) is selected on ICAS only when the control position is set to “ICAS”. various relay units and system power supply unit. 3) “ICAS” operation can be done at the central control room or the machinery control room where the ICAS is provided. The change from Gas to Dual requires that "HFO Ignition OK" signal from ACC is established. 2) Local operation can be done at BGB. with the designated "master" CPU constantly updating the standby unit. ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ ・ Manual burner operation FO shut off valve Open / Close Master gas valve Open / Close Boiler gas valves Open / Close Master and header N2 purge Start Changeover of operation site Emergency manual trip ACC emergency operation BMS emergency operation Operation Mode Control Position 1) The control position of “BGB” or “ICAS” can be selected by depressing “Control Position” push button on the BGB. Each ICAS cabinet has an independent control system which is composed of duplicate CPUs.4. the burner control mode is automatically shifted to manual operation. On the other hand. Burner Control Mode 1) Manual operation mode a) Manual operation mode is selected on ICAS only when the control position is set to “ICAS” at BGB. When “BGB” is selected. In the event of failure. when the control mode is set to “MANU”. required for the automatic operation of boiler burners. BGB can allow the following operations.

There are following two modes available. the ignition of one oil burner must have been completed before the ignition of gas burner. 477 478 479 485 481 Description Manual Trip Both Boilers Trip Gas Leak Detection High / High Both Gas Duct Exhaust Fan Stop Gas Temperature Low / Low Set Point 60 % LEL 5 ℃ Boiler Gas Valve Shut off During normal operation. This purge will be carried out automatically when the gas burner valve has closed. the following events will shut off the fuels to the boilers and initiate alarms at the BGB and ICAS. 462 463 464 465 466 467 471 472 473 Description Manual Trip Steam Drum Level High / High Steam Drum Level Low / Low Control Air Pressure Low / Low Forced Draft Fan Stop SH Steam Temp High / High All Burners Flame Failure Black-out Both CPUs Failure Set Point Nor +240 mm Nor -240 mm 0. Tag No. In either case. FO Boost up Control In Gas or Dual mode operation under "AUTO" mode.) Gas Burner N2 Purge (1) On initiation. (NOTE : If the forced draft fan stopped when a header N2 purge is initiated. 3) By pressing the push button of “FO ON” for selected burner.4 Boiler Control Systems Operation of Burner Ignition of Oil Burner 1) Initial ignition at FO mode is carried out by lighting any burner at “BGB” mode. Emergency Trip Boiler Shut off During normal operation.. (1) Auto . (1) Auto . • Boiler shutdown has occurred. used in the control section of the BMS. A dual programmable controller. When ACC requires increasing the fuel quantity exceeding the maximum gas flow of the burner being attended. These are interlocked with the boiler protection system and the ACC.7 kPa Boiler Trip Master Gas Valve Trip . the line from the master gas valve outlet to each of the boiler gas valve inlets is purged with N2. can be executed by manual only. the following FO Back up or FO boost up control will function. Master N2 Purge On initiation.1 MPa 0. the FO burner will start immediately and the fuel mode is transferred to the FO mode automatically. Tag No. the following events will shut off the fuel oil to the boilers and initiate alarms at the BGB and ECC. the following events will shut off the gas to the boilers and initiate alarms at the BGB and ECC. The ICAS displays the flow of the sequence and the operation of the interlock on a graphic operating panel. 2) The restart of the burners can be carried out remotely on ICAS after the control position has been transferred to “ICAS”. or (2) Manual .in which an automatic N2 purge is carried out after the master gas valve has closed. Tag No. (2) It should be noted that the gas burner N2 purge will not be carried out when . There are following two modes available (selected at the ICAS). the line from each burner gas valve outlet to each gas burner is purged with N2. The BMS remotely operates the two LNG / FO combination burners situated in the boiler roof. Gas Header N2 Purge On initiation. enables a sequential operation of the LNG / FO combination burner and piston valves.in which a manually initiated N2 purge is carried out by depressing the master N2 purge switch either on the ICAS or on the BGB. 487 488 489 490 FO Back up Control In Gas mode operation under "AUTO" mode. or • All burners have stopped. 3) The ignition of gas burner at local is made by pressing the push button of “GAS ON” on the BGB. or (2) Manual . 461 468 469 470 474 Description Boiler Shut Off Conditions FO Pressure Low / Low Atomizing Steam Pressure Low / Low FO Temperature Low / Low FO Burning Pump Stop Set Point 0. the extinguishment of second burner.3 MPa 80 ℃ Master Gas Valve Shut off During normal operation. when the master gas valve closes due to trip cause. 4) The ignition from ICAS can be performed by setting to “DUAL” in the “Fuel Mode” provided that the burner control is in "AUTO" mode and the conditions from ACC have been established. 2) The master gas valve and respective boiler gas valve should be opened from BGB or ICAS. the header vent valve is opened and only the gas header is purged with N2.in which an automatic N2 purge is carried out after the boiler gas valve has closed. when the following events occur. the FO back up is carried out according to the demand from ACC and the fuel mode is transferred to Dual mode automatically. the second burner is ignited automatically in accordance with the instruction from ACC.4. each burner gas valve is closed. only the Gas Header N2 purge will take place. the following events will shut off the gas to the boilers and initiate alarms at the BGB and ECC. Ignition of Gas Burner 1) The ignition of gas burner is made with a flame of own oil burner.3. • Operation in manoeuvring zone • FO back up order from ACC • FO back up order from ICAS Description Gas Pressure High / High Gas Pressure Low / Low Set Point 75 kPa 0. Burner Number Control (Cascade control) In the “AUTO” mode. the line from each boiler gas valve outlet to each burner is purged with N2. Tag No.34 MPa 530 ℃ Boiler Fuel Oil Shut off During normal operation. thus at least. The increase of burner number is made automatically in any fuel mode. however. the ignition of the burner progresses sequentially and automatically.in which a manually initiated N2 purge is carried out by depressing the relevant header N2 purge switch either on the ICAS or the BGB.

BURN.O. CHANGE BLR FO SHUT V / V SWITCH FROM "CLOSE" TO "OPEN".O. FD FAN OUTLET WIND BOX FURNACE F. FAN 2 V. F. FUEL MODE DUAL GAS FO SHUT V/V OPEN CLOSE ON OFF BLR CONT POSITION BGB ICAS CASCADE CONTROL AUTO MANU HDR N2 PURGE ON OFF MASTER GAS CONTROL POSITION HDR N2 PURGE ON OFF CASCADE CONTROL AUTO MANU BLR CONT POSITION BGB ICAS BGB DCS EMERG OPERATION PURGE FINISH EMERG MODE PURGE NOR BURN FL SW TEST ACKNOW . ON OFF NO.1 BOILER MANU TRIP NO.1 BURNER IGNITER NO.W. 7. 7.O.G. IF HFO BUNER DOSE NOT IGNITE BY THE ABOVE PROCESS.O. FO TEMP BYPASS 1FAN 2BLR MODE EMERG OPERATION NO.P HOT START V/V COMMON DMPR OPEN 1 FAN 2 BLR MODE FURN PURGE IGN AIR FDF H-RUN FDF L-RUN NO. FAN EMERG MODE NO2 BLR DC24V SOURCE NO2 BLR AC100V SOURCE CPU(B) RUN CPU(A) RUN D. D. NOTE : FURNACE PURGE SHOULD BE SUFFICIENTLY CONDUCTED. START F. STM DRUM PRESS.P. L/L RUN C-AIR V & REG ABNOR TRIP FO TRIP MANU TRIP F/E ABNOR SH-T H/H DWL H/H DWL L/L FDF TRIP BLR TRIP NO. FAN INLET VANE TO CONDUCT FURNACE PURGE. CONT V/V BLR F.1 BNR BNR FAIL F.L.BNR V/V ATM STM V/V NO.O.LEDGE CAUTION WHEN BOILER IN SERVICE WITH "FO TEMP BY .O.2 BNR BNR FAIL F.BNR V/V ATM STM V/V NO. FO PRESS.2 BNR F. M A M A M A M A M A M A M A M A M A M A M A M A M A M A MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES. REC. 6.3. CHANGE EMERGENCY MODE SELECT SWITCH FROM "NOR" TO "PURGE".P. DRUM LEVEL SET POINT M A OPEN M A VAR FIX DRUM LEVEL SP PV STEAM TEMP SP PV ATOMIZ STEAM PRESS SP PV AIR FLOW SP PV GAS FLOW SP PV FO FLOW SP PV FO DELIV PRESS SP PV FO DELIV PRESS SP PV FO FLOW SP PV GAS FLOW SP PV AIR FLOW SP PV ATOMIZ STEAM PRESS SP PV STEAM TEMP SP PV DRUM LEVEL SP PV EMERGENCY MODE RESORT TO EMERGENCY OPERATION MODE START-UP ONKY WHEN BOTH CPU(A) AND CPU(B) ARE OUT OF ORDER. KEEP THE FO V / V OPEN NOT MORE THAN OF 10SEC. BURN.1 BNR ATM STM V/V FL1 FAIL BNR FAIL F.4a Boiler Gauge Board BOILER GAUGE BOARD ATOMIZING PRESS.2 BNR FDF H-RUN FDF L-RUN FURN PURGE IGN AIR 1 FAN 2 BLR MODE COMMON DMPR OPEN HOT START V/V BY . L/L F. 3. 1. CONT V/V BLR F. AND FO V / V SWITCH FROM "CLOSE" TO "OPEN". 4.P IGN RATE TRIP F. NAGASAKI SHIPYARD & MACHINERY WORKS . PUMP.O. NOTE : FURNACE PURGE SHOULD BE SUFFICIENTLY CONDUCTED. FO PRESS. ON OFF NO. FULL OPEN F.L ". LOCATION BGB ICAS MASTER SP PV STM PRESS PV NO.2 BOILER MANU TRIP O2 IND SMOKE IND SH STM TEMP GAS ON OFF GAS ON OFF MASTER GAS V/V GAS ON OFF GAS ON OFF SH STM TEMP SMOKE IND O2 IND OPEN CLOSE FO SHUT V/V OPEN CLOSE F.L. WHEN PURGE FINISH LAMP "ON".O. LOCATION LOCAL ICAS FO V/V CLOSE OPEN FO V/V CLOSE OPEN CONT. PRESS D. D.2 BURNER IGNITER EMERG MODE PURGE NOR BURN PURGE FINISH OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON OFF ON BOILER AUTOMATIC COMBUSTION CONTROL SYSTEM NO. FUEL MODE DUAL GAS BLR GAS V/V OPEN CLOSE MASTER N2 PURGE BLR GAS V/V OPEN CLOSE F. CPU(A) RUN CPU(B) RUN NO1 BLR AC100V SOURCE NO1 BLR DC24V SOURCE EMERG MODE COMMON AC100V SOURCE COMMON DC24V SOURCE FO BACK-UP V. IF BURNER FAILS TO LIGHT-OFF. 2. WHEN PURGE FINISH LAMP "ON". IF HFO BUNER DOSE NOT IGNITE BY THE ABOVE PROCESS. DUCT EXH. PUMP IGN RATE BY . CHANGE THE EMERGENCY MODE SELECT SWITCH TO "BURN".O.BNR V/V MASTR GAS TRIP GAS SUPPLY ATM STM V/V ATM CONT V/V NO. NAX. ON OFF MANU TRIP NO. 4. FULL OPEN F. LTD. DO NOT SELECT SWITCH TO "OFF" AS THIS WILL CAUSE BOILER TRIP. SHUT V/V BLR TRIP FDF TRIP DWL L/L DWL H/H SH-T H/H F/E ABNOR MANU TRIP FO TRIP V & REG ABNOR C-AIR TRIP F.1 BNR NO.O. N2 PURGE PRESS. REPEAT THE OPERATION FROM 3.O.O. IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER.O. 1. IF BURNER FAILS TO LIGHT-OFF.T.1 BNR F. REC. PRESS FURNACE WIND BOX FD FAN OUTLET NO. SH STM PRESS. FW PRESS. V/V F. CHANGE EMERGENCY MODE SELECT SWITCH FROM "NOR" TO "PURGE". DUCT EXH FAN BOTH STOP BMS OPERATION PANEL MASTER GAS TRIP CONDITION GAS LEAK DETC GAS TEMP L/L BOTH BLR TRIP MANU TRIP MASTER GAS V/V ABNOR LDC1 MAST GAS AUX MACH LDC2 1 V.O. START F. V/V F.1 B O I L E R A C C BLR FO SHUT V/V CLOSE OPEN STM DUMP SP PV STM PRESS PV COMMON COMMON PART CONT.1 BURNER IGNITER NO. SH STM PRESS.PASS" ON "FO TEMP L . FURNACE MUST BE REPURGED PRIOR TOREPEATING IGNITION SEQUENCE. CHANGE IGNITER SWITCH FROM "OFF" TO "ON".T. FAN AND F.O.O.2 BURNER IGNITER NO. FURNACE MUST BE REPURGED PRIOR TOREPEATING IGNITION SEQUENCE.1 BNR NO. ATOMIZING PRESS. IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER.BNR V/V FL2 FAIL BNR PURGE V/V FL1 FAIL FL2 FAIL BNR PURGE V/V BNR STM SUPPLY ATM CONT V/V FL1 FAIL FL2 FAIL BNR PURGE V/V FL1 FAIL FL2 FAIL BNR PURGE V/V FL1 BY-PASS FL2 BY-PASS FL1 BY-PASS FL2 BY-PASS FL1 BY-PASS FL2 BY-PASS FL1 BY-PASS FL2 BY-PASS L-L F.2 BNR BNR FAIL F.2 BNR F. DUCT EXH. AND FO V / V SWITCH FROM "CLOSE" TO "OPEN". REPEAT THE OPERATION FROM 3.O. PUMP.W.2 BOILER HDR VENT V/V HDR VENT V/V IGN RATE BNR N2 GAS BNR V/V BNR N2 GAS BNR V/V BNR N2 GAS BNR V/V BNR N2 GAS BNR V/V MASTER N2 AIR REG IGNIT AIR REG IGNIT MASTER GAS V/V AIR REG IGNIT AIR REG IGNIT NO. CHANGE BLR FO SHUT V / V SWITCH FROM "CLOSE" TO "OPEN". FAN AND F.2 B O I L E R A C C FO V/V CLOSE OPEN STEAM UP STM UP FINISH CONT.O. L/L F. ON OFF NO. D. 6. D. 5.1 BOILER GAS P H/H L/L HDR N2 MASTER VENT MASTER VENT GAS CONT V/V BLR GAS V/V BLR GAS V/V HDR N2 BLR GAS TRIP BLR GAS V/V GAS CONT V/V BLR GAS TRIP BLR GAS V/V GAS P L/L H/H NO. CHANGE IGNITER SWITCH FROM "OFF" TO "ON".O. D. 3.O.O.G.2 BNR NO. KEEP THE FO V / V OPEN NOT MORE THAN OF 10SEC. CHANGE THE EMERGENCY MODE SELECT SWITCH TO "BURN". LOCATION LOCAL ICAS FO V/V CLOSE OPEN BLR FO SHUT V/V CLOSE OPEN STEAM UP STM UP FINISH COMMON PART CPU SELECT PCSB1 PCSB2 DRUM LEVEL SET POINT VAR FIX STM DUMP PISTON V. 2.1 BNR F.4. SHUT V/V R L-L F. FAN INLET VANE TO CONDUCT FURNACE PURGE. D. NAX. STM DRUM PRESS. EMERGENCY MODE RESORT TO EMERGENCY OPERATION MODE START-UP ONKY WHEN BOTH CPU(A) AND CPU(B) ARE OUT OF ORDER. L/L F. 5.

O. STEAM PRESS TRANS. PRESS TRANS.2 BOILER SENSOR SUPHTER OUTLET FEED W.O. FLOW TRANS. CONTROL VALVE AIRLESS CLOSE F.D. RECIRC.O.1 BOILER CONTROL VALVES COMMON No.3. PRESS TRANS.D. PRESS TRANS.1 BOILER ACC PANEL COMMON PANEL No.1 No.2 A/D A/D A/D EATR EATR A/D A/D A/D A/D A/D A/D EATR EATR A/D A/D A/D A/D A/D SEPARATED CABLE ROUTES PCS IOS TO RELAY CIRCUIT TO LAMP CIRCUIT PCS IOS SIGNAL CONDITIONER TO RELAY CIRCUIT TO LAMP CIRCUIT SIGNAL CONDITIONER TO RELAY CIRCUIT TO LAMP CIRCUIT ANALOG BACK UP UNIT SIGNAL DISTRIBUTOR SIGNAL CONDITIONER ANALOG BACK UP UNIT AI AI AO AO DI DO DO AO AI AO DO AO AI AI AO AO DI DO DO MCR MACHINERY CONTROL CONSOLE No. FLOW CARGO CONTROL CONSOLE CONDENSER F.O. STEAM PRESS TRANS. CONDENSER FEED W. BURN. (DUAL) STEAM FLOW TRANS. ATOMIZ. PUMP DIS.O. FLOW CONDENSER F. RECIRC. STEAM PRESS CONTROL VALVE AIRLESS CLOSE PURGE STEAM PRESS CONTROL VALVE AIRLESS CLOSE F. STEAM PRESS TRANS. COMMON SENSOR GAS PRESS TRANS. (DUAL) AIR FLOW TRANS.O. PUMP DIS.O.O. FLOW GAS FLOW VENTURI PRIM. FLOW CONTROL VALVE AIRLESS CLOSE F.O. FAN VANE DRIVE AIRLESS OPEN PURGE STEAM PRESS CONTROL VALVE AIRLESS CLOSE ATOM. ATOMIZ. PURGE STEAM PRESS TRANS. PRESS TRANS.2 BOILER CONTROL VALVES . GAS O2 CONTENT GAS FLOW TRANS. SUPHTR STEAM TEMP BOILER EXH. FLOW TRANS. OPERATOR STATION I/P CONVERTER I/P CONVERTER I/P CONVERTER I/P CONVERTER I/P CONVERTER I/P CONVERTER I/P CONVERTER I/P CONVERTER I/P CONVERTER I/P CONVERTER I/P CONVERTER I/P CONVERTER I/P CONVERTER I/P CONVERTER I/P CONVERTER I/P CONVERTER I/P CONVERTER I/P CONVERTER FEED WATER CONTROL VALVE AIRLESS OPEN STEAM TEMP CONTROL VALVE AIRLESS OPEN ATOM.O. AIR FLOW TRANS. FAN VANE DRIVE AIRLESS OPEN GAS FLOW CONTROL VALVE AIRLESS CLOSE F. BGB ACC CONTROL PANEL DRUM LEVEL TRANS. STEAM PRESS CONTROL VALVE AIRLESS CLOSE STEAM TEMP CONTROL VALVE AIRLESS OPEN AIRLESS OPEN FEED WATER CONTROL VALVE AUTOMATIC COMBUSTION CONTROL SYSTEM DIAGRAM No. FLOW CONTROL VALVE AIRLESS CLOSE GAS FLOW CONTROL VALVE AIRLESS CLOSE F.O.4. F. CONTROL VALVE AIRLESS CLOSE STEAM DUMP CONTROL VALVE AIRLESS CLOSE STEAM DUMP CONTROL VALVE AIRLESS CLOSE F. GAS TEMP 16 CONTRO LOOPS CCR INTEGRATED AUTOMATION SYSTEM (IAS) MACHINERY CONTROL CONSOLE No. STEAM FLOW TRANS. BURNER HDR F. SUPHTR STEAM TEMP BOILER EXH.O. DRUM LEVEL TRANS.1 BOILER SENSOR SUPHTER OUTLET FEED W. BURN. FLOW TRANS. FLOW GAS FLOW VENTURI PRIM.2 BOILER ACC PANEL MCB21 TO OTHER SYSTEMS MCB21 SELECTOR MCB22 AUTO CHANGEOVER CIRCUIT No. SUPHTR STEAM TEMP (DUAL) STEAM DRUM CONDENSER SUPHTER STEAM FLOW F. BURNER HDR F. CONDENSER FEED W. FLOW TRANS. SUPHTR STEAM TEMP (DUAL) STEAM DRUM CONDENSER SUPHTER STEAM FLOW F. PURGE STEAM PRESS TRANS. F.4b Automatic Combustion Control (ACC) FROM UPS1 AC100V FROM UPS2 AC100V FROM UPS1 FROM UPS2 FROM UPS1 AC100V FROM UPS2 AC100V UN(M) P-LINE UN(M) Q-LINE AC100V No. GAS O2 CONTENT GAS FLOW TRANS. (DUAL) STEAM PRESS TRANS.

6 5.1 5.4.3 5.2 5.4.4 5.2a 5.3 5.1c 5.1b 5.2 5.4.7 Turbo Generator Diesel Generator Emergency Diesel Generator Power Distribution System Electrical Equipment Main Switchboard and Generator Operation Shore Power Main Alternators Emergency Alternator Preferential Tripping and Sequential Restarting 24 Volt Battery and Uninterruptible Power Supply Illustrations 5.4.4.1 5.5 5.1d 5.3a 5.4.4 5.4a 5.1a 5.4.7a Turbo Generator Overview Turbo Generator Alternator Turbo Generator Steam and Exhaust Systems Turbo Generator Lubrication and Control Oil Systems Diesel Generator Alternator Diesel Generator Piping Systems Emergency Diesel Generator Overview Emergency Diesel Generator Alternator Emergency Diesel Generator Piping Systems Power Distribution System 24 Volt Battery and Uninterruptible Power Supply .3b 5.3c 5.PART 5: ELECTRIC POWER GENERATING SYSTEM 5.4.2b 5.

HPW 65B-4 6. Due to the make-up and spill operation of the controller on the inner glands.200kW (2. drawn in by the fan mounted on the generator rotor shaft. 4. The following table details the protective alarm and trip and set points : Tag No.Ltd. The bedplate incorporates the lubricating oil (LO) sump tank. The gearing is supported by four oil lubricated bearings. The need for the steam to make-up or spill changes with the turbine load. A gear-driven main LO pump supplies the system when the turbine is running normally. The reduction gear is of the single reduction. Where the pressure in the gland housing is greater than the internal turbine pressure at the shaft exit point. The turbines normally exhaust to the main condenser under vacuum conditions but can be set to exhaust to the auxiliary condenser. the turbine pinion is solid and its one end is connected to turbine shaft.e. actuator.55 mm 75°C Trip 1. 0. condensing 2 sets 3.000kW at atmospheric back pressure) 5. The trip valve is held open mechanically by a tripping mechanism. The steam turbine is of the six stage impulse type with a hydraulic constant speed governor controlling steam flow. as well as supplying the gland steam receiver and is effectively throttled across each stage causing its pressure to drop. single helical type. The peak and trough edges of these labyrinths are located adjacent to corresponding square radial grooves machined into the rotor shaft. to prevent air from entering the turbine where its internal pressure is less than atmospheric. Where the turbine internal steam pressure is higher than the pressure in the gland housing. 3ph. the oil supply to the tripping cylinder is cut off. 60Hz. The priming pump starts when the LO pressure falls to 60kPa and cuts out when the turbine reaches 85kPa. which themselves are likewise slotted radially into the turbine upper and lower casings. more importantly. The gland steam receiver is connected to the inner sections of the glands so that the steam supplied will pass outwards and is led away from the outer glands to the packing steam receiver and from there it is dumped to the main condenser by the system controller.8pf Steam is supplied to the glands from a gland steam receiver mounted adjacent to the turbine.600V. This action trips the stop valve.800 rpm UG-8D Clockwise viewed from generator end 6 Ratio Single reduction.045 / 1.1 Turbo Generator Alarms and Trips Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd AT42CT-B Single cylinder. In an emergency the generator windings can be cooled by opening the covers and allowing air to pass through. Adjacent axial clearance between the rotor and the labyrinths allow for the designed relative axial movement and expansion between the rotor and the casing. The seals are formed by radially slotting sections of labyrinth into the packing rings. alternating current generator and auxiliaries mounted on a common bedplate.000 kVA. impulse.962 rpm 40 kPa 50 kPa 80 µm 0. One end of gear wheel drives the main LO pump and governor gear. the steam available from the gland steam receiver will be drawn through the gland. i. The pressure is regulated to the bearings and gears by a regulating valve. Labyrinth type seals are used at the end of the turbine rotors to prevent the steam in these regions from leaking to atmosphere and. The governing system consists of a Woodward UG-8D governor. hydraulic servomotor and turbine nozzle valve. .88 MPaG 510°C 710mmHg 10. The governor has a very fast response to load change and is designed to prevent the turbine over speeding even in the event of the generator circuit breaker tripping. the pressure of the steam at the leak off point is always positive. The governor reacts to changes in speed by moving a linkage to the hydraulic servomotor which in turn opens or closes the steam inlet to the turbine nozzles. Cooling of the LO and the generator windings is supplied from the central fresh water cooling system. full delivery oil pressure is supplied to the trip valve. The LO system is supplied from a motor driven priming pump when the turbine is stopped or starting up.5. and the other end is connected to the alternator with diaphragm coupling. multistage. The trip valve protects the turbine in the event of a serious problem by closing and immediately shutting off the steam to the turbine. effectively sealing it and preventing the ingress of air. steam will enter the series of diaphragms from the turbine. Steam from the outer stages of the labyrinth is led to the main gland steam condenser.7 mm Descriptions The Mitsubishi AT42CT-B turbine generator consists of the steam turbine. single helical Taiyo Electric Co. moving an internal piston which is directly connected via a mechanical linkage to the tripping mechanism on the stop valve. The tripping mechanism is activated by hydraulically operated tripping cylinder In the event of a trip condition occurring. reduction gear. at high load the steam will generally be spilt out of the system and at low loads the packing steam will need to be made up. designed to shut off the steam instantly should a trip condition occur and then through the nozzle control valves.. The steam passes through a trip valve. The clearances between the labyrinth edges and the rotor are minimized to reduce steam leakage between the inner (high gland steam pressure) areas and the outer (low gland steam pressure) areas. 214 222 223 225 231 248 213/224 215/222 216/246 217/247 232-237 Specification Turbine : Maker : Type : Number of units : Rated output : Main steam pressure : Main steam temperature : Exhaust vacuum : Revolutions : Governor : Direction of rotation : Number of stages : Gearing : Alternator : Maker : Type : Capacity : Description Overspeed Sentinel valve Gland steam pressure Low LO strainer differential High LO inlet temperature High LO sump level Low LO pressure Low Exhaust pressure High Rotor vibration High Rotor axial movement High Bearings temperature High Alarm 30 kPa 3 kPa 50 kPa 55°C -150mm 70 kPa 30 kPa 50 µm 0.

exhaust valve and packing steam valve are Closed.1 Operation Turbo Generator Using No. i) Set the emergency trip device. Allow the turbine to start and bring the speed up to 100rpm generator speed. Preparation a) Ensure that the lubricating oil level in the sump tank is correct. When water is detected. After confirming that the main stop valve for turbine is definitely closed. Ascertain whether the governor valve and the main stop valve would close momentarily by pushing the emergency button. Maintain this speed for approximately 5 minutes for warming. e) Ensure that the electric driven priming LO pump is started automatically when the lubricating oil pressure drops to 60kPa or the main steam stop valve is closed. Stopping a) Transfer the electrical load and Confirm that the main air circuit breaker is Open. Starting a) Start the priming LO pump at the local panel and Confirm that the bearing oil pressure is above 60kPa. c) Ensure that main steam stop valve. e) Check that control air is being supplied to the gland sealing steam controller. Close the drain valves. i) Close drain valves. b) Check that the circuit breaker is Open. Open the turbine exhaust valve bypass 002VPC to build up the vacuum gradually in the turbine.1 Turbine Generator h) Stop turning and Disengage the electrically operated turning gear. b) Close or Trip the main steam stop valve.6kV main switchboard when the synchroniser light passes the top position. Regulate the controller to maintain the sealing steam pressure between 10 and 20 kPa. h) Shut down the gland packing steam. c) Turn the breaker trip/close switch to the CLOSE position to connect the generator to the 6. keeping spill and leakage to a minimum (set point 20 kPa). using the lubricating oil purifier feed pump. and Maintain for approximately ten minutes checking for abnormal sounds from the turbine. Procedure for Manual Generator Connection The generator can also be connected manually at the 6. (main stop valve casing and turbine casing) d) Engage the electrically operated turning gear immediately when the turbine is shut down and Rotate the turbine rotor for 10 hours to ensure uniform cooling. d) Engage the electrically operated turning gear and Start turning the turbine and gearing. change the oil by shifting it to the lubricating oil renovating tank for processing. Click on the CONNECT icon on the menu and the generator will automatically parallel with the main switchboard. Open the main steam supply valve gradually. d) Check that the electrical supply is available to the priming LO pump motor. When balanced. k) Rise revolution to about 500rpm by gradually opening the main stop valve. with no water content. b) Ensure the power source is on for emergency trip device. h) Ensure that the turbine is free to turn.2 turbine generator. g) Check that the gland condenser is operating with cooling condensate passing through it and that the gland exhaust fan is operating. Fully Open the main stop valve and Return the main stop valve handle by a half turn forwards the original position from full opening. cooling water supply and return valves for LO cooler and generator air cooler.5. j) Open the governor valve with starting lever and Slightly Open the main stop valve. c) Warm up the main steam supply line. o) Electrically Load the generator and monitor on the ICAS. The emergency trip device should be set by raising the reset lever for over speed emergency trip device. e) Ensure that the gland steam leak-off valve 008VPC is Open. Open the drain valves fitted on main stop valve casing and Slightly Open the main steam supply valve 014VPA. g) When the turbine casing has warmed sufficiently. Since the critical speed of the turbine equates to approximately 810rpm generator speed. Check the running sound and Observe that the lubricating oil pressures remain constant. f) Open the gland steam supply valve 062VPB from 0. with a flow passing through the turbine and generator bearing sight glasses. (set 85 kPa) n) Confirming that the Woodward governor takes control. Reset the trip lever and Open the stop valve gradually and Increase the speed to the rated speed in 10 minutes. f) Close main steam supply valve 014VPA and open the drain valve fitted on main stop valve. Connect the generator to the main switchboard by clicking on the TG icon on the ICAS screen to call up the menu. .6kV main switchboard panel by using the following procedure : a) Turn the Remote / Manual switch to the Local Manual position. l) Provided that the conditions are satisfactory. m) Check that all temperatures and pressures are reaching to normal level and Confirm that the priming LO pump stops automatically. When sufficiently warmed. Replenish the turbine sump tank from the turbine lubricating oil storage tank. f) Ensure that cooling fresh water is available for the coolers from the Main Central Cooling System (CCS). d) Turn the Remote / Auto switch to RA (Remote / Auto) position to allow the ICAS to control the generator and balance the load with the No. g) Close the turbine exhaust valve. Pass through this speed range as quickly as possible. Then Confirm that there is no rubbing noise or no abnormal sound inside the turbine as soon as turbine has tripped. Keep the priming LO pump running during motor turning operation. b) Lower or raise the generator speed until the synchroniser light slowly revolves in the clockwise direction.17 MPa steam range and Provide steam to gland steam regulating control valve. maintain this revolution for about 5min. c) Open all drain valves. Open the exhaust valve 001VPC.

1a Turbo Generator Overview SPILL VALVE PARTICULAR OF STEAM TURBINE RATED OUTPUT RATED SPEED (TURBINE) RATED SPEED (GENERATOR) MAIN STEAM PRESSURE MAIN STEAM TEMPERATURE EXHAUST PRESSURE : 3.O FILTER TURNING MOTOR GENERATOR LEVEL SEITCH L.PUMP LO COOLER COOL.7 kPaA (710mmHgV) RECEIVER MAKE-UP VALVE L.88 MPaG : 510 ℃ : 6.REG.200 kW : 10.045 rpm : 1.PRESS.O.TEMP. L. VALVE PRIMING L.800 rpm : 5.O HAND PUMP L.5.O.O. W. VALVE MAIN STEAM INLET GOVERNOR MAIN STOP VALVE STEAM TURBINE GENERATOR REDUCTION GEAR TURNING MOTOR SPILL VALVE TURBINE EXHAUST .CONT.

FIELD CORE FAN FAN BOSS THERMO METER TACHOMETER Ex.5. FIELD COIL PEDESTAL RESISTANCE BULB ROTATING RECTIFIER SHAFT OIL INLET PIPE FRAME ROTOR COIL ROTOR CORE STATOR CORE Ex.8PF BRUSHLESS AC GENERATOR COVER SPACE HEATER STATIC EXCITER CABLE GLAND DUCT PIECE COOLER AIR DUCT DAMPER BAR BEARING CASE SLEEVE BEARING STATOR CLAMPER DAMPER PLATE ROTOR CLAMPER STATOR COIL TACHO GENERATOR COVER .1b Turbo Generator Alternator 7 6 8 9 10 20 19 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 5 4 11 18 17 12 16 Air Air 32 33 Air Air 34 r 13 35 3 2 14 36 38 37 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 INSULATION LINER 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Ex. ARMATURE CORE Ex. ARMATURE COIL 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 INSULATION LINER OIL SIGHT CT BOX Ex. FRAME 4000kVA 6600V 60Hz 4P 1800min-1 0.

Tag numbers for others are referred to Section 3 Piping System in this Manual.1c Turbo Generator Steam and Exhaust Systems STEAM SUPPLY. CONDENSER 002VPC . PIC SPILL V.1 Turbo Generator are shown in this drawing. EXHAUST AND GLAND SEALING SYSTEM NOTE : Tag numbers for No.5.27MPa STEAM 064VPB TO GLAND CONDENSER 008VPC MAIN STEAM 014VPA P GEAR BOX TURBINE EXHAUST ESD 215 PS PAH 222 PS P 1ST STAGE P PM 221 1ST STAGE OIO 821 OIS 821 001VPC RO 821 021VPC M TO MAIN CONDENSER TO AUX. 062VPB RECEIVER 0. PI 223 PAH 223 PAL 223 P MAKE UP V.

R.O.5. F.V.SUMP TK . PUMP P PAL 224 PI 224 GENERATOR TM 231 TAH 231 T COALESCIMG FILTER DPAH 225 DP T. GEAR SSS CLUTCH (Synchro-Self-Shifting) PS TM 236 TAH 236 T T TAH 237 TM 237 TM 241 TAH 241 T T TAH 242 TM 242 PS FOR PRIMING L.C.1d 5.1d Turbo Generator Lubrication and Control Oil Systems Turbo Generator Lubrication and Control Oil Systems MAIN STEAM MAIN STOP VALVE TRIP COIL GOVERNOR MOTOR LUBRICATING AND CONTROL OIL SYSTEM TRIP SOLENOID S TRIP OIL CYLINDER ESD 216 ESD 214 XAH 246 T TM 232 TAH 232 WOODWARD GOVERNOR P POWER CYLINDER TM 234 TAH 234 T TM 235 TAH 235 T T TAH 233 TM 233 TURNIG MOTOR LS TURNING MOTOR XAH ESD 247 217 TURNING MOTOR M ESD 213 ASTP 203 TURBINE RED.COOLER L.V.PRIMING PUMP M 093VPG T T COOL. P. T LAL 248 FS MAIN L.O.O.PUMP HAND PUMP L. L.W.O.O.

operating in the medium speed range. 2. The ICAS controls the three-way valve and enables a set temperature of 37 °C to be maintained in the cooling water supply system.600V. or is started if the turbine generators are shut down for any reason.2 Diesel Generator Specification Engine : Maker : Type : Number of units : Number of cylinders : Cylinder bore : Piston stroke : Engine speed : Rated output : Alternator : Maker : Type : Capacity : Yanmar Co.Ltd. Under normal circumstances the turbine generators supply electrical power and the diesel generators are set to cut in should the turbine generators fail to meet the electrical demand.5. is turbocharged. turbo-charged. which are set to starting priority 1st and 2nd. 3ph. D/G Cooling Sea Water Pump Maker : No. . The turbocharger draws air from the engine room via a suction filter and passes it through a charge air cooler. The master starting air solenoid is activated when the start signal is sent by the power management system for an automatic start or a manual start is initiated. The ICAS controls the three-way valve and enables a set temperature to be maintained in the cooling water supply system. If the cooling water temperature of the engine outlet is below the normal operating temperature. Both fresh water coolers are cooled by two 100% identical sea water pumps. The engine driven jacket (high temperature) cooling water pump discharges engine jacket and cylinder head cooling water spaces. has six in-line cylinders. flow meter. Ltd. The generator engine is supplied with marine diesel oil (MDO) from the segregated fuel system. D/G Cooling Fresh Water Expansion Tank Capacity : 1.Ltd. 1 set / engine Centrifugal. vertical 200m3/h at 25m total head 440V. The engine is of the unidirectional trunk piston type. : Hisaka Works Ltd. 7.5kW. The diesel generators are used as required and are on automatic standby. Pumps may be started and stopped locally but are normally set to remote operation for control via the ICAS. When the cooling water outlet temperature reaches the operating temperature. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Teikoku Machinery Works..8pf Descriptions There are two diesel generators. 60Hz. The generator engine’s cooling system is divided into high temperature (HT) and low temperature (LT) circuits. the cooling water will back to the fresh water cooler via cooling FW pump. FW pump suction.800 rpm The low temperature fresh water is supplied to the charge air cooler. The priming pump is normally switched to automatic mode when the engine is selected for standby.000kVA(1. 6EY26L Four cycle single acting.800 rpm Fuel System Turbocharger System The engine is fitted with an exhaust gas driven turbocharger. which supplies electrical power for the ship. A blocking valve prevents the air start system from operating when the turning gear is engaged. The fresh water temperature supplied is controlled by a three-way air actuating mixing valve is located at the fresh water cooler outlet.0 m3 Lubricating Oil System All running gear of the engine is force lubricated by the engine driven gear type pump. of sets : Type : Cooling water flow : Fresh water temp. trunk piston 2 sets 6 cylinders 260 mm 385 mm 720 rpm 1. of sets : Type : Capacity : Rating : Teikoku Machinery Works. lubricating oil cooler and alternator air cooler. The pistons are also supplied by oil as a cooling medium. This reduces wear on the engine in the period between the engine starting and the engine driven pump building up lubricating oil pressure. Each cylinder has an injection pump which delivers the fuel oil under high pressure through the injection pipe to its associated injection valve. One pump is normally selected as the duty pump and the other pump selected as the standby pump to start automatically should the duty pump fail to maintain the correct water supply pressure.600kW). D/G Cooling Fresh Water Cooler Maker : No. The engine fuel oil supply rail is supplied from the generator engine fuel oil preparation and supply system. thus maintaining a constant temperature.0. The duty pump is started manually at the ICAS mimic diagram for the D/G cooling system and the other pump is selected for automatic operation to act as the standby pump. Cams on the camshaft operate the injection pumps. The engine cannot be started whilst the turning gear is engaged CAUTION This starting air valve solenoid pushbutton must not be operated whilst the engine is running. The main starting valve may be operated by the pushbutton at the local starting position or pneumatically by a solenoid valve when starting the engine remotely or automatically. The master solenoid valve directs to the air motor starter. 2 sets Centrifugal.. 1. 1 set / engine Sea water circulated plate 200 m3/h 37 ℃ Cooling Water System All cooling water requirements for the generator engine are provided by water from the low temperature fresh water cooling system. Starting Air System The engine is started by means of air motor starter located at the driving end. The fuel oil feed pump of each engine takes suction from the respective generator engine DO service tank via a set of filters. 22kW. The priming pump stops automatically when the engine is running and the main lubrication pump is delivering oil. Ltd. HPW 558C-10 6. At the outlet from the engine the water flows to a pneumatically operated valve which maintains the HT cooling circuit at the correct temperature.730 kW Taiyo Electric Co. D/G Cooling Fresh Water Pump Maker : No. A priming pump which is run continually whilst the engine is stopped supplies oil to the bearings and other running gear. the cooling water back to the high temp. before supplying the individual cylinders via the air box. 1. vertical 90m3/h at 20m total head 440V. Each engine is cooled by a dedicated closed circuit fresh water cooling system composed of a cooling fresh water pump and a plate type fresh water cooler independent from the ship’s central fresh water cooling system. operates on the four stroke cycle and is normally powered by marine diesel oil. when stopped.

c) Set up the cooling water system. The temperature is controlled by a three-way thermostatic control valve. k) Keep the charge air temperature under control. prior to switching the engine to automatic operation. The cooling systems for both engines are to be set normally. The engine should be prelubricated at least 2 minutes prior to start. h) Ensure that the engine temperatures and pressures remain within normal limits as the load is applied to the engine and the engine heats up. h) Check the air pressure in the starting air reservoir. n) Switch the engine to AUTOMATIC operation. g) Check the governor oil level. Engine Control Procedure to Manually Stop the Diesel Generator Engine a) Before stopping.2 Diesel Generator The engine driven pump and the electrically driven priming pump both take suction from the engine sump and discharge through a cooler. Both fuel systems are to be set normally. the speed of the engine controls the start fuel limiter. b) Actuate the local stop device. i) Turn the engine at least one complete revolution using the turning gear with the cylinder indicator cocks open. b) At the local control panel turn the selector switch from REMOTE to LOCAL and manually start the engine by pressing the pushbutton on the main starting valve.13MPa 65 ℃ 95 ℃ 60 ℃ 630 ℃ Emergency Stops Tag No. The diesel generator starting and stopping is normally controlled by the power management system (See 5. d) Check that the LO pressures and temperatures are normal. and close it again when all air has been expelled. when the regulating shaft is in the STOP position. f) Check that the FO pressure is normal. m) Check that all fuel pump control linkages are free to move full distance and return to their original stop positions when released.5. f) Check the pressure before and after the filters. Under normal circumstances the engines should be set to AUTO operation so that they may be started and stopped by the power management system (PMS) to allow for automatic operation of the electrical power supply. If maintenance work has been carried out on the engine.828 rpm 350 kPa 100°C . d) Check the level of oil in the sump and top up as necessary with the correct grade of oil. l) Check that all fuel pump indexes are at index ‘0’. i) Check the exhaust gas temperatures for deviation from normal. Alarms Sensor PT DPS PS PT PT PS PS TR TR TS TR Tag No. gas high temperature PA L 1 . Engine inlet LO low PA L 400kPa pressure LO filter high differential D P A H 9 0 k P a pressure Priming LO low pressure PA L 20kPa Starting air inlet low pressure Jacket cooling water inlet low pressure Control air low pressure LT cooling water inlet low pressure Engine inlet LO high temperature Jacket cooling water outlet high temperature Jacket cooling water pre-heater over heat T/C exh. an automatic filter set to the engine oil supply rail. k) Open the vent on the cooling water outlet line on the generator air cooler.) c) Make a thorough check of the engine to ensure that there are no leaks and the engine is running smoothly and firing on all cylinders. Remove the turning gear. 278 279 280 Description Overspeed Lubricating oil low pressure Cooling water outlet high temperature Set Point 806 . e) Switch the generator engine priming LO pump to AUTOMATIC operation and check that the lubricating oil pressure builds up. Allow it to run up to normal speed. If any part of the engine has been drained for overhaul or maintenance. run the engine off load for a few minutes for cooling down purposes. Procedure to Start the Diesel Generator Engine Locally a) Ensure that the engine is ready for starting by completing the procedure above.4.65MPa 0. b) Set up the fuel oil service system.1 “Electrical Equipment”). j) Vent the jacket cooling water space. (Note : A pneumatically operated start fuel limiter optimises fuel injection during the acceleration period. 4 7 M P a PA L PA L PA L TA H TA H TA H TAH 0. g) Connect the generator engine to the switchboard. start the engine locally as below.13MPa 0. which regulates how much of the oil passes through the cooler. j) Check the exhaust gas for smoke. 291 293 294 295 296 297 298 301 302 303 304 Function Set point Procedure to Prepare the Diesel Generator Engine for Starting a) Set the engine to LOCAL control. check the level in the fresh water cooling expansion tank and refill with fresh water if necessary. e) Check that the pressure drop across the filters is normal.

FIELD COIL 31 32 33 34 35 RESISTANCE BULB ROTATING RECTIFIER ROTOR COIL SHAFT OIL INLET PIPE 35 2000kVA 6600V 60Hz -1 10P 720min 0.2a Diesel Generator Alternator 5 4 6 7 8 9 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 Air 16 15 10 14 3 28 29 13 Air ir Air 30 31 2 1 11 32 33 12 34 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 INSULATION LINER OIL SIGHT 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Ex.8PF BRUSHLESS AC GENERATOR PEDESTAL THERMO METER ROTOR CORE FRAME Ex. ARMATURE COIL Ex. ARMATURE CORE Ex. FRAME STATOR CORE SPACE HEATER COVER STATIC EXCITER DUCT PIECE COOLER CABLE GLAND DAMPER BAR BEARING CASE AIR DUCT STATOR CLAMPER STATOR COIL SLEEVE BEARING COVER Ex. FIELD CORE DAMPER PLATE FAN ROTOR CLAMPER END COVER FAN BOSS .5.

LUB.W.W.5.2 703VPH T DP 125 705VPH 125 100 FROM NO.GAS 600 G TM 304 TAH 304 T LAL 302 INJECTION PUMP GENERATOR PM 296 G TM 302 TM 311 TAH 311 T T/C RO SA FIRE 284 RM ASS 284 284 CENT. CLR T T T T CHANGEOVER P 706VPH 704VPH C NO.O.W. SERVICE TK 50 600 AIR SEPARATOR 25 ACCUMULATOR 723VPL LAH 306 EXH.W. OIL 744VPG LAL 741 COOL.PUMP M A AIR CLR F.PUMP L. COOL. COOL.W.O.S. S.O PRIM.CLR RO 625 RM 625 SA 625 T L.DRAIN TK DPAH 40 DP 702VPL 703VPL F.LEAK TK TO F.O.W.2 D/G F. L. ENG. TK TO FUNNEL GEN.SUMP TK P PAL 296 STATOR COIL TM 313 TM 314 TAH 313 U TAH 314 V TAH 315 W TM 316 TAH 316 TAH 312 TM 312 867 TAH 302 TAL 867 TIC 867 T T ESD 280 F. F.F.O. LEAK XA 307 TM 315 L.DRAIN TK EXH. GAS FUEL OIL 701VPL ACCUMULATOR 15 TO F.2 D/G F.2b Diesel Generator Piping Systems PIPING SYSTEM (FOR NO. EXP.T.O. CLR SEA BAY 150 D/G COOL. F. F. H.W. CLR C 722VPG P T DP 125 100 125 725VPG TO NO.PUMP TM 317 725VPG TAH 317 CAM SHAFT CAM SHAFT BEARING T P G TAH 866 TM 866 TIC 866 125 T A 866 BEARING 721VPG 65 P G 704VPG PAL 298 FOR PRIMING ESD PS 279 PAL 291 PM 291 65 AIR CLR 100 100 T SA 639 RM 639 RO 639 AST 639 AC 639 100 TM 301 TAH 301 DPAH 293 713VPH 707VPH D/G COOL.O.FILTER L.O.O.W. PUMP 125 AUTO FILTER PS PS 639 .1 DIESEL GENERATOR) COOL.FEED PUMP 40 40 704VPL 721VPL DP (42μ) FS 004JPL (60 MESH) 40 OUT IN T P G F.W. D.1 702VPH 100 D/G COOL.W.W. PUMP P 150 125 701VPG 708VPH 727VPG 711VPH C NO.F.T.

h) After the run period. i) Check the alarm panel on the control panel to ensure that there are no alarm conditions. which also supplies cooling fresh water to the lubricating oil cooler. d) Check the level of water in the radiator and top up as necessary with clean water. this will allow for emergency starting should the main electrical power system fail. c) Ensure that the air receiver is fully charged and that the air hose to the air starter is secure.800 rpm 768kW Procedure to Manually Start the Emergency Diesel Engine (Using the Air Starter) a) Ensure that the engine AUTO / MAN switch is turned to the MAN position at the control panel. Procedure to Manually Start the Emergency Diesel Engine (Using the Electric Starter) a) Ensure that the AUTO / MAN engine selector switch is turned to the OFF position at the control panel. The local panel has a number of lamps which illuminate to indicate the status of various operating parameters. Taiyo Electric Co. f) Put the START-OFF toggle switch on START position at the instrument panel. A thermostat maintains the correct water outlet temperature from the engine. The engine running gear is force lubricated.Ltd. c) Observe all the checks as for automatic start. Whenever the engine has been started. 0. The tank is larger than the SOLAS requirement so that the generator can run for longer periods before the tank requires replenishing. KTA38DMGE Four cycle. an engine driven gear pump drawing oil from the integral sump and pumping it through the cooler. d) Put and hold the START-OFF toggle switch on START position at the instrument panel. e) Check that the engine is running smoothly. g) Close E / G ACB if required. the engine will now shut down. When normal electrical power is restored the emergency generator will be stopped by ship’s staff. the engine will now run up to speed. put the STOP START-OFF toggle switch on the instrument panel. 3ph. The power is supplied by batteries which are on constant charge while the ship is in service.Ltd FBT 45DL-4 450V.. e) Put the crank toggle switch to ON at the instrument panel. The cooling water is circulated by an engine driven pump. Normally the emergency generator will be selected for automatic starting so that it operates automatically in the event of the failure of the main electrical supply system. b) The engine AUTO/MAN switch is turned to the MAN position to prevent starting of the engine whilst checking is taking place. direct injection 1 set 12 159 mm 159mm 1. The engine is a 12 cylinder V-type turbocharged engine with a self-contained cooling water system. c) Check the level of LO in the engine sump and top up as necessary with the correct grade of oil. 787. . h) When the engine has stopped. turbocharged.5. Ensure the electric starter is secure in the housing. d) Press the START button on the alarm control panel... then through a filter before being supplied to the lubricating oil rail. 60Hz. f) Ensure the fuel oil supply valve to the diesel engine is open. The generator set will start automatically on power failure from the main electrical supply system and couple to the emergency switchboard to maintain an electrical supply to essential services. The emergency generator control panel provides monitoring information of the emergency generator. b) Check the LO. g) Ensure that the starting battery is fully charged. The generator set will also be used to get the ship under power from dead ship condition.3 Emergency Diesel Generator An electric starter motor is also provided. Press the TEST and RESET buttons on the alarm control panel. cooling water and fuel as in the procedure for automatic start. e) Check the level of DO in the emergency generator DO service tank and top up as required. i) Restore the air starter and set the engine to AUTO operation with the air starter. b) Unbolt the air starter from its housing and replace it with the electric unit. Air is drawn across the radiator by an engine driven fan. the fuel oil tank must be checked and refilled if the level has dropped to or below the 18 hour operation level. The tank has level monitoring which generates Low level alarm. The gas oil tank has a capacity to allow the generator to run for 18 hours on full load. investigate any abnormalities. cooling water pressure and rpm. fuel oil supply and cooling water. press the STOP button on the alarm control panel. A deck. h) Turn the operation switch on the emergency generator local panel to the AUTO position. f) Close E /G ACB if required. the engine will now shut down. The emergency generator control panel allows for selection of the operating mode and for local starting of the emergency generator. It will enable power to be supplied to essential services selectively without the need for external services such as starting air. The cooling water is radiator cooled and circulated by an engine driven pump. The engine is normally started by air.5 kVA(630kW). Check the engine oil pressure. A starting air reservoir supplies air to the starting air motor which drives the toothed rim of the flywheel by means of a pinion.8pf Descriptions The emergency diesel generator is a self-contained diesel engine located in the emergency generator engine room located on the starboard side of the engine room casing. Specification Engine : Maker : Type : Number of units : Number of cylinders : Cylinder bore : Piston stroke : Engine speed : Rated output : Alternator : Maker : Type : Capacity : STX Engine Co. This valve is normally left open when the engine is stopped. g) After the run period. The engine should be started once a week and run up to full load monthly. Procedure to Prepare the Emergency Diesel Engine for Automatic Starting a) Ensure that there is power at the emergency generator control panel by checking that the POWER ON light is illuminated. turn the control switch to the AUTO position to restore the engine to automatic standby.

Coolant Transfer Tube (Head to Head) 7. By-Pass Tube 13. Cylinder Liner 15 14 15. Coolant Filters 9. Coolant Supply from Radiator 12. Oil Cooler 10. Aftercooler Housing 2. Coolant in Block "V" 14. Aftercooler Coolant Supply 4. Water Pump 11.3a Emergency Diesel Generator Overview 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1. Thermostat 9 8. Aftercooler Core 3.5. Cylinder Head 13 12 11 10 . Coolant Return to Radiator 6. Aftercooler Coolant Return 5.

3b Emergency Diesel Generator Alternator 10 1 24 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Air 9 8 7 6 Air Air 19 20 21 2 3 23 5 4 22 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 AIR COOLER 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 TERMINAL BOX DAMPER BAR ROTATING RECTIFIER FRAME STATOR CORE 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 FAN BOSS SHAFT END BRACKET(BEARING SHIELD) SEARCH COIL DUCT PIECE ROTOR CORE BALL BEARING Ex. ARMATURE CORE Ex.8PF BRUSHLESS AC GENERATOR Ex.5. FIELD COIL Ex. ARMATURE COIL DAMPER PLATE STATOR CLAMPER 787. FIELD CORE STATOR COIL ROTOR COIL ROTOR CLAMPER FAN .5kVA 450V 60Hz -1 4P 1800min 0. FRAME Ex.

W.AIR COMPRESSOR 302VPL COFFERDUM CONTAMI.O.PUMP PAL 363 423VPE 201VPG 424VPE 402VPL 425VPE 149VPE 412VPE START.O.O. AIR D/G START AIR 1. ALARM C.TK 203VPG EMERGENCY GENERATOR SET AUTO START CONTROL PANEL SOURCE AUTO START RUNNING STAND-BY L. ENG.F.SERV. TRIP C.W.CLR AIR MOTOR 431VPE L.GEN. HIGH TEMP. TK FROM D. LOW PRESS.O.3c Emergency Diesel Generator Piping Systems 5.O.W. TEMP. SERV. HIGH TEMP.F. DRAIN F. LOW PRESS. F.HTR T PISTON CLG 211ZPD T/C 401VPL RADIATOR CORROSION RESISTOR PAL 358 PAL 364 START AIR RESERVOIR CT . D. ALARM OVERSPEED TRIP BATTERY CHARGER FAIL L.3c EMERGENCY DIESEL GENERATOR PIPING SYSTEM EMERGENCY GENERATOR ROOM SILENCER EMERG. GENE. AIR CLR F.AUTO MAN AUTO E/G Mode . TO OVERFLOW TK G.HTR CORROSION RESISTOR OIL PAN TAH 366 S L.O. LOW PRESS.Test Mode E/G TEST 210VPB EM'CY TRIP (PUSH LOCK TURN RESET) FS 202VPG EMERG. PUMP 432VPE 433VPE F. TRANS. MAIN BRG DU ESD TAH 358 363 T PISTON CLG AIR CLR T/C P PAL 754 EX H.W. ALARM START FAIL L.O.O.5. PUMP . SERV.O.S.PUMP F.F. HIGH C.PUMP INJECT. TRIP ALARM 228VPL LAMP & BELL TEST "AFTER ENGINE OVERSPEED LOCAL ENGINE PANEL SWITCH (OFF-RUN-START) MUST BE PUT TO OFF AND THEN BACK TO RUN POSITION TO RESET" START STOP RESET ENSURE SWITCHES ARE RETURNED TO "AUTO" AFTER TESTING T LAL 729 BELL STOP POWER SOURCE ON OFF MANUAL .0MPA STM TO G/E D.W.W.W.

(5) The ICAS does not allow to operate T/G1. BT2. BT-EL1. EM'CY SWBD ESB EG 450V BT-EL2 BT-EL1 SC D/G2 SCB Shore Connection Box T/G2 T/G1 D/G1 LE2 NO. BT-LM1 and BT-LM2 are closed) continuous for one (1) minute.1 6600V SWBD HVMSB1 6600V NO. EG.2 GSP CM2 BTC2 CM1 BTC1 ST ST ST ST ST ST Cargo Pumps 4 sets CP VRC No.2 Vapour Return Compressor No.2 CARGO SWBD HVCSB2 6600V NO.4 GSP NO.2 GSP Galley Equipment NO. BT-LM1 and BT-LM2 are permitted to close in case of one (1) or both of BT1 and BT2 open condition. T/G2.2 440V SWBD LVMSB2 450V BT-LM2 TM2 NO.2 CARGO GSP No.1 Vapour Return Compressor VRC CP Cargo Pumps 4 sets No. All of TM1.1 CARGO SWBD HVCSB1 6600V ST ST NO. this interlock must be released by selecting "Ship to ship from SWBD" mode at shore connection panel of ESB.5. BT-EL2. SC.3 T31HV1 Galley & Laundry Equipment NO. (4) Up to three (3) of TM1.2 Ballast Pump Ballast Pump BP No.1 BP No. BTC1 and BTC2 are permitted to close in order to prevent "Loop" distribution system. TM2. an alarm activates on the ICAS as a cution for the operator.1 CARGO GSP NO. EG and SC. (3) SC is not permitted to close during Ship's generator running. If the ring main condition (all of TM1. BT-LE1 AND BT-LE2 are permitted to prevent parallel running with Ship's service generators and shore generators. TM2. BT-LM1 and BT-LM2 are permitted to close allow supply changeover without a blackout of LVMSB in case of both of BT1and BT2 closed condition.4a Power Distribution System EG Restrictions on the circuit braker operation (1) Up to three (3) of CM1. CM2.2 6600V SWBD HVMSB2 6600V TRM2 DG2 TG2 BT2 BT1 TG1 DG1 NO. When the vessel supplies the power to another vessel.3 GSP . (2) Only one (1) of closing condition. E/G.1 440V SWBD LVMSB1 450V TM1 BT-LM1 LE1 MC2 MC1 TRM1 EM'CY 220V FEEDER ST ST Starter ST ST T31HV2 WSP Water Spray pump BP No.TM2. BT1.

6kV main switchboards is 230V AC and 110V DC supplied from a separate freestanding 110V DC UPS with battery banks. The normal operating condition of the network is as follows : ● The load sharing of the both turbine generators is controlled from the Integrated Control and Automation System (ICAS). and so provide total redundancy should any one feeder panel be unavailable due to a fault.6 kV switchboards.6 kV main switchboard is arranged in two interconnected sections. ● ● ● The tie lines provide both redundancy and supply continuity in the event of any system failures. The earthing switch is mechanically and electrically interlocked with the breaker. panel. active power meter (kW).6 kV main turbine generator panels and 6.600V feeder panel. 440V Main Switchboards The 440V main switchboard is arranged in two interconnected sections.000 kVA. The switchboard is normally fed from one section of each 440V main switchboard and with facility to supply the power from emergency generator. voltmeter. 3ph.4. Control of the safety interlocks is provided by the Power Management System (PMS) to prevent an undesirable closed loop in the network on the primary side of the main transformers.6 kV cargo switchboards are fed from the breakers on the port and starboard 6.6kV main switchboards will be linked. i. Each feeder panel can supply electrical power to the cargo and 440V switchboards. Each 6. Each 440V and 230V distribution circuit is protected against over current and short circuit by a molded case circuit breaker. 0.600 / 450V transformers.6 kV Main Switchboards The 6.6 kV main switchboards. 3ph.600V feeder panel supplies the power to starters for motor drives of the cargo pumps and high duty gas compressors and 450V cargo switchboard for low duty gas compressors and cargo auxiliaries services via 6.600V. ● Cargo Switchboards The 6.8pf Main Diesel Generator No.6 kV main system consists of two switchboards. To enhance the security of supplies. 787. 3ph. Large Motor Starters In the port and starboard 6.8pf Only one steam turbine generator is used during normal sea going conditions.000 kVA. diesel generator panel.5. These are fitted on the switchboard or panel board with inverse time over current and instantaneous short circuit trip units enclosed within the casing. The 450V feeder for cargo auxiliaries are fed via the port and starboard High Voltage (HV) 6. turbo generator panel.6kV main switchboard. and starters for motor drives of the ballast pumps and water spray pump as shown on diagram. Emergency Switchboard The emergency switchboard is located in the emergency switchboard room. of units : 2 sets Rating : 6. by back feeding from the emergency switchboard to the main 440V switchboard. .6kV bow thruster motor is started and stopped using an auto-transformer starter. Each section consists of a bus-tie panel. heating.6 kV main switchboard partitioned with wire net wall in the switchboard room. The 6. These feeder circuits are sized to accept the full load requirements of the respective switchboards. the bus-tie breakers will be closed effectively forming one 6. To enhance the security of supplies. 60Hz.1 Electrical Equipment 6. Each 6. all incomers and feeder breakers/vacuum contactors are equipped with an earthing switch on the field side for maintenance purposes.600 / 450V cargo service transformers. each section is located separately from the 6. It is possible to perform a cold start of the vessel. 0. which are in turn fed from the main and emergency 230V networks. This will provide sufficient power to start the necessary equipment to enable running of the turbine generator.6kV cargo pumps have starting and bypass contact systems as well as a soft starter group start.6kV main switchboards. The 6. two 6. Two generators are required when manoeuvring.600 / 450V engine service transformers respectively. communication and navigation equipment throughout the vessel. one engine room 230V feeder.8pf Emergency Diesel Generator No.5 kVA. One or both of the turbine generators and/or the diesel generator can feed the network. of units : 1 sets Rating : 450V. Each 440V cargo switchboard section consists of feeder panel. the 440V emergency switchboard. lighting. Power Distribution System The power distribution network consists of two 6. The port and starboard 440V main switchboards feed the emergency switchboard and also the accommodation and engine 230V feeder panel via 450 / 240V transformers. 0. two 440V switchboards. panel. connected by two transfer breakers.6 kV and 440V cargo switchboard is arranged in two interconnected sections. of units : 2 sets Rating : 6. each section is located in a separate switchboard room in the engine room. 60Hz. Group starter and distribution boards are provided in suitable locations to supply the various powers. 6. each section is located in a separate room on the upper deck in the accommodation. synchro. the breakers are interlocked to prevent this situation. The 6. The port and starboard 6. 60Hz. feeder panel and transf. The ICAS is fed from its own dedicated Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS). To enhance the security of supplies.600V.6 kV diesel generator panels are equipped with an ammeter. preventing the breaker from being closed if the earthing switch is connected and vice versa. Generating Plant The electrical power generating plant consists of the following : Main Steam Turbine Generator No. one accommodation 230V feeder and one 230V emergency feeder. reactive power meter (kVAR) and power factor meter.2 “Main Switchboard and Generator Operation”). (See 5. 4. The 6.6 kV cargo switchboard section consists of a bus-tie panel. If in local control. The main control voltage for the operation of the 6. that is.4. The port and starboard 440V main switchboards are fed via the port and starboard High Voltage (HV) 6. from total blackout. Off-load disconnecting switches are provided between each generator section. using the vapour return compressors and unloading cargo.e. The port and starboard 6. The engine room and the accommodation 230V feeders can both be fed via Low Voltage (LV) 440 / 230V transformers from the port and starboard 440V main switchboards.6 kV / 450V cargo switchboards. 2.

voltage. over current. connecting and load sharing of the diesel generator. Similarly. 440V Starters The 440V starters are generally of across-the-line type. which were in service before a blackout. the emergency generator will start automatically and feed the emergency switchboard. The exceptions are the motors for domestic services and small capacity motors of 0. the overload setting ensures the motor trips at 110% of its full load current by an ambient-compensated over current relay of thermal type with three current elements. Where continuously rated motors are used.1 Electrical Equipment Power Management System (PMS) The PMS controls the load sharing of the turbine generators and the starting. In the event of a blackout the diesel generator will start automatically if set in standby operation. are started automatically on recovery of the main bus voltage or emergency bus bar voltage. The PMS can start and stop the main diesel generator to provide extra generating capacity as required. . If both diesel generators fail. motors selected for standby are automatically returned to standby.6 “Preferential Tripping and Sequential Restarting”) 3) Earth monitoring 4) Control of the number of running generators in accordance with the ship’s power demand 5) Automatic blackout restart and connection of generators 6) Adjustment and storage of operational values. Motors that were selected for duty before the blackout are automatically returned to duty after the blackout. Standard Motors The 440V motors are generally of the squirrel cage induction type with a standard frame designed for AC 440V three phase 60Hz supply.4.4.6 “Preferential Tripping and Sequential Restarting”) The generator PMS has the following facilities : 1) Short circuit.5. The PMS performs the following main control functions : 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) Generator control and monitoring Load dependent start Blackout restart Load sharing/net frequency control Start blocking of heavy consumers Preferential trip Sequential Restarting Essential service motors.4kW or less.4. overload and reverse power tripping protection for the generators and network via operation of the circuit breaker. All the group starter panels are situated in the main switchboard rooms. circuit breaker under voltage trip or network preferential trips 2) Power. and feed the main switchboard. 8) Frequency. settings and alarms via panel display and keypads 7) The blocking of large motors until the number of running generators is sufficient to supply the motor start current and ship’s power demand. automatic control ensures the supply frequency remains at 60Hz independent of the load. They will start according to the predetermined restarting sequence. (See 5. the standby diesel generator is started and synchronized automatically and shut down once the low demand is re-established. frequency and current measurement (local and remote) of the generators and main bus / network Preference Tripping Non-essential loads are interrupted automatically in the case of an over current on any one of the main generators. In this case. (See 5. The motors in the engine room are of the totally enclosed fan cooled type. The steam turbine generators cannot be started and stopped automatically due to the nature of their local starting and stopping procedures. This provides continuity of supply to the essential consumers. with the exception of the deck group starter panels.

The table below shows the initial parameters for the load dependent start / stop function for the diesel generator. tank 4 HD compressor No. so if one breaker trips. in accordance with the actual electrical power consumption. the load dependent start and the load dependent stop functions must be switched on and the diesel generator set to STANDBY. Check synchronizers are provided for synchronizing the breakers when voltage is present on both sides of the breakers.4. To prevent overloading the power generation plant. No.6kV Cargo Switchboard. a standby generator start request is given. The bus-tie breakers will operate in pairs. the PMS will start block the following consumers : 6. the ICAS will activate the synchronizing unit which will perform engine speed adjustment and carry out volt / frequency / phase check before closing the breaker. two diesel generators and one emergency diesel generator. Start Blocking of Heavy Consumers When an electric motor start request is made from the ICAS. If one or both sides of the bus-tie breaker are without voltage when the close command is given. Port Side Description Cargo pump 2. the generator downloading and breaker trip will be performed automatically. the 440V supply breakers are allowed to close.5. A synchronising time-out alarm is given if the breaker is not closed within 30 seconds or 2 seconds during a blackout. Time-Out 60 sec 60 sec 60 sec 60 sec 60 sec Load Dependent Start / Stop The ICAS power management system will always ensure that the correct number of generators is connected. The two turbine generators cannot be set in standby mode and it is not possible to start them from the ICAS. such as a low load. Local and remote selection is done via separate buttons on the switchboard front panel. The system will prevent more than one heavy consumer starting at a time. In the event that both the 440V main switchboards are being fed from both the 6. the check synchronizer is bypassed and the breaker is closed immediately. Starboard Side Description Cargo pump 1.6kV main switchboards. an electric start order is given. tank 2 Cargo pump 2. tank 2 Cargo pump 1. If the generator stops due to an automatic stop request. the alternator can be connected to the switchboard.) Interlock of a Generator Breaker Operation The generator breaker will be blocked from closing by the PMS if any of the following conditions apply : 1) 2) 3) 4) Generator speed control in manual mode Busbar earth knife closed Generator breaker not ready Generator breaker tripped and blocked (start block must be manually reset) 65% 15 min 60% 15 min 55% 15 min . the synchronizing unit will be activated automatically and the generator will connect without operator intervention. The bus-tie breakers work as a pair. the PMS will check whether the available power is sufficient to allow a start of the electric motor. tank 1 Cargo pump 2. To enable the load dependent start / stop system. tank 3 Cargo pump 1. tank 4 HD compressor No. Generator Breaker Control When a generator is started and the alternator voltage is established. the consumer will be started without checking the power available. of Generators 1 1 1 1 1 Breaker Disconnection for the Diesel Generator A DISCONNECT command given by the operator will cause an automatic load reduction of the generator. (Note : If the heavy consumers start block is switched off.2 Blocking Limit 440kW 440kW 440kW 440kW 730kW No. This is done separately for each switchboard. from the PMS or the diesel engine safety system.2 Main Switchboard and Generator Operation Transfer Circuit Breakers The transfer breakers can be operated from the switchboard (local control) and from the ICAS (remote control). When closing the circuit breaker onto a dead bus the synchronising unit is bypassed by internal HV switchboard logic. without operator intervention. tank 1 Cargo pump 1. In the event of an automatic start request. provided the load sharing mode is either SYMMETRIC or ASYMMETRIC. the Power Management System (PMS) will activate the synchronizing unit which will perform the turbine speed adjustment and volt / frequency / phase check before closing the circuit breaker.1 Blocking Limit 730kW 730kW 730kW 730kW 960kW No. the other one in the pair will be opened. If sufficient capacity is not reached within the time-out specified time. of Generators 2 2 2 2 2 The Electric Power Plant The electric power plant consists of two turbine generators. Time-Out 120 sec 120 sec 120 sec 120 sec 120 sec The heavy consumers start block function can be switched on or off from an operator station. of Generators Connected 1 (turbine generator) 2 (turbine generator) 3 (diesel generator) 4 (diesel generator) Start limit 1 84% 86% Delay Start time limit 2 30 sec 90% 30 sec 91% Delay time 10 sec 10 sec Stop limit Delay time 6. Upon a close command from the operator station. When the generator load is less than 10% the PMS will give a signal to the switchboard to trip the generator circuit breaker. When receiving a CONNECT command from the operator station. the motor start order is timed-out and the start has failed. These generators are controlled from the Integrated Automation System (ICAS). tank 3 Cargo pump 2. If not. The load dependent start / stop function is based on the % load (kW) of the connected generator(s).6kV Cargo Switchboard. When the capacity of the power plant is sufficient and other start conditions are fulfilled.

2) Monitoring of the Turbine and Generator The monitoring includes : • LO temperatures and pressures of the turbine. Blackout Restart In the event of a blackout on the 6.5. All circuit breakers are equipped with undervoltage relays and the PMS will reconnect the breakers after the diesel generator has started. the load of the generators running in parallel will be equal with a small (1%) dead band of rated power. d) Start one boiler : • Start the control air compressor • Start the cold start feed water pump • Start the forced draft fan at low speed • Start the FO burning pump • Start the boiler gauge board • Start the seal air fan • Start the CCS fresh water pump • Start the sea water cooling pump . an alarm will be activated and the diesel generator standby start will be initiated. It should automatically start as a result of a blackout. couple the secondary (440V) transformer : • Switch the relay synchronizing switch to position 2 • Select the breaker control for the secondary transformer supply to position 2 (local) • Adjust the turbine generator frequency to match the emergency generator frequency • When the green light in the synchronizing relay is lit. This will provide sufficient power to start the necessary equipment to enable running of the turbine generator. The load sharing mode can be selected individually for each generator and is based on active power (kW) measurements. Procedure a) Start the emergency generator set. all consumer breakers from the main switchboard and emergency switchboard must be open. if set in the standby condition. the emergency generator will stop automatically. Manual load sharing cannot be selected when the generator is in standby mode. Speed increase/decrease signals are sent to the speed governor during load sharing and net frequency control. The control from the ICAS is similar for both turbine generators and consists of the following main control functions : 1) Boiler Interaction When the boiler steam pressure drops to below 4. by back feeding from the emergency switchboard to the main 440V switchboard.2 Main Switchboard and Generator Operation Load Sharing e) Run the boiler until sufficient pressure is achieved.6kV main switchboard • Start the auxiliary lubricating oil pump h) Couple the turbine generator with the emergency switchboard for load transfer. • Automatic connection of the interconnection breaker to the main switchboard located in the emergency switchboard panel Turbine Generator Power Management System Turbine Generator Control and Alarm Monitoring Unlike the diesel engine. In this mode the PMS is not performing active load sharing of the generators.9 MPa. It should automatically connect. stem drum level rises to 150mm from normal or both boilers trip. b) Connect the emergency generator to the emergency switchboard. the PMS will connect the diesel generator to the starboard switchboard. If there is a blackout on the port and starboard switchboards. the PMS will immediately give a start order to the diesel generator.4. An alarm will be activated in the ICAS when the load is increased to above 90%. press the button to connect the transformer secondary supply in parallel with the emergency generator supply • Disconnect the interconnection switch between the main switchboard and the emergency switchboard • Change the position of the key from position 2 to position 1 at the emergency switchboard • Connect the interconnection switch between the main switchboard and the emergency switchboard i) Disconnect the emergency generator : • Change over of power at the emergency switchboard from the emergency generator to the turbine generator will occur automatically upon detection of normal ship’s supply. c) Feed the main switchboard from the emergency switchboard : • Change the position of the key from position 1 (Normal) to position 2 (Feedback) at the emergency switchboard. It will be connected to the dead busbar because the synchronizing unit is bypassed by the DIRECT CLOSE signal from the PMS. 2) Manual Load Sharing When the diesel generator is selected for manual load sharing. j) Normal operation with the turbine generator running: • Close all consumer breakers at the main and emergency switchboards. • Automatic loading of the spring on the breaker for interconnection with the main switchboard in the emergency switchboard panel. Load Shedding Load shedding is not part of the ICAS and will be done by the switchboard logic.6kV switchboard. The ICAS Power Management System allows the following load sharing options : 1) Symmetrical Load Sharing In this mode. the operator can give speed increase/decrease signals to the speed governor directly from the generator operation menu on an operator station. After 5 minutes cooling down time. the turbines must be started locally. that is from total blackout. Cold Start of the Vessel from the Emergency Switchboard It is possible to perform a cold start of the vessel. f) Start the turbine feed water pump : • Start the auxiliary circulating pump • Start the main lubricating oil pump • Start the main feed turbine pump panel • Start the drain pump • Start the main condensate pump g) Start the turbine generator : • Start the UPS for 6. gearing and generator bearings • Generator winding temperatures 3) Turbine Stop A normal stop sequence of the turbine can be caused by : • A stop request from the ICAS operator station after the generator has been downloaded to 10% load and the breaker has been disconnected • The safety system of the generator is activated WARNING Before feeding the main switchboard from the emergency switchboard.

) • Start request from heavy consumers (will start and connect to the busbar and share the load with the running turbine generator. A normal stop sequence of the engine can be caused by : • Stop request from an operator station. If the engine does not start in this time. A disconnection failure alarm is given if the ‘Circuit Breaker Opened’ feedback is not confirmed within 5 seconds after open command.) • Over current on running generator (will start and connect to the bus bar and share the load with the running turbine generator.) • Low voltage on main bus bar (will start and connect to the bus bar after the generator breaker in service has tripped. a cooling down period will be activated between the breaker disconnecting and the engine stop signal.) In order to start the diesel engine..) • High exhaust back pressure at turbine generator (will start and connect to the busbar and share the load with the running turbine generator. A ‘Circuit Breaker Ready’ signal is sent to the ICAS. • The turning gear is engaged. • Low steam pressure at turbine generator (will start and connect to the busbar and share the load with the running turbine generator.) • Disconnect interlocked The opening of the generator breaker is possible when : • Generator load <10% of generator nominal load • No interlock active Two types of load reduction can be defined for the turbine generators : 1. • An ‘Inconsistency’ alarm sounds if the circuit breaker is closed and the turbine generator is stopped. If the engine fails to start. The ramp setting is set to 2%/second ( % of nominal load). • Bus bar earth knife closed • Safety system of the diesel generator activated Once the generator starts the voltage will normally rise to 6. • An ‘RPM Failure’ alarm is given if the running indication disappears while the generator voltage is normal or the generator breaker is closed.) • Low frequency on main bus bar (will start and connect to the bus bar and share the load with the running turbine generator. • An ‘Error’ alarm sounds if the turbine generator is started / stopped in remote mode without the corresponding command. The engine start sequence can be activated if it is in the standby mode and as a result of the following conditions : • Start request from operator station (will start and connect to the bus bar. The ICAS blocks the engine from stopping if the engine is in local control or not reset from a previously corrected alarm.2 Main Switchboard and Generator Operation Disconnect by the ICAS The breaker disconnect can be initiated when the following apply : • Disconnect request from an operator station • Load dependent stop (if the generator is in standby mode. on request or automatically from the PMS. a waiting time of 60 seconds is activated before another start is attempted.) . Reduce the load as fast as possible and disconnect when the generator load is <10% of the nominal load. If the rated voltage is not established within the Volt / Frequency OK time-out values (10 seconds) after engine start a ‘Voltage Not Established’ alarm will be given.) • Safety system of the connected generator activated (if the generator is in standby mode. The ICAS will fail to start the engine due to start blocking if : • The safety system has caused a shutdown (pre-lubrication oil pressure is low). not reset after downloading time-out.) • Bus bar blackout (will start and connect to the Busbar. Ramp down (%/second) and disconnect when the generator load is <10% of the nominal load.) • High boiler water level (will start and connect to the bus bar after the generator breaker in service has tripped.) • High voltage on main bus bar (will start and connect to the bus bar after the generator breaker in service has tripped. The generator will be downloaded either automatically or manually from an operator station. the ICAS gives a start signal of 10 seconds.) • Circuit breaker abnormal on running generator (will start and connect to the bus bar and shore the load with the running turbine generator. to 10% of the nominal load before the breaker disconnects and the stop signal is given. The generator breaker can be closed when all the following conditions apply : • • • • • • • • Turbine is running Circuit breaker in inserted position Voltage established Breaker not tripped or blocked from protection relay Earth switch open Breaker in remote control No synchronization block signal Enable restart from protective devices Diesel Generator Power Management System Diesel Engine Control and Monitoring The diesel generator PMS consists of four main control functions : • • • • Diesel engine start / stop on request or automatically from the PMS Diesel engine safety system Control and auxiliary systems Alarm and monitoring of the diesel engine 1) Engine start and stop. the generator voltage would normally rise to the rated voltage.) The breaker will be prevented from disconnecting when the following apply : • Breaker in local control • Internal blocking (e. If a load dependent stop is initiated. a START FAILURE alarm is sounded and the start failure must be reset before a new start can be performed.600V before the generator is available to connect to the busbar.) • Load dependent start (will start and connect to the busbar and share the load with the running turbine generator. or the circuit breaker position is changed without command.. • A ‘Synchronizing Time-out’ alarm will be given if the synchronizing time exceeds 30 seconds. Turbine Generator Breaker Connect / Disconnect Connect by the ICAS The generator breaker connect can be initiated when a connect request is sent from an operator station. 2.g. The breaker must be ‘ready’ before it can be closed. Alarm Monitoring The following alarms are generated : • A ‘Disconnect Failure’ is given if the ‘circuit breaker opened’ feedback is not confirmed within 5 seconds after the open command.4. • Upon successful start.5. • Load dependent stop from the PMS if the generator is in standby mode.

The software generated alarms are as follows : • RPM FAILURE alarm is given if the ‘Engine Run’ indication disappears while the generator voltage is normal and the generator breaker is closed. blackout detection units in the 6.) • The safety system is activated (if the generator is in standby mode. Dead Bus Operation In the event that a blackout on the 6.g. after a successful engine start.2 Main Switchboard and Generator Operation Generator Breaker Disconnect by the ICAS A generator breaker disconnect can be initiated as a result of the following conditions : • A disconnect request from the operator station • A load dependent stop (if the generator is in standby mode.600V within 10 seconds. 3) Control of auxiliary systems includes the starting and stopping of the prelubrication oil pump in response to the ‘Engine Run’ feedback signal.4. a reset command from the operator station keyboard is required before any new start of the engine can be performed. the PMS will immediately give a start order to the diesel generator if set in standby mode. the voltage does not rise to 6. The ramp setting is set to 2% / second (% of nominal load).) The breaker can be closed when : • • • • • • • • Engine is running Circuit breaker in inserted position Voltage established Breaker not tripped or blocked from protection relay Earth switch open Breaker in remote control No synchronization block signal Enable restart from protective devices 2) The diesel engine safety system. In the event of blackout on both the port and starboard 6. • SYNCHRONIZED TIME-OUT alarm will sound if the synchronizing time exceeds 30 seconds.5. the PMS will default connect the diesel generator to the starboard side. • DISCONNECTION FAILURE alarm is given when the ‘Circuit Breaker Open’ feedback signal is not confirmed within 5 seconds after the open command. • VOLTAGE NOT ESTABLISHED alarm will sound if. • STOP FAILURE alarm is given when the ‘Engine Run’ feedback signal is not lost within 60 seconds after the open command. • START FAILURE alarm is given when the ‘Engine Run’ feedback signal is not confirmed 10 seconds after the start command. • INCONSISTENCY ALARM is sounded if the circuit breaker is closed and the engine is stopped. (Note : ‘Circuit breaker tripped and blocked’ must be manually reset on 6. or the circuit breaker position is changed without the corresponding command. • ERROR alarm sounds when it is in remote mode and it is started or stopped without the corresponding command. A disconnection failure alarm is given if the ‘Circuit Breaker Opened’ feedback is not confirmed within 5 seconds after the open command. • Reduce the load as fast as possible and disconnect when the generator load <10% of the nominal load.6kV switchboards.) The breaker will be prevented from disconnecting when the following apply : • • • • Breaker in local control Internal blocking (e. which when activated will result in the following immediate actions : • A stop command signal to the engine • Emergency stop command to the engine • Open command to the circuit breaker When the shutdown system has been activated. not reset after downloading time-out) Disconnect interlocked Generator load >10% of the nominal load Diesel Generator Breaker Connect/Disconnect Connect by the ICAS The generator breaker connect can be initiated if the generator is in the standby mode and as a result of the following : • • • • • • • When a connect request is sent from an operator station Load dependent start Start request from heavy consumer Busbar blackout Safety system of a turbine generator is activated Alarm start of any connected generator Both boilers trip 4) Alarm and monitoring of the engine. A synchronizing time-out alarm will be given if the synchronizing time exceeds 30 seconds. It can be caused by the following : • • • • Generator breaker not ready Generator breaker tripped and blocked Busbar earth knife closed Generator speed control in manual The opening of the generator breaker is possible when : • Generator load <10% of generator nominal load • No interlock active Two types of load reduction can be defined for the diesel generator : • Ramp down (%/second) and disconnect when the generator load <10% of the nominal load.6 kV main switchboard before ‘Close’ operation from the ICAS if possible. . The generator breaker will be prevented from closing.6 kV switchboard is detected. if a ‘Connect Blocking’ signal has been activated.6kV switchboard will bypass the synchronizing unit and it will be connected to the dead busbar.

If this breaker does not receive a signal that one of the other two breakers has opened within 40 seconds.600V switchboard power management panel. ensure that the selector switch is in the REMOTE position. using the Lower / Raise switch until the synchroscope light revolves slowly in a clockwise + direction. click on the DG icon to display the menu and click on STOP on the menu to stop the engine. the 6. The synchroscope lights will turn off and the power management system will control the generator to remain in parallel with the main switchboard. b) On the menu list click on the DISCONNECT button to disconnect the generator from the main switchboard. the transfer breaker will be open. Procedure to Start the Diesel Generator Engine and Parallel with the Main Switchboard from the ICAS The following procedure describes how to put the diesel generator into symmetric mode. the 450V incoming breaker will open. The 450V incoming breaker cannot be closed before the transformer 6. To change the set up of the breakers.000 kVA 6.5.600 / 450V transformers and transformer feeder in the cargo switchboard room feeds the 440V section of the cargo switchboards via a 1. (Note : The selector switch Local / Auto position is similar to Remote / Auto position.600V transformer feeders and the 440V transfer breaker whereby only two of the three can be closed at the same time.6 kV main switchboard. i) On the menu list click on the CONNECT button to parallel the generator with the main switchboard. b) At the local control panel. h) To parallel the diesel or turbine generator. return to the diesel generator to ensure that the engine is running satisfactorily and without any leaks or excessive noise.600V feeder breaker is closed and if the 6.600V and the 440V transfer breakers are interlocked whereby. f) Once the diesel generator engine has started. allow the engine to run for a few minutes for cooling down purposes. short time parallelling is allowed. select the Power Management screen and click on the DG icon to reveal a menu list. the exhaust gas temperatures. if the 6. manually start it and then connect it to the 6. 6.600V transfer breakers are not closed. The transfer breaker can be closed if only one transformer feeder is closed. e) On the menu list click on START to start the diesel generator engine.600V feeder breaker opens. Transformer Feeder Functions Transformer feeders in the engine room are feeding the port and starboard main 440V switchboards via two 2.600 / 450V transformer. d) Turn the Remote / Auto switch to the Remote / Auto position. d) Ensure that the LO pump starts when the engine stops.g.2 Main Switchboard and Generator Operation Procedure to Disconnect the Diesel or Turbine Generator from the Main Switchboard and Stop the Diesel Engine from the ICAS a) Click on the DG or TG icon to reveal a menu list. (Note : The following procedure is for the diesel generator only. turn the Remote/Auto switch to the Local/Manual position.) c) Before stopping.) . The synchroscope lights will turn on to indicate if the generator is turning too fast + or too slow -. it will trip.500kVA. Due to the limited short circuit rating of the 440V switchboards and to prevent load transfer between the port and starboard 6. g) Allow the engine to run for 10 minutes before deciding to parallel the generator with the main switchboard. After putting the switch to the Local / Auto position. e. the 440V transfer breakers cannot close except when only one transformer feeder is closed and one open. If the two transformer feeders are closed. d) Finally. c) Turn the CB Trip / Close switch to the CLOSE position and the generator will connect to the main switchboard when the revolving light reaches the top position on the synchroscope. In addition to this. d) On the menu list click on SYMMETRIC. Two interlocks are provided on the 450V side of the transformer. a) Ensure that the engine is ready for starting. c) At the ICAS in the MCR. If on test. Procedure to Manually Connect the Diesel or Turbine Generator to the Main Switchboard a) At the main 6. The synchronizing function (lower / raise and comparison of voltage) is still carried out by the synchronizer.600V switchboards via the 440V switchboards there is an interlocking system between the two 6. allow the diesel generator to be paralleled for at least 30 minutes. b) Raise or lower the speed of the generator.4. the close switch must be operated to start the synchronizer. select the PMS screen and click on the DG or TG icon to reveal a menu list. The breaker to close gets a close signal and closes.

i) At the 6. g) The shore supply should be closely monitored to ensure the 1. d) At the power management panel turn the Remote / Auto switch to the Local / Manual position. the “bright” light will be lit. the 6. It is used during dry docks and refits to provide the vessel with power from ashore when the vessel’s normal power generator facilities are unavailable. If the phase sequence is incorrect. including the sequential start system.600V switchboards close breaker to feed the 440V switchboards via the main transformers.000A current is not exceeded. Set the PMS to MANUAL to ensure that the diesel generator does not start when the vessel blacks out. d) At the both 6. The phase sequence should be checked before connecting shore power to the main switchboard. e) At the 440V main switchboards close breaker to feed the port and starboard main switchboards. e) Lower or raise the generator speed until the synchronizer light slowly revolves in the + direction. Do not attempt to close the circuit breaker for the main transformers or the diesel generator while the shore power is supplying power to the main switchboards. power to shore connection box can supply both the 440V main switchboards. etc. c) Run up the diesel generator on local control. the shore supply must be isolated and two supply phases changed over. the secondary side of 6. .000A. When shore power is connected and operational. a) Isolate all non-essential services. In this situation.600V main switchboards open breaker. lighting. if conditions allow. Reduce the load at the 440V main switchboards to the absolute minimum.6kV / 450V transformer breakers will always be open. f) Proceed to supply essential services such as fire detection.3 Shore Power Procedure for the Operation of Shore Power Reception The vessel is being supplied by the diesel generator.5. b) Isolate all non-essential services. The maximum current rating for each shore connection is 1. WARNING Do not attempt to close the circuit breaker for the shore power source while the main transformers or the diesel generator are supplying power to the main switchboards. f) Turn the breaker Trip / Close switch to the CLOSE position to connect the generator to the main switchboard when the synchronizer light passes the top position. h) At the 440V main switchboards close breaker to feed the switchboards from the main transformers. If the phase sequence is correct. A shore power connection box of 440V is included in the emergency switchboard. The supply should then be re-connected and the phase sequence checked once again. Stop the diesel generator. Set the PMS to MANUAL to ensure that the diesel generator does not start when the vessel blacks out.4. b) Isolate the emergency generator to ensure that it does not start. If a diesel generator starts and one of the transformer breakers close. g) At the 440V main switchboards open the breaker to black out. A phase sequence monitoring system is fitted on the shore supply connection box.6kV / 450V transformer breaker cannot close. the “dark” light will be lit. j) Supply consumers as required and return the switchboards and generators to automatic operation. c) At the shore connection box turn the shore power switch on. including the sequential start system. When the bus tie breaks control switch is selected “feed back” mode on emergency switchboard. Reduce the load at the main 440V switchboards to the absolute minimum. Procedure for the Transfer from Shore Power to Diesel Generator a) Isolate the emergency generator to ensure that it does not start.

They are all of the totally enclosed. cylindrical rotor. 3ph. 4. 2. 3ph. 0. IP44 720 rpm 10.000 kVA.8pf. therefore the ingress of dirt must be kept to a minimum. Type : HPW 65B-4 Capacity/rating : 6. IP44 Speed : 1. six are active and three are spare. The winding temperatures must be closely monitored when operating in this condition. 726W Electrical The alternator output voltage is kept constant by a microprocessor based automatic voltage regulator (AVR). One bearing is of insulated type to prevent harmful circulating current. The grooves drain any leakage water from the primary tubes.4. c) Close the emergency cooling plate on the top of the generator to block the top module air flow.000 kVA.800 rpm Weight : 13. These temperatures can be monitored from the Integrated Control and Automation System (ICAS) screen mimics and will raise alarms when the temperature set points are exceeded. Description Two main steam turbine generators and two diesel generator are fitted. the alternator may still be run on reduced load the emergency ventilation in place. as follows . self-excited. These protect against internal condensation during shutdown periods. the outer tube has internal grooves. Generator cooling is provided by passing air over the integral fresh water cooler. The cooler is constructed of double tubes. which will raise an alarm via the ICAS alarm system. 0. using a closed circuit air supply. The bearings also have PT100 temperature sensors which can be monitored from the ICAS screen mimic and will raise alarms when the temperature set points are exceeded. two turbine alternators will be on load supplemented by the diesel alternator if necessary. 726W The main bearings are of the self-lubricating sleeve type using oil ISO VG68 for turbine generator and SAE #40 for diesel generator.. High 85°C 85°C 125°C 125°C 125°C 49°C 43°C 148A Emergency Cooling If the cooling system fails. a) Open all side cover plates on both sides of the alternator b) Remove the plates but do not remove the nets behind them. The alternators employ the Automatic Voltage Regulator which precisely controls the output voltage of the alternators by controlling the amount of current supplied to the exciter field.5.8pf.. 350A. Description 311 Bearing turbine side 312 Bearing free end 313 Winding U 314 Winding V 315 Winding W 316 Air cooler outlet air 317 Air cooler outlet FW 307 Air cooler FW leak 329 Load current Steam Turbine Driven Alternators Maker : Taiyo Electric Co. One turbine alternator will provide electrical power under normal conditions at sea and in port.4 Main Alternators Bearings ICAS Alarms Turbine Driven Alternator Tag No.900kg Heating : 220V. Space heaters are fitted which are energised when the generator vacuum circuit breakers are open. During standbys. brushless type fitted with an integral air to fresh water cooler.000kg 220V. 60Hz.600V.Ltd. Nine PT100 sensors are embedded in the stator to monitor the temperature in each phase winding. During emergency cooling the alternator protection is lowered to IP 21. HPW 558C-10 6. Description 241 Bearing turbine side 242 Bearing free end 243 Winding U 244 Winding V 245 Winding W 249 Air cooler FW leak 259 Load current Diesel Driven Alternator Tag No. 60Hz. 175A. which is drained out via a clearance between the primary and secondary tube plate to the leakage detector. manoeuvring or cargo operations. .Ltd. with the diesel alternators on standby.600V. High 85°C 85°C 125°C 125°C 125°C 297A Diesel Driven Alternator Maker : Type : Capacity/rating : Speed : Weight : Heating : Taiyo Electric Co.

The generator is of the self-excited. f) The emergency generator will now supply the emergency switchboard 440V busbar. d) When the stop solenoid is de-energized after approximately 50 seconds. Maker : Type : Capacity/rating : Speed : Weight : Heating : Description A self-contained emergency diesel generator. a) Trip bus tie breaker for LV main switchboard. e) The generator starts via its air starter and 'RUNNING' on the generator engine control panel. To restart again with 3 start attempts press the RESET pushbutton twice. The operator selector switch is in the AUTO position.4. the electric starter will disengage automatically. by ship’s staff. The alternator’s automatic voltage regulator is located within the emergency switchboard. are opened automatically when zero volts is detected on the emergency switchboard. This will provide sufficient power to start the necessary equipment to enable running of the turbine generator. c) After cooling down. The heater is interlocked with the generator circuit breaker. e) Select CLOSE of ACB control switch on emergency switchboard. The operator selector switch is in the MAN position. c) Close E / G ACB after 30sec. from bus tie breaker trip. . The generator has sufficient capacity to enable the starting of the required machinery to power up the vessel from a dead condition. Back-Feeding from the Emergency Switchboard to the 440V Main Switchboard It is possible to perform a cold start of the vessel from total blackout by back feeding from the emergency switchboard to the 440V main switchboard. 60Hz. At the third failed start. 'START FAIL' on the generator engine control panel will be lit and any further attempt to start the engine is blocked. Automatic Stop of the Emergency Diesel Engine a) Normal ship’s power has been restored and the emergency switchboard is being supplied from either the port or starboard 440V main switchboard. b) At the Selco M2000 control panel (or the remote stop pushbutton). Main Switchboard Power Restoration Upon restoration of normal power. Should the engine not start. a third attempt is made.5.780kg 220V. c) Put and hold the START-OFF toggle switch on START position at the instrument panel for 3 to 10 seconds and put the crank toggle switch to ON. Emergency Generator Testing Emergency generator sequence test button is provided in the emergency switchboard. 'INOPERATION' will stop flashing and the engine is available for restart. press the START / STOP pushbutton until 'INOPERATION' starts flashing slowly. b) The emergency generator operation switch is set to MAN at the generator engine control panel. d) When the emergency generator speed reaches approximately 350 rpm. 0. Emergency Generator Failure to Start in AUTO Should the diesel engine fail to reach 350 rpm within 25 seconds from the time of the first start. the engine is ready to start. The emergency generator circuit breaker will connect automatically to the emergency switchboard after confirming the continuation of no-voltage. The generator is fitted with a space heater to prevent condensation when the generator is stationary or idling. b) The emergency generator operation switch is set to AUTO at the generator engine control panel. the air starter will disengage automatically and ' RUNNING ' will be lit constantly. c) The Emergency switchboard bus-tie breaker opens due to a zero volt situation (440V switchboard blackout). The diesel engine cannot be restarted while the stop solenoid is energized. with the manual setting being used for testing the generator and emergency operation of the generator in the event of automatic start failure. the stop solenoid will remain energized for approximately a further 50 seconds. FBT 45DL-4 450V. g) If the emergency switchboard bus voltage is still zero. 787. Automatic mode will be normally selected. and initiate black out. will flash. b) Start emergency generator. d) Emergency generator is unload running. f) When the emergency generator speed reaches approximately 550 rpm. The emergency generator now feeds the emergency switchboard. rated at 630kW. The engine controller will stop further start attempts. Following emergency generator start sequence can be confirmed by pushing of the test button. When automatic mode is selected. 645W Manual Operation: Generator Start and Connection onto Dead Bus a) The emergency generator interlocks are normal. There is a potentiometer at the generator cubicle to enable the voltage to be manually adjusted. in case the bus tie breaker is recovered within 30 sec. IP44 1.. the emergency generator is started automatically by detecting zero volts on the emergency switchboard bus bars. 3 phase. d) At the end of 50 seconds.8pf. brushless type and can be set for manual or automatic operation.800 rpm 4. the emergency generator breaker closes.5 Emergency Alternator Taiyo Electric Co. Ltd. changeover from emergency power to normal power will occur automatically. The emergency generator will supply the emergency switchboard 30 seconds from zero volts being detected at the emergency switchboard. a second automatic start attempt will be made. the emergency generator receives a start command. The emergency generator will then continue to run unloaded for a cooling down period of approximately 2 minutes before stopping automatically. The emergency switchboard is normally supplied from either of the 440V main switchboards. b) As soon as a stop signal is received. 'IN OPERATION' on the Selco panel will start to flash slowly to indicate acceptance of the stop signal but the engine will continue to run for approximately 2 minutes to cool down.5kVA. which connect to the 440V main switchboards. d) The emergency switchboard bus voltage drops to zero. c) When 'INOPERATION' starts to flash slowly. is installed in the emergency generator room for use in an emergency or during refit. Emergency Generator Automatic Start and Automatic Breaker Closure onto Dead Bus a) The emergency generator interlocks are normal. the stop solenoid will be de-energised and 'IN OPERATION' will stop flashing and the engine will be available for restart. the engine speed will be decreased to approximately 450rpm and the stop solenoid will be energized for approximately 50 seconds. Manual Stop of the Emergency Diesel Engine a) Normal ship’s power has been restored and the emergency switchboard is being supplied from either the port or starboard 440V main switchboard. the engine is ready to start. 1010A. The bus tie breakers on the emergency switchboard.

1 CARGO PUMP NO.TANK NO.8 DECK MACHINE NO.3 C.AIR COND.AIR COND. RM ROOM HEATER NO.TANK NO.2 SANITARY SPACE EXH.1 SW.2 VAPOUR RETURN COMPRESSOR NO.UNIT NO.3 C. NO.1 STEER ENG.1 DECK MACHINE NO. If the running generator.6 kV services.FAN NO.2 CARGO PUMP NO.2 STEER ENG.FAN ENG.ARC WELDER LATHE PEDESTAL GRINDER PEDESTAL DRILL MACHINE COMB.2 FWD STORE RM HEATER ELECT.AIR COND.4.EQUIP RM PACK. If the overload occurs in the 440V services (main transformers). ELEC.1 FWD STORE RM HEATER NO.AIR COND.TANK NO.WORK SHOP PACK.1 CARGO PUMP NO.2 CARGO PUMP NO.6 DECK MACHINE NO.1 CARGO PUMP NO.2 AIR COND. RM ROOM HEATER NO.FAN Case-A ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ Case-B ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ Case-C ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ If the overload occurs in the 6. NO. AIR COND. the disconnection is detected by the power management system with the following sequence : 3) If the overload (over current) is maintained on the running main generator after Case-B activation. the disconnection is detected by an overload relay in the following sequence : 1) 2) If the main transformers experience a 105% overload for a period of 30 seconds (high winding temperature).2 CARGO PUMP NO. NO. W / SHOP WELDING SPACE EXH.6 Preferential Tripping and Sequential Restarting Preferential Tripping The power management system matches the generator capacity to the power requirements of the vessel. NO.1 CARGO PUMP NO.1 C.9 DECK MACHINE NO.WORK SHOP PACK.TANK NO.2 CSB RM PACK.4 C.1 CSB RM PACK. certain service groups will be disconnected. Case-C will be initiated. LABORATORY PACK.TANK NO. experience a 105% overload (over current).UNIT NO.5 FWD STORE RM HEATER NO. Case-A will be initiated.BD RM PACK. NO. should a main generator or main transformer be overloaded for a set period of time.4 DECK MACHINE NO. However.TANK NO.OF STOP GSP3 GSP3 FWDDA FWDDA FWDDA FWDDB FWDDB WRKDB WRKDB WRKDB WRKDB WRKDB WRKDB WRKDB WRKDB WRKDB WRKDB WRKDB PP42 PP42 PP42 NO.AIR COND.2 SW. Case-B will be initiated.AIR COND.OF STOP HVCSB1 HVCSB1 HVCSB1 HVCSB1 HVCSB1 HVCSB2 HVCSB2 HVCSB2 HVCSB2 HVCSB2 LVMSB1 LVMSB1 LVMSB1 LVMSB1 LVMSB1 LVMSB1 LVMSB2 LVMSB2 LVMSB2 LVMSB1 LVMSB1 LVMSB1 NO.5. & INST.1 AIR COND.4 C.TANK NO.2 CARGO PUMP NO. POS.2 C.10 DECK MACHINE Case-A Case-B ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ Case-C POS.1 VAPOUR RETURN COMPRESSOR NO. TEST PANEL ELECTRIC HOIST PLASMA CUTTER NO.1 C.AIR COND.1 SANITARY SPACE EXH.7 DECK MACHINE NO.2 C. .BORING / MILLING MACHINE.1 EL.TANK NO.BD RM PACK.

priming pump Fuel gas comp. The transformer breakers will be reconnected immediately after voltage is restored to the 6.5 1.1 main air compressor Time Delay I.5 3. fire pump room supply fan Steering engine room supply fan CO2 bottle room exhaust. the 440V incoming breakers will be delayed .5. circulating pump D/G starting air compressor kW 80 5.5 kW 11 5.5 30 22 22 3. L.2 Forced draft fan Time Delay H. pump Cargo & ballast V.5 5. No.3 & 4 E/R supply fans Time Delay F. No.5 Sequential Restarting Blackout reconnection of breakers will only be necessary for the transformer supply breakers and the 440V switchboard incoming breakers. Main condensate pump Central cooling fresh water pump D/G cooling fresh water pump D/G cooling sea water pump kW 45 55 7.O.1 & 2 E/R supply fans Drain pump Vacuum pump Vent duct exhaust fan Time Delay E.5 1. burning pump Fire fight fresh water pump Fire line press. Fresh water pump Drink water pump No. control hyd. pump T/G L.5 1. 15 sec. 0 sec. 5 sec.(Note : The reconnection will be timed out if voltage is not established on the main bus within 120 seconds.75 3.7 kW 30 kW 130 kW 130 kW 75 kW 75 kW 75 Time Delay M. motor room supply fan W/H & CCR unit cooler fresh water pump Electric heat trace & room heaters Package air conditioners kW 161 1 2 3 4 Time Delay C.5 230 19.6 kV switchboard.O.O. 85 sec.1 Forced draft fan Time Delay G. priming pump D/G L. fan kW 15 7.5 11 18. Navigation & I.C. Aux. priming pump Time Delay D. oil pump Engine room bilge pump Hot water circulation pump Gland exhaust fan Boiler flame eye seal air fan Comp. L. heating room exhaust. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Lighting Radio.5 0. F.7 2.5 Time Delay K. pump Engine room exhaust fan Cargo machine room exh. 110 sec.O. 95sec.O.5 22 1 1 1 . pump Main cooling sea water pump Vapour return comp. priming pump Main feed water pump aux. L.5 11 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 Time Delay B.O. 75 sec.5 0.O. fan Emergency. equipment Instrumentation Miscellaneous Steering gear Lift Control oil pump Stern tube L. No.O.2 main air compressor Time Delay J. F. No. These auxiliaries are arranged for step wise sequential restart for avoiding the disconnection of generator breaker due to the rush current at start.) 1 2 90 15 2. 50 sec.O. 10 sec. 25 sec. 80 sec.1 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 Time Delay L.4 5. fan (cargo mach room) Under deck pass.6 Preferential Tripping and Sequential Restarting Blackout Restart (UVR Auxiliaries) The following auxiliaries will restart automatically according to the table below. 90 sec.7 5. supply fan Cargo machinery cooling fresh water boost pump kW 1.4.5 2. pump room exhaust. 20 sec. No. No.5 5. L. (UVR : when the switch of auto start / stop is set at “Auto” position) Time Delay A. Main or aux.2 1 5.5 1.O.3 main air compressor kW 37 55 2.4 7.2 0. fan F.

To silence the alarm press. Activation of any of these alarms will generate an alarm in the control room. are charged from each bulkhead-mounted battery charger located in the emergency generator room.xA : INT TEMP = xx.1 and No. as back-up system for the formers. There is also a DC insulation measuring relay mounted on the front of the rectifier. b) Verify that there is now no AC input into the cabinet. WARNING The manual bypass switch should only be operated by qualified and trained personnel. This measures the insulation with respect to ground of both the positive and negative legs. the other for black start control. The boards and chargers are designed for continuous operation and are practically maintenance free.2 is fed from 204V DC battery. one voltmeter measuring output voltage. The UPS has an audible alarm feature to warn of potential power problems. To reinstate the UPS : a) If maintenance has been carried out on the UPS or batteries.1 is fed from 204V DC battery. The front of the UPS unit contains an LCD panel. Emergency Generator Batteries Two battery units. This will once again result in a short break in the output feed. Refer to the operational manual for a full list of the fault conditions. b) Turn the manual bypass switch to the UPS position. one for electric starter. All batteries should be kept clean and dry. To operate the manual bypass switch : a) Make sure that the load is being fed by the mains input of the UPS and not the batteries. Batteries can be replaced without powering down the UPS.xA : O/P Power = xkW : O/P FREQ = xx. 3) The ICAS is fed from two UPS units of 100V AC. A manual bypass switch in the UPS allows the user the opportunity to isolate the UPS from the load. made once a year.1 low voltage main switchboard 440V section or the emergency switchboard 440V section and No.2 low voltage main switchboard 440V section or the emergency switchboard 440V section 4) General 220V AC UPS unit is supplied from two 204V DC Battery and each battery is connected with No. When the alarm is activated.xV : I/P VOLT = xxx. When one of these legs falls below the limit set by controls on the front of the unit an alarm is activated. the units should be kept clean and dry and a visual inspection of connection integrity.xV : BAT Cur = x. The power distribution units in turn supply the process control stations and the operator stations of the ICAS. The three buttons are : • UP / DOWN SCROLL button • ON / OFF button • ENTER button The four LEDs are : • UPS ON • ON BATTERY • ON BYPASS • ALARM (green) (yellow) (yellow) (red) By use of the LCD panel.2 low voltage main switchboard 440V section and the emergency switchboard 440V section. 2) The radio / GMDSS equipment has its own 24V battery back-up system. 5) The emergency generator starter has its own 24V battery back-up system for the emergency generator starting arrangements. .2 low voltage main switchboard 440V section respectively and the remains are fed from 110V Battery and the emergency switchboard 440V section.5. The UPS uses an Advanced Battery Management (ABM) technology which doubles the life of the batteries compared with normal trickle charge systems. cable condition etc.6kV high voltage main switchboards’ breakers. ABM uses a three stage charging technique which not only doubles battery life but also optimises battery recharge time. The battery poles and connections must be kept covered with acid free vase line. c) Turn the manual switch to the ‘Bypass’ position. Use the UP / DOWN SCROLL button to scroll through the settings : • • • • • • • • • • O/P VOLT = xxx.7 24 Volt Battery and Uninterruptible Power Supply ICAS UPS Units The output from the UPS is fed to Power Distribution Units (PDU). 5) Four 110V DC Battery chargers are installed for control of the 6. The batteries are normally on a floating charge with the rectifier supplying the load. one output ammeter which measures the current that the load is consuming and one insulation level meter. Two of them are fed from 110V DC Battery and No. At this time the charging voltages should be checked using a high quality digital voltmeter. The cell voltages should be checked and logged once a month and the connection terminals checked for tightness once a year.x℃ Back Up Time = xxxxM : Output voltage Output current Output power Output frequency Bypass voltage Input voltage Battery voltage Battery current Interval temperature Battery backup time The ship’s battery / Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) systems are as follows : 1) General 24V DC power is supplied from 24V DC Battery and the emergency switchboard 440V section.xV : BAT VOLT = xx. the UPS settings and current state of the batteries can be viewed.4. The charging panel contains three meters. The charger is fitted with an ammeter and voltmeter to monitor the charging supply. c) Confirm that output voltage is present on the load circuit breakers. three buttons and four LEDs. Refer to the UPS operational manual for further information. Incorrect procedure may result in a breakdown of the load feed. No. However. ensure that all connections have been carried out correctly. No. one of the front panel buttons. No. The charging power is supplied from AC 220V emergency feeder panel (EF220). The alarm cannot be silenced for a low battery alarm. This will cause a short break in the output feed. The batteries are maintained by the charger in a fully charged state.xV : O/P Cur = x. This is achieved by first putting the UPS in static bypass by entering the configuration mode using the front panel and scrolling down to the Manual Bypass option.xHz : BYPASS VOLT = xxx. the UPS beeps in different intervals according to a particular condition.

1 440V SWBD FROM EF220 DC 24V GMDSS No.2 UPS FOR ICAS No.1 UPS FOR ICAS No.2 HVMSB BREAKER CONTROL 300AH AC 440V DC 204V ICAS EQUIPMENT DC110A No. . FEEDER PANEL FOR MAINTENANCE GAS ALARM ESDS GYRO COMPASS INMARSAT etc.1 HVCSB BREAKER CONTROL No.1 DC 110V BATTERY CHARGER AC6600/450V DC 110V 3300kVA AC450/105V AC 100V UPS-2 No.5. & DISCH.2 HVMSB BREAKER CONTROL HVMSB2 NO.2 HVCSB BREAKER CONTROL No.1 6600V SWBD 300AH AC 6600V ICAS EQUIPMENT DC 204V T/G1 D/G1 DC110B No.4.1 HVMSB BREAKER CONTROL HVMSB1 NO.1 HVCSB BREAKER CONTROL No.2 440V SWBD AC450/105V AC 100V UPS-1 No.2 HVCSB BREAKER CONTROL No.4 DC 110V BATTERY CHARGER 200AH AC 440V DC110D AC6600/450V DC 110V 3300kVA LVMSB2 NO.7a 24 Volt Battery and Uninterruptible Power Supply ESB EM'CY SWBD EG ACO CHE BATTERY CHA. PANEL FOR GENERAL USE W/H GROUP PANEL AC 440V 1200AH DC 24V INTERNAL COMMUNICATION etc.2 DC 110V BATTERY CHARGER DC 110V UPSG UPS FOR GENERAL USE No. AUTOMATION INSTRUMENT DC110C No.2 6600V SWBD 150AH DC 204V AC 6600V T/G2 D/G2 DC 204V AC 220V 150AH COS FROM AC220V ACCOMMO.1 HVMSB BREAKER CONTROL RTMC GMDSS RADIO STATION LVMSB1 NO.3 DC 110V BATTERY CHARGER 1200AH DC 110V No.

4 6.2c 6.3 6.1b 6.4a 6.5a Main Feed Water Pump Distilling Plant Incinerator Nitrogen Generator System Inert Gas Generator System Main Feed Water Pump Sectional View Main Feed Water Pump Turbine Sectional View Main Feed Water Pump Trip System Distilling Plant Systems Incinerator Nitrogen Generator System Inert Gas Generator System Illustrations .5 6.1a 6.1c 6.3a 6.2 6.PART 6: AUXILIARY MACHINERY 6.1 6.

600 rpm 7.1 Main Feed Water Pump Shinko Industries Ltd.88 MPa at 510°C 0. the steam exhausts from the lower portion of the turbine casing directly adjacent to the nozzle block. The turbine shaft is sealed using labyrinth packing and a gland leak-off arrangement which prevents steam leakage to atmosphere under the normal backpressure conditions experienced whilst the pump is running. The governor unit consists of two parts.000 rpm. the high pressure alarm will initially activate . In addition to the bearing support duty. The governor valve also operates as the emergency stop valve though use of a hydraulic servomotor. refer to the manufacturer’s manual. The sealing ring arrangement allows a portion of the feed water to pass out of the pump where it mixes with the condensate sealing water before being led to the atmospheric drains tank. the mechanical overspeed device will operate and close the governor valve. The weight eventually comes into contact with a spring loaded trip lever which loses support and moves under the compression of a spring. The main turbine shaft serves the additional purpose of providing power to the governor drive shaft through a worm gear. For full operating description of the governor. This vertical shaft is connected to a further vertical shaft through a spline coupling to drive the gear type main oil pump mounted below the turbine.84 MPa D.17 MPa 140 m3/h at 7. The pump shaft is supported in a similar fashion with the thrust bearing provided in the non-drive bearing and white metal bearings which are also force lubricated from the turbine LO system. Trip : Governor : Description The turbine feed pump consists of two main sections : • Turbine assembly • Pump assembly The turbine is a single stage velocity compound impulse type mounted on a single shaft which is directly coupled to the single pump shaft through a gear coupling. The High Exhaust Back Pressure Trip If the exhaust pressure should rise. by hydraulic pressure from the LO system against a closing spring. It then passes through the steam chest and is guided to the nozzle block by way of the steam chest manifold.27 MPa 0. After expanding through the turbine wheel. The sealing water also serves to cool the sealing arrangement.10~0. This trip is set at 0. The trip is set at 0. from the local or remote positions. Alarm : Axial disp. in turn. a pressure switch will activate the tripping solenoid and thus stop the turbine. the spring will act on the servomotor piston. the governor end bearing housing has the governor/trip casing fitted on top of it with the main oil pump fitted below the bearing casing. The mechanism comprises a spring loaded eccentric weight which is thrown outwards under centrifugal force as the turbine speed rises. operates the tripping solenoid valve. There are several ways to activate both of these mechanisms. This arrangement uses injected condensate to effect a seal at both ends of the pump shaft. Should the hydraulic pressure be lost for any reason. joined together with a gear coupling which is spray lubricated from the turbine LO system. Sealing water passes through a water jacket prior to injection into the seal ring unit to further cool the stuffing box. The sentinel valve will finally activate a whistle giving warning of the pressure rise. .390~7590 rpm 7. installed independently of the feed pump.460 rpm). one for the turbine end and one for the pump end. one at each end with the governor end bearing incorporating a thrust bearing which allows the turbine to expand freely towards the pump end. Small clearances reduce the amount of leakage. Loss of Lubricating Oil Pressure Loss of LO oil pressure causes the same action as the high exhaust back pressure mechanical trip. This hydraulic servomotor holds the governor valve open through the same mechanical lever as the governor. The output shaft of the governor is connected to the governor valve through a mechanical linkage lever which in turn regulates the steam flow to the turbine. the governor valve and brings the turbine to a standstill. alarm : Vibration alarm : Vibration trip : Axial disp. Control of the feed pump is provided by a Woodward UG-10DM hydraulic governor mounted on top of the turbine drive end bearing casing. a lower and an upper part which forms the speed detection / constant speed and speed setting mechanisms respectively.7mm Woodward UG-10DM There are two shafts. mech : Overspeed trip. This trips the pump and avoids excessive rotor stresses. centrifugal Single stage velocity compound impulse DE 510kW 2 sets 5.590 rpm).260~7460 rpm 0. The main turbine shaft further drives the eccentric ring mechanical overspeed trip at the free end of the governor side of the shaft. closing the governor valve.32 MPa 0.15MPa 0. The trip lever drops.Should the pressure rise further.P. bringing the turbine to a standstill. elec : Sentinel valve : Back pressure alarm : Back pressure trip : Operating oil pressure : Low oil pressure alarm : Low oil pressure trip : High oil temp. The governor unit acts to keep the speed of the pump constant against changes in load and steam condition. DMG100-3 3-stage horizontal.06 MPa 0. The bearing casing additionally serves as an oil reservoir. It can also be used to set the pump speed at any desired setting.05 MPa 53°C 80µm 140µm 0. 6. It is driven by a vertical shaft through a worm gear at about 1. which include the following : The Mechanical Overspeed Trip Should turbine revolutions exceed 115% of the rated speed (at approximately 7. The Electrical Overspeed Trip An electrical overspeed trip is fitted which detects the turbine speed from the turbine tachometer and activates the tripping solenoid when the turbine revolutions exceed 113% of the rated value (at approximately 7.32 MPa. The pump shaft is sealed using a floating sealing ring inside a stuffing box.40 MPa 0. The turbine shaft is fitted with a bearing casing at both ends.6. with the speed settling within 1% of the original speed. The driving steam enters the axial flow turbine through the top of the unit by way of the combined governor valve/emergency stop valve. The oil pressure in the servomotor can be released through either the action of the mechanical trip lever or by an electrically operated solenoid valve which vents the oil pressure back to the sump. The oil temperature throughout the LO system is controlled by a shell and tube type oil cooler. The solenoid vents the closing servomotor.05MPa. Speed control and hence differential pressure control is effected by a Woodward UG-10DM governor in combination with an integral pressure control unit. venting the servomotor. The governor unit is rated to a speed fluctuation of ±9% from full to no load. The turbine shaft has two split white metal force lubricated bearings. activating a limit switch which. Specifications Maker : Pump model : Pump type : Turbine model : Turbine type : Power : Number of units : Steam conditions : Exhaust pressure : Capacity : Operating speed : Overspeed trip.5mm 0.

This arrangement has the added benefit of reducing the pressure on the discharge side stuffing box to the suction pressure. The extra nozzle is provided to allow additional steam to be supplied to bring the pump up to rated output. During the start-up and standby periods. The oil is then delivered to each bearing and gear meshing section where it is sprayed onto the mesh. which is installed locally by the machines. Manual Trip The manual trip mechanism is located adjacent to the mechanical overspeed trip and uses the same tripping lever. The electric feed pump can be started and stopped from the ICAS but does not have any form of output control from the ICAS. Operation of the Main Feed Water System from the Integrated Control and Automation System (ICAS) The FEED WATER SUPPLY graphic screen is used by the ICAS to control the main feed water system. At ICAS control. the feed pumps are controlled on the basis of the differential pressure between the feed pump discharge pressure and the steam pressure in the boiler steam drum. the stopper mechanism is first disengaged by pulling the hand tripping lever upwards. The rotor disc has two rows of moving blades attached to the periphery and has four balance holes to reduce axial thrust. The double suction first stage allows the pump to operate with a small NSPH at very high revolutions. This hand tripping lever is fitted with a spring operated stopper unit which prevents inadvertent operation. The double volute arrangement reduces any radial thrust load to a minimum and the whole unit is fixed at the suction end to allow expansion towards the discharge end. Manual Operation of the Main Feed Water Pumps The feed pumps can also be operated from an independent control system panel. Valve 002/003VPF 012/014VPF 037/038VPF Turbine Assembly The turbine casing is also split horizontally with the sentinel valve mounted on the upper casing. 041/042VPC Description Pump suction valve Pump discharge valve Pump warming through valve Pump sealing water supply Pump air vent Turbine line drains Turbine exhaust valve Turbine warming through valve Trip cause Governor LO cooler Position Open Open Open Operational Closed Open Open Open Reset Set to minimum Operational . Pump assembly The pump assembly is of the three stage double volute centrifugal type. Once steam is available and one of the pumps is running. The priming pump cuts-in at 45 kPa as the feed pump slows down. bringing the pump back to its rated capacity. the standby pump will automatically start. two steam driven main feed pump. it is then possible to start and stop automatically the feed pumps from ICAS. Each of the two main feed pumps is fitted with a governor device which receives a 4-20mA signal from the ICAS which operates to increase or decrease the discharge pressure as required. The oil delivered from the main LO pump has its pressure adjusted by the regulating valve before being filtered and then cooled by the external oil cooler. A balance piston is fitted after the final stage impeller to provide hydrodynamic balance. The feed pumps supply feed water to the boilers. The blades themselves are made from stainless steel and are buffed smooth to reduce friction losses. The emergency stop hydraulic servomotor operates on main LO pressure. This centrifugal pump is submerged in the sump and is operated by pressure switches from the priming pump starter which normally operate the pump automatically. It is also used when the steam inlet pressure drops or the exhaust pressure rises. its efficiency drops. and one electric motor driven cold start feed pump for initial priming of the boiler during the warming through period. The wearing components are stellite coated to increase service life. Any leakage water passing the lengthened seal on the balance piston is returned to the suction side via the balance pipes. This action moves the tripping lever in a similar fashion to the overspeed weight. driven from the main shaft through the same worm gear arrangement which drives the governor drive shaft. Moving blades have an I-shaped root fixing for maximum strength and are fitted with a caulked stainless steel shroud to provide strength and impart anti-vibration characteristics. The spring loaded stopper unit will disengage and move out of the way. These panels will be used when the pumps are at the warmed through stage. a number of manual steps must first be taken. improving volumetric efficiency. These are as follows : a) Ensure that the instrument and gauge valves are open and that instrument air is supplied to the control units. The first stage impeller is of the double suction type with the remaining two stages being only single suction. producing the same results.6. This nozzle is operated by a hand wheel positioned at the bottom of the unit. Lubricating Oil System The main LO pump for each unit is a double helical gear arrangement. Failure of the feed pump recognized by low pump discharge pressure or low differential pressure case. To prepare for automatic starting. Therefore any cold start of the pumps must be operated locally. The nozzle plates and stationary blades are attached to the inside face of the casing. providing the transfer conditions are met. Baffle plates are provided around the ends of the moving blades to reduce agitation losses. The tripping lever is moved by the action of a separate hand tripping lever mounted adjacent to the overspeed tripping lever. As mechanical wear takes place in the feed pump between rebuilds. as previously described. This panel automatically performs the correct start-up and stop sequences for both main feed pumps and also provide the facilities for the automatic changeover of the pumps in the event of trouble with the duty pump and control of recirculation valve. but the control pressure is kept minimum 7. LO is supplied to the LO system by an electrically driven priming pump.0MPa”. then stops at 95 kPa as the feed pump speeds up. The governor valve itself is a double seated valve to eliminate any unbalanced steam forces produced by the steam flow. To activate the manual trip. This is achieved by regulating the steam supply to the feed pump though a governor valve fitted in the main steam supply lines. A strainer is fitted at the inlet to the governor valve to protect the unit from small solid particles which become entrapped in the steam flow. Inhibition of automatic starting is provided in the event of deaerator low-low level and by the occurrence of a blackout.2MPa. allowing the hand tripping lever to be fully pushed down. The feed pump discharge pressure is controlled to “higher pressure of boiler steam drum + 1. with a horizontally split casing for easy handling/maintenance.1 Main Feed Water Pump Turbine Extra Nozzle One turbine extra nozzle is provided to permit more efficient operation of the turbine at loads other than the normal design rated load. The mouth rings at the inlets to the impellers have double step labyrinth seals. It is important that this valve is closed when normal operating conditions have been re-established to prevent overstressing of components. This has the added benefit of preventing the start of the feed pump without LO pressure. One feed pump is sufficient to supply both boilers and the pumps are arranged as duty and standby units. b) Set the valves / components as per the following table. Three feed water pumps are fitted.

f) Check that power is available at the local control panel and press the TRIP RESET button. the governor speed setting is set to minimum and the STANDBY lamp ignites. Open the drain valves on the main steam line. the cold start feed pump can be used. It has an extra suction valve 008VPF which draws water from the distilled water tanks.6.3. See 3. Turn the LO strainer handle several times to clean the screen.2 “Main Boiler Operation”). For operating procedures for the deaerator and the condensate system. allow the turbine and casing temperature to rise to that of the exhaust steam temperature over a period of 30 minutes. c) Prepare the pump side of the feed pump for use as follows and refer to the valve table on the previous page as necessary : 1) Procedure to Prepare the Feed Water System for Use and to Start a Turbine Feed Water Pump a) Start to warm through the main superheater lines to the main feed pumps. Open the cooling water inlet and outlet valves to the LO cooler. It is important to start operation of both the deaerator and condensate systems as soon as possible to provide as much feed heating as possible to the cold system. This low duty pump is only designed to provide feed water at low pressures. This allows water to be supplied to the boilers when the condensate system is unavailable. d) Set the selector switch for the LO priming pump to AUTO. Ensure that the automatic recirculation valve is fully open. The control position selector switch has three positions. Open fully the pump suction valve and ensure that there is sufficient suction pressure on the pressure gauge. Line up the valves as follows : Valve 001VPF 002/003VPF 031/032VPF 033VPF 036VPF 037/038VPF 025VPF 012/014VPF 051VPF 052VPF 053/055VPF 054VPF 056VPF 057/058VPF c) Check the LO levels in the governor and the sump. Open the turbine casing drain valves. the STANDBY indication lamp on the local control panel will light and READY and STANDBY indicators on the ICAS screen will show that the pump is available for automatic start. Open main line valves 011and 012VPA. b) Arrange the boiler feed inlet valves as required (See 4. Close the pump casing drain valve. AUTO : In this position. These are : (1) (2) (3) MANUAL : This position is selected if it is intended to start the machine manually from the machine side. When open. These are : (1) (2) MANUAL : This position provides manual start and stop of the feed pumps using START and STOP icons on the screen. It is assumed the one boiler is now producing sufficient steam to operate the feed pump. These are as follows : Valve 002/003VPF 033VPF 041/042VPC Description Pump suction valve Pump recirculation valve Turbine exhaust valve Trip Cause Priming LO pump Position Open Auto Open Reset Auto Description Position Open Deaerator feed outlet valve Open Feed pump suction valves Open Feed pump recirculating valves Auto Feed pump recirculating control valve Open Feed pump recirculating line to deaerator Open Feed pump warming through valves Open Cold start feed pump line discharge valve Open Feed pump main feed discharge valves Open Main feed spray water to desuperheater Open Auxiliary feed spray water to desuperheater Open Desuperheater spray water control valve inlet and outlet valves Operational Desuperheater spray water control valve Close Desuperheater spray water control valve bypass Open Desuperheater spray water recirculating valves 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) d) Prepare the turbine side of the feed pump for use as follows and refer to the valve table on the previous page as necessary : 1) 2) 3) Check the feed pump lubricating oil (LO) sump for water and drain as necessary through the sump drain valve. Prepare the main and auxiliary feed systems for operations including the electrical and cold start feed pump. LOCAL : When this position is selected. Check the LO level on the dipstick and in the governor and top up as necessary. Open the turbine exhaust valve very slowly and carefully monitor the turbine casing pressure.1”Condensate Water System”. e) Set the selector switch for the recirculating valve to AUTO.2. it is possible to start and stop the feed pump using the START and STOP pushbuttons on the local panel. 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) When all of the above conditions are met. Both main feed pumps are run. g) Place the local control panel position selector switch in the desired position. If these conditions are not met.1 Main Feed Water Pump The recirculation valve 033VPF is automatically opened by the following condition at AUTO mode. control is passed to the ICAS Ensure that the instrument and gauge valves are open and that instrument air is supplied to the control units.03 MPa. Start the LO priming pump in AUTO mode and confirm that the LO pressure is above 0. Once stopped. the feed pump is placed on standby and will start automatically should there be an abnormal drop off in the discharge pressure of the running pump. Open the pump discharge valve approximately 25% to avoid a sudden load on the pump and turbine during starting.05MPa. Open the pump casing vent valve and close it when water begins to come out. The ICAS screen has a selector switch which provides two starting options. The automatic sequence is controlled by the governor and involves slowly ramping up or down the speed setting. the controller will prevent the start-up sequence for the feed pump. 2) 3) screen. Check the LO levels in the pump bearings by viewing the level through the oil sight glass at the bottom of the bearing housing. REMOTE : When this position is selected. Open the sealing water inlet valve so that condensate can be supplied to the pump stuffing box and check the differential pressure is more than 0. There are several start interlocks provided for the feed pumps. Open the pump warming through valve 037 and 038VPF. Once running. For initial filling and firing. All trip lights should extinguish. Automatic start is only available when the REMOTE position is selected at the local panel. all start interlocks are disabled except trips. . (1) (2) Plant mode is maneuvering.

the feed water treatment system should be started at the earliest opportunity.2. The same start sequence occurs as for the operator initiated start. . 21) Place the running pump on REMOTE control. Once the feed system is running. Reset the trip device and place the pump in AUTO mode as previously described.6. the feed pump may now be started. using feed water discharge pressure controller on the local panel in MANUAL mode. 18) Ensure that the governor has control of the turbine speed. Reset is not possible if the condition still exists. In the event that a trip condition has existed. 19) If the pump is performing satisfactorily. It is good practice to stop a running pump by using or simulating one of the trip devices. check for water leakage from the mechanical seals. 14) Open the manual steam valve gradually and run the pump up at approximately 500 rpm. ensure that water is being delivered through the recirculating line. 12) Crack open the bypass valve on the main steam supply valve. the operator may request to start of standby pump from graphic screen FEED WATER PUMPS. this commonly occurs when the pump is stopped and ‘takes up’ with the pump running. the other feed pump can be set to standby once the feed pressure is above the automatic cut-in pressure. For the procedure to operate this system. the operator must reset the system before a start may be attempted. overspeed. Check for any abnormal noise or vibration in the turbine and pump. Stopping a Feed Pump Stopping of a feed pump is normally carried out from the ICAS panel by selecting MANUAL and then pressing STOP. The procedure for placing the stopped pump on standby is described earlier in this section. See 3. The driving steam is supplied through the bypass valve on main steam supply valve. For the pump to be in standby the following conditions need to apply : a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) k) All trips are reset The pump suction and discharge valves are open The recirculating line valves are open and the control valve switch is in the AUTO position The sealing water valves are open and sealing water is flowing All vent valves are closed All drain trap inlet and outlet valves are open and bypasses are closed Fresh water cooling valves are open to the LO cooler The LO pump is on AUTO and running Turbine warming through valve is open and turbine is turning at 700 rpm The local panel selection switch is in the REMOTE position The 24V DC supply on the control panel is set to the ON position At the ICAS screen in the MCR : (1) (2) Move the cursor to the Change Over Mode area and click on the MANUAL / AUTO icon and ensure it is showing AUTO. After the pump has stopped. 13) Once the warming through steam has been applied for a minimum period of 15 minutes. The standby pump icon indicates READY To START. manual trip Excessive vibration Excessive axial displacement Low-low lubricating oil pressure With the system now operating normally it is important to make regular checks of the feed pumps paying particular attention to the following : (1) (2) (3) (4) LO level and drainage of water from the sump Leakage from the mechanical seals Correct flow of cooling water to the mechanical seals Offline feed pump is warmed-up. 16) After sufficient warming through open the manual steam valve. 11) Check that the local control panel is on MANUAL control and reset any TRIP alarms. It should be noted that the level in the deaerator must be maintained as both feed pumps will trip if the level reaches the low-low alarm level. high back pressure. The standby pump must be run at about 500rpm for warming.e. 17) Ensure that the priming LO pump stops automatically. Procedure for Starting a Feed Pump via the ICAS When all the above conditions are met. 15) Close the turbine and steam line drain valves. If the running pump trips for any reason. Press the INCREASE pushbutton to raise PV reading to equal the SV set point.3 ”Boiler Water Sampling and Treatment System”. 20) Increase the set point on the controller to bring the discharge pressure up to the preset value (7. which has the advantage of testing the trip and testing the automatic start of the standby pump.8 MPa). bringing the speed up to 70% over a period of 10 minutes. Once one feed pump is running. open the main steam inlet valve slowly until it is fully open. or if the differential between the feed pump discharge pressure and the boiler drum pressure becomes too low and providing that there is no deaerator low-low level.1 Main Feed Water Pump Procedure to Place the Feed Water Pump Ready for Use 10) Reset the turbine trip lever and ensure that the governor steam valve is in the CLOSED position. then a standby start command is issued. A trip of the feed pump may be caused by : (1) (2) (3) (4) Local trip i.

6. CONTROL VALVE PART NO. PRESS. DRAIN TANK COUPLING SLEEVE GEAR HUB COUPLING BOLT THERMOMETER VENT PLUG VENT VALVE OIL GUARD CARRIER RING THRUST PAD ADJUSTING RING THRUST COLLAR STAGE PIECE STAGE PIECE BALANCE BUSH OIL SEAL RING THRUST NUT PIN O-RING . NAME OF PART 1 2 3A 3B 7-1 7-2 8-1 8-2 9 10 16 17-1 17-2 18 19-1 19-2 20 21-1 21-2 21-3 21-4 22 24 27-1 27-2 27-3 38-1 38-2 38-3 39 42 46-1 46-2 46-3 46-4 46-5 46-6 47 48 49 70 73 74 77 78 79 102 103 104 110 111 112-1 112-2 113 114 120 121 372 TO SUC. 70 20 8-1 42 77 78 47 49 22 16 2 24 112-1 79 21-1 27-2 19-2 17-1 112-2 38-3 17-2 21-3 27-3 21-2 46-6 46-4 46-3 49 47 102 78 8-2 77 110 21-4 10 VOLUTE CASING VOLUTE COVER PEDESTAL PEDESTAL BEARING HOUSING BEARING HOUSING BEARING CAP BEARING CAP BEARING COVER BEARING COVER PLUG IMPELLER IMPELLER IMPELLER IMPELLER SHAFT IMPELLER KEY IMPELLER KEY COUPLING KEY STAGE SLEEVE KEY SLEEVE KEY BALANCE PISTON KEY THRUST COLLAR KEY SLEEVE STAGE SLEEVE SPLIT RING SPLIT RING SPLIT RING MOUTH RING MOUTH RING MOUTH RING BALANCE PISTON BEARING METAL HOLDER HOLDER COVER SEAL RING SPRING LANTERN RING SEAL RING RETAINER GLAND BUSH FLINGER VENT CAP 74 9 73 7-1 102 48 3B 2 46-2 372 121 46-1 46-3 46-4 46-5 46-6 21-2 38-1 19-1 38-2 27-1 18 38-3 113 39 22 46-5 46-1 372 46-2 48 7-2 42 3A 114 103 111 104 120 TO ATMOS.1a Main Feed Water Pump Sectional View FROM CONDENSATE PUMP DIRECT TYPE PRESS.

6.1b Main Feed Water Pump. Tuebine Sectinal View .

3kg/cm2 Hand Trip Knob (Pull Before Starting) Reset Knob (Pull Before Starting) Press Switch For Low Lubricating Oil Pressure Trip Lubricating Oil Pressure Below 0.1.0 .0 .1c Main Feed Water Pump Trip System Running Condition Speed Setting Motor Trip Condition Speed Setting Motor .3kg/cm2 Governor Lever Trip Servomotor Press Switch For Low Lubricating Oil Pressure Trip (Pull and Push at Tripping) Limit Switch Limit Switch Plug Plug Solenoid Valve 15% Of Rated Speed Solenoid Valve To Lubricating Oil Tank Overspeed Trip Orifice Overspeed Trip Orifice Pressure Oil From Main Lubricating Oil Line (1.5kg/cm2) Transmitter For Tachometer Pressure Oil From Main Lubricating Oil Line (1.6.5kg/cm2) Transmitter For Tachometer .+ Manual Adjust DC24V Source Turbine Starter Manual Adjust DC24V Source Turbine Starter Reset Button (Push Before Starting) AC440V Source AC440V Source Reset Button (Push Before Starting) From Main Steam Line Governor and Emergency Stop Valve From Main Steam Line Governor and Emergency Stop Valve + To Turbine Nozzle Press Switch For High Back Pressure Trip Close Press Switch For High Back Pressure Trip Governor Lever Trip Servomotor Lubricating Oil Pressure Above 0.1.

If the salinity of the fresh water produced is found to be outside the set limits. Evaporator The evaporator incorporates a filter type demister that separates any residual brine from the water vapour as it rises to pass to the condensing section. An additional water amount which is supplied from the deaerator for heating overflows to the atmospheric drain tank and it is returned to the steam plant system by the drain pump.5 .W.1 distilling plant produces condensate from the main steam system in its condenser.1 distillation plant is condensate cooled and No.0 ppm 110°C 75°C Specifications Maker : Type : Model : Capacity : Number of units : Sasakura Engineering Co. The water in the circulating water tank is pumped by a dedicated circulating pump into the heater again after mixing with the boiler feed water from the deaerator. The heating water which the temperature is controlled by mixing boiler feed water from the deaerator and re-circulating water is distributed into the remaining channels. Because the No. Should the salinity rise above a preset value an alarm is sounded and the condensate is discharged back to the evaporator. thus transferring its heat to the feed water in the evaporation channels. Having reached boiling temperature.2”Cooling Sea Water Service System”) which creates a vacuum in the system in order to lower the evaporation temperature of the feed water. the sea water pump only supplies the drive water for the brine ejector and feed water for evaporation.2 sea water cooled distilling plant supplies the sea water for its condenser.2 SW cooled distilling plant. Plate type EX-45E (condensate cooled) EX-45E (sea water cooled) 45 tons / day Each 1 set Main Components A distilling plant consists of the following components : Description There are two fresh water distillation plants installed and these operate at low pressure using boiler feed in the deaerator as the heat source. The distilling plant cooling sea water pumps are single-stage centrifugal type. In this section the fresh water vapour is condensed so that it can be pumped by the distillate pump to the fresh water tanks or distilled water tanks. Salinometer The salinometer continuously checks the salinity of the produced water and the circulating water for heating.5. Heater Section The heater section consists of a plate heat exchanger that is enclosed in the bottom section of the distilling plant. The produced fresh water is extracted by the distillate pump and discharged through a salinometer which monitors the salinity of the water. No. .Ltd.20 ppm. The pump dedicated to No. drive water for the brine ejector system and feed water for evaporation. The feed water is introduced into the heater section through a spring operated regulating valve and is distributed into every second plate channel via the evaporation channels. This heat transfer recovers heat loss due to the production of distilled water. The salinometer for the circulating water is fitted on the overflow from the circulating water tank and monitored on the ICAS. Here the brine is separated from the vapour and extracted by the combined brine/air ejector. This heat transfer is between the generated vapour and main condensate for No. Alarms Tag No. 912 912 837 837 Description Distilled water salinity high Circulating water salinity high Heater outlet heating water temperature high Heater outlet heating water temperature low Set point 4. After passing through a demister the vapour enters every second plate channel in the condenser section. It is in this section that the sea water is fed. pumps that take suction from the sea bay.6. Distillate Pump The distillate pump is a single-stage centrifugal type that extracts the fresh water produced from the condenser and discharges it to the distilled and fresh water tanks.1 condensate cooled distilling plant. Control Panel A salinity panel is located on the evaporator vessel of the distillation plant with LCD indicators ranging from 0. the feed water undergoes a partial evaporation and the mixture of generated vapour and brine enters the separator vessel (evaporator). The hot water used as heating source is cooled in the heater and returned to the circulating water tank.. Condenser Section The condenser section consists of a plate heat exchanger enclosed in the upper section of the unit.2 Distilling Plant Distilling Plant Cooling Sea Water Pumps Distillate from the plant is discharged to the domestic fresh water and distilled water tanks.1 plant. The water vapour leaves the heater and enters the evaporator. The combined brine / air ejector is driven by the distillation plant cooling SW pump (See 3. Water from the distilling plant flows directly to the distilled water tanks and flows to the domestic fresh water tanks (fresh water tank and drinking water tank) connecting to the deck filling pipe rail via silver ion sterilizer.2 distillation plant is sea water cooled. which is lower than at atmospheric pressure. The sea water supplied by the distilling plant cooling SW pump distributes itself into the remaining channels. The ejector is supplied with driving water from the distilling plant cooling S. The panel also contains a 5 ppm test function and control buttons to set the alarm point. Combined Brine/Air Ejector The ejector extracts brine and incondensable gases from the evaporator vessel and the condenser. the controller will dump the out of tolerance fresh water back to the evaporator by a solenoid valve.0 ppm 4. Condensate water from the main condenser pumped by the main condensate pump is supplied for cooling this section of No. Each plant is self-contained with its own combined brine / air ejector and distillate pump. It passes through the heat exchanger where it is heated by hot water such that the sea water separates into water vapour and brine. thus absorbing the heat being transferred from the condensing vapour in the No.

k) l) m) n) o) p) q) r) j) When there is -85kPa vacuum (after a maximum of 10 minutes).1 cooling S.) .6. Open the No. Normally a pressure regulating valve controls the discharge pressure so that the produced water flow can meet this indication.1 circulating water pump suction and discharge valves 115VPF and 116VPF. start the distilled water pump at local starter.2 Distilling Plant Evaporation Operating Procedure Condensate Cooled Distilling Plant Starting Procedures The following procedure is for the operation of the condensate cooled distilling plant. i) c) d) e) The pressure at the combined brine/air ejector inlet should be a minimum of 0. pump for the distilling plant locally to create a vacuum of -85kPa.2”Cooling Sea Water Service System” ensuring that the overboard discharge valve 070VPH is open. Ensure that the chemical dosing tank is full. The filling valve 186VPF leaves open. (Note : Avoid the sight glass being filled up with the water absolutely. Open the control air supply to the deaerator water cut off valve 085VPF and temperature control valve 086VPF and check the cut off valve 085VPF is open.5 to 9. Set the condensate cooled distilling plant cooling S.4 MPa.5. it is assumed that the gland condenser is already in operation with inlet and outlet valves open. Start the No. 128VPF and 129VPF and close the bypass valve 130VPF. Open the supply valves to the distilled water tanks or fresh water tanks as required. Open the distillate water pump discharge valve and confirm that the sight is not filled up.W. is filled with condensate from the drain pump. Open the temperature control valve 086VPF by adjusting the temperature controller until the desired water temperature is reached (maximum 85°C). Open the condensate cooling valves to the evaporator. a) b) Ensure that all pressure and temperature gauge root valves are open. Once the flow of produced water is confirmed at the sight glass. Close the vacuum release valve on the evaporator vessel.4 m3/h) Open valve for the feed water treatment. The back pressure at the combined brine/air ejector outlet should be no more than 0.06 MPa.W. Start the circulating water pump. Open the heater condensate outlet drain valve 123VPF to the circulating water tank. Press “Power Switch” on the salinity panel. f) g) h) Adjust the feed water regulating valve with a flow meter. Open the heater and condenser ejector air suction valves. Ensure that the circulating water tank. pump valves as described in section 3. (Rated flow 8.

TK 186VPF 40 TO F.1 DIST W.1 150 DIST.W.2 S.2 DIST W.PLANT EJECT.W. PLANT NO.1 C.6. DIST.PUMP 125 EVAPORATOR CODENSER CODENSER T V 125 129VPF T 40 40 V T T NO. TK 066VPH TO CONDENSATE LINE 125 130VPF 125 125 FROM CONDENSATE LINE T 125 128VPF T 108VPG 107VPG EVAPORATOR FROM DIST.PUMP RM 619 RO 619 SA 619 TO CLEAN DRAIN TK 25 TO ATMOS DRAIN TK 150 .C.PLANT EJECT.2 150 117VPF 381VPF 190VPF 115VPF NO.PUMP I/P DIST.W.W.PLANT CIRC.PUMP A FROM DEAERATOR 837 109VPG I/P 40 25 80 S 65 088VPF 087VPF 150 S 65 085VPF 086VPF TO OVERBOARD DIST.W.PLANT CIRC.PUMP TIC 837 TAH 837 C A 837 C TIC 837 25 DIST. DIST.W. PLANT T FI HEATER FI T HEATER S 069VPH 124VPF S 068VPH 123VPF T 125 064VPH T WATER EJECTOR 40 150 WATER EJECTOR 150 FI 125 104VPG CHEMICAL INJECTION UNIT 125 TAL 837 TAH 837 FI 105VPG 125 SM 921 SAH 921 SM 912 SAH 912 CHEMICAL INJECTION UNIT TAL 837 FROM DIST.2a Distilling Plant NO. TANKS 25 FROM DRAIN PUMP 150 150 TAH 736 TM 736 150 PUMP START INTERLOCK 150 P 118VPF P T FS P P 116VPF NO. TK NO.C.PLANT CIRC.W.PUMP RM 619 RO 619 SA 619 15 SM 912 SAH 912 DIST.

The pilot burner is automatically extinguished 60 seconds after ignition. Set "FUEL FOR MAIN BNR" switch to "NOR". A garbage store is located next door to this room in accommodation area. After charging. Adjust the furnace air damper depending upon the conditions of solids. diesel oil supply non-return valve to the main burner 364VPL. air jet PBL-VIM-2 Electric ignition Trochoid type. Adjust the burner air damper depending on the burning rate of waste oil after the chamber has warmed.3 Incinerator Operation Volcano Co. the waste oil shut-off valve will close. When the furnace temperature has increased up to the OFF set point (1. The diesel oil is supplied to the pilot burner through the solenoid pump and for warming up and pipe cleaning of the main burner. 7 seconds after the ignition of pilot burner. Subsequently.) b) c) d) e) Description An incinerator and associated tanks are situated in the incinerator room at the upper deck starboard side in the engine casing. waste oil shut-off valve will open to start on continuous combustion by waste oil burner.600 kcal/kg calorific value 30 kg/h 1 set Waste oil atomizing burning Induced draft Diesel oil pressure jet direct ignition Diluting air cooling type JHM-SM-215SN High press. the furnace after-purge takes place for a period of 90 seconds and induced fan comes to a stop in the case of the furnace temperature below 50℃ or. A dedicated diesel oil tank is provided. Close the door securely.P. so that waste oil burner goes out automatically. 265 m3/min x 0. • "FUEL FO MAIN BNR" to "DO SUBSTITUTION" • "PILOT BNR ASSIST" to “NOR” • "ALL MANUAL OPERATION SWITCH" to "AUTO" Close furnace air damper to reduce the air into combustion chamber. The pilot burner of diesel oil burning can assist the combustion when the high water content (more than 40%) in the waste oil. and 20 seconds after the start-up. Set “PILOT BNR ASIST” to “ASSIST RUN” in case high water content waste oil is burned. The incinerator can be started and stopped automatically and sequentially by 'Auto start / Auto stop' of the switch. f) Waste oil burning a) b) c) d) e) f) Provided that the temperature in combustion chamber is higher than preset lower limit (850℃). Set the three-way valve for changeover of burner return oil to waste oil pump suction side. Unless the flame eye detects combustion during the period of 10 seconds after the ignition of pilot burner. When the flame eye detects the flame of pilot burner. followed by restarting the operation.88 kPa Photo-conductive cell type 2 x 1 m3 1 x 1 m3 The combustion system is designed so that the incinerator can be operated for the following conditions : Maximum furnace temperature 1. followed by start-up of cam timer.P.200℃ Minimum furnace temperature 850℃ Maximum exhaust temperature 350℃ Normal exhaust temperature 200℃ The furnace internal pressure is maintained in the negative with the induced fan and the exhaust temperature from the furnace is maintained less than 1000℃ with the combustion air damper and diluting air damper. so that cooling air is supplied to the atomizer of pilot burner. A solid waste inlet port of bucket type double door and an ash removal port are fitted at the side of incinerator. Prepurge takes place for a period of 10 seconds. Contain in the separated bilge oil tank is discharged to the waste oil settling tank or shore connections as required through the waste oil transfer pump which will stop automatically by a high level of either waste oil settling tank which will be selected for transfer.000℃) of waste oil burner ON / OFF temperature controller. Subsequently. the waste may be burned in the incinerator. investigate into the cause and reset the trouble. the waste oil burner will start on combustion automatically in the same way as in the foregoing (2). Since restarting is prevented as long as the ignition failure indicator lamp is lighting up. Incineration When the incinerator receives a start signal. The atomizing of waste oil combustion is performed by a high pressure air jet burner. The return oil should not be returned to the waste oil settling tank. Open the diesel oil tank suction valve 363VPL. cooling valve will open 30 seconds after extinction. alternatively. combustion indicator lamp will light up and. The incinerator has a cylindrical steel frame with air cooled jacket between the inner and the outer plating and the furnace is lined internally with castable heat-resistant material. Drain the water in the waste oil settling tank. the induced fan keeps running in the case of the furnace temperature above 50℃ and then comes to a stop when the furnace temperature has dropped to 50℃ and less. Close diesel oil supply non-return valve 364VPL and Open waste oil settling tank suction valve 361/362VPL.50 581 kW 58 kg/h at 8.. (Note : In the case of burner cut affected by interlock. Specifications Maker : Type : Capacity : Disposal quantity : Solid disposal quantity : Number of units : Combustion system : Draft system : Ignition system : Exhaust gas cooling system : Waste oil sprayer : Pilot burner : Waste oil pump : Pilot burner pump : Induced fan : Flame eye : Waste oil settling tank capacity : Diesel oil service tank capacity : Warming up a) Set the following switches on the control panel. When the furnace temperature has decreased to the ON set point (900℃) of waste oil burner. Solenoid type. Ensure that the waste oil settling tank suction valve 361/362VPL Close. Ensure that the compressed air is available for burner atomizing. 12 kg/h x 0. the pilot burner and waste oil burner are shut off forthwith. pilot burner will start. Select “Auto start”. Ltd VIM . and when solid wastes will be burned. Change over the three-way for valve burner return oil to waste oil settling tank.69 MPa D. . Preparation a) b) c) d) Ensure that the temperature of waste oil settling tank is controlled about 90℃ through a steam control valve.6. the waste oil pump and induced fan will start for waste oil circulation and furnace purge respectively. the incinerator will automatically restart simultaneously with resetting after the cause has been removed to restore the normal state. 230 kg/h x 0. The incinerator will warmed up automatically with DO by sequential control of the ignition burner and the main burner. Solid wastes may be charged through the single door before running of incinerator. and ignition failure indicator lamp comes on to give an alarm. Centrifugal type.19 MPa D. Contain in the waste oil tank is settled and heated up with steam and discharged to the incinerator through the waste oil pump in the unit.

low : Ignition press. 5) Finish point : 50℃ When the chamber is cooled down to the finish point in the shutting down process. Fan Stop W. Low Not I. Low : Furnace press. temp. Low Not W.O.O. Low Not Furnace Press.O. 1) Upper set point : 1. Controller Furnace Temp.200℃ In the event of temperature reaching the overheat point.O. High .O. Solenoid Valve Close Nozzle Cooling Valve Close Low Voltage 85V .Exh. "COMBUSTION CHAMBER TEMP LOW" lamp will illuminates. Air Press. Low 50 ℃ W. ON W. High .Furnace Press. Fan Stop . 4) Overheat point : 1. Fan & W. low : 350 ℃ 1200 ℃ 0. Fan Running W.0. 3. High W. Pump Stop Nozzle Cooling Valve Close I.O. ON Not Flame Detecting Not Flame Fault Ash Outlet Port Shut Strating Condition I. NOR T 80 sec Pilot Burner Stop T 30 sec Extinguishing 1000℃ ON Furnace Temp. Long time cleaning causes loss of diesel oil. 2) Lower set point : 900℃ When the temperature lowers into the lower set point. Controller Pilot Burner Firing Flame Detecting Ignition Sparking Stop Flame Fault Alarm Nozzle Cooling Valve Open T 10 sec Not Flame Detecting W. Pump Trip 900℃ ON Furnace Temp. Press. Temp.000℃ In the event of temperature rising to the upper set point.O.W. Close the waste oil settling tank suction valve 361/362VPL.O. Solenoid Valve Close W.O. The three-way valve for burner return oil is kept as it is (to waste oil settling tank).D.Atomiz. Pump Running Not Flame Detecting Ignition Sparking Stop Pilot Burner Pump ON Not Furnace Temp. Low Not W. Low . high : Atomize air press. • • • • • • • • • Flame fault Exh.W.O.D.O. Solenoid Valve Open D. Temp. 3) Low limit point : 850℃ When the temperature lowers into the low limit point after the chamber has once been heated up.O.D. Pump Stop T 30 sec Temp.O. Level Low Not Atomize. the fuels will be shut off and indication lamp will illuminate.I.Furnace Temp.Stop SW. Controller OB/OFF Cycle T 7 sec Flame Detecting W. the fuels will be shut off and "COMBUSTION CHAMBER TEMP HIGH" lamp will illuminate.O.049 190 ℃ kPa kPa kPa Waste oil pipe cleaning a) b) c) d) Set "FUEL FOR MAIN BNR" switch to "DO SUBSTITUTION". 2) In the event of W. Gas Temp. Other 1) In the event of followings. 1) the waste oil transfer pump by high level 2) the incinerator by low level Igniting Main Switch ON Emergency Stop Auto. The level of waste oil settling tank will stop automatically. Temp.019 MPa 60 390 . Firing Pilot Burner SW. the fuels will be shut off. Select “Auto start “. e) Control 1. the induced fan will stop.O. “W. It is recommended to complete the cleaning as short time as possible. Low . temperature rising above 95℃.O. the ignition will restart. gas temp.O. High Solid Inlet Port Shut Not W. High Not Ignition Press. Solenoid Valve Close Auto. A thermocouple is provided to control the temperature in the furnace. Pump Trip . High . high : Comb. high W. Gas Temp.3 Incinerator 2. Low 50 ℃ I. Press.D. Fan Trip . Pump Stop Nozzle Cooling Valve Close Furnace Temp. chamber temp. This informs completion of warming up. press low : IDF / WO pump trip : W.Flame Fault .D. High Not Exh.Start SW. Air Press.6. diesel oil supply non-return valve to the main burner 364VPL.O.W.O.O. Open the diesel oil tank suction valve 363VPL. High” lamp will illuminate.

DRAIN TK RETURN INDUCE FAN 900 S P PS S S M INDUCE FAN DILUTION DAMPER AIR 900 DILUTION TS CHAMBER DILUTION DAMPER CHARGING DOOR D.O. ON W. TEMP HIGH COMB. PUMP P PS 900 S S PILOT BURNER TS TS T S P M W. SYSTEM AUTO AUTO AUTO AUTO TO DRAIN CLR 136ZPD 135ZPD 405ZPD TO DRAIN CLR 362VPL 361VPL 363VPL 25 50 50 50 25 25 65 107VPK FROM LO SUMP TK 65 25 65 141VPJ 364VPL 325VPL EXH. FAN 100 A ~ 365VPL 327VPL INCINERATOR DIESEL OIL TK FS AS 643 LAH FS 728 PUMP STOP 168VPB AS 643 FS NO. GAS 25 900 EXH. CHAMB. GAS TEMP COMB. GAS TEMP HIGH W.O.D. FAN MANU. PUMP I. TK TAH 727 LAH 728 AS 643 PUMP STOP LAH FS 723 LAL 724 1.3a Incinerator FUNNEL TO SHORE CONNECTION EXHAUST FAN 100 100 INCINERATOR CONTROL PANEL SOURCE FLAME PRESENT FLAME FAULT EXH. CHAMB. INLET F. TEMP HIGH COMB.O.0MPA STM 165VPB 166VPB 167VPB LI T T 163VPB 161VPB 162VPB 205VPB LI T C 326VPL STOP MANU. PUMP P 142VPJ 65 FIRE ES 643 RO 643 SA 643 RM AUTO START BUZZER STOP NOR D. BNR MANU. BILGE OIL TK W. TRANS.0MPA STM FS WASTE OIL TRANS. ON 1. OIL TEMP HIGH COMB.O. CHAMB.PUMP TRIP W.1 WASTE OIL SETT.O. TK TAH 727 NO.LAMP AUTO STOP RESET PILOT BURNER NOR ASSIST RUN FS 164VPB SOURCE W. ON PILOT BNR MANU. OIL TEMP LOW W. OIL PRESS LOW 50 65 25 328VPL 366VPL FROM E/R BILGE PUMP 127VPJ IDF/W.6. TEMP LOW 65 25 IGNITION PRESS LOW FURNACE PRESS HIGH ATOMIZ AIR PRESS LOW EXH. PUMP MAIN BURNER FLAME EYE 900 FURNACE ASH DOOR BURNER LS 900 FE ASH DOOR XA 900 900 LS FURNACE AIR DAMPER AIR WALL COOLING AIR DAMPER WALL COOLING AIR DAMPER FURNACE AIR DAMPER .O. GAS 25 TS 25 SEP. CHANGE TEST BUZZER .D. CHAMB. ON STOP STOP STOP TO F.O.2 WASTE OIL SETT.NOR .O. TEMP LOW I.O.

Further. For calibration of the analyzer. carbon-dioxide) permeate through the fiber walls. The delivery and dump valves shall automatically switch to delivery when the maximum admissible O2-quality is measured. valve should be opened slowly. By means of the O2 analyzer it is possible to deliver nitrogen with pre-adjusted constant oxygen content. At automatic operation on external start / stop contacts the units will operate in lead and follow principle. Membrane modules consist of a bundle of numerous hollow fibers. This double unit nitrogen system uses hollow-fiber membranes to separate air into nitrogen and oxygen. lamps. If. The compressed air is filtered by a prefilter and microfilter. Compressed air connected to a bundle of membranes will leave this bundle as pure nitrogen. pressure Feed air temperature Heater rise temperature Heater overheat Separator feed temperature Separator feed pressure Dew point Oxygen content Oxygen content Set point PAH TAH TAL TAH TAH PAL XAH XAH XAH 60kPa 50 ℃ 5 ℃ 350 ℃ 70 ℃ 400kPa -60 ℃ 3. The sample line to the O2 analyzer goes via a pressure-reducing valve to a ventilated area. BOG line and system sealing etc. water.0 % Description Two nitrogen generators. the delivery and dump valves will switch in blow-off position. Both units will be started / stopped from the local panel. oil vapour is reduced by means of a carbon bed filter and dust is separated by an after filter. a calibration line can be connected. the compressed air temperature fed to the membranes exceeds the set point. Each membrane unit consists of one module. as shaft seal gas for the vapour return and fuel gas compressors. which is the optimal temperature to reach the design capacity. The capacity of the module is adjusted by the oxygen control valve. oxygen. Electrical Equipment Local control panels Each skid has its own control panel. it is possible to run in cross-operation. The two high capacity units (60 m /h each). where high and low service pressure set points actuate the start and stopping of the generators as demand from the system is activated. terminal strips etc. membrane inlet pressure and inlet temperature. Leader will be selected on the local panel. cooling down and other services. Both generators are provided with a dew point meter. such as compressor sealing. Nitrogen is separated from the air and leaves the membrane at essentially the same pressure as the entering air. For visual indication of temperature and pressure. In case of a problem with one of both units. then it is heated by an electric small heater to rise the temperature to approximate 50 deg. 3 SD2 SD1 • Shutdown of complete system SD2 • Shutdown of N2 delivery valve . Nitrogen permeates slowly. 60℃ N2 -65℃ at atmospheric pressure Process description Compressed air is directed to a filter package to protect the membranes from any harmful particles. Continuous monitoring of the gas ensures that it is always of the correct purity. The system conditions are also monitored by the ICAS. Separation of nitrogen and oxygen occurs in the membrane module.5 % 4. For this purpose manual valves are installed at the inlet of each unit. fuses. CO2 and water rapidly. If. which is mainly required for the topping up of the barrier insulation space during loading. Contaminations and water are now separated. Plant Safety Interlocks The following circumstances with cause an alarm and subsequent shutdown of the system : Sensor DPS TR TR TR TR PT Analyzer Analyzer Analyzer Shut Down Level SD1 SD1 SD1 SD1 SD1 Function Feed air filter diff.6. for : • Automatic starting • Operation • Autonomous safeguarding A fixed O2 content analyzer and a fixed dew point analyzer are installed on the package unit and they are connected before the remotely operated outlet and vent valve. cooled. where the compressed air flows into the hollow fibers. Adjustment is done in such a way that the total nitrogen outlet capacity and oxygen content of the membrane system complies with the requirements. This allows nitrogen to be separated from oxygen. fire extinguishing in the vent mast risers and for purging various parts of the cargo piping and BOG system. due to malfunctioning of the compressor. some pressure indicators and temperature indicators are installed. The oxygen-enriched flow is directed to permeate discharge and is to be vented to a safe area (open-air). To prevent ingress of the water in the ambient air into the nitrogen system during shutdown periods. The compressed. The principle of separation is based on the selective permeation of nitrogen and oxygen.6 MPa less than 3 vol. are able to produce almost pure nitrogen. Each gas has a characteristic permeation rate. while oxygen enriched air will be vented. Except local start-up / stop the units also can be started / stopped by using pressure signals from the buffer tank. oil and water condensate.C. produce gaseous nitrogen which is used fro the pressurization of the barrier insulation spaces. the oxygen level in the nitrogen outlet exceeds the alarm setting of the oxygen analyzer. Compressed air for the nitrogen generator is supplied from the control air system in engine room The nitrogen produced is stored in a 10 m3 buffer tank. Both generators will be operated in parallel to supply maximum demand during cooling down such as post docking. the nitrogen generator will be switched-off giving an alarm. The control valve is led up to regulate the pressure in the membranes. which contains the equipment like relays. on account of malfunctioning of the nitrogen generator. dew point preservation back purge lines are installed between the nitrogen system and the buffer tank. It is also possible to connect a test gas to the analyzer.C from minimum 8 deg. through the membrane. installed in the engine room upper deck port. dryer or heater. cleaned and heated air (oxygen. To prevent a pressure shock in the filter line and membrane at start-up.% less than 30 ppm balance max.4 Nitrogen Generator System Specifications Maker : Type : Model : Capacity : Discharge pressure : Typical gas composition (on dry basis) Oxygen : Carbon dioxide : Nitrogen : Temperature : Dew point : Air Products AS Hollow-fiber membranes permeation type 60 Nm3/h × 2 0.

RED. HTR. TANK MENBRANE SEPARATORS FE S S NO.4a Nitrogen Generator System TO E/R BOG LINE N2 PURGE SYSTEM TO GAS COMPR SEAL SYSTEM TO CARGO PART N2 SYSTEM TO N2 CHARGE SYSTEM G902 G902 PAL PM G903 G903 PAL PM G901 G901 G901 PAH PAL PM P G921 P P UA XA XA SD CONTROL PANEL SD G928 SD SD SD SD G917 AY G917 AIC G917 AAH AAAH G929 SD G917 AT MAH G918 G916 FIC G923 TAH PDAH G933 TDAL G926 G924 TAH T G934 G922 PAL G917 FI G918 MM G916 FY TM N2 CHARGE COMPR P G931 PM T G932 TM PDSH G927 TAH G934 TIC P G935 PM G918 MT G936 PM P FT TS S DPI DPI S G925 S S S LA SD ELECT.1 MPA PM TS S DPI DPI S G925 S S S LA SD ELECT. S NO.4 MPA PRESS. MENBRANE SEPARATORS FE S 0.6.1 N2 GENERATOR UNIT . V. N2 BUFF.2 N2 GENERATOR UNIT CONTROL AIR LINE CONTROL PANEL G921 UA XA XA SD SD G928 SD SD SD SD G917 AY G917 AIC G917 AAH AAAH G929 SD G917 AT MAH G918 G916 FIC FAH 915 FM 915 G914 G923 TAH PDAH G933 TDAL G926 G924 TAH T G934 G922 PAL G917 FI G918 MM G916 FY PAL PM TM P PM G918 G914 G911 AST PS G911 AST PS G911 ASP PS T G932 TI PDSH G927 TAH G934 TIC P G935 MT G936 PM P FT P G931 SET AT 1. HTR.

The gas is further dried to a dew point of about -45℃ in a dryer unit which consists of inlet filter. sulphur oxides and hydrogen. The oil is sprayed into combustion air of vortex flow which is formed in the combustion chamber inlet by the turbulator. .0 vol % maximum 15 vol % maximum 100 ppm maximum 10 ppm maximum 100 ppm maximum Remainder -45℃ @ atmospheric pressure Inert gas produced by the combustion of gas oil supplied by the fuel oil pump with air provided by the blower.5% and 0.5 kW x 1. The pressure of the air into the combustion chamber is regulated with a blow-off valve situated just above the front of the generator. low oxygen inert gas. The unit consists of an oil atomizing nozzle and electrical spark plug which operates from a 115V AC. via the main programming unit. The analyzer is fitted with maximum and minimum setting alarms (1.200 rpm 3 sets. High O2 levels result in the delivery valve closing and purge valve opening to vent the IG to atmosphere at the funnel. The generator consists of the following items . the hot combustion gases produced are cooled indirectly in the combustion chamber by a sea water jacket. The heating is automatically switched on as soon as the motor is stopped. carbon monoxide. the front of the generator has a separate atmosphere outlet where the surplus air is ventilated to atmosphere. As long as the dew point is correct after the processes of cooling and drying. After combustion. The nitrogen content is generally unchanged during the combustion process and the inert gas produced consists mainly of 85% nitrogen and 15% CO2. branched off from the combustion air supply line. The inert gas enters a sea water cooling tower and water separator where the gas is scrubbed and cooled with a sea water spray. Thereafter cooling of the gases mainly occurs at the scrubber section in the cooing tower where the sulphur oxides are washed out. The inert gas generator contains an O2 analyzer for the indication of oxygen content in the inert gas. 2.000 Nm3/h 25 kPa Rotary silica gel R-404A.600 rpm 2 m3/h. the inert gas has a level of corrosive sulphur oxides from the combustion process which have to be removed. a pilot burner and a combustion chamber. The blower motors are fitted with standstill heating elements. The valve is normally controlled by the O2 and dew point analyzers and the gas is led to the deck line only when the gas analysis meets with the set requirements. The valve will be completely shut after start-up and with inert gas to the dryer / cooler unit.5% O2 and is at a temperature approximately 5℃ above the sea water temperature. The main flame is monitored by a photoelectric cell connected to an electric flame relay. The inert gas is then dehumidified to a dew point of about +5℃ in the inert gas cooler where glycol water (chilled water) is used as the cooling medium. This relay will shut down the main burner.6. The inert gas is produced by a combustion process. wet gas blower. Specifications Maker : Number of units : Capacity : Discharge pressure : Absorption dryers : Refrigeration plant : IGG air blower : Fuel oil pump : Wet gas blower : Chilled water pump : IGG cooling SW pump (Scrubber pump) Inert Gas Composition Oxygen : Carbon dioxide : Carbon monoxide : Sulphur oxides : Nitrogen oxides : Nitrogen : Dew point 1. Good combustion is essential for the production of a good quality. Initially. if the flame is too weak or has failed to ignite. which takes place in a combustion chamber where gas oil is used as the fuel. This valve will contribute to a soft start during ignition of main burner by going into a preset start-up value. If this quantity is more than required. Dry-Air Production The generator can produce dry-air at the same rate. 15% CO2 and about 0.800 rpm 11kW at 3. • Combustion air blower • Burner unit • Scrubber unit • Cooler & dryer unit • Refrigeration compressor • Mist filters • Wet gas blower • Dry gas blower Combustion Air Blowers Working Principle An electrical motor driven blower.800 rpm 1. Main Fuel Oil Burner The fuel oil burner is of the vortex turbulent type. The fuel oil is directed to the burner tip. thus ensuring a stable flame at the combustion chamber. The gas is led to the deck main via pressure control valve and delivery valve depending on the gas analysis. regeneration gas steam heater. 155kW at 3. For the production of dry air there is no combustion. The chilled water is cooled in the chiller from a separate R-404A refrigerating system and circulates in a closed loop.1%). which is activated before the pilot burner fuel oil valve is opened to admit fuel oil to the burner. A pressure control valve located at the dryer outlet maintains a constant pressure throughout the system.000 m3/h at 40mTH. The products of the combustion are mainly CO2. supplies the combustion air to the inert gas generator via flexible bellows connection and regulating valve.600 rpm 9kW at 1.5 Inert Gas Generator System Description for Generator Air Products AS 1 set 11. rotor unit of silica gel absorbent. The inert gas contains approximately 85% N2. A Stand-by blower can also be operated either as a combustion air blower or as a dry gas blower. Pilot Burner The fuel oil burner is ignited by a long flame from the pilot burner which is fitted alongside. Flame sensors and gauge glasses of the burner unit are protected by a separate air-cooling system. in the combustion chambers of the inert gas generator. 222kW at 1. cargo pipes and void spaces when required. no oxygen content measurement and the oxygen signal is overridden when the mode selector is get to dry-air (compressor only) production. water and small quantities of oxygen. the dry-air is supplied to the cargo system. Description The inert gas system is used for the inerting and freeing of cargo tanks. of the single stage centrifugal type. Burner Unit The burner unit comprises of a main burner. soot free.800 rpm The generator is manually started from the control panels mounted locally. The main burner initially receives the total air quantity from the blower. and dry gas blower. 185 kW x 1.

The seawater flowing in the cooling jacket is ejected into the lower part of the scrubber tower through small holes situated around the outside of the burner outlet into the cooling chamber. Return Gas to Cooler Inlet Wet Inert Gas from Cooler for Regeneration Dry Inert Gas. The inert gas is dehumidified in the rotating adsorption dryer. The cooling effect in the cooler is provided through a glycol / water based system from the separate refrigeration plant. The pilot burner is activated during the start-up sequence only.W. Rotation speed of the dryer is controlled by a frequency converter. The Chilled water pump circulates a mixture of glycol and water in a loop between the cooler and the separate refrigeration plant. Cooling Water System The sea water is supplied by the eductor driving and IGG cooling sea water pump and is mainly used for cleaning the inert gas in the scrubbing tower. The chamber is water-cooled and requires a steady sea water supply throughout the inerting process and the following cooling period after shutdown. Dryer Unit The main parts of the dryer are the adsorption rotor. dryer where the drying is performed by a metal silicate rotor with high adsorption capacity. designed to carry 100% of the required inert gas capacity for regeneration of dryer rotor. From the main fuel pump the fuel is delivered to the main burner. which prevents any water droplets being carried away from the tower. The units are equipped with flexible connections. The cooler is of the finned type and designed to reduce the humidity to +5ºC dew point before the inert gas is led into the dryer. The cooling F. the refrigerant undergoes a number of changes in state or condition.6. This glycol / water mixture will cool down the inert gas while it passes the cooler finned surface. Water vapour is condensed on the surface into water drops that leaves the cooler unit via the bottom drain line. Cooling Unit The cooler unit is served by a refrigeration compressor operating a chilled water loop. This is a rotating. The droplets clean the inert gas before it passes through a stainless steel demister at the top of the tower. A software controller receives input from a flow transmitter installed down stream of the blower. The fuel pumps are fitted with their own fuel safety re-circulation arrangement. The heat of combustion is removed by the seawater flowing in the cooling jacket outside of the combustion chamber. Parameters are set in the operator terminal The blower motors are fitted with standstill heating elements. A differential pressure transmitter gives the input signal. heat regenerated. The blower is driven by an electric motor. The gas leaves the unit via the inert gas outlet at the top of the scrubber unit. Mist Filter Saturated Inert gas from the cooler passed through a filter to eliminate any mist due to gas saturation before this gas is passing the dryer. The heating is automatically switched on as soon as the motor is stopped. Heated Inert Gas for Regeneration Combustion Chamber The combustion chamber is an open vessel where the combustion is performed. The combustion takes place in the combustion chamber. casing for regeneration gas with regeneration heater and wet gas outlet. The pilot fuel pump regulates the pilot fuel oil pressure. Filter elements are installed in cassettes that have easy access for replacement and maintenance. The design is identical to the combustion air blower. Dry Gas Blower The dry inert gas system is fitted with one blower. with identical design as combustion air blower designed to carry 100% of the capacity either as a Dry Gas Blower or as a combustion air blower. No. and various terms are used to indicate when and how these are achieved. from CCS is supplied to refrigerant condenser and oil cooler. The pump motor speed and the fuel rate / pressure are controlled by the flow rate of the inert gas leaving the generator. Back up Blower The system is also fitted with one back up blower. and it now forms a humid inert gas with dew point in the range of +35-40ºC. -45 ℃ Wet Inert Gas from Cooler The sea water effluent from the scrubber is controlled by a regulating valve so as not to allow any inert gas to flow overboard. This is achieved by a differential pressure control system which controls a water column level in the effluent pipeline. It is also used to cool the cooling jacket of combustion chamber. Drain System Scrubber Unit The scrubber unit comprises a: • Scrubber tower • Sea water spray nozzles • Demister • Inspection hatch • Level switch The lower part of the scrubber tower receives the hot flue gases from the combustion chamber.5 Inert Gas Generator System Refrigeration is the transfer of heat from the substance to be cooled to some other substance.3MPa). The scrubber cools and cleans the combustion gas through direct contact with sea water sprayed from nozzles in the top of chamber. The discharge valve 090VPH is controlled to maintain the water column level. designed to carry 100% of the dry inert gas capacity. Fuel Oil System The generator requires Marine Diesel Oil for the pilot burner and the main burner. An output signal (4mA – 20mA) to the frequency converter is determining the speed of blower. . The gas then flows upwards through water droplets generated by spray nozzles. The wet gas blower provides regeneration loop of the metal silicate by transporting dry inert gas via a steam heater through a quarter of the dryer rotor back to the cooler inlet The speed of the wet gas blower is controlled by a frequency converter. The fuel pump needs positive pressure to the fuel pumps suction side (maximum 0. The blower provides a sufficient supply of dry inert gas to consumers at the necessary flow rate and pressure. Wet Gas Blower The inert gas system is fitted with one wet gas blower.3 ballast pump can supply the cooling water alternatively if the IGG cooling sea water pump is not available. During the refrigeration process. by measuring the pressures in the effluent pipeline and the inert gas outlet pipeline. which is measured across the flow venturi by the flow transmitter. Blower and motor are mounted on a joint framework.

Operation Mode Following three modes are provided for operation of the plant. Monitoring The ICAS monitors the IG system with facility to start and stop the IG generator via Soft keys. Checks before starting at local control panel • Ensure that there at least two main electric generators connected to the main switchboard. • Check the oxygen analyzer for correct calibration and ensure that the tower rinsing valves 151VPG and 152VPG are closed.6.000mmWG PAH 3. SD3 SD7 SD7 SD7 Burner flame failure Oxygen content Oxygen content Dry IG dew point XAH XAH XAH 1.1 % -45 ℃ 2. All alarm initiators are displayed on the mimic diagram with normal operation.NUM key: Used for entering new set points/alarm limits etc. Plant Safety Interlocks The following circumstances with cause an alarm and subsequent shutdown of the inert gas generator : Sensor Pressure PT PT PT PT PT PT PT PT PS Temperature TR TR TR TR TR Level FS Others UV Analyzer Analyzer Analyzer Shut Down Level SD2 SD2 SD1 SD4 SD4 SD5 SD4 SD3 SD2 Function Set point Combustion air Cooling sea water Cooling sea water Dryer outlet gas Dryer outlet gas Dryer outlet gas Inert gas discharge Fuel oil Control air PAL 400mmWG PAL 100 kPa PAH 350 kPa PAL 500mmWG PAH 3. • Ensure that the control panel is energized at all time. the system rinses the furnace with water and changes over the scrubber tower discharge to drain to bilge. the discharge valve 090VPH will close and the discharge to bilge valve 095VPH will open to prevent the discharge overboard of un-burnt fuel. G .Arrow keys: Used to move cursor up/down and left/right.Function keys: Function changing between different views. 3. IGG cooling sea water pump will start automatically when the ICAS receives an Auto Start signal from the IG control panel. Finally the dryer reduces the gas humidity by adsorption to between ÷45ºC and ÷65ºC SD2 SD2 SD8 SD6 SD5 IG cooling jacket Inert gas Regeneration gas Regeneration gas Dry Inert gas TAH TAH TAH TAH TAH 60 65 150 165 65 ℃ ℃ ℃ ℃ ℃ SD1 Scrubber water LAH A . The scrubber and inert gas generator is then shut down and the dry gas blower simply supplies air to deck (or to atmosphere when desired) through the dryer & cooler unit. The overboard valve 091VPH is operated remotely and has a limit switch that prevents operation of the plant while the valve is closed.Main Menu: Return to main menu. F . situated inside the IG generator cabinet. The valve 091VPH is interlocked with the scrubber water pump and No. stopping alarm / trip functions and the running mode of the plant. D . The bilge drain valve switch. • Check that there is no alarm condition and reset any alarms by pressing the ALARM RESET pushbutton on the control panel.500mmWG PAL 50mmWG PAL 100 kPa PAL 450 kPa In the event of a flame failure in port. During flame failure.5 % 0. Generator Reduced 50% Mode This mode of operation is identical to Generator mode. because alarms and trace heating need to be operative even if the plant is shut down.Global function keys: Fixed function in all views.3 ballast pump starters.5 Inert Gas Generator System Shutdown Level Inert Gas System SD1 • Shutdown of scrubber outlet valve • Shutdown of fuel supply and combustion • Shutdown of dry air blower • Shutdown of scrubber pump SD2 • Shutdown of scrubber outlet valve • Shutdown of fuel supply and combustion • Shutdown of dry air blower SD3 • Shutdown of scrubber outlet valve • Shutdown of fuel supply and combustion SD4 • Shutdown of delivery to deck Dry Air System SD5 • Shutdown of scrubber outlet valve • Shutdown of regeneration heater • Shutdown of dryer unit and dry gas blower SD6 • Shutdown of scrubber outlet valve • Shutdown of regeneration heater SD7 • Shutdown of scrubber outlet valve SD8 • Warning Control Panel The control panel contains the programmable controller which takes care of the starting. 1. On the front of the panel the IG plant is in the form of a mimic diagram with motor running lights and automatic valve open / closed indicating lights. An oxygen analyzer is installed and monitors the gas after the water separator. E . Fresh Air Mode Fresh air mode of operation applies when all tanks are to be gas-freed by diluting with dry fresh air. must be turned to the AUTOMATIC position before stating the plant in port. In this mode air is blown into the combustion chamber where it is mixed with fuel and burned to give an inert gas of certain oxygen content. Further operating instructions including calibration are displayed on the front of the unit.ENTER: Activates changes in parameters to the PLC. Operation Pressing the MAIN MENU membrane key will display the current status on display. B . • Ensure that the control air supply is on and that the R404A compressor crankcase heater is operational. The pump automatically stops when it receives an Auto Stop signal.Alarm List: Move to alarm list. C . In the cooler the humidity is reduced to a +5ºC dew point. used for inerting the cargo tanks at reduced capacity and with less fuel consumption. . • Open the scrubber tower overboard discharge valve 091VPH. Generator Mode This mode of operation is used for inerting the cargo tanks. This hot gas is then cooled and washed in the scrubber tower of the generator before the humid inert gas is delivered to a cooler and dryer unit.

For this purpose the generator is equipped with a test switch mounted on the generator itself. compressor oil cooler cooling FW inlet valve 064VPG 095VPH 090VPH 091VPH Ref. which is in effect a closed loop. Pressing the ‘STOP SYSTEM’ will extinguish the burner and stop the fuel pump. but the blowers will keep running. Press ‘IG TO DRYER’ for delivering inert gas to the dryer Check that the plant temperatures and pressures are normal. dew point and IG outlet temperature has been achieved. If the O2 content is too high or too low and the dew point is too high. 221VPL o) p) q) r) Arrange the deck distribution and ventilation system according to the cargo handling operation instructions. If started locally. After approximately three minutes. (Note : Do not switch off the electrical supply to the main panel.1MPa air pressure. All gas will be supplied to deck as long as the deck pressure is significantly below the set point. When the deck pressure approaches the controller set point. the dryer or the refrigeration plant should reach alarm limits during normal operation the vent valve M13VUJ will open and the supply valve M12VUJ will close. open all valves on the refrigeration compressor. (Note: More than three consecutive starts within one hour causes overheat the blower motors. close this valve 095VPH and shut the overboard 091VPH.) When keeping the key operated switches in position 3 the operators can easily do adjustments of the fuel air ratio for the pilot burner if the flame is not operating properly. If the inert gas is required to the cargo tanks. the valve will not open. Verify pressure on chill water loop to be the same as air pressure at expansion tank inlet. because this will keep the pilot pump operating in re-circulation mode. (Note : The main IG supply valve M12VUJ is controlled by the O2 content and dew point. . Ensure the stationary oxygen analyzer power is activated. and the system is ready for delivering inert gas Cooler/dryer. all gas will finally be led to atmosphere. If either the O2 content. The delivery valve will close and the purge valve will open. the gas flow can be returned to atmosphere by pressing ‘DELIVER TO ATM’ function key. The two systems will then shut down in “parallel” in a safe manner which will ensure all heated components are cooled down safely before they are stopped together with the refrigeration plant. The switch stays at position 1 and 2 and has a spring return from position 3 to position 2. • Position 1 • Position 2 • Position 3 Off Pilot pump on Ignition transformer on v) w) x) l) Once the acceptable O2 content.) s) t) u) Check the blower and motor for vibrations Check sample flow to the stationary oxygen analyser. Start the refrigeration compressor at local start panel. Start the system by pressing the ‘Start System’ button on the front of the terminal. (as described in the vendor manual) Check that the motor heaters of blower and scrubber pump have been switched on.6. Starting Procedure for the Plant in Generator Mode This start procedure is to be used when testing the plant after inspection or maintenance work and if the automatic controls are not functioning. Shut the fuel and instrument air supply valves to the unit. The scrubber pump is then automatically stopped after some time (when the system has been properly cooled) Stop the refrigerator compressor with chill water pump. Adjust sample flow if necessary by means of the sample flow meter. a) b) Ensure that all pressure gauge and instrumentation valves / cocks are open and that the instruments are reading correctly. Select GENERATOR mode and the equipment to be started as shown in the description of the operator terminals. e) f) g) h) i) j) k) Pilot Burner Test Switch (In Generator Mode) While the blower is running in generator mode. Start the scrubber pump either locally at the pump starter using the START / STOP pushbuttons if the seawater line has been drained or remotely from ICAS. Prior to start up make sure that compressor oil heater has been turned on for last 12 hours Open cooler chill water loop inlet and outlet valves. 3 position. turn the main switch on the pump panel to the position 1 to ensure that the pump will start when the IG generator is started. After checking the oil level in the refrigeration compressor crankcase and the oil separator. If so desired. If the plant is not stopped. Once drained.3 ballast pump discharge valve 061VPG R404A condenser cooling FW inlet valve 062VPG R404A condenser cooling FW outlet valve 063VPG Ref. Adjust the seawater manual control valve slowly until the water supply pressure to the generator unit has the value given in the performance test. the pump should be changed to remote control once satisfied that it is operating correctly. It is assumed that the sea water crossover is fully operational. and there is no combustion going on. Set the water valves as shown in the following table : Position Open Open Close Close Open Open Open Open Operational Operational Open Valve Description 041VPJ IGG cooling SW pump suction valve 046VPJ IGG cooling SW pump discharge valve to IGG 042VPJ IGG cooling SW pump discharge valve for eductor 045VPJ No.5 Inert Gas Generator System m) Set up the fuel oil system by opening the following valves : Procedure for Stopping of the Plant a) b) On completion of inerting、press the ‘DELIVER TO ATM’ button. the vent valve M13VUJ will close and gas will be supplied to the deck. c) d) e) f) c) d) Tower outlet drain to bilge valve Tower level control valve Overboard valve Turn seawater manual control valve to a nearly closed position. During the system stop operation the LED attached to the stop button will be flashing in order to indicate the operation in action. When operating like this heat will be accumulated in the pump and there is risk of the fluid boiling if the pump runs for a long time. the furnace purge will be complete and the blowers will stop automatically. Check the chill water loop is filled with water and glycol (25%) Start the chill water pump at starter panel. compressor oil cooler cooling FW outlet valve Valve Description Position Open IGG gas oil tank quick-closing valve Open Main fuel oil pump suction and delivery valves Open Pilot oil pump suction and delivery valves Operational Burners’ solenoid valves n) At the fuel oil pump starter panel. the inert gas supply main valve M12VUJ will be opened. as this will render the system alarms inoperative. turn the gas flow to deck by pressing ‘DELIVER TO DECK’ function key. Warning: Do not leave key switch in position 2 for a long time. The switch is key operated. g) h) Drain the sea water pipe by use of the DRAIN switch inside the panel. Check the expansion tank has been filled with 0. more and more of the gas will flow to atmosphere via the atmosphere control valve. it is possible to test the operation of the pilot burner. When the oxygen content is below the alarm limit and the system is stable the ‘IG READY’ LED on the top of the terminal will be lit.

5 Inert Gas Generator System Starting Procedure for the Plant in Reduced 50% Mode Follow the start up procedure for Generator mode. Deliver inert gas to atmos. Select reduced 50% mode. 7. . 3. Procedure for Stopping of the Plant Follow the shut down procedure for Generator mode Starting Procedure for the Plant in Fresh Air Mode 1. Check that there are no active shutdown alarms. Press Delivery to Deck and the dry air is then automatically delivered to deck. The Operator must also in addition to select Generator mode also select Reduced 50% Mode as shown in the description of the operator terminals. Arrange the deck distribution and ventilation system as described in the cargo handling manual. 6. This mode can also be selected when system is running in Generator mode (100%) without stopping the system by following the order bellow: 1. Ensure that controllers are in auto mode and pre set with the correct set point. 5. 2. Procedure for Stopping of the Plant 1. 2. 5. Press the System Start button. On completion of gas freeing the system can be stopped by pressing the Stop System button and this will stop the inert gas blower and close the delivery valve. 2. Check that the blower motor heating is switched on. 4.6. Select Fresh Air mode on the terminal. Deliver Inert gas to dryer. Warning: The safety procedures must be strictly observed during tank entry. 3. Start the refrigeration compressor with the chill water pump as described in the vendor manual. Deliver dry inert gas to atmos. 4. Deliver inert gas to deck.

1 G812-3 FROM NO.LINE G812-4 40 151VPG G836 G836 TAH TM G835 G835 PAL SD PM G815-3 PIC FIC PM P 400 G888 COOLER DPI G882 G882 TAH TM B 600 G883 G883 SD PAH 152VPG MAIN 15 P G814-2 SD P PM G813-4 G832 SD PAL G822 G822 PAL P M03VUJ G832 G832 PM G887 TM 15 40 UPP.W.G.G.S.0 MPA STM 15 40 158VPB 157VPB 15 15 15 40 40 40 400 400 090ZPD 089ZPD 088ZPD FUNNEL TO I.PUMP TO BALLAST LINE C P 047VPJ 400 G811 PIC PS TO & FROM CCS 125 125 PS 045VPJ G810 G810 G810 RO OIO OIS G811 A 860 RO OIO 860 OIS 860 P OIL SEPARATOR 50 062VPG 125 125 061VPG NO.G.W.PUMP O2 ANALYZER 10 M07VUJ G837 G817-3 TM G889 TM P 250 400 350 F.DK T TO ATM.2 NO. TK PAH PAL G816-2 G816-2 G806-2 SA G816-1 G816-1 G806-1 SA ESD RM ESD RM PILOT S S P G813-3 200 S S G833 G833 TAH TM SD T G815 G815 P SCRUBBER UNIT P PS P P T 200 B PIC PIC TM DRY INERT GAS BLOWER NO.EDUCTOR C G812 G809 PS P ESD RM 042VPJ P 400 046VPJ REF.TRANS.COMPR 350 G838 G811 ECONOMIZER G841-7 400 50 RM M G837 TAH G816-3 SD PAH G881 G881 PM PIC LM TS S LIC P G841-5 G841-6 EDUCTOR DRIV.& IGG COOL.3 150 350 095VPH 090VPH 091VPH 064VPG CONDENSER S BALLAST PUMP TO BALLAST LINE OIL COOLER 063VPG TO BILGE WELL 50 .2 DRY I.G.DRAIN TK FROM 1.MAIN TO GAS DETECTOR M12VUJ 400 G817-1 221VPL G884 G884 G884 SD SD M13VUJ XM XAL XAH FRESH AIR INTAKE TAHH G817 G890 G890 TAH TM G891 G807 FIC G817-2 P 50 TO D. ROTOR DRYER EXP. GAS OIL TK TO ATMOS.O.5a Inert Gas Generator System I.O. FAN G813 G812 G806-3 BURNER G825 SD G838 200 023VUJ 021VUJ LAH P 50 50 50 SA ESD RM PM FS WATER CHILLER PS P COMBUSTION AIR BLOWER 400 400 P PIC G825 G813-2 PAL SD 400 M01VUJ S 700 S G841-4 TO BALLAST STRIP. PUMP UNIT 25 WET GAS BLOWER TM G886 M TO COMBUSTION AIR BLOWER 400 FI MAH MM G816-4 SD G885 FM 250 M 25 G813-6 SD P 25 40 FROM F.6.SERV.

2a Engine Room Ballast System Ballast and Fuel Oil Valves Control System Engine Room Ballast System Ballast and Fuel Oil Valves Control System Illustrations .1a 7.1 7.PART 7: ENGINE ROOM BALLAST SYSTEM 7.2 7.

• • • • • Ballast main pressure Ballast pump suction and discharge pressures Ballast stripping eductor driving water inlet pressure Ballast stripping eductor suction pressure Aft water ballast tanks level Eductor Drive & IGG Cool. A vertical centrifugal pump is provided to supply sea water to water spray system and a steam heating shell and tube type heater is arranged for heating the sea water in winter condition. The ICAS has to send a Power Available signal to the switchboard prior to the start signal.800 m3/h × 35 mTH × 375 kW × 1. A ballast stripping eductor is provided to strip the ballast tanks. fuel oil transfer and fuel consumption. Ltd. pump. bunkering. All hydraulically operated valves in the system are also operated the on screen menu / keyboard in conjunction with the ICAS Ballast screen.7.000 m3/h × 40 mTH × 185 kW × 1. Following gauges are monitored on the ICAS. Niikura Low pressure type 1 × 350 m3/h A draft gauge sensor for aft of the ship is provided at 3rd deck in the engine room. The ballast system is used to compensate for all of these operating conditions. 1) Discharge by gravity 2) Deballasting by use of the ballast pump 3) Stripping by use of the ballast stripping eductor The pumps take their suction from the sea bay. Sea Water pump Maker : Capacity : Ballast stripping eductor Maker : Type : Capacity : Teikoku Machinery Works.S. provided that the switches on the main switchboard group starter panel are set to remote.800 rpm The ballast pumps are started and stopped using the ICAS screen. Ltd. and can be stopped from this panel regardless of the position of the local / remote switch. The local panels always take priority and can take control from cargo control room at any time. . with a high and low sea suction being available at both port and starboard sides.3 ballast pump. No. the pumps can be started and stopped from the local panel. Ltd.050 m3/h × 100 mTH × 420 kW × 1. Description The purpose of the Ballast System is to provide the distribution of sea water ballast throughout the ship under varying load conditions. 1 × 1. The valves in the ballast system are hydraulically operated with open / close or valve position indications from the ballast control console in cargo control room. Discharge of ballast can be accomplished in three steps. Three vertical centrifugal ballast pumps are provided in engine room for operating the ballast water. 1 × 1. The load varying of the hull and trim of the ship are affected by cargo loading and unloading. When starting in local mode a Power Request signal is sent from the switchboard to the PMS in ICAS. The pumps can be operated either in parallel or in single as required. The pumps have an automatic stop sequence control for tank level status.3 ballast pump is used also for inert gas generator cooling water supply. The bilge in the double bottom pipe passage is discharged with a dedicated bilge eductor which is situated in the passage.800 rpm Teikoku Machinery Works. When on local control. The ballast water is discharged through the dedicated overboard discharge valve 036VPJ. 3 × 2. The driving water for eductor is supplied from the bilge and G.200 rpm The valves marked with R can be controlled remotely at voluntary opening position and the valves marked with "R" are operated at either full open or full close position. The driving water for eductor is supplied from either the eductor drive and IGG cooling sea water pump or No.1 Engine Room Ballast System Specifications Water ballast pump Maker : Capacity : Water spray pump Maker : Capacity : Teikoku Machinery Works.

EDUCTOR 400 047VPJ R SEA BAY BALLAST PUMP SA 641 RO 641 RM 641 550 P PM G1302 NO. 40 150 R REMOTE CONTROL VALVE WITH POSI.W.FAN 500 029VPJ 550 WATER DETECTOR 550 (300A) 027VPJ P R R R 007VPJ 500 028VPJ R R 500 450 037VPJ R C G1301 PM 005VPJ 550 012VPJ 002VPJ 550 008VPJ 300 C 550 650 PM G1304 BALLAST STRIP.3 PM G1305 R FOR PORTABLE VENT.PIPE PASSAGE AFT W.B.S.7.2 PM G1305 026VPJ R R SA 642 RO 642 RM 642 400 024VPJ P 500 025VPJ 004VPJ 500 EDUCTOR DRIVING & IGG COOL.FAN 550 PM G1304 DRAFT GAUGE BALLAST PUMP 2ND FLAT SA 641 RO 641 RM 641 NO.W.B.IND.B. 046VPJ R C 400 MOORING DK LM G1337 R R 042VPJ 300 R 500 045VPJ 300 WATER DETECTOR 006VPJ TO CCR 550 011VPJ 001VPJ 550 550 550 (300A) FOR PORTABLE VENT. PUMP P 041VPJ 400 TO IGG COOL.TK (S) R 009VPJ 021VPJ P 150 250 500 500 022VPJ LAL G1331 LM G1331 061VPJ 65 SEA CHEST (LOW) R REMOTE CONTROL VALVE WITH OPEN/SHUT IND.1a Engine Room Ballast System SEA CHEST (HIGH) OIS G1316 OIO G1316 R RO G1316 053VPJ 650 036VPJ LAH G1331 150 40 LAL G1331 R R LM 250 550 013VPJ 003VPJ 550 G1331 125 051VPJ R D.1 PM G1305 R 250 500 023VPJ LAH R G1331 25 C AFT W. .TK (P) 400 550 010VPJ C PM G1304 BALLAST PUMP ASP 641 SA 641 RO 641 RM 641 250 NO.

with the two main pumps and a small pump for sea going situated on top of the tank.5 MPa and 12.5 MPa Unloading : 12.5 MPa.400mm globe valves in 98 seconds • Operate all the manifold valves in 30 seconds • Operate three 1000mm . non-return valve and isolating valve. each fitted with a rupture disc.7 MPa.. start the selected pump and check that the system is pumping as intended. safety sequence valve. Each day press the LAMP TEST button in order to check that the lamps are illuminating. The starter panel consists of the following : • Changeover switch to select either automatic or emergency use • Changeover switch to select either duty or standby pump • Pushbuttons for: Pump start and stop Acknowledging and canceling audible alarms Lamp test • Indicator lamps for: Electrical power available Pump running Pump stopped Pump failure due to high temperature Alarms due to low oil level and high and low oil pressures 2. The power packs are situated in the hydraulic pump unit room on the port side of upper deck and the solenoid valve boards and boxes are distributed and arranged in several places.0 MPa • Oil pressure low at 9.7.400mm butterfly valves in 30 seconds An electric heater is provided in the oil tank. Press the start button on the selected operating pump and ensure that the RUNNING light illuminates when the pump is running.5 MPa • Oil pressure high at 13. The system is now ready for operation.5 MPa 13. power supply. situated on “G” Deck.3 litres/min x 3. capable of restoring 20 litres of oil between the working pressures.-low low : 412mm from top of tank 8.0 cc / cycle 11. Relief valve setting : Oil tank capacity : Pump Shutdown Level-low low : Press.2 Ballast and Fuel Oil Valves Control System Specifications Maker : Type : Main pump capacity : Small pump capacity : Accumulator : Working pressure : Pressure switches : Nakakita Seisakusho Co.7 kW x 1.5 MPa 6. Press the OPEN or CLOSE buttons for the selected valves on the mimic panels in order to open or close the selected valves when setting the pipeline system. Turn the power switch to the 1 (ON) position and ensure that the power light illuminates. which returns to the tank via the main return line.7 MPa maximum Main pump : Loading : 10.0 MPa The main pumps are each capable of: • Operate three of the 700mm valves in 60 seconds • Operate two 300mm . The accumulators operate the manifold ESD valves in an emergency situation and are capable of two closing operations within 30 seconds.0 litres / min at the working pressure of between 10. which can be cross-connected to the cargo hydraulic power pack in an emergency.5 Mpa normal.0 MPa 11. There is a bank of four accumulators of 60 litre capacity. Emergency operation is carried out by using one of the three for deck and cargo part and one for engine room portable manually operated pumps and by manually operating the solenoid valves.200 rpm 2 x 14.1. Procedure for Operating the Remote Valve Operating System a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) Ensure that the oil system is fully charged and that there are no leaks evident.7 MPa 950 litres Hydraulic Power Packs The units consist of a 950 litre oil tank. 13.7 litre The system has the following alarms • Capacity tank low level at 312mm from tank top • Oil pressure low-low at 9. When the pipeline is set. which starts at 0℃ and stops at 10℃ by a thermostat. The lead pump has a delivery rate of 25. The power pack is started locally and valve operation is from the ICAS graphic screens in the central control room. Turn the pump select switch to either PUMP 1 or to PUMP 2 position. . Check that the second pump unit is operational.0 litres/min x 5.5 MPa Emergency Hand Pump For cargo and deck part (3sets) Stroke : Pressure : Oil tank volume : For engine room (1set) Stroke : Pressure : Oil tank volume : 33. engine room and emergency shutdown system are hydraulically operated by a hydraulic power pack. Turn the Automatic / Manual select switch to the control required. j) k) Emergency Shutdown System The ESD system is supplied by two accumulators. Check the pressure rise on the pressure gauge and check that the pump cuts out at the pressure of 12. under low pressure demand conditions.5 kW x 1.5 litre General Description All the valves necessary for the operation of the cargo. The system is protected by a safety relief valve set at 13. Ltd NS 4 x 25. The solenoid valves operate at 230V.5 MPa.0 cc / cycle 11.5 MPa 0.200 rpm 4 x 60 litres preloaded to 7.

T. BOX JUNC.SHUT ) 036VPJ 001VPH 002VPH 003VPH 004VPH 091VPH B.S.V. V.8 BALLAST & F.DECK ) : 10. PUMP ROOM POWER UNIT FOR BALLAST LINE STARTER STARTER POWER UNIT FOR CARGO LINE P P FOR CARGO & HULL PART P P P P P P P R R R TM G1110 LI TM G1110 LI P ACCUMULATOR UNIT R P R P R P R R P P R P No. 2 SETS ( OPENING ) 009VPJ 010VPJ B.V.F. ROOM ( "F" . PRESSURE MAX.S.7 MPa HAND PUMP ICAS VDU I. 1 SET ( OPENNING ) 020VPH ENGINE ROOM B. BOX JUNC. EQUIP. PIPE PASSAGE R P R JUNC.V. 2 SETS ( OPENING ) 718VPJ 728VPJ O . BOX HAND PUMP S S O S S O S S O S S O S S S O S O O O O O O B. V.F.7.T. 10 SETS ( OPEN .T.V.5 ~ 12.F.F. BOARD ( 28 SETS ) D. BOX JUNC. BOARD ( 7SETS ) No. TYPE BARRIER UNIT ( FOR DOL. 14 SETS ( OPENING ) 001VPJ 002VPJ 003VPJ 022VPJ 023VPJ 025VPJ 026VPJ 028VPJ 029VPJ 042VPJ 047VPJ FOV04 FOV05 FOV06 B.B. VALVE SOL. ) I.T. ROOM ( "E" . TYPE BARRIER UNIT WITH SIGNAL CONVERTER SIGNAL CONVERTER HYD.2a Ballast and Fuel Oil Valves Control System NOR.F. V.O.V.F.T.SHUT ) 004VPJ 005VPJ 006VPJ 007VPJ 011VPJ 012VPJ 013VPJ 031VPJ 033VPJ 037VPJ B.V. 10 SETS ( OPEN .T.DECK ) CENTRAL CONTROL ROOM ( "G" .DECK ) ELECT.9 BALLAST VALVE SOL.5 MPa : 13. PRESSURE FIRE EQUIP.

Motor List 8.Fire Detector 45. ACC Signal Monitor 22. Fuel Gas Compressor . Main Turbine L.Stern Tube L. Exhaust and Gland Exhaust Steam 27. No. Sea Water Circulation System 30. No. No. Electric Distribution (High Volt) 2.2 Boiler ACC Overview 2/2 21.No.Domestic Water Service 36. 1. Sea Water Sevice 31.1 Diesel Generator 7. Soot Blower 11. Steam Dump 26. Macinery Overview 2.3c Gas Handling Screen 1. No. Generator Control 3.1 Boiler F. Main Turbine Trip & Auto Slow Down 7. Superheated Steam 23.No. Main Turbine Remote Control Monitoring 8. FD Fans and Air Heaters 10.3 ICAS Overview ICAS Operator Station Operations Graphic Displays Integrated Control and Automation System Overview Illustrations 8. Supply 39.2 Boiler ACC Overview 1/2 20.2 Diesel Generator 8.3b Power Management System Screen 1.1 Boiler ACC Overview 1/2 18.O.O. No. No.Steering Gear and Miscellaneous 50. Boiler Condition Overview 17. Boiler Trip and BMS Fatal Condition 15.Compressed Air System 48. Filling and Transfer 41. Ship Side Valve 32.1 Turbine Generator 5. Main Turbine 3.2 Boiler F. CCS Fresh Water Service 33.2 Boiler ACC Overview 2/2 19.D/G Cooling Line 34.O.2 8. Boiler Sub Menu 9. System 4. Supply 40.O.E/R Vent Fan 46. Blackout Recovery 8. No. Emergency Generator 9.E/R Gas and Fire Fighting 44. Main Turbine Bearings 5. BMS Overview 12.1a ICAS Graphic Displays 8.0MPa Auxiliary Steam 25. No. Auxiliary Steam 24. HP Feed System 28.1 Boiler BMS Overview 13.Bilge / Waste Oil and Sewage 37. ACC Overview 16.Distilled Water Plant 35.Fire Fighting Sea Water 38.L. System 43. Insulation and UPS Status 10. Main Condenser 6.2 Turbine Generator 6. Purifier and Transfer 42. Refr1gerator and Air Conditioner 49.2 Boiler BMS Overview 14. No. No.O.O.F.1 8.PART 8: INTEGRATED CONTROL AND AUTOMATION SYSTEM 8. Frequency Control Sensor Select 4. LP Feed System 29. Ventilation 47.3a Custum Graphic Main Menu 1.

To account for this. valves. boilers. an operator panel with buttons and trackball and a controller computer (EWS). providing colour screen dumps. data server. Ltd. Each station computer has a hard disk containing the software files for the fitted equipment. The basic modules are : • Buttons • Analogue measurement modules • Digital measurement modules • Pulse measurement modules • Motor / pump control modules • Valve control modules • PID controller modules All display views are made up from a set of standard modules. These series are used to produce trends and reports at the operator and history stations. measurements etc.8. Data Server Station A data server station is installed in the cargo control console and engine control consol respectively in the central control room. They are a specific computer on the network which runs the operator station software. The basic functions include : • Process and system monitoring • Event logging and monitoring • Control functions (motor control. The local BUS network is a field side network which connects the control station and I/O station. They are related to particular pieces of equipment. Monitoring and Control Monitoring and control is performed by software modules. power generation.1 ICAS Overview Maker : Model : Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. provided it has control of the appropriate command group and the user is logged on with the correct access code. The unit network is an upper side network system which connects the operator. Displays and Views The system is made up of the following types of views : • Process • Flow • Event • Trends • Equipment The Display and Control of System Processes The number of views in a system depends upon the equipment under system control. Process values to be displayed at the operator stations are generated in the control stations and transferred to each station as required. there may not be enough room to display all the detail on a single view. It also contains the historical database. that show these details. . so they can be located at the ship control centres. The operator stations function independently. storing an historical (time / date) series of process (samples). control and input / output stations connected by a dual bus to the network units. The symbols on the screen are the symbols associated with these modules. The ICAS system on board is called a distributed processing system. or plant. These displays show all or part of a system or process using standard symbols to represent the actual plant / equipment (valves. valve control and PIDs) The main applications to which these functions are applied are : • Power management • Propulsion plant control • Gas handling • Cargo and ballast control • Watch call system Main Components The ICAS system is made up of operator. The Operator Interface The graphic displays are shown on the monitor of the operator stations. motors. auxiliary machinery and cargo / ballast systems etc. motors etc). Network Systems The Network System composes of Unit Network and Local BUS Network. data server and control stations. When a view is selected showing an overall process. because the process control functions are defined locally in the process stations and not in the operator stations. Process stations also contain the operating software for the associated equipment. MCS-6100A Control Stations The control stations are interface and processing units. These are installed in the central control room. All the communication between the operator and the controlled / monitored equipment takes place on this network. and provide the interface between the ICAS system and the actual plant or equipment. System Peripheral Equipment Printers Certain operator stations are connected directly to a dedicated printer for printing out events and may be interfaced to one or more network printers for event and report printing. control stations and gateway controller. accessed from the main view. Events (alarms and messages) are also shown on the displays. Communication Network The network used is a dual Local Area Network (LAN) connecting the operator. such as propulsion. This is achieved by the use of the trackball and buttons to point and click on symbols and menus. Operator Stations The operator stations are the main interface between the operator and the processes under the operator’s control. the bridge and the machinery control room. An operator station may also have the facility to print to the network colour printer. This also means that each station is capable of controlling any process. data server. The operator panel is used to interact with the display and control the process. Symbols The symbols indicate the operational mode and status of the represented equipment (motor / pump etc) by means of tag mark characters and changes in colour and appearance. The operator can select views with varying levels of detail. The operator station has a colour monitor. the system will therefore have number of views. The ICAS system is a machinery monitoring and control system which covers all the important plant on board the vessel.

1 Electric Equipment Room UPS UPS UPS UPS LC D2 0 LC D2 0 LC D2 0 LC D2 0 OP EP OP EP OP EP OP EP EW S EW S EW S EW S CC DS S B1S CC CC HDC1 B21 B11 CC CC B12 B22 CC B13 ALMPRM1 LOGPRM1 C/E Office U PS HUB3P HUB3Q HUBMPR1 LC D2 0 EW S Machinery Control Room U PS UPS UPS UPS MAIN BOILER CONTROL LC D2 0 LC D2 0 LC D2 0 LC D2 0 OP EP OP EP OP EP OP EP EW S EW S EW S EW S MC DS S B13 MC MC B12 MC B22 MAIN TURBINE CONTROL MC B23 HDC2 B11 MC B21 MC B3 ALMPRM1 LOGPRM1 HUB4P HUB4Q HUBMPR1 .8.1a Integrated Control and Automation System Overview Central Control Room No.

QWERTY keyboard that is located in a compartment under the operation panel. Track Ball Operation The trackball is used to position the cursor on the screen and the command that the cursor is placed in the view is executed by pressing the cursor click key put at the upper side of track ball... The key switch allows the user to select following three modes and the system privilege control. • Monitoring Menu This function button opens the menu for monitoring point management. The function buttons (F1 to F10) are user-definable. The screen displays the system views and the operation panel is used to interact with those views. CHANNEL DETAIL or CONTROL PARAMETER TUNING display is called on the system display window. 13. 6. The custom graphic display associated with the selected point is called on the custom graphic display area. • Control Menu This function button opens the menu for plant control operation. • Event Summary This function button calls EVENT SUMMARY on the alarm function window. the LED illuminates steadily. Operation Mode Control Operation mode of the system privilege is selected by the operation mode key switch or the user ID with password protection. Each button is labeled with the name of the view. 3. 7. Control Key Function Key Ten Key Alphabet/Display Select Key Custom Graphic Window Control Key Cursor Key Above each button is a red status LED. Alphanumeric Keyboard The alphanumeric keyboard is a standard. For a desktop operator station. the keyboard selection switch is a toggle switch located on the back of the operation panel. lamps and controls on the operation panel are divided into functional groups. 12. which will flash when any unacknowledged alarms are active in the view assigned to that button. display a new view or to act upon an element within a view. System Functions The functions composing the system are arranged on the hierarchical structure configurations and they are concentrated on the system display for human-machine interface for monitoring and operation of a target plant. If there are no active alarms in the view. system maintenance. 14. There are several different ways to navigate through the views of the ICAS system : • Using the views buttons on the operation panel • Using the previous view and next view buttons on the tool bar • Using the history function which records the last 20 screens viewed • Using the navigator • Using the context menu of a module Function Key Group This group contains FUNCTION and SUB FUNCTION buttons. The custom graphic display functions are assigned effectively for operation and those screens are called on Main Menu screen by click of button. 5. The layout of the pushbuttons. A keyboard selection switch is fitted to select the keyboard. Top Menu / Main Menu All operator stations have plant monitoring function for the cargo and machinery parts. When the keyboard is selected. • System Menu This function button opens the menu for system utility and engineering function. Control Key Group The buttons of this group are used to enter values into control panel and monitoring panel on the Graphic display. When all the active alarms in the view are acknowledged. The sub function buttons provide the following display operation. operation panel and alphanumeric keyboard or mouse device. SLOW SLOW FAST PANEL CLOSE 10 ON OFF TAB DETAIL CUSTUM GRAPHIC MONITOR MENU CONTROL MENU SYSTEM MENU ALARM SUMMARY EVENT SUMMARY 1 F8 F9 F10 2 CSR SET FOCUS 1 SELECT SHIFT F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 ALPHA GAPS Main Turbine M/T Remocon Elect Dist (HV) Elect Dist (LV) Gen Control Overview System Status 4 9 6 3 ENT DEL BS EXEC 5 6 7 8 A FD Fans B BMS Overview C ACC Overview D SH Steam E Aux Steam F Steam Dump G Exh Steam 7 4 1 0 8 5 2 .2 ICAS Operator Station Operations Operation Panel The system’s operator / user interface is the monitor screen. the LED will be off. Alphabet / Display Select Keys Group The buttons of the views group select and display the views representing the various process areas. 11. 9 CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS CAS • OPE (Operation) mode This mode covers normal operation of the plant monitoring and control. • SYS (System) mode This mode covers all system functions such as hardware setting. the buttons of the keypad group are disabled. as shown in Illustration “ICAS Operator Station Panel”. 8. 2. OPS Power Key Switch Operator Mode Key Switch Track Ball Cursor Click Key Execute Key Cancel Key Alarm Acknowledge Key Buzzer Stop Key 9. A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M A/M ENG OPE SYS PANEL CLOSE PANEL SELECT SHIFT SV REF V. CANCEL 2 SELECT H Boiler Level HP Feed I J LP Feed SW Circ K CCS FW L M Dist Plant N Fire Fight O SWAP Boiler FO FO P LO Q Gas R Fire S E/R Fan T U Vent ALARM ACK V CLOSE Air W Refrig X Miscellaneous Y Motor List Z Control Overview SPACE - 3 11 BZ STOP 14 13 12 ICAS Operator Station Panel 1. The operation panel is used to interact with the views on the screen. 10. • Custom Graphic This function button is active by selecting the monitoring or control point on the main display area of custom graphic. The most important and commonly used views are assigned to these buttons so that they are instantly accessible from the operation panel. and the monitoring system of each part is selected on TOP MENU. • ENG (Engineering) mode This mode covers OPE mode operation and engineering operation such as parameter and engineering function setting. The alphanumeric keyboard or a mouse device is used for set-up and maintenance purposes. when setting parameters or required levels. the user should press the appropriate button.8. • Alarm Summary This function button calls ALARM SUMMARY on the alarm function window. 4. . • Tag Detail This function button is active by selecting the monitoring or control point on the main display area of custom graphic. To display the views assigned to these buttons.

1) Custom Graphic Window Operation The custom graphic window is controlled by five custom graphic window control keys on the operation panel. EXECUTE WINDOW CLOSE BUTTON CLOSE . The focus condition varies by access to the displaying area of alarm / system function window. Alarm Function Window The alarm function window is opened for ALARM SUMMARY and EVENT SUMMARY functions. Title Area The title area displays the status of current screen being displayed as follows: TITLE BAR REPOSE STATUS MARK UNACKNOWLEDGED ALARM STATUS MARK INHIBIT STATUS MARK SCAN STOP STATUS MARK POP-UP DISPLAY TITLE LMT : 2008/11/06 14:15 UTC : 2008/11/06 05:15 ALARM STATUS (self-diagnosis) (Flicker : OPS normal. this area displays the buttons of eleven menus. 3. The contents of function buttons are arranged automatically in accordance with the type of current focused display window. Custom Graphic Window The custom graphic window is opened for custom graphic display and the same display function as the main display area is provided without control operation. MAIN DISPLAY AREA DETAIL a) Window Open A new custom graphic window and the graphic being requested are displayed by pressing either No. of which seven have context sensitive commands and five have fixed commands. Function Button Area This area displays 10 function buttons for basic display operation. System Function Window The system functions except the above functions are displayed on the system function window. c) Focus All system operations on the display are effective for focused display including the main display area. ALARM WINDOW AREA 5.2 WINDOW SELECT BUTTON DISPLAY SWAP BUTTON FUNCTION f1 SWAP TOP MENU f2 HISTORY f3 RETURN LAST SHEET UPPER SHEET PRE SHEET NEXT SHEET f4 f5 f6 f7 f8 DISPLAY SELECT f9 CANCEL f10 All system operations on the display are effective for focused display including the main display area. b) Window Close The window is closed by the close function button or close icon which is provided on all alarm / system function window. 2) Alarm / System Function Window Operation The alarm and the system function windows are controlled by he following operation. Maximum two windows are available for the custom graphic window at a time.1 WINDOW SELECT BUTTON No. c) Focus No. The focus condition of the main display area and the custom graphic window varies by the focus button. 1. Main Display Area An individual custom graphic for the monitoring and control operation is displayed and the plant monitoring and control are performed in this area. Alarm Window Area The latest two alarm message lines of ALARM SUMMARY are displayed in this area. Sub Function Button Area In addition to the function buttons. or the button on the custom graphic display. 2. a) Window Open Window Display Function 4. 1. One window display is available for the system function window. b) Window Close The selected custom graphic window is closed by pressing the window close button. M : Machinery) OPS NODE NAME * M M1 3. control or system menu on the operation panel. 4. 2. d) Minimize The minimize icon button is provided on all alarm / system function windows. Stop/No mark : OPS trouble) CURRENT MONITORING PART (C : Cargo. The display selection is executed with the following operation. TITLE AREA 5.2 window select button before change of display on the main display area. It minimizes the window to the window title bar. d) Display Swap The displayed custom graphic sheet and the selected custom graphic window are swapped by the swap button after selection of the custom graphic window. FOCUS 1 SELECT 2 SELECT WINDOW FOCUS BUTTON The alarm / system function window is opened by the sub function key of the monitoring. FUNCTION BUTTON AREA The following window display functions are provided in addition to the above basic display.1 or No. 3.8. SUB FUNCTION TAG CUSTOM GRAPHIC MONITORING MENU CONTROL MENU SYSTEM MENU ALARM SUMMARY EVENT SUMMARY AUTO ALARM DISPLAY TEST WINDOW RESET HARD COPY System Display Operation All system functions are integrated in the system display.2 ICAS Operator Station Operations Basic Display Format The basic display consists of five areas and each area has the following function. SUB FUNCTION BUTTON AREA 2. One window display is available for the alarm function window. HELP 1..

The alarm message line is inserted at the top of the alarm summary in alarm condition and it is erased automatically if the plant recovers in the normal condition. monitoring part either Cargo or Machinery. The associated display is called directly for input of display ID or tag number in the display ID input window. c) Alarm buzzer and acknowledge control d) Extension alarm control Alarm Summary ALARM SUMMARY gives user the current abnormal plant condition and displays the alarm point on the alarm summary list in time sequence. white for recovery). EVENT SUMMARY and TAG LIST are shifted one page upward. Both monitoring parts for Cargo and Machinery have independent system function structure. The display filtering function for GROUP ALARM SUMMARY sorts the alarm messages based on the selected monitoring group. The alarm message is printed out with an alarm mark “*” and under line. Alarm Management Function The alarm management function is composed of the following basic functions. • UPPER SHEET The display allocated to the upper stream in the hierarchical structure is recalled. Display Control Function The following event record sorting functions are provided for the event trace display. The associated display is called directly for input of display ID or tag number in the display ID input window. . • MAIN MENU MAIN MENU of the current monitoring custom graphic display is called directly. • HISTORY The last twenty displays which have been selected can be called again on the history list by HISTORY button. The maximum 2500 events x 100 files are available for the event trace display function. c) Display ID Input The display ID input window is displayed by the DISPLAY SELECT function on the displayed screen. The alarm summary is opened automatically if a new alarm is detected when AUTO ALARM MODE is set on the sub function button area. • PAGE UP The data on the displays of list style system such as ALARM SUMMARY. The command for printing out is executed on Printer Function Control Display by the user. The event massage data are stored in Data Server Station (DSS). The following items are displayed for an alarm message on the alarm summary. a) Selection by Basic Function and Function Buttons The system display is selected by the track ball operation to control the cursor pointer or the basic system function keys on the operation panel. e) Operation Panel The display can be called from ALPHABET/DISPLAY SELECT key on the operation panel as well. Alarm Window The latest two alarm messages of the selected monitoring part are displayed on ALARM WINDOW area on the top of screen. and the recovery message is with “RECOVERY” message. The last ten displays selected on the same window can be recalled and the history of the window is erased when the system window has closed. TOP MENU button is displayed only on the function button area in the main menu screen.8. channel detail and group alarm summary are displayed on the alarm summary by the display call function. b) Alarm suppress and scan stop functions • Alarm Repose: The repose function suppresses the alarm of monitoring points registered in the same repose group except range and I/O error detection. Alarm Demand Log The contents of the current alarm summary are printed out as ALARM DEMAND LOG from the alarm printer.2 ICAS Operator Station Operations 3) Display Select All CUSTOM GRAPHIC DISPLAY sheets are selected by the basic function of the display selection. a) Alarm detecting function for analogue and digital monitoring. • PRE SHEET The previous display in the same display group is recalled in turn. • LAST SHEET Each custom graphic and main menu window has the independent history storage function. • Scan Stop: The scan stop function suppresses all alarms and hold process data updating of each monitoring point individually. • TOP MENU TOP MENU of the system is called directly from MAIN MENU screen of the custom graphic display. Alarm / Recovery Log The messages of alarm events are printed out by the alarm printer. • RETURN The display sheet which called the present display sheet in the same window is recalled. Maximum 500 records are displayed (25 alarms per page) in turn from the latest. • NEXT SHEET The next display in the same display group is recalled. Event Trace Display The predetermined event messages are listed on EVENT TRACE DISPLAY. • PAGE DOWN The data on the displays of list style system are shifted one page downward. TOP MENU selects the b) Pop Up Menu The pop up menu is displayed by the POP UP button on the title area bar. The layout of EVENT SUMMARY is the same as ALARM SUMMARY. The system display is called by access to the touch target (sheet jump button) with the track ball. . Event Summary The events of alarming and recovering are listed on EVENT SUMMARY with colours (red for alarm. Maximum 500 message lines are displayed (25 alarms per page). Five buttons are arranged for calling the associated custom graphic sheet. • Alarm Repose: The alarm inhibit function suppresses the alarm of each monitoring point individually by user except range and I/O error detection. d) Display ID Input The display ID input window is displayed by the DISPLAY SELECT function on the displayed screen. • Date and time at detection of the alarm • Tag number (touch target) • Service name (touch target) • Monitoring group number (touch target) • Status of alarm • Current process value and status • Unit for analogue monitoring The associated custom graphic. The system display selection is available with the following functions.

. c) Analogue Meter Display The current process values are indicated on the analogue meter display with analogue meter elements in the system window. ALM RPS INH S/S SERVICE NAME & MONITORING TAG NO. such as Start / Stop and Auto / Manual mode selection of auxiliary machinery. Monitoring Point Management Function This function consists of the following three basic displays which are displayed hierarchically.2 ICAS Operator Station Operations a) Message Type Selection The messages are sorted out by the selection button on the system window. one is for digital monitoring and the other is for analogue. inhibit. The panel is operated by the control key on the operation panel. and the human-machine interface gives effective circumstance for the plant control operation. STATUS MARK (alarm. scan stop) ALARM STATUS PROCESS STATUS (signal status) 600C OUT TEMP. e) Repose Set and Status Display The current conditions of repose groups are shown by the following two categories. The buttons on the panel are operated by the track ball or the control key on the operation panel. repose. Two panel types are provided. • Analogue Control Panel The analogue control panel is used for analogue control loop such as temperature. Control Function The operator station (OPS) makes it for the user to control the machinery and tune the parameters of control processing through VDU operation. a) Monitoring Panel The plant condition is normally monitored by CUSTOM GRAPHIC DISPLY. b) Monitoring Group Display The information of monitoring which is necessary for the normal operation is displayed on this sheet and the details are called by clicking the service name. • Monitoring Group List • Monitoring Group Display • Channel Detail Display a) Monitoring Group List All monitoring points are classified as the several groups. The trend graph is called from the list. Information of the monitoring group is summarized on the monitoring group list and the details are displayed by clicking of the group name. I/O CHANNEL ASSIGNMENT MONITOR GROUP M41 I/O CHANNEL MONITORING GROUP NO. . b) Tug Number Selection There are following two styles to select the tag number.The setting of bar graph group is available on each operator panel individually Trend Graph Function The system gives two trend graph function types. . d) Free Monitoring Group Display User can make arbitrary monitoring groups on the display with the same display format and function as Monitoring Group Display. The user can make arbitrary bar graph groups by Bar Graph Display Function. a) Trend Group List All trend groups are listed as the display selection menu of the trend graph display. pressure and level control. The analogue control panel is composed of maximum ten elements as shown in the figure below. in which maximum eight analogue monitoring tags are registered. The monitoring panel is called from the custom graphic display when the details for monitoring point are requested. one is the real time trend graph and the other is long time trend graph. inhibit. STATUS MARK (alarm. one is for digital control and the other is for analogue. • Setting the tag number • Setting the wild card c) Even Message Line Search The event message lines are searched by means of a keyword. c) Channel Detail Display The information of monitoring point is detailed on this display. c) Trend Graph Set Display The user can layout arbitrary trend groups on the trend group set display of each operator station b) Control Panel There are two types of the control panel. one for analogue monitoring point and the other for digital. • Digital Control Panel The digital control panel is used for the control. b) Bar Graph Display The current process values are indicated on the bar graph display with bar graph elements. in which maximum ten analogue monitoring tags are registered. Two display types are provided. scan stop) PROCESS VALUE ALARM STATUS 100% PROCESS VALUE NORMAL OPEN I/O ERR 400 LOW ℃ OPEN CLOSE INTERMED INTERMED ASSOCIATED SIGNAL STATUS I NDICATOR (individual signal condition indication) PROCESS VALUE & ALARM SET POINT (bar graph indication) MONITOR GROUP 0C 0% M44 I/O CHANNEL MONITORING GROUP NO. repose. b) Trend Graph Display The trend graph display indicates process data of analogue monitoring with plotted graph. The function provides maximum twenty bar graph groups. The function provides maximum twenty bar graph groups.8. The digital control panel is composed of maximum ten elements as shown in the figure below. • Custom Graphic Display • Bar Graph Display • Analogue Meter Display a) Custom Graphic Display The custom graphic display can be designed arbitrarily by combination of the basic display elements. The user can make arbitrary analogue meter groups by Analogue Meter Display Function. I/O CHANNEL ASSIGNMENT CHANNEL DETAIL DISPLAY CALL BUTTON M21-01-07 CHANNELDETAIL CHANNELDETAIL CHANNEL DETAIL DISPLAY CALL BUTTON DIGITAL MONITORING PANEL ANALOGUE MONITORING PANEL . The change or adjustment of alarm management parameter can be done on these displays. • Auto repose by external signal condition • Manual repose by manual set on operator station Graphic Display Function The system gives human interface for monitoring and control by the following graphic display function. The free monitoring group display function provides ten display sheets (20 lines x 10 pages) and the tag number for them is set from each operator station. and the monitoring panel calls CHANNEL DETAIL DISPLAY for alarm parameter setting operation.The setting of bar graph group is available on each operator panel individually. M034VPA EDSHTR DUMP STM IN VV ALM RPS INH S/S MTIST621B 2B SHTR SERVICE NAME & MONITORING TAG NO.

This function has maximum 50 free groups. d) Printer Function Display The system provides the following printer functions and they are managed on the printer function control display. 2) Noon Report Log of the Last Data The last day’s noon report log data are stored in the system and they can be printed out again on the same format of Noon Report Log. The control parameters are listed on the display and they can be accessed from this display exclusively. 0:00. 20:00.0 b) Tag List Display All tags being registered in the system are displayed on the tag list display and related channel detail display for the monitoring tags and control parameter tuning display for control tags are called from this display directly.0 mm mm % The details of information in the control loop are shown on the control parameter tuning display in the system window. The current system conditions are displayed on the system status display and the user can get the information at the system abnormal condition. .5 100. PV and MV • Current value for SV. The following items are displayed. 【Logging Function】 1) Noon Report Log The predetermined process data are collected at 16:00. The relevant control group display. a) System Status Display The system is composed of various kinds of system components being connected by the network system.2 ICAS Operator Station Operations f) Control Parameter Tuning Display MEISB321C_C1 T1 ACB CONTROL OPE PV SV MV 260. The control panel is called on the main display area by clicking the control panel calling box which is assigned on the target equipment such as auxiliary machinery and control valve on the control display on the main display area.0 % CASCADE AUTO MANUSL RTN PRE NEXT CH DTL RTN PRE NEXT CH DTL PRE TUNE PRE TUNE CONTROL STATUS INDICATION CASCADE MODE SELECT BUTTON AUTO/MANUAL MODE SELECT BUTTON DISPLAY CONTROL FUNCTION BUTTON DIGITAL CONTROL PANEL ANALOGUE CONTROL PANEL c) Control Display The plant control operation is done by the monitoring / control panel. PV and MV • Attribute data of control program • Control parameters (indication and setting) g) Control Parameter List The control parameter list is provided in addition to the channel detail display and the control parameter tuning display which access to the system parameters for monitoring and control function. • Tag number and service name • Trend graph for SV. control panel and monitoring panel can be called from this display. 4) Periodical Report Log 5) Alarm Parameter List 6) Control Parameter List 【Printer Control】 The printer management functions are provided on the printer function control display for control of the above printer operations. a) b) c) d) Parameter Management Display Program Management Display Logic Program Monitoring Display System Maintenance Function MLCW811_C1 1ST FW HTR LEVEL CONT OPE CONTROL TAG NO. • OPS status (overview) • OPS status (details) • Printer status • PCS status • Network status (Unit network) • Network status (Local bus network) • IOS status • I/O board status • GWC status • GWC communication status • DSS status • System power source status • Console and system cabinet status DISCORD ALARM NORMAL NOT AVAIL CLOSE INTERMED OPEN CONT OFF 06 0. Additionally.0 DATA INDICATOR -200. The monitoring panel is called on the main display area by clicking the process data indicator on the custom graphic display. The maximum two panels can be displayed simultaneously on the control display.0 mm 0.0 50. 4:00. d) Control Group Display (8 Loop Control Display) The control group display is a specialized display for the plant control purpose. The monitoring / control panel call function is not provided is called on the main display area by clicking the process data indicator on the custom graphic display. The following functions are provided for the tag number selection. h) Control Overview Display The summarized information of analogue control panel and monitoring panel is displayed on the control overview display. monitoring panel is at the left and the control panel is the right side. CONTROL SERVICE NAME PROCESS VALUE SET VALUE MANIPULATE VALUE -50 -25 68. The maximum eight control panels and monitoring panels are distributed on one control group display. e) Free Control Group Display The user can make arbitrary control group with the free control group function. The following displays and functions are provided for the system utility and engineering function besides the above.0 08 -300. All collected data are automatically printed out at 12:00 on the format with the logging printer. The free control group is set on each operation station. The display makes it possible to start or stop the auxiliary machinery or to control the valve by the track ball or the operation panel keys. the change or adjustment of control parameters of each loop is available on the display. 8:00 and 12:00 everyday based on LMT. The system provides the following status monitoring function.8. • Tag type selection (monitoring and control) • Tag number set (tag number input) • Wild card set (tag number input with wild card) • Keyword search c) System Clock Adjustment Display Two system clocks of UTC and LMT for system function are managed on the system clock adjusting display. in which the maximum 8 control panels and monitoring panels can be registered. All system components are monitored by means of the system diagnosis function. 3) Demand Log The instantaneous data at the demand requested time and the latest 5 samples of noon report log data are printed out on the format from the logging printer. System Utility and Engineering Function The System Utility and Engineering Function is called on the system window and the custom graphic display This function allows the user to carry out the system operation such as system maintenance through VDU.

No.2 Boiler ACC Overview 2/2 14. Main Turbine Remote Control Overview 6. Boiler Condition Overview 10. Main Turbine Bearings 3. Sea Water Service 3. No. Main Turbine Remote Control Monitoring Steam Piping System 1. Ship Side Valve 4.O. Boiler Trip and BMS Fatal Condition 8. No. Motor List . Custom Graphic Main Menu Machinery Overview Main Turbine 1. No. Sea Water Circulation System 2. Stern Tube L.1 Turbine Generator 6. Main Turbine Trip & Auto Slow Down 5. Blackout Recovery Sea & Fresh Water Piping System 1.2 Boiler F.O. System 2.1 Diesel Generator 8. Supply Piping System 1. Electric Distribution (High Volt) 2.3 Graphic Displays The following custom graphics are available. Purifier and Transfer 3. Main Condenser 4. No. Compressed Air System 4.1 Boiler F. Bilge / Waste Oil and Sewage 9. Soot Blower 4. & L. No. Ventilation 3. Superheated Steam 2. FD Fans and Air Heaters 3. Supply Power Management System 1. Auxiliary Steam 3. Fire Fighting Sea Water Miscellaneous 1. E/R Gas and Fire Fighting 2. Steam Dump 5.O. No.1 Boiler BMS Overview 6. Emergency Generator 10.O. No. Generator Control F. CCS Fresh Water Service 5.1 Boiler ACC Overview 2/2 12.2 Turbine Generator 7.O. Piping System 1.1 Boiler ACC Overview 1/2 11. 1. System 4. Distilled Water Plant 7.O. Steering Gear and Miscellaneous Motor List 1. Boiler Sub Menu 2. No. HP Feed System 3.O.0MPa Auxiliary Steam 4. Refr1gerator and Air Conditioner 5. Domestic Water Service 8. ACC Signal Monitor Boiler Feed Piping System 1. No. Insulation and UPS Status 11. LP Feed System Fire Fighting System 1. Exhaust and Gland Exhaust Steam Boiler F.O. No.8. ACC Overview 9. L.2 Boiler BMS Overview 7. F. No. E/R Vent Fan 2.2 Boiler ACC Overview 1/2 13.2 Diesel Generator Main Boiler 1. Boiler Level 2. Frequency Control Sensor Select 5. Supply 2. Fire Detector 9. D/G Cooling Line 6.O. BMS Overview 5. Filling and Transfer 2. Main Turbine L. Electric Distribution (Low Volt) 3.

Custom Graphic Main Menu 1 MACHINERY 02 OVERVIEW 11 9 21 20 ELECTRIC BLR SUB MENU DIST(HV) 3 12 10 22 21 31 23 33 M/T LO FD FAN & BMS ELECTRIC SYSTEM AIR HTR OVERVIEW DIST(LV) 4 13 11 23 22 32 24 34 M/T GENERATOR NO1 SOOT BLOWER BEARING CONTROL BLR BMS 5 12 25 14 24 35 FREQ CONT MAIN NO2 CONDENSER BLR BMS SENSOR SEL 6 26 15 13 25 36 NO1 BLR TRIP M/T TRIP & T/G &BMS COND SLOW DOWN 7 16 14 26 NO2 M/T T/G REM-CONT 8 17 15 27 REM-CONT NO1 SYS D/G MONITOR MAIN TURBINE 16 2 30 34 41 39 SH STEAM BLR LEVEL 27 28 NO2 D/G 3A 35 42 40 AUXILIARY HP FEED STEAM SYSTEM 28 3B 36 43 41 BLR COND LP FEED 1.0MPaG OVERVIEW SYSTEM AUX STEAM 29 37 3C 44 NO1 BLR STEAM DUMP ACC(1/2) 30 3D 38 45 EXH & NO1 BLR GLAND EXH ACC(2/2) STEAM 31 3E NO2 BLR ACC(1/2) 32 3F NO2 BLR ACC(2/2) 33 3G ACC OVERVIEW ACC SIGNAL MONITOR 51 42 61 SEA WATER CIRC SYS 52 43 62 SEA WATER SERVICE 53 44 63 SHIP'S SIDE VV 45 64 CCS FW SERVICE 46 65 D/G COOL LINE 47 66 DIST WATER PLANT 71 53 81 56 91 58 A1 E/R GAS & FO FILL & E/R VENT FIRE FIGHT FAN TRANSFER 52 72 54 82 57 92 59 A2 NO2 BLR LO PURIF& FIRE VENTILATION DETECT FO SUPPLY TRANSFER 55 60 83 A3 S/T LO COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM SYSTEM 61 A4 REF & AIR COND A5 62 STEERING GEAR&MISC 51 66 M1 NO1 BLR FO SUPPLY MOTOR LIST(1/15) 67 M2 MOTOR LIST(2/15) 68 M3 MOTOR LIST(3/15) 69 M4 M5 MOTOR LIST(4/15) 70 MOTOR LIST(5/15) 71 M6 MOTOR LIST(6/15) 72 67 DOMESTIC WATER SERV 49 68 BILGE/WO & SEWAGE 50 69 FIRE FIGHT SEA WATER 48 M7 MOTOR LIST(7/15) 73 M8 MOTOR LIST(8/15) 74 17 29 E/G M9 MOTOR LIST(9/15) 75 18 2A 2B MA MB MC MD INS & UPS STATUS 19 MOTOR LIST(10/15) 76 BLACK OUT RECOVERY MOTOR LIST(11/15) 77 MOTOR LIST(12/15) 78 MOTOR LIST(13/15) 79 ME MF MOTOR LIST(14/15) 80 MOTOR LIST(15/15) MAIN TURBINE 81 ELECTRIC 82 83 BOILER 84 STEAM 85 FEED SYSTEM 86 WATER SYSTEM FO & GAS SYSTEM 87 FO GO & LO SYSTEM 88 SAFETY SYSTEM 89 MISCELLA -NEOUS 90 91 MOTOR LIST GM01 CUSTOM GRAPHIC MAIN MENU 4-2-1 .

0 MPa 35 34 17 16 33 212 BOILER 0C (GM30) No1 BLR Trip Boiler Deaerator 27 209 HP FEED SYSTEM 37 0 C 2 12 1 FDW PP 6 Steam 44 MAIN TURBINE 213 SH STEAM 211 0 mm 22 (GM52) 0.0 MPa 1 28 0 kPa 0 mm 24 23 (GM53) Drain PP 3 2 1 40 201 WATER SYSTEM FO & GAS SYSTEM 202 FO GO & LO SYSTEM M/T Trip 203 SAFETY SYSTEM 204 MISCELLA -NEOUS 205 MOTOR LIST1 206 ATMOS DRAIN TK 8 0 mm 207 CONT OVERVIEW 3 GM02 MACHINERY OVERVIEW 4-2-2 S2229/30 .0 % 0.Machinery Overview 208 ELECTRIC PORT STBD 29 No2 T/G No2 D/G (GM21) No1 D/G 9 No1 T/G No2 No1 FG 38 0 kW 30 0A 0 0 ACC Master 26 25 0 kW 21 0A HVMSB2 20 0 kW 18 14 0A MSB1 10 4 0 kW 2 0A 1 0 41 (kg/h) ACC Master 0.0 MPa No2 BLR Trip 49 43 48 47 0 42 FO 39 19 15 5 0.0 knot 0 kW 0 rpm 46 45 (GM11) (GM41) L/P 32 31 R/G H/P 36 Conds PP Main Condenser 210 LP FEED SYSTEM 13 11 7 2 0.0 % 0.

00 MPa 103 1st Stage STM 0 C 99 0.00 MPa 17 11 10 82 69 Emerg Shut 100 (GM14) 2nd Bleed VV 218 AUX STEAM 71 0.00 MPa 64 51 63 57 ( G M 1 6 ) 46 0 Rev SCOOP SYSTEM x10 M 47 0 % 0 % 43 212 AUX STEAM 44 M HP T VIB & POS Pos 88 PosH HP Turbine Out In 78 94 216 65 66 (GM42) A 30 * 104 0 C 26 Off 14 (GM61) No2 Main Conds Pump No1 12 22 15 D D R 23 208 0.0 MPa 98 58 0 % AHD NZ VV 0.00 kPa 9 8 0.0 MPa 101 96 0.0 % 206 (GM41) R 19 (GM16) 207 CONT OVERVIEW M/T REM-CONT REM-CONT SYS MONITOR GM11 MAIN TURBINE 4-2-3 S2229/30 .0 MPa 50 * AST Guard VV 42 * Gov A 41 AST M VV 35 General M a i n T u r b i n e R u n h o u r 0.00 MPa 0 C 70 0.00 MPa 0.0 MPa A 97 1st Bleed VV M/T LO SYSTEM 201 M/T BEARING 202 MAIN CONDENSER 203 M/T TRIP & SLOW DOWN 204 0.00 MPa LP T VIB & POS Pos 83 PosH 3rd Bleed VV 68 0.0 C 0.0 mm 0 % 29 28 Stop 1 2 * A 45 0 h 3 0.Main Turbine 217 (GM53) 0 C 67 55 0 C 56 1st FDW HTR 0.0 MPa AHD Stop 0 C 95 205 62 M/C SW In Temp M/C SW Out Temp 214 SH STEAM 0.00 mm Vib 89 77 0 C 0 C MCGP1 HP 1st STG Drain VV 52 31 48 * 53 A VAH 0 µm 102 Main Condenser 38 0 kPa 39 AST Manoeuv Drain VV 209 LP FEED SYSTEM 0 C 32 R 16 (GM53) A 59 93 LO System LO Filter Diff Press 0.0 C 0.00 mm Vib 84 72 LP FEED SYSTEM 211 Ship' Speed Shaft Power Torque Shaft Revolution Rev Counter Scoop System 0 knt 4 LP Turbine VAH AST T AST Water Spray VV * M a r k e d REM-CONT (GM53) V V 215 37 0 kW 5 73 A Water Spray VV 36 0 kNm 0 rpm 7 6 0 µm 0.0 C Control Oil Cont Oil Press DPAH 24 18 No1 13 27 No2 D D R 25 Drain VV 34 0.0 MPa 210 REM-CONT CONTROL 0.0 mm Gov * * 54 A 49 61 60 213 0 mm MAIN CONDENSER 40 LO In Temp LO In Press 33 0.

0 C 30 0.0 % 0.0 C M 0.0 C 29 R/G C Main LO PP P Filter 32 DPAH Lock No2 35 Aux LO PP 26 24 20 17 No1 34 Lock PP No 13 ASS Function ASS Mode Set ASS Status 9 6 ASS by ACO Function ACO Mode Set 4 ACO Status Shaft Rev D R 28 33 25 D R 21 2 1 No2 PP ASS No1 PP ASS No2 ASS-Off No1 ASS-Off 0 rpm LO P Low 2 ACO ACO-Off 14 10 7 0 C 0 mm 27 Off LO SUMP TK 201 MAIN TURBINE M/T BEARING 202 MAIN CONDENSER 203 M/T TRIP & SLOW DOWN 208 LO PURIF SYSTEM 205 M/T REM-CONT REM-CONT SYS MONITOR 206 CONT OVERVIEW (GM82) 207 204 GM12 M/T LO SYSTEM 4-2-4 S2229/30 .O.00 kPa 18 15 LO CLR No2 PAL Steady BRG 3 2 1 LP Turbine Astern Turbine HP Turbine No1 0.Main Turbine L.00 kPa C 0.0 31 0. System E/R Oil Mist Detect System LO GRAVITY TK 23 37 LAL Normal 36 High Auto Back-Wash Filter 0.0 19 11 8 1 5 3 0.

0 C PosH Astern Turbine J K Pos 31 0.0 C H 0.0 C 0.0 C P Q 0 µm 29 L K J I R S 0.0 C 17 0.00 mm U T S 16 7 2 L M N O 0.0 C Reduction Gear 13 0.0 C 12 T U 201 MAIN TURBINE M/T LO SYSTEM 202 MAIN CONDENSER 203 M/T TRIP & SLOW DOWN 204 M/T REM-CONT 205 REM-CONT SYS MONITOR 206 GM13 M/T BEARING 4-2-5 S2229/30 .0 C 0.0 C G 11 0.0 C N 15 0.0 C 0.0 C 27 21 0.0 C VAH 25 0.0 C 22 19 0.0 C R/G Vib 0.0 C 0.0 C LP Turbine 6 F G M D 10 F E H I Main Thrust Bearing 30 0.0 C B A 3 C HP Turbine R/G Vib 0.0 C 0 µm 28 VAH 23 R Q P O 9 1 E 0.0 C 20 18 14 8 A B C D HP Turbine Thrust Bearing HP Turbine Forward Bearing HP Turbine Aft Bearing LP Turbine Thrust Bearing LP Turbine Forward Bearing LP Turbine Aft Bearing HP 1st Pinion Forward Bearing HP 1st Pinion Aft Bearing HP 1st Wheel Forward Bearing HP 1st Wheel Aft Bearing HP 2nd Pinion Forward Bearing HP 2nd Pinion Aft Bearing LP 1st Pinion Forward Bearing LP 1st Pinion Aft Bearing LP 1st Wheel Forward Bearing LP 1st Wheel Aft Bearing LP 2nd Pinion Forward Bearing LP 2nd Pinion Aft Bearing 2nd Wheel Forward Bearing 2nd Wheel Aft Bearing Main Turbine Thrust Bearing 207 CONT OVERVIEW 0.Main Turbine Bearing 0.0 C 0.

Main Condenser S T M D u m p V V 212 33 STEAM DUMP 29 11 25 209 M/T REM-CONT LP FEED SYSTEM 208 0.0 % A (GM16) M F Water Spray VV 16 3 (GM53) (GM44) Aux Condenser EXH STM 31 34 32 0.0 C 17 ACO E No1 Lock 42 ACO-Off 10 40 18 D R (GM53) 201 MAIN TURBINE M/T LO SYSTEM 202 M/T BEARING 203 M/T TRIP & SLOW DOWN 204 M/T REM-CONT 205 REM-CONT SYS MONITOR 206 41 207 CONT OVERVIEW GM14 MAIN CONDENSER 4-2-6 S2229/30 .00 MPa 0.0 C 0.0 % 213 EXH STEAM DUMP B 210 AUX CONDENSER (GM42) Main Condenser B A/S G 12 M 4 0 kPa (GM45) 26 C 211 24 23 21 22 0 C 19 C D G E M/C Level Control VV 214 NO2 T/G EXH (GM26) AUX CONDENSER 0 mm 0 mm 20 Dump STM Box Main Conds PP 5 No2 D R H 13 7 6 1 2 F A PAL PAL D (GM45) 27 215 NO1 T/G EXH C H (GM25) R No115 Main Conds Vac PP 35 9 D No2 Lock 39 37 8 43 44 38 PAL PAL ATMOS DRAIN TK 216 1ST FDW HTR R 36 30 28 M/C SW In Temp D M/C SW Out Temp 0.

Main Turbine Trip & Slow Down 12 13 14 15 EMCY TRIP Manual Trip Over Speed 11 PRE-WARNING 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 SLOW DOWN 1 PRE-WARNING BLR Steam Drum Level H BLR Steam Drum Level L Main Steam Press L Main Steam Temp H Main Condenser Vacuum L S/T BRG Temp H One BLR Trip Main Condenser Level H SLOW DOWN REQUEST HP Rotor Excess Vib LP Rotor Excess Vib HP Rotor Axis Excess Pos LP Rotor Axis Excess Pos LO Press LL Cont Oil Press LL Main Condenser Vacuum LL Both BLR Trip BLR Steam Drum Level HH Main Condenser Level HH Auto Spin Over Speed Turning Gear Not Disengage Safety System Power Failure LP Turbine 16 17 Reduction Gear Astern Turbine 18 19 20 22 HP Turbine 23 24 25 26 27 28 31 Main Condenser Level H (Astern) Trip Bypass 30 Auto Slow Down Bypass 29 Normal Normal 201 MAIN TURBINE M/T LO SYSTEM 202 M/T BEARING 203 MAIN CONDENSER 204 M/T REM-CONT 205 REM-CONT SYS MONITOR 206 CONT OVERVIEW 207 GM15 M/T TRIP & AUTO SLOW DOWN 4-2-7 S2229/30 .

0 % 23 CPU(A) 21 CPU STATUS PCST1ASER 8 PCST1 208 62 Lever 58 Stop 52 45 RPM Control RPM Cont By-Pass 42 43 Lower 28 29 AHD Gov Upper LMT AHD Gov Lower LMT Rem-Cont Trouble CPU(B) PCST1BSER 9 CCR Off 46 Lower (GMS4) 33 27 M/T PLANT CONDITION 0.0 mm 34 M/T Inlet STM Press Temp AST AST 47 48 Guard VV 0.0 rpm 82 83 Plant Mode Program Control Maneuv Off Off 2 3 Not W/H Cont W/H 57 51 0.0 MPa 0 C 12 11 10 SUB TELG 76 59 Guard VV Abnormal Water Spray VV Open Raise 36 37 AST Gov Lower LMT AST Gov Upper LMT M/S CONTROL OIL Cont Oil Press DPAH 0.0 rpm 24 Control Cont Pos Lever Pos Shaft Rev Governor/VV Lift and Control Mode No1 Rev Raise No2 Rev 31 0.Main Turbine Remo-Con Overview PROPULSION CONTROL SEQUENCE Telegraph NAV FULL A H E A D FULL HALF SLOW DEAD SLOW STOP DEAD SLOW A S T E R N SLOW HALF FULL CRASH ASTERN 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 63 84 56 CONTROL CONDITION 0.0 rpm Nozzle VV 4 AHD AHD Gov 30 Over Speed Preventer 0.0 % Manoeuvre VV 25 Direct Control MCR 53 Gov 35 0.0 MPa 6 14 1 5 AUTO SPINNING AHD Raise 60 49 M/T TRIP & S/DOWN 22 No2 19 Cont Oil PP 15 No1 AHD Lower Turning 54 38 M/T Trip M/T Trip By-Pass M/T Auto Slow Down M/T Auto Slow Down By-Pass 209 18 M/T TRIP & SLOW DOWN D R 20 Lock 79 D R 7 78 ACO 16 17 ACO-Off PAL PAL Bypass 77 Start 75 Shaft Stop 44 39 40 41 Lock Auto Spin Fail 61 TURNING GEAR Engaged Raise AST 201 MAIN TURBINE M/T LO SYSTEM 202 M/T BEARING 203 MAIN CONDENSER 55 50 Lower AST 205 M/T TRIP & SLOW DOWN REM-CONT SYS MONITOR 206 (GM15) 204 Lock 81 80 Turning Gear Motor 207 CONT OVERVIEW GM16 REM-CONT SYSTEM OVERVIEW 4-2-8 S2229/30 .0 mm 32 26 0.

etc Gov Motor Control VV Cont Location Unit Direct Control Cont Location Safety System Miscellaneous (Switch Signal.Main Turbine Remo-Con System Monitor MAIN TURBINE REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM MONITORING System Status & Abnormal 36 55 Power Source Diagram in MCB3 Incom UPS1 (AC100V) UPS2 19 9 208 PCST1 M/T Rem-Cont Trouble 54 Lever Cont A B No1 No2 No3 No4 No5 Direct Cont 24 37 38 25 26 27 50 Safety System AC/DC AC/DC 20 CPU PCST1ASER PCST1BSER DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) W/H Lever (Digital) W/H Lever (Analog) CCR Lever (Digital) CCR Lever (Analog) AC/DC AC/DC 10 1 (GMS4) Signal Converter 11 12 2 39 40 41 51 52 Control Lever Off 13 4 56 57 5 3 MCR Lever (Digital) MCR Lever (Analog) Fan.etc) Lamps 28 29 30 31 32 53 42 AHD VV Position AST VV Position Shaft RPM Signal Main Steam Signal AST Water Spray VV Cont Location Unit Fail 17 43 44 45 46 47 I/O No6 SLOT No7 No8 No9 No10 No11 No12 No13 No14 201 MAIN TURBINE DI(ON/OFF) DO(RY) DO(RY) AI(4-20) AI(RTD-N) AO(4-20) Others 33 AC/DC AC/DC AC/DC AC/DC 58 48 49 Over Speed Preventer Unit Fail Shaft Stop too Long M/T Wrong Way 23 18 6 7 34 35 M/T REM-CONT ALARM RESET Reset Incom IBSST (AC100V) 205 206 M/T REM-CONT 8 Telegraph 202 M/T LO SYSTEM M/T BEARING 203 MAIN CONDENSER 204 M/T TRIP & SLOW DOWN 207 CONT OVERVIEW GM17 M/T REMOTE CONTROL SYS MONITORING 4-2-9 S2229/30 .

00 Hz HVMSB2 117 135 120 124 HVMSB1 33 30 No Volt TRM2 R 111 112 93 Short Cir MC2 R 91 83 0 A Short Cir Ring Main 0 A 50 43 Short Cir MC1 R 37 No Volt TRM1 14 9 128 133 99 129 R D 0 A D D 34 0 A 15 D 10 U V W 0 C 0 C 0 C U 94 134 100 0 C 0 C 0 C PT100 Fail 3 2 1 125 126 CM2 R 92 38 137 132 CM1 R 136 35 130 V 36 W 5 PT100 Fail D 121 0 A BTC2 71 57 BTC1 0 A 131 25 51 44 45 D TM2 R 122 113 118 HVCSB2 110 Pref Trip-B 88 Pref Trip-C 89 0 A 78 75 D R 72 R 61 D 58 0 A 59 HVCSB1 Pref Trip-B Pref Trip-C TM1 16 11 R D 12 D BT-LM2 73 119 BT-LM1 6 0 V 201 ELECTRIC DIST(LV) GENERATOR CONTROL 202 LVMSB2 No Volt 102 203 127 LVMSB1 32 76 204 NO1 T/G NO2 T/G 205 NO1 D/G D 206 R 74 R 62 207 D No Volt 210 60 208 E/G INS & UPS STATUS 209 BLACK OUT RECOVERY 0 V 211 CONT OVERVIEW 13 FREQ CONTROL SENSOR SELECT NO2 D/G GM21 ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTION(HIGH VOLT) 4-2-10 S2229/30 .00 PF 41 42 29 28 27 18 26 21 D 105 0 A 0.00 PF 106 97 96 D 80 0 A 0.00 Hz D 109 COS-G ICAS 123 98 82 D BT2 77 69 70 BT1 D 56 49 COS-G ICAS 4 D 24 0.HV Power Distribution NO2 T/G 103 Auto Run 84 NO2 D/G 79 NO1 D/G 39 Auto Run NO1 T/G 0 kW 104 95 0 kW 85 63 0 kW 0 A 53 40 52 46 0 kW 0 A 0.00 PF Off STBY DG1 55 54 D 47 D 22 Off STBY DG2 67 48 0 V 115 116 107 108 TG2 90 86 87 TG1 23 19 20 Total Black Out 68 0 V 8 7 0.00 PF 66 81 65 64 0.

LV Power Distribution 0 A BT2 59 47 36 30 BT1 0 A 25 1 23 HVMSB2 No Volt 64 HVMSB1 14 No Volt TRM1 8 74 62 TRM2 R 57 48 31 32 Total Black Out Ring Main 5 13 D 70 R D 10 2 U V W PT100 Fail 0 C 0 C 0 C 73 63 0 A 0 A U V W 0 C 66 67 71 0 C 0 C 69 68 72 TM2 D 60 TM1 58 9 6 PT100 Fail R R D 3 BT-LM2 33 61 50 51 52 BT-LM1 26 4 0 V LVMSB2 65 No Volt Pref Trip-A Pref Trip-B 40 LVMSB1 15 16 35 39 D R 34 R 28 D 27 D LE2 R 37 LE1 R 24 21 17 No Volt Pref Trip-A Pref Trip-B 0 V 7 D 20 E/G 45 54 55 41 Auto Run 76 75 0 kW Off EG 46 43 42 SC 77 0 A Ship to Ship 12 BT-EL2 DISCONN ESB 44 56 78 205 NO2 T/G NO1 D/G 29 22 BT-EL1 SC 19 38 ESB Pref Trip 206 NO2 D/G 207 E/G 208 INS & UPS STATUS 209 BLACK OUT RECOVERY 210 CONT OVERVIEW 211 No Volt 204 201 ELECTRIC DIST(HV) GENERATOR CONTROL 202 FREQ CONTROL SENSOR SELECT 203 NO1 T/G GM22 ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTION(LOW VOLT) 4-2-11 S2229/30 .

0 Hz 0 V 0 A 0.00 PF 84 75 0 Load(%) 0 kW 0.00 PF 20 13 79 68 0 kW 0.00 PF 37 26 0 Load(%) 0 kW 0.Generator Control NO2 T/G 76 Auto Run 63 51 62 NO2 D/G 56 44 NO1 D/G 38 21 22 Auto Run 39 NO1 T/G 5 10 STBY Off 57 STBY-SEL 45 STBY 27 Off Full Auto 23 28 Trip 89 85 Full Auto 64 2-1 46 Trip 2 D 86 87 58 D Pref Trip 47 D 29 D 6 7 24 25 59 On DG2 DG1 48 90 91 TG2 D 88 74 65 66 TG1 11 3 4 COS-G HVMSB2 92 77 ICAS D 60 BT2 52 53 49 Total Black Out BT1 41 D 30 COS-G 1 ICAS HVMSB1 12 D 8 No Volt Short Cir Short Cir 40 Short Cir No Volt Load Share Fail NO2 T/G 78 NO2 D/G 67 NO1 D/G HVMSB2 54 NO1 T/G 14 9 0 Load(%) 0 kW 0.00 PF 73 61 HVMSB1 42 31 0 Load(%) 0 kW 0.0 Hz 0 V 0 A 0.0 Hz 0 V 0 kW 0.0 Hz 0 V 0 A 0.0 Hz 0 V 32 15 80 69 55 43 33 16 81 70 94 93 34 17 82 71 TOTAL LOAD 0 kW 50 35 18 83 72 36 19 AFC 201 ELECTRIC DIST(HV) ELECTRIC DIST(LV) 202 ALC 203 AFC 204 NO1 T/G ALC 205 NO2 T/G NO1 D/G PMS FUNCTION 206 NO2 D/G 207 E/G 208 AFC 209 INS & UPS STATUS ALC 210 BLACK OUT RECOVERY AFC ALC 211 CONT OVERVIEW FREQ CONTROL SENSOR SELECT GM23 GENERATOR CONTROL 4-2-12 S2229/30 .0 Hz 0 V 0 A 0.

0 0.0 0.0 210 Close NO1 D/G NO2 D/G NO2 T/G 44 37 45 38 46 39 201 ELECTRIC DIST(HV) ELECTRIC DIST(LV) 202 GENERATOR CONTROL 203 NO1 T/G 204 NO2 T/G 207 NO2 D/G : Selected CONT OVERVIEW 211 NO1 D/G INS & UPS STATUS BLACK OUT RECOVERY GM24 FREQ CONTROL SENSOR SELECT 4-2-13 S2229/30 .0 Hz HVMSB2 51 HVMSB1 35 26 5 0.0 0.0 0.0 209 0.0 Hz BUS TIE CONDITION GEN NO1 T/G 52 43 0.0 Hz MODE SELECT HVMSB2 (Hz) 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 HVMSB1 (Hz) 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 GEN (Hz) 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 SET SET SET SET 205 36 Auto Auto Auto Auto 206 0.Frequency Control Sensor Selection 48 40 23 2 TG2 AFC NO2 T/G DG2 AFC NO2 D/G DG1 AFC NO1 D/G TG1 AFC NO1 T/G 49 41 24 14 3 1 4 0.0 0.0 Hz 0.0 0.0 Hz 47 42 25 0.0 0.0 0.0 208 E/G 0.0 0.0 Hz 53 50 0.

00 kPa 38 37 MCGP3-1 0 C 12 0 C 3 DPAH 0.00 kPa 0.0 % 217 AUX STEAM LINE 50 48 0.0 C FW Leak 0 C 6 CCS FW COOLING 0 kPa 34 0 C PAH 33 0 C 28 25 Stator Coil 0 C W 0 C 18 7 10 U V W 0 C 11 0 C 216 47 0.00 mm 0 hour 32 0 kW 52 PosH Pos 44 45 0 C 1st Stage 42 PAL 0 C P 0 C 0 C 19 Air CLR 8 (GM64) 212 0.No.00 MPa 36 46 Air 9 0.0 % 40 39 35 M 49 M Spill Lock No1 T/G Main LO PP P Lock 56 Receiver Make Up 41 57 218 (GM42) No1 T/G LO Prim PP 16 14 D R 17 15 LO CLR ASS ASS-Off A S S S 55 n s o r S t a t 53 s e u EXH STEAM (GM45) NO1 T/G LO SUMP TK 201 ELECTRIC DIST(HV) ELECTRIC DIST(LV) 202 GENERATOR CONTROL 203 FREQ CONTROL SENSOR SELECT 204 NO2 T/G 205 NO1 D/G 206 NO2 D/G 207 E/G 208 INS & UPS STATUS 209 LAL 210 BLACK OUT RECOVERY Off 54 211 CONT OVERVIEW GM25 NO1 TURBINE GENERATOR 4-2-14 S2229/30 .1 Turbine Generator 214 SH STEAM 29 30 31 51 26 EMCY TRIP 213 20 21 22 23 ALARM REPOSE NO1 T/G 4 Hand Trip LO In Press LL Over Speed Exh STM Press HH 27 (GM41) VAH Vib 43 Rotor Axis Excess Pos Rotor Excess Vib Gen Trouble Cont Power Fail 24 Off 5 Stop 1 2 0 µm 0.

00 MPa 36 46 Air 9 0.No.0 % 40 39 35 M 49 M Spill Lock No2 T/G Main LO PP P Lock 56 Receiver Make Up 41 57 218 (GM42) No2 T/G LO Prim PP 16 14 D R 17 15 LO CLR ASS ASS-Off A S S S 55 n s o r S t a t 53 s e u EXH STEAM (GM45) NO2 T/G LO SUMP TK 201 ELECTRIC DIST(HV) ELECTRIC DIST(LV) 202 GENERATOR CONTROL 203 FREQ CONTROL SENSOR SELECT 204 NO1 T/G 205 NO1 D/G 206 NO2 D/G 207 E/G 208 INS & UPS STATUS 209 LAL 210 BLACK OUT RECOVERY Off 54 211 CONT OVERVIEW GM26 NO2 TURBINE GENERATOR 4-2-15 S2229/30 .2 Turbine Generator 214 SH STEAM 29 30 31 51 26 EMCY TRIP 213 20 21 22 23 ALARM REPOSE NO2 T/G 4 Hand Trip LO In Press LL Over Speed Exh STM Press HH 27 (GM41) VAH Vib 43 Rotor Axis Excess Pos Rotor Excess Vib Gen Trouble Cont Power Fail 24 Off 5 Stop 1 2 0 µm 0.00 kPa 38 37 MCGP3-2 0 C 12 0 C 3 DPAH 0.00 kPa 0.00 mm 0 hour 32 0 kW 52 PosH Pos 44 45 0 C 1st Stage 42 PAL 0 C P 0 C 0 C 19 Air CLR 8 (GM64) 212 0.0 % 217 AUX STEAM LINE 50 48 0.0 C FW Leak 0 C 6 CCS FW COOLING 0 kPa 34 0 C PAH 33 0 C 28 25 Stator Coil 0 C W 0 C 18 7 10 U V W 0 C 11 0 C 216 47 0.

00 MPa Gen Air CLR Air 45 PAL 0 C 0 C 3 7 5 4 Air CLR 20 21 22 Start Fail Stop Sol VV Fail Cont Power Fail 11 (GM65) Water 6 FW Leak 0 C U V W 0 C 8 0 C 0 C 9 0 C 28 0.00 MPa P Lock 46 D LO Prim PP R 34 ASS 31 ASS-Off Off 36 P 212 G/E DO SERV TANK D/G LO SUMP TK 201 ELECTRIC DIST(HV) ELECTRIC DIST(LV) 202 GENERATOR CONTROL 203 FREQ CONTROL SENSOR SELECT 204 NO1 T/G 205 NO2 T/G 206 NO2 D/G 207 E/G 215 INS & UPS STATUS 208 BLACKOUT RECOVERY 209 (GM81) 210 CONT OVERVIEW GM27 NO1 DIESEL GENERATOR 4-2-16 S2229/30 .No.00 MPa Pre Heater P 0 C 27 15 Off 24 D/G FO LEAK TK 14 10 LAH PAL LO CLR 35 33 26 29 DPAH 0 C A S S S e n s o r S t a t u s 30 25 0.1 Diesel Generator 38 39 41 40 EMCY Trip 42 OPERATION Gen Trouble GOS-G Local 18 ALARM REPOSE 211 STBY 12 LOCAL Handle SW Turn Gear 47 LO In Press LL Over Speed CFW Temp HH 0 kW 19 16 ALARM REPOSE Off Engaged Auto Run 1 Stop 43 0 hour COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM 213 17 Off (GMA3) 13 Off 2 0 C T/C 214 D/G COOL SYSTEM 44 PAL 23 0.

00 MPa Gen Air CLR Air 45 PAL 0 C 0 C 3 7 5 4 Air CLR 20 21 22 Start Fail Stop Sol VV Fail Cont Power Fail 11 (GM65) Water 6 FW Leak 0 C U V W 0 C 8 0 C 0 C 9 0 C 28 0.00 MPa Pre Heater P 0 C 27 15 Off 24 D/G FO LEAK TK 14 10 LAH PAL LO CLR 35 33 26 29 DPAH 0 C A S S S e n s o r S t a t u s 30 25 0.00 MPa P Lock 46 D LO Prim PP R 34 ASS 31 ASS-Off Off 36 P 212 G/E DO SERV TANK D/G LO SUMP TK 201 ELECTRIC DIST(HV) ELECTRIC DIST(LV) 202 GENERATOR CONTROL 203 FREQ CONTROL SENSOR SELECT 204 NO1 T/G 205 NO2 T/G 206 NO1 D/G 207 E/G 215 INS & UPS STATUS 208 BLACKOUT RECOVERY 209 (GM81) 210 CONT OVERVIEW GM28 NO2 DIESEL GENERATOR 4-2-17 S2229/30 .No.2 Diesel Generator 38 39 41 40 EMCY Trip 42 OPERATION Gen Trouble GOS-G Local 18 ALARM REPOSE 211 STBY 12 LOCAL Handle SW Turn Gear 47 LO In Press LL Over Speed CFW Temp HH 0 kW 19 16 ALARM REPOSE Off Engaged Auto Run 1 Stop 43 0 hour COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM 213 17 Off (GMA3) 13 Off 2 0 C T/C 214 D/G COOL SYSTEM 44 PAL 23 0.

Emergency Generator 7 8 9 10 EMCY Trip CONDITON ALARM REPOSE 5 ALARM REPOSE 212 STBY 15 LO In Press LL Over Speed CFW Temp HH Stop 6 0 kW 0 hour 20 Off 4 Off 11 Auto Run Stator Coil 12 13 14 16 18 Start Fail Cont Power Fail Emerg Trip Cancel E/G ENG Fail E/G Gen Fail U V W 0 C 0 C 0 C 3 2 1 PAL COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM 17 213 (GMA2) P OIL PAN 201 ELECTRIC DIST(HV) ELECTRIC DIST(LV) 202 GENERATOR CONTROL 203 FREQ CONTROL SENSOR SELECT 204 NO1 T/G 205 NO2 T/G 206 NO1 D/G P E/G DO SERV TANK 214 LAL (GM81) 19 208 NO2 D/G INS & UPS STATUS 209 BLACKOUT RECOVERY 210 CONT OVERVIEW 211 207 GM29 EMERGENCY GENERATOR 4-2-18 S2229/30 .

Insulation & UPS Status 46 47 48 50 51 HVMSB1 No1 T/G No1 D/G HVCSB1 No1 HV TRANS 40 37 38 Galley AC440V AC220V 25 26 MCC MSB(AC100V) ESB(AC100V) 12 13 14 GENERAL UPS Insulation Inv-1 MJR TRBL Inv-1 MNR TRBL Inv-2 MJR TRBL Inv-2 MNR TRBL 1 2 3 Heat PPH1 Insulation-1 Insulation-2 MAIN 220V E/R Serv Accom Serv Heater Serv FWD LT Serv 29 27 28 ECC MSB(AC100V) ESB(AC100V) 15 16 4 5 6 Heat PPHP Insulation-1 Insulation-2 52 53 54 56 57 HVMSB2 No2 T/G No2 D/G HVCSB2 No2 HV TRANS 43 41 42 DC110V UPS CCC MSB(AC100V) ESB(AC100V) 17 18 19 20 No1 Insulation No1 TRBL No2 Insulation No2 TRBL No3 Insulation No3 TRBL No4 Insulation No4 TRBL 7 8 9 Heat PPHS Insulation-1 Insulation-2 DC24V Batt CH 44 30 Insulation TRBL 31 32 33 MAIN 440V 58 59 45 ICAS UPS1 Insulation MJR TRBL MNR TRBL 21 22 23 24 10 Heat PPPB LVMSB1 LVMSB2 11 Heat PPSB ESB 61 39 49 AC440V AC220V 34 35 36 Spare MTR Space HTR ICAS UPS2 Insulation MJR TRBL MNR TRBL 207 NO1 D/G NO2 D/G 208 E/G 209 BLACK OUT RECOVERY 210 CONT OVERVIEW 211 201 ELECTRIC DIST(HV) ELECTRIC DIST(LV) 202 GENERATOR CONTROL 203 FREQ CONTROL SENSOR SELECT 204 NO1 T/G 205 NO2 T/G 206 GM2A INSULATION & UPS STATUS 4-2-19 S2229/30 .

Blackout Recovery 1 Blackout SEQUENTIAL START AFTER BLACKOUT TIME 3 4 1 2 W/H & CCR Unit CFW Boost PP MFDWPT Prim LO PP D/G CFW PP D/G CSW PP 53 54 55 TIME 2 1 3 2 Steering Gear Motor (LVMSB2) 5 TIME 1 2 3 4 Drain PP TIME 1 2 (ESB) 4 0 26 sec (LVMSB2) 27 28 Cont Oil PP Gland Exh Fan 8 15 (LVMSB1) (LVMSB2) (LVMSB1) sec 56 57 (LVMSB1) (LVMSB2) 6 (LVMSB1) (LVMSB2) 29 30 (ESB) (LVMSB2) 58 59 (LVMSB2) 7 (LVMSB1) (LVMSB2) 20 sec 25 60 sec (LVMSB1) 50 sec 75 sec 80 sec 85 sec 65 62 61 E/R Supply Fan 76 E/R 75 Exhaust Fan 95 (LVMSB1) (LVMSB2) sec Cargo Mach RM 78 77 Exhaust Fan (LVMSB1/LVMSB2) 79 80 (LVMSB1) (LVMSB2) (LVMSB1) (LVMSB2) 81 82 Cargo Mach CFW Boost PP FO Pump RM Exhaust Fan FO Heat RM Exhaust Fan S/T LO PP T/G LO Prim PP D/G LO Prim PP Hot W Circ PP 31 32 (LVMSB1) (LVMSB2) 9 10 5 (LVMSB1) (LVMSB2) sec 33 34 CCS CFW PP (LVMSB1) (LVMSB2) 35 36 FD Fan (LVMSB2) (LVMSB1) (LVMSB2) 83 84 (LVMSB1) (LVMSB2) 11 12 (LVMSB1) (LVMSB2) M/C Conds PP Aux LO PP Main CSW PP (LVMSB1) (LVMSB2) 13 14 (LVMSB1) (LVMSB2) 37 38 (LVMSB1) 63 0 (LVMSB1) (LVMSB2) sec 15 Cargo Mach Motor 16 RM Supply Fan (LVMSB1/LVMSB2) 17 18 Air Comp 64 (LVMSB1) (LVMSB2) 39 40 (LVMSB2) Und DK Pass 86 110 85 sec (LVMSB1/LVMSB2) Supply Fan Steering Gear RM 87 Supply Fan (ESB) 88 (LVMSB1) (LVMSB2) 19 BLR F/E Seal Air Fan E/R Bilge PP 10 (LVMSB1) (LVMSB2) sec 41 V/R Comp 42 Aux LO PP (LVMSB1/LVMSB2) 44 43 (LVMSB1) (ESB) EMCY Fire PP RM Supply Fan Main Circ PP Aux Circ PP 68 (LVMSB1) (LVMSB1) 20 21 (LVMSB1/LVMSB2) F/G Comp Aux LO PP FW PP Drink W PP 90 sec 66 (LVMSB2) 67 (ESB) 22 (LVMSB2) Cargo VV Hyd Oil PP 45 46 (LVMSB1) (LVMSB2) 47 48 (LVMSB1) 69 70 (ESB) 71 72 D/G Start Air Comp FO Burn PP Fire Fight FW PP Fire Line Press PP 208 209 E/G INS & UPS STATUS 210 CONT OVERVIEW 211 (LVMSB2) 23 24 Small Cargo VV Hyd Oil PP Ballast VV Hyd Oil PP Small Ballast VV Hyd Oil PP 202 ELECTRIC DIST(LV) GENERATOR CONTROL 203 (ESB) 25 (LVMSB2) 15 (LVMSB1) (LVMSB2) sec 49 Main Conds 50 Vac PP (LVMSB1) (LVMSB2) 51 52 (LVMSB1) (LVMSB2) (LVMSB1) (LVMSB2) 95 73 sec (LVMSB1) 74 (LVMSB2) 201 ELECTRIC DIST(HV) (LVMSB1) (LVMSB2) 204 NO1 T/G Vent Duct Exhaust Fan 205 NO2 T/G 206 NO1 D/G (LVMSB2) 207 NO2 D/G FREQ CONTROL SENSOR SELECT GM2B BLACK OUT RECOVERY 4-2-20 S2229/30 .

Main Boiler Sub Menu 206 GM31 205 GM33 Air Air No2 BLR No1 BLR FD FAN / AIR HEATER & SOOT BLOWER 207 BLR BMS OVERVIEW GM3A PV A/S PID SV H/S PID BLR ACC OVERVIEW 201 FD FAN & AIR HEATER BLR BMS OVERVIEW 202 BLR ACC OVERVIEW 203 CONT OVERVIEW 203 GM30 BLR SUB MENU 4-2-21 S2229/30 .

00 kPa 0.0 kPa 18 Wind Box No1 BLR Furnace 0.0 kPa D 7 Lock 61 62 9 R A 49 51 36 AUX STEAM 205 Vib 53 0 micr 0 C ECO (GM42) 39 43 38 BLR F/E SEAL AIR FAN 31 No1 D D No2 ACO-Off R ACO R 37 35 33 A R 8 6 AUX STEAM 204 Vib 0 micr 0 C 10 Low Ins Low Current VAH Lock 60 32 30 59 Lock (GM42) 54 Smoke 0 C STM Air HTR 0 C 0 C 15 14 0 C ECO Smoke 11 0.00 deg 02 Content 55 STM Air HTR 0.0 kPa 0.0 kPa 42 0.0 % 56 0 C 40 16 0 C 0.FD Fan & Air Heater Funnel 26 No2 FD Fan 45 Stop 47 46 44 48 50 Lock D 58 28 VENT DUCT EXH FAN 21 No1 D D No2 ACO-Off R ACO R Common Damper 29 25 23 22 20 No1 FD Fan 57 Lock 1 5 4 Stop 3 Air Lock Low Ins Low Current VAH 63 64 52 27 Air 2 0.0 % 0 C 17 13 0 C 41 Wind Box No2 BLR Furnace 0.00 kPa 201 BOILER SUB MENU SOOT BLOWER 202 CONT OVERVIEW 203 GM31 FD FANS & AIR HEATERS 4-2-22 S2229/30 .00 deg 02 Content 12 0.

0 MPa Warming Blowing M02VPA 34 M01VPA 16 15 0.Soot Blower 206 DESUPER HTD LINE 35 36 NO2 SOOT BLOWER Power Source AC440V Power Failure AC100V Power Failure DC24V Power Failure Alarm SB Abnormal Motor Over Load L-SB Time Exceed R-SB Time Exceed EMERG Retract 51 52 54 55 56 48 49 50 (GM42) PAL 37 0.0 MPa Warming Blowing 14 PAL 17 1 2 3 NO1 SOOT BLOWER Power Source AC440V Power Failure AC100V Power Failure DC24V Power Failure Alarm 4 38 41 18 10 R6 42 SOOT BLOWER CONTROL 64 R6 11 SB Abnormal Motor Over Load L-SB Time Exceed R-SB Time Exceed EMERG Retract Eco R5 43 1B Cont 65 Status 32 Seq Mode 31 Cont Pos 30 R5 29 12 Eco 5 7 8 9 R4 44 2B Cont Stop Off Off Local R4 13 R3 R3 R1 46 Funnel 67 45 Funnel 19 66 21 R1 L1 20 No2 BLR 47 R2 Boiler L1 R2 Boiler No1 BLR Super Heater 40 39 Super Heater Bypass R6 63 201 BOILER SUB MENU FD FANS & AIR HEATER 207 Bypass R1 58 204 R5 62 R4 61 202 R3 60 R2 59 L1 57 Drain Drain L1 28 R1 27 R2 26 R3 25 R4 24 R5 23 R6 22 203 CONT OVERVIEW GM32 SOOT BLOWER 4-2-23 S2229/30 .

BMS Overview HDR Vent HDR N2 101 Purge ABN 99 98 Master Vent IGN Gas Rate 53 N2 83 51 52 50 49 Master Vent IGN 48 Gas Rate 29 27 26 Purge ABN HDR N2 1 HDR Vent 102 N2 104 103 NO2 BLR BLR Trip 100 BLR Gas VV Trip 61 55 54 85 84 Mast Gas VV Trip FO 106 ABN IGN 108 109 111 115 113 110 92 112 96 94 105 60 59 BLR Gas VV Trip 57 56 N2 Mast N2 PUR ABN 58 N2 NO1 BLR 28 2 N2 3 BLR Trip 4 31 30 Gas ABN Air 107 REG FO ABN IGN 89 87 86 Gas ABN Air 88 REG 91 F/G Comp COMMON CONDITION Common Damper 62 Open 63 Gas 33 ABN Air 35 REG 36 38 32 FO ABN 34 IGN 37 Gas ABN Air 8 REG 11 6 5 FO ABN 7 IGN 10 90 9 No2 F/E Fail No1 F/E Fail No2 F/E Fail No1 F/E Fail FO Boost Up 207 ATOMIZ STM 93 (GM42) No1 43 F/E Fail No2 F/E Fail 41 42 39 16 No1 F/E Fail No2 F/E Fail 14 12 116 114 No2 BNR 97 95 No1 BNR No1 BNR 40 No2 BNR 15 13 65 64 Recirc FO Back Up 46 17 117 Recirc BLR FO Trip Hot Start VV Open IGNITION SEQUENCE 118 124 68 66 67 209 208 FO PUMP FO PUMP 47 45 BLR FO Trip 44 FO Temp Bypass FO Temp Bypass Hot Start VV Open IGNITION SEQUENCE IGN Ready 18 IGN Ready (GM72) 119 (GM71) 25 IGN Gas Rate 120 Gas STBY 121 125 122 123 201 BOILER SUB MENU IGN Air Rate IGN FO Furn Finish Rate Furn Establish Furn Purge No2 BLR BMS Cont Pos Fuel Mode 81 BURNER CONTROL Common Gas Cont Pos 75 No1 BLR Fuel Mode BLR Cont Pos Local Off 204 79 Off BMS Mode Local 77 78 74 73 Off Manual 71 69 Local Off 70 HDR N2 Purge 82 203 Mast N2 Purge 80 BMS Mode 72 HDR N2 Purge IGN Air Rate IGN FO Furn Rate Finish Furn Establish Furn Purge 21 22 23 IGN Gas Rate Gas STBY 19 20 Manual Off 76 202 NO2 BLR BMS 24 CONT OVERVIEW 205 NO1 BLR BMS BLR TRIP & BMS COND GM33 BMS OVERVIEW 4-2-24 S2229/30 .

0 % 88 FO Back Up BLR FO Trip 56 55 TALL PALL IGNITION SEQUENCE IGN Ready 26 Recirc IGN FO Rate (GM71) NO1 BOILER CONDITION Steam-up Finish 100 99 96 97 FO Temp Bypass 93 0 hour NO1 BOILER BURNER CONTROL Common No1 BLR Gas Cont Pos Fuel Mode BLR Cont Pos Hot Start VV Open EMERGENCY MODE 201 BOILER SUB MENU 95 FD Stop Fan 98 1Fan 2BLR Mode Local Mast N2 Purge 64 62 61 Off BMS Mode 59 57 Local Off 58 O2 0.00 NO1 BNR *ACC 210 NO2 BLR 89 87 86 49 47 NO2 BNR 53 20 16 14 0.00 50 0.0 % N2 76 78 BLR Gas VV Trip Mast N2 PUR ABN 0 C 67 68 66 0 kPa 65 NO1 BLR BLR Trip 2 N2 HDR Vent PALL PAHH Gas 39 ABN Air 41 REG 42 4 3 80 38 F/G Comp Mast Gas VV Trip COMMON CONDITION Common Damper 83 Open 84 FO Boost Up FO ABN 40 IGN Gas ABN Air 8 REG 6 5 FO ABN 7 IGN No2 F/E Fail F/E 17 (GM35) 9 209 AUX STEAM 52 No1 BNR Fail No2 F/E F/E Fail 45 44 43 Fail No1 F/E No2 F/E 51 48 46 19 No1 BNR Fail F/E Fail 12 11 10 No1 F/E No2 18 15 13 (GM42) 0.No1 Boiler BMS *ACC 73 Master Vent 90 91 72 71 IGN Gas Rate 33 34 Purge ABN N2 35 32 37 36 HDR N2 1 75 0 x10kg 0 kg/h 0 kPa 92 208 NO2 BLR 82 81 77 79 0.00 0.00 MPa 0 C 54 69 70 PALL 21 22 0.00 0.0 % 85 0.0 94 HDR N2 Purge 60 IGN Air Rate IGN FO Furn Rate Finish Furn Establish 31 27 28 IGN Gas Rate Gas STBY 24 25 29 101 202 203 NO2 BLR BMS BLR TRIP & BMS COND 204 % Off 63 Manual Furn Purge 30 206 CONT OVERVIEW BMS OVERVIEW GM34 NO1 BLR BMS 4-2-25 S2229/30 .00 MPa 23 (GM35) 211 FO PUMP *ACC 0.

No.0 % 19 18 22 21 210 20 NO1 BLR PALL 90 0.00 MPa 0 C 69 TALL 70 68 *ACC 93 0.00 0.0 % *ACC (GM34) 211 FO PUMP IGNITION SEQUENCE 94 BLR FO Trip IGN Ready IGN Air Rate 95 (GM72) NO2 BOILER BURNER CONTROL No2 BLR Common Gas Cont Pos BLR Cont Pos Fuel Mode NO2 BOILER CONDITION 33 26 27 100 101 IGN Gas Rate Gas STBY 96 97 98 IGN FO Furn Finish Rate Furn Establish Furn Purge 202 203 NO1 BLR BMS 0 hour 34 FO Temp Bypass FD Fan 1Fan 2BLR Mode Stop 32 29 30 31 Steam-up Finish Hot Start VV Open 28 Local HDR N2 Purge 42 BLR TRIP & BMS COND 41 39 Off BMS Mode 35 36 Local Off 37 Mast N2 Purge 40 38 99 201 BOILER SUB MENU BMS OVERVIEW Off 204 Manual O2 0.2 Boiler BMS 44 HDR N2 HDR Vent 71 Purge ABN N2 67 51 50 43 IGN Gas Rate 8 7 *ACC 6 1 Master Vent N2 74 73 72 NO2 BLR BLR Trip 49 0 kPa 46 0 C 47 48 45 PALL PAHH BLR Gas VV Trip Mast N2 PUR ABN 10 12 9 0.0 % EMERGENCY MODE MODE 206 CONT OVERVIEW GM35 NO2 BLR BMS 4-2-26 S2229/30 .00 MPa PALL 92 91 FO Back Up IGN FO Rate 25 23 24 0.0 % 11 3 0 x10kg 0 kg/h 0 kPa 13 4 207 NO1 BLR 15 2 N2 FO ABN IGN 78 76 75 Gas ABN Air 77 REG 83 65 63 FO ABN IGN 55 53 52 Gas ABN Air 54 REG 60 14 F/G Comp (GM72) Mast Gas VV Trip COMMON CONDITION Common Damper 16 Open FO Boost Up 17 79 88 86 89 87 85 56 No2 BNR Fail No1 F/E F/E Fail 82 81 80 Fail No2 F/E No1 F/E No2 BNR Fail No1 F/E F/E Fail 59 58 57 Fail No2 F/E No1 F/E (GM34) 209 AUX STEAM 0.00 61 (GM42) NO2 BNR NO1 BNR 0.00 84 66 0.00 64 62 0.

BLR Trip & BMS Faital Condition BOILER TRIP AND BMS FATAL CONDITION 37 Both Boiler Trip NO1 BOILER No1 FO Cut OFF Valve Trip Atomize Steam Press LL FO Temp LL FO Press LL Both FO Pump Stop No1 FO Pump Run No2 FO Pump Run Gas Valve Trip Gas Press HH Gas Press LL Boiler Trip Master Gas Trip Master Gas Valve Trip Master Gas Valve Trip Both Boiler Trip Both Boiler Gas Trip Both Vent Duct Exh Fan Stop 1 Vent Duct Exh Fan Run 2 Vent Duct Exh Fan Run Gas Leak Detect Gas Temp LL NO2 BOILER Gas Valve Trip Gas Press HH Gas Press LL Boiler Trip Master Gas Trip Master Gas Valve Trip Master Gas Valve Trip Both Boiler Trip Both Boiler Gas Trip Both Vent Duct Exh Fan Stop 1 Vent Duct Exh Fan Run 2 Vent Duct Exh Fan Run Gas Leak Detect Gas Temp LL 59 60 61 62 63 No2 FO Cut OFF Valve Trip Atomize Steam Press LL FO Temp LL FO Press LL Both FO Pump Stop No3 FO Pump Run No4 FO Pump Run No2 Boiler Trip Manual Trip SH Steam Temp HH Drum Level DWL HH(FS) DWL LL(FS) DWL LL (RWLI) FD Fan Trip All F/E Fail BMS Both CPU Stop or I/O Card Fail CPU(A) PCSB2ASER CPU(B) PCSB2BSER 208 PCSB2 56 57 43 44 38 39 40 41 42 17 18 19 20 21 1 2 3 4 5 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 73 22 23 45 46 48 24 25 27 28 29 30 31 33 6 7 8 9 10 No1 Boiler Trip Manual Trip SH Steam Temp HH DWL HH(FS) DWL LL(FS) 16 49 50 51 52 54 Drum Level 11 12 0 mm 58 0 mm DWL LL (RWLI) FD Fan Trip All F/E Fail BMS Both CPU Stop or I/O Card Fail PCSB1ASER PCSB1BSER 35 CPU(A) 36 13 15 55 34 CPU(B) 207 PCSB1 (GMS4) (GMS4) 201 BOILER SUB MENU BMS OVERVIEW 202 NO1 BLR BMS 203 NO2 BLR BMS 204 CONT OVERVIEW 206 GM36 BLR TRIP & BMS FATAL COND 4-2-27 S2229/30 .

0 Var 0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.- .0 0.0 0.0 MPa MPa % 53 54 55 56 0.00 0.0 MPa MPa % 122 105 106 107 0.0 0.0 mm mm % 82 83 84 0.0 Manual kg/h kg/h % 0 0 0.0 Manual MPa MPa % 44 45 46 MPa MPa % 31 32 33 0.0 kg/h kg/h 103 0 0 0.0 Manual 0 101 102 0 87 88 89 Stop 0.0 0.0 0.0 MPa MPa % 108 91 92 93 0..0 0.0 0.0 MPa MPa % 63 64 65 0.0 t/h Feed W FO Press 15 Total Fuel MPa 1 0.0 Manual C C % 26 27 28 29 0.0 Manual C C % 99 211 210 209 40 41 42 20 0.0 Manual MPa MPa % 48 49 50 51 MPa MPa % 36 37 38 39 0 0 0.0 Manual Stop 0.ACC Overview MCB22(NO2 ACC) NO2 BOILER Total Fuel 109 COMMON 0.0 0.00 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 kg/h kg/h % % % % % Manual 104 Manual Manual 71 Manual 61 25 Manual 10 Atomiz Status PV SV MV Auto/Man 119 120 121 Purge STM Temp STM Temp Purge Atomiz 0.0 0.0 0.0 % O2 Cont Status PV SV MV Auto/Man Air Status PV SV MV Auto/Man 115 116 117 110 111 112 113 Level Var 95 Feed W Master Master Steam Up 43 Level 16 O2 Cont 2 Stop 0.0 MPa MPa % 0.0 t/h t/h % 85 73 74 75 0.00 0.00 % % 96 97 98 0 0 0.0 Manual MPa MPa % 11 12 13 14 0.- STM Flow 0.0 0.00 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 Manual t/h t/h % 34 17 18 19 mm mm % 3 4 5 % % Manual 66 Manual FO 114 Gas 100 FO Deliv 86 76 77 78 79 STM Dump 67 Intermed 57 STM Dump Intermed 58 59 60 FO Deliv 47 Gas 0 35 FO 0 22 23 24 21 6 7 8 9 Air Stop 0.0 Manual MPa MPa % Manual Manual GAS SUPPLY SYSTEM 201 BOILER SUB MENU BLR COND OVERVIEW 202 NO1 BLR ACC (1/2) 203 NO1 BLR ACC (2/2) 204 NO2 BLR ACC (1/2) 205 NO2 BLR ACC (2/2) (GC22) 206 BMS OVERVIEW 207 (GM33) FO SUPPLY SYSTEM (GM71) 208 CONT OVERVIEW ACC SIGNAL MONITOR GM3A ACC OVERVIEW 4-2-28 S2229/30 .0 kg/h kg/h % 90 MPa MPa % 80 68 69 70 0.0 0.0 Stop 0.0 0.0 0.00 0.0 0.0 94 STM Flow 81 MPa t/h Steam Up Stop 72 62 .00 0.00 Stop 0..0 Manual % % % 118 0 0 0.0 COMMON 52 MCB21(NO1 ACC) NO1 BOILER 30 FO Press % 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 Stop 0.

0 16 15 C 17 0.0 80 64 63 0 62 21 0..- 35 0.0 0.0 MPa ACC Common Cont Pos Local .0 2 1 No1 Boiler Stop 31 32 % MPa 42 HP FEED SYSTEM (GM52) 0.0 61 MPa 0 58 MPa 0 24 kg/h 23 22 % (GM71) 8 7 % 0.0 43 t/h 14 C ( G M 4 4 ) 49 0.0 Master Cont 1B 41 0.0 18 FO BURN PUMP No2 % 65 kg/h 0.0 206 ACC SIGNAL MONITOR 207 % GM3B BLR COND OVERVIEW 4-2-29 S2229/30 .0 9 FWR % 11 Eco O2 0.0 91 90 C 53 0.0 t/h 89 MPa 46 44 45 0.0 0.0 kPa 74 F/G Compressor ( G M 4 3 ) 0.0 t/h NO2 BLR Cont Pos Local 71 215 HP FEED SYSTEM 70 69 68 88 38 36 NO1 BLR Cont Pos Local 37 30 29 28 27 12 t/h 2 1 No2 Boiler Stop 73 72 (GM52) 0.00 0 FO SUPPLY SYSTEM 25 10 0.0 FWR 84 67 % 0.Boiler Condition Overview Air 77 Common Damper Stop 76 78 55 54 1 2 No2 FD Fan 79 Off 211 1..0 C H/S MPa STEAM DUMP 213 STEAM DUMP 51 0.0 0.0MPa AUX STM 57 Stop 4 3 No1 FD Fan kPa 209 6 Air Air Flow Cont No3 82 No2 75 No1 0.0 92 % 0.0 83 0.0 % 39 2B 0.0 0 20 19 0..0 0 % Drum Level 87 86 kPa 0 MPa 60 % 56 34 33 0.0 Master Cont 0.0 0.0 kg/h 26 % % MPa 0.0 % 0 0 50 47 48 kPa mm Hot Start VV 208 CONT OVERVIEW Hot Start VV 201 BOILER SUB MENU ACC OVERVIEW 202 NO1 BLR ACC (1/2) 203 NO1 BLR ACC (2/2) 204 NO2 BLR ACC (1/2) M033VPA 205 NO2 BLR ACC (2/2) No1 0.00 66 59 kg/h 0.0 13 0.0 mm 88 STM PV Air HTR % 40 0 mm % 210 Drum Level 0.0 0.0 MPa kPa STM PV Air HTR Eco O2 0.0 0.0 % Air Flow Cont No1 5 No4 81 (GM72) 0.0 % FO SUPPLY SYSTEM 85 0.0 % No2 52 0.0 % 214 FO BURN PUMP 0.

0 18 0.0 MPa + + 41 MV PV 0.0 91 A/S 83 A/S 70 A/S 57 MPa 36 H/S 15 0.0 87 % + - 0.0 MPa 38 MPa Dev Press H/S 37 MPa 0.0 Dev Press 0.0 (GM3E) Purge IGN 86 Min Gas SV 0 kg/h 60 61 kg/h % 0.0 % 208 CONT OVERVIEW BOILER SUB MENU NO2 BLR ACC (1/2) GM3C NO1 BLR ACC (1/2) 4-2-30 S2229/30 .000 % 82 % % kg/h kg/h 69 kg/h 56 kg/h Steam Up Schedule P T 0.000 0.0 % PID 72 Excess Air Set 0.0 MPa 6 Forcing VPR Gas Flow 5 0 kg/h 0.0 201 % 202 ACC OVERVIEW BLR COND OVERVIEW 203 NO1 BLR ACC (2/2) 204 0.0 % SV PV PID 0 0.000 0.0 MPa 88 M 89 NO1 CONT STATUS COMMON Cont Pos Common Cont Pos 75 63 M 62 50 M 49 30 A 29 27 A 24 M 23 21 M 20 FD Fan Vane Drive 90 Local 74 Off 73 Local Gas Flow Control VV 64 0.000 58 PID PV 211 + PID 42 210 MPa SV M + 40 39 0.1 Boiler ACC (1/2) AIR FLOW Low Span 81 80 79 O2 High Span 78 GAS FLOW Vortex 68 67 FO FLOW Flow Meter 55 54 SHTD STM PRESS No1 BLR (1) 34 SHTD STM PRESS No2 BLR (1) 11 Contnt 77 76 Diff Pressure 66 65 FO HDR Pressure 53 52 35 33 No1 BLR (2) 32 12 10 No2 BLR (2) 9 STEAM FLOW High Selected 8 7 VPR HDR PRESS 2 1 0.0 kg/h 59 43 0.0 45 16 17 0 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 % 206 ACC SIGNAL MONITOR 207 31 Hot Start Piston VV 28 Piston Steam Dump VV Intermed Intermed Steam Dump Control VV1 25 0.No.0 % kg/h % 0.0 % Steam Dump Control VV2 22 0.0 0.0 % % + % Normal SV PV PID 48 46 47 Steam Up 0 0.0 0.0 % 71 0 kg/h + 0 kg/h + 0.0 % Min FO SV 0 kg/h From Steam up cont MV 19 26 M 93 PV 213 SV PID % 0.000 0.0 kPa kg/h % 3 NBO 0.0 0 4 0.0 205 % NO2 BLR ACC (2/2) FO Flow Control VV 51 0.00 MPa 14 t/h MPa 13 0.0 44 NO2 BLR ACC(1/2) 209 PV SV PID 85 0.0 94 MPa 92 0.0 % 0.00 84 212 MPa SV SV 0.

0 43 mm 42 25 mm t/h MPa MPa 0.0 0.0 % t/h Dev Flow 0.0 % Var SV Fix SV 0 46 mm 47 Var 0 27 mm SV 210 PV M 28 17 H/S 0 PID Fix 29 0.0 0.0 0.0 NO2 BLR STM FLOW 58 20 0.0 9 18 10 3 4 0.0 PV 212 PV SV 0.0 % 16 SV 8 PV PV 0.0 0.0 t/h 209 75 mm PID M 14 0.0 37 36 35 t/h H/S 34 M M FD Burn PP Discharge Press Cont VV 70 0.0 C + PV PID + 0.0 PID PID MPa MPa 15 M 56 (2) 32 33 (1) 31 30 Override Normal 68 69 M Steam Temp Cont VV 59 0.0 211 t/h 0.1 Boiler ACC (2/2) FO BURN PP DISCHARGE PRESS 66 65 FO BURNER HEADER PRESS 72 71 PRIMARY SHTR OUTLET TEMP 64 63 SH STM TEMP (2) 50 49 51 48 BLR STM FLOW (2) 40 41 DRUM LEVEL FWR 24 38 23 (1) (1) 39 Monitor 22 21 FEED WATER FLOW 13 12 ATOMIZ PRESS 7 6 PURGE STEAM PRESS 2 1 0.0 0.0 H 57 H 26 MPa SV 79 213 0.0 67 0.0 % 0.0 0.0 % 76 0.0 0.0 MPa + 73 MPa - C Dev Temp 53 54 C 52 C H/S t/h t/h Dev Flow 0.0 0.0 C H/S 45 55 t/h A/S 0.0 0.0 0.0 44 0 0 0.0 PID 78 PID SV 0.No.0 C t/h 0 mm MPa 74 MPa 0.0 % NO1 CONT STATUS COMMON Cont Pos Common Cont Pos 62 t/h Feed Water Cont VV 19 Atomiz Cont VV 11 Purge Stm Cont VV % 5 Local 61 Off 60 Local H (GM3C) NO1 BLR ACC(1/2) 0.0 % 0.0 % 201 BOILER SUB MENU ACC OVERVIEW 202 BLR COND OVERVIEW 203 NO1 BLR ACC (1/2) 204 NO2 BLR ACC (1/2) 205 NO2 BLR ACC (2/2) 206 ACC SIGNAL MONITOR 207 CONT OVERVIEW 208 GM3D NO1 BLR ACC (2/2) 4-2-31 S2229/30 .

0 % SV PV PID 0 0.0 18 0.0 201 % 202 ACC OVERVIEW BLR COND OVERVIEW 203 NO1 BLR ACC (1/2) 204 0.0 45 16 17 0 0.0 MPa + + 41 MV PV 0.000 58 PID PV 211 + PID 42 210 MPa SV M + 40 39 0.0 % % + % Normal SV PV PID 48 46 47 Steam Up 0 0.0 kg/h 59 43 0.000 0.0 % 206 ACC SIGNAL MONITOR 207 31 Hot Start Piston VV 28 Piston Steam Dump VV Intermed Intermed Steam Dump Control VV1 25 0.0 % Min FO SV 0 kg/h From Steam up cont MV 19 26 M 93 PV 213 SV PID % 0.2 Boiler ACC (1/2) AIR FLOW Low Span 81 80 79 O2 High Span 78 GAS FLOW Vortex 68 67 FO FLOW Flow Meter 55 54 SHTD STM PRESS No2 BLR (1) 34 SHTD STM PRESS No1 BLR (1) 11 Contnt 77 76 Diff Pressure 66 65 FO HDR Pressure 53 52 35 33 No2 BLR (2) 32 12 10 No1 BLR (2) 9 STEAM FLOW High Selected 8 7 VPR HDR PRESS 2 1 0.0 91 A/S 83 A/S 70 A/S 57 MPa 36 H/S 15 0.0 0.0 0 4 0.000 0.0 87 % + - 0.No.0 % 208 CONT OVERVIEW BOILER SUB MENU NO1 BLR ACC (2/2) GM3E NO2 BLR ACC (1/2) 4-2-32 S2229/30 .0 % kg/h % 0.0 (GM3C) Purge IGN 86 Min Gas SV 0 kg/h 60 61 kg/h % 0.0 % 0.0 kPa kg/h % 3 NBO 0.000 0.0 MPa 88 M 89 NO2 CONT STATUS COMMON Cont Pos Common Cont Pos 75 63 M 62 50 M 49 30 A 29 27 A 24 M 23 21 M 20 FD Fan Vane Drive 90 Local 74 Off 73 Local Gas Flow Control VV 64 0.0 Dev Press 0.00 84 212 MPa SV SV 0.0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0.0 94 MPa 92 0.0 % PID 72 Excess Air Set 0.00 MPa 14 t/h MPa 13 0.0 MPa 38 MPa Dev Press H/S 37 MPa 0.0 205 % NO2 BLR ACC (2/2) FO Flow Control VV 51 0.0 % Steam Dump Control VV2 22 0.0 % 71 0 kg/h + 0 kg/h + 0.0 44 NO1 BLR ACC(1/2) 209 PV SV PID 85 0.000 % 82 % % kg/h kg/h 69 kg/h 56 kg/h Steam Up Schedule P T 0.0 MPa 6 Forcing VPR Gas Flow 5 0 kg/h 0.0 0.

0 % NO2 CONT STATUS COMMON Cont Pos Common Cont Pos 62 t/h Feed Water Cont VV 19 Atomiz Cont VV 11 Purge Stm Cont VV % 5 Local 61 Off 60 Local H (GM3E) NO2 BLR ACC(1/2) 0.0 % 16 SV 8 PV PV 0.0 44 0 0 0.0 9 18 10 3 4 0.0 C + PV PID + 0.0 0.0 PV 212 PV SV 0.0 PID 78 PID SV 0.0 H 57 H 26 MPa SV 79 213 0.0 37 36 35 t/h H/S 34 M M FD Burn PP Discharge Press Cont VV 70 0.0 0.0 % 201 BOILER SUB MENU ACC OVERVIEW 202 BLR COND OVERVIEW 203 NO1 BLR ACC (1/2) 204 NO1 BLR ACC (2/2) 205 NO2 BLR ACC (1/2) 206 ACC SIGNAL MONITOR 207 CONT OVERVIEW 208 GM3F NO2 BLR ACC (2/2) 4-2-33 S2229/30 .0 211 t/h 0.0 PID PID MPa MPa 15 M 56 (2) 32 33 (1) 31 30 Override Normal 68 69 M Steam Temp Cont VV 59 0.0 43 mm 42 25 mm t/h MPa MPa 0.0 0.0 % t/h Dev Flow 0.No.0 t/h 209 75 mm PID M 14 0.0 67 0.0 % 0.0 0.0 C t/h 0 mm MPa 74 MPa 0.0 MPa + 73 MPa - C Dev Temp 53 54 C 52 C H/S t/h t/h Dev Flow 0.0 0.0 NO1 BLR STM FLOW 58 20 0.0 0.0 C H/S 45 55 t/h A/S 0.0 % 0.0 0.2 Boiler ACC (2/2) FO BURN PP DISCHARGE PRESS 66 65 FO BURNER HEADER PRESS 72 71 PRIMARY SHTR OUTLET TEMP 64 63 SH STM TEMP (2) 50 49 51 48 BLR STM FLOW (2) 40 41 DRUM LEVEL FWR 24 38 23 (1) (1) 39 Monitor 22 21 FEED WATER FLOW 13 12 ATOMIZ PRESS 7 6 PURGE STEAM PRESS 2 1 0.0 0.0 0.0 % Var SV Fix SV 0 46 mm 47 Var 0 27 mm SV 210 PV M 28 17 H/S 0 PID Fix 29 0.0 0.0 % 76 0.

0 121 % % 207 64 Air Flow (Low Span) Air Flow (High Span) 59 Air Flow (High Span) 54 49 Air Flow (Low Span) 238B 0.00 Steam Temp(2) 0.0 0.0 125 0.0 0.0 124 COMMON CONTROL SELECT PCSB2 66 65 208 CONT OVERVIEW 0.0 475B-P 0.0 21 22 23 24 % % % % 0.0 0.00 Steam Temp(1) 0.0 73 MPa MPa t/h t/h CONTROL MODE SELECT NO1 BOILER NO2 BOILER Emergency Normal Emergency Normal Drum Level 3 Element 2 Element 2 Element 3 Element Control Control Control Control Control 55 50 60 45 61 129B-1P 0.0 0.0 122 PCSB1 BLR COND OVERVIEW NO1 BLR ACC (1/2) NO1 BLR ACC (2/2) NO2 BLR ACC (1/2) NO2 BLR ACC (2/2) GM3G ACC SIGNAL MONITOR 4-2-34 S2229/30 .0 0.0 123 % % 206 0.00 79 kPa 72 PCSB2 % 0.0 41 FO Deliv Control mm t/h t/h t/h t/h % 0.0 107 119B-S 0.00 115 475B-S kPa 475B-S 0.0 110 230B 0 203 VG933 kPa 204 VG943 0.0 0.0 0.0 112 111 165B-2S MPa 165B-2S 0.0 0.0 33 34 35 36 % % % % 0.00 80 205B-S 0 71 0.00 MPa MPa kg/h PCSB2 Out put Loop Back Drum Level (FWR) Drum Level (Monitor) 1B Steam Flow(2) 2B Steam Flow(1) 2B Steam Flow(2) 166B-S 0 113 157B-S mm 157B-P 0 0 104 103 167B-1S t/h 167B-1S 0.0 97 242B-S C C MPa 242B-P 0.00 95 MA1011S kPa kPa 96 436B-S m3/h 436B-P 0.0 88 205B-P 0 kPa 116 kPa 106 % m3/h kPa Atomiz Pressure Purge STM Pressure Feed Flow 129B-1S 0.00 76 370B-S kg/h 370B-P 0 0 68 67 0.0 25 26 27 28 % % % % 0.0 MPa MPa 202 120 0.0 86 85 167B-1P t/h 167B-1P 0.0 81 30B-S 0.0 98 362B-P 0.0 82 30B-P 0.0 29 30 31 32 % % % % 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 94 93 167B-2S t/h 167B-2S 0.0 102 101 165B-1P MPa 165B-1P 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 13 14 15 16 % % % % 0.0 74 Drum Level (FWR) FO Flow Meter Gas Flow Vortex Drum Level (Monitor) FO HDR Pressure Fuel Gas Pressure 108 56 C MPa COMMON BLOCK FO Pump Deliv Press 119 62 57 Drum Level Sensor FO Flow Sensor Gas Flow Sensor Air Flow Sensor Drum Level (Monitor) FO HDR Pressure Fuel Gas Pressure 51 46 Drum Level (FWR) FO Flow Meter Gas Flow Vortex 52 47 48 Gas Temp Gas Pressure No1 L/D Surge VV No2 L/D Surge VV Other Gas Flow VV 63 58 53 238B PCSB1 PCSB2 201 BOILER SUB MENU ACC OVERVIEW 230B 109 VG933 99 VG943 % % 205 0.0 5 6 7 8 % % % % Air Flow 1B Air Flow (High Span) 2B Air Flow (High Span) O2 Content Gas Flow Fuel Gas Diff Press 247B-S kPa 247B-P 0.00 105 475B-P 0.0 C C 0 kPa 100 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.ACC Signal Monitor ACC SENSOR INPUT SIGNAL BOILER BLOCK PCS PCSB1 PCSB2 PCS PCSB1 PCSB2 PCS PCSB1 PCSB2 PCS PCSB1 PCSB2 PCS 1B Steam Pressure(1) 1B Steam Pressure(2) 2B Steam Pressure(1) 2B Steam Pressure(2) FO Header Pressure FO Flow CONTROL OUTPUT & LOOP BACK SIGNAL BOILER BLOCK PCS PCSB1 Out put Loop Back FO Flow Control 0.00 Primary STM Temp MA1011P 0.0 0.0 91 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 70 69 BOILER BLOCK PCS PCSB1 Out put Loop Back Out put Loop Back 0.0 1B Steam Flow(1) 92 165B-2P MPa 165B-2P 0.0 87 % 0.0 0.0 43 COMMON BLOCK Master Control STM Dump Control 1 STM Dump Control 2 mm mm 166B-P 0 114 Purge STM Control 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 90 89 362B-S 0.0 78 77 167B-2P t/h 167B-2P 0.0 9 10 11 12 % % % % 0.00 84 83 231B-S MPa 231B-P 0.0 0.0 126 0.0 1 2 3 4 % % % % MPa MPa MPa 0.0 0.0 118 119B-P 0.00 75 % % % % 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 17 18 19 20 % % % % 0.0 37 38 39 40 Gas Flow Control Air Flow Control Atom Control FWR Control STM Temp Control 165B-1S MPa 165B-1S 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 117 129B-2S C C C 129B-2P 0.0 0.

Superheated Steam 215 NO2 BLR ACC 212 TO AUX STM 2 DESUP HTR (DUMP) 207 206 NO1 BLR ACC (GM3B) (GM42) (GM44) (GM3A) Steam Drum Steam Drum 12 1 0.0 t/h 0 C 8 9 0 C 6 5 (GM51) 0.0 NO2 MFDWPT 214 10 MPa MAIN TURBINE 0.0 MPa Water Drum 0 C 15 0 C 0.0 0.0 MPa Water Drum 0.0MPaG AUX STEAM 202 STEAM DUMP 203 EXH & GLAND EXH STEAM 204 (GM25) 205 CONT OVERVIEW GM41 SUPERHEATED STEAM 4-2-35 S2229/30 .0 t/h No2 Boiler 210 No1 Boiler BLR LEVEL 0.0 MPa 3 208 NO1 MFDWPT 209 MPa (GM11) (GM52) NO2 T/G (GM52) NO1 T/G (GM26) 201 AUXILIARY STEAM 1.0 MPa 211 7 213 0.0 MPa 13 16 14 0.

0 MPa 0 C 26 1ST BLEED 25 220 0.24MPaG PRV 23 17 0.Auxiliary Steam 0 C 214 MAIN TURBINE 3 8 Deaerator 2 (GM11) NO1 T/G 0.0 % 0.5/0.0/0.0MPaG PCV Lock VV ABN (GM11) 205 CONT OVERVIEW GM42 AUXILIARY STEAM 4-2-36 S2229/30 .0 % MAIN OR AUX COND 206 (GM41) SOOT BLOWER (GM45) 13 MCGP4 219 NO2 STM AIR HTR 211 (GM32) BLR ATOM STM M 30 31 (GM31) 209 NO1 STM AIR HTR 212 0.0 MPa 22 21 R 28 37 39 0.00 14 38 Lock VV ABN (GM11) MPa 15 0.0MPaG PRV 201 SH STEAM 1.0 % 6.0 % A M 29 19 34 27 35 M 24 0.0MPaG AUX STEAM 202 STEAM DUMP 203 EXH & GLAND EXH STEAM 204 0.0 % 1.0MPaG AUX STEAM 207 (GM31) 16 (GM43) M 1.0 MPa 0 C 10 2ND BLEED 9 (GM3B) 1.00 215 MFDWPT EXH STM 216 210 MPa 1 (GM25) NO2 T/G (GM52) 0.00 11 0 mm Exh STM Dump V 4 5 MPa (GM26) 217 DESUPERHEATED STEAM 18 12 MPa M 218 213 6 0.00 0.0/1.17MPaG PRV A R 36 32 20 33 0.

0 MPa 0 C 28 27 0 C FO OVERFLOW TK LO SLUDGE TK 29 LO SUMP TK 30 31 LOW SULPHUR FO TK 38 208 HP FEED WATER 209 (GM52) AUX STEAM M 0.0 MPa 34 33 M 1.0 % TAH 205 CONT OVERVIEW (GM42) SH STEAM 201 AUXILIARY STEAM 202 STEAM DUMP 203 EXH & GLAND EXH STEAM 204 GM43 1.1.0 % 32 0.0MPaG Auxiliary Steam NO1 WASTE OIL SETT TK 3 TAH #2 BLR FO SUPPLY DO STOR TK (P) 206 FO SETT TK(P) 1 NO2 WASTE OIL SETT TK 4 TAH TAH (GM72) #1 BLR FO SUPPLY 210 IGG GAS OIL TK INCINE DO TANK G/E LO RENOV TK A/T LO RENOV TK LO RENOV TK NO1 DO SERV TK NO2 DO SERV TK DO STOR TK 37 36 26 FO SIDE TK(P) (GM71) HYDRANT HTR 211 (GM69) 207 LO PURIFIER FWD FO TK CARGO MACH ROOM (GM82) 0.0MPaG Ext Desup HTR SEP BILGE OIL TK FO DRAIN TK TAH FO SIDE TK(S) FO SETT TK(S) 2 0.0MPaG AUX STEAM 4-2-37 S2229/30 .

0MPaG AUX STEAM 203 EXH & GLAND EXH STEAM 204 CONT OVERVIEW 205 GM44 STEAM DUMP 4-2-38 S2229/30 .0 % Main Condenser 0 kPa 31 0 C 30 4 33 32 Dump STM Box 24 25 26 28 Dump Available Dump Steam Press H Main Condenser Vacuum L Main Condenser Sea Water Temp H Aux Condenser Press H 0 mm 210 0 kPa Aux Condenser 5 29 MAIN CANDENSER (GM14) 201 SH STEAM AUXILIARY STEAM 202 1.0 % 11 M 20 16 14 0 9 C 206 LP FEED SYSTEM M 18 (GM53) NO2 Dump STM Ext Desup HTR 3 15 1 Dump Piston VV 208 DESUPERHEATED STEAM 23 22 0.0 % 12 M 21 17 0 10 0 C C (GM41) 209 ACC 0.0 % A 0.00 MPa NO1 Dump STM Ext Desup HTR 13 2 M 19 (GM3B) 0.Steam Dump 207 MCGT5 M 8 6 7 A/S 0.

0MPaG AUX STEAM 203 STEAM DUMP 204 MAIN CONDENSER 23 0 mm 205 CONT OVERVIEW (GM14) ATMOS DRAIN TK GM45 EXH & GLAND EXH STEAM 4-2-39 S2229/30 . & Gland leak Steam TURBO GENERATOR NO2 T/G NO1 T/G 13 10 FEED WATER PUMP NO2 NO1 0 kW 12 208 207 No1 T/G 11 0 kW 9 8 4 206 FEED WTR PUMP 1 (GM26) No2 T/G (GM25) 0.0 % 0.0 (GM52) % MAIN TURBINE 0 kW 0 RPM 30 31 15 14 0.00 MPa 27 25 EXH STM DUMP 26 LP 209 MAIN TURBINE 211 Gland Exh Fan 5 2 0 % (GM42) Lock VV ABN 20 HP (GM11) Lock 29 D R 3 MAIN CONDENSER 17 16 Gland Condenser 21 0 0 C kPa 32 33 28 Lock VV ABN 210 19 18 0 mm 22 LAH LAL 7 6 0 kPa Aux Condenser 201 SH STEAM AUXILIARY STEAM 202 1.Exh.

2 BOILER 22 No. 0 0 7 MPa mm mm 2 34 SUPERHEATED STEAM (GM41) 0 mm 35 24 8 17 12 ECO 0 ℃ Diff. 0 t/h 0. 0 (GM52) No.1 BOILER 6 21 ACC 1 SUPERHEATED STEAM 0. 0 MPa 28 18 ACC (GM3A) FWR 25 0.Boiler Level 208 ACC 204 (GM3A) 31 209 No. 0 15 % 203 CONT OVERVIEW 202 GM51 BLR LEVEL S2229 / 30 . 0 MPa FWR 10 4 VV ABN Lock 29 33 0. 0 % Recirc 0.2 19 16 20 201 HP FEED SYSTEM LP FEED SYSTEM 0.2 No. 0 26 % HP FEED SYSTEM 207 0. 0 Diff. 27 0 mm 0 0 ℃ 0. 0 MPa 23 0.1 9 (GM3A) 205 (GM41) 0. 0 MPa 13 0. 0 t/h No. MPa ECO 206 0.1 14 11 5 % 32 VV ABN Lock FDWPT No.

00 0.00 MPa 97 0 100 0.00 MPa 65 0.0 % Start Fail 44 0.0 MPaG AUX STEAM 70 0 C 40 56 47 0.00 SV MPa 0.00 MPa VV ABN 61 Lock 121 50 0.00 0.0 % 27 A 25 Auto STBY 0.HP Feed System µs/cm No1 BLR No1 BLR M FDW 129 Inj PP TRBL 122 123 124 pH 0.00 MPa L/S 53 A 107 A/S A 106 33 H/S A H/S 16 A M BLR LEVEL 102 14 0.0 ppm 206 101 SAH MODE AUX STEAM 211 Manual Trip Over Speep Trip LO Press LL EXH Steam Press HH Rotor Vib HH Rotor Axial HH Deaerator LVL LL Trip SV ABN Seal W DPL 23 LO PAL 24 LO TAH Recirc 43 VV 48 NO1 MFDWP TURBINE MODE 5 41 42 35 AUX STEAM TRIP Ready ACO 72 71 (GM42) 57 A 58 59 No2 A Start Fail 49 No1 36 26 (GM42) Ready ACO 108 Manual Trip 17 Auto STBY 0.00 MPa 3rd STG FDW HTR 0.00 87 125 126 127 No2 Boiler A/S 52 0 0 0 MCGP8-2 A SV DP DP 213 15 66 13 0.0 % 128 Chemical PP TRBL 0 C 86 0.00 MPa 54 55 L/S ECO (GM51) 4 2 A/S A 115 A/S 105 30 DP PV 216 0.00 MPaDP 32 0.0 mm/s 38 VAH 37 0.00 MPa 95 104 96 0.0 mm/s 60 VAH 51 STBY Select 45 0.0 FWR No1 208 0 mm 0 C A93 89 90 88 0.0 117 ppm 0.0 118 PV ECO 0.00 MPa 64 0.0 119 114 0.00 R 39 29 PRIM LO PP No2 74 R MPa Over Speep Trip LO Press LL 8 EXH Steam Press HH 18 9 Rotor Vib HH 84 Rotor Axial HH 19 92 Deaerator LVL LL 6 7 62 Press MCGP9 PRIM LO PP 28 VV ABN 120 Lock LO Tk LAL Rotor Axial H Power Fail 46 Mode Change No1 21 212 209 (GM41) SH STEAM 207 LO PAL 22 Trip SV ABN LO TAH 20 Seal W DPL 12 LO Tk LAL 110 Rotor Axial H 111 Power Fail 10 11 (GM43) 201 BLR LEVEL LP FEED SYSTEM 202 CONT OVERVIEW 203 GM52 HP FEED SYSTEM 4-2-41 S2229/30 .00 MPa A No2 3 0.00 MPa 31 94 MPa A 63 103 No2 FWR 0 mm 99 1 204 0.00 MPa No1 mm % MCGP8-1 0 % 91 Cold Start FDW PP Lock 116 69 No1 Boiler D R 67 68 34 DEARATOR (GM53) NO2 MFDWP TURBINE TRIP 76 109 77 78 79 80 85 98 81 82 83 112 113 1.00 0.

00 54 40 41 Make Up A 32 34 8 0.0 % A 56 Gland Condenser 48 A 49 M/T REM-CONT 212 W Spray VV 59 A 58 60 208 Aux Condenser M/T AST WATER SPRAY (GM16) 90 62 A PP No 0.0 % 57 0.00 ppm Drain PP 100 PAL 23 PAL D 24 R 105 25 104 19 99 16 0.0 % ACO Function ACO ACO Status Mode Set 20 27 ACO ACO-Off 0 C A 50 47 89 0.0 % 0.0 % Grease Extractor 9 DPAH 10 22 A 7 6 0.00 ppm SAH 0.LP Feed System 82 Deaerator 0 kPa 84 83 0 LALL 85 0 mm 3RD BREED SAH 209 mm 107 0 C 46 A 45 NO2 DIST W TK NO1 DIST W TK 205 PP No ASS Mode Set 28 29 Drain PP ASS Function ASS Status Drain TK Level 3 4 5 3 2 No3 PP ASS No2 PP ASS No3 ASS-Off No2 ASS-Off No1 ASS-Off 31 DIST WATER PLANT Level High 1 106 LALL (GM11) 55 MCGL2 1st STG FDW HTR 97 206 (GM65) 42 30 1 Level Low 2 No1 PP ASS 209 Spill A 43 44 88 (GM52) No2 FDW PP No1 86 87 MFWPT 0 mm 0 C 52 51 0.0 35 % SAH 0.0 C A 61 (GM11) M/C LVL 65 SAH ppm 53 ASS Mode Set 67 ASS Function ASS Status 0.0 % 0.00 kPa94 96 95 92 0 C 93 No2 77 D 101 76 0 mm MAIN CONDENSER 211 0 mm 91 R M/C Conds PP 81 79 ACO Function ACO ACO Status Mode Set 70 69 Lock No2 Lock No1 103 Lock ACO ACO-Off 38 71 LAH No3 37 36 D R 102 80 Lock 72 PAL 74 33 PAL (GM14) 201 BLR LEVEL HP FEED SYSTEM 0 C 202 No1 0.00 MPa (GM44) 73 DUMP STM EXT DESUP HTR 204 ATMOS DRAIN TK 39 0 mm 21 LAL 0 C CONT OVERVIEW 203 GM53 LP FEED SYSTEM 4-2-42 S2229/30 .0 PAL PAL D 17 R 18 15 11 MPaG 98 12 2 1 Main Condenser No2 PP ASS No1 PP ASS 75 No2 ASS-Off No1 ASS-Off Lock High 63 207 DIST WATER PLANT 68 66 Low 64 PAL PAL D 13 R 14 (GM65) 26 0.

Sea Water Circ. System 44 002VPH 0 C 43 10 39 Sea Water Circulation System Condition and Mode Set Condition 1 (Ready) Mode Set Cooling System Available Selected Circ Pump Avail Scoop In VV Avail 40 11 210 8 MCGO3 0 kPa Main Condenser 41 0 C 38 Selected Disch VV Avail Main Condr Out VV Avail 51 Cooling System 9 Normal Auto Cold Sea Aux PP Off Off Off 0.0 % 008VPH Lock VV ABN 25 54 58 23 56 Shaft RPM 19 0 rpm 17 16 Pump Circ Pump Re-circ Ships Speed (Reference) 4 0 rpm 14 5 007VPH 53 57 55 Vacuum Lock VV ABN Telegraph 0 kPa Maneuv 0 kPa 15 R 22 20 R 10% Aux Condenser 10% 18 012VPH 33 31 28 27 Aux Circ Pump Lock 34 35 37 48 D R ACO 32 D R29 30 Main Circ Pump 26 Lock 36 001VPH ACO-Off Low Sea Chest 003VPH 202 203 CCS FW SERVICE D/G COOL LINE 204 Sea Bay 004VPH 205 DIST WATER PLANT DOMESTIC WATER SERV 206 BILGE/WO & SEWAGE 207 High Sea Chest 208 FIRE FIGHT SEA WATER 47 076VPH 201 SEA WATER SERVICE SHIP'S SIDE VALVE 077VPH Scoop Inlet 209 CONT OVERVIEW GM61 SEA WATER CIRC SYSTEM 4-2-43 S2229/30 .0 knot 7 1 50 Control Mode Sea Mode Pump Select Scoop 13 2 49 0 mm 211 MAIN CONDENSER 12 HSC or LSC VV Open 52 Plant Signal Avail 6 46 (GM14) 59 Pump Re-circ Available Condition 2 (Transfer) SET PV 3 0 C 42 020VPH 0.

Sea Water Service System High Sea Chest 22 004VPH 212 DIST WATER PLANT Main CSW PP No2 D Lock 25 13 11 No2 VACUUM PP 9 10 12 3 2 PAL PAL 0 C 1 (GM66) S e a B a y FIRE FIGHT SEA WATER No1 VACUUM PP 213 R ACO ACO-Off D 14 15 (GM69) Lock 21 26 045VPH 20 No1 16 R A 210 MCGO4 19 A 23 18 043VPH CHLORINATOR 003VPH SCOOP SYSTEM 211 Normal Stop Cooling Line 8 6 No2 CCS FW CLR No1 CCS FW CLR Low Sea Chest (GM61) Off 202 203 CCS FW SERVICE D/G COOL LINE 204 DIST WATER PLANT 205 DOMESTIC WATER SERV 17 Auto High Set 7 24 209 CONT OVERVIEW 201 SEA WATER CIRC SYSTEM SHIP'S SIDE VALVE 206 BILGE/WO & SEWAGE 207 FIRE FIGHT SEA WATER 208 GM62 SEA WATER SERVICE 4-2-44 S2229/30 .

B TK 2 No2 17 15 3 W.B TK 076VPH 9 008VPH 001VPH 18 Aux Circ Pump 003VPH 8 No1 Low Sea Chest Scoop Inlet 201 SEA WATER CIRC SYSTEM SEA WATER SERVICE 202 CCS FW SERVICE 203 D/G COOL LINE 204 DIST WATER PLANT 205 DOMESTIC WATER SERV 206 BILGE/WO & SEWAGE 207 FIRE FIGHT SEA WATER 208 CONT OVERVIEW 209 GM63 SHIP'S SIDE VALVE 4-2-45 S2229/30 .Ship Side Valve 24 002VPH 20 0 kPa 22 23 21 19 0 C High Sea Chest 077VPH 7 16 Main Condenser 004VPH 6 036VPJ 5 091VPH 4 020VPH 25 0 mm 210 MAIN CONDENSER 0.0 % (GM14) 12 IGG 1 007VPH Aux Condenser Main Circ Pump Sea Bay No3 W.

0 % M 18 17 0 C 0 C ACO No1 Lock 33 ACO-Off 12 2 3 PAL PAL ACO ACO-Off 28 D R 10 Cargo Mach RM D Lock 37 11 No1 30 R 29 13 D R 38 Lock 34 39 W/H & CCR Unit CLR 201 SEA WATER CIRC SYSTEM SEA WATER SERVICE 202 SHIP'S SIDE VALVE 203 D/G COOL LINE 204 DIST WATER PLANT 205 DOMESTIC WATER SERV 206 BILGE/WO & SEWAGE 207 FIRE FIGHT SEA WATER 208 W/H & CCR Unit CLR CFW Boost Pump CONT OVERVIEW 209 GM64 CCS FW SERVICE 4-2-46 S2229/30 .CCS FW Service CCS FW EXP TK 31 LAL Laboratory S/T LO FW CLR S/T LO CLR 210 (GM83) No2 Mach Cont RM No2 SWBD RM IGG Chiller Water Cooler No2 MFDWP LO CLR No1 MFDWP LO CLR Air Cond Unit Prov Ref Unit Air CLR NO2 T/G 211 Elect&lnst W/S No1 Mach Cont RM No1 SWBD RM ENG W/S No3 Air Comp No2 Air Comp No1 Air Comp Drain CLR (GM25) LO CLR Air CLR NO1 T/G 212 IGG LO CLR (GM24) LO CLR CCS CFW PP 22 No2 D Lock 36 26 24 25 40 R 23 20 21 No2 CCS FW CLR PAL PAL No1 CCS FW CLR 35 Cargo Mach CFW Boost PP No2 6 4 D Lock 15 16 32 8 R 7 5 0.

0 % 47 25 12 M 0 C 0 C 11 10 48 9 0 C D/G COOL FW EXP TK 37 4 0.D/G Cooling System 0 C 28 24 0 C M 22 3 26 29 PAL Jacket 211 NO2 D/G 0 C 0.0 % 30 2 27 PAL Jacket 210 NO1 D/G (GM28) Air & LO (GM27) Air & LO 0.0 % 1 31 M No2 D/G COOL FW CLR Lock 50 23 LAL D 33 0 C 6 5 No1 D/G COOL FW CLR D R49 R34 32 Lock No2 D/G CFW PP No1 D/G CFW PP D/G CSW PP No2 Lock PP No ASS Mode Set 44 51 15 D R 13 14 ACO Function ACO ACO Status Mode Set 35 39 ASS Function ASS Status D/G Run 42 Sea Bay 2 1 No2 PP ASS No1 PP ASS No2 ASS-Off No1 ASS-Off No1 No2 40 PAL PAL 45 43 No1 41 19 20 ACO 38 ACO-Off 36 D 21 206 Lock 201 SEA WATER CIRC SYSTEM SEA WATER SERVICE 202 SHIP'S SIDE VALVE 203 CCS FW SERVICE 204 DIST WATER PLANT 205 52 R 207 BILGE/WO & SEWAGE FIRE FIGHT SEA WATER 208 CONT OVERVIEW 209 DOMESTIC WATER SERV GM65 D/G COOL LINE 4-2-47 S2229/30 .0 % 46 8 7 M 0 C 0.

0 m3 0 C 34 D 47 31 Dist Plant Circ W Tank 0 C 28 22 13 14 0.00 m D 40 S e a B a y Lock 42 R41 NO1 DIST W TK 9 Dist Plant CSW PP 30 0.Distilling Plant 211 LP FEED SYSTEM NO2 DIST W TK (GM53) No2 CC Dist Plant 29 4 2 No1 SWC Dist Plant 0.00 m 27 33 58 SAH Lock D 55 45 No1 No1 Dist Plant Distil PP R44 SAH D 52 51 R56 Lock 57 No2 R53 54 Lock Silver Ion Sterilizer 11 ABN DRINK W TK 15 0.0 m3 D 43 8 7 0.00 m 0.0 % 18 19 To Atmos Drain TK 204 CCS FW SERVICE D/G COOL LINE SAH DEARATOR A 202 35 49 203 205 DOMESTIC WATER SERV 206 (GM42) 207 BILGE/WO & SEWAGE 39 208 FIRE FIGHT SEA WATER 24 A 23 209 CONT OVERVIEW SHIP'S SIDE VALVE GM66 DIST WATER PLANT 4-2-48 S2229/30 .0 m3 3 No2 0.0 m3 0.0 % 36 201 SEA WATER CIRC SYSTEM SEA WATER SERVICE 50 085 VPF 0.00 m FW TK 20 46 Lock R48 No2 Dist Plant Circ W PP 0 C 37 D 10 0.0 ppm 32 38 Lock 21 R16 No1 Dist Plant Circ W PP 087 VPF 210 5 0.

00 m 56 0.00 m To FW Tank Fire Fight FW PP A 59 Lock 10 M 5 FIRE FIGHT FW PRESS TK Hot Water Heater UV Sterilizer No2 Drink W PP Lock 6 17 D R 15 16 1 ASS Sensor Status 20 1ST Auto Sensor 18 ASS Mode Set 22 ASS Function ASS Status TAH DRINK W PRESS TK No2 Hot W Circ PP 4 S/T CFW TK 210 FIRE/BILGE & PP No2 PP ASS No1 PP ASS No2 ASS-Off No1 ASS-Off 36 Mineral Injection Off Off 23 21 2ND Auto Sensor 19 No1 Drink W PP Lock 8 D R 28 Lock 30 43 2 ABN (GM69) DRINK W TK 55 57 FW TK 52 54 No2 FW PP Lock 9 44 D R 38 58 7 0.0 m3 Lock ASS Sensor Status 47 1ST Auto Sensor 45 3 0.0 m3 42 40 0.0 m3 34 0.Domestic Water Service NO2 DIST W TK 41 NO1 DIST W TK 35 33 Deck Serv Form & CO2 RM Gas Bottle RM Accom Accom Accom Accom 0.0 m3 0.00 m 49 50 53 ASS Mode Set ASS Function ASS Status No2 PP ASS No1 PP ASS No2 ASS-Off No1 ASS-Off 27 Off Off FW PRESS TK No1 Hot W Circ PP 48 2ND Auto Sensor 46 211 DIST WTR PLANT 32 ABN A 204 CCS FW SERVICE D/G COOL LINE 205 DIST WATER PLANT No1 FW PP Lock 206 BILGE/WO & SEWAGE 11 D R 207 25 26 208 FIRE FIGHT SEA WATER CONT OVERVIEW 209 (GM66) 201 SEA WATER CIRC SYSTEM SEA WATER SERVICE 202 Silver Ion Sterilizer 203 SHIP'S SIDE VALVE GM67 DOMESTIC WATER SERVICE 4-2-49 S2229/30 .00 m 0.

Bilge/Waste oil and Sewage 13 Bilge Separator Separator OIL CONTENT MONITOR 15 ppm Alarm 51 High 52 Monitor TRBL Waste Oil Trans PP 31 NO1 LAH 12 TAH WASTE OIL SETT TK LAH 14 TAH WASTE OIL SETT TK NO2 INCINERATOR DO SERV TK INCINERATOR 1 15 Lock 32 Normal Bilge Sep Serv PP Lock 54 55 211 LP FEED SYSTEM 56 53 Fire & Bilge PP 34 (GM69) FIRE FIGHT SEA WATER 210 LAH 33 LAH Stop 25 24 23 4 Bilge & GS PP 2 #2 TK Oil Cont High #1 TK Oil Cont High (GM53) DRAIN INSPECTION TK E/R Bilge PP Lock 47 Long Run 43 46 44 SEPARATED BILGE OIL TK FO DRAIN TK D R 26 22 D Lock Lock 5 3 R D 45 R 36 35 ASS ASS-Off 194 VPJ 59 58 193 VPJ 38 37 17 192 VPJ P S 30 40 16 7 191 VPJ A 6 A VACUUM TOILET LAH BILGE WELL AFT 60 48 61 57 A 39 A LAH LAH BILGE WELL STBD FWD 18 Eco Sound Del Comp 8 VOID Trouble LAH LC Auto Off Auto Start Auto Stop 201 SEA WATER CIRC SYSTEM 62 63 202 SEA WATER SERVICE BILGE HOLD TK 203 SHIP'S SIDE VALVE CCS FW SERVICE 204 SEWAGE Treatment Unit 49 Trouble 50 High Level 205 D/G COOL LINE DIST WATER PLANT 206 LAH BILGE WELL MID LC Auto Off LAH 29 SUNKEN 41 42 208 CLEAN DRAIN TK 19 LAH BILGE WELL PORT FWD LC Auto Off 9 LC Auto Off Auto Start Auto Stop 207 BILGE/WO & SEWAGE Auto Start Auto Stop 20 21 Auto Start Auto Stop 10 11 209 CONT OVERVIEW FIRE FIGHT SEA WATER GM68 BILGE/WASTE OIL AND SEWAGE 4-2-50 S2229/30 .

Fire Fighting Sea Water
Fire Line Press PP
4

Lock To Water Spray Line

9 3

0 C
HYD HTR

25

High Sea Chest

0.0 ppm
27 SAH To Atmos Drain TK

26

From Water Spray Line
8 6 7

1

Fire Pump D R

004VPH

A

29

Lock

10

0.0 C
A
5

23

30

Fire & Bilge PP HYV02

Stop
To Hull HYD Line

Fire Station A
31 32

S e a B a y

A HYV03 Main Line From Hull HYD Line
12 17 15

D Lock
11

0.00 MPa
21

R

16

Bilge & GS PP EMCY Fire PP Lock
13 2

Valve Control
28

Ready
20

Auto

18

003VPH

H Y V 0 1 22

H Y V 0 4
19

210 BILGE SYSTEM

LAL Sea Chest
201 SEA WATER CIRC SYSTEM SEA WATER SERVICE

To Hold Eductor

(GM68)

Low Sea Chest

Fresh Water Tank
202 SHIP'S SIDE VALVE 203 CCS FW SERVICE 204 D/G COOL LINE 205 DIST WATER PLANT 206 DOMESTIC WATER SERV 207 BILGE/WO & SEWAGE 208 CONT OVERVIEW 209

GM69 FIRE FIGHTING SEA WATER

4-2-51

S2229/30

No.1 Boiler FO Supply
42

A
206 FO FILL & TRANSFER

20

(GM81)

28

DPH

0.0 m3
41 23 22

21

No1 BNR FS LAL NO1 BLR
203 BURNER 6

FO Burn PP
33 31

Lock

44

No2
36

D R
32

29

25

ACO

ACO-Off

D R
24

Lock No1
43

(GM33)
16

7

0.0 MPa

34 35

PAL PAL

(*ACC)

17

M No2 BLR FO HTR
18

No2 BNR

2

1

0.0 %
ACC

204

0.0
%

(GM3A)
A
207 1.0MPaG AUX STEAM 38

0
kg/h FO CONTROL MODE
5 4

3

0.0 %
37

26 205

Large
13

MCGT7-1

M

Temp

(GM43)
A Small
40 39

0.0 %

27

14

0.0 cst
VISCO

0.0 C

15

12

0.0 C

No1 BLR FO HTR
19 201 NO2 BLR FO SUPPLY

DPH
202 CONT OVERVIEW

GM71 NO1 BLR FO SUPPLY

4-2-52

S2229/30

No.2 Boiler FO Supply
42

A
206 FO FILL & TRANSFER

20

(GM81)

28

DPH

0.0 m3
41 23 22

21

No1 BNR FS LAL NO2 BLR
203 BURNER 6

FO Burn PP
33 31

Lock

44

No4
36

D R
32

29

25

ACO

ACO-Off

D R
24

Lock No3
43

(GM33)
16

7

0.0 MPa

34 35

PAL PAL

(*ACC)

17

M No4 BLR FO HTR
18

No2 BNR

2

1

0.0 %
ACC

204

0.0
%

(GM3A)
A
207 1.0MPaG AUX STEAM 38

0
kg/h FO CONTROL MODE
5 4

3

0.0 %
37

26 205

Large
13

MCGT7-2

M

Temp

(GM43)
A Small
40 39

0.0 %

27

14

0.0 cst
VISCO

0.0 C

15

12

0.0 C

No3 BLR FO HTR
19 201 NO1 BLR FO SUPPLY

DPH
202 CONT OVERVIEW

GM72 NO2 BLR FO SUPPLY

4-2-53

S2229/30

FO Filling &Transfer
INCINERAT DO SERV TK
81 82

EMERG GEN DO SERV TK
73

SHORE CONN

F0V2
39 29 100

FWD FO TK
27

LAH LAL

0 0.0
99

m3
28

FWD FO F0V1 Transfer PP
11 8

1

LAL

0
30

m
98

D R9
103

0.00

MPa

%

F0V3 213VPL
102 Lock 46

LAH 212VPL
0.0
31

0.0

%

10

Lock

F0V6
41

F0V5
0.0
40 32

101 Lock 12

F0V4
3

R96
105 ABN 44

%
42

IGG GAS OIL TK
89

DO STOR TK (P)
85

76

NO2 GEN DO SERV TK
0
74

NO1 GEN DO SERV TK
68

DO STOR TK (S)
59

FO SETT TK(P) 50 47 WDH
48

FO SIDE TK (P)
0

0

87

m3
88

0

83

m3
84

m3
75

0

66

m3
67

0

57

m3
58

0

m3
49

m3
43

% 104 ABN LOW SULPH TK FO SETT TK(S) 13 WDH 35 16 33 14 0 m3 0 m3
34

R93

0.0
2

% FO SIDE TK (S) 6
4

0 0
7

m3
5

0
90 91

m

0
86

m

0.00
79 80

m

0.00
71 72

m

0
60

m

0.00 LC Auto Off
53 LAH 52 TAH 54 LAL

m

51 45

0

m
36

0

m

0.00 LC Auto Off

15

m

m

17

LAH LAL

LAH

LAH LAL

LAH LAL

LAH

LAH

LAH
0
37

LAH

Auto Start Auto Stop (GM72)
205 NO2 BLR FO

55 56

C

19 LAH 18 TAH

Auto Start Auto Stop

20 LAL

21 22

DO Trans PP Lock
97 63

HFO Trans PP 24 D Lock
95 94 23 26

R

25

(GM71)
204 NO1 BLR FO 203 CONT OVERVIEW

92 201 LO PURIF & TRANSFER

FO OVER FLOW
202

65

LAH

FO OVERFLOW TK

ASS

ASS-Off

STERN TUBE LO SYSTEM

GM81 FO FILLING & TRANSFER

4-2-54

S2229/30

LO Purifier & Transfer
PORT STBD
20

Water Extract Filter Drain LH

204

G/E LO RENOV TK

G/E LO STOR TK

LO STOR TK

LO RENOV TK

A/T LO A/T LO STOR TK RENOV TK

A/S

1.0MPaG AUX STEAM

(GM43)
9

0.0 C

Heater

LO Purif Lock 14
13

4

LO Trans PP Lock
21

LO DAILY TK
22

19

LAH

5

TRBL

LO DRAIN TK
15

DPAH

LO Purif Feed PP 6 DPAH
16

S/T LO PUMP

206

Lock
205

(GM12)
M/T LO SYSTEM

(GM83)

LO SLUDGE TK
17

LAH

NO1 AUX G/E LO SUMP TK
201 FO FILLING & TRANSFER

NO2 AUX G/E LO SUMP TK
STERN TUBE LO SYSTEM

NO1 FDWPT LO SUMP TK
202

NO2 FDWPT LO SUMP TK

NO1 T/G NO2 T/G LO SUMP LO SUMP TK TK

S/T LO DRAIN TK

LO SUMP TK
203 CONT OVERVIEW

GM82 LO PURIFIER & TRANSFER

4-2-55

S2229/30

Stern Tube LO System
PAL
1

S/T LO AFT SEAL TK
4 5

PAH 2 PAL
3

Air Control Unit

LAH LAL

AFT BRG AFT S AFT P

S/T LO FWD SEAL TK
16 20

0.0 C

LAL

24

DPAH

S/T LO Cooler

0.0 C

21

204 CCS FW SERVICE

(GM64)

15

13

S/T LO PP
10

No2 Lock
25

D R
14

9

7

6

ACO
11

ACO-Off

D R
8 22

No1 Lock DPAH

FAL

26

DPAH

23

Drain Collection Unit
19

S/T LO DRAIN TK
27

205 LO PURIF & TRANSFER

LAH

LAH

(GM82)
201 FO FILLING & TRANSFER LO PURIF & TRANSFER 202 CONT OVERVIEW 203

GM83 STERN TUBE LO SYSTEM

4-2-56

S2229/30

E/R Gas and Fire Fighting GAS DETECTION SYSTEM Gas Detection System 35 36 24 FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM Normal Local Fire Fight(Water Fog) Release Alarm 3 4 1 Normal Engine Room 2nd Deck E/R Vent Fan Room Boiler Space (30%) Boiler Space (60%) No1 BLR Top No2 BLR Top NO1 D/G NO2 D/G IGG Room Incinerator FO Pump Room (STBD) FO Pump Room (PORT) No1 FO Heat Room No2 FO Heat Room Common FW TK Level 2 5 6 7 8 9 37 38 FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM CO2 Fire Extinguish System M a i n E M C Y P o w e r P o w e r 10 Normal Normal 25 11 12 26 Pre Release Alarm 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 Main SWBD Room Paint Store E/G & ESB Room Cargo Mach Room HV Trans Room Mach Cont Room Cargo Motor Room Instru & W/Shop Pre Release Alarm 13 14 High Exp Foam Discharge Alarm 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Normal Engine Room Steer Eng Room IGG Room FO Pump Room (STBD) Incinerator NO1 D/G NO2 D/G No1 FO Heat Room No2 FO Heat Room 202 CONT OVERVIEW 201 FIRE DETECT GM91 E/R GAS AND FIRE FIGHT 4-2-57 S2229/30 .

Fire Detecting 4 NAV DK 1 5 G DK F DK E DK D DK C DK B DK A DK Upp DK 2nd DK 3rd DK 20 Normal 2 Fire Detection System Engine Room Accommodation Space 6 3 7 8 18 E/R Casing 9 10 11 Cargo Mach RM 21 12 Cargo MTR RM 19 13 Forward STR 17 Steer Eng RM 14 15 4TH DK Tank Top 16 201 E/R GAS & FIRE FIGHT CONT OVERVIEW 202 GM92 FIRE DETECT 4-2-58 S2229/30 .

Engine Room Vent Fan FWD 17 18 2 1 D Lock 26 D Engine Room Temp 20 R 19 R 3 21 Lock No2 E/R Supply Fan 0 C No1 E/R Supply Fan (Reversible) 4 Stop 14 15 11 12 9 8 6 5 D Lock 25 D Lock 24 D R 10 23 D Lock R 7 22 R 16 R 13 Lock No4 E/R Supply Fan No2 E/R Exhaust Fan No1 E/R Exhaust Fan No3 E/R Supply Fan 201 VENTILATION COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM 202 REF & AIR COND 203 STEER GEAR & MISC 204 CONT OVERVIEW 205 GMA1 E/R VENT FAN 4-2-59 S2229/30 .

Ventilation System Bridge Deck G Deck F Deck E Deck D Deck Waste Oil Sett TK Exh Fan 20 Upper Deck FWD Store Exh Fan 1 Lock 1 Tank 28 C Deck Lock 35 FWD EL RM Sup Fan 2 B Deck A Deck No2 Vent Duct Exh Fan 21 11 16 Lock 29 D R ACO 12 No1 Vent Duct Exh Fan D R 8 7 4 Upper Deck Lock FWD Store Flat Steer Gear RM Sup Fan 26 EMCY Fire PP RM Sup Fan 27 Lock 36 ACO-Off No1 FO Heat RM Exh Fan D R 14 13 17 31 No2 FO Heat RM Exh Fan 25 Work Shop Exh Fan 5 D R 22 2nd Deck FWD PP RM Exh Fan 3 Lock 40 Lock 39 Lock 37 23 15 34 Lock No1 FO PP RM Exh Fan D R 9 6 Steering Gear RM Lock No2 FO PP RM Exh Fan 18 24 D 38 R 19 10 33 Lock 3rd Deck Lock 30 Engine RM 201 E/R VENT COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM 202 REF & AIR COND 203 STEER GEAR & MISC 204 CONT OVERVIEW 205 GMA2 VENTILATION 4-2-60 S2229/30 .

00 35 No2 No1 Main Second 52 MPa PAL PAL START AIR No2 D/G Start Air Comp Lock 60 48 40 D R ASS Sensor Status 39 No2 D/G Receiv 41 23 17 0.00 44 204 STEER GEAR & MISC MPa (GM27) 205 CONT OVERVIEW GMA3 COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM 4-2-61 S2229/30 .00 MPa No1 D/G 208 0.00 MPa General Service Air Receiver Off ASS ASS-Off Fail 30 ASS Sensor Status GS Receiv 55 54 Air PAL Receiver Deck Use Accom 0.00 MPa No2 D/G Start Air Receiver E/G Start Air Comp 13 (GM28) 207 ASS ASS-Off Off C PAL 10 E/G 49 ASS 45 ASS-Off 42 No1 D/G Start Air Comp Lock 61 201 E/R VENT VENTILATION 202 REF & AIR COND D R 203 24 ASS Sensor Status 43 No1 D/G Receiv Off No1 D/G Start Air Receiver 18 (GM29) E/G Start Air Receiver 0.Compressed Air System COMPRESSED AIR 53 29 Fail D R26 25 15 Fire Station E/R GS Air Line 5 No3 Air Comp Lock 57 56 0.00 MPa No2 D/G 206 0.00 MPa E/R Cont Air Line N2 Generator 11 62 Cont Use 31 No2 Air Comp Lock 58 CP No 46 ASS Function ASS Mode Set ASS Status D R 27 28 Cargo Mach RM Control Air Dryer 19 14 20 12 32 2 1 No2 CP ASS 47 No2 ASS-Off 33 ASS Sensor Status Cont Receiv 1ST AUTO 2ND AUTO Air Pressurized Lights Normal 1 6 PAL PAL EMCY 1 8 PAL 7 9 Off Off No1 CP ASS No1 ASS-Off 36 Control Air Receiver 16 Fail Fail Main Second Normal 2 1 PAL PAL EMCY 2 3 PAL 2 4 No1 Air Comp Lock 59 37 D R Fail 38 34 0.

Refrigirator & Air Conditioner REFRIGERATOR Vegetable Room 27 AIR CONDITIONER No2 Air Conditioner 1 10 7 Lock In Alarm Defrost Off Fish Room Defrost 23 Gas Leak High TAH TAL Chiler Unit Lobby Defrost 14 8 9 No1 Air Conditioner 2 Off 21 Gas Leak High 22 Off 15 16 Chiler Unit TAH Gas Leak High TAH Air Conditioner Expansion TK 3 LAL Meat Room Defrost A Lock 28 Off 26 24 Gas Leak High 25 Dairy Room Defrost 17 18 13 31 TAH Off Gas Leak High TAH TAL No2 Prov Ref Comp 12 RETRIGERANT GAS LEAK Air Cond Room 1 Air Cond Room 2 Air Cond Room 3 4 A 32 11 High High High 19 20 Lock 5 No1 Prov Ref Comp 6 201 E/R VENT VENTILATION 202 COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM 203 STEER GEAR & MISC 204 CONT OVERVIEW 206 GMA4 REFRIGERATOR & AIR CONDITIONER 4-2-62 .

Steering Gear and Miscellaneous

STEERING GEAR
Over Load No Volt Phase Fail
13 14 22 15 12 5 6 7

Over Load No Volt Phase Fail

Lock

Lock

21

8

No1 Steering Gear Motor

No2 Steering Gear Motor Cont Motor

Normal
Auto lsolation System
11

16

Normal

9

Hydraulic Oil Tank Level No1 No2
19 20

Auto Pilot System No1 No2
17 18

LAL LAL

Power Fail Power Fail

Normal

LIFT
Lift Alarm

GENERAL ALARM Off
1

CO2 CONCENTRATE
2

System Power

Normal

Cabin Public Space

3 4

High High

PATROLMAN ALARM
System Condition System Power Patrolman Alarm

EXTENSION ALARM Off
24 25 26 23

Normal Normal

System Power

Normal

201 E/R VENT VENTILATION

202 COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM

203 REF & AIR COND

204 CONT OVERVIEW

205

GMA5 STEERING GEAR & MISCELLANEOUS

4-2-63

S2229/30

Motor List - Main Turbine
MAIN TURBINE DESCRIPTION
1 2 42 GSP1 EMCY Stop PWR Source Fail 43 GSP2 EMCY Stop PWR Source Fail 44 FWD DB EMCY Stop PWR Source Fail

MOTOR STATUS
D R 3
5 6 4

RUN HOUR (h)
37

STATOR COIL(C)

U

V

W

MAIN GRAPHIC

No1 Cont Oil PP

Lock

19

Stop

24 20

PAL PAL

ACO Mode Set ACO
26

ACO Status ACO-Off
27

0
216 GM16

No2 Cont Oil PP
9

D R 7

8

Lock
Stop

25

38

0

Turning Gear
11 12

10

Lock
Stop

21

39

0 ASS Mode Set No1 PP ASS ASS Mode Set No2 PP ASS
35 28

No1 Aux LO PP

D R
13

14

Lock
Stop

22

ASS Status No1 ASS-Off ASS Status No2 ASS-Off
29

30

Shaft Rev 0

ACO Status 32

40

ACO-Off ACO

0
GM12 41

ACO Mode Set 33

217

15 16

No2 Aux LO PP

D R17

18

Lock
Stop

23

36

LO P Low
31

Off

34

PAL

0

202 MOTOR LIST2 MOTOR LIST3

203 MOTOR LIST4

204 MOTOR LIST5

205 MOTOR LIST6

206 MOTOR LIST7

207 MOTOR LIST8

208 MOTOR LIST9

209 MOTOR LIST10

210 MOTOR LIST11

211 MOTOR LIST12

212 MOTOR LIST13

213 MOTOR LIST14

214 MOTOR LIST15

215 CONT OVERVIEW

201

GMM1 MOTOR LIST(1/15)

4-2-64

S2229/30

Motor List - Electrical Generator
ELECTRICAL DESCRIPTION
1

MOTOR STATUS
D R
5 2 4 3

RUN HOUR (h) ASS Status 22 ASS-Off ASS Senser Status 23 Off ASS Senser Status 26 Off ASS No1 D/G Run
29 33

STATOR COIL(C)

U

V

W

MAIN GRAPHIC
216 GM25

No1 T/G LO Prim PP No2 T/G LO Prim PP
9

Lock

17

Stop
18

ASS Mode Set 21 ASS ASS Mode Set 24 ASS ASS Mode Set 27 ASS ASS Mode Set 30 ASS

0
34

D R D R

6 7

8

Lock
Stop

ASS Status 25 ASS-Off ASS Status 28 ASS-Off ASS Status 31 ASS-Off

217 GM26

0

10 11

No1 D/G LO Prim PP
13

12

Lock
Stop

19

35

218 GM27

0
36

No2 D/G LO Prim PP

D R

14 15

16

Lock
Stop

20

No2 D/G Run
32

219 GM28

0

201 MOTOR LIST1 MOTOR LIST3

203 MOTOR LIST4

204 MOTOR LIST5

205 MOTOR LIST6

206 MOTOR LIST7

207 MOTOR LIST8

208 MOTOR LIST9

209 MOTOR LIST10

210 MOTOR LIST11

211 MOTOR LIST12

212 MOTOR LIST13

213 MOTOR LIST14

214 MOTOR LIST15

215 CONT OVERVIEW

202

GMM2 MOTOR LIST(2/15)

4-2-65

S2229/30

Motor List - Boiler & Steam
BOILER DESCRIPTION
1

MOTOR STATUS
D R
6 2 3 7 8 12 4

RUN HOUR (h)
25

STATOR COIL(C)

U
29

V
30

W
31

MAIN GRAPHIC

No1 FD Fan

Lock
5

19

Stop

0

A
9

0

0

0

No2 FD Fan
11

D R D R

Lock
10

Stop

20

26

32

33

34

A
14

0
27

0

0

0

216 GM31

No1 BLR F/E Seal Air Fan
15

Lock
Stop

21

13 16 17

ACO Mode Set ACO
22

23

ACO Status ACO-Off
24

0
28

No2 BLR F/E Seal Air Fan

D R

18

Lock
Stop

0

STEAM DESCRIPTION
35

MOTOR STATUS
D R
36 37 38

RUN HOUR (h)
40

STATOR COIL(C)

U

V

W

MAIN GRAPHIC
217 GM45

Gland Exh Fan

Lock

39

Stop

0

201 MOTOR LIST1 MOTOR LIST2

202 MOTOR LIST4

204 MOTOR LIST5

205 MOTOR LIST6

206 MOTOR LIST7

207 MOTOR LIST8

208 MOTOR LIST9

209 MOTOR LIST10

210 MOTOR LIST11

211 MOTOR LIST12

212 MOTOR LIST13

213 MOTOR LIST14

214 MOTOR LIST15

215 CONT OVERVIEW

203

GMM3 MOTOR LIST(3/15)

4-2-66

S2229/30

Motor List - Feed & Condensate
FEED SYSTEM 1 DESCRIPTION
1

MOTOR STATUS
39

RUN HOUR (h)

STATOR COIL(C)

U

V

W

MAIN GRAPHIC

No1 MFDWPT
2

Stop

29

Ready
44

ACO

Auto STBY

68 40 41 45 46 70 216 GM52 43

STBY Select
42

0
69

Press
Mode Change

ACO

Auto STBY

No2 MFDWPT
3

Stop
4 5

Ready
30 31

0

Cold Start FDW PP
7

D R

6

Lock
Stop

0
71

No1 MFDWPT Prim LO PP
8

Stop

32

0
72

No2 MFDWPT Prim LO PP
9

Stop
10 11

33 34

0 ASS Mode Set No1 PP ASS
47

No1 M/C Conds PP
13

D R D R

12

Lock
Stop

ASS Status No1 ASS-Off ASS Status No2 ASS-Off ASS Status
57 48

Cond LV Level High
49

ACO Status 51

73

ACO-Off ACO

0
74

ACO Mode Set 52 53 54

14 15

16

Lock
Stop

35

ASS Mode Set 55 No2 PP ASS ASS Mode Set No1 PP ASS

56

No2 M/C Conds PP
17

Level Low
50

PAL PAL
61

0
75

No1 Drain PP
21

D R D R

18 19

20

Lock
Stop

36

No1 ASS-Off ASS Status No2 ASS-Off

58

Drain TK Level Level High
59

ACO Status ACO-Off ACO Mode Set 62 ACO
63 64 65

217 GM53

0

22

24

Lock
Stop

37

ASS Mode Set No2 PP ASS

78

79

76

No2 Drain PP
25

23 26 27

0
77

No3 Drain PP

D R

28

Lock
Stop

38

ASS Mode Set No3 PP ASS

66

ASS Status 67 No3 ASS-Off

Level Low
60

No1 PAL No2 PAL No3 PAL

0

201 MOTOR LIST1 MOTOR LIST2

202 MOTOR LIST3

203 MOTOR LIST5

205 MOTOR LIST6

206 MOTOR LIST7

207 MOTOR LIST8

208 MOTOR LIST9

209 MOTOR LIST10

210 MOTOR LIST11

211 MOTOR LIST12

212 MOTOR LIST13

213 MOTOR LIST14

214 MOTOR LIST15

215 CONT OVERVIEW

204

GMM4 MOTOR LIST(4/15)

4-2-67

S2229/30

Motor List - Vacuum Pump
FEED SYSTEM 2 DESCRIPTION
1

MOTOR STATUS
D R
5 2 3 4

RUN HOUR (h)
15

STATOR COIL(C)

U

V

W

MAIN GRAPHIC
216 GM14

No1 Main Conds Vac PP No2 Main Conds Vac PP

Lock

9

Stop

11

PAL

ACO Mode Set ACO

0 ACO Status ACO-Off
14 16

13

D R

6 7

8

Lock
Stop

10 12

PAL

0

201 MOTOR LIST1 MOTOR LIST2

202 MOTOR LIST3

203 MOTOR LIST4

204 MOTOR LIST6

206 MOTOR LIST7

207 MOTOR LIST8

208 MOTOR LIST9

209 MOTOR LIST10

210 MOTOR LIST11

211 MOTOR LIST12

212 MOTOR LIST13

213 MOTOR LIST14

214 MOTOR LIST15

215 CONT OVERVIEW

205

GMM5 MOTOR LIST(5/15)

4-2-68

S2229/30

Motor List .Cooling Water System WATER SYSTEM 1 DESCRIPTION 1 MOTOR STATUS MOTOR STATUS D R 5 2 3 4 RUN HOUR (h) 63 STATOR COIL(C) U V W MAIN GRAPHIC 216 GM61 Main Circ PP Lock Stop 37 ACO Mode Set ACO 47 ACO Status ACO-Off 48 0 64 Aux Circ PP 9 D R D R 6 7 8 Lock Stop 38 39 0 65 49 10 11 12 No1 Main CSW PP 13 Lock Stop PAL ACO Mode Set ACO 51 ACO Status ACO-Off 52 0 66 217 GM62 No2 Main CSW PP D R 14 15 16 Lock Stop 40 50 PAL Normal Auto 54 53 0 41 67 Chlorinator 17 Stop 18 19 42 0 68 No1 CCS CFW PP 21 D R D R 20 Lock Stop 55 PAL ACO Mode Set ACO 0 ACO Status ACO-Off 58 69 57 22 23 24 Lock Stop 43 56 44 No2 CCS CFW PP 25 PAL PAL 0 70 218 GM64 No1 Cargo Mach CFW Boost PP 29 D R D R 26 27 28 Lock Stop 59 ACO Mode Set ACO 0 ACO Status ACO-Off 62 71 61 30 31 No2 Cargo Mach CFW Boost PP 33 32 Lock Stop 45 60 PAL 0 72 W/H & CCR Unit CLR CFW Boost PP D R 34 35 36 Lock Stop 46 0 201 MOTOR LIST1 MOTOR LIST2 202 MOTOR LIST3 203 MOTOR LIST4 204 MOTOR LIST5 205 MOTOR LIST7 207 MOTOR LIST8 208 MOTOR LIST9 209 MOTOR LIST10 210 MOTOR LIST11 211 MOTOR LIST12 212 MOTOR LIST13 213 MOTOR LIST14 214 MOTOR LIST15 215 CONT OVERVIEW 206 GMM6 MOTOR LIST(6/15) 4-2-69 S2229/30 .

Motor List .Cooling Water System WATER SYSTEM 2 DESCRIPTION 1 MOTOR STATUS D R 5 2 3 4 RUN HOUR (h) 61 STATOR COIL(C) U V W MAIN GRAPHIC No1 D/G CFW PP Lock Stop 41 0 62 No2 D/G CFW PP 9 D R D R 6 7 8 Lock Stop 42 0 ASS Mode Set ASS Status 51 216 GM65 10 11 12 No1 D/G CSW PP 13 Lock Stop 43 No1 PP ASS ASS Mode Set No1 ASS-Off ASS Status 52 D/G Run No1 53 ACO Status 55 63 ACO-Off ACO 0 64 ACO Mode Set 56 57 58 No2 D/G CSW PP 17 D R D R 14 15 16 Lock Stop 44 No2 PP ASS 59 60 No2 ASS-Off No2 54 PAL PAL 0 65 18. 19 No1 Dist Plant Circ W PP 21 20 Lock Stop 45 0 66 No2 Dist Plant Circ W PP 25 D R D R 22 23 24 Lock Stop 46 0 67 No1 Dist Plant Distil PP 29 26 27 28 Lock Stop 47 0 GM66 68 217 No2 Dist Plant Distil PP 33 D R D R 30 31 32 Lock Stop 48 0 69 34 35 No1 Dist Plant CSW PP 37 36 Lock Stop 49 0 70 No2 Dist Plant CSW PP D R 38 39 40 Lock Stop 50 0 201 MOTOR LIST1 MOTOR LIST2 202 MOTOR LIST3 203 MOTOR LIST4 204 MOTOR LIST5 205 MOTOR LIST6 206 MOTOR LIST8 208 MOTOR LIST9 209 MOTOR LIST10 210 MOTOR LIST11 211 MOTOR LIST12 212 MOTOR LIST13 213 MOTOR LIST14 214 MOTOR LIST15 215 CONT OVERVIEW 207 GMM7 MOTOR LIST(7/15) 4-2-70 .

Fresh Water System WATER SYSTEM 3 DESCRIPTION 1 MOTOR STATUS D R 5 2 3 4 RUN HOUR (h) ASS Status No1 ASS-Off ASS Status No2 ASS-Off ASS Status No1 ASS-Off ASS Status   1ST Auto Senser 33 43 STATOR COIL(C) U V W MAIN GRAPHIC Lock Stop No1 FW PP 24 ASS Mode Set No1 PP ASS ASS Mode Set No2 PP ASS 31 32 Off 0 No2 FW PP 9 D R 6 7 8 Lock Stop 25 35 36   2ND Auto Senser 34 44 Off 0 No1 Drink W PP 13 D R D R 10 11 12 Lock Stop 26 ASS Mode Set No1 PP ASS 37 38   1ST Auto Senser 39 45 Off 0 46 216 GM67 14 15 16 No2 Drink W PP 17 Lock Stop 27 ASS Mode Set No2 PP ASS 41 42   2ND Auto Senser 40 No2 ASS-Off Off 0 18 Lock 19 Fire Fight FW PP 20 Stop 28 47 A 21 0 No1 Hot W Circ PP 22 23 Lock Stop 29 48 0 49 Lock No2 Hot W Circ PP Stop 30 0 201 MOTOR LIST1 MOTOR LIST2 202 MOTOR LIST3 203 MOTOR LIST4 204 MOTOR LIST5 205 MOTOR LIST6 206 MOTOR LIST7 207 MOTOR LIST9 209 MOTOR LIST10 210 MOTOR LIST11 211 MOTOR LIST12 212 MOTOR LIST13 213 MOTOR LIST14 214 MOTOR LIST15 215 CONT OVERVIEW 208 GMM8 MOTOR LIST(8/15) 4-2-71 S2229/30 .Motor List .

Motor List .Fire & Bilge System WATER SYSTEM 4 DESCRIPTION 1 2 MOTOR STATUS Lock Stop 3 4 5 22 RUN HOUR (h) 31 STATOR COIL(C) U V W MAIN GRAPHIC Bilge Sep Serv PP D R 8 6 7 9 0 23 E/R Bilge PP Lock Long Run Lock Stop ASS Mode Set 29 ASS 32 ASS Status ASS-Off 30 0 33 216 GM68 24 Waste Oil Trans PP 10 Stop 11 12 15 16 0 34 Fire & Bilge PP 14 D R D R 13 Lock Stop 25 0 26 35 17 Bilge & GS PP 18 Lock Stop 0 27 36 19 Fire Line Press PP 20 21 Lock Stop 0 37 GM69 38 39 40 217 Lock Stop 28 EMCY Fire PP 0 0 0 0 201 MOTOR LIST1 MOTOR LIST2 202 MOTOR LIST3 203 MOTOR LIST4 204 MOTOR LIST5 205 MOTOR LIST6 206 MOTOR LIST7 207 MOTOR LIST8 208 MOTOR LIST10 210 MOTOR LIST11 211 MOTOR LIST12 212 MOTOR LIST13 213 MOTOR LIST14 214 MOTOR LIST15 215 CONT OVERVIEW 209 GMM9 MOTOR LIST(9/15) 4-2-72 S2229/30 .

O. System FO SYSTEM DESCRIPTION 1 MOTOR STATUS D R 5 2 3 4 RUN HOUR (h) 29 STATOR COIL(C) U V W MAIN GRAPHIC 216 GM71 Lock Stop 17 No1 FO Burn PP 21 PAL ACO Mode Set ACO 23 0 ACO Status ACO-Off 24 30 No2 FO Burn PP 9 D R 6 7 8 Lock Stop 18 22 PAL PAL 31 0 No3 FO Burn PP 13 D R D R 10 11 12 Lock Stop 19 25 ACO Mode Set ACO 27 0 ACO Status ACO-Off 28 32 GM72 217 14 15 16 No4 FO Burn PP Lock Stop 20 26 PAL 0 201 MOTOR LIST1 MOTOR LIST2 202 MOTOR LIST3 203 MOTOR LIST4 204 MOTOR LIST5 205 MOTOR LIST6 206 MOTOR LIST7 207 MOTOR LIST8 208 MOTOR LIST9 209 MOTOR LIST11 211 MOTOR LIST12 212 MOTOR LIST13 213 MOTOR LIST14 214 MOTOR LIST15 215 CONT OVERVIEW 210 GMMA MOTOR LIST(10/15) 4-2-73 S2229/30 .Motor List .F.

D.O.Motor List .F. & L.DO & LO SYSTEM DESCRIPTION 1 MOTOR STATUS D R 5 2 3 4 RUN HOUR (h) 39 STATOR COIL(C) U V W MAIN GRAPHIC Lock Stop 25 FWD FO Trans PP 0 26 HFO Trans PP 9 D R 6 7 8 Lock Stop ASS Mode Set 33 ASS ASS Status ASS-Off 34 40 216 GM81 0 41 10 Lock Stop 27 DO Trans PP 11 12 0 Lock Stop 28 LO Purif 13 14 Normal 35 42 0 43 217 GM82 LO Purif Feed PP 15 16 Lock Stop 29 0 LO Trans PP 17 Lock Stop 30 44 0 31 45 No1 S/T LO PP 21 D R D R 18 19 22 23 20 Lock Stop ACO Mode Set 36 ACO Status ACO-Off 38 0 GM83 46 24 Lock Stop FAL ACO 37 218 32 No2 S/T LO PP 0 201 MOTOR LIST1 MOTOR LIST2 202 MOTOR LIST3 203 MOTOR LIST4 204 MOTOR LIST5 205 MOTOR LIST6 206 MOTOR LIST7 207 MOTOR LIST8 208 MOTOR LIST9 209 MOTOR LIST10 210 MOTOR LIST12 212 MOTOR LIST13 213 MOTOR LIST14 214 MOTOR LIST15 215 CONT OVERVIEW 211 GMMB MOTOR LIST(11/15) 4-2-74 S2229/30 .O.O. System FO.

Motor List .Vent Fans MISCELLANEOUS 1 DESCRIPTION 1 MOTOR STATUS D R 5 2 3 4 RUN HOUR (h) 53 STATOR COIL(C) U V W MAIN GRAPHIC No1 E/R Supply Fan (Rev) No2 E/R Supply Fan 9 Lock 41 Stop 0 42 54 D R D R 6 7 8 Lock Stop 0 43 10 11 12 No3 E/R Supply Fan 13 Lock Stop 55 0 44 56 216 GMA1 No4 E/R Supply Fan 17 D R D R 14 15 16 Lock Stop 0 45 57 18 19 20 No1 E/R Exhaust Fan 21 Lock Stop 0 58 No2 E/R Exhaust Fan 25 D R 22 23 24 Lock Stop 46 0 47 59 No1 Vent Duct Exhaust Fan 29 D R D R 26 27 28 Lock Stop ACO Mode Set 48 0 ACO Status ACO-Off 52 60 217 GM31 30 31 No2 Vent Duct Exhaust Fan 33 32 Lock Stop ACO 51 0 49 61 No1 FO Pump RM Exhaust Fan 37 D R D R 34 35 36 Lock Stop 0 50 62 218 GMA2 38 39 No2 FO Pump RM Exhaust Fan 40 Lock Stop 0 201 MOTOR LIST1 MOTOR LIST2 202 MOTOR LIST3 203 MOTOR LIST4 204 MOTOR LIST5 205 MOTOR LIST6 206 MOTOR LIST7 207 MOTOR LIST8 208 MOTOR LIST9 209 MOTOR LIST10 210 MOTOR LIST11 211 MOTOR LIST13 213 MOTOR LIST14 214 MOTOR LIST15 215 CONT OVERVIEW 212 GMMC MOTOR LIST(12/15) 4-2-75 S2229/30 .

Compressor & Vent Fan MISCELLANEOUS 2 DESCRIPTION 1 MOTOR STATUS D R 6 2 3 4 5 RUN HOUR (h) ASS Status No1 ASS-Off ASS Status No2 ASS-Off ASS Status ASS-Off ASS Status ASS-Off ASS Status ASS-Off 57 54 51 45 STATOR COIL(C) U V W MAIN GRAPHIC No1 Air Comp Lock Fail Lock Fail Lock Fail Lock Stop 34 ASS Mode Set No1 CP ASS 44 ASS Sensor Status Cont Receiv 1ST Auto 46 59 0 60 No2 Air Comp 11 D R D R 7 8 Off Off 0 216 GMA3 9 10 Stop 35 ASS Mode Set 48 No2 CP ASS ASS Mode Set 50 ASS ASS Mode Set 53 ASS ASS Mode Set 56 ASS 49 2ND Auto 47 12 13 14 15 No3 Air Comp 16 Stop 36 ASS Sensor Status GS Receiv 52 61 0 62 Off No1 D/G Start Air Comp 20 D R D R 17 18 19 ASS Sensor Status 55 Stop 37 Off 0 63 21 22 No2 D/G Start Air Comp FWD EL RM Supply Fan FWD PP RM Exhaust Fan FWD Store Exhaust Fan Work Shop Exhaust Fan 32 24 23 Lock Stop 38 ASS Sensor Status 58 Off 0 64 25 Lock Stop 39 0 65 26 27 Lock Stop 40 0 217 GMA2 28 29 Lock Stop 41 66 0 30 67 Stop 42 0 Waste Oil SETT TK Exhaust Fan 33 Lock Stop 43 68 0 201 MOTOR LIST1 MOTOR LIST2 202 MOTOR LIST3 203 MOTOR LIST4 204 MOTOR LIST5 205 MOTOR LIST6 206 MOTOR LIST7 207 MOTOR LIST8 208 MOTOR LIST9 209 MOTOR LIST10 210 MOTOR LIST11 211 MOTOR LIST12 212 MOTOR LIST14 214 MOTOR LIST15 215 CONT OVERVIEW 213 GMMD MOTOR LIST(13/15) 4-2-76 S2229/30 .Motor List .

Room Fans MISCELLANEOUS 3 DESCRIPTION 1 MOTOR STATUS D R 5 2 3 6 7 4 RUN HOUR (h) 17 STATOR COIL(C) U V W MAIN GRAPHIC No1 FO Heat RM Exhaust Fan No2 FO Heat RM Exhaust Fan 9 Lock Stop 13 0 14 D R 8 Lock Stop 18 0 216 GMA2 Steering Gear RM Supply Fan 11 10 Lock Stop 15 19 0 20 EMCY Fire PP RM Supply Fan 12 Lock Stop 16 0 201 MOTOR LIST1 MOTOR LIST2 202 MOTOR LIST3 203 MOTOR LIST4 204 MOTOR LIST5 205 MOTOR LIST6 206 MOTOR LIST7 207 MOTOR LIST8 208 MOTOR LIST9 209 MOTOR LIST10 210 MOTOR LIST11 211 MOTOR LIST12 212 MOTOR LIST13 213 MOTOR LIST15 215 CONT OVERVIEW 214 GMME MOTOR LIST(14/15) 4-2-77 S2229/30 .Motor List .

Ref.Motor List . & Air conditioner MISCELLANEOUS 4 DESCRIPTION 1 MOTOR STATUS 2 RUN HOUR (h) 25 STATOR COIL(C) U V W MAIN GRAPHIC 216 GMA4 No1 Prov Ref Compressor 4 Lock 3 Stop 13 0 A 5 No2 Prov Ref Compressor 7 Lock 6 Stop 14 0 19 20 21 26 A 8 No1 Steering Gear Motor 9 Lock Stop 15 No2 Steering Gear Motor 11 10 Lock Stop 16 22 23 24 Over Load No Volt Phase Fail Over Load No Volt Phase Fail 0 27 217 GMA5 0 28 No1 Air Conditioner 12 Stop 17 0 29 GMA4 218 No2 Air Conditioner Stop 18 0 30 201 MOTOR LIST1 MOTOR LIST2 202 MOTOR LIST3 203 MOTOR LIST4 204 MOTOR LIST5 205 MOTOR LIST6 206 MOTOR LIST7 207 MOTOR LIST8 208 MOTOR LIST9 209 MOTOR LIST10 210 MOTOR LIST11 211 MOTOR LIST12 212 MOTOR LIST13 213 MOTOR LIST14 214 CONT OVERVIEW 215 GMMF MOTOR LIST(15/15) 4-2-78 S2229/30 .

0 GAS BURN EMCY STOP kPa VG931 VG934 VG951 VG950 Stop EMCY STOP (GC24) 0.Fuel Gas Compressor (Reference) LO NO2 F/G IGV Seal N2 Press L LO Sump TK Temp L LO Sump TK Temp H LO Sump TK Level L BHD Seal LO Press L VG942 BLR GAS FLOW CONT VV In DP R No2 F/G 0 kPa 0 kPa 0 C 0 C 0 C 0 µm 0 C 0 C NO2 F/G COMP Common Trip Manual Trip Disch Gas Temp HH Rotor Vib HH Bearing Temp HH BHD Seal LO Press LL Seal N2 Press LL BHD Seal Temp HH LO In Press LL ESD / TK Protect Common Alarm C 0.0 % 0 C Master Gas VV Trip Vib BRG 0 µm 0 C 0 C 0 C 0 kPa 0 kPa LO BHD Seal LO Press L LO Sump TK Level L LO Sump TK Temp H LO Sump TK Temp L Seal N2 Press L No1 F/G VG932 0 C 0 C 0 C 0 kPa Start POS C R D D BHD No1 Aux LO PP In DP In 0 A Remote 0.0 % VG952 0.0 % NO1 F/G IGV Common Alarm ESD / TK Protect LO In Press LL BHD Seal Temp HH Seal N2 Press LL BHD Seal LO Press LL Bearing Temp HH Rotor Vib HH Disch Gas Temp HH Manual Trip Common Trip Reset NO1 F/G COMP CONT OVERVIEW V/R COMP VAPORIZER GAS HEATER CARGO MACH ROOM BOG CONTROL (1/2) BOG CONTROL (2/2) ESD Act GC22 FUEL GAS COMPRESSSOR 4-2-13 S2229/30 .0 % BLR Gas Flow FUEL GAS HEATER A 0 C 0 kPa CCGO1 VG941 Mist Separator Vib VPR HDR Press LAH 0 x10kg 0.0 kPa 0 C Forcing VPR V/R COMP VG933 VG903 (GC21) Full Open Surge VV 0 kPa 0 C Not Ready Not Ready 0.0 % 0.0 % VG943 Surge VV Full Open 0 kPa 0 A Remote No2 Aux LO PP D In D BHD BRG Reset Not Ready Not Ready 0.0 % Start POS 0 C 0 C 0.

PCS Status (Reference) PCS STATUS A-CPU PCS CPU STATUS UNIT NETWORK P-LINE Q-LINE P-LINE SEND Q-LINE SEND COM CONTROL P-LINE RECEIVE Q-LINE RECEIVE SOFTWARE OPERATION PROGRAM DATA LOGIC DATA BACKUP MEMORY STATUS PARAMETER SAVE PARAMETER LOAD MCB12 PCSM2 B-CPU PCSM2BSER PCSM2BETHP PCSM2BETHQ PCSM2BSNDP PCSM2BSNDQ PCSM2BRCVP PCSM2BRCVQ PCSM2BSW PCSM2BLPDT PCSM2BCF1 PCSM2BCF2 PCSM2BCF3 PCSM2BCF4 PCSM2BTRER PCSM2BTRSD PCSM2BTRRV PCSM2LBSB PCSM2ASER PCSM2AETHP PCSM2AETHQ PCSM2ASNDP PCSM2ASNDQ PCSM2ARCVP PCSM2ARCVQ PCSM2ASW PCSM2ALPDT PCSM2ACF1 PCSM2ACF2 PCSM2ACF3 PCSM2ACF4 PCSM2ATRER PCSM2ATRSD PCSM2ATRRV PCSM2LBSA MCB12 IOS & I/O STATUS IOS STATUS IOC-A STATUS IOC-B STATUS NO1 NO2 NO3 NO4 NO5 NO6 NO7 NO8 NO9 NO10 NO11 NO12 NO13 NO14 AI(4-20) AI(4-20) AI(RTD-N) AI(RTD-N) AI(RTD-W) AO(4-20) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DO(RY) DO(RY) PCSM2 IOSM21 IOSM21SER IOSM21ASER IOSM21BSER AI(4-20) AI(4-20) AI(4-20) AI(RTD-N) AI(RTD-W) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DO(RY) DO(RY) IOSM22 IOSM22SER IOSM22ASER IOSM22BSER DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DO(RY) DO(RY) DO(RY) DO(RY) DO(RY) IOSM23 IOSM23SER IOSM23ASER IOSM23BSER DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DO(RY) DO(RY) DO(RY) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) DI(ON/OFF) I/O SLOT STATUS CPU TRACKING SEND STATUS RECEIVE STATUS LBS NETWORK CONTROL GMS4 PCSM2/IOSM21/IOSM22/IOSM23 2-8-3-4 S2229/30 .

2 9.6 9.1 9.4 9.5 9.3a Flooding in the Engine Room Steaming on One Boiler Solo Running of the Main Turbine Steaming with One Forced Draft Fan Emergency Steering Fire in the Engine Room Emergency Operation of Main Turbines Illustrations .3 9.PART 9: EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 9.

The emergency bilge suction valve should be operated on a regular basis.2 Cooling SW pump is provided with a direct bilge suction via valve 099VPH with the operating handwheel 450mm above the lower platform. Valves such as fire pump suction valves. due to a defect in the sea water pipeline system. possibly due to grounding. Before opening sea water filters for cleaning. berthing or collision damage.2 Cooling Sea Water Pump (Centrifugal) No. so that they can be operated easily when required. make sure the shut off valves are tight by opening the vent in the cover.1 Flooding in the Engine Room Flooding in the engine room may occur due to a defect in the hull structure. more likely. Operate all ship’s side valves regularly. tighten slack supports and replace broken ‘U’ bolts on pipe brackets to minimize fretting in way of supports. Care must always be taken when removing covers or opening any part of the sea water pipe system as valves which are indicated as being closed may not be fully closed.9. break the cover joint before removing all cover bolts. They should also be familiar with the position of main sea suction and overboard valves and know which main suction is currently in use. Personnel should be familiar with the position of bilge suctions and the pumps that can be utilized for bilge pumping duties. In any case. should be closed and reopened regularly to prevent a build up of marine growth. Double bottom sounding pipe cocks and caps should be secured after use. or. Frequent checking and cleaning will reduce the risk of a strainer becoming blocked and difficult to clear due to subsequent flooding. Fire. which are normally open. . Bilge & General Service Pump (Centrifugal) Can take suction from : • Bilge main • Bilge wells • Main condenser No. Pumps Available for Bilge Pumping Duties Engine Room Bilge Pump (Reciprocating) Can take suction from : • Bilge main Measures to Prevent or Alleviate Flooding Maintain pipelines externally. Bilge Suction Strainers Bilge suction strainers should be checked and cleaned whenever the opportunity arises. The same applies when opening coolers and pipelines anywhere in the system.

When conditions have stabilized increase the main turbine steam supply as required. When a Boiler has to be Shut Down a) b) Inform the bridge of the problem and reduce the engine speed to a rate which maintains steerage way but does not overload the remaining boiler.000 500 0 0 10 20 30 Evaporation (ton/hr) 40 50 60 Evaporation Vs Fuel Flow / Pressure F. but not so swiftly that the boiler pressure rises in an uncontrolled manner and lifts the safety valves. Bear in mind the possibility of economizer fires. including the air heater. ensuring that the remaining boiler is on automatic and takes up the load.500 4. planned or otherwise. In the event of a boiler shut down.200 kg/h for 100% MCR. loading the boiler up to but not exceeding the maximum firing rate. (Note : This will not be possible in port due to local restrictions. During transition periods vigilance is necessary to ensure the safe operation of the plant.500 1. b) c) d) e) Keep a check on the gas boil-off situation as well as the condition of the remaining boiler. As conditions stabilize. Basically. 1 20 0.) f) Keep the forced draft fan running on the faulty boiler to cool it down. Shut down as much steam using equipment or systems as operationally possible.O. Bear in mind the possibility of economizer fires. Depending on the type of fault and when the correct temperature is reached. Either fill the boiler to the top of the gauge glass or empty it out when cool. The steam consumption of the main turbines at MCR includes bleed steam which may well have to be isolated due to reduced steaming conditions.500 2. Keep the forced draft fan running on the faulty boiler to cool it down or allow it to cool down naturally. the boiler should then be either filled with water or emptied and dried. After a period of time under these conditions it might be necessary to vent the excess BOG gas to maintain tank pressures within the designated limits.2 Steaming on One Boiler Description If a boiler is shut down due to a failure in any of its systems. Shut down non-essential heating and evaporators if conditions permit and reduce the electrical loading where possible. and selected non-essential services should be shut down as required. Reduce the electrical loading. or allow it to cool down naturally.000 1. Either fill the boiler to the top of the gauge glass or empty it out when cool. shut it down and isolate it completely.5 10 0 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Evaporation (ton/hr) 0 g) F. Fuel Flow (kg/h) 4. Change over the control system to manual on the boiler to be shut down and decrease its steaming rate. When the conditions have stabilized and the faulty boiler is on its minimum firing rate. Control of the boiler coming out of service will be generally under manual operation and particular care must be taken to ensure the remaining boiler controls and associated systems function to compensate accordingly. feed pump. Isolate the faulty boiler completely including the air heater.000 2. The steaming rate of the remaining boiler must be maintained below the design maximum. This should be done swiftly.500 3. Closely monitor the supply of the boil-off gas and the condition of the remaining boiler. 50 c) d) e) f) F.G. Individual circumstances will dictate where the steam produced is used. The main turbine must be slowed down sufficiently to enable the remaining boiler to be maintained within its operating parameters. Pressure (kPa) 2 40 . particularly with reference to water level control and firing rate. the bridge must be informed immediately. It may be necessary to shut down the turbine generator and use the diesel generator.O. Reduce the electrical loading. depending upon prevailing circumstances.O.000 3. then the main turbines can still be operated but at a much reduced power. the circumstances encountered in each particular case will dictate the steam usage with priority being given to essential services such as gland steam. Shut down as much steam using equipment or systems as possible. 3 Operating Procedures Boiler Trips a) Inform the bridge of the problem and reduce the engine speed to a rate which maintains steerage way but does not overload the remaining boiler. F. Normal evaporation for each boiler is approximately 47. the faulty boiler can be shut down and isolated. g) Evaporation Vs Fuel Pressure 60 2. if required. turbine generator and boil-off / warm-up heaters. It may not be possible to use all the cargo normal boil-off gas (BOG) in the remaining boiler and facilities for incineration will be limited by the maximum steaming rate of the online boiler.5 30 F.G. Reduce the cargo compressor load and open the mast vents if necessary.G.5 F. increase the engine speed as required up to the maximum firing rate on the remaining boiler. Pressure (MPa) 1. When conditions have stabilized.9. When conditions have settled down. a progressive increase of steam supply to the main turbine may be possible until the maximum steaming rate is achieved.

then no astern power will be available. (Note : Turn the LP turbine rotor 180° once every 6 hours using the flexible coupling flange to prevent any deflection. Unless internal mechanical damage prevents it. central control room. 76 ton/h at the turbine inlet. NOTE : The following is offered for general information only. Fit blank flange B on LP steam inlet instead. CAUTION 1. the manufacturer's operating manual is to be closely studied. 2. Should a failure occur. The turbines will therefore be hot and will need to be cooled for some time before any work can be carried out. decrease the speed until the vibrations stop and allow the temperature of the rotor to stabilize.7MPa x 336℃ x approx. Steam conditions : Output : Rpm : Remarks : Maximum power in HP turbine solo operation is estimated approx. If vibrations occur when increasing speed. 7. Before emergency operation is contemplated. Remove the crossover pipe and expansion joint at HP exhaust. Insert an orifice C between the HP exhaust and the expansion joint. The steam chest pressure of the LP turbine must not exceed 0.090kW 56 b) c) d) e) f) g) CAUTION The astern turbine cannot be used so an astern movement is not possible.8 MPa at 510°C 8. Manually close the astern guard valve. Connect gland steam leak-off and pressure gauge pipes supplied for emergency use on the ahead stop valve Fit a blank flange D on HP turbine exhaust Install emergency operating pipes A and B with an orifice plate C and diffuser E between the ahead stop valve and LP turbine. Astern running will be carried out by opening the astern manoeuvring valve at the engine side.750 kW x 56 rpm based on following steam conditions:. Disconnect gland steam leak-off and pressure gauge pipe works on the ahead stop valve Disconnect and Turn the ahead stop valve and fit the support (fixing device) G on the ahead nozzle valve steam inlet flange. Remove the crossover pipe and expansion joint at HP exhaust. Desuperheated steam only is used for the emergency operation. then these can be put into manual operation and controlled locally. h) Manually open the ahead stop valve to operate the turbine. machinery control room control or the hydraulic servomotor system for the manoeuvring valves. Desuperheated steam : 4. Operating with the High Pressure Turbine Only See 9.3MPa.30 MPa at 265°C 8. HP Turbine in Use 3.9. Use the water spray in the astern turbine exhaust chamber to prevent any overheating of the exhaust casing. When the damage has been to the LP turbine and the ship is to be operated on the HP turbine only.) . b) c) d) e) f) g) h) Failure of Bridge/Remote Control If a failure occurs with the bridge control. it would be most likely that the ship would be at sea. It should be run at low revolutions for several hours in order to straighten out any bowing of the rotor which may have occurred during cool down whilst stationary. the main turbine should be cooled down with the turning gear in use prior to opening up for internal inspection work. the pipelines can be altered to allow either turbine to be operated singly at reduced power. disconnect the coupling between the HP turbine and the first pinion by removing the reamer bolts from the flange of the claw coupling.3a“Emergency Operation of Main Turbines” a) To avoid turning the LP turbine. It is supplied via portable pipe work fitted between valve (034VPA) and the main turbine superheated steam inlet Operating with the Low Pressure Turbine Only a) To avoid turning the HP turbine. If it is impossible to cool the engine using the turning gear. Maximum output is limited due to the following : • To protect the reduction gearing teeth from overload • Turbine capacity • Heat balance flow The following conditions will apply as limit powerduring emergency running. Some additional piping will have to be added in and some will have to be blanked off.3 Solo Running of the Main Turbine If failure occurs in the HP or LP turbines or associated gearing. Connect the HP turbine exhaust directly to the LP turbine exhaust casing using the emergency piping A.090kW 56 LP Turbine in Use 0. All pipe works for the turbine warm-up system provided for HP turbine must be removed and proper blanks are to be inserted in the LP turbine solo operation. disconnect the coupling between the LP turbine and the first pinion by removing the reamer bolts from the flange of the claw coupling (flexible coupling). Remove the blank flange D on emergency exhaust inlet to the LP turbine exhaust casing. Ahead running can be carried out by opening the emergency steaming desuperheated steam stop valve 034VPA on the 3rd deck level and controlling the turbine speed directly from the ahead stop valve. Speed can then be increased slowly to the maximum permitted value. care must be taken when starting the usable turbine.

3a Emergency Opration of Main Turbine H. P. P. TURBINE G NOZZLE VALVE SUPPORT NOZZLE VALVE SUPERHEATED STEAM LINE 150 200 SUPERHEATED STEAM LINE 150 200 A AHEAD STOP VALVE TURN THE VALVE AND FIT SUPPORT AHEAD STOP VALVE PUT ON PORTABLE PIPE PUT ON PORTABLE PIPE 034VPA 034VPA 150 DESUPERHEAD STEAM LINE DESUPERHEAD STEAM LINE 150 . P. P. TURBINE L. P. P. TURBINE H. TURBINE B PUT ON BLANK FLANGE PUT ON BEND PIECE DIFFUSER E T ORIFICE A C TAKE OUT BLANK FLANGE C TAKE OUT CROSSUNDER PIPE & EXPANSION JOINT AND PUT IN BLANK FLANGE ORIFICE D D B PUT ON EMERGENCY PORTABLE PIPES 100 H.9. TURBINE SOLO L. TURBINE SOLO L.

and purge for at least 5 minutes with the burner wind box air pressure at about 20 mm Aq.4 Steaming with One Forced Draft Fan Forced Draft Fans Maker : Type : Air flow : Pressure : Speed : Power : Osaka Blower Mfg. Co.1) FD fan.1) FD fan outlet. fan.9.D. Put the fuel Auto / Manual switch in Auto position for both boilers. Horizontal Centrifugal 950/1.Two Boilers Operation Assuming the failure of the starboard (No. adjust oil pressure to about 0. Make the number of burners and burner oil pressure the same for both boilers and adjust the air damper to make air distribution to both boilers the same.3. Open the fuel oil emergency shut-off valve 222B. Therefore. the starboard boiler trips. Each fan is arranged to supply their respective boilers. Switching must be made after boiler load has become steady.) If the steaming by two boilers with one FD fan is necessary as the result of investigation of the cause. Fully open the superheater starting valve 74B of shutting boiler. After boiler load has been steady and air distribution to both boilers has been stabilized. Two fans are situated on the upper deck level and are controlled by adjustable vanes. the boiler in normal receives ACC signals so to take over the load of the shutting down boiler. The fuel oil emergency shut-off valve 222B for the shutting down boiler is now ready to open. start two-boiler operation and close the superheater starting valve. Pay attention to air flow adjustment so that the boiler in normal is not short of air. the boiler on the same ship side is shut down by the fuel oil emergency shut-off equipment. On the other hand. Fuel oil and F. (In normal. Put (No. fan to high speed mode. Increase the main turbine load gradually. See 4. the operation will be performed in accordance with the following procedure. f) g) h) i) j) k) l) m) . a) b) c) d) e) Close the damper A on the starboard (No.2) F.4 MPa and raise steam pressure at the same combustion rate until the pressure reaches the same pressure as the other boiler. Balance the load between the two boilers.D. the main turbine will be slowed down automatically. After lighting up.D.200 / 1.110/1. automatically positioned by the combustion control system. Relight the shutting boiler. Keep the F. adjust air flow manually to match the boiler load by manual loader for the F.200 rpm 130/300/300kW Procedure for One Fan . the main turbine load should be lowered immediately.D . whenever the fan failure alarm occurs. When the boiler pressure has reached the same pressure as the other boiler. If either the port or starboard FD fans fail.2d”Combustion Air. fan Auto / Manual switch in Manual position. Seal Air and Fuel Gas System”.900m3/min 500/650/500mmAq 900 / 1.. Open the air slide of the base burner of the shut-down boiler. Open the crossover duct damper C leading from the port FD fan to the starboard boiler.fan Auto / Manual switches are to be put in Manual mode for both boilers. Switch ACC from Auto to Manual mode. Ltd.

. Both the steering gear pumps must be switched to the LOCAL control position on the starter panels. A telephone is located on the steering gear compartment platform. A read out of the rudder angle can be obtained by viewing the mechanical rudder angle indicator bolted to the top of the actuator. The steering gear is fitted with an automatic isolation system. In accordance with IMO regulations the hydraulic pumps used in the steering gear are supplied with power from two independent sources. The emergency controls are actuated by pressing the pushbutton at the end of the solenoid valves. establish communication with the bridge via the telephone system. the steering gear can be operated locally from within the steering gear compartment. hydraulic power circuits and rams can operate as two isolated systems. b) c) Stop the faulty pump.9. in accordance with IMO regulations the pumps.5 Emergency Steering If failure occurs in the remote operating system from the wheelhouse. In the event of power failure from the main switchboard. Indication of the rudder angle and a compass repeater are provided for manual control of the steering gear. Operate the steering gear in response to requests from the bridge by operating the solenoid valves of the running pump using the Port / Starboard pushbuttons. the steering can be operated from the steering gear room. Should there be a failure of the bridge steering system. This system is used to divide the hydraulic power circuits in the event of a hydraulic oil loss from the oil tanks. Pressing the solenoid on the other side of the valve will reverse the direction of the rudder.) Steering instructions will be sent to the steering gear compartment through the sound powered telephone and the steering gear controlled locally using the manual controls on the manoeuvring solenoid valves. d) e) Description The steering gear. (Note : Only one hydraulic pump should be operated when on local emergency control. Procedure for the Steering Gear Emergency Operation on Loss of Remote Bridge Control a) On loss of steering gear control from the bridge. one pump can be supplied from the emergency switchboard. At the control panel for the other steering gear turn the Remote / Local switch to the LOCAL CONTROL position. When operating the steering gear from the local position Follow the instructions from the bridge. so directing oil from the pump to the rudder actuator.

If personnel are missing. Start the emergency fire pump and pressurise the fire main. direct the crew to a safe position before actions are organised. 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 7) 9) 8) 9) Battening Down of the Engine Room a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) Stop the main engine and shut down the boilers. depending on the extent of the fire. Depending upon the fire and the availability of fire fighting capacity. what is burning. Do not attempt to tackle the fire alone without informing others of the situation. The situation must be thoroughly assessed before any personnel are directed to the fire.g. e. operate quick-closing or other accessible valves to shut off oil supply to the fire. Conduct a crew check and organise crew for fighting the fire. If there is a danger of the release of poisonous gases or of explosion consider part or total ship abandonment. 11) Effective communication must always exist between the fire fighters and the ship’s control centre.2 “Engine Room CO2 Fire Extinguishing System”. operate the CO2 system. consider the possibility of searching in the fire area. Count all personnel and ensure that none are in the engine room. Empty plastic containers must never be left around the engine room spaces.6 Fire in the Engine Room The risk of a fire outbreak can be minimized by ensuring that all personnel understand the risks and by ensuring that the engine room is maintained in a clean condition and that any oil leaks are dealt with immediately. Determine the location of the fire. Combustible materials such as rags.3. Oily rags and waste must be disposed of in a safe manner using metal containers.3. oily waste and plastic containers must never be placed close to exhaust manifolds whether lagged or not.3. See 10. Trip the quick-closing valves and the engine room auxiliary machinery and close all fire flaps and funnel doors. Ship drawings. start the emergency generator in order to ensure continuity of electrical supply. may emit poisonous gases or explode. Consider using the fixed extinguishing systems. If the fire is in an isolated compartment close the doors to the compartment and shut off ventilation. 12) If any person is seriously injured. If the High Expansion Foam system does not extinguish the fire. The means of tackling the fire and the means by which the fire party can retreat from the outbreak area if necessary must be understood by all involved. depending on extent of fire. Have the fire team organised to tackle the outbreak with maximum speed. Start the emergency generator and put on load. 10) If substances which are on fire. A fire in a particular location may prevent the use of the hose and hydrant at that location so it is essential that the location of alternative fire fighting equipment is known and the best route for running hoses is understood. 13) Prepare to operate the Hot Foam fire fighting system if necessary. Determine if oil or other materials are feeding the fire and take steps to cut off the supply of combustible material. The location of fire hoses and hydrants must also be known. the direction of spread and the possibility of controlling the fire.3”Engine Room Hot Foam Fire Extinguishing System”. A crew check is to be carried out. If necessary. Inform the local fire brigade even though the fire appears to be under control. or close to a fire. General 1) 2) 3) Sound the fire alarm and inform the Chief Engineer and the bridge. depending on the extent of the fire. Sound the evacuation alarm. should be taken ashore. On arrival of the fire brigade inform the Chief Fire Officer of: • Any personnel missing • Assumed location of fire • What is assumed to be burning • Any conditions that may constitute a hazard Assist the Chief Fire Officer with information and orientation. All personnel having anything to do with the engine room spaces must know the locations of the different types of fire extinguisher available in the engine room and must know which type is suitable for the different types of fire which can occur. Where appropriate. The procedure for this is described in Section 10.3”Engine Room Hot Foam Fire Extinguishing System”. If there is the least doubt whether the fire can be controlled by ship’s crew. by means of drawings and plans. use portable fire extinguishers on small fires when safe to do so. If personnel are missing. the safety team must inform the Master so that other ships can be informed on the distress frequencies. request assistance from the nearest rescue centre. In Port 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) Activate the emergency shutdown system in agreement with the gas terminal duty personnel and prepare to vacate the berth if required. There must always be an awareness of potential fire ignition sources such as leaking oil pipes or insecure electrical contacts. cargo plans etc. The procedure for this is described in Section 10.9. and they should never be used as waste bins for oily rags and similar combustible material. High temperature points such as exhaust manifolds or boiler furnace casings should always be lagged effectively and lagging must always be repaired or replaced when damaged or after overhaul. Close all accessible openings and hatches to prevent the fire spreading. The control centre must maintain an open communication with the bridge. give priority to fire limitation until the situation is clarified. Stop all the ventilation fans. Prepare to operate the Hot Foam fire fighting system if necessary. consider the possibility of searching in the fire area. .

2a 10.3 10.3.5 Fire Fighting Systems Fire Detection System Engine Room Fire Fighting Systems Engine Room Fire Main System Engine Room CO2 Fire Extinguishing System Engine Room Hot Foam Fire Extinguishing System Engine Room Local Fire Extinguishing System Quick-Closing Valves and Fire Dampers System Engine Room Fire Main System Engine Room CO2 Fire Extinguishing System Engine Room Hot Foam Fire Extinguishing System Engine Room Local Fire Extinguishing System Quick-Closing Valves and Fire Dampers System Illustrations 10.3.1a 10.3.4a 10.3.3.4 10.2 10.5a .1 10.3.3.3a 10.3.3 10.2 10.3.1 10.Part 10: FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEMS 10.3.

Operating Procedure a) Remove the safety pin. Dangers in Use • Do not use on fires where there is live electricity in the vicinity. especially in a breeze. Carbon Dioxide . Operating Procedure a) Remove the safety pin. on extinguishing a high pressure gas flame (Class C Fires). with the correct technique. • May not be effective when used outside. c) Squeeze the trigger. c) Squeeze the trigger. • Avoid inhalation of the powder. • Do not use without a discharge horn as the discharge will then entrain air and cause an increase in the intensity of the fire. b) Press the operating handle. . such as liquid gas leak. Foam • Suitable for use on liquid spills and contained liquid fire of oils.1 Fire Fighting Systems Description The vessel’s fire fighting capacity is enhanced by the inclusion of systems that can detect and fight the types of fires which might occur due to the ignition of fuel oil. c) Press the lever down fully. 2. Initially any fire is attacked using portable extinguishers and if that method fails the following systems are considered. 3. • Suitable for use. Dangers in Use • May not be effective against a deep seated fire. d) Direct the CO2 at the base of the fire. Dry Powder • Suitable for use on fires involving liquids and liquefied solids. cleaning fluids and fires involving liquefied solids such as fats and waxes (Class B fires). lubricating oil and cargo. Operating Procedure a) Remove the safety pin. b) Press the operating handle. d) Point the spray at the base of the fire.10. • Suitable for use against carbonaceous fires (Class A fires). Portable Fire Extinguishers There are three types on board : 1. • Dry powder gives a fast flame knock-down and may be used on fires involving live electrical equipment. With the expansion and evaporation of the CO2 there are cooling processes and a danger of frost burn if the discharge horn comes into contact with the skin. • Safe for use in fighting electrical fires. • Do not remain in the area after the discharge as CO2 is asphyxiating. The choice of fire fighting system to use will depend on the location and nature of the fire. d) Point the spray at the base of the fire.CO2 • Suitable for class A and B fires and for class C fires when in a liquid state. b) Direct the horn at the base of the fire. Dangers in Use • Hold only the insulated parts of the discharge hose and horn. paints.

3. The quick-closing valve air receiver is fitted with a low pressure alarm transmitter. taking suction from the fresh water tank. • Cargo machinery room • Cargo compressor motor room • Machinery control room • Switchboard rooms • Transformer rooms • Emergency generator room • Paint store • Elect. near the escape routes. There are also a full fire alarm panels located in the central control room and a repeater panel in the fire control station in the accommodation cross alleyway on the main deck.O. even oil fires. The operating / control panel provides for control of the entire fire alarm system and consists of a text display. The accommodation is covered by first aid hoses located on each deck. The quick closing valve fitted on the emergency generator diesel oil tank and the generator engine diesel oil service tanks is operated by a directly so as to enable to feed the fuel to emergency diesel generator or main diesel generators in the event of a fire.10.1 Fire Fighting Systems Fire Fighting Systems Fire Main System (See 10. fully addressable analogue fire alarm system with analogue detectors. heating rooms • F.4”Engine Room Water Fog Fire Extinguishing System”) High pressure water forced through atomizer heads will break down into very fine droplets.5”Quick-Closing Valves and Fire Dampers System”) All the outlet valves from the fuel oil and lubricating oil tanks. but when the cock is turned. pump room • Starboard F.3”Engine Room Hot Foam Fire Extinguishing System”) The Yamato High Expansion Foam fire fighting system provides a local fire extinguishing capability to each of the following areas : • Engine room • Engine room casing • Engine room store • Engine room workshop • BOG pipe hood • Laboratory • Chemical store • Inert gas room • F.4 kg CO2 cylinders for the engine room and 21 x 45. Fine water droplets present a large surface area to the fire and so they exert a cooling effect as the droplets rapidly evaporate. These droplets have a very effective extinguishing effect on fires. air is supplied to pistons. Ten areas are protected by the water fog system. which are controlled from the fire control station. The reservoir is supplied. .3.3. from which oil could flow to feed a fire.O. pump room • Port F.3. control unit and power supply are contained in a central cabinet in the wheelhouse. The hose reels are supplied via freshwater pressure tank and pump installed in engine room.O. The fire dampers are grouped into 6 lines with a three-way solenoid valve and manual cock. The cooling effect and the reduced local oxygen concentration result in the fire being extinguished. are equipped with air operated quick-closing valves. The large droplet concentration and the evaporation have the effect of reducing the local oxygen level. & instrument workshop The central bank CO2 system consists of 19 x 45. at a pressure of 0. Quick-Closing Valve System (See 10.1”Engine Room Fire Main System”) The fire pump together with the fire and bilge pump are normally kept ready for use on the fire main.2”Fire Detection System”) The Autronica BS-320 Fire Detection system is a computerized.2 main boiler burners platform • No. to aid escape. The inlet valve 161VPE to the quick-closing valve air receiver is locked open.2”Engine Room CO2 Fire Extinguishing System”) The Unitor CO2 system installed in the CO2 bottle room on the starboard side of the Upper Deck and CO2 bottle / foam tank room on the port side of the A-Deck protects the following spaces .1 diesel generator engine top • No. burner zone • Incinerator burner zone • Port F. The valves are reset by venting the air supply and operating the valve hand wheel in a closed direction to reset the bridge mechanism and then opening the valve in the normal way. The fresh water fog fire extinguishing system relies upon the delivery of high pressure water to nozzle heads located at sites of fire risk. Fire dampers with an air cylinder are closed by this system as well. also located in the fire control station. In addition to these pumps the emergency fire pump can all be lined up and used on the fire main system. The oil tanks are grouped into four systems.G.9 MPa.O.3. The solenoids are operated automatically in conjunction with the operation of CO2 or hot foam system. Emergency Escape Breathing Devices (EEBD) Emergency breathing devices are provided so that. The fine droplets remain suspended in the air and so they do not disturb the oil surface nor do they settle to form a water layer on which burning oil could float.G. thus causing the valve to close. these are : • No.O. operating buttons and an element keypad. pump rooms • Incinerator room • Diesel generator rooms • Steering gear room • Stairway The system supplies high expansion foam making chemical and salt water to the spaces listed above through dedicated lines that are each controlled by electric motor operated butterfly valves. The foam concentrate tank is fitted inside the CO2 bottle and foam tank room which is located on the port side of the A-Deck. indicator lamps. which collapse the bridge of each valve in that group. Each protected space is provided with High Expansion foam generators designed to produce the required quantity and concentration of foam to meet SOLAS requirements. There are 18 sets on board : • 16 sets for the engine room • Two sets for accommodation space Water Fog System for the Engine Room (See 10. directly from the service air main system. They are supplied from an air receiver situated in the quick-closing valve bottle cabinet.4kg cylinders for the cargo machinery and motor rooms. CO2 Flooding System (See 10.O. with one three-way cock operating each system. in the event of a fire or other emergency. heating room Each protected space can be released locally either by pushbutton located near each protected area inside engine room or remotely on the control panel in fire control station. they are readily available. In normal operation the supply line to each group of tank valves is vented to atmosphere. The operating panel. Fire Detection System (See 10. Foam System for the Engine Room (See 10.2 diesel generator engine top • I. heating room • Starboard F.1 main boiler burners platform • No.

the fire alarm will be activated. A fault in the system or a false alarm is detected immediately since the function of the detectors and other installed loop units are automatically and continuously tested. The menu is accessed by pressing the ENTER key and the arrow keys are used until the desired menu function is displayed and pointed to by the cursor. Procedure in the Event of a Prewarning CAUTION Always treat a prewarning condition as if it is a fire alarm.. It also displays the operating menu. In the event of an alarm condition the following functions are activated : • Alarm message to the fire fighters. Reset This green pushbutton is pressed in order to reset all system events. The system comprises a wide range of detectors and sensors to suit different needs and conditions. heat and flames. such as smoke. the ENTER key is pressed in order to display the prewarnings. Press the SOUNDER SILENCE pushbutton to mute the alarm and the yellow light System Operation Prewarning A prewarning will occur when a detector is activated in the event that a fire is likely. The text will remain for 60 seconds and the reset procedure will be executed in that period. . The following text will appear on the display ‘RESET PROCEDURE IN PROGRESS WAIT. It is located behind the panel door. b) Open the control panel door and press the SOUNDER SILENCE pushbutton. becomes steady. Description The BS-320 Fire Detection system is a computerized. This red pushbutton is pressed and mutes all alarm devices and the control panel internal buzzer. The system will also provide a prewarning when a hazard exists but is not yet serious enough to initiate a full alarm. If more than one prewarning is present the text display will indicate this. fully addressable analogue fire alarm system with analogue detectors. Mains This green indicator lamp is illuminated when the power supply is on. The indicator flashes upon activation of an alarm and will emit a steady light when the SOUNDER SILENCE pushbutton is pressed. ‘Prewarnings’. The main operating panel. Prewarning This yellow indicator flashes when a prewarning is activated. c) Press the RESET pushbutton. A prewarning should always be treated as if there is an actual fire alarm. If the address of the fire alarm had previously issued a prewarning the prewarning lamp will flash. (BMA) • General control output. The text display indicates the location of the detector(s) in the prewarning condition.. (AUX) • Control output for fire door holders.. The text display indicates the address of the detector which registered an alarm condition first. Deal with the situation as necessary in order to remove the danger of fire.2 Fire Detection System Maker : Model : Autronica AS BS-320 Function Disabled This yellow indicator is illuminated when any part of the system is disabled. Text Display The two line text display provides information about the alarms and the system. More Alarms The red ‘More Alarms’ indicator will be illuminated when there is more than one fire alarm active. The printer will operate to register the alarm information. After the door is closed only the mains power indicator lamp should be illuminated. Sounder Silence The Operating / Control Panel The operating / control panel provides for indication of alarm conditions and allows the operator to communicate with the system. control unit and power supply are contained in a central cabinet in the wheelhouse. e) Close the panel door. Press the SOUNDER SILENCE pushbutton to mute the alarm and the yellow light becomes steady.10. Operating Buttons More Alarms This black pushbutton allows the second line of the text display to be scrolled enabling additional alarms to be revealed. a) Determine the location of the activated prewarning detector and check this location for fire conditions. Fire Alarm In the event of one or more detectors detecting a fire. the fire control station and the cargo control room. (Door Hold Magnets) Indication Devices Fire The red ‘Fire’ indicator is illuminated when there is a fire alarm condition. observing all safety precautions. The yellow ‘Prewarning’ lamp flashes and the internal buzzer is activated. short circuit isolators and timers are connected to the detector loops where required. d) If everything is in a normal condition the text display will indicate ‘RESET OK NORMAL CONDITION’. The red ‘Fire’ indicator will flash and the internal buzzer is activated and all audible horns connected to the fire alarm system are activated. Device Still in Alarm Condition This yellow indicator is illuminated when a detector is automatically disabled. Fault This yellow indicator flashes when a fault has occurred. The prewarning indicator lamp will now change to a steady condition. There are also a repeater panels located in the engine control room. It includes detectors for different alarm parameters.’. The active prewarnings may be seen by calling up the menu function ‘Show Status’. Manual call points. Possible disablements are indicated in the lower line of the display.

.10. manual call points. an electrical fault or the presence of smoke within the compartment. d) If everything is in normal condition the text display will indicate ‘RESET OK NORMAL CONDITION’. Action to be Taken in the Event of a Fault 1) Press the SOUNDER SILENCE pushbutton to mute the internal buzzer : the yellow ‘FAULT’ indicator lamp becomes a steady light.The text will remain for 60 seconds and the reset procedure will be executed in that period. More Alarms If more than one fire alarm is active the ‘MORE ALARMS’ indicator lamp will be illuminated. The following text will appear on the display ‘RESET PROCEDURE IN PROGRESS WAIT. Text indicating the alarm address disabled will be shown in the text display.) 5) Close the panel door. sounders and fire brigade. The system will operate as for the fire alarm above but the text display will indicate the addresses of all devices in alarm. This text will remain for 15 seconds and then the menu selection will appear. If more zones are required for disabling the ‘YES’ item is selected and ENTER pressed to repeat the disabling procedure.’. detectors. zone. If further addresses are to be disabled at the same time the up and down arrow keys are used to select further addresses. The printer will operate to register all of the alarm information. sections. The text display will indicate options for address. observing all safety precautions. After the door is closed only the mains power indicator lamp should be illuminated unless there is an address still in alarm condition. If ‘NO’ is selected the disabling zone procedure is closed. The disabling and restoring are carried out from the Out / In Control part of the main menu. The menu will not allow access to the zone area unless this is the case. then ‘ADDRESS’. The time may be increased or reduced using the up and down arrow keys then the ENTER key is pressed to select the time. When the duration time has been changed the ENTER key is pressed to disable the zone. Subsequent pressing of the MORE ALARMS pushbutton will bring up each alarm in the queue. Procedure for Disabling a Function a) At the main menu select ‘OUT / IN CONTROL’ and then ‘DISABLE’. b) Open the control panel door and press the SOUNDER SILENCE pushbutton. The text display will show ‘DISABLE ZONE 001’ and the up and down arrow keys are used to scroll through the zone number in order to select the number of the zone to be disabled. each one being selected by pressing the ENTER key. a prewarning or a fault. By selecting the manually disable time of 99 hours the function will be disabled until restored.. For instance. manual call point or interface unit. then ‘DISABLE’. . Disabling an Address An address is a detector. 1) In the menu select ‘OUT / IN CONTROL’. 1) In the menu select ‘OUT / IN CONTROL’. Technical personnel must be contacted in order to have the damage rectified. alarm devices. This may be due to mechanical damage. Upon opening the panel door the MORE ALARMS pushbutton must be pressed and the second alarm will be indicated on the second line of the display. This can be useful when there is welding in a particular section or removal of detectors is required due to structural shipboard work etc.2 Fire Detection System Procedure in the Event of a Fire Alarm a) Carry out fire checks and corrective action as necessary for extinguishing the fire. The text display indicates the nature of the fault: ‘FA’ means a loop / detector fault and ‘SF’ means a system fault. If there is more than one fault the text display indicates how many ‘FA’ and ‘SF’ faults are present. With multiple alarms some may remain in the alarm condition for the reasons mentioned above and the ‘DEVICES STILL IN ALARM CONDITION’ lamp may remain illuminated. When an address is disabled it is isolated and will not generate an alarm. then ‘ZONE’. When all addresses to be disabled have been selected the cursor is moved to ‘TIME’ and the ENTER key pressed. water damage. The text display will show ‘SELECT ADDRESS 0000’ and the up and down arrow keys are used to scroll through the 0000 part in order to select the number of the address to be disabled. external control devices and loops. The red ‘FIRE’ indicator lamp will change to a steady light. the common fault warning output is activated. All alarm outputs from the control panel are turned off when the SOUNDER SILENCE pushbutton is pressed but the alarm message to the fire fighters remains. The nature of each fault may be determined via the menu which is accessed by pressing the ENTER key. The text display changes and duration time may be changed by means of the up and down arrow keys. When the scene of the fire has been investigated and the necessary actions taken the audible horns may be switched off. All disablements must be allocated a time period. (Note : After resetting an address may still be in alarm condition. When a zone is disabled the address is isolated and this will not generate an alarm. 3) The text changes giving the option of selecting more zones.. 2) When the desired address number has been selected press the ENTER key. The display changes indicating a disablement duration of 02 hours which is the initial default. c) Press the RESET pushbutton. Disabling or Disconnecting Different parts of the fire alarm system can be disabled. When disabling parts of the system the yellow ‘FUNCTION DISABLED’ lamp on the front of the control panel will be illuminated for the period the disablement lasts. prewarning or fault. all alarm devices including the internal buzzer will be muted. Operation of the SOUNDER SILENCE and RESET pushbuttons is the same as for the single alarm. The address still in alarm condition will automatically be disabled and the yellow ‘DEVICES STILL IN ALARM CONDITION’ indicator lamp will be illuminated. the silent alarm situation applies to each alarm in the queue. 2) Note the fault information indicated on the text display and obtain a printout 3) Contact the technical service department in order to have the fault rectified. b) Use of the left and right arrow keys (and the down arrow key for the fire brigade option) allows the operator to select the function to be disabled. When the disable time expires the function will be automatically restored. Action to be taken in the event of activation of the ‘MORE ALARMS’ indicator lamp is similar to the procedure for a single alarm. The maximum automatic disablement time is 24 hours. Fault Indication The ‘FAULT’ indicator is flashing and the internal buzzer is activated. controls. The total number of possible zones is 240 and these have addresses 1-240. 3) When the ENTER key is pressed the text display will change showing the address and time. It is also possible to select ‘Next’ or ‘Previous’ in the display to select a zone. 2) When the desired zone number has been selected press the ENTER key. section units. then ‘DISABLE’. Disabling a Zone It is only possible to disable a zone if the zones have been programmed in custom data.

then ‘RESTORE’. If BT-outputs are disabled the Door Hold Magnet and AUX (control-/alarm outputs) will not function at alarm. 2) If more zones are to be restored ‘YES’ is selected and ENTER pressed and the procedure repeated for other zones. prewarning and fault outputs are disabled. The procedure is similar to disabling addresses and zones as above except that ‘Controls’ is selected after ‘Disable’ from the main menu. The text display will show ‘SELECT ADDRESS 0000’ and the up and down arrow keys are used to scroll through the 0000 part in order to select the address number to be restored. AUTROSAFE SelfVerify Fault Function Disabled Mute Panel Function Delayed Fire Brig. 2) When the desired address number has been selected press the ENTER key to restore the address. Disabled Fire Brig. ALARM Main Panel INFORMASJONSPANEL AUTROSAFE SelfVerify Fault Function Disabled Mute Panel Function Delayed Test Power More Events Next Window Lamp Test Sub Panel . controls. Testing Fire Brig. The restoration procedure is similar to the disabling procedure. then ‘RESTORE’. then ‘ZONE’.10. Disabling Sounders The disable sounders procedure is similar to disabling addresses and zones as above except that ‘Sounders’ is selected after ‘Disable’ from the main menu. b) Use of the left and right arrow keys (and the down arrow key for the fire brigade option) allows the operator to select the function to be restored. The fire brigade output. Restoring a Zone 1) In the menu select ‘OUT / IN CONTROL’. Signalled Power More Events Silence Alarms Reset Procedure for Restoring a Function a) At the main menu select ‘OUT / IN CONTROL’ and then ‘RESTORE’. select that or another address and press ENTER. The next address will appear automatically. If no more zones are to be restored ‘NO’ is selected and the ENTER key is pressed to exit the restore zones menu. Disabling the Fire Brigade Function The disable fire brigade (BMA) procedure is similar to disabling addresses and zones as above except that ‘Fire Brigade’ is selected after ‘Disable’ from the main menu. Restore Sounders and Restore Fire Brigade operate in the same way as the Restore Address and Restore Zone functions. Fault System Fault Alarms Disabled Alarms Fault 1 4 7 C 2 5 8 0 3 6 9 i ! Restoring an Address 1) In the menu selected ‘OUT / IN CONTROL’. ALARM 19:23 Restoring Any address. sounders and fire brigade. The display changes and YYY is selected and ENTER pressed to restore the zone. zone or function which has been disabled may be restored. The ‘FUNCTION DISABLED’ lamp will be extinguished when all functions have been restored.2 Fire Detection System Disabling Controls Disabling control is password protected at operator level. Restore Controls. The text display will indicate options for address. Selecting ‘MM’ returns the operator to the main menu. then ‘ADDRESS’. zone. The zone to be restored is selected using the arrow keys and the ENTER key pressed.

of sets : Capacity : Motor : Emergency Fire Pump Maker : Type : No.2 mm thickness .locally. of sets : Capacity : Motor : Description Teikoku Machinery Works.locally. Ltd. The fire and bilge pump can take its suction from the sea or the engine room bilge system but is normally left set up for sea suction. Vertical centrifugal pump 1 630 m3/h at 105 mTH 340 kW x 1.600 rpm Fire Fighting Fresh Water Pump Maker : Teikoku Machinery Works. This sea bay has connections to the high sea chest and low sea chest.800 rpm The fire main system supplies sea water to the following locations : • Fire hydrants in the engine room • Fire hydrants on deck • Fire hydrants in the accommodation block • Fire hydrants in forward stores • Anchor chain hawser pipes • Water curtain header • Helicopter deck foam system All of the pumps listed in the equipment specifications at the beginning of this section can have their suction and discharge valves configured to supply the engine room fire main although the primary pump for this purpose is the dedicated fire pump. the pressurizing pump will be stopped. the water spray pump and the fire line pressurizing pump can all be lined up and used on the fire main system. Ltd. but because of its low capacity it needs to be supplemented by an additional pump if the fire hydrant is opened. fire control station. Vertical centrifugal pump 1 170 m3/h at 100 mTH 100 kW x 1. and the ICAS Firefighting screen • Fire pump . Ltd.locally and from the ICAS Firefighting screen The pump suction valves from the sea suction main and the discharge valves to the fire main outlet are normally left open. Initial charge air is supplied from the general service air system. The fire line pressurizing pump discharge has an overboard pipe with an orifice to protect overheat of the pump when all services are not required in operation of the pump.800 rpm Teikoku Machinery Works. The seawater temperature at heater outlet is maintained to 10℃ when seawater temperature is minus 2℃ by a control valve which regulates steam flow. and bilge pump . A pressure switch controls the pump operation to keep the water level band. of sets : 1 Capacity : 13 m3/h at 100 mTH Motor : 11 kW x 3. 1. Vertical centrifugal pump. fire control station and the ICAS Firefighting screen • Fire fighting FW pump . The fire pump together with the fire and bilge pump are normally kept ready for use on the fire main.800 rpm Hydrant Sea Water Heater Maker : DongHwa Entec Type : Shell and tube Heating surface : 19. fire control station bridge emergency panel and the ICAS Firefighting screen • Pressurizing pump – locally. of sets : Capacity : Motor : Fire Pump Maker : Type : No. Type : Horizontal centrifugal pump No. Ltd. The pumps can be started from the following locations : • Fire. The sea suction is from the sea bay in the engine room.locally. of sets : Capacity : Motor : Teikoku Machinery Works. fire control station and bridge emergency panel. • Emergency fire pump .600 rpm Water Spray Pump Maker : Type : No. Ordinarily this valve would be used to allow the fire pump or the fire and bilge pump to supply water to the water spray system should the spraying water pump be unable to perform that function.3. The fire fighting fresh water pump takes suction from the fresh water tank and discharges to a fire fighting fresh water pressure tank. Type : Horizontal centrifugal pump No. The fire line pressurizing pump is used to maintain a constant pressure in the fire main when the vessel is in port.7 m2 Sea water flow : 200 m3/h Tube size : 16 mm diameter. Teikoku Machinery Works. The spray water is supplied to the system passing the heater whenever the spray water pump is operated regardless of the season. Ltd. bridge ICAS for cargo system. Vertical centrifugal pump 1 1.10. The spraying water pump is normally set for the water spray system but it can be used to direct water to the fire main if required by opening the crossover valve in fire station. In addition to these pumps the emergency fire pump. Ltd. The pump also provides sea water for washing the sewage treatment unit and vacuum unit tank. the hydrant sea water heater will be operated and the sea water will be circulated from the end of the fire main into the sea bay to prevent freezing in the fire main line. In this case.050 m3/h at 100 mTH 420 kW x 1. of sets : 1 Capacity : 5 m3/h at 110 mTH Motor : 7. In the cold weather condition. self-priming 1 170/255 m3/h at 100/35 mTH 100 kW x 1. The fire fighting fresh water hydrophore unit also provides the fire main and water spray lines for rinsing out seawater.800 rpm Fire Line Pressurizing Pump Maker : Teikoku Machinery Works. The fire fighting fresh water hydrophore unit provides the accommodation for first aid purpose.1 Engine Room Fire Main System Fire and Bilge Pump Maker : Type : No.5 kW x 3.

The pump is driven by an electric motor and is fed from the emergency switchboard 440V feeder panel located in the emergency generator room. valve or system must be reported immediately and rectified as soon as possible. (Note : After use. The pump is independent of the engine room pumps and can be used to supply water to the fire main in situations when the engine room pumps are not available because of an engine room fire or collision damage etc. the hose and nozzle unit must be properly stowed back in the hose box. d) If additional water is required at the fire main. e) Open the desired hydrant valve on the fire main after connecting the fire hose to the hydrant. All of the hydrant valves should be operated at frequent intervals to ensure satisfactory operation in the event of an emergency. Any defects in the hose. must be open to ensure a flow of water through the pump to prevent overheating. Hose boxes must never be left with components which are defective. Fire Hydrants The fire main has hydrants in the engine room. The pump draws water from a sea chest positioned in the aft peak. (Note : Whenever the fire pump is operating.10. Valve Description 116VPH Pressurizing pump discharge valve to sewage system 104VPH Pressurizing pump suction valve 113VPH Pressurizing pump discharge valve 115VPH Pressurizing pump overboard valve 103VPH Fire pump suction valve 112VPH Fire pump discharge valve 102VPH Fire and bilge pump SW suction valve 111VPH Fire and bilge pump fire main discharge valve 114VPH Hydrant seawater heater bypass valve 131/136VPH Hydrant seawater heater inlet and outlet valves 031VPJ Water spray pump suction valve 033VPJ Water spray pump discharge valve 112VPJ Fire and bilge pump bilge main suction valve 122VPJ Fire and bilge pump discharge valve Cross connection valve fire main/water spray system c) Start Pressurizing pump at local or fire control station. b) All hydrant outlet valves must be closed. Starting and stopping of the pump can take place from locations : • Locally at the pump starter panel in the emergency fire pump room • Remotely from the fire control station • Remotely from the bridge at the emergency control console The emergency fire pump together with its suction and discharge valves should be tested weekly to ensure correct operation and that full system pressure can be achieved. nozzle. The suction and discharge valves should always be left open so that the pump is available for immediate operation. It is assumed that the sea water main suction valves at the sea chests are open to provide suction.3. the accommodation block and on the forward and aft decks.1 Engine Room Fire Main System Preparation for the Operation of the Fire Hydrant System To prepare the system for use in the engine room or on the fire and deck wash system. at least one fire hydrant valve. in the engine room or on deck. start the fire and bilge pump depending upon circumstances. Intermediate valves in the fire main along the deck should be kept open at all times to ensure that water will be available to all of the deck hydrants whenever required. the following procedure needs to be followed : a) All intermediate isolating valves along the fire main on the upper deck must be open.) . Located adjacent to each hydrant is a hose box containing a fire hose and nozzle.) Position Closed Open Open Open Open Open Open Open Open Closed Closed Closed Closed Closed Closed Emergency Fire Pump The emergency fire pump is installed in the emergency fire pump room in the compartment aft side of engine room.

W. PUMP RO 637 RM 637 SA 637 100 65 122VPH C 104VPH FIRE LINE PRESSURISING PUMP RO FIRE RO 638 RM 638 SA 638 103VPH C 112VPJ C C 65 SEA BAY BILGE SUC. BILGE SUC. AIR 350 40 127VPH FIRE FIGHT.10.1a Engine Room Fire Main System HYDRANT RETURN LINE TO FIRE HOSE REEL SYSTEM TO W.SPRAY SYSTEM TO FIRE MAIN F.F. TK 200 ENG. PUMP RO W/H RO FIRE RO 636 RM 636 SA 636 200 350 65 126VPH WATER SPRAY PUMP C R P R 032VPJ STM 132VPH 133VPH TIC 908 135VPH 350 033VPJ 200 TO OVERBOARD 25 031VPJ HYDRANT HTR 131VPH 136VPH 65 125VPH 3RD DECK 200 116VPH 25 TO SEWAGE TREAT.S.PRESS.W.UNIT 113VPH 114VPH 114VPH 200 80 115VPH 200 200 65 124VPH 350 150 150 40 112VPH 111VPH 122VPJ 121VPJ 100 65 123VPH 4TH DECK P AST 635 P P 119VPJ P FIRE PUMP RO W/H RO FIRE RM 635 SA 635 RO 635 FIRE &BILGE PUMP RO W/H RO FIRE RO 637 RM 637 SA 637 BILGE & G.3.W. FROM MAIN CONDR 102VPH 123VPJ 105VPH TO HOLD EDUCTOR 150 150 100 40 100 121VPH 65 200 150 200 LOWER FLOOR .PUMP 182VPG 111VPG FIRE FIGHT F. RECIRC. BILGE SUC.CASING 129VPH 65 65 128VPH TO F.TK COMP.PUMP ASS 630 SA 630 RO FIRE RO 630 PS P 40 115VPG 127VPG 034VPJ 65 119VPG 65 C PAL 906 200 50 630 P 2ND DECK TO FRESH W.W.

& instrument workshop 21 cylinders 8 cylinders 8 cylinders 19 cylinders 4 cylinders 6 cylinders 2 cylinders 3 cylinders Release Cabinets The system is operated by a supply of CO2 separate from the main fire extinguishing CO2. This will cause the alarms to sound in the protected space and stop the ventilation fans if not already done so. it is recommended that cylinders are located in areas where the ambient temperature will not exceed 60°C. This is the switchboard rooms which requires 19 cylinders each containing 45. The use of portable extinguishers should ensure that there is sufficient air to breathe normally. These cylinders are connected to discharge nozzles within the protected spaces via cylinder manifolds and distribution pipe work. when it is in the open position. The total 40 cylinders are supplied. To avoid these operating. The isolation valves are positioned so that the control box door cannot be closed with the valves in the open position. Pilot CO2 cylinders are used for activating the release of the main CO2 cylinders. This level of oxygen reduction is also capable of causing asphyxiation. h) After 10 minutes close the pilot cylinder hand wheel valve. used cylinders are replenished at the next port of call. Cylinders must not be stored in direct sunlight. CO2 is normally employed at levels of between 35% and 50% by volume to produce an oxygen deficiency and thus extinguish a fire. Close all door ventilators and other openings. e) f) Open both isolation valves by pulling valve handles downwards. the other is connected via a separate pilot gas line to actuate the power cylinder to open the main valve which directs the released CO2 to the protected space. It should be realized that if any cylinders are released into the smaller spaces then there will be insufficient cylinders for the switchboard rooms. c) Go to the release cabinet for the protected space in which the fire has occurred. The vessel carries 19 cylinders of CO2 to provide protection for the spaces indicated above. . It is essential that.10. Two pilot cylinders are located in the supply cabinet installed in the fire station space. Operating Instructions a) On discovering a fire. one cylinder acts as a standby cylinder. The CO2 cylinders are fitted with safety devices to relieve excess pressure caused by high temperatures. having first ensured that all personnel have been evacuated.2 Engine Room CO2 Fire Extinguishing System Maker : Type : Capacity : Unitor High pressure 19 cylinders each containing 45. In such cases the affected area should be thoroughly irrigated with clean water and afterwards dressed by a trained person. i) When the pilot pressure gauge within the control box is zero close both pilot isolation valves. in the event of any CO2 release. The number of cylinders required to afford complete protection of any protected compartment depends upon the volume of that compartment. Certain gaseous extinguishing agents may cause low temperature burns when in contact with the skin. The main valve will be opened and CO2 will be discharged from the nozzles into the protected space. WARNING DANGER OF ASPHYXIATION Re-entry to a CO2 flooded area should not be made until the area has been thoroughly ventilated. The pilot CO2 line to the main cylinder actuation system passes through a time delay device which delays the passage of the CO2 for a preset period of time before the main CO2 charge is released into the compartment. CO2 is not generally regarded as having a high intrinsic toxicity and is not normally considered to produce decomposition products in a fire situation. It is also arranged that the control box door will operate a switch. shutdown machinery. The pilot cylinders connect to the main pilot system pipe work via two isolation valves installed within the release cabinet. to initiate audible and visual alarms. d) Open the release cabinet door. g) Extinguishing CO2 gas will be released from the main cylinder bank for the protected space after the time delay period. which is situated on the port side of the A-Deck.4kg. A pressure gauge is fitted to the pilot CO2 pipeline to indicate pilot CO2 pressure. The system is designed to discharge the required number of cylinders into each space protected as follows : CO2 Requirements 'The amount of CO2 required to be carried on board the vessel depends upon the volume of the largest protected compartment. A pressure gauge and relief are fitted to the main CO2 manifold. Fixed systems are therefore designed to include safeguards which prevent the automatic release of the CO2 whilst the protected area is occupied. • Cargo machinery room • Cargo compressor motor room • Machinery control room • Switchboard rooms • Transformer rooms • Emergency generator room • Paint store • Elect. System Description Areas Protected The CO2 system installed in the ship protects the following spaces .4kg CO2 cylinders located in the CO2 bottle and foam tank room. Description Dependent upon the application. The release cabinets are all situated in the fire station space.3. Only one pilot CO2 cylinder would be opened at any time to release the CO2. Release pilot CO2 by opening the screw down valve on one of the pilot cylinders only. which are the total numbers of the largest volume for cargo compressor room (21) and that for switchboard room (19). the other protected spaces have fewer cylinders released as indicated above. all 19 cylinders are released into the switchboard rooms.4 kg Central Bank CO2 System The central bank CO2 system for engine room consists of 19 x 45. One isolation valve is connected via small bore pilot gas pipework to the cylinder bank to open the required number of cylinders. If the release of CO2 is authorized. Cylinders are grouped together according to the space they protect. fuel supplies and ventilation systems as appropriate. b) Check that all personnel have been evacuated from the protected space.

d) The remaining necessary CO2 cylinders will automatically and the CO2 will be discharged into the space. b) Do not open the compartment until it is evident that the fire is completely extinguished. Manual Operation Should the pilot CO2 cylinders fail to open the main CO2 cylinders for the protected compartment then these must be opened manually. In the unlikely event of pilot gas release failure the second pilot cylinder valve must be opened in order to release CO2 from that cylinder.2 Engine Room CO2 Fire Extinguishing System After Release of CO2 Following the release of CO2 the following procedure must be undertaken. c) Entry into the protected compartment must only be made by personnel wearing breathing apparatus and with fire extinguishing equipment.3. The CO2 cylinders for each protected compartment are grouped together and so it is easy to recognize which cylinders must be manually opened for any protected compartment. b) Remove the manual release handle from its mounting position near the cylinders. WARNING Do not enter CO2 flooded space without using breathing apparatus. The protected compartment must be completely ventilated before the door to the space is opened. d) Repeat these procedures for each cylinder until the specified number have been discharged. The main line valve to the protected compartment must also be operated manually. All cylinders can be individually manually discharged into any of the protected cargo compartments as and when they are required. . Pull the handle as far as possible in order to operate the release mechanism for the cylinder. b) Remove the manual release handle from its mounting position near the cylinders. The procedure for opening the main cylinders is as below.10. The CO2 alarm will sound and the ventilation fans will stop. a) Allow enough time for the CO2 to extinguish the fire. The CO2 alarm will sound and the ventilation fans will stop. c) Insert the end of the handle into the hole in the release lever. these should be opened by operation of the manual release lever on top of each CO2 cylinder as follows : a) Open the main line valve (E) leading to the protected space. Entry by personnel not wearing breathing apparatus must be prohibited until a test confirms that the atmosphere in the compartment contains at least 21% oxygen. Cargo Compressor Room a) Open the main line valve (E) leading to the cargo compressor room. c) Insert the end of the handle into the hole in the release lever and open one or two of the CO2 cylinders in the CO2 bank.

RM. TRANSFORMER SPACE. 1. CO2 GAS IS STORED IN 40 CO2 CYLINDERS. (SEE SKETCH) CO2 WILL NOW BE RELEASED INTO THE ROOM ON FIRE. WHEN THESE ALARMS ARE ACTIVATED. OPEN CONTROL VALVE FOR THE ROOM ON FIRE 2. GO TO THE FIRE STATION AND OPEN THE DOOR OF THE VALVE RELEASE CABINET FOR THE ROOM ON FIRE. ALARMS ARE PROVIDED IN ALL THESE ROOMS TO GIVE ADVANCE WARNING WARNING OF DISCHARGE OF CO2. 4. ELECTRIC 6 INSTRUMENT WORKSHOP. CO2 GAS WILL BE DISCHARGED INTO THE ROOM ON FIRE. 1. ALL PERSONNEL MUST LEAVE THE ROOM IMMEDIATELY. THE NECESSARY HANDLES ARE LOCATED ON THE RED PLATE MARKED "HANDLES FOR CO2 CYLINDER VALVES" 1. THE CO2 CYLINDERS ARE ARRANAGED FOR QUICK (PNEUMATIC) RELEASE. 6. 2. ELECTRIC 6 INSTRUMENT WORKSHOP. WORK SHOP EM'CY GEN.FLOODING CO2 FIREFIGHTING SYSTEM IS INSTALLED IN THIS SHIP TO COVER THE ROOMS AND STORES. SPACE (3RD DK) PAINT STORE (UPP. WORK SHOP EM'CY GEN. AN EEX-SIGNAL HORN IS PROVIDED IN PAINT STORE. 19 CO2 CYLINDERS ARE IN THE CO2 & FORM TANK ROOM (A-DECK). RM CO2 RELEASE ALARM RELAY BOX MAIN SOURCE EM'CY SOURCE ALARM TEST SUPPLY CABINET FIRE STATION PAINT STORE ELEC.DK) ELECTRIC & INSTRUMENT WORK SHOP CARGO MACHINERY ROOM CARGO MOTOR ROOM NO. RM. 2. RM & SWBD RM HIGH VOLT TRANS.2a Engine Room CO2 Fire Extinguishing System SUPPLY CABINET FIRE STATION PAINT STORE ELEC. SPACE EM'CY GEN. DK) EMERGENCY GENERATOR ROOM & EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD ROOM (A . IF NOT. NOTE CO2 FIREFIGHTING SYSTEM TO BE USED ONLY FOR FIRE EXTINGUISHING AND NOT INERTING PURPOSE. OPEN BY HAND. PERSONS ENTERING ANY ROOM INTO WHICH CO2 HAS BEEN DISCHARGED MIST WEAR BREATHING APPARATUS UNTIL IT HAS BEEN VERIFIED THAT THE OXYGEN CONTENT IS BACK TO NORMAL. & INST.10. THE CO2 CYLINDERS ARE ARRANAGED FOR QUICK (PNEUMATIC) RELEASE. CONT. FOR THIS PURPOSE. PULL BACK MANUAL RELEASE FOR THE ROOM ON FIRE . CLOSE ALL DOORS. RM & SWBD RM HIGH VOLT TRANS. THIS WILL CAUSE THE DISCHARGE ALARMS TO OPERATE. TAKE MANUAL HANDLE(S) FROM THE RED PLATE SO MARKED AND OPEN REQUIRED NUMBER OF CO2 CYLINDERS BY HAND. AND OTHER OPENINGS TO THE ROOM ON FIRE. SPACE MACH. OPEN THE DOOR OF SUPPLY CABINET AND OPEN ONE OF TOP VALVE ON THE PILOT CYLINDER. RM CO2 RELEASE ALARM RELAY BOX TIME DELAY UNIT TO ATMOS. FOR THIS PURPOSE. & INST. SHUT DOWN ALL MACHINERY IN THE ROOM ON FIRE. ELECTRIC 6 INSTRUMENT WORKSHOP. THIS WILL CAUSE THE DISCHARGE ALARMS TO OPERATE. 6. MAKE SURE ALL PERSONNEL ARE EVACUATED FROM THE ROOM ON FIRE. INSERT HANDLE (FROM RED PLATE) INTO TOP OF VALVE 2. RM MOTOR RM HIGH VOLT TRANS. 2. CHECK THAT CONTROL (SELECTOR) VALVE FOR THE ROOM ON FIRE HAS OPENED AND THAT THE CORRECT NUMBER OF CO2 CYLINDERS HAVE BEEN DISCHARGED. AFTER A TIME LAPSE OF APPROXIMATE 30 SECONDS FROM OPENING THE PILOT CYLINDER TOP VALVE. AN EEX-SIGNAL HORN IS PROVIDED IN PAINT STORE. TRANSFORMER SPACE. 21 CO2 CYLINDERS ARE IN THE CO2 BOTTLE ROOM (UPP. GO TO THE FIRE STATION AND OPEN THE DOOR OF THE VALVE RELEASE CABINET FOR THE ROOM ON FIRE. WORK SHOP EM'CY GEN. AN EEX-SIGNAL HORN IS PROVIDED IN PAINT STORE. CONT. ALARMS ARE PROVIDED IN ALL THESE ROOMS TO GIVE ADVANCE WARNING WARNING OF DISCHARGE OF CO2. OPEN BY HAND. OPERATION OF THE SYSTEM IF A FIRE OCCURS IN ONE OF THE CO2-PROTECTED ROOMS. RM GENERAL DESCRIOTION OF THE SYSTEM A TOTAL . OPEN THE DOOR OF SUPPLY CABINET AND OPEN ONE OF TOP VALVE ON THE PILOT CYLINDER. 4. OPEN CONTROL VALVE FOR THE ROOM ON FIRE 2. WORK SHOP PAINT STORE AFTER A FIRE GO TO THE CO2 BOTTLE ROOM. TRANSFORMER SPACE. ALARMS ARE PROVIDED IN ALL THESE ROOMS TO GIVE ADVANCE WARNING WARNING OF DISCHARGE OF CO2. THIS WILL CAUSE THE DISCHARGE ALARMS TO OPERATE. CONT. SWITCHBOARD ROOM. EM'CY GENERATOR RM & EM'CY SWITCHBOARD RM. 1. IT MUST BE THOROUGHLY VENTILATED. VENTILATORS. WHEN THESE ALARMS ARE ACTIVATED. ELECTRIC 6 INSTRUMENT WORKSHOP.DECK. 1. RM. IN THE VALVE RELEASE CABINET. OF CO2 CYLS TO BE DISCHARGED HIGH VOLT TRANS. SPACE EM'CY GEN. FOR THIS PURPOSE. RM & SWBD RM HIGH VOLT TRANS. OPEN CONTROL VALVE FOR THE ROOM ON FIRE 2. (THE CONTROL VALVE FOR THE ROMM ON FIRE WILL BE OPEN AND THE VENTILATION FANS TO BE STOPPED) 7. 3. PROTECTED SPACES SWITCHBOARD ROOM (2ND DK) MACHINERY CONT. SWITCHBOARD ROOM. HIGH VOLT.3. CO2 GAS IS STORED IN 40 CO2 CYLINDERS. SHUT DOWN ALL MACHINERY IN THE ROOM ON FIRE. IT MUST BE THOROUGHLY VENTILATED. MAKE SURE ALL PERSONNEL ARE EVACUATED FROM THE ROOM ON FIRE. THE CO2 CYLINDERS ARE ARRANAGED FOR QUICK (PNEUMATIC) RELEASE. (THE CONTROL VALVE FOR THE ROMM ON FIRE WILL BE OPEN AND THE VENTILATION FANS TO BE STOPPED) 7. 3. MAKE SURE ALL PERSONNEL ARE EVACUATED FROM THE ROOM ON FIRE. OPERATION OF THE SYSTEM IF A FIRE OCCURS IN ONE OF THE CO2-PROTECTED ROOMS. 21 CO2 CYLINDERS ARE IN THE CO2 BOTTLE ROOM (UPP. IF NOT. AND OTHER OPENINGS TO THE ROOM ON FIRE. TAKE MANUAL HANDLE(S) FROM THE RED PLATE SO MARKED AND OPEN REQUIRED NUMBER OF CO2 CYLINDERS BY HAND. 5. MOTOR SIRENS AND ROTATING LAMPS ARE PROVIDED IN MACHI. 21 CO2 CYLINDERS ARE IN THE CO2 BOTTLE ROOM (UPP. PROTECTED SPACES SWITCHBOARD ROOM (2ND DK) MACHINERY CONT. IN THE VALVE RELEASE CABINET. INSERT HANDLE (FROM RED PLATE) INTO TOP OF VALVE 2. OF CO2 CYLS TO BE DISCHARGED MOTOR RM SWBD RM MACHINERY CONT. OF CO2 CYLS TO BE DISCHARGED MOTOR RM HIGH VOLT TRANS. 5. SEE SKETCH SHOWING MANUAL RELEASE METHOD FOR PRESSURE OPERATED CYLINDER VALVES. OPEN THE BALL VALVES (PUT DOWN THE HANDLE). BEFORE RE-OPENING ANY ROOM INTO WHICH CO2 HAS BEEN DISCHARGED. SEE SKETCH SHOWING MANUAL RELEASE METHOD FOR PRESSURE OPERATED CYLINDER VALVES. WORK SHOP PAINT STORE AFTER A FIRE GO TO THE CO2 BOTTLE ROOM. 2. PULL BACK MANUAL RELEASE FOR THE ROOM ON FIRE 10. SHORE / AIR CONNECTION TO ATMOS.2a Engine Room CO2 Fire Extinguishing System SUPPLY CABINET FIRE STATION PAINT STORE ELEC. ROOM (2ND DK) HIGH VOLT TRANS. 3.DK) ELECTRIC & INSTRUMENT WORK SHOP CARGO MACHINERY ROOM CARGO MOTOR ROOM NO. S-SIDE). 3. RM & SWBD RM CO2 CYLINDERS IN CO2 BOTTLE & FOAM TANK ROOM CARGO MACHINE RM 19 8 4 2 6 3 21 8 TOTAL : 40 CYLS CO2 CYLINDERS IN CO2 BOTTLE ROOM ELEC. SPACE MACH. PERSONS ENTERING ANY ROOM INTO WHICH CO2 HAS BEEN DISCHARGED MIST WEAR BREATHING APPARATUS UNTIL IT HAS BEEN VERIFIED THAT THE OXYGEN CONTENT IS BACK TO NORMAL. AIR HORNS AND EX-PROOF ROTATING LAMPS ARE PROVIDED IN CARGO MACHINERY ROOM AND MOTOR ROOM. RM & SWBD RM CO2 CYLINDERS IN CO2 BOTTLE & FOAM TANK ROOM CARGO MACHINE RM 19 8 4 2 6 3 21 8 TOTAL : 40 CYLS CO2 CYLINDERS IN CO2 BOTTLE ROOM ELEC. RM & SWBD RM CO2 CYLINDERS IN CO2 BOTTLE & FOAM TANK ROOM CARGO MACHINE RM GENERAL DESCRIOTION OF THE SYSTEM A TOTAL . EM'CY GENERATOR RM & EM'CY SWITCHBOARD RM. RM SWBD RM MOTOR RM CARGO MACH. SPACE MACH.DECK. CHECK THAT CONTROL (SELECTOR) VALVE FOR THE ROOM ON FIRE HAS OPENED AND THAT THE CORRECT NUMBER OF CO2 CYLINDERS HAVE BEEN DISCHARGED. THE REMOTE RELEASE CABINETS ARE LOCATED IN THE FIRE STATION. CONT. BEFORE RE-OPENING ANY ROOM INTO WHICH CO2 HAS BEEN DISCHARGED. IF NOT. TAKE MANUAL HANDLE(S) FROM THE RED PLATE SO MARKED AND OPEN REQUIRED NUMBER OF CO2 CYLINDERS BY HAND. SEE SKETCH SHOWING MANUAL RELEASE METHOD FOR PRESSURE OPERATED CYLINDER VALVES. NOTE CO2 FIREFIGHTING SYSTEM TO BE USED ONLY FOR FIRE EXTINGUISHING AND NOT INERTING PURPOSE. PROTECTED SPACES SWITCHBOARD ROOM (2ND DK) MACHINERY CONT. 3. MAIN SOURCE EM'CY SOURCE ALARM TEST SHORE / AIR CONNECTION TO ATMOS. SPACE EM'CY GEN. HIGH VOLT. THE NECESSARY HANDLES ARE LOCATED ON THE RED PLATE MARKED "HANDLES FOR CO2 CYLINDER VALVES" 1. WHEN THESE ALARMS ARE ACTIVATED.DECK. 2. AIR HORNS AND EX-PROOF ROTATING LAMPS ARE PROVIDED IN CARGO MACHINERY ROOM AND MOTOR ROOM. RM GENERAL DESCRIOTION OF THE SYSTEM A TOTAL . NOTE CO2 FIREFIGHTING SYSTEM TO BE USED ONLY FOR FIRE EXTINGUISHING AND NOT INERTING PURPOSE. THE REMOTE RELEASE CABINETS ARE LOCATED IN THE FIRE STATION.3. IN THE VALVE RELEASE CABINET. CLOSE ALL DOORS. SPACE EM'CY GEN. OPEN THE BALL VALVES (PUT DOWN THE HANDLE). & INST. 19 CO2 CYLINDERS ARE IN THE CO2 & FORM TANK ROOM (A-DECK). TRANSFORMER SPACE. EM'CY GENERATOR RM & EM'CY SWITCHBOARD RM. AND OTHER OPENINGS TO THE ROOM ON FIRE. ALL PERSONNEL MUST LEAVE THE ROOM IMMEDIATELY. WHEN THESE ALARMS ARE ACTIVATED. WHICH CANNOT BE PUT OUT BY PORTABLE FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT. MOTOR SIRENS AND ROTATING LAMPS ARE PROVIDED IN MACHI. PERSONS ENTERING ANY ROOM INTO WHICH CO2 HAS BEEN DISCHARGED MIST WEAR BREATHING APPARATUS UNTIL IT HAS BEEN VERIFIED THAT THE OXYGEN CONTENT IS BACK TO NORMAL. 1.DECK. 5. GO TO THE FIRE STATION AND OPEN THE DOOR OF THE VALVE RELEASE CABINET FOR THE ROOM ON FIRE. OF CO2 CYLS TO BE DISCHARGED MOTOR RM HIGH VOLT TRANS. CONT. (SEE SKETCH) CO2 WILL NOW BE RELEASED INTO THE ROOM ON FIRE. PROTECTED SPACES SWITCHBOARD ROOM (2ND DK) MACHINERY CONT. SHUT DOWN ALL MACHINERY IN THE ROOM ON FIRE. VENTILATORS. RM. SEE SKETCH SHOWING MANUAL RELEASE METHOD FOR PRESSURE OPERATED CYLINDER VALVES. EM'CY GENERATOR RM & EM'CY SWITCHBOARD RM. THE CO2 CYLINDERS ARE ARRANAGED FOR QUICK (PNEUMATIC) RELEASE. SHUT DOWN ALL MACHINERY IN THE ROOM ON FIRE. AFTER A TIME LAPSE OF APPROXIMATE 30 SECONDS FROM OPENING THE PILOT CYLINDER TOP VALVE. CO2 GAS IS STORED IN 40 CO2 CYLINDERS. HIGH VOLT. OPEN BY HAND. SPACE MACH. TAKE ALL REASONABLE PRECAUTIONS TO ASCERTAIN THAT THE FIRE IS EXTINGUISHED BEFORE OPENING THE ROOM WHICH WAS ON FIRE. CHECK THAT CONTROL (SELECTOR) VALVE FOR THE ROOM ON FIRE HAS OPENED AND THAT THE CORRECT NUMBER OF CO2 CYLINDERS HAVE BEEN DISCHARGED. 3. CLOSE ALL DOORS. INSERT HANDLE (FROM RED PLATE) INTO TOP OF VALVE 2. BEFORE RE-OPENING ANY ROOM INTO WHICH CO2 HAS BEEN DISCHARGED. 3. AFTER A TIME LAPSE OF APPROXIMATE 30 SECONDS FROM OPENING THE PILOT CYLINDER TOP VALVE. & INST. SHORE / AIR CONNECTION P P LS LS LS LS LS LS LS LS E E C01 HANDLES FOR CYLINDER VALVES C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 HANDLES FOR CYLINDER VALVES CO2 & FOAM TANK RM CO2 BOTTLE RM MAIN SOURCE EM'CY SOURCE ALARM TEST SWBD RM MACHINERY CONT. 4. TAKE ALL REASONABLE PRECAUTIONS TO ASCERTAIN THAT THE FIRE IS EXTINGUISHED BEFORE OPENING THE ROOM WHICH WAS ON FIRE. VENTILATORS. WORK SHOP PAINT STORE 19 8 4 2 6 3 21 8 TOTAL : 40 CYLS CO2 CYLINDERS IN CO2 BOTTLE ROOM ELEC.2a Engine Room CO2 Fire Extinguishing System SUPPLY CABINET FIRE STATION PAINT STORE ELEC. (THE CONTROL VALVE FOR THE ROMM ON FIRE WILL BE OPEN AND THE VENTILATION FANS TO BE STOPPED) 7. MOTOR SIRENS AND ROTATING LAMPS ARE PROVIDED IN MACHI. SHORE / AIR CONNECTION P P P LS LS P C01 C01 HANDLES FOR CYLINDER VALVES TIME DELAY UNIT TO ATMOS. CO2 GAS WILL BE DISCHARGED INTO THE ROOM ON FIRE. OPEN THE BALL VALVES (PUT DOWN THE HANDLE). CONT. IN THE VALVE RELEASE CABINET. VENTILATORS. THE REMOTE RELEASE CABINETS ARE LOCATED IN THE FIRE STATION. RM & SWBD RM CO2 CYLINDERS IN CO2 BOTTLE & FOAM TANK ROOM CARGO MACHINE RM 19 8 4 2 6 3 21 8 TOTAL : 40 CYLS CO2 CYLINDERS IN CO2 BOTTLE ROOM ELEC. OPERATION OF THE SYSTEM IF A FIRE OCCURS IN ONE OF THE CO2-PROTECTED ROOMS. AFTER A FIRE GO TO THE CO2 BOTTLE ROOM. THIS WILL CAUSE THE DISCHARGE ALARMS TO OPERATE. DK) EMERGENCY GENERATOR ROOM & EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD ROOM (A . OPERATION OF THE SYSTEM IF A FIRE OCCURS IN ONE OF THE CO2-PROTECTED ROOMS. ALARMS ARE PROVIDED IN ALL THESE ROOMS TO GIVE ADVANCE WARNING WARNING OF DISCHARGE OF CO2. TAKE THE KEY FROM THE INSIDE OF THE VALVE RELEASE CABINET DOOR.3. SPACE (3RD DK) PAINT STORE (UPP. DK) EMERGENCY GENERATOR ROOM & EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD ROOM (A . OPEN THE DOOR OF SUPPLY CABINET AND OPEN ONE OF TOP VALVE ON THE PILOT CYLINDER. CO2 GAS WILL BE DISCHARGED INTO THE ROOM ON FIRE. AFTER A TIME LAPSE OF APPROXIMATE 30 SECONDS FROM OPENING THE PILOT CYLINDER TOP VALVE. 3. 4.3. 6.DK) ELECTRIC & INSTRUMENT WORK SHOP CARGO MACHINERY ROOM CARGO MOTOR ROOM NO. SHORE / AIR CONNECTION P P LS LS LS LS LS LS LS LS LS LS LS LS LS LS E E E E C01 HANDLES FOR CYLINDER VALVES C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 HANDLES FOR CYLINDER VALVES C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 HANDLES FOR CYLINDER VALVES CO2 & FOAM TANK RM CO2 BOTTLE RM CO2 & FOAM TANK RM CO2 BOTTLE RM SWBD RM MACHINERY CONT. MOTOR SIRENS AND ROTATING LAMPS ARE PROVIDED IN MACHI. SWITCHBOARD ROOM. CHECK THAT CONTROL (SELECTOR) VALVE FOR THE ROOM ON FIRE HAS OPENED AND THAT THE CORRECT NUMBER OF CO2 CYLINDERS HAVE BEEN DISCHARGED. TAKE MANUAL HANDLE(S) FROM THE RED PLATE SO MARKED AND OPEN REQUIRED NUMBER OF CO2 CYLINDERS BY HAND. THE NECESSARY HANDLES ARE LOCATED ON THE RED PLATE MARKED "HANDLES FOR CO2 CYLINDER VALVES" 1. & INST. 1. HIGH VOLT. WORK SHOP EM'CY GEN. OPEN THE BALL VALVES (PUT DOWN THE HANDLE). WHICH CANNOT BE PUT OUT BY PORTABLE FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT. PULL BACK MANUAL RELEASE FOR THE ROOM ON FIRE LS LS LS LS LS LS LS LS NOTE CO2 FIREFIGHTING SYSTEM TO BE USED ONLY FOR FIRE EXTINGUISHING AND NOT INERTING PURPOSE. AIR HORNS AND EX-PROOF ROTATING LAMPS ARE PROVIDED IN CARGO MACHINERY ROOM AND MOTOR ROOM. 2. ROOM (2ND DK) HIGH VOLT TRANS. OPEN BY HAND. CO2 GAS IS STORED IN 40 CO2 CYLINDERS. IF NOT. 2. THE NECESSARY HANDLES ARE LOCATED ON THE RED PLATE MARKED "HANDLES FOR CO2 CYLINDER VALVES" 1. SPACE (3RD DK) PAINT STORE (UPP. ALL PERSONNEL MUST LEAVE THE ROOM IMMEDIATELY. OPEN THE DOOR OF SUPPLY CABINET AND OPEN ONE OF TOP VALVE ON THE PILOT CYLINDER. ROOM (2ND DK) HIGH VOLT TRANS. 6. CONT. 2.FLOODING CO2 FIREFIGHTING SYSTEM IS INSTALLED IN THIS SHIP TO COVER THE ROOMS AND STORES. CLOSE ALL DOORS. AN EEX-SIGNAL HORN IS PROVIDED IN PAINT STORE. SPACE (3RD DK) PAINT STORE (UPP. RM CO2 RELEASE ALARM RELAY BOX TIME DELAY UNIT TO ATMOS. TAKE THE KEY FROM THE INSIDE OF THE VALVE RELEASE CABINET DOOR. 5. 1.FLOODING CO2 FIREFIGHTING SYSTEM IS INSTALLED IN THIS SHIP TO COVER THE ROOMS AND STORES. GO TO THE FIRE STATION AND OPEN THE DOOR OF THE VALVE RELEASE CABINET FOR THE ROOM ON FIRE. BEFORE RE-OPENING ANY ROOM INTO WHICH CO2 HAS BEEN DISCHARGED. 1. SHORE / AIR CONNECTION TO ATMOS. TAKE THE KEY FROM THE INSIDE OF THE VALVE RELEASE CABINET DOOR. & INST. FOR THIS PURPOSE. 21 CO2 CYLINDERS ARE IN THE CO2 BOTTLE ROOM (UPP. WORK SHOP PAINT STORE AFTER A FIRE GO TO THE CO2 BOTTLE ROOM. TAKE ALL REASONABLE PRECAUTIONS TO ASCERTAIN THAT THE FIRE IS EXTINGUISHED BEFORE OPENING THE ROOM WHICH WAS ON FIRE. RM SWBD RM MOTOR RM CARGO MACH. DK) EMERGENCY GENERATOR ROOM & EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD ROOM (A . 1. RM SWBD RM MOTOR RM CARGO MACH. INSERT HANDLE (FROM RED PLATE) INTO TOP OF VALVE 2. & INST. ROOM (2ND DK) HIGH VOLT TRANS. CO2 GAS WILL BE DISCHARGED INTO THE ROOM ON FIRE. 19 CO2 CYLINDERS ARE IN THE CO2 & FORM TANK ROOM (A-DECK). S-SIDE). WHICH CANNOT BE PUT OUT BY PORTABLE FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT. THE REMOTE RELEASE CABINETS ARE LOCATED IN THE FIRE STATION. & INST. S-SIDE). SWITCHBOARD ROOM. OPEN CONTROL VALVE FOR THE ROOM ON FIRE 2. PERSONS ENTERING ANY ROOM INTO WHICH CO2 HAS BEEN DISCHARGED MIST WEAR BREATHING APPARATUS UNTIL IT HAS BEEN VERIFIED THAT THE OXYGEN CONTENT IS BACK TO NORMAL. ALL PERSONNEL MUST LEAVE THE ROOM IMMEDIATELY. PULL BACK MANUAL RELEASE FOR THE ROOM ON FIRE E E C01 HANDLES FOR CYLINDER VALVES C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 C01 HANDLES FOR CYLINDER VALVES CO2 & FOAM TANK RM CO2 BOTTLE RM SWBD RM MACHINERY CONT. 19 CO2 CYLINDERS ARE IN THE CO2 & FORM TANK ROOM (A-DECK). CONT. SHORE / AIR CONNECTION 10. 1. (THE CONTROL VALVE FOR THE ROMM ON FIRE WILL BE OPEN AND THE VENTILATION FANS TO BE STOPPED) 7. RM CO2 RELEASE ALARM RELAY BOX MAIN SOURCE EM'CY SOURCE ALARM TEST TIME DELAY UNIT TO ATMOS. (SEE SKETCH) CO2 WILL NOW BE RELEASED INTO THE ROOM ON FIRE. SHORE / AIR CONNECTION TO ATMOS. AND OTHER OPENINGS TO THE ROOM ON FIRE.2a Engine Room CO2 Fire Extinguishing System 10. RM & SWBD RM HIGH VOLT TRANS. RM GENERAL DESCRIOTION OF THE SYSTEM A TOTAL . 1. AIR HORNS AND EX-PROOF ROTATING LAMPS ARE PROVIDED IN CARGO MACHINERY ROOM AND MOTOR ROOM. RM SWBD RM MOTOR RM CARGO MACH. TAKE ALL REASONABLE PRECAUTIONS TO ASCERTAIN THAT THE FIRE IS EXTINGUISHED BEFORE OPENING THE ROOM WHICH WAS ON FIRE. (SEE SKETCH) CO2 WILL NOW BE RELEASED INTO THE ROOM ON FIRE. 1. MAKE SURE ALL PERSONNEL ARE EVACUATED FROM THE ROOM ON FIRE.FLOODING CO2 FIREFIGHTING SYSTEM IS INSTALLED IN THIS SHIP TO COVER THE ROOMS AND STORES. WHICH CANNOT BE PUT OUT BY PORTABLE FIREFIGHTING EQUIPMENT. IT MUST BE THOROUGHLY VENTILATED. TAKE THE KEY FROM THE INSIDE OF THE VALVE RELEASE CABINET DOOR. S-SIDE). IT MUST BE THOROUGHLY VENTILATED.DK) ELECTRIC & INSTRUMENT WORK SHOP CARGO MACHINERY ROOM CARGO MOTOR ROOM NO.

800 rpm 1 Horizontal gear 15 m3/h x 1. heating rooms • F. These valves should remain open during normal service. pump rooms • Incinerator room • Diesel generator rooms • Steering gear room • Stairway 52 generators 12 generators 9 generators 7 generators 2 generators 2 generators 2 generators 9 generators 4 generators 6 generators 4 generators 6 generators 14 generators 2 generators System Operation The system operation is controlled automatically by the programmed logic circuit (PLC) in the control cabinet.O. The foam concentrate tank is fitted inside the CO2 bottle and foam tank room which is located on the port side of the A-Deck. Ensure that all personnel are evacuated from the space into which the foam is to be injected and close all doors and openings to that space. The test (maintenance) mode is normally used for testing and maintenance the system by utilizing switches located at the inside of the control cabinet.6 and 0. . The foam chemical mixes with sea water in the proportioner and the combined liquid is pumped to the protected spaces through a 300mm supply line.3. however back-up power from the emergency switchboard has been provided for. The system is manually operated and can be released from the main control cabinet in the CO2 bottle and foam tank room or the sub control panel in the fire control station. YHE-30 and YHE-60. If it is necessary to operate the system in the case of a fire then the following procedure needs to be followed : a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) Ensure that power is available to the control panel and pumps. pump rooms • Incinerator room • Diesel generator rooms • Steering gear room • Stairway The system supplies high expansion foam making chemical and salt water or fresh water to the spaces listed above through dedicated lines that are each controlled by electric motor operated butterfly valves. Procedure for Making the Foam System Operational a) Check the foam concentrate tank visually for any damage or leakage. of sets : Type : Capacity : Motor: Yamato Protec Corporation 1 8.3a”Engine Room Hot Foam Fire Extinguishing System”.000 litres 0. Precautions must be observed regarding breathable atmosphere and the risk of a further fire outbreak if the seat of the fire has not cooled down completely. In the event of failure of the control system the hot foam system may be controlled manually as described later. Press the “PREPARATION” button on the control panel. The tank is a standard 8. When the fire is extinguished the system must be manually switched off by pressing the “SYSTEM STOP” pushbutton.7 MPa and with the speed at which it passes through the housing it creates a negative pressure. It is important to note that to ensure correct operation of this system only the manufacturer’s approved foam making chemicals should be used. The water / foam mix enters the generator housing at a pressure of between 0.30 MPa 18. Alarm sounds in engine room.4 MPa 1 Vertical centrifugal 630 m3/h at 105 mTH 340 kW x 1. When the system is not in use valves AV2-4 and AV3-1~AV13 must all be closed. Description The Yamato High Expansion Foam fire fighting system provides a local fire extinguishing capability to each of the following areas: • Engine room • Engine room casing • Engine room store • Engine room workshop • BOG pipe hood • Laboratory • Chemical store • Inert gas room • F. When the fire has been extinguished and the space has cooled down the foam must be cleared from the room before personnel may enter.O.are open. one has big capacity and the others are small of the same capacity. it is essential to ensure that all personnel have been evacuated . of sets : Tank capacity : Generator inlet pressure : Emergency Fire Pump No. Electrical power for the pumps and control panels is supplied from the main switchboard distribution system. A total of 131 generators are used with the numbers in each location being as follows : • Engine room • Engine room casing • Engine room store • Engine room workshop • BOG pipe hood • Laboratory • Chemical store • Inert gas room • F.O.000 litre unit made of steel and has a full charge when it has 7.200 rpm There are three concentrate / water mixing units. This pressure reduction causes air and smoke to be drawn into the housing so mixing with the foam / water solution to create a high expansion foam.289 litres of foam making chemical inside. Ensure that the valves MV1~MV4. The generators are designed as an integral part of the High Expansion foam system. c) Check that the emergency fire pump sea water supply valves are all open.10. WARNING Before activating the hot foam system in any protected compartment. The combinations of the units are controlled automatically by the main control panel depending upon the protected spaces to be extinguished.3.3 Engine Room Hot Foam Fire Extinguishing System Foam System Maker : No. and these have a foam production capability of 16m3/min. b) Ensure there is sufficient foam chemical in the foam tank. The hot foam system may be operated from the control panel in the foam tank room or from individual sub panel situated in the fire station. The generators are constructed from stainless steel and are built as one unit with no moving parts. The capacity of the system is designed to be able to supply foam to all of the protected spaces simultaneously.Procedure for Operating the System from the Foam Tank Room The following description and valve numbers refer to Illustration 10. The foam is generated by mixing the foam making chemical with sea water at a rate of 2% chemical solution to 98% sea water.O. d) If the weather is cold. Confirm that the foam concentrate pump is running. They each have one discharge nozzle. Alarms are provided in the protected spaces to give warning of discharge of the system. The generators utilized are designated as YHE-15. 32m3/min and 65m3/min respectively. Press “START” push button of the area to be flooded after the “PREPARATION” lamp has been continuous lighting from flickering. the pump and system heaters must be left on. of sets : Type : Capacity : Motor : Form Concentrate Pump No. heating rooms • F. Confirm that the emergency fire pump is running.5 kW x 1.

TO STOP (1) PUSH THE SYSTEM STOP BUTTON. HEATING ROOM TO START (1) START THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP.1 D/G ROOM No.2 D/G ROOM TO START (1) PUSH THE PREPARATION BUTTON. ENGINE ROOM TO START (1) START THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP.3 FORM CONCENTRATE PRESS.G. STORE No.O. (2) STOP THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP MANUALLY.O.2 F. (3) WHEN THE PRESSURE GAUGE (PI4) SHOWS MORE THAN 0.3 FORM CONCENTRATE PRESS. (AV1-2).G. THE SELECTION VALVE TO OPEN AND THE HIGH EXPANSION FOAM IS DISCHARGED.O. OPEN THE VALVES (AV3-1). LOW No. FILLING PIPE AV2-1 M DPS PI1 AV1-1 M P DPS P M AV3-4 INCINERATOR ROOM TO START (1) PUSH THE PREPARATION BUTTON. A ~ SOURCE TO STOP (1) STOP THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP AND FOAM CONCENTRATE PUMP. IF THE SYSTEM IS OPERATED MANUALLY.G. STEERING GEAR ROOM TO START (1) PUSH THE PREPARATION BUTTON. PUMP ROOM (S) P P DPS M AV3-9 TO STOP (1) STOP THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP AND FOAM CONCENTRATE PUMP. ROOM No. HEATING RM LABORATORY BOG PIPE HOOD ENG. (AV2-4) AND START THE FOAM CONCENTRATE PUMP. (2) MAKE SURE THAT THE PREPARATION LAMP FLICKER TO LIGHT CONTINUOUS. ROOM P DPS M AV3-8 FOAM CONCENTRATE PUMP I. (PI2). ROOM CASING 11 min 6 min 2 min 2 min 2 min 2 min 2 min 2 min 12 min 7 min 2 min 17 min (CAUTION) (1) AFTER THE FIRE EXTINGUISHED. (AV2-3). THE PROTECTED SPACE SHOULD BE COOLED AND VENTILATED WELL BEFORE ANY CREW ENTERS THERE. No. (2) MAKE SURE THAT THE PREPARATION LAMP FLICKER TO LIGHT CONTINUOUS. (2) IF THE SYSTEM CAN NOT BE OPERATED AUTOMATICALLY.6MPa.O. (2) WHEN THE PRESSURE GAUGE (PI1) SHOWS MORE THAN 0.1 F. THE ALARMS SOUND IN THE ENGINE ROOM FOR EVACUATION AND THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP IS STARTED. OPEN THE VALVES (AV1-1). THE ALARMS SOUND IN THE I. (AV2-4) AND (AV3-7). (2) CLOSE THE VALVES (AV1-1). THE PROTECTED SPACE SHOULD BE COOLED AND VENTILATED WELL BEFORE ANY CREW ENTERS THERE. (3) AFTER USING THE SYSTEM. ROOM INCINERATOR. ROOM FOR EVACUATION AND THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP IS STARTED.O.O. (2) WHEN THE PRESSURE GAUGE (PI1) SHOWS MORE THAN 0.1 WATER SPRAY PRESS. (2) MAKE SURE THAT THE PREPARATION LAMP FLICKER TO LIGHT CONTINUOUS. OPEN THE VALVE (AV3-6). (2) STOP THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP MANUALLY.G. EM'CY FIRE PUMP READY TO START EM'CY FIRE PUMP RUNNING FRESH WATER LINE USE SEA WATER LINE USE F. THE ALARMS SOUND IN THE INCINERATOR ROOM FOR EVACUATION AND THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP IS STARTED. (2) WHEN THE PRESSURE GAUGE (PI1) SHOWS MORE THAN 0. (AV2-1). OPERATE MANUALLY AT FOAM TANK ROOM.O. (2) STOP THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP MANUALLY. (AV1-3). ROOM (S) TO START (1) START THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP. (4) BEFORE USING THE SYSTEM. (2) CLOSE THE VALVES (AV1-1). (2) STOP THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP MANUALLY. (2) MAKE SURE THAT THE PREPARATION LAMP FLICKER TO LIGHT CONTINUOUS. POWER SOURCE SPACE HEATER ON OFF MAN REM INCINERATOR ROOM Y P YAmATO PROTECT CORPORATION TO STOP (1) STOP THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP AND FOAM CONCENTRATE PUMP. HEATING RM LABORATORY BOG PIPE HOOD ENG.2 D/G ROOM P M AV3-12 MV2 DPS P PI3 PS AV1-3 M AV2-3 M FCP PI5 P MV3 FROM EFP DPS P DPS P AV3-1 M P DPS P AV3-2 M P DPS P AV3-3 M P DPS P AV3-4 M P DPS P AV3-5 M P DPS P AV3-6 M P DPS P AV3-7 M P DPS P AV3-8 M P DPS P AV3-9 M P DPS P AV3-10 M P DPS P AV3-11 M P DPS P AV3-12 M P No.1 D/G RM No.O. PUMP ROOM (S) 3RD DECK I. AND PUSH THE STSRT BUTTON.6MPa.1 F. ROOM (S) TO START (1) PUSH THE PREPARATION BUTTON.G. (AV2-1). (AV3-8).G.O. MV4 ARE OPENED. OPERATE MANUALLY AT FOAM TANK ROOM. (AV2-1).1 F. THE SELECTION VALVE TO OPEN AND THE HIGH EXPANSION FOAM IS DISCHARGED.O. OPEN THE VALVE (AV3-12). PUMP. (2) STOP THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP MANUALLY. THE ALARMS SOUND IN THE No.6MPa. OPEN THE VALVE (AV3-8).6MPa. No.7MPa.G. (AV3-9).O. THE TANK IS TO BE FILLED WITH FOAM CONCENTRATE UP TO THE REQUIRED LEVEL.6MPa.1 D/G ROOM 300 P DPS FIRE MAIN P DPS TEST LINE (3) AFTER USING THE SYSTEM. (3) WHEN THE PRESSURE GAUGE (PI4) SHOWS MORE THAN 0. PUMP ROOM (S) 3RD DECK I.G.3a Engine Room Hot Foam Fire Extinguishing System FIRE STATION SUB CONTROL PANEL YAMATO HIGH EXPANSION FORM SYSTEM CONTROL PANEL ENGINE ROOM FORM DISCHARGE SECTION VALVE OPEN AV3-1 SECTION VALVE CLOSE AV3-1 PIPE LINE DAMAGE SECTION VALVE OPEN AV3-2 SECTION VALVE CLOSE AV3-2 PIPE LINE DAMAGE SECTION VALVE OPEN AV3-3 SECTION VALVE CLOSE AV3-3 PIPE LINE DAMAGE SECTION VALVE OPEN AV3-4 SECTION VALVE CLOSE AV3-4 PIPE LINE DAMAGE SECTION VALVE OPEN AV3-5 SECTION VALVE CLOSE AV3-5 PIPE LINE DAMAGE FOAM TANK ROOM MAIN CONTROL PANEL SUB CONTROL PANEL YAMATO HIGH EXPANSION FORM SYSTEM CONTROL PANEL ENGINE ROOM FORM DISCHARGE SECTION VALVE OPEN AV3-1 SECTION VALVE CLOSE AV3-1 PIPE LINE DAMAGE SECTION VALVE OPEN AV3-2 SECTION VALVE CLOSE AV3-2 PIPE LINE DAMAGE SECTION VALVE OPEN AV3-3 SECTION VALVE CLOSE AV3-3 PIPE LINE DAMAGE SECTION VALVE OPEN AV3-4 SECTION VALVE CLOSE AV3-4 PIPE LINE DAMAGE SECTION VALVE OPEN AV3-5 SECTION VALVE CLOSE AV3-5 PIPE LINE DAMAGE ST. THE ALARMS SOUND IN THE No. (AV2-1).G. (2) MAKE SURE THAT THE PREPARATION LAMP FLICKER TO LIGHT CONTINUOUS. AND PUSH THE STSRT BUTTON. (AV2-1). I. ROOM INCINERATOR. THE SELECTION VALVE TO OPEN AND THE HIGH EXPANSION FOAM IS DISCHARGED.2 F. SPACE HEATER STOP START INCINERATOR ROOM TO START (1) START THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP. (AV3-11). ROOM CHEMICAL STORE ENG. HEATING ROOM TO START (1) START THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP. No.2 WATER SPRAY PRESS.G. LOW No. (AV2-4) AND START THE FOAM CONCENTRATE PUMP.7MPa.1 F. (2) STOP THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP MANUALLY. (2) MAKE SURE THAT THE PREPARATION LAMP FLICKER TO LIGHT CONTINUOUS. (2) CLOSE THE VALVES (AV1-1). (2) MAKE SURE THAT THE PREPARATION LAMP FLICKER TO LIGHT CONTINUOUS.1 F. THE SELECTION VALVE TO OPEN AND THE HIGH EXPANSION FOAM IS DISCHARGED. HEATING ROOM FOR EVACUATION AND THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP IS STARTED. (AV3-3). (AV2-1).G.1 F. THE SELECTION VALVE TO OPEN AND THE HIGH EXPANSION FOAM IS DISCHARGED. YAmATO PROTECT CORPORATION FOAM TANK AV2-2 M DPS PI2 AV1-2 M P PS P DPS P M AV3-6 STEERING GEAR ROOM MV2 P DPS P M AV3-7 MV4 AV2-4 M PI4 P PS AV2-3 M DPS PI3 AV1-3 M PROPORTIONER OPERATING INSTRUCTION FOR YAMATO HIGH-EXPANSION FOAM SYSTEM .O. TO STOP (1) STOP THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP AND FOAM CONCENTRATE PUMP. HEATING RM No.7MPa. AND PUSH THE STSRT BUTTON. HEATING ROOM S P AV3-13 M ENGINE RM (S) LOWER ENGINE RM (S) MIDDLE & UPPER ENGINE RM (P) LOWER ENGINE RM (P) MIDDLE & UPPER ENG. (AV2-1). (AV2-4) AND (AV3-11).G. OPEN THE VALVE (AV3-11).O. TO STOP (1) PUSH THE SYSTEM STOP BUTTON.O. PUMP ROOM (P) F.G. P DPS P M AV3-1 STEERING GEAR ROOM TO START I. (AV2-4) AND START THE FOAM CONCENTRATE PUMP. (2) MAKE SURE THAT THE PREPARATION LAMP FLICKER TO LIGHT CONTINUOUS. THE SELECTION VALVE TO OPEN AND THE HIGH EXPANSION FOAM IS DISCHARGED. TO STOP (1) STOP THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP AND FOAM CONCENTRATE PUMP. No. AND PUSH THE STSRT BUTTON.6MPa. (AV2-2). LOW No. (AV2-2).1 D/G ROOM FOR EVACUATION AND THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP IS STARTED. (2) CLOSE THE VALVES (AV1-1). (FOAM FILL UP TIME (NORMAL CONDITION)) TANK TOP 4TH DECK F.W. HEATING RM LABORATORY BOG PIPE HOOD ENG. WORK SHOP STAIRWAY UPPER DECK I. ROOM CASING 11 min 6 min 2 min 2 min 2 min 2 min 2 min 2 min 12 min 7 min 2 min 17 min (CAUTION) (1) AFTER THE FIRE EXTINGUISHED. TO STOP (1) PUSH THE SYSTEM STOP BUTTON. (AV2-1). (1) PUSH THE PREPARATION BUTTON. (3) AFTER USING THE SYSTEM. PUMP. TO STOP (1) PUSH THE SYSTEM STOP BUTTON. (AV3-5).2 D/G ROOM STEERING GEAR ROOM 3 min 5 min 2 min 2 min 9 min 4 min 3 min 3 min 3 min 2 min 3 min 2ND DECK I. WORK SHOP BOG PIPE HOOD LABORATORY STAIRWAY ENGINE STORE CHEMICAL STORE I.O.2 F.2 D/G ROOM FOR EVACUATION AND THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP IS STARTED. (3) WHEN THE PRESSURE GAUGE (PI4) SHOWS MORE THAN 0.G. THE ALARMS SOUND IN THE No. (AV3-12) AND (AV3-13). TANK LEVEL LOW MAIN AC POWER SOURCE MAIN AC POWER SOURCE ALARM STOP ALARM TEST ENGINE RM (P) LOWER P DPS P M AV3-3 BUZZER STOP LAMP TEST SYSTEM STOP . ENGINE RM (S) MIDDLE & UPPER F.G. (2) STOP THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP MANUALLY. (2) IF THE SYSTEM CAN NOT BE OPERATED AUTOMATICALLY. (2) STOP THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP MANUALLY. ROOM CHEMICAL STORE ENG. (2) WHEN THE PRESSURE GAUGE (PI1) SHOWS MORE THAN 0. TO STOP (1) STOP THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP AND FOAM CONCENTRATE PUMP. (AV2-4) AND (AV3-10).1 D/G ROOM TO START (1) PUSH THE PREPARATION BUTTON.6MPa.O. THE SELECTION VALVE TO OPEN AND THE HIGH EXPANSION FOAM IS DISCHARGED. (2) WHEN THE PRESSURE GAUGE (PI1) SHOWS MORE THAN 0. HEATING ROOM EM'CY FIRE PUMP AIR TEST CONNECTION TEST LINE . THE ALARMS SOUND IN THE No. PUMP RM (S) FORM DISCHARGE PIPE LINE DAMAGE SECTION VALVE OPEN AV3-8 SECTION VALVE CLOSE AV3-8 INCINERATOR RM FORM DISCHARGE PIPE LINE DAMAGE SECTION VALVE OPEN AV3-9 SECTION VALVE CLOSE AV3-9 ST. MV3.G. TO STOP (1) PUSH THE SYSTEM STOP BUTTON.G. (AV3-11). THE ALARMS SOUND IN THE No. (AV3-12). TO STOP (1) STOP THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP AND FOAM CONCENTRATE PUMP. OPEN THE VALVES (AV1-1). AND PUSH THE STSRT BUTTON.2 F. OPEN THE VALVE (AV3-10). TO STOP (1) STOP THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP AND FOAM CONCENTRATE PUMP.G.O. (AV2-1). (AV2-1). (AV2-3). (AV3-2).G. MV2.O.O. AND PUSH THE STSRT BUTTON.G. THE ALARMS SOUND IN THE STEERING GEAR ROOM FOR EVACUATION AND THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP IS STARTED. AND PUSH THE STSRT BUTTON. (3) WHEN THE PRESSURE GAUGE (PI4) SHOWS MORE THAN 0. (AV2-1). (AV3-7). (AV2-4) AND START THE FOAM CONCENTRATE PUMP.2 F.2 F. F. FIXED LOCAL APPLICATION FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM IS TO BE STOPPED.O.3. (4) BEFORE USING THE SYSTEM. (2) MAKE SURE THAT THE PREPARATION LAMP FLICKER TO LIGHT CONTINUOUS.O. OPEN THE VALVES (AV1-1). (2) CLOSE THE VALVES (AV1-1). (2) MAKE SURE THAT THE PREPARATION LAMP FLICKER TO LIGHT CONTINUOUS. (3) WHEN THE PRESSURE GAUGE (PI4) SHOWS MORE THAN 0. OPEN THE VALVES (AV1-1).O. ROOM CHEMICAL STORE ENG.W.G. TO STOP (1) PUSH THE SYSTEM STOP BUTTON. (1) PUSH THE SYSTEM STOP BUTTON. PUMP ROOM (P) F. OPEN THE VALVES (AV1-1). POS. (FOAM FILL UP TIME (NORMAL CONDITION)) TANK TOP 4TH DECK F. ROOM INCINERATOR.2 D/G RM FORM DISCHARGE PIPE LINE DAMAGE SECTION VALVE OPEN AV3-11 SECTION VALVE CLOSE AV3-11 No. HEATING ROOM TO START (1) PUSH THE PREPARATION BUTTON. (2) CLOSE THE VALVES (AV1-1). THE SELECTION VALVE TO OPEN AND THE HIGH EXPANSION FOAM IS DISCHARGED. (2) IF THE SYSTEM CAN NOT BE OPERATED AUTOMATICALLY. (AV3-4). (4) BEFORE USING THE SYSTEM. ROOM FOR EVACUATION AND THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP IS STARTED. ROOM FORM DISCHARGE PIPE LINE DAMAGE SECTION VALVE OPEN AV3-7 SECTION VALVE CLOSE AV3-7 F. No. P PS P MV3 I. (AV2-4) AND START THE FOAM CONCENTRATE PUMP. (2) MAKE SURE THAT THE PREPARATION LAMP FLICKER TO LIGHT CONTINUOUS. THE ALARMS SOUND IN THE PURIFIRE ROOM FOR EVACUATION AND THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP IS STARTED.2 F. ROOM No. AND PUSH THE STSRT BUTTON. (2) WHEN THE PRESSURE GAUGE (PI1) SHOWS MORE THAN 0. THE ALARMS SOUND IN THE I. (FOAM FILL UP TIME (NORMAL CONDITION)) TANK TOP 4TH DECK F.G. AND PUSH THE STSRT BUTTON.7MPa.G.2 D/G RM FORM DISCHARGE PIPE LINE DAMAGE SECTION VALVE OPEN AV3-11 SECTION VALVE CLOSE AV3-11 No.O. (2) WHEN THE PRESSURE GAUGE (PI1).G. STEERING GEAR ROOM TO START (1) START THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP. (2) MAKE SURE THAT THE PREPARATION LAMP FLICKER TO LIGHT CONTINUOUS. HOWEVER.2 D/G RM No.1 D/G ROOM TO START (1) PUSH THE PREPARATION BUTTON. AND (AV3-13).2 D/G ROOM STEERING GEAR ROOM 3 min 5 min 2 min 2 min 9 min 4 min 3 min 3 min 3 min 2 min 3 min 2ND DECK I. (AV3-5).1 D/G ROOM No. No. PUMP ROOM (S) 3RD DECK I. THE ALARMS SOUND IN THE INCINERATOR ROOM FOR EVACUATION AND THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP IS STARTED.O. (AV2-1). STORE No.DO NOT START EXCEPT FOR FIRE THIS SYSTEM CAN BE OPERATED AUTOMATICALLY FROM THE CONTROL PANEL. No.2 F. No.1 D/G RM FORM DISCHARGE PIPE LINE DAMAGE SECTION VALVE OPEN AV3-10 SECTION VALVE CLOSE AV3-10 No. (2) CLOSE THE VALVES (AV1-1). HEATING RM FORM DISCHARGE PIPE LINE DAMAGE SECTION VALVE OPEN AV3-12 SECTION VALVE CLOSE AV3-12 TO STOP (1) PUSH THE SYSTEM STOP BUTTON.G.W. (AV2-1).6MPa. AND PUSH THE STSRT BUTTON. (AV3-10). (2) WHEN THE PRESSURE GAUGE (PI1) SHOWS MORE THAN 0. OPERATE MANUALLY AT FOAM TANK ROOM.O.2 WATER SPRAY PRESS.1 D/G ROOM No. PUMP RM (S) FORM DISCHARGE PIPE LINE DAMAGE SECTION VALVE OPEN AV3-8 SECTION VALVE CLOSE AV3-8 INCINERATOR RM FORM DISCHARGE PIPE LINE DAMAGE SECTION VALVE OPEN AV3-9 SECTION VALVE CLOSE AV3-9 MAIN POWER EM'CY POWER TO START TO STOP TO START WATER SPRAY VALVE OPEN AV1-1 FORM CONCENTRATE VALVE OPEN AV2-1 WATER SPRAY VALVE OPEN AV1-2 FORM CONCENTRATE VALVE OPEN AV2-2 WATER SPRAY VALVE OPEN AV1-3 FORM CONCENTRATE VALVE OPEN AV2-3 FORM CONCENTRATE VALVE OPEN AV2-4 WATER SPRAY VALVE CLOSE AV1-1 FORM CONCENTRATE VALVE CLOSE AV2-1 WATER SPRAY VALVE CLOSE AV1-2 FORM CONCENTRATE VALVE CLOSE AV2-2 WATER SPRAY VALVE CLOSE AV1-3 FORM CONCENTRATE VALVE CLOSE AV2-3 FORM CONCENTRATE VALVE CLOSE AV2-4 WATER SPRAY PRESS. THE SELECTION VALVE TO OPEN AND THE HIGH EXPANSION FOAM IS DISCHARGED. (2) STOP THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP MANUALLY.2 D/G ROOM TO START (1) START THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP. HEATING RM FORM DISCHARGE PIPE LINE DAMAGE SECTION VALVE OPEN AV3-12 SECTION VALVE CLOSE AV3-12 PREPARATION START PREPARATION START PREPARATION START No. (3) WHEN THE PRESSURE GAUGE (PI4) SHOWS MORE THAN 0.2 D/G ROOM FOR EVACUATION AND THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP IS STARTED. PUMP START PANEL MICRO FOG PUMP SOURCE RUNNING OVER LOAD F. (2) STOP THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP MANUALLY.6MPa. HTG RM P PI5 P DPS P M AV3-13 YAmATO PROTECT CORPORATION OPERATING INSTRUCTION No.1 F.G.2 F. OPEN THE VALVES (AV1-1). GEAR RM FORM DISCHARGE PIPE LINE DAMAGE SECTION VALVE OPEN AV3-6 SECTION VALVE CLOSE AV3-6 PREPARATION START PREPARATION START PREPARATION START No. FIXED LOCAL APPLICATION FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM IS TO BE STOPPED. THE ALARMS SOUND IN THE No. THE ALARMS SOUND IN THE ENGINE ROOM FOR EVACUATION AND THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP IS STARTED. (2) STOP THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP MANUALLY.10. ROOM TO START (1) PUSH THE PREPARATION BUTTON. THE TANK IS TO BE FILLED WITH FOAM CONCENTRATE UP TO THE REQUIRED LEVEL.1 F. THE PROTECTED SPACE SHOULD BE COOLED AND VENTILATED WELL BEFORE ANY CREW ENTERS THERE. (AV1-2).G.7MPa.O. (AV1-3). P PS P DPS MV1 P M AV3-5 ENGINE RM (P) MIDDLE & UPPER ENGINE WORK SHOP BOG PIPE HOOD LABORATORY STAIRWAY ENGINE STORE CHEMICAL STORE No. LOW MIX IMPROPER ATTENTION SW. (2) MAKE SURE THAT THE PREPARATION LAMP FLICKER TO LIGHT CONTINUOUS. ROOM (S) (1) PUSH THE PREPARATION BUTTON.O. (AV2-4) AND START THE FOAM CONCENTRATE PUMP. (AV2-1).O.2 F.O. (2) STOP THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP MANUALLY. THE SELECTION VALVE TO OPEN AND THE HIGH EXPANSION FOAM IS DISCHARGED. (AV2-4) AND START THE FOAM CONCENTRATE PUMP.G. HEATING ROOM TO START (1) PUSH THE PREPARATION BUTTON. (AV2-4) AND START THE FOAM CONCENTRATE PUMP. (2) STOP THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP MANUALLY. (AV2-1). TO STOP (1) PUSH THE SYSTEM STOP BUTTON. HTG RM F. FIXED LOCAL APPLICATION FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM IS TO BE STOPPED.2 D/G ROOM TO START (1) PUSH THE PREPARATION BUTTON. AND PUSH THE STSRT BUTTON.G. (AV2-4) AND (AV3-9). THE SELECTION VALVE TO OPEN AND THE HIGH EXPANSION FOAM IS DISCHARGED. HEATING RM No. (AV3-3). THE SELECTION VALVE TO OPEN AND THE HIGH EXPANSION FOAM IS DISCHARGED. (AV3-6). PUMP RM (S) STEERING GEAR RM No. (AV2-1). ROOM No. ENGINE RM (S) LOWER P DPS P M AV3-2 PREPARATION START PREPARATION START PREPARATION START YAmATO PROTECT CORPORATION No.O. OPEN THE VALVE (AV3-7). (2) MAKE SURE THAT THE PREPARATION LAMP FLICKER TO LIGHT CONTINUOUS.1 D/G ROOM FOR EVACUATION AND THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP IS STARTED. OPEN THE VALVES (AV1-1). AND PUSH THE STSRT BUTTON. TANK FOAM CONCENTRATE TANK MV4 AV2-4 M PI4 P PS MV1 DPS P PI2 PS AV1-2 M AV2-2 M STARTER POWER SOURCE No. No.O. PUMP ROOM (P) F. (3) WHEN THE PRESSURE GAUGE (PI4) SHOWS MORE THAN 0. OPEN THE VALVES (AV1-1).1 D/G ROOM TO START (1) START THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP. (AV2-4) AND (AV3-13).1 F. GEAR RM FORM DISCHARGE PIPE LINE DAMAGE SECTION VALVE OPEN AV3-6 SECTION VALVE CLOSE AV3-6 PREPARATION START PREPARATION START I. (2) CLOSE THE VALVES (AV1-1). INCINERATOR ROOM TO START (1) PUSH THE PREPARATION BUTTON. (AV3-8).1 F. No. AND PUSH THE STSRT BUTTON.O.7MPa. AND PUSH THE STSRT BUTTON. LOW No.7MPa.7MPa. POS. HEATING ROOM FOR EVACUATION AND THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP IS STARTED. (AV3-2). (2) MAKE SURE THAT THE PREPARATION LAMP FLICKER TO LIGHT CONTINUOUS. ROOM TO START (1) PUSH THE PREPARATION BUTTON.G. TO STOP (1) PUSH THE SYSTEM STOP BUTTON. HEATING RM FORM DISCHARGE PIPE LINE DAMAGE SECTION VALVE OPEN AV3-13 SECTION VALVE CLOSE AV3-13 PREPARATION START WATER SPRAY VALVE OPEN AV1-1 FORM CONCENTRATE VALVE OPEN AV2-1 WATER SPRAY VALVE OPEN AV1-2 FORM CONCENTRATE VALVE OPEN AV2-2 WATER SPRAY VALVE OPEN AV1-3 FORM CONCENTRATE VALVE OPEN AV2-3 FORM CONCENTRATE VALVE OPEN AV2-4 WATER SPRAY VALVE CLOSE AV1-1 FORM CONCENTRATE VALVE CLOSE AV2-1 WATER SPRAY VALVE CLOSE AV1-2 FORM CONCENTRATE VALVE CLOSE AV2-2 WATER SPRAY VALVE CLOSE AV1-3 FORM CONCENTRATE VALVE CLOSE AV2-3 FORM CONCENTRATE VALVE CLOSE AV2-4 WATER SPRAY PRESS. ROOM CASING 11 min 6 min 2 min 2 min 2 min 2 min 2 min 2 min 12 min 7 min 2 min 17 min (CAUTION) (1) AFTER THE FIRE EXTINGUISHED.2 D/G ROOM STEERING GEAR ROOM 3 min 5 min 2 min 2 min 9 min 4 min 3 min 3 min 3 min 2 min 3 min 2ND DECK I. THE ALARMS SOUND IN THE STEERING GEAR ROOM FOR EVACUATION AND THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP IS STARTED. PERFORM FOLLOWING OPERATION. THE TANK IS TO BE FILLED WITH FOAM CONCENTRATE UP TO THE REQUIRED LEVEL. (3) WHEN THE PRESSURE GAUGE (PI4) SHOWS MORE THAN 0. (2) STOP THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP MANUALLY. P M AV3-11 FS ICAS S DPS P PI1 PS AV1-1 M AV2-1 M F.1 D/G RM FORM DISCHARGE PIPE LINE DAMAGE SECTION VALVE OPEN AV3-10 SECTION VALVE CLOSE AV3-10 No. (2) MAKE SURE THAT THE PREPARATION LAMP FLICKER TO LIGHT CONTINUOUS.G.1 WATER SPRAY PRESS. (AV2-4) AND START THE FOAM CONCENTRATE PUMP. (2) MAKE SURE THAT THE PREPARATION LAMP FLICKER TO LIGHT CONTINUOUS.2 F. P DPS P M AV3-10 No. AND PUSH THE STSRT BUTTON. STORE No.2 F. HEATING RM No. HEATING ROOM FOR EVACUATION AND THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP IS STARTED. (2) CLOSE THE VALVES (AV1-1). HEATING ROOM (1) PUSH THE PREPARATION BUTTON. TO STOP (1) PUSH THE SYSTEM STOP BUTTON.G. TO STOP (1) PUSH THE SYSTEM STOP BUTTON. TO STOP (1) STOP THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP AND FOAM CONCENTRATE PUMP. (AV2-4) AND (AV3-12). AND PUSH THE STSRT BUTTON.G.DO NOT START EXCEPT FOR FIRE ENGINE ROOM TO START (1) PUSH THE PREPARATION BUTTON. TO STOP (1) PUSH THE SYSTEM STOP BUTTON. ROOM TO START (1) START THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP. THE SELECTION VALVE TO OPEN AND THE HIGH EXPANSION FOAM IS DISCHARGED. THE SELECTION VALVE TO OPEN AND THE HIGH EXPANSION FOAM IS DISCHARGED. (2) MAKE SURE THAT THE PREPARATION LAMP FLICKER TO LIGHT CONTINUOUS. (AV2-4) AND (AV3-6).O. TO STOP (1) PUSH THE SYSTEM STOP BUTTON. EM'CY FIRE PUMP READY TO START EM'CY FIRE PUMP RUNNING FRESH WATER LINE USE SEA WATER LINE USE F. TANK LEVEL LOW MAIN AC POWER SOURCE MAIN AC POWER SOURCE ALARM STOP ALARM TEST BUZZER STOP LAMP TEST SYSTEM STOP VDR . AND PUSH THE STSRT BUTTON. (AV2-4) AND (AV3-8).G. AND PUSH THE STSRT BUTTON.DO NOT START EXCEPT FOR FIRE ENGINE ROOM TO START (1) PUSH THE PREPARATION BUTTON. (AV3-4). (2) STOP THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP MANUALLY. (2) WHEN THE PRESSURE GAUGE (PI1) SHOWS MORE THAN 0.O. (PREPARATION) CONFIRM THE VALVE MV1. (AV3-10). (AV3-9). (2) STOP THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP MANUALLY. TO STOP (1) PUSH THE SYSTEM STOP BUTTON. (AV2-1). TO STOP (1) PUSH THE SYSTEM STOP BUTTON. (AV2-1).G.1 F. F. THE ALARMS SOUND IN THE PURIFIRE ROOM FOR EVACUATION AND THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP IS STARTED. THE ALARMS SOUND IN THE No.O. OPEN THE VALVE (AV3-9). LOW No. WORK SHOP STAIRWAY UPPER DECK I. (2) STOP THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP MANUALLY.7MPa. THE ALARMS SOUND IN THE No. (AV2-4). OPEN THE VALVES (AV1-1). (PI3) SHOWS MORE THAN 0. HEATING RM FORM DISCHARGE PIPE LINE DAMAGE SECTION VALVE OPEN AV3-13 SECTION VALVE CLOSE AV3-13 PREPARATION START PREPARATION START PREPARATION START I. ROOM FORM DISCHARGE PIPE LINE DAMAGE SECTION VALVE OPEN AV3-7 SECTION VALVE CLOSE AV3-7 F. PREPARATION START PREPARATION START PREPARATION START TO STOP (1) PUSH THE SYSTEM STOP BUTTON. LOW No. WORK SHOP STAIRWAY UPPER DECK I. THE SELECTION VALVE TO OPEN AND THE HIGH EXPANSION FOAM IS DISCHARGED.1 F. HEATING ROOM FOR EVACUATION AND THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP IS STARTED. THE SELECTION VALVE TO OPEN AND THE HIGH EXPANSION FOAM IS DISCHARGED. ROOM INCINERATOR RM No.O. LOW MIX IMPROPER ATTENTION SW. No.O. (AV3-7).G. (3) WHEN THE PRESSURE GAUGE (PI4) SHOWS MORE THAN 0. No. HEATING ROOM TO START (1) PUSH THE PREPARATION BUTTON. TO STOP (1) PUSH THE SYSTEM STOP BUTTON. (2) STOP THE EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP MANUALLY. (AV3-1). OPEN THE VALVE (AV3-13). PUMP. THE SELECTION VALVE TO OPEN AND THE HIGH EXPANSION FOAM IS DISCHARGED. THE SELECTION VALVE TO OPEN AND THE HIGH EXPANSION FOAM IS DISCHARGED.

pump room • Starboard F. The solenoid valve is activated by the fire control system when a fire detector senses a fire in the protected area. There are remote activation pushbuttons situated on the control panel in the fire control station. The water fog unit is located at starboard on 3rd deck near the engine store. The protected areas also are monitored by the fire detection system which will operate the water fog system if a detector head is activated.G. When the system is released. burner zone • Incinerator burner zone • Port F.0 MPa and is sprayed from the nozzle.O. fresh water from the fresh water tank of 2 m is pumped up to 7. heating room • Starboard F. Water fog is only released into the protected space in which there is a fire. Ten areas are protected by the water fog system.5 m3/h x7. heating room 2 heads 2 heads 3 heads 3 heads 1 head 1 head 1 head 2 heads 1 head 1 head Procedure for Setting the Water Fog System for Operation a) Check that the fresh water tank has sufficient water level. The protected areas are provided with a number of nozzle heads fitted in the supply pipe for that area. pump room • Port F.800rpm 1set Operation of the system is activated by the control panel when protected area fire detector heads indicate a fire in a particular area or a manual call point is activated for a particular area.4 Engine Room Local Fire Extinguishing System Water Fog System Maker : Fresh Water tank : Pump unit No. These droplets have a very effective extinguishing effect on fires. in which there is a fire. of sets : Yamato Protec Corporation 2.1 main boiler burners platform • No. when manual starting. The cooling effect and the reduced local oxygen concentration result in the fire being extinguished. Description Pressurized water forced through atomizer heads will break down into very fine droplets. even oil fires. h) The water fog system is now operational. The fresh water will be refilled from the ship's fresh water service system. The alarm indicator panel is located in the wheelhouse. The large droplet concentration and the evaporation have the effect of reducing the local oxygen level. The fresh water is supplied from the general service fresh water system via supply valve 202VPG.2 diesel generator engine top • I.10.O.O.G. The fresh water fog fire extinguishing system relies upon the delivery of high pressure water to nozzle heads located at sites of fire risk. (Note : There should always be sufficient fresh water available to cover the largest section for a minimum of 20 minutes.2 Mpa. It can also be activated by pressing the appropriate local area pushbutton.1 diesel generator engine top • No. which must always be closed. The system can be operated with fresh water stored in the tank for 20 minutes. these are : • No.O. The nozzle heads and valves should be checked at intervals in order to detect any leakage. The fine droplets remain suspended in the air and so they do not disturb the oil surface nor do they settle to form a water layer on which burning oil could float.) e) Set the valves as in the following table : Description Position Open Pump suction valve Closed FW supply valve Closed Test and air supply valve Closed Drain valves Operational All supply solenoid valves Ensure that the engine room fire alarm monitoring system switch is set to automatic mode. 3 f) g) At the water fog main control panel ensure that the panel power lamp is illuminated. The system uses fresh water in order to reduce the risk of corrosion but the lines are dry between the solenoid valves and the spray heads unless the system is actually operating. 15kW x1. The fresh water fog system releases water fog into a space automatically when a fire is detected by the protected area fire detection head(s).0 m3 5. The main supply line to the area has a solenoid operated isolating valve. Press the “START” pushbutton for the spray section for more than 2 sec. The system is stopped by pressing the “STOP” pushbutton on the control panel in the fire control room.2 main boiler burners platform • No.3. . Valve 201VPG 202VPG Each protected space can be released locally either by pushbutton located near each protected area inside engine room or remotely on the control panel in fire control station. Fine water droplets present a large surface area to the fire and so they exert a cooling effect as the droplets rapidly evaporate.

PUMP ROOM MANUAL OPERATING BOX STOP START S LOCAL FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM No.2 AUX.1 MAIN BLR PRE ALARM FIRE No.2 AUX.1 F. D/G PRE ALARM FIRE START START START START START LOCAL FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM EXTENSION INDICATOR PANEL INCINERATOR No.2 MAIN BLR PRE ALARM FIRE No.1 FO HTG RM PRE ALARM FIRE No.W.10.1 F.LINE PRE ALARM FIRE FOR ICAS SOURCE ABNORMAL AUTO START START START START START NO. 40 2.1 AUX.TK SUC.O. NOTE a) Do not operate the switches except for fire or test of the system.O.2 F. VALVE CLOSED NO. PUMP ROOM S MANUAL OPERATING BOX STOP START LOCAL FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM No.AIR S START LOCAL FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM S INCINERATOR MANUAL OPERATING BOX STOP START S LOCAL FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM S No.1 MAIN BLR MANUAL OPERATING BOX STOP LOCAL FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM NO. All section valves are kept closed and the pump is operated returning the discharged water tottally to the fresh water tank. 15 SERV. "FIRE" lamp for the discharge section is turned on and the mist is discharged to the protected area.2 MAIN BLR MANUAL OPERATING BOX PS START STOP SOLENOID V. HEATING ROOM MANUAL OPERATING BOX STOP START LOCAL FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM TO CLEAN DRAIN TK No.1 AUX.2 FO HTG RM PRE ALARM FIRE FROM F. No intermediate operation of "STOP" switch is necessary for changing the discharge section.4a Engine Room Local Fire Extinguishing System FIRE STATION WHEELHOUSE LOCAL FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM CONTROL PANEL FOR VDR INERT GAS GENERATOR PRE ALARM FIRE No.2 F.1 AUX. "FIRE" lamp for the discharge section is turned off and the mist discharge is stopped.O. SPACE HEATER STOP START SPACE HEATER ON OFF MAN REM P ROTEC AmATO Y P YAMATO PROTECT CORPORATION NO. PUMP RM NO. c) Relevant ventilations will stop when the system starts.2 AUX.W. D/G NO.O. CHANGE OF DISCHARGE SECTION Push "START" switch for the desired section while operating one section .PANEL M 40 201VPG LOCAL FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM P 40 S NO.2 F. (Manual Operation) SYSTEM START Push "START" switch for the discharge section for more than 2 seconds. then push "START" switch for any section. HEATING ROOM MANUAL OPERATING BOX STOP START LOCAL FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM CL OS E OP EN CL OS E OP EN CL OS E OP EN CL OS E OP EN CL OS E OP EN CL OS E OP EN CL OS E OP EN PUMP UNIT NO.O.1 F.2 FO PUMP RM PRE ALARM FIRE No. PUMP RM NO.2 F. D/G PRE ALARM FIRE No. b) For the operational test of pump.2 MAIN BLR NO. proceed with following operation.1 F.O. push "SEC. VALVE CLOSED (PUMP TEST)" at first. The mist spray in operating section stops and the mist spray for new section starts. D/G CL OS E EN OP CL OS E OP EN CL OS E OP EN CL OS E OP EN CL OS E EN OP CL OS E EN OP CL OS E EN OP CL OS E EN OP CL OS E EN OP CL OS E EN OP CL OS E EN OP CL OS E EN OP CL OS E EN OP .0m F. The system is returned to "Standby" mode automatically.1 MAIN BLR NO. HTG RM AUTO MANUAL STOP ALARM BUZZER STOP STOP (RESET) BUZZER STOP LAMP TEST 202VPG PUMP START PANEL LAL 940 FS MICRO FOG PUMP SOURCE RUNNING OVER LOAD SOURCE A ~ LOCAL FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM . D/G INERT GAS GENERATOR POWER PUMP ACTIVE WATER LOW PRESS WATER TK LOW LEVEL ABNORMAL INCINERATOR LAMP & BUZZER TEST SEC.O.1 FO PUMP RM PRE ALARM FIRE No.3. D/G MANUAL OPERATING BOX STOP START LOCAL FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM S MANUAL OPERATING BOX S START LOCAL FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM STOP S INERT GAS GENERATOR MANUAL OPERATING BOX STOP TEST V.O. HTG RM NO.OPERATION MANUAL In case of fire.TK 3 SYSTEM STOP Push "STOP" switch.

which are controlled by the compressed air from the air receiver that is commonly used with the quick-closing valve operation. Ventilation systems in the engine room and cargo machinery and motor rooms are provided with fan stops and fire dampers. air is supplied to pistons. directly from the service air main system. 002VPL 201VPL 152VPK 153VPK 125VPK 123VPK 015VPK 425VPK 423VPK 363VPL 361. The fire control station emergency panel has pushbuttons to stop the following : • Boiler forced draft fans • Supply and exhaust fans • Lubricating oil pumps • Fuel oil pumps • Cargo machinery and motor rooms supply and exhaust fans In the fire control station there are emergency stop panels which contain stops for fans and fire dampers in the engine room and cargo machinery rooms.2 FO settling tanks suction Port FO side tank suction Emergency generator gas oil service tank suction Valve 701. The inlet valve 161VPE to the quick-closing valve air receiver is locked open.85 MPa. Fans and ventilation dampers may be stopped locally or remotely as required depending upon the nature of the incident.5 Quick Closing Valves & Fire Dampers System Description All the outlet valves from the fuel oil and lubricating oil tanks.10. In normal operation the supply line to each group of tank valves is vented to atmosphere. The fire dampers for those compartments are equipped with air operated cylinders. Within the accommodation fire doors provide protection and these must be closed in the event of a fire. are equipped with air operated quick-closing valves. The quick closing valve fitted on the emergency generator gas oil tank and the generator engine diesel oil service tank is operated by a directly so as to enable to feed the fuel to emergency diesel generator or main diesel generator in the event of a fire. from which oil could flow to feed a fire. the supply line to each group of tank valves is fed to the cylinders. which are controlled from the fire control station.3. In normal operation. and then dampers are closed by the counter weight fitted to the lever for damper operation. 233VPL 231VPL 204VPL 001. together with stops for machinery which might aggravate a fire situation. C The valves are reset by venting the air supply and operating the valve hand wheel in a closed direction to reset the bridge mechanism and then opening the valve in the normal way. The tanks are grouped into four systems. also located in the fire control station. The dampers are to be closed in the event of a fire and ventilation fans shut off. with one three-way cock operating each system. In the event of a fire in a space where CO2 is used ventilation is automatically shut off when the system is initiated. thus causing the valve to close. . This is because they are normally closed and only opened for short periods when required. which collapse the bridge of each valve in that group.2 D/G room fire dampers • Starboard FO pump room fire dampers • Port FO pump room fire dampers • Starboard FO heating room fire dampers • Port FO heating room fire dampers • Inert gas room fire dampers • Incinerator room fire dampers • Machinery control room fire dampers • Switchboard rooms fire dampers • Transfer rooms fire dampers • Steering gear room supply ventilation fan damper • Emergency generator room air suction damper • Emergency generator room exhaust fan damper • Emergency generator exhaust duct damper • Paint store exhaust fan damper • Cargo machinery room exhaust fan damper • Cargo compressor motor room ventilation fan damper CAUTION Some tanks such as lubricating oil daily use tanks do not have quick closing apparatus fitted. 711VPL 232. 362VPL 261VPL 221VPL 223VPL 101. turbine LO renovating tank suction Aux. The quick-closing valve air receiver is fitted with a low pressure alarm switch. The reservoir is supplied. but when the cock is turned. but when the cock is turned. with one three-way cock operating each system and a solenoid three-way cock for each compartment.1 FO settling tanks suction Starboard FO side tank suction Generator engine LO renovating tank suction Generator engine LO storage tank suction LO renovating tank LO storage tank suction LO gravity tank for main turbine Aux. The dampers are grouped into six systems. The dampers are reset by supplying the air from the fire station. Ventilation Fire Dampers and Emergency Stops Ventilation dampers are installed at various locations in order to shut off the flow of air which would feed a fire in a particular compartment. turbine LO storage tank suction Incinerator DO service tank suction Waste oil settling tank suction FO additive tank suction IGG gas oil tank Port DO storage tank suction No. at a pressure of 0. The doors are of the self-closing type and are kept open by means of magnetic catches which are released locally or remotely from the bridge panel in the event of a fire. 102VPL 202VPL 401VPL Group E F G H I J Applications • Engine room supply ventilation fans dampers • Engine room exhaust fans dampers • Workshop welding space exhaust fan damper • Funnel exhaust fire damper • No.1 D/G room fire dampers • No. They are supplied from an air receiver situated in the quick-closing valve bottle cabinet. air is vented to atmosphere from cylinders. D Oil Tank Quick-Closing Valves Group A B Tank Diesel generator DO service tank to diesel generator Diesel generator DO service tank to boiler burner Starboard DO storage tank suction Low sulphur FO tank suction No. It is important to ensure that these are always closed when not in use.

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