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Unit Title: Unit Code: Semester: Pre-Requisites: Principles of Maritime Engineering JEE244 1 Nil Year 2013
Prior knowledge See Pre-requisites &/or skills: Courses: Credit Points: National Centre: Campus: Bachelor of Applied Science (Maritime Technology Management) 12.5 Maritime Engineering and Hydrodynamics Launceston
Title Co-ordinator/ Lecturer Lecturer Name
Norman Lawrence David Wood
Consultation Days & Times
3.00-5.00 (Tuesday) TBA
© The University of Tasmania 2013 The Australian Maritime College is an institute of the University of Tasmania
boilers. create. use and disseminate information Communicate effectively Work in teams Manage self and others Negotiate the business environment Behave as a professional Consider wider context of engineering knowledge and work The relevant BE Degree Attributes are in the BE Course Rules at: http://www.content. and all major machinery items in a ship. gas turbines and boilers) and its associated auxiliary systems. D. steam turbines. Students will be exposed to a range of system configurations and their distinctive characteristics. Learning outcomes On successful completion of this unit. F. construction.amc. auxiliary systems and major equipments aboard. Graduate attributes BE Degree Outcomes A. operation and propulsion methods with emphasis is always upon correct. 2. Explain the safe generation. I. operating principles. operation and safety features of marine diesel engines. safe operating procedures and practices. Demonstrate the knowledge of vessel design. construction. J.UNIT OUTLINE – JEE244 PRINCIPLES OF MARITIME ENGINEERING Unit description This unit provides an introduction to the principles of Marine Engineering and Ship operations. Demonstrate the knowledge of the principles of ship propulsion & resistance & its relationship to fuel consumption. 3. 4. control and protection systems related to electricity on ships and other marine installations.course. G. Key topics include ship’s propulsion systems. E. safety features of ship’s power plants (marine diesel engines.edu.rules Unit outline version 7/02/2013 2 . students should be able to: 1. C. reticulation. A special emphasis will be given to the working principles. design. steam and gas turbine systems. Demonstrate technical knowledge Design for the maritime environment Solve maritime engineering problems Manage. Describe the design.au/be. H. B.
stabilisers. venting. supercharging. Unit outline version 7/02/2013 3 . watertight doors. scavenging. Rudder Propeller. fuel cells. starting. ash content. bled steam. air heaters and main condenser. construction. exhaust gas recirculation) turbo-charging. warming through. starting. condensate recovery. steam turbine. hatch covers. stabilisers and bow thrusters. speed and load governing and high temperature and low temperature corrosion control. fuel oil treatment. Gas Turbines: basic design. fuel properties (density. common rail systems. viscosity. Ducted Propellers. energy regeneration. medium and high speed marine diesel engines and their basic support systems: air supply. combustion gas exhaust. fuel and combustion. distillation Systems. pour point. operational and safety features of slow. exhaust gas economisers. fuel coefficient & consumption. cooling. lubrication. water based. timing valve. speed and load governing (governors). construction. gas turbine etc). multi-staging. anchor handling equipment. Cetane index. flash point. 3. Control and safety devices. Voith Schneider propeller Propulsion Configurations (Diesel engines. cavitation. timing valve. stopping. scavenging. Introduction to ships and machinery (8hrs) Introduction to principal ship types. starting. operational and safety features of marine gas turbines and their basic support systems: air supply. Admiralty Coefficient. lubrication. 2. manoeuvring. stopping. Water Jets. Combined power plants. cooling. transmission and propulsors. manoeuvring. fuel oil treatment. Deck machinery and other equipments. survival equipments (Lifeboats and life-rafts). mooring equipment. emergency safety equipment. speed and load governing. operational and safety features of impulse and reaction marine steam turbines and their basic support systems: steam supply and control. Elements of Ship Design(8 hrs) Ship’s resistance and propulsion. Sankey diagram. reversing. carbon residue. pre and post operation checks. bilge and ballast systems. cargo handling equipment. power. Sulphur content) fuel injector types. Introduction to ship’s propulsion plants and their main components Propellers (Fixed pitch and controllable pitch).UNIT OUTLINE – JEE244 PRINCIPLES OF MARITIME ENGINEERING Content 1. Safety). different methods of reducing emissions (duel fuel. domestic water systems. fuel and combustion. Thermal Power Plant (10 hrs) Diesel Engines: basic design. heating value. fuel types. Steam Turbines: basic design. design and construction. jerk pump systems. solar energy etc) General machinery arrangements. Stern Gear. fire fighting equipments. thrust. reversing. Bunkering (Different bunkering methods. slip. Prime movers. stopping. cross-thrusters. construction. Use of renewable energy on ships (wind. combustion gas exhaust. Fuel consumption calculations.
1999. Berrrnhardt.. maintenance of diesel engines) Technical Seminars (RINA/IMarEST and EngAus) Learning resources required Requisite texts Taylor. Marine Media Management. Stanford Maritime.H. Ship Construction. auxiliary and exhaust gas marine boilers and economisers: basic design. venting. McGeorge. J. D.J. maintenance. London. 1984. G. Unit outline version 7/02/2013 4 . D. Thomas Reed Publications. Cowley. Compendium Marine Engineering. Introduction to Marine Electrical Power Plant (6hrs) Construction and operating principles of power generators. (Ed).. safe operation and maintenance.A. Milton. 1992. 5th Ed. Merchant Ship Construction. H. Marine Steam Boilers. DVV Media Group GmbH. reactive and apparent power. distribution and protection systems) Marine Engineering Stephen Brown (Safe operation. synchronising of electrical power plants.. London. condensers. active. 1998. 4th Ed.H. 5th Ed. Butterworths-Heinemann. Eyres. 1980. Taylor.D. Investigative Studies (20 hrs) Marine Engineering Lab (safe operation. Hall. D.. uptake gas. Coupling with driving machines and synchronizing. applicable safety standards. Oxford. pressure and temperature raising. Practical Marine Electrical Knowledge. feed water supply and treatment. 1985. Newnes-Butterworths.. F. de-aerator. London. 2009.UNIT OUTLINE – JEE244 PRINCIPLES OF MARITIME ENGINEERING Boilers: main. electrical distribution and protection systems. Reed's Marine Engineering Series. 4th Ed.. Hamburg. firing. IMarEST Publications. air heaters. IMarEST Publicatons. Butterworths-Heinemann. operational and safety features of water tube and fire tube boilers and their basic support systems: air supply. Witherby. safe voltages. MER and Transactions of IMarEST. 4. The Running and Maintenance of Marine Machinery. J. 1996. Requirements for electrical equipment in hazardous areas on marine and offshore systems. London. load control and high temperature and low temperature corrosion control. E. 2nd Ed. 5. extraction pump. 2001. per-unit systems. fire prevention. fuel oil treatment. Explosion. Oxford. fuel burning and combustion. Ship Construction for Marine Students. exhaust gas economisers. maintenance of thermal power plant.A. London.. Elsevier publication. Steam Turbines and Gearing. energy exchange. Introduction to Marine Engineering.A. D. shutting down. 2000. air ejectors. Roy. Technical specifications. diesel engines and boilers) Marine Engineering/Electrotechology Lab (safe operation. Recommended reading Meier-Peter. 7th Ed. Stokoe. Marine Auxiliary Machinery. construction... 6th Ed.J. London.
Materials to be provided by AMC: None.edu. In addition to specific requirements of AMC and this unit you should refer to the University’s policy at: http://www.utas.au/hr/ohs/pol_proc/ohs.UNIT OUTLINE – JEE244 PRINCIPLES OF MARITIME ENGINEERING E. Extra costs: None Computer hardware & software MS Office Suite Occupational health and safety (OH&S) The University is committed to providing a safe and secure teaching and learning environment.pdf All laboratory work requires students to follow OH&S requirements stipulated for the areas utilised. Students must wear lab coats or overalls and safety shoes for all laboratory sessions. safety shoes.(electronic) resources MyLO: Lecture notes and handouts Tutorials and Assessments Additional information Equipment & materials Materials to be provided by the student Experimental work: lab coats or overalls. Other requirements None Unit outline version 7/02/2013 5 .admin.
00 pm start Unit outline version 7/02/2013 6 . tutorials. Class times Day Thursday Friday Class Room LT 7 LT6 and as per schedule Time 3. The company has its way of presenting calculations and reporting information that you will be expected to follow. individual assignments and self-directed learning.5.UNIT OUTLINE – JEE244 PRINCIPLES OF MARITIME ENGINEERING Details of teaching arrangements Learning strategies Lectures.50pm 9.4.00pm Professional Society Meeting times Day Thursday as advertised Venue Auditorium or as advertised Time 5. ship visit. problem based learning assignment. This unit will be run as if you were working in a maritime engineering consulting firm.30 pm for 6.00am.00pm .
00am5.00am 1.00pm Group 1 Group 3 Group 6 Group 2 Group 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1-Mar 8-Mar 15-Mar 22-Mar 5-Apr 12-Apr 19-Apr 26-Apr 7 .00 pm LT 6 All groups All groups All groups No Friday Classes held after 19 April Unit outline version 7/02/2013 Week Friday Electro Tech 9.00pm P3 P3 Group 6 Group 3 Group 1 Group 2 Group 4 Group 5 Stephen Brown 9.3.00 .00 Group 5 1.50 pm 5.UNIT OUTLINE – JEE244 PRINCIPLES OF MARITIME ENGINEERING Syllabus and Learning Schedule Thursday Schedule Week 1 2 3 4 Date 28 Feb 7 Mar 14 Mar 21 Mar 28 Mar.00am12.00 pm 2.00am1-4 pm 12.3 Apr Topic Introduction to ship terminology Diesel Engines Steam Plant Thordon Presentation Easter Break Gas Turbines Class Test Fuel and lubricating oil systems Ship services General hotel systems Elements of ship design Propulsors Vessel resistance and propulsion Revision Readings / Problems Assessment 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 4 Apr 11 Apr 18 Apr 25 Apr 2 May 9 May 16 May 23 May 30 May Engineering Note Book Due Friday Schedule Electrical lectures 11.00pm Groups 1 &2 Groups 3 &4 Groups 5 &6 Thermo Lab 10.
Types and Weighting of Assessment: Class Test (10%) Task Description One open book class test is scheduled for week 6. attend professional society technical meetings and reflect on the experiences in an engineering note book. 2. 3. Link to Unit Outcomes: 1. You are responsible for all information (both academic and administrative) presented during class times. a student must achieve a minimum of 50% of the total assessment marks available. Attendance at all laboratory and practical sessions is compulsory. diesel engine and electrical systems. & 4 Due Date: 11 April Engineering Note Book (30 %) Task Description Undertake practical investigations of steam plant. 3. 2.UNIT OUTLINE – JEE244 PRINCIPLES OF MARITIME ENGINEERING Specific attendance/performance requirements Attendance at all assigned class times is expected. Link to Unit Outcomes: 1. Assessment Assessment schedule Assessment Task Class test Engineering Note Book Exam Due Week 6 10 TBA % 10 30 60 Assessment details To pass this unit. & 4 Unit outline version 7/02/2013 8 . Should you miss a class for whatever reason it is your responsibility to obtain information and content that was missed.
How your final result is determined The grade that you receive for this unit will be determined by a committee of examiners. Assignments and reports must be placed in the lecturer’s assignment box by the due dates (ground floor in the Swanson Building). etc. unless otherwise specified by the lecturer.templates ). tutorials. & 4 Submission of assignments and reports All assignments. Electronic submissions are not acceptable (unless otherwise instructed by lecturer).amc. must be completed using the template provided on the web. Due Date: 10 May Final Exam (60%) Task Description The end of semester 3 hour closed book exam will draw on lectures. The assessed work will be returned during lecture or as agreed between the students and the lecturer. The accompanying cover sheet must be completed. (http://www. 3. Group reports must be signed by all participants. The raw marks that you receive from each piece of assessable material will be combined in order to determine a letter grade for the unit (see Assessment Schedule for percent weighting). formulation and solution.au/beng. Communicate in writing in the form of a reflective engineering note book. 4. Analyse and apply conscious thinking in regard to task being reported. The primary emphasis will be (i) problem identification. Link to Unit Outcomes: 1. 3. Apply theoretical and practical knowledge to Marine Engineering tasks. and texts covering all aspects of the unit.UNIT OUTLINE – JEE244 PRINCIPLES OF MARITIME ENGINEERING Assessment Criteria: 1. and (iii) application to practical problems. (ii) demonstration of basic fundamentals. 2. reports. Unit outline version 7/02/2013 9 .edu. 2. Entries serve to connect ideas and demonstrate understanding. The exam schedule will be finalised several weeks before the examination period commences. All descriptive components of the assignments and reports should be typed. The raw marks may undergo a scaling process.
National Centre for Maritime Engineering and Hydrodynamics.libguides. Should you require clarification please see your unit coordinator or lecturer. The procedure is given at: http://www. Unit outline version 7/02/2013 10 .UNIT OUTLINE – JEE244 PRINCIPLES OF MARITIME ENGINEERING Penalties Failure to adhere with the OH&S standards whilst taking part in any assessed activity that involves field trips and/or that requires the use of UTAS or AMC facilities will result in the following penalties: first offense . grading.edu.5% penalty (applicable to the whole team in team projects). works of art and/or inventions. you should discuss this with the following people: (1) The person who marked the assessment. and third offense . is found in the Course Rules Document at: http://www.edu. including referencing styles: http://utas.studentcentre.au/examinations_and_results/results/result_review_results. (3) Head.a fail grade in the assessment.com/referencing Please read the following statement on plagiarism. Maritime Engineering. assessments.amc. a matter considered by the University of Tasmania as a serious offence.utas. htm Course rules More information with regard to content. (4) Director. (2) Unit Coordinator. If this does not resolve the issue. Problems with your assessment If you have questions or problems with your assessment.course.au/be. you may a file formal appeal. second offense by student (or another member of the same team in team projects) 20% penalty (applicable to the whole team in team project).rules Academic referencing In your written work you will need to support your ideas by referring to scholarly literature. Failure to appropriately acknowledge the ideas of others constitutes academic dishonesty (plagiarism). It is important that you understand how to correctly refer to the work of others and maintain academic integrity. For information on presentation of assignments.content. etc.
you are advised to raise these with your lecturer in the first instance. plagiarism. and International Services. using an author's ideas without proper acknowledgment and citation.edu. for example.edu. for themselves or for any other person.utas.utas. and this can include imposition of penalties that range from a deduction/cancellation of marks to exclusion from a unit or the University. to exclusion from a unit.utas.au/library/ Unit outline version 7/02/2013 11 . a course or the University. For further information on this statement and general referencing guidelines.utas.au/ The intentional copying of someone else’s work as one’s own is a serious offence punishable by penalties that may range from a fine or deduction/cancellation of marks and. There is a range of University-wide support services available to you including Teaching & Learning.UNIT OUTLINE – JEE244 PRINCIPLES OF MARITIME ENGINEERING Academic misconduct Academic misconduct includes cheating.au/universitycouncil/legislation/ Plagiarism is a form of cheating. using an author's words without putting them in quotation marks and citing the source. please consult your lecturer or tutor for relevant referencing guidelines. have personal or life planning issues. Student Services.edu. any academic advantage or advancement to which they or that other person are not entitled. see http://www. Assessable works may also be included in a reference database. see http://www. It is taking and using someone else's thoughts. or b) improperly disadvantages any other student.edu.au/students/ Should you require assistance in accessing the Library visit their website for more information at: http://www.utas. in the most serious of cases.edu.academicintegrity. Details of penalties that can be imposed are available in the Ordinance of Student Discipline – Part 3 Academic Misconduct. Further information and assistance If you are experiencing difficulties with your studies or assignments. disability or illness which may affect your course of study. copying another student's work. It is a condition of this arrangement that the original author’s permission is required before a work within the database can be viewed.au/plagiarism/ or follow the link under ‘Policy. allowing another student to copy work for an assignment or an examination and any other conduct by which a student: a) seeks to gain. The University and any persons authorised by the University may submit your assessable works to a plagiarism checking service. writings or inventions and representing them as your own. and the academic integrity resources on the web at: http://www. to obtain a report on possible instances of plagiarism. Please refer to the Current Students homepage at: http://www. Procedures and Feedback’ on the Current Students homepage. Students engaging in any form of academic misconduct may be dealt with under the Ordinance of Student Discipline. If you have any doubts about how to refer to the work of others in your assignments.