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Engine Control System (ECS)

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Engine
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Layout
Network
Different controller software functions
Controller details
Control stations
Tacho system
Manoeuvring system

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Engine
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MOP Main Operating Panel
Displays ECS data Human Interface
Parameter Handling
ECS Alarm Handling
EICU Engine Interface Control Unit
ECR/Bridge Selection
HPS Control
Cylinder Lube Feedrate
General Alarm Relay
Slow Down Relay
Engine Running Mode

ESC

HCU

CCU Cylinder Control Unit


HCU Valve control & supervision
Speed Governor
Local/Remote Selection
Shut Down Monitoring
Tacho system
Crankshaft position

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Engine
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The Multi Purpose Controllers are


identical hardware wise
ESC

They have different software


functions
2 redundant control networks are
connecting
ti allll Multi
M lti P
Purpose
Controllers and both Main Operating
Panels
A backup of the application- and
setup- software is stored on both
Main Operation Panels
At replacement, a new controller
is automatically loaded with
correct software via the control
network(s)

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Engine Control System


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Power Supply

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120

120
B

MOP A

EICU

MOP B

Control room
Engine room

J66 (B)
C

Shield

J65 (A)

Shield

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Control network layout


layout, 40 50 ME
ME-B
B

120

120
120

CCU 1

CCU 2

CCU n

120
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120

120
B

MOP A

MOP B

Bridge or Engine Control room


Engine Control Room or Engine room

J66 (B)
C

Shield

J65 (A)

Shield

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Control network layout


layout, 35 ME-B

120

120
120

EICU

CCU 1

CCU 2

CCU n

120

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EICU Engine Interface Control Unit


EICU,
Remote Control System
ECR/Bridge Selection
Speed setpoint relayed to CCUs
Cancelled limiter relayed to CCUs

ESC

HPS setpoint control according to engine


speed
d and
d lload
d

Engine Running Mode


Economy/Emission
E
/E i i available
il bl
HCU

Fuel injection profile and timing


Cylinder
C li d L
Lubrication
b i ti F
Feedrate
d t
General Alarm Relay
Slow Down Request Relay
Slow Down Command Relay

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CCU Cylinder Control Unit


CCU,
Speed
p
Governor / Index limiter
3 Governor modes available
HCU Valve control & supervision
ESC

Fuel injection timing and amount


Monitors Shut Down from Safety System
Monitors Crankshaft position via Tacho
signals

CCU 1:

Engine Side Control/Remote selection


Input from scavenge air pressure sensor
Powers tacho system A
CCU 2:

Powers tacho system B


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CCU,, Cylinder
y
Control Unit
Safety System

CCU 1

CCU 1

CCU 2

CCU 2

ELFI 1
Pilot
Valve

ELFI 2
Pilot
Valve

ELFI 3
Pilot
Valve

ELFI 4
Pilot
Valve

CCU n

ELFI n
Pilot
Valve

Engine Control System (ECS)

Resistor used
for connection
supervision

+ 24 Vdc

CCU

ELFI
Pilot Valve

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CCU,, Cylinder
y
Control Unit

This screen gives an


overview of the Engine
Control System
Use this screen to
determine which CCU
controls which cylinder
unit.
Alarm text will refer to
e.g. CCU 2 unit A or B;
in this case unit A is
cyl. 3.

IMPORTANT:
On uneven cyl. no.
engines, CCU 1 will
only control cyl. unit 1.
In this case
case, CCU 2 unit
A is most likely to refer
to cyl. unit 2, but
always check this
screen for correct
reference.

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CCU,, Cylinder
y
Control Unit

An example:
Alarm text refers to
CCU 2 Lubricator A.
In this case unit A is
cyl. No. 3.

IMPORTANT:
Always check inserted
screen for correct
reference.

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Multi Purpose Controller,


Controller MPC

Cover with plug Nos.


and fuse sizes
Network cables
LED indicator

IP 66 cabinet
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Multi Purpose Controller,


Controller MPC

Rese
et push buttton

DIP Switches

Battery for internal clock


LED indicator

DIP Switches

Power Plug

Fuses
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MPC-10 Prototype

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MPC 10 versus MPC


MPC-10

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Multi Purpose Controller


MPC
24 VDC,, isolated system,
y
, A + B have UPS
2 separate 16 A breakers (A & B) for every MPC

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Authorized service
ONLY

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LED indication code

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LED information Code

The LED gives information, either as a constant light or by flashing.


A flashing LED is a coded message from the controller. The code consists of 2
digits:
1. Digit is given by red flashes on yellow/orange background
2. Digit is given by green flashes on yellow/orange background
The 2 digits are separated by a 1 sec. yellow/orange pulse.

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Control Stations

Bridge Control Panel is


connected to EICU
ESC

Engine
g e Co
Control
t o Room
oo Panel
a e is
s
connected to EICU

Engine Side Console is


connected to CCU1

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Main Operating Panel MOP

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Engine Side Control Station

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Engine Side Control Station

Local Control
Box

Engine Side
Console,,
ESC

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Engine Side Control Station

Local Control
Box

Engine Side
Console,
Console
ESC

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Engine Side Control Station


Local Control Box

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Engine Side Control Station


Engine Side Console,
Console ESC

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Engine Side Control Station


Engine Side Console,
Console ESC

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Engine Side Control Station,


Gallery side on 6S40ME-B

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Engine Side Control Station,


gallery side on 6S40ME-B

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Tacho System

There are 2 redundant tacho systems.


ESC

System A
System
S t
B
Standard is:
Angle encoders with one
reference sensor on the turning
wheel (A-system)
(A system)

Option is sensors at the turning wheel


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Tacho system

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Angle encoders

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Tacho system

TSA-A
TSA-B

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Tacho system
Turning wheel end

Semicircular ring

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Tacho system
Sensor at turning wheel end

Sensor tip
p

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Tacho system
Angle encoders
4001-A

TSA-A

4002 A
4002-A
4003-A
4004-A

4001-B

CCUs

4002 B
4002-B
4003-B

TSA-B

4004-B

90 deg
ATDC
0 deg
(TDC 1)

Angle encoder A
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45 deg
ATDC

Angle encoder B
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Tacho system
Angle encoder A + B
System A (powered from CCU 1)
MMA = Marker Master A

TDC 1

Q1B

Q1A

MSA = Marker Slave A

MMA 0 deg

Q1A = Quadratur 1A
Q2A = Quadratur 2A

MMB 45 deg

Q2A

System B (powered from CCU 2)

Q2B

MMB = Marker Master B


MSB = Marker Slave B

MSA 90 deg
(Turning wheel
Reference)

Q1B = Quadratur 1B
Q2B = Quadratur 2B

MSB 135 deg

Pos
MMA
MMB
MSA
MSB
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0-44
True
False
False
False

45-89
True
True
False
False

90-134 135-179 180-224 225-269 270-314 315-359


True
True
False
False
False
False
True
True
True
False
False
False
True
True
True
True
False
False
False
True
True
True
True
False
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Option with sensors at turning


wheel

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Maintenance:
Function Test > Tacho > Cabling Test

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Maintenance:
Function Test > Tacho

Pre-Start Test and


Setting of Fine Adjust
Parameters can be
performed individually.
Pre-Start Test:
Follow the steps and
press done
d
after
f
each
h
item.
Use turning gear and
readings from the
turning wheel.

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Maintenance:
Function Test > Tacho

Setting
S
tti
off Fi
Fine Adj
Adjustt
Parameters:
Engine has to be
running at min 50%
rpm.
Perform 0-Diagram with
the PMI System
PMI 0
0-diagram
diagram is to be
performed at 50-60%
load.
Extract TDC values and
Trig Offset AH from PMI
System and enter them
later
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Maintenance:
Function Test > Tacho

Accept the value or


abort the test

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Maintenance:
Function Test > Tacho

Trig Offset AH to be
taken from PMI system.

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Maintenance:
Function Test > Tacho

Press E
P
End
d Test
T t when
h
Parameter Setting is
Successful

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Tacho system,
system Commissioning
At fi
A
first given
i
opportunity,
i when
h the
h engine
i is
i stopped,
d enter the
h extracted
d TDC values
l
f
from
PMI System
S
b the
by
h
service terminal :

Step

Action

Expected result

B14. Input of TDC values from PMI Running-in programme


Engine stopped. ArcEdit program running on MOP and ECS System file for engine opened.
A table is displayed containing firing sequence and
angle for all cylinders.

Open the path System=> CCU1=>CCU=> IO Terminals=> Firing Sequence AH.

Insert TDC angles for cyl.1->xx from PMI program (TDC.txt). Select the value to be
changed, press F2,
F2 , and enter the value (in Degrees). Press ENTER
ENTER and Yes
Yes to set TDC angle cyl.1 setup.
all instances of global parameter.

Continue above procedure for all cylinders, and select File=>Save.

TDC angle setup for all cylinders in ECS system


file.

Download the updated ECS system file to all MPCs, see procedure B5.

TDC setup completed.

Make a performance evaluation with the PMI system and balance the engine if necessary

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Engine
g
Control System
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(ECS)
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)

Component

Failure

Precaution

Effect on Engine

All CCUs

MPC
Fails

Alarm is released.
The remaining cylinders
share the load
load.
Connect back up
lubrication cable(s) to
remaining CCUs.

Slow down is requested.


Fuel and cylinder lubrication injections are lost on 2
cylinders
cylinders.
When running longer periods (>hour) with faulty CCU
backup activation signals for cylinder lubricators are
available on the other CCUs.
On some engines start performance might be reduced due
to loss of injections on 2 cylinders.

CCU 2

MPC
F il
Fails

As above

If the fault is caused by power failure, tacho signal set B is


no longer
l
available
il bl tto any CCU
CCU.

CCU 1

MPC
Fails

As above and
In case of Local control
switch to remote control;
ECS or Bridge.

If the fault is caused by power failure, tacho signal set A is


no longer available to any CCU.
Engine Side Control station is no longer available.
Scavenge Air pressure sensor signal is no longer available
which can cause a change in injection timing.
Several values on the MOP display will be unavailable.

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Engine
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Control System
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(ECS)
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)

EICU

MPC
fails

Alarm is released.
Continuous operation with no load restriction.
The cylinder lubrication
Both ECR and RCS Control stations are no longer
federate and HPS pressure available. Only ESC can be used in this situation.
set point goes to fail safe Set point to and supervision of HPS is lost. The HPS will go
to failsafe pressure level.
values.
Monitor MOP for eventual Connection to ships alarm system is no longer available for
any other alarms. ECS alarms are still displayed on MOP.
new alarms.
Cylinder lubrication will be set to fail safe amount and
lubrication will be speed proportional.
Several values on the MOP display will be unavailable.

MOP

One PC Alarm is released.


released
fails

MOP

Both PCs Alarm is released.


fail

ME-B Engine Control System

Continuous operation with no load restriction


restriction.

Continuous operation with no load restriction.


All MOP adjustments,
adjustments commands and ECS alarms are no
longer available. General M/E alarm signal is however
available.

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Engine
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Control System
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(ECS)
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)

24V Power
Supply

One supply The duplicate power


fails
supply retains power
supply.
Alarm is released.
Over/Under Alarm is released.
24V Power
Supply
voltage The power supply is
disconnected.
Isolation to Alarm is released.
Complete
System
Ship
ground
Failure
Tacho Amplifier Unit Fails Alarms are released
from all CCUs.

ME-B Engine Control System

Continuous operation with no load restriction.

Continuous operation with no load restriction.

Continuous operation with no load restriction.

Continuous operation with no load restriction.

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MC Manoeuvring System

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ME-B Manoeuvring
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Disclaimer
All data p
provided in these training
g materials is non-binding.
g
This data serves informational purposes only and is especially not
guaranteed in any way.
Depending on the subsequent specific individual projects
projects, the relevant data
may be subject to changes and will be assessed and determined
individually for each project. This will depend on the particular
characteristics of each individual p
project,
j , especially
p
y specific
p
site and
operational conditions.

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