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Main Data
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Presentation on Main Data

Main Data

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Pictorial View of W L46

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Pictorial View of W V46

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Cross Sectional View Classic, V46 and L46

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Main Data
Wrtsil 46A

Wrtsil 46B

Wrtsil 46C

Cylinder bore

460 mm

460 mm

460 mm

Piston stroke

580 mm

580 mm

580 mm

Cylinder output

905 kW/cyl.

975 kW/cyl.

1050 kW/cyl.

Engine speed

450 500 514 rpm

500 514 rpm

500 514 rpm

Piston speed

8.7

9.7

9.7

Mean effective
pressure bar

25.0

22.5

21.9

24.3

9.9 m/s

23.6

26.1

9.9 m/s

25.4

Firing pressure

180 bar

180 bar

180 bar

Charge air pressure

2.8 bar

3.1 bar

3.4 bar

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Rated Power, Propulsion Engines

Development

Rated Power: Propulsion engines


**A-output in kW

**B-output in kW

C-output in kW

450 rpm 500 rpm 514 rpm

500 rpm

514 rpm

500 rpm

514 rpm

6L46

5 430

5 430

5 430

5 850

5 850

6 300

6 300

8L46

7 240

7 240

7 240

7 800

7 800

8 400

8 400

9L46

8 145

8 145

8 145

8 775

8 775

9 450

9 450

12V46

10 860

10 860

10 860

11 700

11 700

12 600

12 600

16V46

14 480

14 480

14 480

15 600

15 600

16 800

16 800

18V46

16 290

16 290

16 290

17 550

17 550

18 900

18 900

Cylinder
configuration

A-output in BHP
6L46
7 380
8L46
9 840
9L46
11 070
12V46
14 760
16V46
19 680
18V46
22 140
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7 380
9 840
11 070
14 760
19 680
22 140

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7 380
9 840
11 070
14 760
19 680
22 140

B-output in BHP

C-output in BHP

7 950
10 600
11 925
15 900
21 200
23 861

8 550
11 400
12 825
17 100
22 800
25 650

7 950
10 600
11 925
15 900
21 200
23 861

8 550
11 400
12 825
17 100
22 800
25 650

Operating Data, Temperatures

Normal values (xxx)


100% load

Limits

30% load

Alarm

Stop

80

90(xx)

105

110

490

550(xx)

Temperatures, C
Lub. oil before engine

62-70

73-80

Lub. oil differential high. after engine

10-13

5-8

HT water after engine

85-95

HT water differential low, before engine


HT water, rise over turbocharger
(only VTR-and EGT-chargers)

8-12(15)

6-10

LT Water before engine

28-30

65-70

Charge air in air receiver

40-60

60-70

Exhaust gas after cylinder


Preheating of HT water

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Operating Data, Pressures


Normal values (xxx)
100% load

30% load

Limits
Alarm

Stop

Gauge pressures (bar)


Lub. oil before engine

4.0
VTR
TPL
EGT

Lub. oil before turbocharger

3.5-4.0
0.5-1.5
1.25-2.25
2.3-3.3

LT water before LT pump (=static)

LT water before charge air cooler


Fuel before engine

0.4
1.0
2.1

5-8

2.0

2.8-4.4 (x)

2.0

7-9

4.0

Starting air

Max. 30

Charge air

See test records

Preheating of HT water

70

Other pressures (bar)


Firing pressure

See test records

Opening pressure of main injection valve

450

Opening pressure of pilot injection valve

320

Opening pressure of safety valve on lub. oil pump

6-8

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2.0

0.7-1.5

HT water before engine

3.0

490

550(xx)

Firing Order

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Designation of Bearings

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Main bearings. The flywheel


bearing is No. 0, the first
standard main bearing is No. 1,
the second No. 2 etc.
The thrust bearing rails are
located in the flywheel bearing.
The outer rails close to the
flywheel are marked with "00"
and the inner rails with "0".
The camshaft bearings are
designated the same as the main
bearings and the thrust bearing
bushings are designated "00"
(outer) and "0".
Camshaft gear bearings: The
bearings located on the flywheel
side are designated "00" and the
inner bearings "0".
Upper and lower bearings shells:
In bearings where both shells are
identical, the upper one is
marked with "UP".

Numbering of Cylinders and Crankshaft Rotation

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Crankshaft Rotation

counterclockwise

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clockwise

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Markings of the Flywheel

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The flywheel is provided with


a 360 scale, starting from
TDC at firing for cylinder 1.

TDC at firing for every


cylinder is marked on the
flywheel.

There is a common marking


for the cylinders in engines
with even cylinder numbers,
one cylinder is at TDC at firing
and the other is at TDC at
scavenging.

Firing intervals of an in-line


engine (in crank angles) can
be determined by dividing
720 with the number of
cylinders.

In V-engines the scale starts


from TDC at firing for cylinder
A1.

Flywheel Marks

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Flywheel

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What is the Flywheel Reading?

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