Marine Electrical

Reasons for Using High Voltage Systems On board Ships

A Ship cannot run on the traditional electrical systems with less voltage. The high capacity marine diesel engines and other machinery on ships require higher voltage systems to produce more electrical power. Find out the reasons for using high voltage systems on board ships.

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How to Find an Earth Fault On board Ships
Marine Electrical

How to Find an Earth Fault On board Ships?

Earth fault is considered very critical on board a ship. Some ships which operate at 440 V do not have any trip devices attached for a single earth fault. However when the operating voltage exceeds 3000V, it is mandatory to have a protection system which isolates when a machinery suffers an earth fault.

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Marine Electrical

How to Do Busbar Inspection and Maintenance on Ships?

Inspection of busbars in main and emergency switchboards on ships is important to prevent accidents caused due to electrical faults such as short circuits, fire etc. Learn how busbar inspection is to be done on board ships by taking all necessary safety precautions.

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Marine Electrical

How to Overhaul Motors on Ships?

Like any other mechanical machinery on board ships, motors also have their own running hours, after which, the complete overhauling of the motor is to be done to ensure efficient working and performance.

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