This book has been meticulously written in order to cater to the knowledge requirements of sailing Electrical Officers and Marine Engineers who aim to qualify for the Certificate of Competency
This guide “Marine Control Technology”, the fourth edition, has been completely revised and updated. It contains relevant and concise information about the latest technological advances that the shipping industry has made in this sphere of engineering.
This book is an easy-to-understand guide, for those who work closely with electrical and associated equipment in Hazardous Areas on-board all types of ships and in similar environments at sea or ashore.
This book caters to the structured curricula for Marine Engineering Pre-Sea Students, Marine Engineers of all post-sea competency levels and Electro Technical Officers of the Merchant Navy.
The key to identifying faults is the ability to locate a suspected component and prove whether it is faulty or not. This guide will help you with that.
Electrical and electronic system onboard is a complex circuit difficult to understand. This is an exhaustive guide written exclusively for ship electrical officers, deck officers and marine engineers.
This ebook written in 38 Chapters, focuses on a wide range of systems / equipment installed on the Bridge, the Deck and in the Engine Room. It contains authentic information and guidelines that will help any Engineer at sea to quickly address both common and intricate issues.
This book contains relevant and concise information about the latest technological advances that the shipping industry has made in this sphere of engineering. It is also useful for engineering curricula in other institutions where Instrumentation and Control Engineering is a subject.
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