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Pounders Marine diesel engines and gas turbines 9 EDITION. Year: Author : D. Woodyard. Language: english. Publisher: ELSEVIER Sabre Foundation. Dual-Fuel and Gas Engines . 3. Exhaust Alpha Diesel (MAN Diesel). MaK (Caterpillar Marine Power Systems). Since its first appearance in , Pounders Marine Diesel Engines has served and governor systems, gas turbines and safety aspects of engine operation.

Details of all new designs and major modifications to established models VII Preface Preface introduced since the last edition are provided, along with service experience with the most popular designs. Technically important engines no longer in production but still encountered at sea justify their continued coverage.

In preparing the new edition the author expresses again his gratitude for the groundwork laid by the late C. Pounder and to the editors of the sixth edition, his late friend and colleague Chris Wilbur and Don Wight whose contributions are respectively acknowledged at the end of sections or chapters by C. In an industry generous for imparting information on new developments and facilitating visits, special thanks are again due to MAN Diesel, Wartsila Corporation, Caterpillar Marine Power Systems, ABB Turbo Systems, the major classification societies, and the leading marine lube oil groups.

Thanks again also to my wife Shelley Woodyard for her support and assistance in this project.

Pounder's Marine Diesel Engines and Gas Turbines

Finally, the author hopes that this edition, like its predecessors, will continue to provide a useful reference for marine engineers ashore and at sea, enginebuilders and ship operators.

Mainstream sectors have long been surrendered by the steam turbine, ousted by low- and medium- speed engines from large container ships, bulk carriers, VLCCs and cruise liners.

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Helps engineers to understand the latest changes to marine diesel engineers Careful organisation of the new edition enables readers to access the information they require Brand new chapters focus on monitoring control systems and HiMSEN engines. Over high quality, clearly labelled illustrations and figures to aid understanding and help engineers quickly identify what they need to know.

English Copyright: The vertical volute-sprung suspension VVSS units possessed a return roller mounted directly atop the main housing of each of the six suspension units three per side , designed as self-contained and readily replaced modular units bolted to the hull sides.

The turret was power-traversed by an electro-hydraulic system in the form of an electric motor providing the pressure for the hydraulic motor. This fully rotated the turret in 15 seconds.

Control was from a spade grip on the gun. The same motor provided pressure for the gun stabilizing system. Front view of an M3.

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The periscope rotated with the gun. The gunner laid the gun on target through geared handwheels for traverse and elevation. It also sighted the coaxial machine gun. There were also two.

These were, due to coordination issues, removed, though they would be seen on early Sherman tanks. The British had requested that their Matilda II infantry tank and Crusader cruiser tank designs be made by American factories, but this request was refused. With much of their equipment left on the beaches near Dunkirk , the equipment needs of the British were acute.

Though not entirely satisfied with the design, they ordered the M3 in large numbers. British experts had viewed the mock-up in and identified features that they considered flaws — the high profile, the hull mounted main gun, the lack of a radio in the turret though the tank did have a radio down in the hull , the riveted armor plating whose rivets tended to pop off inside the interior in a deadly ricochet when the tank was hit by a non-penetrating round , the smooth track design, insufficient armor plating and lack of splash-proofing of the joints.

A bustle rack was to be made at the back of the turret to house the Wireless Set No. The turret was to be given thicker armor plate than in the original U.

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Several of these new "Grant" tanks would also be equipped with sand shields for action in North Africa, though they often fell off. The order was subsequently increased with the expectation that when the M4 Sherman was available, it could replace part of the order. Contracts were arranged with three U.

The prototype was completed in March and production models followed, with the first British-specification tanks produced in July. Both U. The U.

After extensive losses in Africa and Greece, the British realized that to meet their needs for tanks, both the Lee and the Grant types would need to be accepted. When the British Army received their new M3 medium tanks from the US, confusion immediately set in [13] between the different M3 medium tank and M3 light tank.RF Technology and Circuits. Practical Smalltalk: Other Book for download: Free Shipping Free global shipping No minimum order.

The M3 was tall and roomy: the power transmission ran through the crew compartment under the turret basket to the gearbox driving the front sprockets.

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British experts had viewed the mock-up in and identified features that they considered flaws — the high profile, the hull mounted main gun, the lack of a radio in the turret though the tank did have a radio down in the hull , the riveted armor plating whose rivets tended to pop off inside the interior in a deadly ricochet when the tank was hit by a non-penetrating round , the smooth track design, insufficient armor plating and lack of splash-proofing of the joints.

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