Fuel Consumption Study for Auxiliary Engines that Equip an Oil Tanker
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The paper deals with an oil tanker whose propulsion system with internal combustion engine during navigation was investigated. For a power plant with internal combustion engines we distinguish the subsystems: the internal combustion engine; consumer (s); mechanisms and auxiliary installations of the internal combustion engine power plant. The energy required for the proper functioning of the energy system is provided by the engines it is equipped with. During the voyage, the ship has several conditions for navigation, and the main engine and auxiliary machinery do not work all the time on the same charge.
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