dr inż. Daniel Piątek
- Assistant Professor at Institute of Ocean Engineering and Ship Technology
- Institute of Ocean Engineering and Ship Technology
- Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Ship Technology
- Budynek Wydziału Oceanotechniki i Okrętownictwa pokój 502 E
- (58) 347 15 10
The growing requirements for limiting the negative impact of all modes of transport on the natural environment mean that clean technologies are becoming more and more important. The global trend of e-mobility also applies to sea and inland water transport. This article presents the results of experimental tests carried out on a life-size, parallel diesel-electric hybrid propulsion system. The eciency of the propulsion system was...
Small Vessel with Inboard Engine Retrofitting Concepts; Real Boat Tests, Laboratory Hybrid Drive Tests and Theoretical Studies
The development of modern technologies and their increasing availability, as well as the falling costs of highly ecient propulsion systems and power sources, have resulted in electric or hybrid propulsions systems’ growing popularity for use on watercraft. Presented in the paper are design and lab tests of a prototype parallel hybrid propulsion system. It describes a concept of retrofitting a conventionally powered nine meter-long...
ASSESSING THE POTENTIAL REPLACEMENT OF MINERAL OIL WITH ENVIRONMENTALLY ACCEPTABLE LUBRICANTS IN A STERN TUBE BEARING: AN EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF BEARING PERFORMANCE
T his study compares the performance of a plain bearing, with a similar structure to a tail shaft stern bearing, lubricated with either mineral oil or an environmentally acceptable lubricant (EAL). The main characteristic of the bearing is its length/diameter ratio of <1. Measurements are carried out with the bearing operating under loads from 0.5 to 1 MPa and seven speeds ranging from 1 to 11 rev/s. The bearing lubricated...
Obtained scientific degrees/titles
Obtained science degreedr inż. Mechanical engineering (Technology)
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