prof. dr hab. inż. Wiesław Tarełko
- artificial neural network, modelling,ship speed, engine fuel consumption
- energia odnawialna
- marine propulsion shafting, bearing lubrication, fluid-structure interaction, finite-element method, optimization
- morskie farmy wiatrowe
- poszukiwanie zloz weglowodorowych
- redundancja, niezawodnosc, silownia okretowa
- Department of Ship Manufacturing Technology, Quality Systems and Materials Science
- Faculty of Ocean Engineering and Ship Technology
A decision-making system supporting selection of commanded outputs for a ship's propulsion system with a controllable pitch propeller
The ship's operators have to make decisions regarding the values of commanded outputs (commanded engine speed and pitch ratio) which ensure maximum vessel speed and minimum fuel consumption. Obviously, the presented decision problems are opposed. Therefore, there is a need for a compromise solution that enables more flexible vessel voyage planning. This paper deals with development of a computer-aided system supporting selection...
One of key ways of assuring a high level of reliability of a ship power plant is to design redundancy of its structural elements, for example redundancy of prime drivers, drivelines etc. This paper deals with issues related to the redundancy as a way increasing dependability of the ship power and propulsion systems. Especially, fundamental characteristics of dependability, major design strategies influencing the reliability, and...
Power and propulsion systems of offshore units must be of a very high level of reliability. The loss of ability to perform functions of their components causes generally to very high economic losses, which may be increased by unused the weather window resulting to postponing the planned offshore operations. To ensure carrying out so expensive offshore operations in the most reliable way, various types of redundancies are built-in...
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