Module: Marine Auxiliaries
|Auxiliary Systems on Board of Ships||Lecture||2||Summer Semester|
|Auxiliary Systems on Board of Ships||Recitation Section (large)||1||Summer Semester|
|Electrical Installation on Ships||Lecture||2||Winter Semester|
|Electrical Installation on Ships||Recitation Section (large)||1||Winter Semester|
Prof. Christopher Friedrich Wirz
The students are able to
- name the operating behaviour of consumers,
- describe special requirements on the design of supply networks and to the electrical equipment in isolated networks, as e.g. onboard ships, offshore units, factories and emergency power supply systems,
- explain power generation and distribution in isolated grids, wave generator systems on ships,
- name requirements for network protection, selectivity and operational monitoring,
- name the requirements regarding marine equipment and apply to product development, as well as
- describe operating procedures of equipment components of standard and specialized ships and derive requirements for product development.
Students are able to
• calculate short-circuit currents, switchgear,
• design electrical propulsion systems for ships
• design additional machinery components, as well as
• to apply basic principles of hydraulics and to develop hydraulic systems.
The students are able to communicate and cooperate in a professional environment in the shipbuilding and component supply industry.
The widespread scope of gained knowledge enables the students to handle situations in their future profession independently and confidently.
ECTS-Credit Points Module:
Workload in Hours:
Independent Study Time: 96, Study Time in Lecture: 84
Course: Auxiliary Systems on Board of Ships (Lecture)
Christopher Friedrich Wirz
- Vorschriften zur Schiffsausrüstung
- Ausrüstungsanlagen auf Standard-Schiffen
- Ausrüstungsanlagen auf Spezial-Schiffen
- Grundlagen und Systemtechnik der Hydraulik
- Auslegung und Betrieb von Ausrüstungsanlagen
- H. Meyer-Peter, F. Bernhardt: Handbuch der Schiffsbetriebstechnik
- H. Watter: Hydraulik und Pneumatik
Course: Auxiliary Systems on Board of Ships (Recitation Section (large))
Christopher Friedrich Wirz
Siehe korrespondierende Vorlesung
Course: Electrical Installation on Ships
- performance in service of electrical consumers.
- special requirements for power supply systems and for electrical equipment in isolated systems/networks e. g. aboard ships, offshore installations, factory systems and emergency power supply systems.
- power generation and distribution in isolated networks, shaft generators for ships
- calculation of short circuits and behaviour of switching devices
- protective devices, selectivity monitoring
- electrical Propulsion plants for ships
H. Meier-Peter, F. Bernhardt u. a.: Handbuch der Schiffsbetriebstechnik, Seehafen Verlag
(engl. Version: "Compendium Marine Engineering")
Gleß, Thamm: Schiffselektrotechnik, VEB Verlag Technik Berlin