Basic Marine Engineering - Engine Room

Comprehend the basic working principles of a modern engine room
Name all the major machinery parts, components and networks in an engine room
Recognise the automated way a major engine room is run
Identify the major characteristics of the fuel and lubricants used in the engine room

Course Objectives

Present the operational and constructional principles of the marine main engines and the auxiliary machinery
Provide the terminology of the marine mechanology
Offer details of remote controls, automation and engine room operational observation
Explain the basics of fuels and lubricants

Course Modules

Operation description of the vessels propulsion system
Main engine systems
Auxiliary Machinery and Installation
Engine Room Safety Plans
Remote control systems, automations, engine room operations observation systems
Distance, speed, consumption
Deck Machinery
Pumps & Pumping net
Steering System
System Failures

Course Faculty

Extra First Class Engineer; Ministry of Shipping, Government of India Extra First Class is the highest qualification in the field of Marine Engineering.
Member of Court, Planning Board, Executive Council, Academic Council & Board of Affiliation & Recognition (BAR) of IMU.
Member of the Committee of the University of Mumbai for B.Sc. (Nautical Sciences) & B.Sc. (Maritime Sciences) stream.
Member of Board of Studies in Indo-African Studies of the University of Mumbai
External Examiner for University of Mumbai
Fellow of Institute of Marine Engineers (FIMarE), India
Member of Institute of Engineers (MIE), India
Member of Academic Council, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University, Lonere, Dist Raigad (Maharashtra State)
Member of Board of Studies for “Birla Institute of Technology & Science – Tolani Education Foundation”