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The Valve Gear Systems Timing Parameters Identification for Marine Diesel Engines Diagnostics / Identyfikacja Parametrów Układów Rozrządu Silników Okrętowych Dla Potrzeb Diagnostyki

Published Online: 04 Dec 2015
Volume & Issue: Volume 33 (2015) - Issue 1 (September 2015)
Page range: 91 - 100
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2083-4608
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Abstract

In the paper results of studies that aim was to develop a diagnostic method for high-speed marine diesel engines are presented. Polish Navy is operating significant number of engines of this type also on board of submarines. Engines of this type do not have indicator valves, which complicates the assessment of combustion process and their technical condition. Polish Naval Academy in Gdynia for years has been developing methods of diagnosing marine internal combustion engines. In recent years, a diagnostic method for high-speed marine diesel engines based on the analysis of envelope of vibration accelerations generated by the valve gear mechanism and fuel system has been developed. Some tests results made on Mercedes-Maybach MB820 engines used on Kobben class submarines are presented in the paper.

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