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Keeping the main engine in peak operating condition is indispensable for safe operation.
The main engines were at the end of their useful life and the Alaska Marine Highway System opted for replacing them, along with replacing or upgrading drive train components and auxiliary systems where it made economic sense, he says.
The WE Drive also ensures 1 MW boost power directly to the propeller shaft to support the main engine when required, thus enabling a low-load optimized main engine" he continues.
Reduction of CO2 emissions even at low speeds - The combination of a turbocharger that can operate at high efficiency even at low rpm and an electronically-controlled main engine reduces CO2 emissions even during a low-speed voyage.
In a volume published for the American Astronomical Society (AAS), the principal engineer for the Space Shuttle Main Engine (SSME) project, who directed the engine tests from 1975-1985, presents an illustrated history of the development of this pivotal component of the US space program.
Everywhere, goose bumps,'' said Curtis Dakolios, project manager for Space Shuttle Main Engine strategic planning, shortly after the launch at 7:39 a.
The company's Maryland received two Wartsila 9L20 main engines and began operations in February.
It is powered by a 3-phase alternator fitted to the main engine, mounted within the main engine compartment and belt-driven from the crankshaft.