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  • Genset Performs Well In Shock Tests The first of Allison Gas Turbine's new generator sets has been shipped to Bath Iron Works, Bath, Maine, for installation in the lead ship of the U.S. Navy's Arleigh Burke (DDG-51) Class destroyers. The model AG9130 ship service gas turbine generator will provide all shipboard electrical power on the new destroyers.

    The generator set is a result of a design and production contract with Bath Iron Works. The U.S. Navy contracted with Bath Iron Works in 1985 to design and construct the lead ship in the Arleigh Burke Class.

    Allison and Bath have an agreement for the generator sets for the follow ships.

    The shipment to BIW follows the successful completion of qualification tests on the generator set. One of the most stringent, the shock test, was passed in June 1988.

    The generator set was subjected to 60 pound dynamite charges at four different ranges during float barge testing in an abandoned Virginia quarry. "There was no damage at all. No rework or redesign was necessary. That's very unusual for this type of equipment," said A1 Wells, manager of marine sales at Allison.

    The generator set incorporates a redesigned Allison engine capable of producing up to 3,000 kilowatts of electrical power on a 100-degree day with 12 percent improved fuel economy.

    The AG9130 generator sets are powered by Allison 501-K34 engines, a marine deriative of the U.S.

    Navv's T56-A-427 turboprop en- gine. The T56 has been in production since the 1950s. The 501-K34 is the fourth generation version of this engine.

    Allison Gas Turbine is division of General Motors and is based in Indianapolis, Ind.

    For free literature detailing the marine gas turbines from Allison Gas Turbine, Circle 96 on Reader Service Card

  • The Allison Gas Turbine Division of General Motors has extended its product improvement efforts to the 501-KF and 570-KF marine gas turbine engines for increased reliability and maintainability of these highpower density, simple-cycle units. 501-KF The 501-KF engine is successfully used in the

  • or amphibious forces. Stewart & Stevenson has also received a $3,150,000 follow-on contract from the Navy to provide three 2,000-kw Detroit Diesel Allison gas turbine generator sets for the new Spruance-class destroyer. Stewart & Stevenson has provided the generator sets on all Spruance-class destroyers

  • The U.S. Navy has selected a team composed of The Garrett Corporation's AiResearch Manufacturing Company, Allison Gas Turbine Engine Division of General Motors, and Rolls Royce for the conceptual design of an intercooled and regenerated advanced technology gas turbine engine for propelling the Navy's

  • field service equipment, emergency standby power units for all industries, electrical and pneumatic ground support units for commercial airlines, Allison gas turbines and automatic transmissions, Pow-R-Quik air starting motors for all makes of engines, irrigation systems, specially "packaged" commercial

  • and innovative designer of airplanes and fast patrol craft. The H-3 (shown above) is a water jet, three-engine vessel powered by Detroit Diesel Allison gas turbine engines driving water jets supplied by KaMeWa AB of Sweden, through Cincinnati Gear Company's epicyclic reduction gears. The patrol

  • Diesel and Gas Turbine) arrangement, which couples the 6,000-shp LM500 with two 2,700-bhp MTU 16V396 diesel engines driving three propellers. The Allison Gas Turbines Division of GM is another large supplier of marine gas turbine engines to international navies. Allison 570-KF marine gas turbines

  • the engine business, he has held a number of service, parts, and marketing positions with Ford Motor Company, Perkins Engines, Inc., Detroit Diesel Allison Division of General Motors, and Isuzu Motors Ltd., as well as Waukesha. Waukesha Engine is a manufacturer of heavy-duty diesel and gas engines

  • pump 10,000 gallons of foam." The Point 'T\ whose overall dimensions are 150 feet by 36 feet by 14 feet, is powered by two GM Detroit Diesel Allison 16V-149NA diesel engines developing 900 bhp each at 1,800 rpm. She has a cargo capacity of 275 long tons and has 2,200 square feet of cargo space

  • Harold L. Smith Jr. has been named general manager of the Detroit Diesel Allison Division, General Motors Corporation; he is also a GM vice president. Mr. Smith replaces Donald J. Atwood, who has been appointed group executive in charge of GM's Electrical Components Group. Mr. Smith joined General

  • sets that the group engineers, packages, and distributes. The companies comprising the Penske Group are Penske GM Power, Inc.; Penske Detroit Diesel Allison, Inc.; and Penske Power System, Inc. As an authorized distributor and packager of GM Detroit Diesel engines, Penske offers a complete line of

  • Johnson & Towers, Inc., diesel power specialist with operations in Mount Laurel, N.J. and Baltimore, Md., has been selected by Detroit Diesel Allison and John Deere in their joint "New Force" program to distribute the John Deere 14-model line of four-cycle (50-250 hp) diesel engines, according

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    PROPULSION that when you lift the soundproof cowl, everything is easily accessible. CIMCO also designed a similar mounting pat- tern as a Yamaha 200hp outboard; the prop uses the same spline and shaft. As Pim Polesie, the Chief Marketing Credit: OXE Of? cer for Cimco, explained, “The ap- proach was to

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    INSIGHTS our customers will only be happy if they can use the engine The CXO300 is said to have a 100% higher peak torque at the crankshaft than the leading gasoline 300hp out- to go out to sea reliably. We have put in place stringent cus- boards, which enables the craft to move more weight tomer service

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    board companies were not able to de- gap in the market for a diesel, high Safety was a big issue for military operators when deploying gaso- sign a more durable engine, but the power to weight, performance out- line outboards. Were military pa- truth is that they simply haven’t tried to board. With NATO

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    INSIGHTS outboard. This difference is ampli? ed when looking below the engine or because the drives are permanently in the water. the mid-range rpm. The increased low-end torque will push The Navy on the other hand, will be able to deploy missions heavy loaded hulls through rough waters with less

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    P PRODUCTS MARINE ELECTRONICS NEW MT 603 Series Radio Holland: Water-Activated GPS EPIRB NavCom Package for The MT603FG Two Cutter Suction Dredgers water-activated, Radio Holland Netherlands (Rotterdam) recent- GPS-equipped ly booked an order to deliver a NavCom pack- Emergency Position age to two

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    T TECH REPORT MARINE FUELS “The feasibility report showed that it could be done, but we wanted to prove it. When looking at the business side [of the com- pany], we saw a really big demand for hydrogen fuel cell vessels” Dr. Joseph Pratt, CEO & CTO of Golden Gate Zero Emission Ma- rine (GGZM), a

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    T TECH REPORT MARINE FUELS Hydrogen: The Next Big Thing? By Joseph DiRenzo, PE Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technology to leading voice in the ? eld is Dr. Joseph gers in the Bay Area. cap and trade program aimed at reducing Satisfy Future IMO Requirements Pratt, CEO and CTO of Golden Gate According to Dr.

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    MarTID 2019: the second annual maritime training insights database OPINIONS ON AUTONOMY in marine fuel from 3.5 to 0.5% by 2020, and long- term the proposal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions While technology behind the advent of autonomous operations is ubiquitous 50% by 2050. On the commercial side

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    world yearbook system includes the underlying owners, vessel opera- ates around 700 vessels at any one time”. Oldendorff tors (sometimes called “freight merchants”) and major Carriers estimated that its controlled ? eet (owned and charterers. On the tanker side, brokers Poten compiles chartered) stood

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    world yearbook BY COURT SMITH, SENIOR ANALYST, VESSELS VALUE Infrastructure continues to expand, carriers has increased over the past the spectrum and pulling spot rates sition in US based LNG projects has and pricing incentives will continue several years. More than 60 countries upwards. ignited a

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    2019 sunshine in their bottom lines. They may get their wish. mented the market for towboats is. By comparison, the to drive up production costs by 2%-3% annually. This In fact, as much as 41 percent – a whopping 17,596 Harbor/Escort market is dominated by two companies, in turn will have a negative

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    the days following January 1, 2020. The measure that would bring about an even stones to consider. In 2023, the IMO will begins to look out to 2030, and then to IEA, in its report, comments, “The quan- tougher 0.1% marine fuels sulfur limit in be implementing a Revised Strategy on still more distant

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    I INSIGHTS: RENEWABLE ENERGY Tom Ewing Tom Ewing is a freelance writer specializing in energy and environmental topics. He has been a regular contributor to New Wave Media publications for the past two years. He has extensive experience working on legislative and public policy issues, both at the state

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    I INSIGHTS: RENEWABLE ENERGY ment grants. This is especially true in the The Jones Act & OSW Wind project in Rhode Island, the ? rst aboard OSW support vessels. (This will cases of Maryland and Massachusetts. For the most part, we have found the commercial offshore wind farm in the be addressed in

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  • MT Jun-19#59 latest high-performance pilot’s aid.  All  including)
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    latest high-performance pilot’s aid. All including positioning, stabilization and our devices are based on our patented navigation. The business is a joint ven- Watch it on MTR TV! vibrating ring design which means they ture, owned by Collins Aerospace and MTR TV spoke with Andy Hughes, can deliver

  • MT Jun-19#58 Products GPS, Gyro, MEMS, Tracking
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    Products GPS, Gyro, MEMS, Tracking Silicon Sensing’s All-Silicon Gyro In trials of its latest pilot’s aid, the ment that the CRH02 consistently deliv- maneuvering naval vessels to a preci- ADX XR, AD Navigation AS has used ered allowed the ADX XR to maintain a sion of only a few centimeters. Size and

  • MT Jun-19#57 The Marine Institute’s Centre for Marine Simulation offers)
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    The Marine Institute’s Centre for Marine Simulation offers high-? delity, state-of-the-art technol- ogy, 360-degree visuals, and motion systems. The Centre can replicate specialized oil and gas operations including anchor handling on the Hibernia Offshore Operations Simulator. programs that range from

  • MT Jun-19#49 “Continuous on-site monitoring of these activities is)
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    “Continuous on-site monitoring of these activities is essential. But, Just now, (sample) analysis has to be done in a laboratory onshore. This means a delay in sampling and it’s impossible to do continuous monitoring. We looked at the lab-on-a-chip (micro? uidic analysis) and how to embed this into the

  • MT Jun-19#31 LeeWay Odyssey transits to Bedford, Nova Scotia to test)
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    LeeWay Odyssey transits to Bedford, Nova Scotia to test the Kraken Kat? sh. survey market. management. Strap a LARS on the port The actual problem, based on the anal- and starboard decks, launch a few USVs UNDERWATER UNDERWATER ysis we’ve done, is that robotics alone and increase your ef? ciency by

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    T e game has changed Of shore Survey Vessels are Ready for Faster Sensors By Jamie Sangster, CEO, LeeWay Marine n 2009 I wrote a thesis on the use of unmanned sys- are increasingly con? dent in the data harvested by these ma- tems for defense applications. At that time, the three chines. I watched

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    tons, or from 20m-long, 4m-wide and these nodes, as well as local navigation 3m-high to about 50m-long, 7m-wide or 3D positioning via USBL modems. and 3m-high, with power consumption These are being developed under a sub- dependent on the payload and propul- project called NaviMUM by EvoLog- HQTXLULHV#EO