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- PICKLING AN ENGINE. Corke, Mark // Soundings: Real Boats, Real Boaters;Sep2014, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p38
The article offers step-by-step instructions for pickling an outboard ship engine that involves reviving an engine that has drowned.
- ULTIMATE GET-HOME STUNT. Hellyar-Brook, Roger // Soundings: Real Boats, Real Boaters;Sep2014, Vol. 52 Issue 1, p37
The author discusses an incident in which a crew member of a ship that stuck in the Pacific ocean without sufficient battery power, uses sail power and ingenuity to start ship's engine and reports that his friends while cruising carry a spare motor that operates on a wind-up spring mechanism.
- Energy demands that don't rock the boat. Woodyard, Doug // European Power News;Sep98, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p15
Features several fuel burning engines that can generate electric power on ships and offshore production facilities. Includes MAN & B&W Diesel's L16/24 series of high speed generator-set engine; ABB Stal's GT10 gas turbines; Watsila NSD's 12V46 medium speed engine.
- Engine economy. // European Power News;Sep98, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p16
Reports on Perkins and Sabre Engines' introduction of the 4GM and 4TM marine generator-sets which can provide 45.9 KiloVolts-Ampere (kVA) and 93.6kVA respectively.
- Yanmar re-power gives fisherman his 'Mojo' back. // Ausmarine;Mar2011, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p26
The article reports on the use of the Yanmar 6LPA-STZP2 engine to enhance the power of the Mojo 7.2-meter bridge deck plate hull machine boat developed by Australian shipbuilder and ship owner Mark Parkes.
- Gas Inboards: The New V-8s. Banse, Tim // MotorBoating;Mar2004, Vol. 193 Issue 3, p50
Features the Indmar 5.7L LCR and Crusader's Captain's Choice 6.0 V8 gasoline engine for ships. Description of the firmware used in Indmar; Components of Indmar; Features of the Crusader's 6.0; Advantage of isolating Crusader's engine coolant from the raw water.
- LETTERS, ETC. Geer, Dave; Jones, David E.; Texas, Tom; Marinescu, Horia // Professional Boatbuilder;Dec2005/Jan2006, Issue 98, p4
Several letters to the editor in response to articles published in previous issues are presented. Letters are written in response to a discussion on keel and rudder engineering and construction by Eric Sponberg, "Wet Balsa Core," by Rick Strand, and "Ground Faults Revisited," by Ed Sherman.
- KuÄ£a daudzpakÄpju dzenvÄrpstas pÄrnestÄs jaudas mÄ“rÄ«Å¡ana. Cimanskis, Juris; Kokars, Janis // Transport & Engineering;2010, Vol. 34, p23
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- Fighter pilots take laptops on board. // Design News;8/20/90, Vol. 46 Issue 16, p34
The article reports that the U.S. Marine Corps pilots are using 12-lb laptops to program mission data into AV-8B Harrier II computers. Portable 386-based computers allow the Marine Corps to program Harrier missions from just about anywhere. This is important because the aircraft is designed to...