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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.
- Honda outboard motor range "BLASTs" off with improved acceleration. // Ausmarine;Mar2011, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p26
The article focuses on the use of the Boosted Low Speed Torque (BLAST) system in the different models of vessels produced by Honda Australia since it boosts the power and enhances the engine design of the ships.
- 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.
- 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...