The concept of aggregation of marine equipment
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The concept of aggregation of marine equipment

18.10.2018

The concept of aggregation of marine equipment. Regarding the creation of such equipment structures, when mechanisms, apparatus and devices that work together and are closely interconnected according to the nature of their operation, are assembled into one equipment and mounted on a common base frame or frame. The main condition for aggregation is high shop readiness of the i the possibility of assembling steep knots and carrying out bench tests in the workshop before loading the equipment onto the ship and the inadmissibility of any additional checks and adjustments when preparing it for work after installation has completed.

The concept of aggregation of marine equipment

The ship equipment can be divided into three main stages: design of the unit in the design office, manufacture of parts and units of the unit, their complete assembly, end tests a MOLutOCTI, manufacturer’s ax; sending the assembly to the shipbuilding plant, loading onto the ship, reopening and mounting on the ship foundation without additional disassembling and centering. At the same time, the plant canning must be done so that its removal does not require disassembling the mechanism before testing it Switching to aggregate design e  is contrary to the requirements imposed on the design of ship machinery, since the arrangement of the assemblies of the mechanism on one foundation frame or in one package meets the requirements! About economical use of the space of the ship room, reducing the mass of the unit is achieved by reducing the length of the pipelines. The requirements for ease of maintenance and the ability to automate control are more fully met when aggregating mechanisms than when placing the of the same mechanisms in the compartment on different foundations, the use of aggregation of mechanisms significantly reduces the amount and time required for assembly work on board. the need for partial assembly and alignment of mechanisms among themselves. In addition, the period of testing the scales and mechanisms on the ship is significantly shortened, since, if the basic principles of aggregation are observed, factory tests can be abandoned, and the mooring tests drastically cut. Thus, the use of can not only reduce the amount of shipboard installation work, but also significantly speed up the process of testing ships.