Marine Electro-Mechanical 5.1

Full Module 5.1

6 days of intensive training on major marine equipment and machineries. We will guide you to better understand system functions and most importantly, to teach you effective and proven step-by-step troubleshooting and repair techniques.

Confidence Boost

After accomplishing this course, impress your superiors that you can be on par or even be better than the rest. With Shuttle Marine's vast global marine ship repair experience in the middle east, we will train you to solve each technical situation you will encounter in the perspective of a service engineer.

Course Fee: 

 ₱25,000.00 

Marine Electro-Mechanical 5.1 Course Outline

First Day

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MARINE ALTERNATOR 

  • Introduction to the Basic Principle of Power Generation
  • Understanding different capacity and application of marine generators (emergency, auxiliary, and shaft generators)
  • Proper adjustments of AVR settings
  • Introduction to all windings and parts involved in power generation
  • Discussion and hands-on activities on proper insulation test procedures of alternator windings.
  • Proper identification of shorted or defective winding wires
  • Discussion and hands-on activities of proper dismantling and servicing of alternator windings
  • Guide to proper testing and replacement procedure of rectifier rings and surge suppressor

Second Day

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SYNCHRONIZATION AND MAIN SWITCHBOARD

  • Introduction and hands-on activities of alternator
  • Synchronization, Load Sharing Units, Governor Motors, and Actuator Motors
  • Understanding the principle and troubleshooting of synchronization system
  • Discuss various types of alternator protection system (reverse power, under-voltage release, shunt trip, over-current and over-under frequency)
  • Understanding power management system
  • Balancing current, kilowatts and power factor
  • Discussion of ACB motor mechanism function and internal interlocking

Third Day

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MARINE REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM

  • Introduction to marine refrigeration and air conditioning system
  • Discussion of refrigerant and lubricant applications and compatibilities
  • Introduction to all components and accessories involved in refrigeration system
  • Discussion of system flow and troubleshooting
  • Introduction t various types and applications of marine compressor (scroll, semi-hermetic, and hermetic)

Fourth Day

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MARINE REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM 

  • Discussion and hands-on activities of compressor change oil procedure
  • Introduction to compressor capacity control function and adjustment
  • Discussion and hands-on activities on compressor parts inspection and overhauling procedure
  • Discussion and hands-on activities on proper refrigerant charging, evacuation and recovery procedure 
  • Discussion of thermostatic expansion valve, step-by-step troubleshooting procedure
  • Introduction to MRAC electrical control systems (power lines, capacity control, stage thermostat, defrost timers, heaters, etc.)

Fifth Day

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HYDRAULIC STEERING AND PNEUMATIC ENGINE CONTROLS

  • Introduction to marine hydraulic and pneumatic system
  • Discussion of various types of components involved (actuators, directional valves, hydraulic pumps, hydraulic motors, quick release and shuttle valves)
  • Discussion and troubleshooting of steering system (non-follow up, follow-up system, feedback units, rudder angle indicators, repeat back amplifier)

Sixth Day

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TRADE TEST

  • Actual action on marine alternator, main switchboard, refrigeration and air conditioning system, hydraulic steering system and pneumatic engine.

Marine Alternator, Synchronization & Load Sharing

Marine ASLS 3.0

21 CPD POINTS. This course will enhance your knowledge, understanding and troubleshooting techniques in handling marine alternators and main switchboards. 

Deeper Knowledge

This training will give you deeper technical knowledge and understanding of Marine Alternator, Synchronization and Load Sharing


Course Fee: 

 ₱15,000.00 

      

Marine Alternator, Synchronization & Load Sharing Course Outline

First Day

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MARINE ALTERNATOR, SYNCHRONIZATION & LOAD SHARING 3.0 

  • Introduction to the Basic Principle of Power Generation
  • Understanding different capacity and application of marine generators (emergency, auxiliary, and shaft generators)
  • Proper adjustments of AVR settings
  • Introduction to all windings and parts involved in power generation
  • Discussion and hands-on activities on proper insulation test procedures of alternator windings.
  • Proper identification of shorted or defective winding wires
  • Discussion and hands-on activities of proper dismantling and servicing of alternator windings
  • Guide to proper testing and replacement procedure of rectifier rings and surge suppressor

Second Day

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MARINE ALTERNATOR, SYNCHRONIZATION AND LOAD SHARING 3.0


  • Introduction and hands-on activities of alternator
  • Synchronization, Load Sharing Units, Governor Motors, and Actuator Motors
  • Understanding the principle and troubleshooting of synchronization system
  • Discuss various types of alternator protection system (reverse power, under-voltage release, shunt trip, over-current and over-under frequency)
  • Understanding power management system
  • Balancing current, kilowatts and power factor
  • Discussion of ACB motor mechanism function and internal interlocking

Third Day

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MARINE ALTERNATOR, SYNCHRONIZATION AND LOAD SHARING 3.0


TRADE TEST 


Marine Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

MRAC 3.0

This course will enhance your knowledge, understanding & trouble shooting techniques in handling marine refrigeration and air conditioning units. 

Principle of Refrigeration Systems and AC Units

This course will guide you to better understand the principle of walk in refrigeration systems (meat, fish, and vegetables), marine E.C.R and main air conditioning units. 

Troubleshooting

The coverage of this course is from the basic principle refrigeration and air conditioning up to the complex troubleshooting. The main focus of this training is the troubleshooting for both electrical and mechanical problems.  


Course Fee: 

 ₱15,000.00 

Marine Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Course Outline

First Day

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MARINE REFRIGERATION AND CONDITIONING 

  • Introduction to marine refrigeration and air conditioning system
  • Discussion of refrigerant and lubricant applications and compatibilities
  • Introduction to all components and accessories involved in refrigeration system
  • Discussion of system flow and troubleshooting
  • Introduction t various types and applications of marine compressor (scroll, semi-hermetic, and hermetic)

Second Day

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MARINE REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING 

  • Discussion and hands-on activities of compressor change oil procedure
  • Introduction to compressor capacity control function and adjustment
  • Discussion and hands-on activities on compressor parts inspection and overhauling procedure
  • Discussion and hands-on activities on proper refrigerant charging, evacuation and recovery procedure 
  • Discussion of thermostatic expansion valve, step-by-step troubleshooting procedure
  • Introduction to MRAC electrical control systems (power lines, capacity control, stage thermostat, defrost timers, heaters, etc.)

Third Day

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MARINE REFRIGERATION AND AIR CONDITIONING


TRADE TEST