Medium Speed Diesel Engine for IMO Tier III
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Selective catalytic reduction is the engine industry’s ready-to-fit panacea technology for strict emissions limits like IMO Tier III in Emission Control Areas (ECAs). ABC is vigorously pursuing exhaust gas recirculation as an alternative which, though it requires more design and development work from the manufacturer, enables the engine to remain a single piece of equipment, with all its major systems integral to its architecture.
Customer expectations for engine based systems are clearly set. The engine has to meet the limits set out by a range of emissions legislations, and with the increasing prices of traditional liquid fuels, lowest possible fuel consumption is demanded. But together with these basic requirements, it is also expected that an engine is compact, so that payload is maximised. Furthermore, there is a strong preference that all engine systems are integrated, so that there is no need for separately installed components or aftertreatment on board...
KeywordsSelective Catalytic Reduction Cylinder Head High Cycle Fatigue Brake Mean Effective Pressure Emission Control Area
Brake Mean Effective Pressure
Clean Reliable Innovative Sustainable Two-stage Alternative Line
Emission Control Area
Exhaust Gas Recirculation
Ghent University Combustion Chamber I
High Cycle Fatigue
Heavy Fuel Oil
Intermediate Fuel Oil
International Maritime Organisation
Low Cycle Fatigue
Marine Diesel Oil
Safety of Life at Sea
Variable Valve Timing
Air-to-fuel equivalence ratio or air excess ratio
The authors wish to thank the Flemish agency for Innovation by Science and Technology (IWT Vlaanderen) for financially supporting this work. Many thanks go also to all the people inside, but also outside ABC, who worked on this project. We have seen an enthusiastic team which is motivated and worked with competence to make a successful new D36 engine series.
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