二サイクル舶用低速ディーゼル機関の諸元解析 -開発実績に見る機関代表寸法のコンパクト化の分析- [in Japanese] Analysis of Principal Particulars of Two-Stroke, Low-Speed Marine Diesel Engines -Compactification Analysis of Principal Engine Dimensions Shown in the Past Development Records- [in Japanese]
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When engines are newly developed, making them light and compact, while ensuring necessary performance and reliability, appeals to both users and engine manufacturers and is a permanently important subject which is required of engine designers at every time. The authors analyzed factors which contributed to making two-stroke, low-speed marine diesel engines light and compact, taking the relation with engine output into consideration, and clarified that there were two kinds of factors, i.e. particular relating factors and structural improvement relating factors. In addition, the authors analyzed the levels of the influence of these factors concretely and quantitatively, picking up some developed engines as examples, and published the results of analyses by the journal of M.E.S.J.<BR>Following the above, the authors analyzed processes through which the compactification of principal dimensions of engines already developed by various engine manufacturers had been promoted at every development work and present levels to which the compactification of engines attained by using evaluation indexes the authors proposed. This paper is shown to designers as reference material for them when they newly develop engines in the future.
- Marine Engineering
Marine Engineering 33(1), 5-13, 1998-01-01
The Japan Institute of Marine Engineering