DIESEL ELECTRIC DUAL FUEL - CF II
The DEDF Cruise Ferry II model is based on a Diesel Electric Dual Fuel engine room configuration from a passenger ship operating on LNG. The model has a multiple installation of the 8L50DF medium speed (four stroke) Dual fuel (LNG) gas and/or Diesel Oil /Heavy Fuel Oil that generates power to a High Voltage Switchboard.
The main object for the simulator is to cover the operation and system understanding of a dual fuel diesel electrical configuration with the engine room systems on-board a Diesel Electric large passenger ship. The simulator includes a propulsion control station, panels and controls relevant for an advanced cruise ship type to enable the realistic simulation of entire engine room operations as well as ship/truck/shore to ship interface and the required checks/operations for bunkering.
The model is developed as a training tool, and can be used in courses that complies with STCW, such as ERM, High Voltage and the IGF code.
When focusing on LNG bunkering, you can train on e.g;
- Connection / disconnection of shore connection (LNG)
- Flow rate control and Purging control
- Emergency Shutdown implementation
- Effects of excess line pressures and resulting actions
COMPLIANT WITH INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS
Kongsberg Digital simulator models exceed requirements in the STCW convention, Regulation 1/12 as well as both basic and advanced training for LNG bunkering operations. It provides a cost-efficient and safe way to build knowledge and test procedures, while fulfilling IMO’s IGF Code and the STCW requirements in addition to being certified and fulfill DNV GL’s standard DNVGL-ST-0033 for Maritime Simulator Systems.
MODEL MAIN SPECIFICATIONS
- Propulsion Plant Integrated Automation System. (Kongsberg IAS) ncl. Alarm and Safety Warning, Power Management and Propulsion Control System, Remote Operation of Pumps, Valves and Compressors
- Electric Power Supply incl.6,6 KV Switchboards and Distribution Centre
- Propulsion System
- Dual Fuel Diesel Generator Sets and Support Systems
- Fuel Oil and Gas supply system for Diesel Generators
- Fuel Oil Bunkering, including Storage and Settling Tanks
- Fuel Oil Separator System
- Lubrication Oil Service System and Separators
- Sea Water Cooling System
- Fresh Water System, incl. Fresh Water Generator and Cooling Syst.
- Emergency Generator
- Steam Generation Plant (Dual Fuel boilers)
- Starting and Service Air System
- Ballast and Bilge Water Systems, including Oily Water Separator
- Stern Tube System
- Steering Gear System
- Onboard LNG storage and Bunkering System
- Shore side mimic for Bunkering: Selection of Barge, Tank and Truck Incl. Fuel Quality, Methane No, Wobbe Index, Density
- LNG Monitor system for bunker operation
- LNG Emergency Shutdown (Gas Trip)
- Gas Heating
- Ventilation Control System in Machinery Space
- Gas- and Fire Detection System
- Water Mist System
- Deck Machinery
- Watch Calling System
- Fin Stabilizer System
- Water Tight Doors
- Grey Water/Sewage Treatment
- Incinerator System
- 3D View Diesel Generators and Bunkerstation
- CCTV Diesel Generators, Bunkerstation and Funnel
Note: Specifications subject to change without any further notice.
INSTRUCTOR CONTROL& ASSESSMENT
Kongsberg Digital Engine Room and Cargo Handling simulators havea state-of-the-art Instructor, Monitoring and Assessment system. In close cooperation with experienced worldwide instructors, the Norwegian Maritime Directorate and DNV GL, Kongsberg Digital has designed and developed a user-friendly and efficient approach that enables instructors to optimize the pedagogical value of exercises for students.
The Instructor can easily configure each Student Station to define what information shall be accessible and visible, including defining which subsystems apply to each station, and indicators that should be viewed. Instructors have access to a unique tool that allows the assessment of students on all levels, from support to management.This allows the Instructor to monitor, and use for assessment, not only alarms, but any of the available variables in the simulation model.
The assessment can be performed during simulations where theInstructor is absent. The instructor has the possibility to print out assessment reports for each individual student reflecting his performance, including pass or fail. The Instructor, Monitoring and Assessment system also has an intuitive and user-friendly feature for Recording and Replay, allowing full debrief after simulator exercises.