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H881 - Azipod® V technical training

This course provides a deeper understanding of the Azipod propulsion systems, and how to operate, maintain and troubleshoot the system components.

Learning objectives

Upon completion of this course the participants will be able to:

  • Describe the functions of the different Azipod V* sub-systems and how they interact.
  • Understand the importance of correct maintenance.
  • Understand the monitoring possibilities and how to troubleshoot the discussed systems.
  • Perform adjustments on critical system components e.g. hydraulic steering gear pump and EMRI servo unit.

*Previously called “Large Azipod“

Contents

  • Safety procedures while working on the Azipod.
  • Terminology and evolution of Azipod propulsion.
  • Basics of Azipod hydrodynamics.
  • Sub-systems, maintenance and conditioning monitoring.
  • Power, liquid and data transmission system.
  • Encoder signal fault tracing.
  • Hydraulic steering gear.
  • Hydraulic pump settings and monitoring (inner control loop).
  • The servo unit settings.
  • Steering angle feedback assembly and adjustment (outer control loop).
  • Remote control vs. local control.
  • Review of Azipod unit space safety.
  • Azipod vessel operation basic.

Methods 

  • Lectures and demonstrations.
  • Workshop exercises with demo equipment.
  • Visits to machine factory and Azipod propulsion unit assembly factory.

Course outline

General Information

Duration: 5 days
Venue: Helsinki
Prerequisites:

Marine power plant basic for technical staff in ABB propulsion and Azipod space safety or similar knowledge is advisable

Additional information: Minimum 6, maximum 8 participants
On-site training on request
Student profile:

Marine engineers and electrotechnical personnel at operational and management level

Download:  Course description as a pdf

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