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Thanks for the reply. Nothing has changed besides operating with seawater temps at 17-18 degrees Celsius to operating in fresh water with higher temps. Poor design for this area. Just was thinking with the addition of extra plates we would get more cooling.
Yeah. Flow is good. Pressures good. The ship was designed for deep sea and is now sailing inland waters. Wasn't sure if anyone has had the experience of adding plates and if this made a difference.
Just wondering if anyone has ever added extra plates to have greater cooling? Currently sailing the Great Lakes area and having cooling troubles. 2 aux generators and main engine are cooled by same common system causing some issues when running engine and generators at the same time. Before ordering...
- Tue Nov 18, 2014 11:11 am
- Forum: Available Positions
- Topic: Ass. Technical Section Leader for Seadrill offshore NF
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