well yeah, that is pretty small. Big ships have engines bigger than 3 stories. For example the Sulzer 9RND105 has tie rods 77 feet long, they secure the entablature to the sole plate. Above the entablature, of course, are the heads, and below the sole plate, the sump.......and it's a 3=day job to check them all! That's what it took us, anyway, 1 day to slack off all the crankshaft bolts, one day to check and retighten tie rods and the third to retighten the crankshaft bolts. Not easy to find 3 down days on an operational cargo ship. You could put 9 Civics in that crankcase and STILL turn the engine!
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