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  • Emergency towing procedure

    Ships shall be provided with a ship-specific emergency towing procedure based on equipment available on board...

  • Emergency towing system (ETS), also emergency towing gear

    Equipment used to tow a ship out of danger in emergencies such as complete mechanical breakdowns, loss of power...

  • Emergency towing system of 138,000m3 capacity gas carriers

    In case the vessels need an emergency tow, they are fitted with two sets of equipment for the purpose. They comprise...

  • Emergency towing vessel (ETV)

    Advanced pollution prevention and control ship designed to deal with a wide range of potential maritime incidents.

  • Emission

    Any release of substances subject to control by Annex VI of MARPOL 73/78 from ships into the atmosphere or sea...

  • Emulsion

    A homogeneous dispersion of two immiscible liquids. Oil-in-water emulsion consists of small oil droplets dispersed...

  • Emulsion paints

    Paints in which the binder is dispersed in water. The paints dry as soon as the water evaporates and the emulsified...

  • Enclosed space

    Space bounded by floors, bulkheads and/or decks that may have doors, windows or other similar openings.

  • Energopac

    Wärtsilä and Becker Marine Systems jointly developed the Energopac system. With both the propeller and rudder design...

  • ENERGY BRIDGE concept

    In 2001 Belgian shipowner Exmar and US charterer Excelerate Energy worked together with Korean shipbuilder Daewoo...

  • Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI)

    The CO2 emission index used to evaluate the vessel design. The index compares theoretical CO2 emissions and transport...

  • ENGARD control unit

    A computer system developed by Alfa Laval. The system optimizes the central cooling operations on board a ship...

  • Engine

    A machine for converting heat energy into useful mechanical work. It may be further described with regard to its...

  • Engine margin

    An engine margin, normally 10-15% of its maximum continuous rating (MCR), is recommended in order to lower fuel...

  • Engine room

    The compartment on board a ship that includes the main propulsion machinery as well as the control room, the auxiliary...

  • Engine room arrangement

    To obtain good working conditions in the engine room, it is necessary to investigate its layout from a very beginning...

  • Engine room safety station

    An easily accessible room outside the machinery space with means of closing engine room ventilation, boiler blowers...

  • Engine room ventilation

    Special attention should be paid to the engine room ventilation in order to ensure trouble free operation of all...

  • Engine trials

    Various tests undertaken on main propulsion and auxiliary machinery during sea trials.

  • Engineer

    An officer who is qualified by training and examination to operate and maintain machinery.

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