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  • Exhaust gas turbocharger

    A turbine wheel driven by exhaust gases from the engine rigidly coupled to a centrifugal air compressor.

  • Exhaust gas recirculation (EGR)

    Nitrogen oxides (NOx) emission reduction technique used in a reciprocating internal combustion engine, which involves...

  • Film thickness

    The thickness of the paint or paint system.

  • EXHAUST GAS EMISSIONS FROM SHIPS

    Exhaust gas emissions increasingly become a more stringent topic of public interest in the context of merchant...

  • Film

    Continuous coating made by the application of one or more coats onto the surface. A “wet film” is the one that...

  • Fillet

    A rounded corner created at an inside angle of a structure or casting.

  • Filler metal

    The metal or alloy added in making a welded, brazed, or soldered joint.

  • Field of vision

    Angular size of the scene that can be observed from a position on the ship's bridge.

  • Exhaust gas cleaning system (EGCS)

    Alternative compliance method at least as effective in terms of emission reductions as that required by Regulation...

  • Exhaust gas boiler MISSION™ XW from Aalborg Industries

    A water tube exhaust gas boiler with forced water circulation designed for heat recovery from engine exhaust gas...

  • Exhaust emission

    Any substance which, if introduced into the sea or atmosphere, is liable to create hazards to human health, ecosystems...

  • Examination of the hull structure

    The overall examination is intended to report on the overall condition of the hull structure and determine the...

  • Evaporation

    Change of any liquid into vapour at any temperature below its boiling point. For example, water, when placed in...

  • Field development ship SAIBOS

    Mutli-purpose crane and pipe laying ship SAIBOS is a dynamically positioned vessel designed to meet the requirements...

  • Evacuation

    Evacuation means leaving the ship, also an offshore unit or installation and moving away from the vicinity in an...

  • FERRIES

    The term “ferry” originally described a vessel carrying passengers or cargo on short trips across rivers or harbours...

  • Ethanol fuel

    Alcohol-based fuel made by fermenting and distilling sugar cane or starch crops such as corn. It can also be made...

  • Essential services

    The electricity supply to services required for navigation, propulsion and the safety of life.

  • Essential equipment

    All equipment necessary to ensure propulsion and steerability of the ship, safety of passengers and crew, cargo...

  • Escort

    Attending a vessel, to be available in case of need, e.g. icebreaker, tug, etc.

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