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44MW POWER BARGE 

 

 

TYPE:

Barge

DESCRIPTION:

44MW Power Barge

PRICE:

Upon Request

PACKING:

As is, Where is

 

 

44mw power barge


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44 MWMAN Heavy/Light Fuel Oil Power Barge

 

Consist of Four (4) 11,160 KWMAN 18V52/55A Diesel Generator Sets, 450 rpm, 60 HZ (50 Hz**) mounted on a fuel oil barge with all auxiliary equipment.

A complete self sufficient floating power generation station.

Manufacture: MAN

Model: 18V52/55A

Fuel: Heavy Fuel Oil and Light Fuel Oil

Number of Cylinders: 18

Engine Design: Four Stroke Internal Combustion Engine

Output: 13,950 KW

Continues Output: 11,160 KW

Engine Horsepower Rating: 18,990 brake horsepower

RPM: 450 rpm

Piston Design: Trunk Type Piston

Cylinder Bore: 520 MM

Piston Stroke: 550 MM

Piston Speed: 8.25 m/s

Brake Effective Pressure: 17.7 bar

Swept Volume of Cylinder: 117 liters

Turbo Charges: NA/57 exhaust gas powered

Governor: Woodward UG8

Coolant Type: Water

Coolant Capacity: 8,000 liters

Lube Oil Type: SAE 40 / TBN 30 or 40

Lube Oil Capacity: 18,000 liters

Starting Air Pressure: 3,000 kPa

Fuel Consumption: 198 g/KWh Oil Consumption: 21.8 Kg/h

Capacity:

Light Fuel Oil: 217,000 US Gallons

Heavy Fuel Oil: 2,000,000 US Gallons

Fresh Water: 117,000 US Gallons

BallastWater: 840,000 US Gallons

Last Dry Docked: 2004

Classification: Lloyd’s A1 Oil Tanker, FP above 65 degree C when no deck cargo is

carried

Layout Description:

A sub frame structure was constructed 1 meter above the main deck in the machinery section of the barge. The generator sets were installed on elevated beds above the sub frame structure. The generator sets were aligned side by side in two rows. In the machinery section is the control room which houses electrical and the distribution equipment.

Above the control room is the cooling systems, silencers, and exhaust stack, fuel heating system, air conditioning equipment and auxiliary equipment. Forward of the machinery section is a deck house that houses a break room, management office, administration office, support offices and containers that are used for storing spares.

On the forecastle deck there is a windless and mooring bollards. Above the forecastle deck is a machinery deck with cooling equipment, exhaust stacks, waste heat system and other auxiliary equipment.

Cooling System:

Each engine is equipped with an independent water jacket and lube oil circulation system which is controlled by Siemens electric temperature control valves and cooled by seawater cooling with plate heat exchangers. The charging air system via the air side of the turbo charges are cooled by seawater cooling with plate heat exchangers. For heavy fuel operations the fuel injectors are cooled by a nozzle cooling water system.

Lube Oil System

Each main engine lubricating oil system consists of 2 inline filters, a Boll & Kirsch 30 micron automatic filter with 15 micron scavenging system and a MANN 40 micron magnetic pocket element filter.

The engine and turbo charges are also equipped with individual gravity run down tanks for fast shutdown and maintaining lubrication without operation of the pumps. Four (4) Alfa Laval electronically controlled separators continuously clean the lube oil.

Fuel System

Fuel skids are undergoing continues upgrades and one engine is equipped with an Alfa Laval fuel viscosity meter utilizing steam as a heating medium. There is a pneumatic 3 way valve for quick change over from diesel to heavy fuel oil and back. Fuel heaters are Alfa ITT steam plate heaters. Fuel skids are of closed loop design circulating unused fuel back to the skid. Three (3) electronically controlled Alfa Laval Heavy fuel oil separators perform the fuel cleaning.

Starting and Control System

Starting air is 435 psi and instrument and control air is 125 psi provided by skid mounted

compressor system.

Auxiliary Equipment

One (1) Spectrum 400 DSE driven by Detroit Diesel 8V71 engine at 1800 rpm, 60 HZ

One (1) 168 KWDuetz 10 cylinder F10143F driving both an 80 KWDelco AC generator

and a 75 KW KSM DC generator. The Diesel generators sets used for plant services and cold start up.

Waste Heat and Boiler

Waste heat from high temperature exhaust gases (400 degrees C) on the discharge side of the main engine turbo chargers is utilized to heat water in waste heat boilers in the exhaust system. The steam and hot water is used to heat the heavy fuel oil in the oil tanks below deck

Fresh water System

One (1) Alfa Laval fresh water generator with 3.2 gpm capacity, driven by a jacket water system at 60 to 85 degrees C with a vacuum flash type steam.

 

* This barge needs to be overhauled before going into service. We will deliver overhauled which is why there is a delivery lag to allow time.


Please keep this in mind looking at pictures that these are before overhaul.

** Normally we tell people that the big Recips like this cannot be converted to 50 Hz. However, if we are doing major overhaul, we could do this at the same time.

Hours as follows.

Engine Nr.1: 59,727

Engine Nr.2: 51,738

Engine Nr.3: 47,153

Engine Nr.4: 40,155

 

 

 

Specification and photos are not contractual and are subject to verification upon inspection

 

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