Marine fuels training | Marine training course

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Enroll in this course and acquire the essential knowledge on marine fuels, including their composition, properties, analysis characterization, on-board fuel storage and handling. A practical part is included in which specific issues associated with the marine fuel quality and the contaminants – catalyst fines are discussed. The course is organized with the cooperation of experts from the National Technical University of Athens, Greece. 

Our team remains available to provide you with any further information you may need. Contact us by writing to global.marinetraining@rina.org.

Duration: 1 day 

Price: EUR 300,00 (plus VAT) per attendee

To provide participants with a basic knowledge on marine fuels, including their composition, properties, analysis characterization, on-board fuel storage and handling, as well as possible problems and accident dangers. 

- Introduction to marine fuels.

- Existing and forthcoming emission regulations. 

- Crude oil composition. Refinery processes. Distillate and residual marine fuels. Composition of marine Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO). Biofuels 

- Thermophysical properties of marine fuels: contaminants - catalyst fines, requirements for distillate and residual marine fuel properties - ISO 8217, fuel stability and compatibility - sludge formation 

- Fuel sampling and analysis: characterization of fuel quality - standard measurements, additional tests, onboard fuel storage and handling: fuel tanks, centrifuge, pumps and filters, fuel heating

- Essentials of marine Diesel engines and boilers. 

- Problems associated with marine fuel quality and contaminants catalyst fines. 

- Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG). Essentials of dual fuel marine engines.

 

Superintendent Engineers, Chief Engineers, Ship crewmembers and a wide audience of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers. 

RINA Attendance Certificate.