Podaci o VU Početna stranica Arhiva nastavnih programa Arhiva ak. kalendara
 Reliability of Marine Power Plants
 Abbreviation: PBES Load: 30(L) + 15(E) + 0(LE) + 0(CE) + 0(PEE) + 0(FE) + 0(S) + 0(DE) + 0(P) + 0(FLE) + 0()
 Lecturers in charge: doc. dr. sc. Nikola Vladimir Lecturers: dr. sc. Ivica Ančić ( Exercises, Lectures ) Course description: Course objectives: Introduction with methodology of reliability characteristics determination and application of reliability criterion into design and maintenance of marine power plants.Enrolment requirements and required entry competences for the course: Attended courses of 5th semester of mechanical engineering or naval architecture.Student responsibilities: Regular attendance at lectures and exercises.Grading and evaluation of student work over the course of instruction and at a final exam: 30% assigned task, 70% written and oral exam.Methods of monitoring quality that ensure acquisition of exit competences: Oral exam of basic knowledge in statistics, thermodynamics and mechanical engineering.Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to (learning outcomes): Application of basic knowledge in reliability of technical systems in solving simpler problems in marine engineering. Definition of basic characteristics of element and system reliability in marine power plant. Analysis and evaluation of reliability of different types of systems. Analysis and evaluation of marine energy systems reliability, availability and maintainability (RAM). Design of system for monitoring and statistical analysis of RAM characteristic of marine energy system.Lectures 1. Terms, definitions into reliability theory and practice.2. Distribution of the random variable, analyse and choise of distribution.3. Reliability characteristics of repairable and unrepairable systems.4. Maintainability and availability characteristics of system.5. Functional analysis of marine power system.6. Models of functional conections of marine power system elements.7. Analysis of kinds and effects of failures.8. Mathematical models for serial systems RAM characteristics determination.9. Mathematical models for paralel systems RAM characteristics determination.10. Mathematical models for standby redundant systems RAM characteristics determination.11. Input data for RAM characteristics estimate.12. Integral system for RAM characteristics analysis and observation.13. Application of reliability criterion into marine power plant design.14. Application of reliability criterion into marine power plant maintenance.15. Development of classification society rules on the basis of marine power plants RAM characteristics.Exercises 1. Definition of project task.2. Definition of system boundary.3. Functional conections model making.4. Functional conections model making.5. Reliability block diagram making.6. Analysis of kinds and effects of failures.7. Analysis of kinds and effects of failures.8. Input data formating.9. Input data formating.10. Reliability characteristics estimate.11. Reliability characteristics estimate.12. Maintainability characteristics estimate.13. Availability characteristics estimate.14. Availability characteristics estimate.15. Finished and delivered exercise paper, preliminary exam.
 Lecture languages: en, hr
 Compulsory literature: 1. Rao,S.S. Reliability Based Design, McGraw-Hill, New York, 1992. 2. Rausand,M. Introduction to Reliability Engineering, Risk and Reliability in Marine Technology, C. Guedes Soares (editor), Brookfield, Rotterdam, 1998. 3. ISO 10303: 2000(WD, N938), Part 226: Application Protocol: Ship Mechanical Systems, 2000.
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 Legend L - Lectures FLE - Practical foreign language exercises - E - Exercises LE - Laboratory exercises CE - Project laboratory PEE - Physical education excercises FE - Field exercises S - Seminar DE - Design exercises P - Practicum * - Not graded
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