Analysis of The Propulsion System Towards The Speed Reduction of Vessels Type PC-43

  IJRES-book-cover  International Journal of Recent Engineering Science (IJRES)  
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Volume-4 Issue-2
Year of Publication : 2017
Authors : Arica dwi susanto, Ahmadi, Okol S Suharyo, Indrajaya Gerianto
DOI : 10.14445/23497157/IJRES-V4I2P107

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Arica dwi susanto, Ahmadi, Okol S Suharyo, Indrajaya Gerianto, "Analysis of The Propulsion System Towards The Speed Reduction of Vessels Type PC-43," International Journal of Recent Engineering Science, vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 28-35, 2017. Crossref,

(PC-43) is an Indonesian navy vessel type limited patrol craft made in Indonesian. The vessel was designed using a steel material with a maximum speed of 27 knots and using engine power by 3 x 1800 HP, T = 1.40 at the empty draft and T = 1.70 at full draft. The speed is decreased in the current conditions by 22 knots at 1.50 meters draft within 1 year after its launching. This fact is very interesting to be used as a paper project by analyzing the effect of changes in vessel’s draft to the resistance and analyze the current installed engine power, This paper carried two methods of calculation, namely: resistance and power calculation numerically along with resistance and power calculation using software maxsurf. The results from the manual calculations of power at T = 1.65 meters in 27 knots, the power needed is BHPscr = 4245.04 HP. From the data of power installed in the vessel, it was stated that the power is 3 x 1800 = 5400 HP, means a mathematical/theoretical speed of 27 knots can be achieved. Thus, the resistance and power is not one of the causes of speed reduction in Vessel Type PC43.

Ship Resistance, Power Boats, Patrol Craft, Sea Trial, Patrol Craft

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