The Initial Design Analysis Of 80 Meters Corvette Ship Propulsion System

  IJETT-book-cover  International Journal of Recent Engineering Science (IJRES)          
  
© 2019 by IJRES Journal
Volume-6 Issue-2
Year of Publication : 2019
Authors : Arica Dwi Susanto
  10.14445/23497157/IJRES-V6I2P101

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MLA Style: Arica Dwi Susanto "The Initial Design Analysis Of 80 Meters Corvette Ship Propulsion System" International Journal of Recent Engineering Science 6.2(2019):1-8. 

APA Style: Arica Dwi Susanto, The Initial Design Analysis Of 80 Meters Corvette Ship Propulsion System. International Journal of Recent Engineering Science, 6(2),1-8.

Abstract
The Indonesian Navy currently has several types of warships. One of which is a type of corvette ship, which is a fully armored ship with a CODOG (Combined Diesel Or Gas Turbine) propulsion system; the current condition is that the age of the ship has already been 20 years; thus, it can not reach maximum speed. In the design of this corvette ship, the stimulation system used the CODAD system (Combine Diesel and Diesel). Diesel is suitable for the development of Indonesian technology today because diesel engine drives have a high efficiency than others. Based on the results of the matching research between engines, propellers, and hull, the speed of the ship was obtained, which was 31.346 knots on 95% BMEP, so the condition was still safe for engines while propellers with 5% BMEP power reserves for terrible weather conditions.

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Keywords
Ship Resistance, Power Boats, Propeller, Ship Propulsion, Engine Propeller Matching.