Training Onboard Fluid Distribution Systems
The training Onboard Fluid Distribution Systems covers the main (technical) aspects of design and operation of marine auxiliary systems on board of ships. The training is a revision of modules 1 – 3 of Design of Marine Auxiliary Systems.
The training offers a compact overview of fundamental working principles and the design aspects & considerations of most fluid distribution systems on board. The exercises will be done on the second day at the machinery systems simulator of Simwave in Barendrecht. The training will strengthen your competence in design and engineering of onboard fluid distribution systems and its main components.
Main topics of this training include an overview of all relevant aspects of fluid distribution system design: functions, systems, components, layout of systems, pump and pipe flow system characteristics and their interaction. Participants are made aware of the cost implications of design choices, allowing them to make cost effective system designs. The training consists of lectures and practical exercises. During the second day exercises at the machinery system simulator facilities of Simwave will be done.
The training is intended for technical personnel who is involved in designing, engineering and maintaining onboard fluid distribution systems, or match and integrate these systems with other systems and ship design. Salesmen and purchasers with a technical background (HBO / WO) as well as technical managers may also benefit of this module.
30 September, 1 October and 29 October 2020
09.00 – 17.00 hours
Day 1 and 3: Netherlands Maritime Technology (NMT) – Boompjes 40 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Day 2: Simwave – Pesatastraat 7 – 9 in Barendrecht, the Netherlands
Number of participants
Minimum 8 – maximum 8
Members: € 1.650,-
Non-members € 2065,-
Includes all training materials and catering (excluding 21% VAT).
Please contact for more information Laura Brouwer, Training Manager at the NMT office via T +31 (0)88 44 51 014 or E firstname.lastname@example.org.
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