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Microprocessor Application on Board Ships

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3 Author(s)
Paul Fredriksen ; Division for Marine Technology, Det norske Veritas, Olo, Norway. ; Leif Tonning ; Qystein Andersen

Through participation in several research projects concerned with the application of computers on board ships, the R & D department in Det norske Veritas has played a major part in the development of 4 different types of microprocessor units suitable for installation on board ships. These are: Condition monitoring unit for diesel engines; condition monitoring unit for mechanical conditions in steam power plants; condition monitoring unit for thermodynamic conditions in steam power plants; and condition monitoring unit for dynamic loads in the ships' hull. All four units may generally be classified as minicomputer replacements. The applications are presented with a description of history, function, type of sensors, complexity of hardware/software, and experience obtained. Future aspects of microprocessor applications on board ships will also be discussed

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IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics and Control Instrumentation  (Volume:IECI-22 ,  Issue: 3 )