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    Reeds Vol 16: Electrical Power Systems for Marine Engineers

    £45.00
    Within the marine and offshore industry, there is a clear and growing need for increased training and education on the use of electrical power systems. The number of electrical plant and appliances now in service has grown at an alarming rate in recent years, as has the amount of electrical power generated and utilised on board.

    Programmable Logic Controllers and Applications for Marine Engineers and ETOs

    £75.00
    This handbook provides extensive practical information relating to PLC-based appliances that are part of, or associated with, modern marine automation. Using this book as a step-by-step guide will enable you to develop familiarity with the systems and to practise and refine your troubleshooting knowledge and fault finding skills.

    Practical Variable Speed Drives and Power Electronics

    £48.99
    Typical practical applications of VSDs in process control and materials handling, such as those for pumping, ventilation, conveyers, compressors and hoists are covered in detail.

    Reeds Vol 06: Basic Electrotechnology, 5th edition

    £40.00
    This new edition has been thoroughly updated in line with guidelines, best practice and the many technological developments that have taken place over the past 5 years since the previous edition published, as well as improvements and updates to the technical diagrams.

    Reeds Vol 07: Advanced Electrotechnology for Marine Engineers

    £55.00
    This book is a companion to Reeds Vol. 6: Basic Electrotechnology for Marine Engineers and covers aspects of theory beyond the scope of Volume 6.

    Ship Electric Energy Systems: Design & Operations Principles

    £25.00
    This book is intended to be a reference guide for those engineers and students engaged in the design and operation of ship electric energy systems especially considering its predominant role in efficiency, emissions and fuel consumption.