Electronics

Gain knowledge of maritime electronic systems, including navigation equipment and communication devices.
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This short course will take you through an introduction and overview of the FarSounder Argos 3D Forward Looking Sonar (3D-FLS) navigation products.

Electronics
10 minutes
Avg. rating 4.5

Batteries are a fundamental part of our society. Batteries are used to start your car, power your watch, laptop, smartphone, emergency lighting, start emergency generators and much more!

How do batteries function? Why are there so many different types? Also, why have they found widespread application in everything from wristwatches to power stations?

Engineering
2 hours and 33 minutes
Avg. rating 4.7

This course explains the usages of the magnetic compass, adequate course adjustments, and bearings on a sailboat.

Navigation
17 minutes
Avg. rating 4.6

Discover the critical role of batteries in maritime engineering, where Lead-Acid and Lithium-Ion technologies are pivotal for optimising power on vessels. These batteries, with distinct advantages and applications, ensure efficient energy usage and support various onboard systems. Explore the central importance of Battery Management Systems (BMS) in monitoring, balancing, and securing safe battery operation. Delve into the integration of batteries in maritime systems, addressing maintenance practices and adherence to international regulations.

Electrics and Power Systems
1 hour and 0 minutes
Avg. rating 4.0

Control valves are integral components within the maritime control systems of ships, contributing significantly to the safe and efficient operation of various marine systems. These valves, including Globe Valves, Butterfly Valves and Ball Valves, play a crucial role in regulating fluid flow, pressure and temperature. Their precise control capabilities are vital for maintaining optimal conditions, enhancing operational efficiency and ensuring the safety of both the vessel and its crew.

Engineering
21 minutes
Avg. rating 0.0

In the maritime industry, pumps are vital for diverse ship functions, ensuring fluid circulation and system efficiency. Centrifugal pumps, widely used for their reliability, play key roles in cooling, ballast transfer and bilge pumping. The merchant navy relies on these pumps for propulsion, power generation and auxiliary machinery, ensuring overall vessel safety and functionality. Understanding centrifugal pump types, applications and maintenance principles is essential for maintaining optimal performance and safeguarding the complex systems of maritime operations.

Engineering
37 minutes
Avg. rating 4.5