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Main Operating Panel

ME Engine control system - Engine operation (July 2009) © MAN


ME Engine control system - Engine operation (July 2009) © MANDiesel
Diesel 2009/07/01
2009/07/01 <1>
MOP
Introduce

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Main Operating Panel - MOP

▣ MOP : Main Operating Panel


Main Information Interface System between Operator and ME
Engine

▣ MOP function : Engine Alarm & Status check, Engine Operation,


Cylinder Load & Pressure control, Auxiliaries System control, Engine
Maintenance

▶ MOP main components


- Touch-Screen PC(2EA)

MOP A MOP B Keyboard(2EA)


-- Pointer Device(2EA)
- All components are approved for Marine
application
KEYBOAR POINTER
D DEVICE

- MOP A & B in E.C.R


-
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MOP Software Scope of
Supply
▣ MOP Software
1) Operating System : Embedded Version of Windows XP
- preinstalled by a MOP supplier
2) Engine Control System(Install program) : MOP Set-up applications
- check a software version
3) Service Parameter : Up Load Parameter to MOP
- using MPC Archive / Update Tool(Arcedit)

- Operating System - Engine Control - Service Parameter -


- System-
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Engine Operation

Going through all screens:


 Alarms…
 Engine:
 Auxiliaries…

 Maintenance…
 Admin…

ME Engine control system - Engine operation (July 2009) © MAN Diesel 2009/07/01 <5>
Engine Interface Control Unit - EICU

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MANEUVERING HANDLE
Engine Control Unit -
ECU

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Engine Control Unit -
ECU

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Engine:
Status

ME Engine control system - Engine operation (July 2009) © MAN Diesel 2009/07/01 < 10
Engine:
Status
Engine Control Unit -
ECU

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MOP
Overview
Alarm Status
Bar

Main View

Navigation
Bar

Tool
Bar Power Off
Operator
level

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MOP
Overview

3
2

BADOI Operator level


T
Operator level
4 -Not allowed to set any parameters
Chief level
-Privilege to set parameters

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1. Alarms
Display
1.1 Alarm
List Number of non-
1 2 acknowledged alarms
3 Number of active
alarms
Number of Manual
Cut-out alarms
Number of invalidated
channels
The
latest 1. Description(Alarm Text)
1) Cancellable : pre-
alar warning
m
2) Non-cancellable :
immediately
2. ID
3) Unique alarm identity
4) Ref. & Reporting

3. Status

Alarm Alarm - Normal/Alarm/Low/High/


4 Not available/Auto cut-out/
acknowledge Cut Out
Manual cut-out
4. Info
1) Alarm information

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1. Alarms
Display
1.1 Alarm
List

1. Info
the engineer is able to start
troubleshooting on this particular alarm.
(The detailed alarm explanation is
removed by pressing the same “Info”
button).

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1. Alarms
Display
1.2 Event
Log
1 ▶ Mco : Manual Cut-Out or
2 not
▶ Aco : Automatic Cut-Out
▶ Ack : Acknowledged
▶ Save : 1 million Event Log

The
latest 1. ID: Unit_Tag
- unique event
alar identity
m
2. Status
- Normal or
Alarm

Filte
r

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1. Alarms
Display
1.2 Event
Log

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1. Alarms
Display
1.2 Event
Log

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1. Alarms
Display
1.2 Event
Log

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1. Alarms
Display
1.3 Manual Cut-Out
List

▶ Manual Cut-out
1)If sensor fails, it continuously give an
alarm. But, Operator can’t replace a
related item immediately.
So, Operator can be forced to cutout
alarm signal in order to make normal
condition.
2)Choice alarm signal on Alarm List &
Channel List(next page)
3)Reactive button put back into active
alarm.

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1. Alarms
Display
1.4 Channel
List
▶ Channel List
- The channel list screen contains status
information of all alarm channels within
the ECS, no matter the status of the
individual alarm channel. As default,
the alarm channels are listed in tag-name
alphabetic order. From the channel list
screen, it is possible to cut out (and
re-activate) alarm channels.

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2. Engine
Display
2.1
Operation 1. Main State
1) Top Field : Standby / FWE
1 2) Middle : Blank / Engine not blocked /
Algorith Fuel
m limiter Engine not ready
3) Bottom : Blank / Increased Limiter /
2 Start Blocked / Shut down

2. Governor Mode
: RPM / Torque / Index mode

3. Prepare Start
: Prelube and Aux Blower start

4. Manoeuvering Handle
Auto/ Running/ Auto/ Startin 1) Slow Turn : Only Slow turning, no fuel
Manual Manua g/
Stopped/ l Running 2) Auto : Slow Turn – Main Starting Air –
Prelub
e/
/
Stoppe 3 4 Fuel
LCD on d/
Failed 3) Air run : Air starting

Stopped/Running/Repeated Start/Slow Turn Failed/Start Failed

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2. Engine
Display
2.1
Operation

1. Governor Mode
1) RPM Control
- the most rigid speed control, leading
to large fuel index variations

2) Torque Control
- dampened speed control, without
large index variations, but allowing
large speed variations

3) Index Control
- test mode where the index is kept
constant as long as the speed is with
1 a preset range

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2. Engine
Display
2.2
Status
▶ Status
1) FWE / Standby conditions check
2) The engine status screen provides
extended engine information specifically
for use when changing the status of the
engine, i.e. in the process from FWE to
standby state or vice versa.

▶ Pneumatic Diagram
- the information described above
the screen contains a simplified
diagram
of the pneumatic starting and control
air system. The diagram is intended to
indicate the functionality of the system.

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2. Engine
Display
2.2
Status

▶ HPS in Auto
mode
▶ 200Bar↑

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2. Engine
Display
2.2
Status
▶ Details
- Pressing this button will display the
individual readings of the Start Air,
Control Air and Crank Shaft sensors.

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2. Engine
Display
2.2
Status

▶ Valve Test
PUS - The pilot valves A, B and Slow Turning,
H
can and must be activated to test that
the main starting valve and the slow
turning valve open and the tightness of
the starting air valves in the cylinders.

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2. Engine
Display
2.3 Process
Information

1. Light blue background


2 1) Set points or estimates

1
2. Dark blue background
1) actual measurement

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2. Engine
Display
2.3 Process
Information 1. Governor / Index Limeter
1) Start :
- Pre defined index for starting
2) Chief :
- Max fuel set by C/E, for individual or
1 all cylinders
3) Scav. Air pressure :
▶ Starting
- A certain Pscav allows a certain
▶ MCR index
15%
4) Torque :
- A certain RPM allows a certain index
5) Hyd. Power Supply :

▶ Speed ramp up/down 3rpm/sec.


- A certain hydraulic Pressure allows
▶ 80~90% RPM in 30 min, 90~100% RPM in 60 a certain index
min

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2. Engine
Display
2.4 Process Adjustment(Auto
Tuning)

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2. Engine
Display
2.4 Process
Adjustment(Pmax)

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2. Engine
Display
2.4 Process
Adjustment(Pcomp)

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2. Engine
Display
2.4 Process
Adjustment(Pi)

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2. Engine
Display
2.4 Process Adjustment(Adjust
All)

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2. Engine
Display
2.4 Process Adjustment(Continuous
Pmax)

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2. Engine
Display
2.4 Process
Adjustment 1. High Load Offset(%)
1)The operator can adjust the load limit

1 on any cylinder, adjust the load balance


as well as cut out one or more cylinder
units, however only at Chief level.
2) 50~100% Load section

2 3) Offset Range : ±10%

2. Low Load Offset(%)


4) 0~50% Load section
5) Offset Range : ±5%

Fuel
Index

100
%

50
%

50 100 Loa
% % d

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2. Engine
Display
2.4 Process
Adjustment
1. Pmax Offset[Bar]
: Pmax Level & Balance control
1
2. Pcomp/Pscav Offset
: Pcomp/Pscav = ratio
ex) Pcomp/Pscav = 80(+1)/2(+1) = 27
2 1 plus , Pcomp = 84

3. Exhaust Valve Open Timing


Offset[DEG]
3 : Adjust blowback pressure
normal pressure : 0.1~0.3 bar(at MCR)
Normally, do not change value.

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2. Engine
Display
2.4 Process
Adjustment

1. Applied Fuel Quality Offset


Sho Yar
p d

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2. Engine
Display
2.5 Chief
Limiters

1. Chief index limit


1) Adjust fuel index

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2. Engine
Display
2.5 Chief
Limiters

1. Exhaust Valve operation


1) Should be use below 20% engine load
Exh. v/v operation : Enable → Stop
F.O index : Random → Zero

1 2. HCU status and reset


1) When electric parts change or
recabling of HCU or CCU, it will be
2
normal to fault.
2) When status is fault, HCU not
working.

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2. Engine
Display
2.5 Chief
Limiters

CCU or HCU
fail

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3. Auxiliaries
Display
3.1 Hydraulic
System

1 1. HPS Mode
1) Auto mode : Ctrl & Master Pump
2) Manual mode : Adjust Hyd. Pressure,
Activity bypass valve(#310)
Open & Closed.
Start-up pumps Start & Stop Control

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3. Auxiliaries
Display
3.1 Hydraulic
System
1. Inlet Oil Sensor
1) Normal : 1.7 Bar ~ 2.2 Bar
2) Alarm : 0.7 Bar ~ 0.8 Bar
300Ba
3) Shot down : 0.5 Bar↓
1 r
2. 310valve : Pressure relief valve
1) 310Bar Setting
315Ba
r 4 2) Open : Engine Shut down and manual

3 mode.
2 310Bar 225Bar 225Bar
3. 311valve : Pressure relief valve
1) 315Bar Setting

4. 312valve : Pressure relief valve


1) 225Bar Setting
2) start up pump hyd’ pressure setting

Main L.O
10~15%

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3. Auxiliaries
Display
3.1 Hydraulic
System

1. Engine Driven Axial Piston Pumps


1)Ctrl : Running 50% & compensate
immediately for deviations
(Actual & Set point)
2)Folw : Ctrl pump goes back to
50%

2. Electrically Driven start-up Pumps


1 2 1) Pumps running at engine Standby
2) Stop at engine RPM(default 15% MCR
Delay time 20sec)

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3. Auxiliaries
Display
3.2 Scavenge
Air

1. Blowers Mode
1) Auto Mode
- Prepare Start
- Engine Start
- Scav. Air 0.4Bar ~ 0.7Bar
- Stop(shutdown/FWE/after 10minutes)

2) Manual Mode : Controlled by the


1 Operator

Aux Blower Local


Control

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3. Auxiliaries
Display 1. Flow
3.3 Cylinder 1) the ordered lube oil amount liters/hour
Lubrication 2. Total
1 3 1) the total ordered amount of lubricating
2 oil used since last power up of the ECU
involved
2) Cyl. Oil amount of one stroke x Total
number of stroke
3. Basic Feed Rate
1) The Basic Feed Rate is a calculated rate
for the complete lubricator system in
Running In
g/kWh shown with two (2) decimals.
schedule
Basic Feed Rate(g/kWh) = S% x
4
FEED RATE FACTOR(g/kWhS%)

5 4. Feed rate Adjust Factor


1) Activating the display Feed Rate Adjust
6 Factor enables adjustment of the feed
rate for each cylinder separately.
5. Running In
1) Running In schedule
6. Lubricator Test Sequence
1) Manually check the lubricator

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4. Maintenance
Display
4.1 System View I/O Test

* System View I/O Test


- The icons shown on the controllers, show
the status of each single controller, e.g.
whether it is in mode:

By pressing a single controller on this


screen(in this case EICU-A is pressed) the
actual inputs/outputs on the selected
controller are shown.

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4. Maintenance
Display
4.1 System View I/O Test

* System View I/O Test


- The screen shows Info, ID and
Descriptions and process values of each
single channel on the MPC.
It is possible to see each single channel in
both Normal and Test Mode, but to set an
output channel manually, Test Mode has
to be chosen.

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4. Maintenance
Display
4.1 System View I/O Test

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4. Maintenance
Display
4.1 System View I/O Test

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4. Maintenance
Display
4.2 Invalidated
Inputs
* Invalidated Inputs
- If an input channel is invalidated, it is
listed on the screen “Invalidated Inputs”.
ID number, signal ID and a short
description to easily overview and
recognise the channel(s) involved are
shown on this screen.

The “Invalidated Inputs” screen is an


overview helping the engineer look
through and control which channels are
invalidated.

Input Channels Invalidated can be


validated from this screen (Chief Level).

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4. Maintenance
Display
4.3 Network
Status
* Network Status
- This screen gives the engineer an overall
view and exact status of the Control
Network of the ECS From this screen,
it is possible to see the status of the
Network using the icons named
below :

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4. Maintenance
Display
4.4 Function
Test
* Function Test
1
- The main purpose of these three screens,
is to provide the engine personnel with
a tool to test the function of the HCU,
▶ Fuel valve
HPS and tacho equipment and their
related components. Also the function
test screens are used when replaced
components are to be calibrated, e.g. in
▶ Exhaust valve
case of replacement of a fuel plunger
sensor.

1. HCU Function Test


- The HCU tab is focusing on the FIVA
valve.

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4. Maintenance
Display
4.4 Function
Test
2. Tacho Function Test
2
- The Tacho Test allows for the
verification of the angles of the Tacho
Pick-Ups and angle encoder fine
adjustment of certain parameters.

0
°

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4. Maintenance
Display
4.4 Function
Test
3. HPS Function Test
3
- The HPS function Test allows for the
test and calibration of the hydraulic
pumps. Up to 5 pumps can be present
depending on system configuration, each
tab corresponds to a pump.

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4. Maintenance
Display
4.5 Trouble-
shooting

1. HCU Troubleshooting
- On this screen FIVA activation can be
performed to execute fuel plunger and
exhaust valve movement to check
whether the system is working correctly.

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4. Maintenance
Display
4.5 Trouble-
shooting

1. HCU and HPS Events


- These screens are an aid for the
engineer and are used to monitor
the actual movements of the HCU
and HPS related signal.

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5. Administration
Display
5.1 Set
Time

*Set Time*
- At the Set Time screen, the operator
is able to set the time/date for UTC
(Chief Level required) or to set the
time
offset for Local Time in intervals down
to 5 minutes.
Universal Time Local
Coordination Time

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5. Administration
Display
5.2
1. Background
Version - This screen displays the version type of
1 the ECS controlling the ME engine.
It displays, in table format, all the
controllers that comprise the system,
including specific information relating to
each controller.

2. Refresh
- When the screen is first displayed,
no information appears on the
table.
Press the “Refresh” button to retrieve
the system information and parameter
checksums of all controllers connected
to the ECS
3. Export
- Pressing the Export button generates
2 3
a hardcopy of the information displayed
in the table that can be saved to a hard
drive or USB memory stick.

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