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Marine engineering

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Marine Engineers operate and maintain the propulsion and electrical generation systems onboard ships. Theyalso design and build these complicated systems. The merchant and military fleets of the world would not move without them. Thefield is closely related to mechanical engineering ,although the modern engineer requires knowledge (and hands on experience) with electrical , electronic , pneumatic , hydraulic and even nuclear technology .

Marine Engineering staff also deal with the "Hotel" facilities onboard, notably the sewage , lighting, air conditioning and water systems.They deal with bulk fuel transfers, and require training in firefighting and first aid, as well as in dealing with the ship's boats and other nautical tasks- especially with cargo loading/discharginggear and safety systems.

The original term engineer on a ship meant the people who dealt with the engines ("The black hand gang"), as opposed to theConsulting Engineer concept. Marine Engineers are generally much more hands on, and often get dirty, sweaty and hot doing theirjobs. Care and thought is required, however, especially with heavy machinery in a seaway, and in managing the rest of theengine-room crew.


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