PROJECT REPORT ON ANALYSIS OF OVER-HEATING OF MARINE DESIGN ENGINE USING FAULT TREE ANALYSIS By (Name) The Name of the Class (Course) Professor (Tutor) The Name of the School (University The Date ABSTRACTIn this paper the analysis of overheating of Marine Engine Design is presented using the Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) method to find how reliable marine engine overheating is. There are various uncontrollable factors in an engine such as bad weather conditions loading state and ship mobility it becomes difficult to ascertain the exact probability of failure of systems in the engine. The FTA set theory is used to counter the possibility of overestimating or under-estimating the failure probability of both normal and undesired events of the FTA. The failure rate of the FTA is found by applying the FTA numbers and its operators. The FTA probability gives the FTA results which are able to compensate when there October 29-31 2010 Xiamen China pp: 963-966. Papadopoulos Y. Walker M. Parker D. Rüde E. Hamann R. Uhlig A. Grätz U. and Lien R. 2011. Engineering failure analysis and design optimization with HiP-HOPS. Engineering Failure Analysis 18(2) pp.590-608. Tao J.S. Liu G.R. and Lam K.Y. 2000. Design optimization of the marine engine-mount system. Journal of Sound and Vibration 235(3) pp.477-494. Turbocharging C.P. 1982. Turbocharging the internal combustion engine. Vesely W.E. F.F. Goldberg N.H. Roberts and D.F. Haas 1981. Fault Tree Handbook. U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission Washington DC. USA. Wang J. Ruxton T. and Labrie C.R. 1995. Design for the safety of engineering systems with multiple failure state variables. Reliability Engineering & System Safety 50(3) pp.271-284. Zhou J. and L. Xu 2011. The fault diagnosis of marine engine cooling system based on Artificial Neural Network (ANN). Proceeding of the 2nd International Conference on Computer and Automation Engineering Volume 2 February 26-28 2010 Singapore pp: 186-189. [...]
Already written most of the work but I need someone to edit it and improve the methodology and redraw the fault tree analysis with an engineering software and enhance the discussion. A file is attached of the original work and a small explanation of the methodology is also attached.