Virtual Engine Room


Virtual Engine Room 7 includes:

  • Main engine (2 stroke, low speed, 7 cylinders, fixed pitch propeller)
  • Two complete main engine models: a conventional with a camshaft and electronically controlled
  • Main engine remote control system (manual from CR, automated from the bridge and the emergency control at the engine side)
  • Fuel system (MDO, HFO and Low Sulphur Fuel, including storage system and separators).
  • Lubricating system (LO circulation and separator, LO storage and stern tube lubricating).
  • Cooling system (sea water and fresh water central cooling).
  • Compressed air system.
  • Sewage treatment plant.
  • Sludge and garbage incinerator.
  • Steam system (auxiliary boiler, waste heat recovery, superheated steam, consumers).
  • Power plant (2 diesel generators, 1 shaft generator, 1 turbo generator and 1 emergency diesel generator, multiple power consumers with separate circuits and bow thruster).
  • Bilge system with oily water separator.
  • Ballast system.
  • Steering gear.
  • Refrigerating system.
  • Domestic water system
  • Air conditioning system
  • Simplified own ship model with ship speed modelling.
  • Engine room ventilation system.
  • Inert gas system.
  • Turbo pump.
  • Engine room ventilation system.
  • Water mist firefighting system.
  • CO2 firefighting system.
  • PID controllers
  • ECO Module.
  • Emission Module.
  • Diagnostic Expert.
  • ME Maintenance.

Here is a list of VER7 main features when compared to the well-known VER6 simulator:

  • Permanent emission monitoring (EEXI, NOx and SOx) and its comparison with MARPOL requirements.
  • Possibility to simulate 30 different ME faults, where their requested values can be selected freely from the given range.
  • Random selection of the ME faults.
  • Diagnostic Expert with an advice which ME maintenance or a control system setting is recommended in the present technical state of ME.
  • Availability of 23 different maintenance actions which can be used in order to fix the present ME technical problems.
  • Possibility to observe the influence of the ME technical state on the ME emission and the compliance with MARPOL requirements.

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