Riviera – Events – Marine Propulsion Webinar Week


Do not hesitate to join us for Marine Propulsion Webinar Week

Propulsion packages. Undercarriage. Fuel test. Engine oil selection

Starting Monday, January 31, Riviera will host a series of daily webinars focusing on Shaftlines, Couplings & Shocks, Powertrains, Seals & Bearings, and Fuel Testing. Each webinar is technically focused, meticulously researched, and addresses key industry challenges, headaches, and opportunities.

Our webinars are designed to strike the right balance between imparting key information and interacting with the assembled panel of experts. Those who register will also receive copies of the webinar materials after the event.

Our discussions are focused, cover advertised topics, and provide registrants with actionable insights.

Registration is free; please register below.

To secure a position on one of the webinar panels, as a premium partner or sponsored presenter and panelist, please contact Tom Kenny. A number of positions are made available throughout our weeks of webinars for our business partners on a first come, first served basis.

Please join us for any or all of the following:

Shaft lines, couplings and shock absorbers: safety and new fuels in the spotlight

Dated: Monday 31 January – Time: 11:00 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. GMT

FREE REGISTRATION

Next generation shaft lines, couplings and dampers must anticipate current and future fleet safety requirements, rule changes and the reported impacts that next generation fuels have on engine vibration and noise of structure.

Join us to discuss

  • Smooth sailing: the role of high friction couplings in vessel safety
  • Time and cost to install fittings compared
  • Mitigating the impact of alternative fuels on engine vibration and structure-borne noise
  • Revised class rules for exceeding the prohibited speed range
  • If suppliers meet market demand for greater shaft line torque capacity and reduced shaft dimension

Adaptation of propulsion packages to maximize vessel efficiency

Dated: Wednesday February 2 – Time: 09:00 – 09:45 GMT

FREE REGISTRATION

Premier Partner:

This webinar will review current propulsion packages and include case studies on installation, efficiency and propulsion power. Owners and sellers will share their power package service experience, including environmental performance and economy.

Join us to discuss

  • Choosing the right propulsion for your hull shape and operation
  • Minimize operating costs, maximize efficiency
  • How the collaboration between the naval architect and the shipyard can pay off
  • The case of hybrid propulsion
  • Remote Support. Connectivity. Data analysis

Heavy Duty Diesel Engines: The Right Oil for Engines Running on Ultra Low Sulfur US Diesel (S

Dated: Wednesday February 2 – Time: 15:00 – 15:45 GMT

FREE REGISTRATION

Premier Partner:

A leading engine manufacturer designs engines for US Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel (S

Join us to discuss

  • The case of an engine running on American diesel with very low sulfur content (S
  • Understand that fuel efficiency is one thing, high stress on lubricating oils is another
  • Ensure your lubricant selection can cope with ever-increasing variations in fuel quality

Panelists include:

Paul Morgan, Fleet / Technical Manager, V.Ships

Dirk Hoek, Senior Lubricants Technical Advisor UK and Benelux, Shell Marine


Fuel Test Results That Benefit Ship Owners: Fact, Fiction, and Causes of Friction

Dated: Thursday February 3 Time: 2:00 p.m. – 2:45 p.m. GMT

FREE REGISTRATION

How the marine fuel quality landscape has evolved over the past 12 months and what’s to come.

Join us to discuss

  • Sludge problems with 0.50% VLSFO
  • Dual fuels: hype or reality
  • Classification of compliant and non-specification fuels
  • Lessons learned from vessels running on LNG, methanol, ammonia and LPG
  • New draft ISO 8217 standards by April 2022
  • What is the right fuel strategy for the coming year?

Panelists include:

Usman Muhammad, Product Manager, FOBAS, Lloyd’s Register


Seals and bearings: condition monitoring, wear and leak management

Dated: Friday February 4 – Time: 11:00 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. GMT

FREE REGISTRATION

This webinar covers seal and bearing selection, associated operational issues and challenges, and what owners and operators need to know to ensure their vessels are fully compliant with current and anticipated rules and regulations.

Join us to discuss

  • Wear rate of water lubricated bearings and oil lubricated bearings
  • Shaft alignment. Class requirement. Rule Requirements
  • Monitoring and control of bearing wear, whatever the system
  • The relationship between well protection, seawater, marine growth and coatings
  • Oil-tight stern tube sealing systems
  • Water-lubricated closed systems
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