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Students of the Split Faculty Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture Interested in Internal Combustion Motor Operation

Today, a big group of students of the Split Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, i.e. 3rd-year students of Shipbuilding and Mechanical Engineering and 4th-year students of Industrial Engineering, accompanied by professor Gojmir Radica, came to Brodotrogir  to visit Hull 329 – a tanker for the transport of chemical and oil products of 45,000 metric tons – with a focus on internal combustion engines, about which they are currently learning as part of courses on heat engines and ship power engines.
According to professor Radica, this is a great opportunity for the students to get better acquainted with internal combustion engines, auxiliary engines and devices. He is also certain that, in addition to the benefit of familiarisation with engine operation, the visit will be remembered by the students because few of them have had any real contact with the shipyard and no real grasp of what goes on in the production process, that is, of how a ship is built and equipped, which the students themselves confirmed during the visit. One of them said that such visits were important for students because they enable them to get a grasp of the size, equipment and operation of the ship on the spot and supplement their theoretical knowledge with the practical one, which they will certainly need when they start working in their profession.
To enable an easier and safer tour of the ship, the students were divided in two groups. One group was led by professor Radica and the other by  Mario Rovan, M.Sc., who has guided thousands of students through the shipyard during his career, patiently introducing them with ship operation and building processes.

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