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Students from Split Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture on Tour of Newbuilding 326

Over the course of two days, over 60 students from the Split Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture (FESB) toured the Newbuilding 326, currently under construction in the Brodotrogir shipyard. The aim was to view the slow-speed two-stroke ship diesel engine manufactured in the Split diesel engine factory, the auxiliary diesel engines manufactured in the Karlovac factory Adriadiesel as well as other built-in equipment required for the complete and safe functioning of the ship. The student visit was organised as part of the course Heat Engines by lecturer Gojmir Radica and his assistant lecturer Željko Pengas, who co-organised the tour with the host. On the first day, the ship was toured by students of the 5th semester of the Mechanical Engineering undergraduate study programme, while on the second day by students of the 3rd semester of the Industrial Engineering graduate study programme.
According to prof. Radica, the shipyard is the best place where students of these engineering study programmes can supplement their theoretical knowledge with practical know-how, and where the expertise of experienced engineers can be directly transferred to future employees:
"We find it extremely helpful to have the opportunity to carry out our expert visits here in Brodotrogir, where we can show students the most complex mechanical engineering facilities with state of the art technologies installed. The cooperation between FESB and Brodotrogir comprises not only such visits, but also research carried out as part of ongoing projects, allowing our students to hone their professional skills with colleagues already established in the field".
Professor Radica and the students also took part in trial run of Newbuilding 326 as part of the practical training project Expert Systems for the Control and Management of Marine Power Systems. The future engineers carried out measurements of the state of the art electronically controlled diesel engine, the 6S50ME-MAN, in different engine operating modes to collect data for the analysis of operating parameters, the all for the purpose of developing the diagnostics and optimisations of the motor operation.

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