Engine – Progpulsion http://progpulsion.com/ Thu, 19 May 2022 04:54:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://progpulsion.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/icon-12-150x150.png Engine – Progpulsion http://progpulsion.com/ 32 32 Skyroot Aerospace, based in Hyderabad, successfully tests its rocket engine https://progpulsion.com/skyroot-aerospace-based-in-hyderabad-successfully-tests-its-rocket-engine/ Thu, 19 May 2022 04:54:00 +0000 https://progpulsion.com/skyroot-aerospace-based-in-hyderabad-successfully-tests-its-rocket-engine/ Private sector rocket manufacturer Skyroot Aerospace Private Ltd has successfully tested the third stage/engine of its Vikram-1 rocket. The company on Thursday announced the completion of the full duration test firing stage of its Vikram-1 rocket stage. Named “Kalam-100” after famed Indian rocket scientist Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, the […]]]>

Private sector rocket manufacturer Skyroot Aerospace Private Ltd has successfully tested the third stage/engine of its Vikram-1 rocket.

The company on Thursday announced the completion of the full duration test firing stage of its Vikram-1 rocket stage.



Named “Kalam-100” after famed Indian rocket scientist Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam, the third stage of Vikram-1 produces a maximum vacuum thrust of 100 kN (about 10 tonnes) and has a burn time of 108 seconds.

The rocket stage is built with a high-strength carbon fiber structure, solid fuel, an ethylene-propylene-diene terpolymer (EPDM) thermal protection system and a carbon ablative nozzle.

The rocket stage/engine has no moving parts and a high level of automation in manufacturing.

“Complete stage level testing is a major milestone for the development of our flagship Vikram-1 orbital vehicle. The stage has delivered excellent performance and this success gives great confidence for our other rocket stages to be testing soon,” said Pawan Kumar Chandana, Co-founder and CEO.

“This is the best rocket stage in its class of this size, with record propellant loading and firing duration, and using a full carbon composite structure to deliver the best performance,” Naga Bharath Daka added. , co-founder and chief operating officer.

The rocket stage was tested at the facilities of Solar Industries India Ltd, one of Skyroot’s investors.

“This is the largest rocket stage ever designed, manufactured and tested entirely in the Indian private sector. We are proud to be part of this achievement by supporting propellant processing and static testing at our world-class facilities in Nagpur,” Manish said. Nuwal, MD and CEO of Solar Industries.

“Advanced technology like carbon composite housing, high propellant volumetric loading up to 94%, lighter EPDM based thermal protection system and submerged nozzle were validated by the successful static test” , said Eswaran VG, a veteran Indian rocket scientist and vice president of propulsion at Skyroot Aerospace.

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UMBRA Successfully Terminates Liquid Engine Hot Fire After Only One Year https://progpulsion.com/umbra-successfully-terminates-liquid-engine-hot-fire-after-only-one-year/ Tue, 17 May 2022 05:31:50 +0000 https://progpulsion.com/umbra-successfully-terminates-liquid-engine-hot-fire-after-only-one-year/ By Luis Azuara, May 17, 2022 Cal Poly Pomona’s Undergraduate Missiles, Ballistics, and Rocketry Association successfully launched its first liquid engine on April 30. Aerospace engineering students James McPherson, Kaitlyn Pitugnarongphor and Jacob Liebgott were able to complete something that had never been done at Cal Poly Pomona in just one year independently. The original […]]]>

By Luis Azuara, May 17, 2022

Cal Poly Pomona’s Undergraduate Missiles, Ballistics, and Rocketry Association successfully launched its first liquid engine on April 30.

Aerospace engineering students James McPherson, Kaitlyn Pitugnarongphor and Jacob Liebgott were able to complete something that had never been done at Cal Poly Pomona in just one year independently.

The original idea for the project began two years ago, but after a long preparatory work, this small group of engineers from UMBRA Propulsion felt it was time to start working on a liquid rocket engine. .

UMBRA is an on-campus engineering club with over 200 official members. The club holds several project teams such as NASA Student Launch, Friends of Amateur Rocketry competition, experimental and UMBRA Propulsion – which is the team that designed the liquid engine.

UMBRA Propulsion primarily runs on solid propulsion, but after lots of practice and experience with solid motors, the team felt it was the right time to switch to liquid propulsion.

“We had just won our second competition in a row among friends of the amateur, and it (solid propulsion) was starting to feel easy. Our UMBRA-powered team members felt like we were just rinsing and repeating the same thing,” said McPherson, chief engineer. “So our natural next step was to move to liquid propulsion.”

In a solid rocket, powdered fuel and oxidizer are mixed into a solid propellant that is “easy”, according to McPherson. With liquid rockets, there are valves, regulators, wastegates, reservoirs, and many parts to consider that go into liquid engines.

Currently, most universities do not have liquid rocket capabilities. Schools that have liquid rocket capabilities typically have hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars in funding and dedicated lab space. The small team was able to develop the engine for the most part in McPherson’s living room.

The purpose of this first fire was to start a liquid engine. McPherson, Pitugnarongphor, and Liebgott wanted to see if they could accomplish something few colleges do.

“This whole project serves as a scout to test the feasibility and see if we can get funding and lab space to move to liquid propulsion,” said test bed engineer Liebgott.

With help and funding from Exquadrum, Inc., McPherson, Pitugnarongphor, and Liebgott were able to build the engine from start to finish in just one year.

Exquadrum, Inc is an aerospace and defense company based in Victorville, California. McPherson had already been a trainee for them and Exquadrum was ready to help with the engine design. The company’s contribution was the construction of the thrust chamber. This was a huge contribution, because thrust is what moves the rocket through the air.

Within an hour, the engineering team set the engine on fire. What made this possible was a cart built by Pitugnarongphor. Pitugnarongphor was the construction engineer for the project. The cart allowed the team to deploy the engine, bolt it to the test bed and fire it up within an hour.

During the hot fire, the liquid engine was able to generate up to 423 pounds of thrust with a chamber pressure of 312 psi. The team had a goal of 400 pounds of thrust.

With this achievement, CPP students can see that liquid propulsion is possible.

“The reason we fly as students is so different from the reason SpaceX flies. SpaceX flies because it has customers. We are students, nobody is going to pay us to launch stuff, but we we’re always throwing stuff out because of inspiration,” McPherson said. “With this engine, we compete with Purdue, USC, UCI, Georgia Tech, etc.”

What this project does is help future engineering students. According to McPherson, CPP now has a product that rivals the work of these prestigious undergraduate collegiate propulsion teams.

For this project, the team received no assistance or funding from Cal Poly Pomona staff or resources. The project was independently funded, created and manufactured by the team.

“I hope this accomplishment helps us get more funding because liquid rocketry is the future of rocketry as a whole,” said Rochelle Casement, UMBRA president and aerospace engineering student.

For more information on UMBRA, please visit their website and on Instagram.

Feature image courtesy of UMBRA.

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Russian-built engine for Superjet completes ground testing https://progpulsion.com/russian-built-engine-for-superjet-completes-ground-testing/ Thu, 12 May 2022 19:27:01 +0000 https://progpulsion.com/russian-built-engine-for-superjet-completes-ground-testing/ Russian-built engine for Superjet completes ground testing | Aviation Week Network https://aviationweek.com/themes/custom/particle/dist/app-drupal/assets/awn-logo.svg Skip to main content Aviation Week Network Staff May 12, 2022 Credit: UEC Russia’s United Engine Corporation (UEC) has completed bench testing of the first prototype of its PD-8 turbofan. The PD-8 is designed to power the SSJ-NEW, an all-Russian version of the […]]]>









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US Army prepares roadmap for FLRAA winner’s engine upgrade https://progpulsion.com/us-army-prepares-roadmap-for-flraa-winners-engine-upgrade/ Wed, 11 May 2022 17:45:03 +0000 https://progpulsion.com/us-army-prepares-roadmap-for-flraa-winners-engine-upgrade/ US Army prepares engine upgrade roadmap for FLRAA winner | Aviation Week Network https://aviationweek.com/themes/custom/particle/dist/app-drupal/assets/awn-logo.svg Skip to main content Credit: Steve Harding/US Army An engine upgrade roadmap will be prepared when the U.S. military decides the winner of the competition to develop the Future Long Range Assault Aircraft (FLRAA), with a possible spinoff to a fleet […]]]>









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An engine upgrade roadmap will be prepared when the U.S. military decides the winner of the competition to develop the Future Long Range Assault Aircraft (FLRAA), with a possible spinoff to a fleet re-engine program H-47 Chinook. May the winner of the FLRAA contract be the Bell V-280 Valor…

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Successful shot of the new M10 engine for Vega-E https://progpulsion.com/successful-shot-of-the-new-m10-engine-for-vega-e/ Fri, 06 May 2022 12:37:27 +0000 https://progpulsion.com/successful-shot-of-the-new-m10-engine-for-vega-e/ Enter Wall Street with StreetInsider Premium. Claim your one week free trial here. COLLEFERRO, Italy–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The new M10 Oxygen/Methane Engine for Vega E was successfully tested yesterday at Avio’s new Space Propulsion Test Facility (SPTF) on the Salto di Quirra range in Sardinia. The engine developed by Avio, with a thrust class of 10 tonnes, […]]]>

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COLLEFERRO, Italy–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The new M10 Oxygen/Methane Engine for Vega E was successfully tested yesterday at Avio’s new Space Propulsion Test Facility (SPTF) on the Salto di Quirra range in Sardinia. The engine developed by Avio, with a thrust class of 10 tonnes, is the first of its kind to be successfully tested in Europe. The M10 represents, for all intents and purposes, a next-generation green engine, made with extensive use of Additive Layer Manufacturing (ALM) technologies. The M10 engine is part of the development of the Vega E launcher, a project coordinated by the ESA (European Space Agency) aimed at qualifying the successor to Vega C from 2026.

Vega E will outperform Vega C, with increased flexibility and versatility at reduced costs. Unlike Vega and Vega C, Vega E will have a three stage configuration. The first two, P120C and Zefiro 40, will be the same as the Vega C. The new M10 engine, developed and built by Avio in Colleferro with the support of other European companies, will power the last stage of the future Vega E launcher. will be throttled and restartable to allow multiple orbital maneuvers; the combination of oxygen and liquid methane will also make it a more environmentally sustainable engine.

The LRE test bench at Perdasdefogu in Sardinia, a new technological hub created by AVIO, was built in record time for testing cryogenic engines. With the new M10 engine, Avio is one of the few global players to possess innovative cryogenic methane engine technology for space applications. Thanks to this technology, it will be possible to further develop the product range and ensure independent access to space for Europe in the long term.

Giulio Ranzo, CEO of Avio, said: “The successful test of the M10 engine represents a historic moment for our Company. Avio demonstrates that it has the most innovative and sustainable technology available for the cryogenic propulsion of future launchers. From this technological element, Avio will be able to develop a new generation of particularly efficient and competitive products. I congratulate the Avio and ESA teams for the quality of the work done to achieve this important first step.“.

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Only one full-size pickup truck has ever offered a diesel engine https://progpulsion.com/only-one-full-size-pickup-truck-has-ever-offered-a-diesel-engine/ Thu, 05 May 2022 11:55:45 +0000 https://progpulsion.com/only-one-full-size-pickup-truck-has-ever-offered-a-diesel-engine/ Diesel engines and pickup trucks go together like peas and carrots. And Toyota earned its reputation for reliability, thanks in part to the bulletproof diesel engines of its Land Cruiser trucks. Yet the Toyota Tundra never offered a diesel engine option. But for the latest Tundra, Toyota managed to build a gasoline engine with a […]]]>

Diesel engines and pickup trucks go together like peas and carrots. And Toyota earned its reputation for reliability, thanks in part to the bulletproof diesel engines of its Land Cruiser trucks. Yet the Toyota Tundra never offered a diesel engine option. But for the latest Tundra, Toyota managed to build a gasoline engine with a flat “diesel-like” torque curve using some surprising technology.

What are the engine options for the 2022 Toyota Tundra?

Toyota made a unique choice with the third generation of the Tundra. The automaker ditched the old truck’s sole engine, a naturally aspirated V8, in favor of a new twin-turbocharged gasoline V6. Every 2022 Tundra has one of three levels of the same engine.

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Phantom Space orders over 200 engines from Ursa Major https://progpulsion.com/phantom-space-orders-over-200-engines-from-ursa-major/ Wed, 04 May 2022 13:01:21 +0000 https://progpulsion.com/phantom-space-orders-over-200-engines-from-ursa-major/ Phantom Space orders over 200 engines from Ursa Major | Aviation Week Network https://aviationweek.com/themes/custom/particle/dist/app-drupal/assets/awn-logo.svg Skip to main content A single Hadley engine provides 5,000 lbs of thrust. Credit: Ursa Major COLORADO SPRINGS — Launcher and satellite developer startup Phantom Space has emerged from stealth mode with an agreement to purchase more than 200 rocket engines […]]]>









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Adranos set to take off with rocket engine production in Stone County https://progpulsion.com/adranos-set-to-take-off-with-rocket-engine-production-in-stone-county/ Fri, 29 Apr 2022 20:31:00 +0000 https://progpulsion.com/adranos-set-to-take-off-with-rocket-engine-production-in-stone-county/ STONE COUNTY, Miss. (WLOX) – There’s a new kind of red glare in Stone County thanks to a new industry that’s being set up for an extended burn of economic impact for the region. Recently, aerospace company Adranos set up its testbed and rocket building facility. “We moved here at the end of 2020. We […]]]>

STONE COUNTY, Miss. (WLOX) – There’s a new kind of red glare in Stone County thanks to a new industry that’s being set up for an extended burn of economic impact for the region. Recently, aerospace company Adranos set up its testbed and rocket building facility.

“We moved here at the end of 2020. We had two people when we started, now we’ve grown to 15,” said Michael Grasso, vice president of space systems for Adranos.

“Mississippi is known as a rocket state. Propulsion systems are built here and tested here. Some of the greatest systems to ever fly things into space. So last year here at this facility we built and tested systems 10 times bigger than the rocket you see next to me,” Grasso added.

Why would a rocket company locate in Stone County? According to company officials, there are three reasons: talent, specialized infrastructure and state aid.

“One of the challenges we face in our state is ‘brain drain’. It’s an opportunity to keep some of the talent at home and some of that talent in Stone County as well,” said Betsy Rowell, executive director of the Stone County Economic Development Partnership. “Stimulate the children. Thinking differently about their job opportunities, and that’s part of that.

Adranos recently won $20 million in venture capital, making the decision to expand into Stone County a foregone conclusion. The company also has a rocket fuel facility in Indiana.

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WIGHTLINK CATASTROPHIC ENGINE FAILURE ACCIDENT REPORT REVEALS LONG HISTORY OF PROBLEMS – Island Echo https://progpulsion.com/wightlink-catastrophic-engine-failure-accident-report-reveals-long-history-of-problems-island-echo/ Thu, 28 Apr 2022 18:52:39 +0000 https://progpulsion.com/wightlink-catastrophic-engine-failure-accident-report-reveals-long-history-of-problems-island-echo/ A ‘complex’ investigation into 2 catastrophic engine failures on board Wightlink’s Wightlink ferry has revealed a history of some 26 engine failures dating back to 2010. The Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) spent over 3 years investigating the most recent incidents which occurred on 26 August and 14 December 2018 – but have expanded their […]]]>

A ‘complex’ investigation into 2 catastrophic engine failures on board Wightlink’s Wightlink ferry has revealed a history of some 26 engine failures dating back to 2010.

The Marine Accident Investigation Branch (MAIB) spent over 3 years investigating the most recent incidents which occurred on 26 August and 14 December 2018 – but have expanded their investigation to look at a total of 26 engine failures in the Wight-class fleet.

It was on August 26, 2018 that Wight Sky suffered a catastrophic forward main engine failure as it prepared to enter the River Lymington on its scheduled crossing from Yarmouth. It was the second catastrophic failure of the ferry’s main engine in less than a year – with the faulty engine replacing the previous failure which caused a fire and serious injury to an engineer officer.

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The accident report revealed that at 6:41 p.m. the engine failed catastrophically, causing a connecting rod to fly through the engine housing into the engine room. Oil and fumes released from the crankcase ignited and created a fireball around the engine.

Engine damage to Wight Sky in August 2018

The 10 crew members were quickly rounded up, the 117 passengers rounded up and the coastguards alerted. It was originally planned to head for Lymington, but shortly after the captain made the decision to proceed to Lymington, black smoke began to emerge from the engine room funnel. The trip was cut short and Wight Sky returned to Yarmouth.

On December 14, 2018, at 06:55 a.m., Wight Sky suffered a third catastrophic engine failure – this time in the aft engine room. The crew reported loud banging noises coming from the engine room and smoke could be seen billowing from the shore at Lymington. The fire suppression system was activated and emergency stops were activated for the fans and fuel pumps. With the engine still running, the master disengaged and stopped the engine from the bridge and shut off the aft electric generator.

Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service boarded the vessel at Lymington Terminal and were able to confirm there was no fire. Initial inspection of the engine room revealed that the engine had failed catastrophically and its number 4 connecting rod and gudgeon pin had been thrown out the side of the engine case in the engine room – a little like the August incident of this year.

As the MAIB investigation progressed, it became apparent that similar and other types of engine failures were more common on Yarmouth’s 3 W-class vessels than originally thought and that the failures began within 2 years of the vessels commissioning in 2009. The scope of the official investigation was expanded to include all known failures on the 3 vessels – a total of 26 between 2010 and 2018, of which 5 have were considered serious.

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The investigation concluded, in brief, that the August 2018 outage was caused by a sudden loss of lubricating oil supply and that the December 2018 outage was the result of an assembly error in the factory of Volvo Penta in Sweden.

Overall, the operation and maintenance of Wightlink’s main engines was not managed effectively, according to the MAIB, and many of its engineers did not record the tasks they performed or the results of test runs. engine fluid on the company’s integrated electronic management system.

In addition, the maintenance work carried out by RK Marine Ltd, the local service center responsible for carrying out most Wight-class engine overhauls, did not meet the standards set by Volvo Penta and those expected by Wightlink. Mistakes were made during overhauls, basic levels of shop cleanliness were not always met, engines were not properly aligned, unapproved repairs were carried out and used components were regularly replaced. one engine to another.

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The reuse of components between engines was primarily done at the request of Wightlink’s technical department for reasons of cost reduction and to speed up repairs, the MAIB noted.

The Marine Accident Investigation Branch also noted that engine operating profiles, introduced to meet wake restrictions in the Lymington River and to mitigate the risk of losing an engine, resulted in long periods of low power operation, which probably had a detrimental effect on the condition of the engine.

Chief Marine Casualty Inspector Andrew Moll said:

“This has been a long and complex investigation. Focusing initially on two catastrophic engine failures, the investigation revealed a history of engine failures on Wightlink’s fleet of Wightlink-class ferries dating back to 2010. Therefore, the scope of the investigation was expanded to include the forensic examination and testing of five failed engines and their components, a full review of the design and operation of the vessels propulsion system, and reviewed the procedures for safety management, planned maintenance and condition monitoring by the ferry operator, as well as technical supervision by the engine manufacturer and its authorized service provider.

“MAIB has worked closely with Wightlink, Volvo Penta AB, Lloyds Register and the Maritime and Coastguard Agency over the past three years to help ensure that most of the technical issues identified in the investigation report are resolved as soon as possible. .

“The report contains recommendations to improve the reliability of propulsion machinery on board Wight Class ferries and reduce the likelihood of future catastrophic engine failures.”

MAIB commended the Wightlink crew for their quick response to every emergency, which helped limit the consequences of catastrophic engine failures.

Recommendations

It was recommended that Wightlink provide competent technical oversight of maintenance on board its vessels, with further recommendations to Volvo Penta regarding the identification of all affected customers to resolve the oil filter bypass anomaly.

The MAIB has also made a recommendation to Lloyds Register on the need to introduce into its rules and regulations the time required to disengage a main propulsion engine from the driveshaft in the event of an emergency stop, in order to prevent the motor from being cranked and increase the risk of serious injury and damage.

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Marine Propulsion Engines Market Opportunities by Types, Demand, Major Manufacturers and Applications in Grooming Regions – Ripon College Days https://progpulsion.com/marine-propulsion-engines-market-opportunities-by-types-demand-major-manufacturers-and-applications-in-grooming-regions-ripon-college-days/ Wed, 27 Apr 2022 04:43:13 +0000 https://progpulsion.com/marine-propulsion-engines-market-opportunities-by-types-demand-major-manufacturers-and-applications-in-grooming-regions-ripon-college-days/ According to the latest report of the IMARC group, entitled “Marine Propulsion Engine Market: Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunities and Forecast 2021-2026“, the global marine propulsion engine market grew at a CAGR of approximately 6% during the period 2015-2020. Going forward, the market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 3.5% during the […]]]>

According to the latest report of the IMARC group, entitled “Marine Propulsion Engine Market: Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunities and Forecast 2021-2026“, the global marine propulsion engine market grew at a CAGR of approximately 6% during the period 2015-2020. Going forward, the market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 3.5% during the period 2021-2026.

History: 2015-2020

Reference year: 2020

Forecast year: 2021-2026

A marine propulsion engine refers to a machine that burns fuel and allows ships to move through water. It includes piston, towers, valves, crankcases, bedplates, crankcases, bearings, crankshafts, flywheels, generators, transformers, rotor blade gearboxes, control panels control, electrical controls and cylinder blocks and liners. The marine propulsion engine has generators that provide electrical power to the engines and can run on heavy fuel oil. Currently, marine propulsion engines are widely used in modern merchant ships and offshore support vessels.

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Note: We regularly track the direct effect of COVID-19 on the market, as well as the indirect influence of associated industries. These observations will be incorporated into the report.

Global marine propulsion engine market trends

The growing number of international trading activities increases the demand for container ships to transport many commodities, such as petroleum, natural gas, minerals, and other consumer products. This mainly strengthens the global marine propulsion engine market. Additionally, the growing focus on reducing fossil fuel consumption is propelling the adoption of marine electric propulsion motors worldwide. Additionally, the increasing inclination towards Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) based propulsion engines is further catalyzing the market growth.

Additionally, growing environmental awareness is resulting in the use of cleaner and safer fuels, such as algae oils and biomethane, to run marine propulsion engines with nominal exhaust emissions. Additionally, several market players are heavily investing in extensive R&D activities to improve the efficiency of marine propulsion engines to increase the cargo capacity of next-generation tankers, which is expected to bolster the market growth over the coming years. planned years.

Competitive Landscape:

The competitive landscape of the market has been studied in the report with the detailed profiles of the major players operating in the market.

AB Volvo (publ) (VLVLY), Caterpillar, Inc. (CAT), Cummins inc..’s (NYSE:CMI), Fairbank Morse, Hyundai Heavy Industries Holdings Co., ltd. (267250.KS), SE MAN ST MARCH (MALE.DE), Masson Marine, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, ltd. (MHVYF), Rolls-Royce Plc and Wartsila Oyj Abp.

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The report has segmented the market based on engine type, power source, power range, vessel type and region.

Breakdown of the market by engine type:

2-stroke engine
4-stroke engine

Market Breakdown by Power Source:

Diesel
Gas turbine
Natural gas
Steam turbine
Fuel cell
Others

Breakdown of the market by power range:

80-750 HP
751-5000 HP
5001-10,000 HP
10,001-20,000 HP
Above 20,000 HP

Breakdown of the market by type of vessel:

Dump truck
Container ship
Passenger ships
Support ships
Cisterns
Gas carriers
military ships
Others

Market Breakdown by Region:

North America
Asia Pacific
Europe
Latin America
Middle East and Africa

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