LOCATION AND DESCRIPTION OF MAJOR COMPONENTS
The diesel engine is an eight cylinder, water-cooled, turbocharged, after-cooled, two-cycle marine engine
delivering 600 hp at 2100 RPM. The engine is located in the machinery compartment of the propulsion module.
The engine contains the cooling system, fuel system, electrical system, governing system, air system, and
exhaust components which includes a water-cooled muffler just aft of the engine.
Figure 2. Propulsion Module.
The engine provides power to the drivetrain, which consists of a marine gear, transfer case and pump-jet
connected to each other by driveshafts. Control of the engine is accomplished from the operator`s cab, with the
exception of below deck emergency stop push buttons and emergency stop actuation control of the fire