The debate between marine diesel versus gasoline engines is a hot topic - literally. Both engines turn chemical energy into mechanical energy using an internal combustion process. The marine industry argues for the pros and cons of each engine type, with neither coming up on top. There is a lot of information surrounding the topic, however it is often misleading.
Ships come in many shapes and sizes according to what their purpose is and how they are propelled or which engine design they use. Someone might wonder what the difference between a boat and a ship is. Well, the distinction is based on size, shape, load capacity, and tradition— but, there is no universally accepted distinction.
Marine diesel engines are engines used to turn the main propellers on marine ships. These engines are made up of several different components, with each component having a specific function to make the engine work as a whole.
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