Mitsubishi

Fast ferry propulsion business potential stimulated the development in the early 1990s of the Mitsubishi S16R-S engine by the Japanese group's Sagamihara Machinery Works. The higher performance V16-cylinder model was evolved from the established S16R design which had been in production since 1989 as a general purpose marine engine. A constant pressure turbocharging system based on a newly developed turbocharger and a revised fuel injection system contributed to a 20 per cent rise in the power output. The 170 mm bore/180 mm stroke design has a maximum continuous rating of 2100 kW at 2000 rev/min with overload ratings up to 2300 kW.

The weight was reduced to 89 per cent of the original engine, primarily through the adoption of aluminium alloy components optimized in size for the duty. An overall weight of 5500 kg underwrites a power-to-weight ratio of 2.62 kg/kW.

Figure 30.13 MAN B&W Holeby L16/24 engine: removing a complete cylinder unit
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