engine room


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engine room

n
(Nautical Terms) a place where engines are housed, esp on a ship
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Noun1.engine room - a room (as on a ship) in which the engine is locatedengine room - a room (as on a ship) in which the engine is located
room - an area within a building enclosed by walls and floor and ceiling; "the rooms were very small but they had a nice view"
ship - a vessel that carries passengers or freight
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engine room

n (Naut) → sala f macchine inv
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From the engine room companionway came the engineer and stockers, and together we leaped after the balance of the crew and into the hand-to-hand fight that was covering the wet deck with red blood.
I slid 'long pas'--don't see nobody stirrin' nowhah-- hear 'em a-hammerin' away in de engine room, den I knowed what de matter was--some o' de machinery's broke.
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However, when the seawater started to enter the engine rooms, the master ordered the abandon ship of passengers and crew,' according to the report.
A crew from the Tynemouth RNLI took to the water to help, arriving at the scene eight minutes later to find that all 23 crew members were safe and the flames had been put out, but smoke was still billowing from a pipe near the engine room.
The winner of several Design Effectiveness Awards, The Engine Room is a member of the Design Business Association, which exists to promote professional excellence in the sector.
Only one other person escaped the wrecked engine room of the vessel as it flooded and began to sink.
The aim of this joint project is to test the extensibility of "ClassNK CMAXS LC-A", a cloud-based machinery maintenance system that uses sophisticated analysis software to analyze sensor data obtained in the engine room for automatic condition diagnoses and to detect any early signs of damage to auxiliary equipment.
It said: "As no continuous wheelhouse watch was kept, the initial activation of the engine room bilge alarm went unnoticed and by the time the crew were alerted to the flooding, it was too late to save the vessel.
A technician in the engine room, Hugo di Piazza, said there was a lot of fear in the engine room as the water gushed into the ship from a 50-metre hole below the water line caused by the bang.
Area Manager Myles Platt, the officer in charge at the incident, said: "Upon arrival firefighters were faced with large volumes of smoke issuing from the engine room.
Our most valuable firefighting equipment was impossible to get at, as it was located near the engine room were a huge fireball had blazed its fiery path and basically forced men out along the way.