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2013 European Control Conference (ECC)
In this paper, a governor principle for marine dieselelectric power plants with a normal and an emergency mode is proposed. In the normal mode, the governor is tuned such that the variations in the electric frequency are weighed against operational costs such as specific fuel consumption, pollutant emissions and wear-and-tear of the diesel engine due to thermal variations. In emergency mode, the governor disregards the operational costs and attempts to keep the frequency as steady as possible.doi:10.23919/ecc.2013.6669837 fatcat:duwbzwgmlfb4zn5i3wqh2u5bea