Deutz 545 starting.

Starting a Deutz RBV8M 545 Engine, 1000HP @ 380RPM

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Big Engines Start Up and Sound
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DEUTZ V12 DIESEL MODEL A12L614 YEAR 1954
Here is a running example of the very first V12 model DEUTZ made, dating back to 1954. They only made this A12L614 model for 6 years. It is 16 litres in capacity and air cooled. The design dates back to before WW2 but their construction could not commence until Germany was rebuilt. The Deutz V12 are very rare and this is one of the oldest running examples in Australia. I am running modified airfilters and Exhausts.





Ships Engine Start Up
ENGINE STARTS - @3:23 A quick walk around the ships engine room for departure preparation. I didn't have a chance to film every thing but this gives people a basic idea of what goes on down below when getting the ship ready to go to sea. This ship is a Bulk Carrier - Its specs are: Length - 291m Beam - 45m Depth - 25.7m Draft - 16.5m DWT - 180,000 tonnes Cargo hold capacity - 199,293 m^3 Engine Maximum continuous rating - 18,660 kW x 91 RPM





Difficult start
Reefsteamers Class 15CA No 2056 starts from a stand still on the 1 in 40 grade up into Magaliesburg station (South Africa) with about 500 tons hanging on the draw-bar, driver Piet Molentz shows great skill at the regulator. 26 April 2008. The propeller is just a decoration and serves no purpose. Visit www.reefsteamers.com




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