Doosan is coming up

Discussion in 'Diesel Engines' started by mohamed atia, Oct 17, 2009.

  1. mohamed atia
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    mohamed atia Junior Member

    dear all,
    i thing doosan marine engines will become the first after a few months.

    in egypt i saw the doosan marine diesel engines sales curve go up at carzy rapid

    want to know ur opinions:?:


    thx 4 ur time

    M.A
     
  2. apex1

    apex1 Guest

    First in what? First to go bankrupt or first to be outlawed for too high pollution?
     
  3. mohamed atia
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    mohamed atia Junior Member

    thanks for help

    i think in many countries the important thing is the capital cost and the running one not the pollution and in the last few months i c doosan is the first in number of new sales

    if there is any problems in this brand plz help me i haven't enough experience in operation such new diesel engine i just c how many diesel engines sold in the last few months

    thanks for help
     
  4. apex1

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    I must confess Mohamed, I have not even heard of them. And I doubt that brand will make a big impact on the market. Where are they from? China?

    Richard
     
  5. mohamed atia
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    mohamed atia Junior Member

    no sir,
    those are from Korea and their name was daewoo and transferred to DOOSAN the design is likely to MAN diesel engines and in my country there are many people use MAN spare parts instead of DOOSAN one

    very happy for the first discussion in your respective forum

    thanks alot apex 1
     
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    gonzo Senior Member

    So it is a Korean made Mercedes? I suppose if the parts are interchangeable the tolerances must be pretty close. What engine did they copy? I assume you meant MANN
     
  7. mohamed atia
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    mohamed atia Junior Member

    i will give more specifications in attached file and help me by your experience
     
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    mohamed atia Junior Member

    the more two common model

    thanks for your time
     

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  9. apex1

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    No Gonzo, there is no company MANN producing Diesel engines! He meant M A N that is Maschinenfabrik Augsburg Nürnberg, the largest Marine Diesel manufacturer worldwide.
    And MAN has for sure not given any permission to copy their engines. Daewoo though has the right (as many other shipbuilders worldwide) to assemble MAN engines and to cast heavier parts at their production facilities!
    Hence there was no possible way to transport heavy ship engines around the world (no such cranes did exist), this was the first "globalized" market in modern terms. All the big manufacturers like Sulzer (now Wärtsilä), B&W (now MAN) permitted the production of their engines (or at least the heaviest cast parts) at the shipyards worldwide. That still is common practice since almost 100 years now.


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    Mohamed, I had a look at their website and they are still just a contractor (assembler/co -manufacturer) of MAN engines. Did´nt notice they bought Daewoo 4 years ago.

    Regards
    Richard
     

  10. mohamed atia
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    mohamed atia Junior Member

    thanks for your opinion
    thanks alot
     
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