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COMBINED DIESEL GAS [2 records]

Record 1 2013-01-07

English

Subject field(s)
  • Propulsion of Water-Craft
  • Diesel Motors
  • Gas Turbines
CONT

In CODOG (combined diesel or gas turbine) systems the gearing is arranged such that only the diesel or gas turbine may drive the propeller or water jet at a given time.

OBS

combined diesel or gas; CODOG: term and abbreviation standardized by NATO.

French

Domaine(s)
  • Propulsion des bateaux
  • Moteurs diesel
  • Turbines à gaz
OBS

Propulsion combinée diesel et turbine à gaz.

OBS

combiné diesel ou gaz; CODOG : terme et abréviation normalisés par l'OTAN.

Spanish

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Record 2 2013-01-07

English

Subject field(s)
  • Propulsion of Water-Craft
  • Diesel Motors
  • Gas Turbines
CONT

Current generations of warship utilise a combined diesel and diesel (CODAD), combined diesel and gas (CODAG), combined gas and gas (COGAG) or, in the case of the Type 23 frigate, combined diesel electric and gas (CODLAG) propulsion configurations. The first of these descriptors is used to identify the cruise method of propulsion and the second identifies the boost or sprint method.

OBS

combined diesel and gas; CODAG: term and abbreviation standardized by NATO.

French

Domaine(s)
  • Propulsion des bateaux
  • Moteurs diesel
  • Turbines à gaz
OBS

Propulsion combinée diesel et turbine à gaz.

OBS

combiné diesel et gaz; CODAG : terme et abréviation normalisés par l'OTAN.

Spanish

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