Modern ships have extensive and complicated electrical and electronics systems. Whether we are designing a new vessel or modifying an existing system, Elliott Bay Design Group brings decades of diverse marine electrical engineering experience to bear in satisfying each client’s specific needs. We take an integrated approach to designing complex automation and power systems, which can significantly reduce the time and cost of ship construction and maintenance.
We understand the importance of creating designs that are energy efficient and economical to operate. Our team of marine electrical engineers can provide the following services.
- New Vessel Electrical Design
- Detailed Design & Production Support
- Fault Current Analysis
- Electrical Load Analysis
- Arc Flash Analysis
- Protective Device Coordination Studies
- Voltage Drop Calculations
- Integrated System Design
- Diesel-Electric System Design
- Hybrid and All-Electric System Design
- Incident Response and Forensic Analysis
- Trouble-Shooting and Owner Support
marine electrical analysis
EBDG develops comprehensive strategies when planning or installing new electrical systems and equipment. We conduct condition assessments and analysis to determine necessary improvements. Where required, we provide a fault current analysis or a breaker coordination analysis.
alternative power solutions
EBDG conducts all-electric and alternative power fleet feasibility studies to help owners understand optimal powering solutions. Our engineers analyze electric solutions for operational efficiencies with consideration to life-cycle costs. As part of this service, we navigate our clients through competing technologies so that the result is tailored to their specific needs.
During a vessel refit, repower or modernization, consideration must be given to the electrical systems onboard. Our team of engineers provide innovative and comprehensive power and control system upgrades.
When it comes to power interfacing with a shoreside facility, EBDG designs an electrical panel and switchboard capable of the load requirements.