Provisions and supplies on board required for running a vessel.

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PHASE ADVANCER

Phase modifier which supplies leading reactive volt-amperes to the system to which it is connected; may be either synchronous or asynchronous.

MAIN

1. One of the conductors extending from the service switch, generator bus, or converter bus to the main distribution center in interior wiring. 2. See power transmission line. 3. A duct or pipe that supplies or drains ancillary branches.

JERK PUMP

A pump that supplies a precise amount of fuel to the fuel injection valve of an internal combustion engine at the time the valve opens; used for fuel injection.

HEAT SOURCE

Any device or natural body that supplies heat.

CHILLER-HEATER

A unit that supplies either chilled water for cooling or hot water for heating, (HVAC).

STORESHIP

A type of naval ship which provides supplies such as frozen, chilled and dry provisions and propulsion and aviation fuel to warships which are at sea for an extended period of time. In some navies, synonymous with replenishment oiler, fleet replenisher, or fleet tanker.

PSV

A vessel that carries supplies to drilling units or installations during field development or production.

CHANDLERS

Like a hotel at sea, a ship needs many supplies to operate and serve its crew-- groceries; paper products; engine parts; electronics; hardware

STORE

A general term for provisions, materials and supplies used aboard ship

TOTAL ENERGY

When an energy system supplies all of the electrical and the heating requirements of a defined area.

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