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  1. FOQM: What are the criteria for a fuel oil service tank prior to placing on suction?
    Sat PTS sample
  2. FOQM: What is the minimum flashpoint for F-76? JP-5?
    140 degrees F
  3. FOQM: Define flashpoint?
    The lowest temperature at which fuel ignites
  4. FOQM: How many fuel oil service pumps are onboard, where are they located and how many are required to be online with both engines online in a MMR?
    • 2 in MMR 1
    • 2 in MMR 2
    • Only one is required to be online in each main space at a time to run both engines.
  5. FOQM: In each main space, what is the total capacity of the Leak down collecting tank.
    264 Gallons
  6. FOQM: For the SSDG Fuel Oil System, what is the normal operating pressure and what is the low pressure alarm set point?
    • Normal - 60-90 PSI
    • Low - 20 PSI.
  7. FOQM: What are the rated capacity of the Fuel Oil transfer pumps?
    Fuel oil transfer pumps - 230 gpm
  8. FOQM: Fuel Service Tanks in port?
    • Service tanks 80% max,
    • Storage tanks 95%
  9. FOQM: Fuel Service Tanks underway?
    • Service tanks 95%
    • Storage 95%
  10. FOQM: When are Fuel samples taken?
    • Sample prior to receiving,
    • middle,
    • end
    • and every 15 minutes during the evolution.
  11. FOQM: What to do once the source of contamination is found?
    • continue purification until BS&W results indicate a water contamination of less than 0.1%.
    • Operation between 0.1% and 0.4% BS&W is allowed but not recommended.
  12. FOQM: What happens if a sample does not pass Clear and Bright
    perform Transparency Test, Visual Sediment Test, then BS&W.
  13. FOQM: What is a SAT BS&W?
    • Sediment is less than 0.1%
    • Combined BS&W is less than 0.2%
  14. FOQM: What happens if UNSAT?
    • CO’s permission to continue operation or purify
    • change the oil and correct the cause prior to re-use.
  15. FOQM: What happens if you attain a warning condition?
    • You may operate the equipment continuously for 7 days.
    • Once you stop the equipment you have to change out the sump.
  16. FOQM: How do you do a Visual Sediment test?
    • Let the sample stand for 10 minutes upright and then slowly set it down on its side for another 10 minutes.
    • If the sediment forms an unbroken line greater than 1/8 of an inch or a single piece of sediment is greater than 1/8 of an inch it fails the test.
  17. FOQM: How do you do a Transparency test?
    • Hold up a MRC behind the sample in a well lit area and try to read the words on a card.
    • If you cannot read the card it fails the test.
  18. FOQM: What items get logged during a fuel transfer?
    • Start/stop times
    • Transferring locations (from XXX tank to XXX tank),
    • Sample results
    • Sump/tank levels at start/finish.
  19. FOQM: How to conduct a F/O BS&W?
    • 2x 100mL of fuel sample (60 deg F)
    • Spin at 1500 rpm (plus 1 min).
  20. FOQM: When do we test before and during an UNREP?
    • Before: We will be given test results from the USNS ship (i.e. DOD source) with BS&W results, Flashpoint test results and API Gravity test results. If it is a non-DOD source we have to do these tests ourselves prior to taking on fuel.
    • During: C&B start, mid, end points and every 15 min during. The Oil King on station will do C&B every 15 min and the EOOW will evaluate the start/mid/end points. We test every 15 min so in case fuel delivery tanks are changed by the UNREP ship.
  21. FOQM: What are pre-UNREP preparations the EOOW needs to support?
    • Steering checks
    • Fuel transfer from storage to service (“topping off”)
    • Oil King needs to verify alignment prior to MPA and CHENG verifying alignment (separately)
    • Comms checks on RAS stations, aft steering, Eng. spaces and with the bridge
    • Set Maximum Reliability (when ordered)
    • Set RMD (when ordered)
  22. FOQM: What is VISCOSITY?
    fluid’s resistance to flow.
  23. FOQM: What is the criteria for F/O samples?
    • Clear: absence of particles
    • Bright: absence of water
    • PPS: 8 hours
    • Standby: 24 hours
  24. FOQM: How to conduct a WIP test?
    • WIP: Water Indicating Paste
    • Use WIP at the bottom of the sounding tape
  25. FOQM: When are WIP test required?
    • Prior to transfer from storage tank
    • Weekly in-port
    • After receiving fuel
  26. FOQM: What pump is used to strip a fuel oil tank?
    Fuel Oil Transfer Pump
  27. FOQM: Where is the sample drawn during stripping?
    Discharge side
  28. FOQM: How to strip a tank?
    • 150-300 gallons
    • BSW
    • Repeat until SAT BSW
  29. FOQM: What are the types of fuel?
    • F7-6
    • JP-5
  30. FOQM: What is the flashpoint for F-76?
    140 F
  31. FOQM: What is the pourpoint for JP-5?
    - 21 F
  32. FOQM: What is DEMULSIFICATION?
    Ability to adequately separate from water
  33. FOQM: What is CLOUDPOINT?
    Pourpoint of + 10 F
  34. FOQM: What is a POURPOINT?
    freezing temperature of oil
  35. FOQM: What is API/Specific Gravity (American Petroleum Institute)
    • gravity ratio to water at 60 F
    • weekly U/W
  36. FOQM: What are the types of fuel sampling?
    • Line sample
    • Sounding sample
    • Bottom sample
  37. FOQM: What is a Line sample?
    Obtained from a designated location within the fuel system while the fuel is flowing. Ex – F/O Purifier sample
  38. FOQM: What is a Sounding sample?
    Obtained by using a sounding tape and WIP to determine the water level
  39. FOQM: What is a Bottom sample?
    Taken on the bottom surface of the tank at lowest point. Ex – Thief sample
  40. FOQM: What are the reasons for fuel testing?
    • To establish the level of CONTAMINATION
    • To ensure that the fuel can be stored SAFELY
    • To establish the density of the fuel for WEIGHT distribution and heating value
  41. FOQM: What are the required test and criteria for propulsion fuels?
    • Clear and Bright
    • BS&W
    • Free Water Detector (FWD)
    • Contaminated Fuel Detector (CFD)
  42. FOQM: What is the maximum Free Water Detector (FWD) for F-76?
    40 PPM
  43. FOQM: What is the maximum Free Water Detector (FWD) for JP-5?
    10 PPM
  44. FOQM: What is the maximum Contaminated Fuel Detector (CFD) for F-76?
    2.64 mg/l
  45. FOQM: What is the maximum Contaminated Fuel Detector (CFD) for JP-5?
    2.0 mg/l
  46. FOQM: What are the three basic evolutions to conduct testing?
    • Receipt of fuel
    • Prior and during transfer
    • Prior and during use
  47. FOQM: For Receipt of fuel, where and when is sample taken?
    • Filling connection - beginning, middle, end of receiving, and every 15 minutes
    • Check for free water using C&B procedure
  48. FOQM: For Prior and during transfer, where and when is sample taken?
    Purifier Discharge - 5 min after transfer start & every 30 min after
  49. FOQM: for Prior and during use, where and when is the sample taken?
    • Service Tanks - PPS (Prior to Placing on Suction) 8 Hours – Diesel C&B (BS&W if not C&B)
    • Filter/Separator Discharge - 5 minutes after a svc tank placed on suction 5 minutes after suction shifted to standby service tank
    • Weekly Storage Tank Samples
    • Stripping Discharge - WIP (non-compensated tanks only) API/Specific Gravity
  50. FOQM: What are the Fuel oil characteristics?
    • Flash Point – minimum 140F
    • Auto-ignition Temperature - 450F
    • Pour Point - Temp at which fuel will no longer flow
    • 30 F – F-76
    • 21 F - JP-5
    • API/Specific Gravity - Weight of given volume of fuel vs. weight of an equal volume of water at 60°F
  51. FOQM: When do we take samples?
    • Daily while operating
    • prior to transfer
    • weekly from storage tanks
    • every 4 hours while purifying
    • After starting systems (30 minutes)
  52. FOQM: Where can F/O Purifiers Pumps and Transfer Pumps take suction from?
    • Any service tanks
    • Storage tanks
    • Overflow tanks
  53. FOQM: Where can F/O Purifiers Pumps and Transfer Pumps discharge to?
    • Any service tanks
    • Storage tanks
    • But not Overflow tanks
  54. FOQM: MPDE: What is the F/O discharge pressure?
    40-75 psi
  55. FOQM: MPDE: What is the F/O discharge pressure alarm?
    30 psi
  56. FOQM: MPDE: F/O standby pump will start at what pressure?
    40 psi
  57. FOQM: MPDE: What is the F/O manifold pressure?
    35-50 psi
  58. FOQM: MPDE: What is the FO manifold alarm?
    30 psi
  59. FOQM: MPDE: What is the high F/O filter DP alarm?
    18 psi
  60. LOQM: How do you do a BS&W for 2190?
    • Fill 2x 100ml tubes with 50% sample and 50% solution
    • Spin at 1500rpm for 30 minutes (+1 min to get to 1500rpm).
  61. LOQM: Where do results go?
    • Results get logged in the LOQM log
    • SAE 40 also goes into the Kittiwake log
    • Sat samples go back to the sump.
  62. LOQM: What is the design capacity of the Lube Oil Purifier?
    • 8.3 gpm
    • 50 psig
  63. LOQM: Describe MRG Lube Oil Sequencing.
    • When running with only the attached pump online, the lead pump starts on low at 22 psi, when system pressure drops to 20 PSI, the lead pump starts on high,
    • when system pressure reaches 18 PSI the lag pump starts on high speed, so both
    • pumps start on high at 18 PSI.
  64. LOQM: What is a SNOK?
    • Standard Notes For Oil King
    • Consist of adhering to Clean Water Act,
    • CO’s Permission prior to pumping,
    • Leak down tanks must be pumped down and monitored,
    • Oil King will do initial alignment and this must be second checked by an Officer,
    • Station overflow watches,
    • Communication is key.
    • Fuel oil service tanks shall be filled immediately after being taken off suction.
    • Prior to being placed on suction, tank must be allowed sufficient time to settle, then checked for the presence of water IAW NSTM Chapter 541.
    • When a fuel oil tank is open, ensure there is no smoking or naked lights in the vicinity of the open tank.
    • The use of open lights, electrical or mechanical apparatus capable of sparking, shall not be permitted within 50 feet of a fuel hose, open tank, open sounding tube, vent, or any area where fuel oil or fuel oil vapors may be present.
    • An oil spill containment kit shall be readily available prior to and during all refueling operations.
  65. LOQM: What are the logics for MRG L/O?
    • Normal - 17-26PSI
    • Lead pump start LOW - 22 PSI
    • Lead pump goes high - 20 PSI
    • Emergency start in high - 18 PSI
    • Alarm - 17 PSI
  66. LOQM: When do we take L/O samples?
    • daily while operating
    • prior to transfer
    • weekly from storage tanks
    • every 4 hours while purifying
    • after starting systems (30 minutes)
  67. LOQM: Where do L/O results go?
    • Results get logged in the LOQM log
    • SAE 40 also goes into the Kittiwake log
    • Sat samples go back to the sump.
  68. LOQM: What is a hot bath / water bath and why is that required?
    • A water bath is to heat L/O to 120 deg F to remove cloudiness in fuel caused by low temperatures.
    • If the sample is 120 deg F and is still cloudy, that is an indication of water..
  69. LOQM: What NSTMs do L/O apply?
    • NSTM 262 - MRG 2190, LSB 2190 and MPDE
    • NSTM 245 - SSDG SAE 40
  70. LOQM: What is an efficiency sample?
    • Inlet and Outlet samples are drawn
    • Outlet must be better or equal to the inlet.
  71. LOQM: What is shooting the bowl?
    • It is sending potable water horizontally through the bowl to clean out all of the sludge that builds up during purification.
    • This occurs every 4 hours and the sludge goes to the sludge tank underneath the purifier.
    • Take a sample 30 minutes after shooting the bowl.
  72. LOQM: Is there a written requirement to purify MRG 2190 like there is to purify CPP 2190 (the CPP requirement is a minimum of 4 hours a day)?
    • No there is not
    • GBY’s requirement comes from CHENG.
  73. LOQM: What do we do with 2190 Lube Oil that fails C&B?
    • Renovate it via the purifier and settling tank (aka batch purification).
    • We send it to the settling tank and heat it there to separate the water and oil before sending it through the purifier.
  74. LOQM: How often do we check sump levels for MPDEs and LSBs?
    Daily while operating.
  75. LOQM: What are testing parameters for SAE 40?
    • Fuel dilution: change out oil if result is 3.5% or greater
    • Viscosity: Oil change is not required between 108-165 cSt
  76. LOQM: Why does viscosity matter?
    • Low viscosity = quick flow
    • High viscosity = slow flow
  77. LOQM: What is a hot bath / water bath and why is that required?
    • A water bath is to heat L/O to 120 deg F to remove cloudiness in fuel caused by low temperatures.
    • If the sample is 120 deg F and is still cloudy, that is an indication of water..
  78. LOQM: When are L/O samples required?
    • Daily when operating – MPDE, LSB
    • Weekly – CPP
  79. LOQM: What is the requirement for an unsat sample on CPP system and what are the limits?
    ?
  80. LOQM: What tests are required on 40WT Lube Oil in the MPDE and SSDG?
    ?
  81. LOQM: What is the sampling periodicity for MPDE and SSDG ?
    ?
  82. LOQM: What is the max percentage of allowable dilution?
    5
  83. LOQM: What is the max percentage of allowable thickening?
    40
  84. LOQM: What is TBn?
    Total base number: measure of the remaining amount of the alkalinity additive package that is used to neutralize acidic byproducts of combustion in the diesel engine oil
  85. LOQM: What NSTM covers 2190 and 40 WT?
    262
  86. LOQM: What NSTM covers CPP and Hydraulic Systems?
    245
  87. LOQM: MPDE: What is the maximum/alarm L/O inlet temperature?
    140 F
  88. LOQM: MPDE: What is the L/O inlet pressure?
    70-85 psi
  89. LOQM: MPDE: What is the L/O inlet pressure alarm?
    58 psi
  90. LOQM: MPDE: L/O standby pump will start at what pressure?
    65 psi
  91. LOQM: MPDE: What is the Engine shutdown L/O pressure?
    50 psi
  92. LOQM: MPDE: What is the L/O systems temperature?
    100-150F
  93. LOQM: MPDE: What is the L/O sump level?
    1,375 gl– 2,000 gl
  94. LOQM: MPDE: What is the low L/O sump level alarm?
    1,371 gl
  95. LOQM: MPDE: What is the L/O cooler DP alarm?
    30 psi
  96. LOQM: MPDE: What is the L/O strainer DP?
    2-15 psi
  97. LOQM: MPDE: What is the L/O strainer DP alarm?
    15 psi
  98. LOQM: MPDE: What is the L/O filter DP and alarm?
    • 2-14 psi
    • Alarm – 14 psi
  99. LOQM: MPDE: What is the rocker arm L/O header pressure?
    14-30 psi
  100. LOQM: MPDE: What is the rocker arm L/O pump pressure alarm?
    5 psi
  101. LOQM: MPDE: Rocker arm standby pump will start at what psi?
    10 psi
  102. LOQM: MPDE: What is the rocker arm L/O strainer DP and alarm?
    • 2-10 psi
    • Alarm – 10 psi
  103. LOQM: MPDE: What is the maximum/alarm rocker arm L/O sump temperature?
    175 F
  104. LOQM: MPDE: What is the rocker arm L/O sump tank capacity?
    6-13 gl
  105. LOQM: MPDE: What is the rocker arm LOW L/O sump level?
    11 gl
  106. FWD: What is a FWD?
    Free Water Detector
  107. FWD: What are the two types of FWD?
    • Visual
    • Digital
  108. FWD: What are the two sizes of FWD pads?
    • 25 mm (for digital only)
    • 47 mm (for visual only)
  109. FWD: FWD: How much fuel is use to fill the polyethylene sample bottle?
    500 ml
  110. FWD: FWD: Shake sample bottle for how long before placing in the vacuum pump?
    30 sec
  111. FWD: When placing pad in the FWD detector slide, what color should be facing up?
    Orange
  112. FWD: What is the passing result?
    Less than 20 ppm
  113. FWD: What happens if its greater than 20 ppm?
    Obtain a new sample one half the volume (250 ml) and multiply test result by two.
  114. HEAT STRESS: If the hanging dry bulb and WBGT are different by 5 degrees or more what action should be taken?
    Hanging thermometer should be re-calibrated, relocated or replaced
  115. HEAT STRESS: What are the requirements for the positioning of dry bulb thermometers?
    Hung with non-conductive material 2 feet from vent duct opening
  116. HEAT STRESS: Who can authorize extension of safe stay times?
    C.O.
  117. HEAT STRESS: When is Heat Stress Survey required?
    • At 90 deg for watches <4 hours,
    • at 100 deg for watches >4 hours,
    • prior to drill sets over 3 hours,
    • after a heat stress casualty, whenever ordered.
  118. HEAT STRESS: Which curves apply t Green Bay?
    • 1-4 for work,
    • 1-2 for watches,
    • PHEL 5 for sculleries.
  119. HEAT STRESS: What is the WBGT?
    A Wet Bulb Globe Temperature is a handheld meter used for manual heat stress surveys.
  120. HEAT STRESS: What are the contributors to heat?
    • Water in the bilge,
    • missing or torn lagging,
    • fumes/stack gases.
  121. HEAT STRESS: When is a follow on survey required?
    After a 5 degree change in temperature, either higher or lower.
  122. HEAT STRESS: What is AHSS?
    Automatic Heat Stress System
  123. HEAT STRESS: What is the definition of manned space?
    Spaces shall be considered manned if a roving patrol or system monitor frequents the spaces at least every 60 minutes and inspects the space for fire, flooding or sabotage
  124. HEAT STRESS: What is the reference for heat stress?
    5100.19E
  125. HEAT STRESS: When is a survey required?
    • When ordered
    • When a heat stress casualty occurs
    • Watches are 4 hours or less and the DB is 100 deg F
    • Watches are greater than 4 hours and the DB temp is 90 deg F
    • Wthe DB temp is 85 deg F in the scullery
    • Prior to Engineering Casualty control drills that expect to last longer than 3 hours..
  126. HEAT STRESS: What will trigger a repeat/follow-on survey?
    • The DB changes 5 deg F up/down and would cause the stay time to increase/decrease.
    • The WB changes 3 deg F up/down.
  127. HEAT STRESS: What is a localized survey?
    • A survey done in a space due to special circumstances.
    • For example, the EOOW can order a heat stress survey for a space known for poor ventilation and high temperatures that is scheduled for multiple hours of work.
  128. HEAT STRESS: What are symptoms of heat stress and heat stroke?
    • Heat stress - pupils dilated, cold/wet/clammy skin, sweat, skin rash, reported tiredness/dizziness
    • Heat stroke - pupils constricted, dry/pale skin
  129. HEAT STRESS: What equipment/space factors contribute to heat stress?
    • poor ventilation
    • water/liquids in bilges
    • lagging missing on pipes
    • exhaust leaks
  130. HEAT STRESS: What factors related to the watch stander contribute to heat stress?
    • poor hydration
    • poor athletic ability
    • clothing
    • poor eating habits
    • lack of adequate rest
    • consumption of coffee/energy drinks.
  131. HEAT STRESS: How do stack gases impact stay time?
    Stack gases are fuel combustion gases whose negative physiological effects are exacerbated by heat stress.
  132. HEAT STRESS: What to do if stack gases are prevalent in a space?
    Take the calculated stay time and divide it by 3 for the updated stay time.
  133. HEAT STRESS: What are symptoms of stack gases having an effect on an individual?
    • Tingling sensation on the nose, fingers, toes, tip of the tongue; eyes water/burn; feel dizzy
    • difficulty breathing
  134. HEAT STRESS: How is recovery time determined for watch standers?
    • Whichever of these two times is less equals the recovery time before reentry:
    • 4 hours or
    • exposure time multiplied by 2.
  135. HEAT STRESS: When conducting a survey how long must you wait before taking first reading and how long between watch stations and why?
    ?
  136. HEAT STRESS: What reading is used to conduct the manual calculation?
    ?
  137. HEAT STRESS: What is the max temp difference between manual calc and metered WBGT?
    .2
  138. HEAT STRESS: What does PHEL stand for?
    Physical Heat Exposure Limit
  139. HEAT STRESS: What are the symptoms of Heat Exhaustion and heat stroke?
    ?
  140. HEAT STRESS: What instruction and Chapter covers heat stress?
    5100.19F, B2
  141. HEAT STRESS: What is the max temp difference between the hanging dry bulb and metered dry bulb?
    5
  142. HEAT STRESS: What is the proper way of mounting a hanging dry bulb?
    2 feet from the vent ducting with a non-conductive material
  143. HEAT STRESS: Who can extend stay times?
    CO
  144. HEAT STRESS: How many PHEL curves are there and which do we normally use?
    • I – Normal
    • II – Non-routing
    • III – Drills
    • IV – V – Heavy workload
  145. HEARING: What reference?
    5100.19F
  146. HEARING: What are the three times to test for hearing?
    • Reference (baseline) hearing test (entry in Naval Service)
    • Monitoring hearing test (annual)
    • Termination hearing test (termination of Naval Service)
  147. HEARING: How often are noise hazardous noise areas surveyed?
    When new equipment is added or removed
  148. HEARING: Who surveys noise hazardous areas?
    Industrial Hygienist
  149. HEARING: When is hearing protection required?
    • Continuous noise levels of 84 decibels (db) = single
    • Continuous noise levels of 104 db = double
    • Impact noise levels of 140 db = single
    • Impact noise levels of 160 db = double
  150. HEARING: What are hearing testing requirements?
    Annual audiograms. If the test is failed once there will be a repeat. If the recalculated threshold/baseline is low enough, you will get examined by an audiologist. Otherwise your baseline will just be readjusted to the lower level.
  151. HEARING: How do you know a space is 84db and requires single level hearing protection?
    Spaces have yellow and black placards outside entrances that specify requirements. Spaces are tested by an Industrial Hygienist.
  152. HEARING: What is an STS (Significant threshold Shift)?
    A change of 15 db or greater at a test frequency from 1,000 hz to 4,000 hz in either ear or a change in hearing averaging 10 db or more at 2000, 3000, and 4000 hz in either ear.
  153. HEARING: Who are enrolled in the hearing program?
    • Engineers
    • BM
    • Air
    • SH
  154. HEARING: What is the purpose of the Hearing Program?
    To prevent occupational hearing loss and assure auditory fitness for duty of all navy personnel
  155. HEARING: What is required when you fail an audiogram?
    14 hours out of the space with 80 db
  156. HEARING: What is STS?
    Significant Threshold Shift
  157. HEARING: What ratings on the ship are enrolled in the HCP?
    ?
  158. HEARING: Who determines noise hazardous areas onboard ship?
    ?
  159. HEARING: What instruction and Chapter covers hearing conversation?
    5100.19, B4
  160. TURBO CHARGER: What is the max speed of the Turbocharger?
    26,300
  161. TURBO CHARGER: MPDE: What is the turbocharger maximum speed?
    26,300 rpm
  162. TURBO CHARGER: What maximum deviation is for 1 TC?
    250
  163. TURBO CHARGER: What maximum deviation is for 2 TC?
    150
  164. TURBO CHARGER: What speed is 2 TC?
    23,000
  165. TURBO CHARGER: What speed is 1 TC?
    Below 23,000
  166. L/O PURIFIER: What are the rated capacity of the Fuel Oil Purifier?
    Purifier - 100 gpm
  167. L/O PURIFIER: Main engine lube oil purification must be operating (sump to sump) for how long?
    2 hours prior to starting main engine, continuously during main engine operation and for 12 hours after main engine has been shutdown.
  168. L/O PURIFIER: L/O outlet temperature from the heater must never exceed what temp?
    195 F
  169. L/O PURIFIER: L/O heater outlet temp for SAE 40 weight must be maintained at what temp?
    190 F +/- 5 F
  170. L/O PURIFIER: What is the normal speed for the purifier?
    8,500 rpm
  171. L/O PURIFIER: What is the purifying rate?
    500 gph
  172. L/O PURIFIER: What indicates purifier is up to speed?
    Speed indicator indicates 85 pulsations per 60 sec
  173. L/O PURIFIER: What is the purifier manual back pressure valve outlet pressure?
    15-18 psi
  174. L/O PURIFIER: Purifier must be placed in what mode prior to SHOOT?
    STBY
  175. L/O PURIFIER: How is purifier placed in STBY?
    Place the FLOW FORWARD selector switch to the “STOP/RESET” position
  176. L/O PURIFIER: How long should you wait for the purifier to stop?
    4-5 minutes
  177. L/O PURIFIER: Purifier should operate how many hours prior to engine start and after engine shutdown?
    2 hours
  178. J/W: What is the total capacity of the Jacket Water Expansion Tanks for the MPDE’s and what is the normal operating level?
    • 200 Gallons
    • 150 gallons.
  179. J/W: When are J/W samples required?
    • After FFT (Freshly Filled and Treat
    • After adding water or inhibitor to system
    • At least monthly IAW PMS.
  180. J/W: What is the criteria fro J/W testing?
    • Must operate engine within 24 hours
    • Must sample w/in 10 minutes after reaching operating temp
    • Must test within 1 hour
    • Sample must be 100 deg F. or less.
  181. J/W: What NSTM is J/W found?
    NSTM 220 V. 3
  182. J/W: What NSTM is for J/W?
    NSTM 220 VOL 3
  183. J/W: Jacket water program required samples
    • After freshly filling and treating (FFT)
    • After adding water to the system (AWA)
    • After adding inhibitor to the system (ACA)
    • Monthly (RTE)
    • PMS
    • Other
  184. J/W: What are the reasons for treating diesel engine jacket water
    • Scale
    • Corrosion
    • Cavitation Corrosion
  185. J/W: NALCOOL 2000; what is Coolant To Water Ratio:
    3 gal : 100 gal water
  186. J/W: what are the testing Limits
    • Nitrite: 1000 ppm min
    • Chloride: 100 ppm max
  187. J/W: If chloride contamination exceeds 100 ppm what following corrective actions to take:
    • Dump and flush entire system
    • Locate and correct source of contamination
    • Fill the cooling system with water and dump
    • Sample and test the flush water for conductivity
    • Continue to flush until water is <150 umho / cm
    • Freshly fill and treat upon completion
  188. J/W: What should you do when ambient temperature is below 50 F?
    JW combustion air heater cic pump must be placed in operation
  189. J/W: What are the sampling periodicities for Jacket Water?
    Monthly
  190. J/W: What are the limits for JW test?
    100 ppm chlorine
  191. What chemical is used to treat JW and what purpose does it provide?
    NARCOOL 2000
  192. What is the ratio for treating JW?
    3:100 gl of water
  193. What is the required level in the JW tank prior to starting an Engine?
    ½ to ¾
  194. What signs are required to be posted on all JW tanks?
    POISON, NOT TO BE USED FOR EMERGENCY DRINKING WATER
  195. What NSTM covers JW?
    220 v3
  196. MPDE: What is the JW max outlet temperature across engine?
    190 F
  197. MPDE: What is JW the inlet pressure?
    43-71
  198. MPDE: What is the JW inlet pressure alarm?
    40 psi
  199. MPDE: JW standby pump wills start at what psi?
    43 psi
  200. MPDE: What is the capacity of JW cooling system (including expansion tank)?
    1,200 gl
  201. MPDE: What should be the temperature prior to securing the JW keep warm?
    150 F
  202. MPDE: What is the JW keep warm pressure?
    43-70 psi
  203. MPDE: What kind of MPDE do we have?
    • Colt-Pielstick high shock
    • Model 16PC2.5V STC Marine engines
    • 16 cylinder arranged in 45 degree vee configuration
    • Rated - 10,400 bhp
    • 520 rpm
    • Sequential turbocharge (STC)
    • 4-cycle
    • Non-reversing
    • Dry crankcase
  204. MPDE: In the MPDE intake system, how many filter panels are there for each engine?
    16
  205. MPDE: What are the MPDE start permissive?
    • Barring gear disengaged
    • Clutch disengaged
    • E-stop normal
    • Overspeed normal
    • Emergency shut valve opened
    • Control air @ 189 psi min.
    • Local/remote in remote
  206. MPDE: At what temperature should the MPDE L/O be prior to placing under load?
    100 F
  207. MPDE: What are the logics for MPDE?
    • Normal pressure - 70-85 PSI
    • Stby pump starts - 58 PSI Alarm
    • Shut down - 50 PSI
  208. MPDE: What are auto shutdowns for MPDE?
    • Loss of L/O
    • Overspeed
  209. MPDE: What are the MPDE’s rated at?
    • 520
    • 200 – idle
  210. MPDE: What is the special setpoint for overspeed trip?
    • 572-582 – mechanical
    • 582-592 – electrical
  211. MPDE: What is the max combined exh cylinder temp?
    1200
  212. MPDE: What is the setpoint for Main Bearing Temp? What is the Hi Deviation setpoint?
    ?
  213. MPDE: What is the clutch air pressure low alarm?
    ?
  214. MPDE: What is the JW outlet temp alarm setpoint?
    190
  215. MPDE: What is the Fuel filter Delta P setpoint?
    18
  216. MPDE: What is the low pressure alarm set point for Main Engine L/O pump?
    ?
  217. MPDE: What is the rocker L/O strainer Delta P?
    10
  218. MPDE: What is the high exh cylinder temp?
    1060
  219. MPDE: What is the blow in door setpoint?
    ?
  220. MPDE: MPDE: What is the maximum clutch air pressure?
    190.7 psi
  221. MPDE: What is the start air pressure?
    399-500 psi
  222. MPDE: What is the start air pressure alarm?
    277 psi
  223. MPDE: What is the engine speed?
    200-526 rpm
  224. MPDE: What is the electrical shutdown speed?
    572 rpm
  225. MPDE: What is the range for fuel rack position?
    4-5 mm to 47 mm
  226. MPDE: What is the maximum air manifold pressure?
    35-140 psi
  227. MPDE: What is the air manifold temperature alarm?
    100 F
  228. MPDE: What is the maximum main bearing temperature?
    194 F
  229. MPDE: What is the maximum thrust bearing temperature?
    165 F
  230. MPDE: What is the minimum crankcase vacuum?
    -1
  231. MPDE: What is the cranckcase vacuum alarm?
    +1
  232. MPDE: What is the thrust bearing ahead/astern temperature alarm?
    199.9 F
  233. MPDE: What is the thrust bearing oil temperature alarm?
    160 F
  234. MPDE: What is the Mn pinion bearing temperature alarm?
    160 F
  235. MPDE: What is the bull gear bearing temperature alarm?
    150.1 F
  236. MPDE: What is the turning gear bearing temperature alarm?
    160 F
  237. MPDE: When is it safe to stop the last L/O pump?
    Until engine has come to a complete stop
  238. MPDE: How long can a L/O pump run after MPDE shutdown?
    10 min
  239. MPDE: When should the main engine L/O purification operate?
    • 2 hours prior to start (sump to sump)
    • Continuously during operation
    • 12 hours after shutdown
  240. MPDE: Before starting MPDE what should be the L/O temperature?
    100-140 F
  241. MPDE: Before engaging CPP clutch what should be the oil sump temperature?
    100-140 F
  242. MPDE: Before starting MPDE what should be the L/O inlet temperature?
    Greater than 110 F
  243. MPDE: Before starting MPDE what should be the JW outlet temperature?
    Great than 160 F
  244. MPDE: Why should the crankcase vacuum fan run at all times?
    To minimize moisture and condensate within the engine crankcase
  245. MPDE: When should the JW keep warm system be secured?
    Prior to starting MPDE
  246. MPDE: What is the F/O manifold pressure?
    35-50 psi
  247. MPDE: When should the dehumidifier be operated?
    • Off – when engine is running
    • On – when engine is secured
  248. MPDE: When should the electrostatic precipitator be operated?
    • Off – when engine is secured
    • On – when engine is running
  249. SSDG: For the SSDGs, state the following ratings: KW; Volts; Amps; RPM; Hz; and Power factor?
    • 2500 kw
    • 450 Volts
    • 4009 Amps
    • 900 RPM
    • 60 HZ
    • .8PF
  250. SSDG: Explain the difference between selective and selected tripping.
    • Selective – is breaker trips nearest to the fault
    • Selected – trying to find a fault.
  251. SSDG: On the SSDG what does the attached L/O pump supply oil to?
    • Main bearings
    • Pistons
    • Connecting Rods
    • Lifters
    • Camshaft
    • Crankshaft
    • Rocker Arm Assembly
    • Piston Cooling Nozzle
    • Turbocharger.
  252. SSDG: What are auto shutdowns for SSDG?
    • Seawater - 5.1 psi
    • Jacket water - 228 deg
    • Crankcase pressure - .09 in of vac
    • Overspeed - 113%
    • L/O - 38 PSI
  253. SSDG: How many Load Centers (LC) are there and how are they numbered?
    • 16 Load Center
    • 8 port, 8 starboard
    • The first number of the load center is 1-8. 1-6 run forward to aft and 7-8 are above the main deck.
  254. SSDG: What is a split plant?
    1 SSDG and 1 STBY per bus
  255. SSDG: JW should be at what temperature prior to starting?
    No lower than 115 F
  256. Why should you not operate SSDG for an extended period at reduced load?
    May cause oil consumption and carbon buildup in the cylinders
  257. SSDG: What is the normal speed for SSDG?
    900 rpm
  258. SSDG: What is the speed trip for SSDG?
    113% rated
  259. SSDG: What is the normal crankcase pressure for SSDG?
    .04 psi
  260. SSDG: What is the trip setting for SSDG crankcase?
    .1450 psi
  261. SSDG: What is the normal SSDG L/O filter DP?
    0-10 psi
  262. SSDG: What is the alarm setting for SSDG L/O filter DP?
    11 psi
  263. SSDG: What is the normal SSDG L/O pressure?
    65 psi
  264. SSDG: What is the alarm setting for SSDG L/O pressure?
    46 psi
  265. SSDG: What is the trip setting for SSDG L/O pressure?
    38 psi
  266. What is the normal SSDG L/O temperature?
    185 F
  267. SSDG: What is the alarm setting for SSDG L/O temperature?
    198 F
  268. SSDG: What is the normal cylinder exh temperature for SSDG?
    734-968 F
  269. SSDG: What is the alarm setting for cylinder exh temperature for SSDG?
    1,022 F
  270. SSDG: What is the maximum cylinder diff temp for SSDG?
    150 F
  271. SSDG: What is the maximum SSDG F/O pressure?
    155 psi
  272. SSDG: What is the SSDG F/O pressure alarm setting?
    58 psi
  273. SSDG: What is the normal air intake manifold pressure for SSDG?
    31-39 psi
  274. SSDG: What is the normal temperature for SSDG JW outlet temp?
    201-206 F
  275. SSDG: What is the alarm setting for SSDG JW outlet temp?
    217 F
  276. SSDG: What is the trip setting for SSDG JW outlet temp?
    228 F
  277. SSDG: What is the normal JW pump discharge pressure for SSDG?
    26-33 psi
  278. SSDG: What is the alarm setting for SSDG JW pump discharge pressure?
    10 psi
  279. SSDG: What is the normal SW pressure for SSDG?
    20-50 psi
  280. SSDG: What is the alarm setting for SSDG SW pressure?
    10 psi
  281. SSDG: What is the trip setting for SSDG SW pressure?
    5.1 psi
  282. SSDG: What is the normal after clr out temp for SSDG?
    89-100 F
  283. SSDG: What is the normal starting air pressure for SSDG?
    450 +- 5
  284. SSDG: What is the normal bearing temp (engine end) for SSDG?
    0-184 F
  285. SSDG: What is the alarm setting for bearing temp (engine end) for SSDG?
    185 F
  286. SSDG: What is the normal air clr out for SSDG?
    0-175 F
  287. SSDG: What is the alarm setting for SSDG air clr out?
    185 F
  288. SSDG: What is the normal air clr in for SSDG?
    0-301 F
  289. SSDG: What is the alarm setting for SSDG air clr in?
    302
  290. SSDG: What is the normal stator temperature for SSDG?
    0-265 F
  291. SSDG: What is the alarm setting for SSDG stator temperature?
    266 F
  292. SSDG: What is the normal L/O pressure for SSDG?
    17-20 psi
  293. SSDG: SSDG: What is the alarm setting for SSDG L/O pressure?
    6.1 psi
  294. SSDG: What happens when a generator circuit breaker is opened?
    Cooldown state for 5 minutes
  295. LPAC: What are the three default LP air output?
    • 105-115 psi
    • 110-120 psi
    • 115-125 psi
  296. LPAC: What is the pressure for LAG?
    110-120 psi
  297. LPAC: What is the pressure for LEAD?
    115-125 psi
  298. LPAC: What is the normal liquid level in separator?
    3/8 to 7/8 full on sight glass
  299. LPAC: What happens to the LPAC if runs unloaded for 10 minutes?
    Stops automatically and starts when selected pressure is reached
  300. MPAC: What is the normal inlet pressure?
    200-230 psig
  301. LPAC: What is the outlet Dew Point?
    - 0.2 F
  302. CFW: What is the CFW expansion tank normal level?
    ¾ (150 gl)
  303. CFW: What systems is CFW used for?
    • L/O Cooler
    • JW Cooler
    • Reduction Gear Cooler
  304. CFW: MPDE: What is the CFW maximum inlet temperature?
    103 F (high alarm)
  305. CFW: MPDE: What is the CFW charge air cooler outlet temperature?
    140 F
  306. CFW: MPDE: What is the CFW maximum cooler inlet temperature?
    123 F
  307. CFW: MPDE: What is the CFW pump discharge pressure alarm?
    29 psi
  308. CFW: MPDE: What is the CFW max inlet temperature?
    175 F
  309. CFW: MPDE: What is the CFW pump discharge?
    30-75 psi
  310. CFW: MPDE: Before starting MPDE what should be the CFW outlet temperature?
    Greater than 90 F
  311. FM: How many Fire Pump are there?
    10
  312. FM: What is the FP discharge pressure?
    166-230 psi
  313. FM: What is the operating firemain pressure?
    133 psi
  314. FM: What type of firemain system we have onboard?
    10” offset vertical loop
  315. FM: How many sources of power does a fire pump has?
    2
  316. FM: Fire pumps are rated at what?
    ?
  317. FM: What are the allowable operating limits?
    ?
  318. FM: How does the loss of electrical power affect the operation of firemain?
    ?
  319. FM: Name the systems firemain interface with?
    ?
  320. FM: How many systems use firemain as back-up and what are they?
    ?
  321. ASW: What is the ASW normal system pressure?
    35-85 psi
  322. ASW: What is the Low ASW pressure?
    34.8 psi
  323. ASW: What is the High ASW pressure?
    88 psi
  324. WM: How many water mist pumps are there?
    2
  325. A full water mist tank will last for how long?
    15 min
  326. WM: What spaces does water mist pump no. 1 serve?
    • Aux 1
    • Aux 2
    • MN 1
  327. WM: What spaces does water mist pump no. 2 serve?
    • Aux 3
    • MN 2
  328. DBAC: What is a DBAC?
    Deballast Air Compressor
  329. DBAC: What happens to DBAC if L/O pressure does not increase above 13 psi?
    It will auto shutdown after 10 sec of operation
  330. DBAC: What is the maximum DBAC discharge pressure?
    20 psi at 2160 CFM
  331. DBAC: What is the DBAC high air discharge pressure?
    24 psi
  332. DBAC: What is the DBAC L/O pump discharge pressure range?
    14-22 psi
  333. DBAC: What is the DBAC L/O temperature range?
    135-148 F
  334. DBAC: What is the DBAC high L/O temperature trip?
    150 F
  335. DBAC: What is the DBAC maximum air discharge temperature?
    350 F
  336. EDG: What is an EDG?
    Electronic Disinfectant Generator
  337. EDG: How many EDG are there?
    2
  338. EDG: What are the locations of EDGs?
    MMR 1 and MMR 2
  339. EDG: How is the mixed oxidant solution produced by the EDG used?
    • Used as disinfectant, not for drinking water
    • It must be diluted with water before it is used for drinking
    • It must be used within 24 hours
  340. EDG: What is normal inlet pressure?
    25-100 psi
  341. EDG: During normal operation, how much salt does the EDG consume?
    10-15 lbs/day
  342. EDG: What is the normal salt tank level?
    1/3-1/2 full
  343. EDG: What is the EDG recirc pump discharge pressure?
    75-95 psi
  344. EDG: How long should the recirc operate with what injection rate to reach .2 ppm?
    15 min with 5-6 gph injection rate
  345. EDG: What is the EDG inlet water flow?
    10-12 gph
  346. EDG: What is the EDG inlet water pressure?
    25-100 psi
  347. EDG: What is the EDG inlet air flow?
    20scfm
  348. EDG: What is the inlet air pressure?
    35-125 psi
  349. EDG: What is the ambient temperature?
    50-110 F
  350. EDG: What is an ECG?
    Electrolytic Chlorine Generator
  351. EDG: What many ECG are there?
    5
  352. EDG: What is the ECG strainer diff pressure?
    0-8 psid
  353. EDG: What is the ECG flow diff pressure?
    2.5-30 psid
  354. EDG: What is the ECG chlorinator outlet pressure?
    15-50 psi
  355. EDG: What is the ECG chlorine output?
    30-320 ppm
  356. EDG: What is the ECG chlorine generator current?
    0-450 A
  357. EDG: What is the ECG chlorine generator voltage?
    0-28 VDC
  358. ORM: What NSTM is discharging over the side?
    • NSTM 593
    • OPNAVINST 5090.1B
  359. ORM: What is the distance for CHT?
    12 NM
  360. ORM: What is the distance for RO?
    12 NM
  361. ORM: What is the distance for Oily Waste?
    Less than 15 PPM – 50 NM
  362. ORM: What NSTM governs the shipboard usage and treatment of diesel jacket water?
    NSTM 220 Vol 3
  363. ORM: Name the legal records for the engineering department?
    • Engineering Log
    • Bell Log
  364. ORM: What does the MPDE seawater service system cool and what is the rated output for each pump?
    It cools the Central freshwater system Output - 1450 GPM, 55 PSI.
  365. RO: What are the three major sections for the reverse osmosis unit?
    • Pre-treatment
    • HP Pump
    • R/O modules.
  366. RO: Where are the Reverse Osmosis Safety devices located?
    • Seawater Manifold
    • Permeate outlet line
    • Electrical System
  367. MRG: What is the main reduction gear ratio?
    3.145:1
  368. MRG: What type of clutches do we have?
    Dry type, Pneumatic engaged, spring released clutch
  369. MRG: What is the purpose of the main reduction gear?
    To change the high speed low torque dual input to a low speed high torque single output.
  370. MRG: What is the reduction, single or double?
    Single
  371. MRG: What are the permissives or engaging the clutch?
    • shaft lock disengaged
    • turning gear disengaged
    • thrust bearing full
    • most remote bearing 17 PSI
    • clutch air normal
  372. MRG: What is the purpose of the Kingsbury Thurst?
    To absorb the thrust
  373. MRG: What is the clutch engagement permissive?
    • SHAFT LOCK DISENGAGE
    • TURN GEAR DISENGAGE
    • THR BRG FULL
    • MRB 17 PSI MIN
    • CLUTCH AIR PRESS NORMAL
  374. MRG: What should be the engine speed prior to decluctching one engine?
    Below 300 rpm
  375. MRG: What should you do when MRG oil pressure is above 80 psi?
    Stop MRG standby L/O pump
  376. MRG: MPDE: What is the MRG sump temperature alarm?
    160 F
  377. MRG: MPDE: What is the MRG sump level?
    266-419 gl
  378. MRG: MPDE: What is maximum MRG L/O filter DP?
    10 psid
  379. MRG: MPDE: What is the MRG L/O filter DP alarm?
    10.2 psid
  380. MRG: MPDE: What is the MRG header temperature?
    90-130 F
  381. MRG: MPDE: What is the MRG header pressure?
    • 18-26 psi
    • Alarm – 18 psi
  382. MRG: MPDE: What is the maximum MRG pump discharge pressure?
    80 psi
  383. MRG: MPDE: What is the MRG pump discharge pressure alarm?
    29 psi
  384. MRG: MPDE: What is the MRG most remote bearing pressure and alarm?
    • 17-26 psi
    • Warning – 18 psi
    • Low – 17 psi
  385. MRG: MPDE: What is the maximum MRG bearing temperature?
    160 F
  386. MRG: MPDE: Before placing the MRG in operation what should be the oil sump temperature?
    90 F min
  387. AIR: Name 3 of the vital air services.
    Dry Air system, Fuel Oil Purifier Control Valves, Air controlled valves in the ballast and de-ballast system, Lube Oil temperature regulating valves, Ventilation system air tight enclosures, ammunition hoists, SSDG engine controls, MPDE engine controls, Port and STBD inflatable shaft seals, and the control air system.
  388. AIR: List at least two low-pressure air end users in the machinery spaces?
    F/O purifier SSDG & MPDE blow in doors
  389. CPP: How does water get into the L/O system? What about CPP specifically?
    • Since the purifiers use potable water, some water can leak into the system that way.
    • If propeller seals are worn sea water can get into the CPP system, especially in-port or when the shaft is locked.
  390. CPP: What to do when CPP/2190 oil sample is hazy?
    • Conduct hot bath
    • If it still fails, identify cause
  391. CPP: Prior to starting CPP, what should be the thrust mode and pitch?
    • “M DISENGA”
    • “0” pitch
  392. CPP: What is a HOPM?
    Hydraulic Oil Power Module
  393. CPP: Why should the servo supply bypass valves (1-PHS-V-28, 2-PHS-V-28) be opened prior to system startup?
    • Incase the setting of the HOPM relief valves have been altered
    • After system startup up and after ensuring proper relief valve setting, valves should be closed
  394. CPP: What is the HUB pressure?
    50-800 psig
  395. CPP: What is the AUX Servo pressure?
    325-350 psig
  396. CPP: What makes up the CPP Hydraulic System?
    HOPM, OD Box, Propeller Hub, CPP Head tank, Gear Driven hydraulic oil pump, an electric motor driven standby hydraulic oil pump
  397. CPP: What is the emergency pitch used for?
    To manually move the valve rod and propeller hub blades to a fixed position
  398. CPP: What are the 5 major valves in CPP?
    • 2 check valves
    • 1 pilot operated unloading valve
    • 1 main relief valve
    • 1 sequence valve
    • 1 aux servo
  399. CPP: Where are pressure reducing valve and aux servo relief valve located?
    On the HOPM.
  400. CPP: What is the by-pass valve for?
    The bypass valve must be open during system start-up or emergency operation. However, when the CP system is operating in remote or local manual operation mode, the bypass valve must be closed.
  401. CPP: What is the valve rod?
    The valve rod is a mechanical link between the aux servo piston and the regulating valve pin and liner in the hub. It also serves as a passage to transmit high-pressure hydraulic power oil to the hub piston. The valve rod moves axially fore and aft when control oil changes the position of the aux servo piston. The movement of the valve rod changes the position of the regulating valve pin in relationship to the liner, and hydraulic power oil is allowed to flow into the hub. The return oil from the hub flows back through the bore of the shaft around the outside of the valve rod. Guides inside the propeller shafting support the valve rod.
  402. CPP: What is the cross-head?
    The axial movement of the crosshead causes rotary movement of the crank pin rings. This rotary movement is transmitted to the propeller blades.The blade is bolted to the crank pin ring and turns with it. This configuration allows the axial movement of the crosshead to transfer rotary motion to the crank pin rings. The propeller blades are mounted over the crank pin rings and are directly affected by any rotary motion of the crank pin rings.
  403. CPP: What is the purpose of the head tank?
    Maintains pressure on the system in port to prevent seawater intrusion.
  404. CPP: What is CPP sump Capacity?
    500 gl
  405. CPP: What is CPP sump operating level?
    300-400 gl
  406. CPP: What is CPP sump Low and High Alarms?
    • Low - 225
    • High – 425
  407. CPP: Which systems have logics?
    • CPP
    • M/E L/O
    • MRG L/O
    • VCHT
  408. CPP: Why is CPP different?
    Because the 2190 is used as hydraulic oil vice lubricating oil.
  409. CPP: What happens if after 48 hours the results do not improve? (or even get worse)
    • perform a detailed inspection of the CPP system to determine the source of contamination.
    • Continue system purification for the maximum hours per day possible and monitor results until conditions improve.
    • A message report needs to be sent and outside tech assists may be requested.
  410. CPP: MPDE: What is the maximum/alarm CPP oil temperature?
    • Max - 130 F
    • Low – 68 F
    • Hi – 158 F
  411. CPP: MPDE: What is the CPP sump level?
    300-400 gl
  412. CPP: MPDE: What is the CPP sump level alarms?
    • Low – 225 gl
    • Hi – 425 gl
  413. CPP: MPDE: What is the HUB oil pressure?
    50-800 psi
  414. CPP: MPDE: What is the HUB oil pressure alarm?
    750 psi
  415. CPP: MPDE: What is the aux servo pressure?
    325-350 psi
  416. CPP: MPDE: What is the aux servo low pressure alarm?
    200 psi
  417. CPP: MPDE: What is the maximum pitch?
    120%
  418. SHAFT: How long are the Port and STBD shafts?
    • Port shaft – 194 ft 6 in
    • STBD shaft – 350 ft 3.5 in.
  419. SHAFT: How many LSB ?
    • Port Shaft – 3
    • Starboard Shaft - 9.
  420. SHAFT: What is the capacity of the Line Shaft Bearing?
    18 Gallons
  421. SHAFT: MPDE: What is the max shaft speed?
    167 rpm
  422. SHAFT: MPDE: What is the LSB temperature alarm?
    180 F
  423. RO: At what PPM will the Green indication light on the Reverse Osmosis Unit indicate the dump valve can be Reset?
    450 PPM
  424. RO: Where are the MP to LP air reducing stations located?
    MER 1 and MER2
  425. RO: At what levels are the high and low level alarms on the potable water tanks?
    • High - 90%
    • Low - 10%
  426. TAG-OUT: What is double valve required?
    • High temperature (200 F or more).
    • High pressure (1,000 PSI or greater).
    • All sea connected systems (except lines less than 1/2 inch NPS inboard of the backup valves)
    • All hull penetrations below the maximum anticipated waterline (except mechanical and electrical penetrations designed for single closure (e.g., shaft or cable penetrations, etc.)
    • Fluids with flash point below 200°F.
    • Oxygen.
    • Hazardous, toxic vapor (dry cleaning fluid, photo-chemical fluids and phosphate ester hydraulic fluid).
  427. TAG-OUT: When is single valve authorized?
    Liquid or gas systems not requiring two barrier protection per paragraph 6 and Table 1 of TUMS, at least one pressure barrier shall be established between the maintenance area and the system liquid or gas.
  428. TAG-OUT: Out of Calibration vs. Out of commission?
    • An orange label used to identify instruments that are out of calibration and will not accurately indicate parameters.
    • A red label used to identify instruments that will not correctly indicate parameters because they are defective, or isolated from the system. This label indicates that the instrument cannot be relied on and must be repaired and recalibrated, or reconnected to the system, before use.
  429. TAG-OUT: Our Tag out index is:
    • SOMS TERMINAL
    • TUMS
    • ACTIVE LIRS
    • ACTIVE TORS
    • CLEARED LIRS
    • CLEARED TORS
    • RECORD OF AUDIT
  430. TAG-OUT: HOW MANY TAG-OUT LOGS ARE THERE?
    • Two tag out logs.
    • One for Engineering and one for Combat.
  431. PROGRAM: What are the engineering programs?
    • ELECTRICAL SAFETY
    • LOQM
    • FOQM
    • HEARING CONSERVATION
    • HEAT STRESS
    • TRAINING
    • LEGAL RECORDS
    • EOSS
    • OPERATING LOGS
    • JACKET WATER
    • POTABLE WATER
    • QA
    • GUAGE CALIBRATION
    • PQS
    • BEARING RECORDS
    • DIESEL READINESS
    • TAG OUT PROGRAM
  432. LEGAL RECORDS: What are Legal Records?
    • Engineering Log
    • Bell Log
  433. LEGAL RECORDS: How are long they required to be kept?
    3 Years
  434. LEGAL RECORDS: What are EOOW’s required to do during watch?
    Record results in the Engineering Log and close outs.
  435. LEGAL RECORDS: Who does the inspections?
    CHENG or MPA if authorized by the CO
  436. QA: What are the 3 types of packages?
    • MP
    • FWP
    • CWP
  437. QA: What is Objective Quality Evidence (OQE)?
    Any statement of fact, either quantitative or qualitative, pertaining to the quality of a product or service based on observations, measurements or test which can be verified.
  438. QA: When is a FWP required?
    A Controlled Work Package (CWP) is required when higher authority requires a record (Objective Quality Evidence (OQE)) of repairs/maintenance.
  439. QA: What are examples of Maintenance Procedures?
    • Planned Maintenance System (PMS) Maintenance Requirement Card (MRC)
    • Maintenance Standard (MS)
    • Ships System Manual (SSM)
    • Component Technical Manual
    • Shipyard Process Instruction
    • Ship Alteration Instruction
    • Reactor Plant Manual (RPM)
    • Alteration and Improvement Instruction (A&I)
    • Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) Drawing
    • Shipyard Task Group Instruction (TGI)
    • Steam and Electric Plant Manual (JFMM Vol. V-I-2-3)
  440. QA: What is a Formal Work Procedure (FWP)?
    A single document that coordinates material, initial conditions, Maintenance Procedure (MP), test and inspections, and system restoration. (JFMM Vol. V-I-2-3).
  441. QA: What is a Controlled Work Package (CWP)?
    • An Formal Work Package (FWP) with Objective Quality Evidence (OQE) included (JFMM Vol. V-I-2-4).
    • Simply put, MP is a procedure, FWP is a procedure with a cover page, and CWP is both of those with OQE.
  442. QA: WHO IS THE QAO?
    DCA
  443. 400 HZ: How many 400Hz Converters do we have and where are they? What are they used for?
    • 3 converters
    • 1 in 1-75-2-Q
    • 2 in 3-182-1-Q by Aux 3
    • Use to supply 400Hz power to Combat Systems equipment, LCACs and helicopters.
  444. LOGS: How long is Main Engine Operating Log maintained?
    2 Years
  445. How long is Reduction Gear Operating Log maintained?
    2 Years
  446. How long is Distilling Plant Operating Log maintained?
    2 Years
  447. How long is Fuel and Water Report maintained?
    30 Days
  448. How long is Heat Stress Survey Forms maintained?
    1 Year
  449. How long is Lube Oil Sample/Test Log maintained?
    2 years
  450. How long is Lube Oil Sounding/Transfer Log maintained?
    6 Months
  451. How long is ICAS log maintained?
    6 months
  452. POTABLE WATER: What is the normal operating pressure for potable water pump ?
    90-95 psig
  453. POTABLE WATER: What is the potable water pump capacity?
    230 gpm
  454. POTABLE WATER: How many potable water tanks are there?
    6
  455. POTABLE WATER: What are the potable water tank locations?
    • 6-73-2-W
    • 6-75-2-W
    • 6-78-2-W
    • 6-110-1-W
    • 6-113-1-W
    • 6-115-1-W
  456. POTABLE WATER: What is a SAT FAC test reading?
    .2 – 2 ppm
  457. POTABLE WATER: When should a FAC test be conducted?
    • After 30 min in tanks
    • Prior to placing into service
  458. POTABLE WATER: FAC test for potable water is IAW?
    NSTM 533
  459. POTABLE WATER: How many NM before we can start making water?
    12 NM
  460. POTABLE WATER: How many RO’s are there?
    • 3
    • POTABLE WATER: How much water can each RO make per hour?
    • 1,000 gph
  461. POTABLE WATER: How many potable water tanks are there?
    6
  462. POTABLE WATER: What is the total capacity of all tanks combine?
    63,216 gl
  463. POTABLE WATER: What is EDG Stands for?
    Electronic Disinfectant Generator
  464. POTABLE WATER: What is the function of the EDG?
    Treat water with chlorine
  465. POTABLE WATER: Where is the location of the EDG?
    MN1 and MN2
  466. POTABLE WATER: How many potable water tanks are onboard and what is there capacity?
    6
  467. POTABLE WATER: Where are the potable water tank vents located?
    ERO9 and Air berthing
  468. POTABLE WATER: Why do you conduct a Freshwater Flushing and how often?
    To Prevent corrosion of RO after securing
  469. POTABLE WATER: Explain the potable water path from the RO to the potable water tanks?
    Explain the potable water path from shore to potable water tanks?
  470. POTABLE WATER: What is the normal chlorine level on potable water?
    .2 – 2 ppm
  471. POTABLE WATER: What is the salinity alarm set point on the RO?
    500 ppm
  472. POTABLE WATER: How many salinity cells are on the RO and where are they located?
    ?
  473. POTABLE WATER: Name the system potable water interface with?
    ?
  474. PIPING COLOR: Potable water
    Dark Blue
  475. PIPING COLOR: MP Air
    Striped dark-grey/tan
  476. PIPING COLOR: LP Air
    Tan
  477. PIPING COLOR: Deballast Air
    Striped Tan/Black
  478. PIPING COLOR: Oxygen
    Green
  479. PIPING COLOR: Seawater
    Darkgreen
  480. PIPING COLOR: JP-5
    Light purple
  481. PIPING COLOR: Fuel
    Yellow
  482. PIPING COLOR: Lube Oil
    Striped black/yellow
  483. PIPING COLOR: Foam solution (AFFF)
    Striped Red/Green
  484. PIPING COLOR: Fresh Water
    Light Blue
  485. PIPING COLOR: Hydraulic
    Orange
  486. PIPING COLOR: Refrigerant
    Dark Purple
  487. PIPING COLOR: Sewage
    Gold
  488. PIPING COLOR: Firemain
    Red
  489. PIPING COLOR: Chilled Water
    Striped light blue/Dark Green
  490. PIPING COLOR: Demineralized Electronic Cooling Water
    Striped light blue/dark purple
  491. PIPING COLOR: AFF concentrate
    Striped light blue/red
  492. PIPING COLOR: OPA
    Black
  493. PIPING COLOR: JW
    Striped light blue/black
  494. What is ICCP?
    Impressed Current Cathodic Protection System
  495. What is the purpose of ICCP?
    Protects hall from seawater induced corrosion
  496. What is the maximum knots available for shaft stopped?
    10 knots
  497. What is the maximum knots available for trailing shaft?
    13 knots
  498. How long should you allow the MPDE JW and L/O pumps to operate after engine shutdown?
    10 min
  499. What systems to MPAC support?
    • VITAL AIR SERVICE
    • Dry Air System
    • Fuel and Lube Oil Purifier Control Valves
    • Air Operated Valves and Controls in the Air Deballast System
    • Lube Oil Temperature Regulating Valves Ventilation System Air Tight Closures
    • Ventilation System Air Tight Closures
    • Ammunition Hoists
    • SSDG Engine Controls
    • MPDE Engine Controls
    • MPDE Engine Controls
  500. What is the purpose of the priority valve?
    • Are pressure control valves that prevent the Vital Air Main pressure from being lost in the event of high demand by users coming off the Non-Vital Air Main.
    • Priority valves are set to maintain the Vital Air Main pressure at 85 PSIG.
  501. What is the refrigerant cycle?
    • The transfer of this heat is accomplished by changing the physical state of the refrigerant.
    • As the refrigerant changes state from a low-pressure liquid to a low pressure gas (in the evaporator), it absorbs heat from the air.
    • After the refrigerant is compressed from a low pressure gas to a high pressure gas, it passes through a condenser.
    • In the condenser, the R-134a changes state again from gas to liquid by action of the cooler seawater removing heat of the latent vaporization away from the refrigerant.
    • The cycle is repetitive.
    • During normal operations, the on/off cycle is controlled by the thermostat.
  502. What is the chiller?
    Absorbs heat from chill water for AC’s
  503. What is the condenser?
    • Provides a heat transfer surface for condensing refrigerant vapor. The refrigerant vapor is cooled and condenses on the outside of the water tubes.
    • Chilled water circulating inside the tubes carries away the heat of the refrigerant as it condenses.
  504. What is the evaporator?
    Absorbs heat from air in refridge
  505. To whom do you report violations of physical security?
    OOD, CHENG
  506. Explain the difference between batch and continuous oil purification?
    • Batch – settling tank or storage tank
    • Continuous – MPDE/MRG/CPP
  507. What is Standing Orders No. 1?
    GOVERNING DIRECTIVES
  508. What is Standing Orders No. 2?
    WATCHBILL ASSIGNMENTS
  509. What is Standing Orders No. 3?
    RELIEVING THE WATCH
  510. What is Standing Orders No. 4?
    THE EOOW
  511. What is Standing Orders No. 5?
    PROPER WATCHSTANDING
  512. What is Standing Orders No. 6
    CASUALTY RESPONSE
  513. What is Standing Orders No. 7?
    THE ENGINEERING LOG
  514. What is Standing Orders No. 8?
    LOG REVIEW
  515. What is Standing Orders No. 9?
    NOTIFICATION AND PERMISSION
  516. What is Standing Orders No. 10?
    PREVENTION OF FLOODING
  517. What is Standing Orders No. 11?
    PHYSICAL SECURITY
  518. What is Standing Orders No. 12?
    ENGINEERING DUTY OFFICER
  519. What is Standing Orders No. 13?
    OIL SPILL PREVENTION AND RESPONSE GUIDANCE
  520. What is Standing Orders No. 14?
    CASUALTY RESTORATION PRIORITIES
  521. What is Standing Orders No. 15?
    WATCH STANDER ACTIONS FOR TOTAL LOSS OF ELECTRICAL POWER INPORT/UNDERWAY
  522. What is Standing Orders No. 16?
    ENGINEERING WATCH ROUTINE
  523. What is Standing Orders No. 17?
    ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT REQUIRED READING

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