Operating Principles Of Marine Diesel Engine Propulsion Plant (A-II/2)

1. Describes the advantages and disadvantages of a slow-speed diesel engine, medium speed

diesel engine, high-speed diesel engine

2. Describes the fuel oil system from bunker tank to injection, describes the lubrication

system, Describes engine cooling-water systems

3. Inspection and monitoring list the services propeller and propeller shaft the

arrangement of thrust shaft, intermediate shafts and tail shaft.

4. Inspection and monitoring list the services propeller and propeller shaft precautions

to take with a CPP before Starting of main engines

5. Inspection and monitoring list the services propeller and propeller shaft precautions

to take with a CPP before Going to sea.

6. Inspection and monitoring list the services propeller and propeller shaft precautions

to take with a CPP before Entering harbor or confined waters

7. Operate a control system for the main engine, including control from bridge,

machinery control room, engine control local and changeover controls


Ships’ Auxiliary Machinery (A-II/2)

Knowledge of Ships’ Auxiliary Machinery :

1. Auxiliary boilers

2. Bilge system and ballast Pumps and pumping systems for a dry cargo vessel

3. Engine-room emergency bilge suction is connected to the main circulating

pump in the engine-room

4. Auxiliary steering gear and testing steering gear and for drills states the IMO

requirements

5. Emergency auxiliary steering gear according of requirement for emergency

control

6. Monitoring operation list of an A.C. and D.C Generators, alternators

and electrical distribution (distribution of D.C. and A.C)

7. Safety precautions to be observed for battery (starting requirement for emergency generating sets)

8. Services to be supplied from the emergencygenerator

9. Services of batteries

10. Refrigeration,

11. Air-conditioning and ventilation

12. Sewage treatment plants

13. Oily Water Separator (producing effluent that contains less than 100 ppm of oil)

14. Incinerator

15. Anchor windlasses, electric and hydraulic drive for mooring winches and capstans, cargo winch

16) Services hydraulic system consists of an oil tank, pumps, control valves, hydraulic motors and pipework


General Knowledge Of Marine Engineering Systems (A-II/2)

1. Location of applications machinery the mass, force, work, power, energy, pressure, stress, strain and heat and states the units in which each is measured

2. Location of applications machinery indicated power, shaft power, propeller

power and thrust

3. calculates the daily consumption at service speed

4. calculates the bunker fuel required for a voyage

5. calculates the speed for a given daily consumption

6. calculates the reduced speed required to complete a voyage with a given consumption

7. calculates for fuel economy, the actual speed at any stage of a voyage should be as near as practicable to the required average speed

8.Briefly the general engine room safety necessary that should be observed at all given times

9. Briefly the main dangers and sources of risk necessary in an engine room

10. Briefly the safe systems of work and permits to work necessary, that should be observed in an engine room

11. Briefly the types and importance of wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) while working in an engine room

12. Briefly the arrangements necessary for appropriate and effective engineering watches to be maintained for the purpose of safety under normal circumstances and UMS operations

13. Briefly Arrangement necessary to ensure a safe engineering watch is maintained when carrying dangerous cargo (2 hours)

14. Briefly the arrangements necessary to ensure a safe an engineering watch is maintained when carrying dangerous cargo.