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SEA SERVICE DETAILS

Cadet is responsible for filling out and forwarding the form to the Chief Engineer PERSONAL INFORMATION Last name Pantalunan

First Name Carlito Phone / mobile 9102390071

Batch number E-mail carlavon_123@yahoo.com

Address 257 Kabiran St., Brgy. Suklayin, Baler, Aurora Date of birth 28-Apr-89 Passport number EB6337073 NEXT OF KIN - required to list at least one person Father Date of birth Edgardo C. Pantalunan 17-Apr-69 Address 257 Kabiran St., Brgy. Suklayin, Baler, Aurora Mother Date of birth Ma. Lita H. Pantalunan 2-Nov-70 Address 257 Kabiran St., Brgy. Suklayin, Baler, Aurora SEA SERVICE INFORMATION - must fill in all fields! Vessel name Captain MV GOLDEN ECLIPSE Eduardo P. Jayag Contact details Signed On 17-Dec-12 Nationality Filipino SIRB

Phone

Phone

Chief Engineer Gerry M. Retuba Training Oficer Signed Off

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GUIDELINE TIMETABLE SHE

Function title Familiarization on Safety Matters Deck Knowledge and Tanker Work Function 1:Marine Electro Technology Function 2: Instrumentation and control systems Function 3: Marine Electrical Maintenance and Repair Function 4: Safety

To the Cadet: This guideline gives a rough schedule for your education. It is expected, that you will have finished the chapters of his Time Table earlier than preset. Additionally you are asked to already start with the next chapter although not all subjects of a chapter are fully done by you. Beside every single point of this schedule you should take the opportunity during your leisure time to learn as much as possible about the whole duties of a future officer. This will have a positive effect on your future career.

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Time for completion To be finished After 1st month

Date of completion

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1 21 41 1 21 41 61 81 101 1.01 1.21 1.41 1.61 1.81 1.101 1.121 1.141 1.161 1.181 2.01 2.21 2.41 2.61 2.81 3.01

2 22 42 2 22 42 62 82 102 1.02 1.22 1.42 1.62 1.82 1.102 1.122 1.142 1.162 1.182 2.02 2.22 2.42 2.62 2.82 3.02

3 23 43 3 23 43 63 83 103 1.03 1.23 1.43 1.63 1.83 1.103 1.123 1.143 1.163 1.183 2.03 2.23 2.43 2.63

4 24 44 4 24 44 64 84 104 1.04 1.24 1.44 1.64 1.84 1.104 1.124 1.144 1.164 1.184 2.04 2.24 2.44 2.64

5 25 45 5 25 45 65 85 105 1.05 1.25 1.45 1.65 1.85 1.105 1.125 1.145 1.165 1.185 2.05 2.25 2.45 2.65

6 26 46 6 26 46 66 86 106 1.06 1.26 1.46 1.66 1.86 1.106 1.126 1.146 1.166 1.186 2.06 2.26 2.46 2.66

7 27 47 7 27 47 67 87 107 1.07 1.27 1.47 1.67 1.87 1.107 1.127 1.147 1.167 1.187 2.07 2.27 2.47 2.67

8 28 48 8 28 48 68 88 108 1.08 1.28 1.48 1.68 1.88 1.108 1.128 1.148 1.168

Familiarization on Safety Matte 9 10 29 30 49 50 Deck Knowledge and Tanker Wo 9 10 29 30 49 50 69 70 89 90 109 110 Function 1:Marine Electro Techno 1.09 1.10 1.29 1.30 1.49 1.50 1.69 1.70 1.89 1.90 1.109 1.110 1.129 1.130 1.149 1.150 1.169 1.170

Function 2: Electrical, Electronics and Contr 2.08 2.09 2.10 2.28 2.29 2.30 2.48 2.49 2.50 2.68 2.69 2.70

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3.27 3.28 3.29 3.30 3.47 Function 4: Controlling the operation of the ship and sa 4.06 4.07 4.08 4.09 4.10 4.26 4.27 4.28 4.29 4.30 4.46 4.47 4.48 4.49 4.50

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liarization on Safety Matters 11 12 31 32 51 52 Knowledge and Tanker Work 11 12 31 32 51 52 71 72 91 92 111 112 n 1:Marine Electro Technology 1.11 1.12 1.31 1.32 1.51 1.52 1.71 1.72 1.91 1.92 1.111 1.112 1.131 1.132 1.151 1.152 1.171 1.172

13 33 53 13 33 53 73 93 113 1.13 1.33 1.53 1.73 1.93 1.113 1.133 1.153 1.173

14 34 54 14 34 54 74 94 114 1.14 1.34 1.54 1.74 1.94 1.114 1.134 1.154 1.174

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1.16 1.36 1.56 1.76 1.96 1.116 1.136 1.156 1.176

1.17 1.37 1.57 1.77 1.97 1.117 1.137 1.157 1.177

1.18 1.38 1.58 1.78 1.98 1.118 1.138 1.158 1.178

1.19 1.39 1.59 1.79 1.99 1.119 1.139 1.159 1.179

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rical, Electronics and Control Engineering 2.11 2.12 2.13 2.31 2.32 2.33 2.51 2.52 2.53 2.71 2.72 2.73

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Guideline for the Engine Cadet Education


The introduction and the first 5 days should be intensively guided by the Training Officer. Later on the different duties can be delegated to other officers, depending on the daily work. After fulfilling a duty it can be hashed in this Guideline and in the original Training Record Book according to the Correlation Table.

At every time the captain and the C/E are responsible for the training of the engine cadet. Internship
Chapter Subject Responsible

Introduction

Personal data Shipboard Service Record Training Officers Review C/E's Monthly Inspection Company's Inspection Task Summary List of Publications, Videos, etc. Safety and Shipboard Familiarization

Cadet Training Officer C/E C/E Company --3/O 3/O, 2/E

Safety Familiarization Particulars of the Ship

Details of the Ship

Cadet

Familiarization on Safety Matters

TRUE TRUE Copy the crew list of your vessel.

Questions

No. 1

Reference

Visit the following areas and give information as required: Bridge Draw a birds eye view (plan) of the bridge showing the location of all the equipments. (You may include your drawing as a scanned document on another tab in this document; name the image with appropriate task number)

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TRUE TRUE

Forecastle Draw a plan showing various equipments. (You may include your drawing as a scanned document on another tab in this document; name the image with appropriate task number) Main Deck Draw a plan showing hold/tank boundaries, hatches/tank openings, sounding/ullage ports.

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Ships Plan

Steering Flat State the type of steering system. Locate the instruction for Emergency Steering. With the help of a drawing, explain these instructions.

Ships Station Bill

TRUE Paint Locker State the location and fire fighting arrangement TRUE Refrigeration chambers State the number and purpose of reefer rooms. Describe the alarm system in each of these rooms. TRUE FALSE Workshop Draw a plan showing various equipments. State the various fire detection and fire fighting arrangement Locate and list the number of alarm activating points and alarm bells, extinguishers, hydrants, fire axes, hoses, international shore connection, portable drilling machine, SCBA and accessories. Indicate the location of these in the Safety Plan Locker State the location and fire fighting arrangement. Locate the EPIRB/SART. State the make/purpose, explain operational procedures. Demonstrate how to start the life boat engine. Make a list of start-up procedures. Explain how life boat can be started in colder areas. What is your life boat duties? What type of life boat/ capacity your ship have? Start up the life boat engine. A. Explain start up procedures. B. State what are to be checked prior to starting. C. How do you start life boat engines in colder areas? What are your security duties? Who is the safety officer of your ship? Who is the security officer of your ship? Where can you find your emergency duties? What is the fastest escape route from your cabin to the muster station? Draw your escape route. (You may include your drawing as a scanned document) What type of portable fire extinguisher can you find closest to your cabin? 7 6

Ships Station Bill

Ships Station Bill

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Ships Station Bill

Ships Station Bill

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Ships Station Bill

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Explain to what type of fire it is used. Where is the location of fire alarm button closest to your cabin? State the means of communication available in your cabin? Locate cargo pumps emergency stops. How do we activate cargo pump emergency stops? Locate emergency fire pump. State the location of emergency fire pumps. Demonstrate knowledge on how to start the emergency fire pump. Make list of procedures on how to start the emergency fire pump. Locate the emergency generator. State the location of the emergency generator. Make list of procedures on how to start the emergency generator. List the equipments supplied by the emergency generator. Where can you find the fire plan of your ship? State the location of the International Shore Connection. What is the purpose of the international shore connection? Identify the Master/ Chief Officer/ Chief Engineer/ 1/Engineer of your vessel. Where is the location of the safety locker? What are the equipments you can find in the safety locker? Sketch out the emergency escape route from the engine room to the muster station. (You may include your drawing as a scanned document on another tab in this document; name the image with appropriate task number) Locate the steering gear room. Demonstrate knowledge on how to do the emergency steering. List the procedures for emergency steering. Draw an arrangement plan for your ship including the machineries therein. Explain your companys drug and alcohol policy. Locate OPA 90 lockers. Make list of equipments you can find therein.

23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 Ships Plan Ships Plan

Ships Plan

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SQMM

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A. Locate the compressor for breathing apparatus. B. Explain how maintenance is carried out and at what interval. C. What is the working pressure for this compressor? D. How often do you replace suction filter? Explain starting procedures. Make list of equipments supplied by the emergency compressor.

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A. Demonstrate knowledge of cargo handling equipments including alarms and monitoring equipments. B. Identify hi-level alarms. C. Identify hi-hi level alarms. D. Assist in carrying out testing of these alarms. Locate the panel for quick closing valves. A. Explain how it can be operated. B. List the locations where these valves are installed. Explain the purpose of the fire wire.

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Deck Knowledge and Tanker Work

TRUE

Questions Demonstrate knowledge on the layout of the bridge. What are the equipments you can find on the bridge? Layout the bridge, include equipments.

No.

Reference

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Demonstrate knowledge on the layout of the forecastle. What are the equipments you can find on the forecastle? Layout. 2

FALSE

Demonstrate knowledge on the layout of cargo tanks. Layout tank arrangements. Your ship has how many cargo tanks, deck tanks? 3

FALSE

Demonstrate knowledge in cargo pump arrangements; explain the power source of your ships cargo pumps. What types of pumps are used for cargoes on your ship?

FALSE

Assist in carrying out routine maintenance on cargo pumps. Explain purging procedures, why is it carried out? 5 What are the wearable parts that we need to replace? Why do pumps vibrate? List the causes. Engineers

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With respect to Framo pumps, how can we determine that the oil/ cargo seal is leaking? Why should we keep the discharge valve close when starting up a framo pump? Explain how we purge air in the system 6 Engineers

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Demonstrate knowledge on company procedures for entry in tanks and enclosed spaces. State standards and checklist. When can we say that the cargo tank is gas free? 7 Does your company have a tagging system for tank entry? What do we use for testing the cargo tanks/ enclosed spaces for Oxygen, H2S, LEL, CO, etc. state your companys standard. SQMM

FALSE

Demonstrate knowledge on the layout of poop deck and ships mooring arrangement. Layout poop deck. What are the equipments you can find on the poop deck? 8

FALSE

Demonstrate skills in rope works and marlinespike seamanship. What are the various types of knots? 9 Bosun

FALSE

Assist in carrying out routine maintenance on winches and windlass. Explain how the winches and windlass are powered. State what maintenance routines are carried out and at what interval. Explain how we purge air from the hydraulic system for winches.

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Engineers

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Assist in carrying out routine maintenance on deck cranes. Explain the importance of SWL markings on cranes. How often is the cable had to be changed? If your ships crane is hydraulically powered state the interval of testing the hydraulic oil for water content. 11 Chief Officer

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Assist in carrying out pressure testing of cargo hoses and bunker lines. State the pressure to which these are tested. Explain how / why the testing is carried out. State the frequency of carryout the testing. 12 Chief Officer

FALSE

Draw a schematic diagram of your ships inert gas plant/ system. Assist in carrying out routine maintenance on winches and windlass. Explain how the winches and windlass are powered. State what maintenance routines are carried out and at what interval. Explain how we purge air from the hydraulic system for winches.

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14

Engineers

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Assist in carryout routine maintenance on Inert Gas Plant, explain principle of operation. What maintenance routine do you carry out on IG plant? What is the capacity of your IG plant? 15 Engineers

FALSE

Explain purpose of Inerting of Cargo tanks. 16 What are examples of cargoes that need inert gas? Chief Officer

FALSE

Explain the function and importance of PV valves. Explain how these valves operate. 17

FALSE

Demonstrate knowledge on your ships ballast system. Explain how these pumps are powered. 18

FALSE

Demonstrate knowledge on MSDS of deck cleaning chemicals. What are the personal protective equipments to be used on such chemicals? 19

FALSE

Explain company policy regarding the control of filter masks. Explain the uses of such filters masks. Explain the condition that requires its use. 20 SQMM

FALSE

Search out and make line diagram of the ff. systems: Hydraulic for cargo handling Hydraulic for remote cargo valves 21

FALSE

Locate the ISGOTT on your vessel. Write down the titles of all the chapters of ISGOTT in your workbook. 22 ISGOTT

FALSE

In your own words, with the help of a labeled diagram, explain the flammability diagram Draw a neat and labeled diagram of the vessels cargo piping arrangement including all valves on deck, in tanks and in the pumproom, and associated components. Draw a neatly labeled diagram of the ballast piping arrangement including the one for the aft peak tank.

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ISGOTT

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Ships Drawings

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Write down the pipeline diameters of the following: Manifold, cargo deck line, cargo bottom main line on suction side of pump, cargo branch line in centre tanks, cargo branch in wing tanks, stripping suction main line, stripping suction branch line in centre tank, stripping suction branch line in wing tanks, educator suction line, eductor discharge line, small diameter line, decanting line. Why is it important to have this information? (Refer to the chapter on Pressure surge given in ISGOTT when answering this question.) Why is it important to have this information? (Refer to the chapter on Pressure surge given in ISGOTT when answering this question.) Explain the following operations and make a list of procedures: a) Discharging b) Ballasting/pumproon c) pumproom d) Purging e) Gas-freeing Locate the Material Safety Data Sheet for the cargo you are carrying and list all information provided. What are the various fire, pollution and safety concerns for that particular cargo? What are your responsibilities when asked to keep a manifold watch?

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Safe Tanker Operations

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ISGOTT ISGOTT

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Chief Officer

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Chief Officer

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31

MSDS ISGOTT

FALSE

32 What will you monitor? FALSE Make a photocopy of the cargo and ballast pipeline diagram, Using different colors, show on this diagram how you would line up for loading, discharging and ballast operations. FALSE State the make/ type/ model of ODME on your ship. State the number of slop tanks on your vessel and state how much percentage of total cargo capacity your slop tank represents. What is the MARPOL requirement for slop tank capacity? (In your answer, quote the regulation number.) 33

Safe Tanker Operations

Chief Officer

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Explain how the following help in pollution prevention: a) COW b) SBT c) Double Hull d) Slop Tanks e) Small Diameter Line 37

FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE

Draw a neat, labeled diagram of the hydraulic power pack system for operation of cargo valves How would you determine whether the oil quantity is adequate in the hydraulic oil reservoir? What is the type of pump used? Does this pump run all the time? If not, then why? Which device prevents over pressure in the system? What device is responsible for maintaining pressure when the pump is off? What type of protection is provided to prevent high temperature? What type of protection is there to prevent foreign bodies from entering the pump? Where is it located?

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FALSE FALSE

FALSE Draw a neat diagram of the cargo heating system on board your vessel showing manifolds, valves, drain cocks, steam traps and expansion joints.

Chief Engineer 47 Safe Tanker Operations

FALSE

Describe the procedure used for starting and stopping of the heating system. 48 State what particular precautions you will take.

FALSE Define the term dirty ballast. FALSE FALSE Describe the procedure for disposing heavy weather ballast. What is the full form of ODMCS? Write a short note on the purpose of ODMCS equipment. FALSE FALSE State the name, make, model of the ODMCS equipment on board your vessel. Describe the use of back flushing operations and how it is done on your ship. 49 50 51 52 53

MARPOL STO

Equipment Manual

FALSE

What is the procedure for calibration of the ODMCS on your vessel? Describe the type of high level alarm system in the pump room bilges that you have on board your vessel. How would you test this alarm? Is there any time delay before the alarm is activated? What is the purpose of this time delay, if any? Explain the term Load on Top in your own words.

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Chief Officer

FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE

Safe Tanker Operations

FALSE

What other type of instruments do you have on board to measure the ullage, interface and sounding? What do you understand by the term closed ullaging? How will you take sounding using closed system? What is the full form of the abbreviation ASTM? What is the meaning of API Relate it to relative density with an appropriate formula. What is a pressure/vacuum breaker? Draw a neat diagram of the vapor recovery system on board. Study the ISGOTT enclosed space entry permit. Describe the pump room entry procedure on your ship. Who issues the enclosed space entry permit? What is its validity? Who are the others to sign the permit? List the various types of gas-measuring instruments on board, their make and also what they are used to measure and when What is the full form of SOPEP? Describe your understanding of the procedure for inerting a cargo tank on an LPG carrier. What type of inert gas do you have on board? How is this gas generated? What are the other inserting options What should be the maximum oxygen content of the gas used? Describe the process of purging on board your vessel. What is a BLEVE? What conditions could it be associated with?

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Chief Officer

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ASTM Tables

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66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 MARPOL Liquefied Petroleum Gas Tanker Practice

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IGC Code IGC Code

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List the various hazards associated with chemical cargoes carried on board your vessel. Elaborate on each hazard. How would you minimize these hazards? Attach a Material Safety Data Sheet of any one cargo carried on board during your tenure. How many chemical protection suits do you have on board your vessel? Where are they located? What is the purpose of eye-wash and body showers and state where they are located on board your vessel? How are they operated? Is there any regulation governing the required number and locations on board? Note down the contents of this regulation in your workbook. What are the other inerting options available? What provisions are given for operation of these showers in sub-zero temperature conditions? How often are these tested? Read the relevant section of the IBC Code pertaining to cargo Segregation requirements. How is this achieved on board your vessel? Which spaces other than cargo spaces does the cargo piping pass through? Do you have hoses on board for loading/ discharging of cargo? What are the working requirements for these hoses? How often and how are they tested? Where and how are they stowed? What do you mean by Padding? How is it carried out? What are the various sensors that you have in the cargo tank? What instruments do you use on board for cargo measurement? What types of pumps do you have on board for cargo operations? Draw a neatly labeled diagram of the same. Where is the motor situated? How lubrication and cooling are carried out? What is the starting/stopping procedure? What kind of maintenance is carried out on these pumps? Name one of the most hazardous cargoes that you have carried on board your vessel to date List the hazards involved and any special protective equipment required. What equipment do you have on board your vessel to handle under/ over pressurization of cargo tanks?

83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 IBC Code IBC Code Equipment Manual

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How often is this tested? What maintenance do you carry out on this equipment?

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Function 1: Marine Electro Technology

TRUE

Questions Explain the differences between the following electrical diagrams: Block System Circuit Wiring Demonstrate knowledge in interpreting various electrical diagrams. Sketch out the electrical diagram of your ship showing various components: Main generators Emergency generators Shore supply Battery charging 440V supply 220V supply Circuit breakers Transformers

No.

Reference Practical Marine Electrical Knowledge

1.01

TRUE TRUE

1.02

1.03

Ships Electrical Plan

TRUE Explain how generators are driven. TRUE State the ranges of voltage and frequency at which your ships electrical power is generated. TRUE State the range of voltage used for: Lighting and domestic supplies Portable equipments Bow thrusters Power packs Cranes Motors Batteries 1.05 1.04 Marine Practical Electrical Knowledge Ships Electro Engineer/ 1.06 Chief Engineer

TRUE A. Carry out testing of storage batteries. B. State maintaining S.G and rating. Practical Marine Electrical Knowledge

1.07

FALSE FALSE TRUE

Explain procedures for adding electrolyte to a battery. Explain why storage batteries should have adequate ventilation.

1.08 1.09

Explain why high voltages are used.

1.10

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Make a list of equipments utilizing higher voltages.

1.11 Marine Practical Electrical Knowledge

Demonstrate knowledge on the use of reference tables in determining the cross sectional size of conductor to be used in a circuit.

1.12

TRUE Explain the effect of temperature variation on the resistance of the conductor. TRUE TRUE Explain why ventilation and cooling of insulation is essential. TRUE FALSE State the maximum temperature which common insulation materials can withstand and the maximum ambient temperature used in design. FALSE Describe the following terms: Breakdown Maintenance Planned Maintenance Condition Monitoring 1.17 Enumerate factors affecting the life of insulators. 1.15 1.16 Marine Practical Electrical Knowledge Marine Practical Electrical Knowledge Explain how thermistors are used in marine application. 1.13 1.14

1.18

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Explain what is meant by the following faults: Open circuit Earth Short circuit

1.19

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Explain the function of the following devices: Circuit breakers Transformers Trips Relays Fuses Starters

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Demonstrate knowledge on trips/ relays and how to reset for: Over current Reverse power Low frequency

1.21

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Explain how earth faults occur and its potential dangers.

1.22

TRUE FALSE FALSE FALSE

Explain the effects of earth fault in an insulated distribution system State how high voltage systems are normally earthed via a resistor Given a diagram showing earth fault lamps, describe the appearance of the lamps when earth fault occurs. Explain the principle of earth fault instruments

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Explain how the presence of earth fault is indicated in a high voltage system with an earthed neutral. Explain actions to be taken in case of earth faults. Explain fault finding techniques Explain how ships transformers are usually cooled.

1.27 1.28 1.29 1.30

TRUE

Describe the maintenance check required by a transformer.

1.31

Marine Practical Electrical Knowledge

FALSE Describe procedures when connecting up to a shore supply. FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE Explain what is meant by intrinsically safe equipment FALSE FALSE Identify examples of markings used on protected equipment. Explain the precautions and care to be taken when maintaining protected equipment. FALSE TRUE State the range of voltages used for testing ships equipment. Supervised by a responsible engineer carry out insulation testing: To check the zero reading To check that the equipment is dead To measure phase to phase value of insulation To measure phase to earth value of insulation Supervised by a responsible engineer carry out testing of equipments using digital and analogue multi-meters: Check the accuracy of the metre Check for battery failure Measure resistance Measure voltage Measure current Test diodes 1.36 1.37 1.38 1.39 Explain what is meant by dangerous spaces and normally safe spaces Make a list of spaces on your ship which is considered a dangerous space. Make a list of various electrical sources which can ignite gases when they are concentrated. 1.32 1.33 1.34 1.35

Marine Practical Electrical Knowledge

Marine Practical Electrical Knowledge Marine Practical Electrical Knowledge

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Uses a clamp meter to measure current.

1.42

TRUE Uses a live line tester to determine whether the equipment is dead or alive. FALSE TRUE Explain precautions to be taken when testing electrical equipments in hazardous areas. 1.43 1.44

Explain fault finding techniques.

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Explain the principle upon which flame proof enclosures are designed. Name materials commonly used for the following parts of cables: Conductors Insulation Sheating

1.46 Marine Practical Electrical Knowledge

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TRUE Describe how the generator is cooled. FALSE List the parts of the generator fitted with temperature alarms. TRUE Explain why heaters are fitted in the generator. TRUE 1.50 1.49 1.48 Marine Practical Electrical Knowledge

Describe the synchronizing sequence of the generator.

1.51

TRUE Under supervision, carryout paralleling of alternators. Adjust and share loads of machines running in parallel. What causes the prime mover to over speed?

1.52

TRUE Explain parameters for the alternators to run in parallel. Explain the position of the pointer of the synchro-scope for the alternators to run in parallel. 1.53

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Under supervision, remove the load from the alternator running in parallel, take out from the bus bar and secure. How do we take out a generator from the bus bar

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Explain fault finding techniques.

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Under supervision of the responsible engineer carry out synchronizing of the generator using both synchroscope and lamps.

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List procedures for synchronizing.

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Explain the function of the automatic voltage regulator.

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Marine Practical Electrical Knowledge

FALSE Describe how to adjust the loads of generators running in parallel. 1.59

TRUE Marine Practical Electrical Knowledge

Explain how load sharing can be automatically controlled.

1.60

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Describe how to reduce load from a running generator and to take it out from service.

1.61

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State procedures in taking the generator out of service.

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Marine Practical Electrical Knowledge

TRUE

Explain the construction and operation of your ships emergency generator.

1.63

TRUE State the usual voltage, frequency and number of phases of an emergency generator. TRUE 1.64

Marine Practical Electrical Knowledge

Explain the construction and operation of your ships emergency generator.

1.65

TRUE State the usual voltage, frequency and number of phases of an emergency generator. TRUE Describe how the emergency generator is connected to the main switch board. TRUE TRUE Make list of the methods of starting for emergency generators. TRUE Make a list of ways in which emergency generators can be tripped. 1.69 1.70 1.67 1.66

Marine Practical Electrical Knowledge Marine Practical Electrical Knowledge

Describe the situation where the emergency generator would be started up automatically

1.68 Marine Practical Electrical Knowledge

TRUE State the safety and isolation precautions before commencing work on electrical circuits. 1.71

TRUE Describe the closing mechanism of circuit breakers. TRUE Explain the purpose of interlocks fitted on circuit breakers. FALSE TRUE Marine Practical Electrical Knowledge Name the types of motors commonly used on board ship and their applications. FALSE Explain the differences between the following motor enclosures, describe how cooling is achieved: Drip proof Totally enclosed Deck water tight Flame proof Submersible Given a motor plate explain the information displayed. Explain the basic reason for the provision of motor protection FALSE TRUE Explain the principles of the most common over current relays. 1.73 1.74 1.75 1.72

Marine Practical Electrical Knowledge Marine Practical Electrical Knowledge

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Marine Practical Electrical Knowledge

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Explain the basis in which fuses are chosen.

1.80

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Explain the importance of under voltage trips, describe its principle of operation.

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Make a list of maintenance carried out on motors.

1.82

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Make a list of the location, color and power of navigation lights. Explain how continued working of navigational lights is ensured.

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FALSE FALSE TRUE TRUE

Explain how emergency lights are marked. Explain how failed emergency lights are disposed off. Explain why fault protection is essential

1.85 1.86 1.87

Explain why fault currents can be extremely high.

1.88

FALSE Explain the advantages and disadvantages of high rupturing capacity fuses. TRUE Describe the procedure when replacing blown fuse 1.89

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1.90

TRUE Explain what is meant by "preferential tripping when overload occurs. Marine Practical Electrical Knowledge

1.91

FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE

Explain the under voltage protection of generators and motors. Layout the typical switch board indicating the function of its main parts Explain how status lamps are usually supplied with power. Name protection provided against: Small over loads Short Circuits Explain the principle of the tachometer. Explain the principal features of the viscometer. Explain how failed emergency lights are disposed off.

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FALSE FALSE FALSE

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Describe the application of photoelectric cell to: Oil in water Smoke density detector Oil mist detector Flame detector Describe the common type`of fire detector. Describe the function of the transducer. Describe the flapper and nozzle arrangement. Explain the circumstances when piston actuators might be used.

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TRUE

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TRUE FALSE TRUE TRUE

State the lock out and tag out procedures before commencing work.

1.104

TRUE

State the isolation procedures required for electrical equipments.

1.105

TRUE

State the safety and isolation precautions before commencing work.

1.106

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TRUE

Describe the causes of electric shock, state the current which could be fatal.

1.107

TRUE FALSE

State the range of voltage which is considered safe.

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Explain the dangers associated with the spaces in the vicinity of bus bars.

1.109

FALSE Describe the protection normally provided on the doors of switchboard cubicles. 1.110

TRUE

What are the factors affecting the degree of severity of shock?

1.111

TRUE State the effects of electric current to the human body. 1.112

TRUE

Explain why people freeze when they are shocked. What should we do if someone freezes to a live electric contact? 1.113

TRUE

Explain the dangers involving static electricity on tankers. State actions to be taken to reduce risks of static electricity. 1.114

TRUE Explain actions to protect you from electrical hazards. 1.115

FALSE TRUE

Explain how we identify different types of insulation. Explain what do we mean by guarding State what protection it can offer to people.

1.116

1.117

FALSE Explain the dangers associated with the spaces in the vicinity of bus bars. 1.118

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FALSE

Explain what is meant by grounding/ earthing. State what protection it can provide o people and to the equipment. 1.119 1.120 1.121 1.122

FALSE FALSE FALSE

Explain how you can prevent accidental or unexpected startup of equipments. Explain the colors of indicating lights and its functions Explain the requirements for lighting fixtures.

FALSE

Explain how the safety and emergency procedures are documented in the ships safety management system. List the applications of the Wheatstone bridge Make a sketch of a circuit or the Wheatstone bridge Explain how low resistances are measured using the Wheatstone ridge

1.123 1.124 1.125 1.126

FALSE FALSE

FALSE TRUE

Describe the principles of a potentiometer.

1.127

TRUE FALSE FALSE TRUE

Describe the principle of a thermocouple. Make a sketch of a star connected alternator. Make a sketch of a delta connected alternator.

1.128 1.129 1.130

Describe the principle of construction of a synchronous AC generator.

1.131

FALSE

Explain why the power factor governs the physical size of a generator.

1.132

TRUE Explain the function of an excitation system. 1.133

TRUE

Describe the main criteria affecting the parallel operation of AC generators 1.134

FALSE FALSE TRUE

Explain the requirements for satisfactory power sharing between generators. Name the essential parts of an automatic voltage regulator and explain their function

1.135 1.136

Explain the operating principle of an AVR.

1.137

TRUE Explain the purpose of an excitation control element. 1.138

TRUE

Name the main criteria governing the operation of circuit breakers.

1.139

TRUE

Demonstrate the operation of circuit breaker.

1.140

TRUE Demonstrate the method of closing of circuit breakers.

1.141

TRUE TRUE

Explain the precautionary measures when carrying out maintenance on circuit breakers.

1.142

Describe the purpose of interlocks.

1.143

FALSE FALSE FALSE

Explain why circuit breakers need to be earthed. Describe the operational indication of circuit breakers. Demonstrate knowledge on the safety precautions when carrying out maintenance on the switch gears. Carry out maintenance on circuit breakers to include: Bearings Security of fastenings Alignment of contacts Copper contacts Lubrication Dash spots Insulators Demonstrate routine testing of circuit breakers. Demonstrate procedure for isolation and safety before commencing work. Carry out routine testing on trips. Detect, analyze, and correct fault symptoms.

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FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE

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Describe the sequence of events if an overload trip occurs in a generator circuit breaker. Explain where, in the range of a generator load, preferential trips and alarms are set to operate. Explain considerations necessary when determining the time delays on preferential trips. State the range of over load currents and the time delay at which the generator circuit breaker may trip. Describe the power factor which influences the tripping current and the time delay. Explain how loss of excitation is detected and handled. Explain the effect of loss of power of one generator when running in parallel with the others.

1.152 1.153 1.154 1.155 1.156 1.157 1.158

FALSE FALSE

FALSE FALSE FALSE

FALSE

State the maximum reverse power to trip the circuit breaker and the need for the time delay. State the normal setting and the time delay for under voltage protection. List the necessary instrumentation for generators working in parallel.

1.159 1.160 1.161

FALSE TRUE TRUE

State the earthing requirements for current voltage transformers and instrument cases.

1.162 1.163 1.164 1.165 1.166 1.167

FALSE FALSE

Detects, analyze and correct faults in generator protection gear. Sketch the diagrammatic connections of voltmeters and synchroscope to the bus bars and the incoming generator Explain the purpose of check synchronizer. Describe a situation where an engine fault brings into operation a standby generator set. Describe conditions where an engine fault causes immediate shutdown of the set.

FALSE FALSE FALSE TRUE

Explain the principle of a single phase transformer.

1.168

FALSE FALSE

Make a sketch on how instrument transformers are connected. Explain the potential hazards when liquid transformers are used.

1.169 1.170

TRUE TRUE FALSE FALSE

Explain the purpose of the rectifier. List the environmental condition which affects the rectifier. Name the overload protection used on board your ship. Explain the protection necessary for cables which maybe expose to cargo oil, vapor or gas.

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TRUE

Explain the principle of operation of an oil mist detector.

1.175

FALSE

Describe the protection necessary if it is essential to install electrical equipments in a dangerous space. Explain why common electrical equipment presents a hazard in flammable atmospheres. Explain the importance of keeping scavenge air spaces and supercharge air spaces drained and clean. Explain how pump motors are housed separately from the pumps. List the dangerous spaces of a tanker carrying liquefied natural gas or liquefied petroleum gas.

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FALSE FALSE

FALSE FALSE

TRUE

Make a list of electrical measuring instruments; explain what and how it is used.

1.181

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FALSE FALSE TRUE

State and explain the types of temperature sensors used for: Cooling water inlet cooler Crank Bearing Cross head bearing Cylinder liner Cylinder top cover Exhaust gas after turbocharger Exhaust gas outlet Fresh water cooling outlet Fuel oil inlet Lubrication oil inlet Main bearing Piston cooling oil outlet Scavenging air fire State the application of thermistors. Explain how the thermocouple works. Make a list of possible causes when a/the: motor fails to run when the switch had been turned on. motor runs slowly motor runs faster than name plate speed motor sparks motor is noisy in operation motor runs hot Name the protection provided against: short circuit small overloads under-voltage over-current reverse power

1.182

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TRUE

Explain what is meant by: Sequential starting Preferential tripping

1.187

Function 2: Instrumentation and control systems

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Questions

No.

Reference

Sketch an automatic control system, in block. Show components and principal elements such as controllers, correcting and measuring units.

2.01

FALSE TRUE

Sketch a graph illustrating control by two step controller.

2.02

Explain what is meant by proportional band.

2.03

FALSE

Make a graph between controlled value and time to show desired and set value, initial and final off set values.

2.04

TRUE

State that the object of integral control is to reduce off set to zero.

2.05

FALSE FALSE FALSE TRUE

Make a sketch of a P+I Control loop Make a sketch of a derivative control loop for controlling liquid level. Make a sketch of a P+D+I control loop controlling the liquid.

2.06 2.07 2.08

Explain how the derivative action tends to stabilize a P+D+I control loop

2.09

TRUE TRUE TRUE

Make a sketch of a three term controller. Explain the meaning of a split range control.

2.10 2.11

Describe the application of the split range control. TRUE Explain the principle of a cascade control system.

2.12

2.13

TRUE

State the Boolean Theorem.

2.14

FALSE TRUE

Explain how to detect air in the hydraulic system, how this could be vented in the system.

2.15

Explain how thermocouples are calibrated.

2.16

FALSE TRUE TRUE

Draw the various types of thermocouple and its construction features. State the application of strain gauges.

2.17 2.18

List and explain the calibration procedures for the following pressure sensors: Lubrication oil pressure HT water pressure LT water pressure Charge air pressure Starting air pressure Fuel oil pressure Lubrication pressure after pump Instrument air system pressure Cooling water system pressure

2.19

TRUE Sketch/ explain/ describe the operation of flow sensors and transducers. 2.20

TRUE

Explain the principle of operation of digital tachometers. State where it is usually fitted.

2.21

TRUE

Explain the application of photo- electric cells on: Oily water content sensors Smoke density detector Oil mist detector Flame detector/ fire detector pH sensors

2.22

FALSE FALSE FALSE

Sketch a fire detection circuit. Explain its components Explain the principle of operation of oxygen analyzer, CO2 recorder, dionic water purity meter, dissolved oxygen meter. Sketch and explain controls for: Exhaust range pressure, Soot blower Condenser circulating water temperature Steam flow/ air flow rate Steam temperature Boilers- level controllers Oily water separator interface level Pitch propeller Sketch and explain the principles how the automatically controlled lubrication and cooling water control system works on diesel driven generators. Sketch and describe the electrical panel use for alarm and monitoring system on generators. Draw a temperature reading device suitable for remote reading. Make a list of the essential parameters of the machinery requiring alarm indicators. Describe a bridge/ engine room telegraph interconnecting gear. Explain how wrong way alarm might be activated. Describe the following terms in relation to boiler water controllers: Detecting element Servo motor Desired value Difference element

2.23 2.24

2.25

FALSE FALSE FALSE TRUE FALSE FALSE

2.26 2.27 2.28 2.29 2.30

2.31

FALSE

Draw and explain the integrated alarm and control systems to monitor: Air pressure Tank contents Oil temperature

2.32

TRUE

Sketch/ explain the principle of operation of an oil mist detector, state how sampling is controlled.

2.33

FALSE FALSE FALSE

Draw a line diagram of an automatic soot blower system. Describe how maintenance on monitoring system for unmanned machinery system are carried out. Explain the problems in controlling the upper and lower limits of temperature of lubricating oil supplied to the engine. State how can this be automatically controlled and monitored.

2.34 2.35

2.36

FALSE FALSE

Draw and describe how electrical signals are converted into pneumatic signals in control system. Sketch and describe the alarms system fitted for bilge water accumulation during unmanned engine room conditions.

2.37

2.38 Explain how false alarms due to ships motion can be avoided. FALSE FALSE Explain your companys planned maintenance system. Sketch and describe the electrical instruments used for remote temperature reading. State the temperature range and the type of material used in its construction. TRUE 2.39 2.40

Sketch and explain a temperature measuring system using a thermocouple.

2.41

TRUE Sketch and explain the principle of piezoelectric sensors. 2.42

TRUE

Sketch and explain the principle of operation of Differential Pressure Cell and state its application. 2.43

FALSE TRUE

Explain the principle of operation of a strain gauge, describe how the bridge is used to achieve that the output voltage is proportional to the strain.

2.44

Describe the principle of operation of capacitive techniques used in level measurements.

2.45

TRUE Sketch/ explain/ describe the principle of operation of electrical flow meters 2.46

TRUE

Sketch/ explain/ describe the operation of flow sensors and transducers.

2.47

FALSE TRUE FALSE TRUE

Sketch and describe a remote telemetering system, provide detail for indicator, receiver units and their inter- connections. Explain why heaters are fitted in the generator. Sketch and describe system for remote water level indicator for high pressure boilers.

2.48 2.49 2.50

Explain the principle of operation of Differential Pressure transmitter.

2.51

FALSE TRUE

Sketch a diagram for jacket temperature control system. Explain the principle of operation of transmitters.

2.52 2.53

TRUE

Explain what is meant by: Sequential starting Preferential tripping State the electrical equipments which are under these terms. Explain what instances that these apply 2.54

FALSE TRUE

Explain how false alarms could be avoided on our alarm monitoring system.

2.55

Explain how do we test safety devices on generators such as: Low lube oil pressure Over speed trip Etc.

2.56

FALSE

Sketch and explain the operation of: Auxiliary boiler control system Feed regulators Viscosity control system Refrigeration control system Sketch an electro- pneumatic converter explain its principle of operation and state applications. Explain what is meant by: cascade control split level control

2.57

FALSE TRUE

2.58

2.59

TRUE

Explain what is meant by the following system of controls: Open loop Closed loop

2.60

FALSE

Distinguish the following terms with regards to control systems: Error Monitored feedback Offset Dead band

2.61

TRUE

Sketch and describe the electrical panel use for alarm and monitoring system on generators.

2.62

FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE TRUE FALSE FALSE

Draw a temperature reading device suitable for remote reading. Draw a valve which can be used for automatic liquid flow control in a pipeline. If an engine alarm sounds intermittently how would you know that the alarm is genuine or nuisance. Explain how remote smoke/ fire indication can be located at a central observation station. Make a list of the essential parameters of the machinery requiring alarm indicators. Describe a bridge/ engine room telegraph interconnecting gear. Explain how wrong way alarm might be activated. Describe the following terms in relation to boiler water controllers: Detecting element Servo motor Desired value Difference element With reference to Automatic Voltage Regulators Explain the function of the: Error detecting element Correcting element Stabilizing element Sketch and describe the elements of Feed water Control. Sketch and describe the hydraulic servo system fitted for Controllable pitch propeller. Sketch and describe system for remote water level indicator for high pressure boilers. Sketch a diagram for jacket temperature control system.

2.63 2.64 2.65 2.66 2.67 2.68

2.69

FALSE

2.70

FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE

2.71 2.72 2.73 2.74

TRUE Explain the principle of operation of transmitters. TRUE 2.75

Explain the following terms: Offset Fail safe Proportional band Derivative action time Cascade control

2.76

FALSE FALSE FALSE

Draw a block diagram and describe the operation of a data logger used. Explain your companys planned maintenance system. Draw your ships main engine control system Explain the controls for: Reversing Starting Stopping Speed setting State the power source for engine control and tripping

2.77 2.78

2.79

FALSE

2.80

TRUE

Draw and explain the interlocking device for the main engine.

2.81

FALSE

Draw and explain the operation of the emergency stop for the main engine.

2.82

Function 3: Marine Electrical Maintenance and Repair

Questions

No.

Reference

TRUE

Identify various electrical tools and testing instruments.

3.01

FALSE Assist in carrying out 4000h electrical service maintenance on generators. FALSE Explain how engine function test is carried out. Make list of procedures. TRUE 3.03 3.02

Practical Marine Electrical Knowledge Practical Marine Electrical Knowledge

Explain how pressure sensors are calibrated.

3.04

TRUE

Carry out testing of Pt- 100/ thermocouple measurements.

3.05

FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE

Carry out testing of auxiliary units alarm circuits. Explain how low voltage switch gears are tested. Explain how generator protection relays are tested. Carry out testing of generator protection relays.

3.06 3.07 3.08 3.09

TRUE FALSE

Carry out testing of the start stop sequence of the generator. Explain how the earthing system inspection on generators are carried out. Carry out system earthing inspection. Carry out generator insulation testing. State the conditions prior carrying out insulation testing on generators.

3.10 3.11 3.12 3.13 Practical Marine Electrical Knowledge Practical Marine Electrical Knowledge

TRUE TRUE

FALSE

Carry out, explain procedures state the interval of testing of the following engine functions: Lubrication oil pressure stop Lubrication oil high temperature stop HT water High temperature stop HT water pressure stop LT water pressure stop Charge air high temperature stop Charge air high pressure stop Main bearing high temperature stop Generator bearing high temperature stop Oil mist detector stop Emergency stop Turning gear start blocking, from control room, local panel, start valve Electrical over speed Mechanical over speed Exhaust gas high temperature Cylinder liner high temperature stop Carry out and explain procedures in calibrating the following pressure sensors: Lubrication oil Pressure HT water pressure LT water pressure Charge air Pressure Starting air pressure Fuel oil pressure Lube oil pressure after pump Fuel oil tank level Steam drum pressure Instrument air system pressure Cooling water system pressure

3.14

FALSE

3.15

FALSE

Carry out calibration, explain and make list of procedures for the following temperature sensors fitted at the auxiliary engine: HT water temperature LT water temperature LO temperature FOl temperature Charge air temperature Generator winding temperatures Generator bearing temperatures LT water temperature before LT cooler LT water temperature before LO cooler LT water temperature after LT cooler HT temperature before HT cooler HT water temperature after HT cooler LO temp. Before LO cooler Ambient temperature Carry out and explain procedures in testing the following generator protection relays: Over voltage Reverse power Over current Earth fault Differential current Under reactance Carry out maintenance and explain procedures switch gear protection relays. Carry out start/ stop sequence test on auxiliary engines: local/ remote start local/ remote stop Explain the method of cooling and checking air gaps on alternator windings.

3.16

TRUE

3.17

FALSE TRUE

3.18 3.19 Practical Marine Electrical Knowledge

FALSE 3.20 3.21 3.22 3.23 3.24

FALSE TRUE FALSE TRUE

Carry out replacement of rectifier on brush less alternator. State safety measures when carrying out insulation testing on alternator windings. State procedures prior commencing work on the generator. Assist in performing maintenance on alternators. Make a list of maintenance work/procedures carried out. Assist in the maintenance of switchboard. Correct defects such as arcing, etc. Demonstrate knowledge on the procedure of splitting board, in case of switch board fire. Assist in carrying out tests of emergency generators. State/explain procedures when taking insulation resistance of alternators. Make a list including safety measures to be observed.

FALSE

3.25 3.26 3.27 3.28

FALSE FALSE TRUE

FALSE Explain corrective action in cases where low insulation resistance (low megger) results were taken. FALSE Make a list of the causes of insulation breakdown. How often the generators and motors are thoroughly cleaned? What is the basis for establishing the frequency of cleaning? Describe/state procedures for installing and seating new brushes on the machinery on board your ship. State how are commutators and slip rings are cleaned, resurfaced. Locate the storage battery room. Identify what types of battery are being used on board. .Note where it is used and state its charging procedures. Carry out maintenance on batteries. Be able to add electrolyte and explain the procedure. Draw a line diagram of your ships battery system. What measures are taken to prevent batteries from freezing in cold climate? Carry out routine maintenance on the ships navigational equipments. Make a list of equipments and the maintenance procedures carried out. Carry out routine testing of hi and hi- hi level alarms of cargo tanks. Explain testing procedures. State the frequency of testing. Carry out routine maintenance on cargo pumping and monitoring systems. State procedures and the maintenance carried out. Carry out maintenance in hydraulic power packs and hydraulic pumping systems. State procedures and the maintenance carried out. Carry out maintenance on the bow thruster systems. State procedures and the maintenance carried out. Draw a wiring diagram for the pilot lights on your ship. Carry out maintenance on deck flood lights and Suez Canal projector lights. State the power rating. Carry out routine maintenance on the ships communication equipments. Make a list of equipment and the maintenance procedures carried out. State the standard for electrical cable construction. Carry out maintenance on fire detection and alarm systems: Fire alarms Smoke detectors Explain what do is meant by flame retardant with regards to cables. 3.29

Practical Marine Electrical Knowledge

3.30

FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE

3.31 3.32 3.33 Practical Marine Electrical Knowledge

3.34 3.35 3.36 3.37

FALSE FALSE FALSE

Engineers

FALSE

3.38

FALSE

3.39 3.40 3.41 3.42 3.43

FALSE FALSE

FALSE FALSE

FALSE

3.44 3.45 3.46 3.47

FALSE TRUE

FALSE

Function 4: Controlling the operation of the ship and safety of persons on board

TRUE

Questions

No.

Reference

Demonstrate knowledge on your companys safety procedures prior working in electrical circuits.

4.01

TRUE

Explain lock out procedures.

4.02

FALSE FALSE FALSE

Demonstrate knowledge in precautionary measures prior commencing work on HV/LV installations. What are the factors that affect the degree of severity of shock? State how these factors affects the severity of shock: Amount Duration Path What are the 3 types of burns caused by electricity.

4.03 4.04

4.05

FALSE

4.06

FALSE FALSE FALSE

State the effects of electric current to the human body. Demonstrate knowledge on the First Aid for Electrical shocks and burns. Explain why people freeze when they are shocked. What should we do if someone freezes in a live electric contact? Explain the dangers involving static electricity on tankers. State actions to be taken to reduce risks of static electricity. Explain procedures on how to protect yourself from electrical hazards. Explain what is meant by grounding/earthing. State what protection it can provide to people and to the equipment. Explain how to prevent accidental or unexpected startup of equipments. State the minimum SOLAS requirement for emergency lighting. Make a list and explain dangerous spaces on oil, chemical tankers and gas carriers. Carry out testing of emergency shut down of cargo pumps. State frequency of testing. Make a list of Personal Protective Equipments when working in electrical installations. Explain the dangers associated with low voltage installations. Explain precautionary measures when working on energized equipments/ circuits. Explain the importance of interlocks in electrical systems.

4.07 4.08 4.09

FALSE

4.10 4.11 4.12 4.13 4.14 4.15 4.16 4.17 4.18 4.19 4.20 4.21 4.22 4.23 4.24 4.25 4.26 4.27

FALSE FALSE

FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE

FALSE FALSE FALSE TRUE

FALSE FALSE FALSE

FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE

Explain the hazards associated with the modification of over current protection on circuits. Make a list and explain dangerous spaces on oil, chemical tankers and gas carriers. Define and give examples of the following: Exi Exd Exp Explain the zones with regards to hazardous areas classification. Define LEL and UEL. Give examples of the causes of electrical ignition. Sketch and describe the alarms system fitted for bilge water accumulation during unmanned engine room conditions. Explain how false alarms, due to ships motion, can be avoided. Carry out maintenance on: Oxygen analyzer Explosimeter Hydrocarbon meter Carry out testing of emergency shut down of cargo pumps. State frequency of testing.

FALSE

4.28

FALSE

4.29

TRUE

Carry out maintenance on fire detection and alarm systems: Fire alarms Smoke detectors

4.30

FALSE TRUE

Demonstrate knowledge of entry into enclosed spaces. Explain enclosed space entry permit. Carry out maintenance on life boat: Batteries Starters Launching gears/ limit switches Draw and explain the wiring/circuit diagram for emergency stops on: Fuel oil pumps and transfer pumps Fuel oil separators/ purifiers Cooling oil pumps for fuel valves Fans for boilers Ventilation fans for engine and boiler rooms Explain what is meant by dangerous spaces and normally safe spaces. Make a list of various spaces which are considered dangerous. Make a list of various electrical sources which can ignite gases when they are concentrated above their lower explosive limit. Explain what is meant by intrinsically safe equipment. State how explosion-protected equipments are identified. Give symbols and their meaning. Explain the principle upon which flameproof enclosures are designed. Explain why the explosion protected equipments must be tested, inspected and certified to comply with the standard requirements? Explain the safest method of de-energizing the circuit. Make a list of precautions to be observed when testing electrical equipments in hazardous areas.

4.31

4.32

FALSE

4.33

FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE

4.34 4.35 4.36 4.37 4.38 4.39 4.40 4.41 4.42

FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE TRUE

State why testing in hazardous areas should only take place with a permission from the Chief Officer.

4.43

FALSE FALSE

Make a list of the main points for inspection, maintenance and re-assembly of protected equipment. Carry out testing of incinerator functions and alarms. Make a list of alarms and state the frequency of testing. Explain circuit protection provided.

4.44

4.45

FALSE

Test OWS alarms and functions. State the frequency of testing. Explain the procedures for testing. Operate and explain the alarms and functions of the oil discharge monitoring equipment. Carry out testing and maintenance in fuel tank level alarms. Make a list of Personal Protective Equipments when working in LV installations. Explain what is meant by Pressure waves in relation to electric arcs. Demonstrate knowledge on the precautionary measures when working with electrical control panels and switch board.

4.46 4.47 4.48 4.49 4.50 4.51

FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE

ning Officer. the daily work. ccording to the Correlation Table.

e engine cadet.

Responsible

Comment

Cadet Training Officer C/E C/E Company --3/O 3/O, 2/E

Filled out by the Cadet Filled out by the Cadet To be filled out weekly by the C/E To be signed by the C/E If possible to be filled out every 3 month Not possible to use Additional used videos or programs Should be started at the first day and has to be completed after 2 days Is to be filled out during the first month on board

Cadet

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Cadet Answer I already copy the crew list and I will attached it in other tab. I already vist the bridge and I will attached the view plan.

I already vist the forecastle and I will attached the view plan. 2.1.3 page 68 I already vist the main deck and I will attached the view plan. the steering in this ship is like a combination of piston type and a rotary vane type, it has four piston with two sets of hydraulic power unit each side. See attached photos with instruction for emergency steering. I already vist the paint locker room on the forward of the ship near bosun store. we have 5 chambers for meat, fish, vegetables, dairy and dry provision respectively. Each chamber have alarm for "man in room" wich is for the safety of man inside. I already vist the forecastle and I will attached the view plan.

4.3.7 page 43

6.2.40 page 49

3.4.1-9 page 70-71

Ships Fam Page 23

4.1.2 Page 72 4.2.3 Page 73 4.2.3 Page 73 4.2.3 Page 73

4.2.3 Page 73

Ships Fam Page 22 Ships Fam Page 22 3.6.2 Page 71

3.2.1 page 70 3.6.2 page 71 3.2.1 page 70 3.4.9 Page 70 3.4.9 Page 70 Ships Fam Page 24 1.8.1 Page 64 Ships Fam Page 24 Ships Fam Page 24 Ships Fam Page 24 1.8.4 Page 64 1.8.4 Page 64 1.8.4 Page 64 1.8.4 Page 64 Ships Fam Page 22 1.1.2 page 52 1.1.2 page 52 its on the forward part of the ship, just below bosun store. attached the location photos telephone, speaker for alarms and paging.

its on the a-deck of engine room see attached photos of location.

capt. Eduardo p. jayag, c/o wilfredo v. vito, c/e gerry m. retuba, 1/e ferdinand bautista.

Ships Fam Page 22 3.6.2 Page 71

attached the photos.

its on the engine room upper flatform on the aft.

attached the drawing.

Ships Fam Page 23

6.1.4 page 45 1.8.5 page 64

3.4.9 page 71

Correlation to ISF TRB

Cadet Answer

Correlation to ISF TRB

Cadet Answer

here the generator is driven by DK20 6 cylinder, 4 stroke diesel engine. We have three set here. the voltage generated here is 440V, 60Hz and use transformer to have 220V and rectifier for 24Vdc. for lighting and portable equipments we use 220V, we dont have bow thruster here but I think the voltage use there is 440V since it uses big 3ph motor to give its huge demand of torque same as for crane and the majority of motors, in batteries use 24Vdc. we carry out testing for batteries every Saturday. Our baterry here is maintenance free so we dont have to get the specific gravity it is not refillable by electrolite. Only the voltage and amp. We get and record.

we use high voltage to make the system not so bulky, we can use smaller size of wire, bussbar and other accessories since when high voltage we have lower value of current compare to low voltage ang also to minimize the voltage drop which is losses. Also same we can use smaller size of motor. ofcourse the cross sectional are of wire depend on the value of current to pass through it and also to temperature of sorrounding, its proportional. And for insulation its proportion to voltage use. as the temperature increases the resistance of the wire also increases. we use thermistor here in motor to sense its winding temperature. it is essential to lower the temperature to prevent melting of insulation. temperature, high current wich its not on its range and thermal stress.

open cicuit is when the line cut-off wich opening the loop of current making the system to shutdown since the flow of current is interrupted, earth is when line touches the groud or hull of the ship which making its resistance near zero so draining the huge ammount of current to ground which is dengerous, short ckt. is when lines touches each other making the resistance also close to zero wich also create huge amount of current that interrupt the circuit by opening the OCPD or overload relay. circuit breakers use for protection in case of big current spikes it opens the circuit when it occurs also use for manually opening or closing of ckt., same as transformer trips, for relays it use to control the ckt. By switching on or off every time its coil is activated. for fuses it also use for protection its filament wire melt when there is spike of high current, starters use for motors sice it has high torque in starting condition wich needed also high current, starters use to lower the current..the commonly use starter is delta to y staring.

ussually it occurs when the insulation is damage, its dengerous because it create a huge amount of current that create heat and can lead to fire, also dengerous for personnel that accidentally touches it.

in our ship its air cooled. It can also be oil filled cooled water cooled or other cooling system. ussually the ships have 2 transformer for main switchboard and two also for emergency switchboard, 1 is service and other standby, so you can open the standby and check visually, if dirty clean using electrosolve and aired then also re tightened the terminals, you can also have megger test but make sure its isolated to the system.

I already done it all with the supervision of my electrical officer.

I have use the clamp meter, you just clip it on the single wire you wanted to know the current, ofcourse the tester should be set to current more than the approximate of the current of the wire you need to measure. If you dont know you canset it to highest range. you can use volt meter to know if its dead or alive, there is also a light tester that lit if the line is alive. when theres a fault you need to investigate first, you an ask the person using such equipment, then you can trouble shoot it using the diagram, its better if you know the operation of such equipment then test all possible source of fault. good conductor are copper, aluminum, iron..all other metals, also water. Insulator are plastic, rubber, pocelein dry wood and clothes. in our ship its air cooled, theres a fan attached to the shaft that suction air then flow it all over the windings and exaust it out side.

heater are fitted to eliminate the moisture in winding also to maintain the temp. of winding so it will not phrone to thermal stress. start the generator to be synchronize then check the voltage, it should be equal to gen. in service also the phase sequence, check the frequency, the gen. to be synchronize should be a little higher to avoid reverse power, the look at the sychroscope, the light should be rotating clockwise then close the breaker when the light is at 55' before 12..

I already carried out paralleling of generator, and the adjusting and sharing of load. The one cause of generator over speeding is when theres a fault in the governor since its the one maintaining the speed with correspond to varrying load. When theres a suddenly drop of load, its also a factor but the governor still maintain the speed. the voltage, phase sequence and frequency should be equal. The position of light in syncro-scope should be 55"before 12 or 11 before 12. I already carried out to remove the load from alternator to be take out from bus bar and securing it. We need to remove load from the generator to be take out, make sure the remaining load is with in the capacity of the service generator,..continue removing until its near to zero,..10 to 20 kw is ok, dont make it to negative value because the reverse power occur., then open the breaker. after that you can stop the engine and secure it. when theres a fault you need to investigate first, you an ask the person using such equipment, then you can trouble shoot it using the diagram, its better if you know the operation of such equipment then test all possible source of fault. I already done synchronizing of generators using synchroscope and lamps.

fist start the A.E to be synchronize, then set the sychroscope selector switch to this A.E, make sure also the selector switch for pms and switchboard set to switchboard. Check the voltage and frequency make sure equal to the generator in service, then observed the synchroscope it should be rotating clockwise slowly then switch on the breaker when the light is at 5" before 12. its fuction is to regulate the output voltage of generator by varying the excitation current of the exciter field winding so the magnetic force also vary as also in main field winding, so output voltage also vary with depends on the current messure by current transformer attached to output line giving signal to AVR. to andjust the loads of running generator, switch to switchboard control the switch to increase or decease slowly always checked the frequency, it gives a signal to the governor. the PMS automatically controlled the load sharing by comparing the kw load of each generator, it comand the governor to increase or decrease the generator load of the specific generator to maintain the balance in the system. so to reduced load manually the control should be in switchboard and you can reduce the load of the generator to be put out in service at the same time increasing the load of the generator in service, until it reach about 10kw below, you can open the breaker of it.

reduced load manually, the control should be in switchboard and you can reduce the load of the generator to be put out in service at the same time increasing the load of the generator in service, until it reach about 10kw below, you can open the breaker of it, and about 5 minutes you can stop the engine. the emergency generator ussually have a lower capacity than on the normal service generator, in our ship the emerg. Gen. is 120kw while the normal is 3-720kw. It is also ussually located at the upper deck of the ship. It's operation is that when the black out occur it will automatically start and supply all essential load for navigation. its has 440V, 60hz, and 3-phases.

the emergency generator ussually have a lower capacity than on the normal service generator, in our ship the emerg. Gen. is 120kw while the normal is 3-720kw. It is also ussually located at the upper deck of the ship. It's operation is that when the black out occur it will automatically start and supply all essential load for navigation. its has 440V, 60hz, and 3-phases.

its connected

when the three generator failed to start. it can be started manualy at engine side, also by push button on the panel and the auto start when three gen. failed to start. overload.

first must secure lock out/tag out permit then follow the procedure there and make sure there is no electric power present in the system and think always of safety. there is a spring that being charged by a servo motor. Can also be charged manually . to make sure there is no problem in the system before it will be closed.

ussully 3ph induction motors for big pumps and 1ph induction motor for small one. For radar they use synchronous motor.

to protect the motor and its sorounding.

it is chosen because it easy to trip and you sure that the equipment or module is isolated at the fault in a very short period of time "fast reaction" thats why all electronics module uses it. cleaning its body, the fan. Terminal re thightening. Conducting insulation test, resistance test for its winding. Changing bearing. Re condition of winding by cleaning using electrosolve then aired and put varnish lamination. it is connected to the emergency generator and there is a backup battery for it.

to prevent the damage of equipment. because the circuit is being short so the resistance will be extreamly low and by ohms law if you divide the voltage to extreamly low value and that is the current its verry high.

switch off the system test the circuit for possible short in line make sure all is ok, the use a long nose to pull out the damage fuse and put in the new one then energized the system. Make sure also it has the same ampacity. Preferrential tripping is when theres a load that energize that is when add to the load of generator it will overload,.. to avoid there is some non essential load the automatically tripped to avoid overload, same as when theres a short circuit or earthfault..

the common type is the smoke detector it activate when it sense smoke at a certain thickness. its function is to convert one signal to another.

when it is needed of a push or full force. it is done before commencing work for safety, included there is the procedure for isolation of electrical power to the system or equipment to be repaired and its signed by concerning officer. ofcourse first thing make sure that if you switch off that equipment there is no other system that will shut that affect the safety of the ship thats why the concern person must sign to make the inform, switch off the power put a lock out and tag out post a man if necessary then test the source before start work make sure no power and then thats it start working. ofcourse first thing make sure that if you switch off that equipment there is no other system that will shut that affect the safety of the ship thats why the concern person must sign to make the inform, switch off the power put a lock out and tag out post a man if necessary then test the source before start work make sure no power and then thats it start working.

Electric shock is caused by a difference in conduction of electricity across different surfaces. Electricity will always find the path to ground (or the completion of a circuit) that offers the least amount of resistance. When any object providing less resistance than the normal circuit enters the path of the electrons, the current will leave the circuit and travel through the new path to ground. This principle is why birds can stand on electrical wires and be safe, yet a downed electrical wire can be deadly for several hundred feet in all directions. Electricity dissipates in various and unpredictable ways. If you have a difference in voltage from one place to another, and there is a circuit completion (a wire, a finger) in between, current will jump across. Electric shock is not the state of being electrically energized, that can be totally harmless if controlled; it is the state of completing a circuit, or bridging the gap between conductors. below 50V

resistance to ground and ofcourse the volume of electric charged that pass to our body. it can cause burns on skin, ventricular fabrillation, damage to tissue, interference with nervous controls affects heart, lungs and even brain and ofcourse it can be fatal .

its because of effects in nervous control, and also because the heart is affected its muscle move independently instead of coordinate to pulses needed to pump blood an maitain circulation so also cause muscle contraction. If you see someone freezes to live electric contact get a dry clothes, wood plastic rubber or any isulator then push ur pull the victims make sure not to have contact with him. static electricity is very dengerous in tanker because it can cause spark that can ignite a fuel w/c can cause fire and explosion. Having a electrical bonding bonding and earthing on every equipment and isolated part on deck to hull is very important so to maintain zero potential difference. also the uses of intrinsically safe equipment w/c uses electric barrier is very important. use proper PPE make sure no bare live parts. Always check the circuit before commence work. Think always of safety.

means putting barrier like fence and tag so that the people will be aware of the present of hazard so they can avoid accidentally touched or being electricuted, its for their safety.

is a three-terminal resistor with a sliding contact that forms an adjustable voltage divider. If only two terminals are used, one end and the wiper, it acts as a variable resistor or rheostat.

A thermocouple consists of two dissimilar conductors in contact, which produce a voltage when heated. The voltage produced is dependent on the difference of t

it consist of excitation winding and main winding, also a stationary and rotating assembly, lets start with exciter field wdg. Where residual magnetism charged,it gives flux to 3ph armature wdg. w/c part of rotor assembly then it generates a.c current that flows through 3ph rectifier diode converted to dc that supplied the main field wdg. created magnetic flux cutted by the main armature wdg. w/c generates ac current going to switchboard. exciter field wdg. and 3ph main armature wdg. is stationary assembly while 3ph exciter armature wdg., 3ph diode rectifier and main field wdg. is part of rotor assembly. the AVR takes part as giving excitation current to exciter field wdg. depend on the sense phase generated voltage. armature wdg. is the one creating magnetic flux and field wdg. is the one cut it to generate voltage.

Excitation establishes the field, so that when the turbine rotates the rotor through the field you have generator action. Without an established magnetic field, you have no generator action. frequency, voltage and phase sequence.

AVR is the working principle of strengthening the current set on the exciter. If the generator output voltage below the nominal voltage of the generator voltage, the AVR will improve the flow of reinforcement on the exciter. And vice versa if thegenerator output voltage exceeds the nominal voltage generator AVR will reduce the flow of reinforcement on the exciter. Thus, if the generator output voltage changes can be stabilized by the AVR will automatically due equipped with equipment such as tools used for the minimum or maximum limitation of the amplifier that works automatically. Excitation establishes the field, so that when the turbine rotates the rotor through the field you have generator action. Without an established magnetic field, you have no generator action. opening of circuit breaker can be done by manually push the open button, also by automatic opening done by pms, also by undervoltage, overcurrent/short ckt., reverse power, over or under frequency relays. It can be closed by pushing the closed push button or auto also using pms.

opening of circuit breaker can be done by manually push the open button, also by automatic opening done by pms, also by undervoltage, overcurrent/short ckt., reverse power, over or under frequency relays. It can be closed by pushing the closed push button or auto also using pms. It can be closed by pushing the closed push button or auto also using pms. It closed when the spring is charged. It being charged automatically by motor or by manually using a handle to rotate manually to charged the spring. make sure its isolated to the system. the mechanical interlock of it is fitted so that to prevent racking out if still in ON position. The electrical interlock switch is fitted to prevent incorrect sequence of operation and also to make sure the system is ok before closing the ckt.

voltmeter, ammeter, synchroscope, frequency meter all equipment and its body should be earthed properly with green stripped marking to prevent electric shock.

it has primary and secondary wdg. w/c electrical energy is being transferred through induction from one alternatng current ckt. To another without change in frequency. It has primary and secondary voltage, either step up or step own.

it convert ac current to dc current. very hot and very cold environment.

it uses vacuum to pull the atmosphere from sampling points strategically located in the crankcase to the oilmist detector, the amount of optical absorption of infrared light by the oil mist opacity (OP),is directly proportional to the oil mist concentration (OC), as the OP increases it immediatey trigger the alarm relays for safety measures before it reach dengerous level.

voltmeter-measure voltage, use in energized circuit connect parallel to circuit, ammeter-measures current, use in energized ckt. Connect in series with the ckt., also clampmeter use to mesure current use also in energized and its being clamp to the line desired to measure, ohmetermeasure resistance, use in not energized ckt. connect in parallel to the element or ckt. to be measured, also use for checking continuity, 0ohm if closed or short and infinity for open, megger or megaohmeter-use on not. energized ckt. measure insulation resistance, cnnect to ground and other probes to line 1 or 2 or 3, make sure no electronics system is connected.

for short circuit- circuit breaker, for small overload-overload relays, for under voltag-there is under voltage relay that fitted to circuit breaker of generator, also for reverse powerreverse power relay.

sequential starting means the loads to be energize must not to be at the same time, means one after another specialy for big motors because of its high starting current, the generator will overload if there is no sequential starting. Preferrential tripping is when theres a load that energize that is when add to the load of generator it will overload,.. to avoid there is some non essential load the automatically tripped to avoid overload, same as when theres a short circuit or earthfault..

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The principle aim of proportional control is to control the process as the conditions change. The larger the proportional band, the more stable the control, but the greater the offset. The narrower the proportional band, the less stable the process, but the smaller the offset.

eliminate offset by continuously and automatically modifying the controller output in accordance with the control deviation integrated over time. The Integral Action Time (IAT) is defined as the time taken for the controller output to change due to the integral action to equal the output change due to the proportional action. Integral action gives a steadily increasing corrective action as long as an error continues to exist. Such corrective action will increase with time and must therefore, at some time, be sufficient to eliminate the steady state error altogether, providing sufficient time elapses before another change occurs.

measures and responds to the rate of change of process signal, and adjusts the output of the controller to minimise overshoot. It will minimise the deviation from the set point when there is a change in the process condition. It is interesting to note that derivative action will only apply itself when there is a change in process signal. If the value is steady, whatever the offset, then derivative action does not occur. Split level usually the signal split into two . for example in a tank, the output signal can be split into to, let say 050% the valve A should close then from 50-100% the valve B is open. cascade control make use of multiple control loops that involve multiple signals for one manipulated variable.

manipulations of binary variables, basis of all digital systems. It described propositions whose outcome would be either true or false. In computer work it is used in addition to describe circuits whose state can be either 1 (true)or 0 (false).Using the relations defined in the AND, OR and NOT operation.

to calibrate you need to insert it in the temperature sensor calibrator,you set temp. value then compare it to the monitored value sense by the sensor. Note: make sure before you pull out the sensor it has a pocket to avoid leaking. pressure sensor. these pressure devices can calibrate using a pressure calibrator, the engine should be stopped. You need to shut off the inlet valve of the pressure sensor then plug out the inlet and connect in change to it the calibrator, then put a presure on it using the calibrator up to the needed or normal pressure then close the shut off valve of calibrator. Start the engine then open the sut off valve slowly until it reach the alarm and shutdown value, first there should be an alarm, then engine should stop. If theres an error try to adjust little the zero or span. is a device for sensing the rate of fluid flow. Typically a flow sensor is the sensing element used in a flow meter, or flow logger, to record the flow of fluids.

Tachometers can be used to measure speeds (of linear or rotary movement), rates (per minute or per hour), or rates of flow (volumetric, etc.). Pulses are fed to the tachometer at the frequency to be measured. A scale factor is applied to produce readings of the desired type (linear speeds, flow rates, etc.). photo means light, usually infrared light is being focus on a elctric cell then every change in the intensity of light, the cell have corresponding changes also, since its electric it gives signal to monitor, so if theres a oil,smoke or other impurities that will block the light the intensity of it also change, with a certain change an corresponding acion is given usully alarm.

temparature, pressure, level, flow, viscosity, speed,

it uses vacuum to pull the atmosphere from sampling points strategically located in the crankcase to the oilmist detector, the amount of optical absorption of infrared light by the oil mist opacity (OP),is directly proportional to the oil mist concentration (OC), as the OP increases it immediatey trigger the alarm relays for safety measures before it reach dengerous level.

A thermocouple consists of two dissimilar conductors in contact, which produce a voltage when heated. The voltage produced is dependent on the difference of temperature of the junction to other parts of the circuit. A piezoelectric sensor is a device that uses the piezoelectric effect to measure pressure, acceleration, strain or force by converting them to anelectrical charge.

is a device that measures the differential pressure between two inputs, the signal is often wired to an indicator that reads out locally, or remotely in a control room, and/or as a control (or feedback) signal to a valve, pump, or other control element to maintain a set pressure, or limit a maximum pressure. Typically, the signal is 4-20 mA DC loop current,[2] where, usually, 4mA represents the minimum differential pressure and 20mA represents the maximum differential pressure. Alternatlively, the signal may be a variable voltage, or digital information stream.

Capacitance level sensors are used for wide variety of solids, aqueous and organic liquids, and slurries. The technique is frequently referred as RF as radio frequency signals applied to the capacitance circuit. The sensors can be designed to sense material with dielectric constants as low as 1.1 (coke and fly ash) and as high as 88 (water) or more. Sludges and slurries such as dehydrated cake and sewage slurry (dielectric constant approx. 50) and liquid chemicals such as quicklime (dielectric constant approx. 90) can also be sensed A flowmeter is an instrument used to measure linear, nonlinear, mass or volumetric flow rate of a liquid or a gas. Other electric meter uses a rotor and each rotation determines the volumetric flow of a liquid.

A flow sensor is a device for sensing the rate of fluid flow. Typically a flow sensor is the sensing element used in a flow meter, or flow logger, to record the flow of fluids. As is true for all sensors, absolute accuracy of a measurement requires a functionality for calibration. There are various kinds of flow sensors and flow meters, including some that have a vane that is pushed by the fluid, and can drive a rotary potentiometer, or similar devices. Other flow sensors are based on sensors which measure the transfer of heat caused by the moving medium. This principle is common for microsensors to measure flow. Transducer convert it to electrical signal.

to avoid moisture and thermal shock.

it has two port connected to inlet and outlet of the filter for example and this two going to transmitter and the transmitter get the difference of the two so this is its output.

it converts one signal to another. For ex. Pressure sense by the sensor convert to current usually 4-20ma or voltage.

sequential starting means the loads to be energize must not to be at the same time, means one after another speciaaly for big motors because of its high starting current, the generator will overload if there is no sequential starting. Preferrential tripping is when theres a load that energize that is when add to the load of generator it will overload,.. to avoid there is some non essential load the automatically tripped to avoid overload, same as when theres a short circuit or earthfault.. for sequential all pumps for m.e also ballast pump and other huge load. for preferential all not essential equipment.

lub oil pressure device can test by actual closing of valve then wait for it to reach the setting to activate also by using a pressure calibrator, you can connect the calibrator to pressure transmitter then put a presure on it the open it slowly until it reach the set value. for over speed trip you can lower the setting so that it will reach and activate the device or also use frequency generator. for temperature there is temp. calibrator.

cascade control make use of multiple control loops that involve multiple signals for one manipulated variable. Split level usually the signal split into two .

in open loop usually there is an input then it being process then there is output, end. But in closed loop there is input then process then output but in between process and output there is a signal from it going back to input, its called feedback and it determine the input reaction. then the cycle goes on and on thats why its closed.

this panel is fitted with alam for lub. Oil, fuel oil, starting air, control air, j.c.w, exhaust gas and charge air pressure and temp. also for t.c speed and lubrication. Bearing temp. also there. The speed monitoring system and also the starting condition, the turning gear, air v/v and shutdown device.

temparature, pressure, level, flow, viscosity, speed,

it converts one signal to another. For ex. Pressure sense by the sensor convert to current usually 4-20ma or voltage. offset means counteracts,or develops frome something, fail safe is a condition of a device in the system that even its fail the system will be in safe condition, like the switch of a relay when connect to circuit either NO or NC. Proportonal band is to control the process as the conditions change. The larger the proportional band, the more stable the control, but the greater the offset. The narrower the proportional band, the less stable the process, but the smaller the offset.

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you can use the pressure calibrator connect it to the sensor then inject specific pressure value then check the monitor if the sensor give the same, if not the adjust the zero-span of the sensor with correspond to the error of the sensor. I already carried out testing of it using temperature sensor calibrator, you just insert the sensor on it and set a specific temparature then wait until it reach then check the monitor if have the same.

already carried out this testing.

already carried out this testing. engine should be stop. Breaker open. Isolate all electronic board.

already carried out this testing, for over voltage you just lower the setting value then it will activate, for reverse power lower also the setting as the same in the other.

already carried out this.

engine should be stop. Breaker open. Isolate all electronic board. I already done. Megger testing, re tightening of terminals and visual checking, cleaning if necessary.

engine should be stop. Breaker open. Isolate all electronic board.

already carried out this testing.

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this procedure is to make sure that no one will be accidentaly switch on the circuit where a work is commenced for the safety of the crew working on it, the circuit breaker is being locked w/ proper tag like "do not switch on".

befor e worki ng on electr

it is to make sure the the system cannot start if theres a fault on it it needed first to be rectified to avoid more damage.

already carried out. When testing informed first the bridge then proceed for testing use the smoke spray. If not alarm clean if not change with spare.

already done. For battery voltage checking its maintenance free. For starters re thightening if necessary. For limit switches put grease and exsercise it, move it.

because there is a pressence of flammable gas which can ignite by a spark and even when testing there is a posibility that there will be a spark so the chief officer first make sure that there is no precense of flammable gas for safety.

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n the difference of temperature of the junction to other parts of the circuit.