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WRITTEN PAPER 1: MARINE ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE (GENERAL) Introduction to Marine Engineering Materials Properties and uses, Processes.

Marine Engineering Materials Basic Metallurgy, metals and processes, Iron Carbon Equilibrium Diagram, Heat treatment of carbon steels, Non Ferrous alloys, Nonmetallic materials, Welding, Gas cutting, Materials under load, Vibrations. Industrial Chemistry Fundamentals, Acidity / Alkalinity, Corrosion, Water testing/treatment/ Introduction to fuels and lubricants, toxic and other ill effects of cargoes on human and environment. Fabrication, welding, Joining and Cutting Permanent joints, Riveting, Soldering, Self secured joints, Safety and health when welding, Principles of electrical arc welding. Principles of gas welding, Welded joints and low carbon steels, Carbon faults in welded joints, Plate work-marking out, Thermal Cutting, Mechanical cutting, Forming, Bending plates, Inspection, Pipe work. Manufacture of components. Gauges, deck machinery, gearing, clutches. Introduction to ship and Ships routines Sensing and monitoring devices associated with marine equipment; Propulsion transmission systems, including thrust and shaft bearings, stern tubes and propellers; Steering and stabilizing systems, including bow thrusters; Refrigeration machinery and air conditioning systems. Safe and efficient operation in the UMS mode; Procedures to be adopted for operating main machinery under emergency conditions. Auxiliary steam boilers and Auxiliary steam plant Steam boiler mountings and feed water systems; Auxiliary steam boilers and associates equipment, Boiler water testing and conditioning. Operation of auxiliary steam plant, pipelines, condenser, drain cooler. Auxiliary boiler fuel and air blower system. Methods of checking water level in steam boilers and action necessary if water level is abnormal. Safe Engineering Watch-Keeping. Procedures to be adopted in sage watch keeping. Procedures of taking over and handing over watches. Routine work during watch keeping such as soot blowing, cleaning of filters, pumping out of bilges through oily separator, routine pumping operations of fuel oil, ballast water, fire pump and cargo pumping system, remote operation of pumping system

and associates controls, purification and clarification of fuel oil, purification of lubricating oil. Construction and characteristic of Separators, Purifiers and Clarifies. Location of common faults in machinery and plant in engine and boiler rooms and action necessary to prevent damage. Interpretation of functional tests on communications and control system. Maintenance of machinery space log book and the significance of reading taken. Ship Bilge / Ballast / Cargo oil Pumps and pumping system. Carious types of pumps, construction, operation and characteristic. Compressors construction, operation and characteristics. Compressed air system. Air bottles, construction, mounting and associated system. Hydrophore system. Fresh water generators and vacuum evaporators Construction, characteristics and operation of fresh water generators and vacuum evaporators. Safety & emergency procedures. Change over of remote/automatic to local control of all main and auxiliary systems. Safe working practices. Safe practices in carrying out hot work and welding. Procedures to be taken while handling heavy machinery parts and overhauling of engines. Cleaning, man-entry and hot work in enclosed compartments. Emergency procedures such as actions to be taken in case of fire including fire drill, flooding of engine room compartment, rescue operation of injured persons, actions to be taken in case of stoppage of main engine, auxiliary engine and associated system. WRITTEN PAPER 2: MARINE ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE (MOTOR OR STEAM) Marine Plant Operation Construction, characteristics and operation of large bore and medium speed engines Diesel Engines parts. Performance characteristics of diesel engines by taking indicator cards. Steering gear, Auxiliary Boilers. Operation of Marine Machinery, Equipments and Diesel Engines. Marine Diesel engines, Aux steam boilers, construction and details of all parts and fittings. Fuel and combustion system. Marine diesel engine, (trunk and cross-head types) gearing systems and clutches. Starting and reversing system; Cooling and lubricating systems; Fuel oil preparation systems; Auxiliary diesel engine and associated equipment. Control and alarm systems associates with automatic operation of a diesel plant. Assessment of engine power, the running adjustments to maintain

performance. Safe and efficient operation and maintenance of marine diesel engines/Steam turbines. Crank case inspection, depth gauge and crank shaft deflection. UMS operations. Governors, Turbo chargers. Supercharging and Scavenging system.

WRITTEN PAPER 3: MARINE ELECTROTECHNOLOGY The electrical circuit Units ampere, ohm, volt. Difference between electromotive force and potential difference. Ohms Law, Kirchoffs Laws, Simple and parallel circuits involving e.m.f current and resistance. Non-linear resistors in parallel with constant value resistors. Power and energy. Specific resistance. Temperature coefficient of resistance. Conductor resistance, effect of length, area, material and temperature, D.C. wire distribution system. Types of insulation. Wheatstones network bridge, slide wire bridge, application to steering gears, resistance pyrometers, strain gauges. Electrolytic action and secondary cells. Theory of electrolytic dissociation applied to common solutions. Uses of electrolysis. Secondary cells (acid or alkaline), construction and principles, maintenance, charging. Watt hour and ampere-hour efficiencies. Electromagnetism, electromagnetic induction, simple magnetic circuit. Simple magnetic theory. Magnetic field due to current in straight conductors, loops coils and solenoids. Relative direction of current and field. Faradays and Lenzs Laws. Magnitude and direction of induced e.m.f. Force produced on a current carrying conductor. Flux density. Effect of iron Magneto motive force (m.m.f), permeability, Reluctance. Simple magnetic circuit, typical B/H and H/B circuit. Alternating current theory. Simple continuous periodic waves: frequency, amplitude instantaneous, maximum r.m.s. and average values, form factor. Phasor representation of A.C. quantities. Phase difference. The inductor Inductance and its effect on the circuit. The capacitor. Capacitance and its effect on the circuit. Simple series and parallel circuits. Relationship between resistance, reactance and impedance. Simple treatment of power factor. Power in single phase A.C. circuit Instruments. Qualitative treatment of the Principles and functions of A.C and D.C indicating instruments and relays. Uses of shunts and series resistances to increase the range. Rectifiers and transducers.

Distribution systems. Systems. Systems of A.C. and D.C. shipboard installation. Protective devices such as fuse, circuit breakers, earth lamps. Cable material and installation. Connection of shore supply D.C. machines. The principles, constructional details and protection of D.C. series, shunt and compound wound motors and generators. Self excitation, e.m.f. and load voltage equations. Load characteristics. Method of voltage control, paralleling procedures and load sharing for generators. Need for and types of starter, speed and torque equations, speed control of D.C motors. A.C. Machines Simple explanation of the principles, constructional details and protection of alternators squirrel-cage induction motors and single-phase transformers. Parallel running and synchronising theory. Electronics Qualitative treatment of Atomic structure and bonding. Semi-conductors. Junction diodes, junction transistors and their operating characteristics. Simple transistor circuit. Conduction in gases, insulators. Semiconductors and Conductors. Photoelectronic effect. Control Systems Simple theory of all control systems, location of common faults and action to prevent damage. WRITTEN PAPER 4: MARINE ENGINEERING PRACTICE Marine Engineering Maintenance Fastening. Preparation for work on machinery, heat exchangers. General maintenance procedures. Centrifugal pumps fitted with a means of air extraction, reciprocating pumps. Screw and Gear pumps. Pipes, valves, air compressors, heat exchanger. Maintenance and repair of engines Diesel engine, auxiliary steam engine, petrol engine, turbocharger. Diesel engine components. Wear and tear, alignment of machinery components. Correction of defects breakdown repairs, steering gear. Maintenance and repair of auxiliary equipment Maintenance and repair of oil fuel burners, propulsion shafting, refrigeration, deck machinery Maintenance and repair of electrical and electronic equipment. Maintenance and repair of Auxiliary Boilers. Maintenance of generators, motors and circuit breakers.

Maintenance and repairs of deck machinery and hydraulic equipment and control systems. Hull inspection, maintenance and repairs of vessel in dry dock. Safety and emergency procedures Sage isolation of all main and auxiliary machinery, electrical plants and equipment required before personnel are permitted to work on such plant and equipment. Safe trails commissioning after repairs and trials. NAVAL ARCHITECTURE AND SHIP CONSTRUCTION General Displacement, Structural strength. Simple problems on strength of structural member to resist liquid pressure. Loading due to head of liquid. Centre of gravity Shift of centre of gravity due to addition or removal of mass, calculation of centre of gravity of regular figure, the Inclining experiment. Coefficients of form Block, Mid-ship section, Prismatic and Water-plane area coefficients. Laws of Flotation Draught and buoyancy. Archimedes principle, Tonne per centimeter immersion, Alteration of mean draught due to change density of water, Buoyancy and reserve buoyancy. Effect of bilging a mid-ship compartment. Loading to a given load line. Fresh water allowance. Wetted surface area, Application of Simpsons Rules to areas, moments of areas, volumes and moments of volumes. Transverse stability Centre of buoyancy. Metacenter and its location. Transverse moment of mass. Stability at small angles of heel (given the second moment of area of the waterplance or formulae), stiff and tender ships, range of stability, righting moment, calculation of ships stability, Atewoods formula, Wall sided formula, angle of Loll. Descriptive treatment of the effect of free surface of liquids on stability. Cross Curves of stability, curves of Statical stability, Range of stability, initial metacentric height, righting lever, dynamical stability, free board, International conference on Load lines, Load line certificate.

Trim Centre of flotation, change in trim due to addition of masses. Longitudinal Metacentre, Moment to change trim by one centimeter. Change in trim due to bilging. Resistance and propulsion Comparison of skin frictional resistance of hull with model at difference speeds, , Residual resistance wave making form, eddy and air resistance. Admiralty and fuel coefficients. Froudes law of comparison, Specific fuel consumption, Relation between speed of vessel and fuel consumption with constant displacement and assuming that resistance varies as (speed)n. Propellers and Rudders Elementary treatment of propeller and simple problems on pitch, pitch ratio, apparent slip, true slip, speed pf advance, wake, thrust and various powers. Types of rudders, force acting on a rudder, angle of heel to force on the rudder, Angle of heel due to turning. Dry-docking. Ship construction Common terms used in the measurement of steel ships length between perpendiculars. Breadth overall, moulded depth, draught and freeboard. Definitions of shipbuilding terms in general use. Descriptions and sketches of structural members in ordinary types of steel ships. Watertight doors. Hatches and hatch covers. Rudders, Bow-thrusters. Propellers, Watertight bulkheads. Double bottoms. Anchors and cables, loss of anchor, cracked rudder plate. Fore and aft peak tanks, double bottom and deep tank filling and pumping arrangements. Compartmental drainage. Leveling arrangement for damages side compartments. Ship dimensions and form: Definitions of camber, rise of floor, sheer, rake. General arrangement of general cargo, oil tankers, bulk carries, combination carriers, containers, Ro-Ro, gas carriers, chemical carriers and passenger ships; pressurized and/or refrigerated carriage of LPG, LNG, ethylene vessels, double hull oil tankers. Arrangements for the carriage of dangerous goods in bulk. Ventilation arrangements (natural and mechanical) for pump rooms in tankers and for holds and oil fuel tanks. Hull structure and ships stresses: Proper names for the various parts standard steel sections. Bow and stern: stern frame. Hogging, sagging, racking, panting, pounding, slamming, structural arrangements forward and aft to withstand panting and pounding.

Welding, cutting and gouging practices, manual arc welding, tungsten inert gas welding, metal inert gas welding, safety in welding, cutting methods, testing of welds destructive and non-destructive methods, faults in welded joints.

Fittings: Water tightness to the hatches, opening on oil tankers, chain lockers and attachment of cables, bilge piping system, ballast system, sounding and air pipes. Rudders and propellers. Construction of rudders and propeller, controllable pitch propeller, stern tube arrangement. Load lines and draught marks: Deck line, free board, Plimsol line. Stability of ships, Working knowledge and application of stability and trim, fundamentals of water tight integrity, actions to be taken in the event of partial loss of intact stability. Cathodic protection, sacrificial anodes, impressed current system. WRITTEN PAPER 6 SHIP SAFETY & ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION. Demonstrate the knowledge of the precaution to be taken to prevent pollution of the Marine environment. While bunkering, loading/discharging oil cargo, tank, cleaning, pumping out bilges, knowledge of construction and operation of Oil pollution prevention equipment in engine room and on tankers. Legislation with regard pollution prevention MARPOL 73/78 and other national legislation like OPA 90. MARPOL equipment. Knowledge of Codes of Safe Working Practices as published.; knowledge of type of information issued by D.G. Shipping with regard to safety at sea; Safe Working Practices; Oil record book and SOPEP manual. Precautions against fire and explosions, fire prevention, detection and extinction in all parts of a ship Personal survival techniques and life saving appliances on ship, Medical Care. Theory of fire; Fire control abroad ship; Ships fire fighting organsiation. Training is seafarers in fire fighting; Procedures for fire fighting; Inspection and servicing of fire appliances and equipment; Fire fighting process hazards; First Aid; Fire investigations and reporting; Case studies; Introduction and safety; Emergency situations, Principles of survival; Use of survival equipment. Lifeboats and their launching survival in lifeboats: Survival craft and rescue board; Methods of helicopter rescue. Launching arrangements; Lifeboat engine and accessories; Evacuation; Signaling equipment and pyrotechnics; First aid; Radio equipment; Launching and

handling survival craft in rough weather; understand practical applications of medical guides; understand process of radio medical advice; demonstrate knowledge of actions to be taken in case of accidents or illness that are likely to occur on board ships.

Legislation Knowledge of National & International legislation, IMO & Conventions, Indian Merchant Shipping Act & Rules, Classification societies, Charterers, Personal relationship on board ship. Statutory Surveys and Certification, Port State Control, Flag State Inspection, ISM Code.