Which of the following directives prescribes polices and procedures for administering the coast guard paperwork management program?
A. Comdtinst 5210.5
B. Comdtinst m5212.12
C. Comdtinst m5215.6
D. Comdtinst m9000.1
B. Comdtinst m5212.12
Which statement best describes the purpose of a directive?
D. A military communication in which policy is established or specific action is ordered
What chapter / section of the dpri listing identifies the order form to use to request updates, replacement, or new directives?
C. Chapter 1, section c
Where should you log the official changes issued to a directive?
A. Record of changes page
What reporting interval for the cutter engineering report?
B. Every calendar year ending 31 dec
What is the reporting interval for the underwater body paint report?
A. After each routine or emergency drydock
Within how many days of an inspection are you required to submit the boat inspection report?
The original drydocking and underwater body inspection work sheet is submitted to?
C. Mlc via nesu
Which report requires entries to ensure that the unit has maintained records for demps or performance test, bottom paint, pms completion, and boat records?
D. Boat inspection report
Which report covers conducting inspections on safety items, hull, machinery/electrical, and administrative programs and recording pms completion percentages?
B. Cutter engineering report
For whec, wmec, and wagb class vessels, which report is required to be maintained by both the operations and engineering departments?
A. Tag-out log
What does the coast guard use to administer the configuration management process?
C. Engineering change request
Which report contains data that is used to preserve the continuity of equipment?
C. Machinery history
Which report is submitted by the unit to identify all maintenance work beyond the capability of the unit's assigned personnel?
D. Current ship's maintenance project
How long are units required to retain copies of boat inspection reports?
What type of equipment casualty is reported on the material casualty report?
A casualty report (casrep) should be submitted for any equipment malfunction or deficiency that cannot be corrected within 48 hours and affects the unit's_____?
B. Primary and secondary missions
Which information set identifies the message type and message originator info on a casrep?
D. Msgid set
Pertinent identifying info about the casrep equipment item being reported on is found in the _____ info set?
Which number properly identifies the fourth initial casrep being forwarded by a unit in 2005?
Which type of information should be entered into the ssmp?
D. Storm or casualty damage sustained by structures, utilities, or equipment
What priority code should you use on an ssmr for shore station maintenance project that is to be accomplished as part of a normal back log?
The statement of work is used to measure _____ performance?
For which of the following reasons would a change recommendation be made to an existing ssmr?
D. Safety issues
Who determines what procedures are used to make a change to the ssmr?
C. Sectors/group sops
When maintaining a heat exchanger, you must adhere to which of the following safety procedures?
B. Always wear rubber or plastic gloves, goggles or plastic face shield, rubber or plastic apron, and boots when using trisodium phosphate.
When cleaning the tube sheet and inside shell of a heat exchanger, use a stiff _____ brush or plastic scraper.
When cleaning a plate-type heat exchanger, you should use caution when handling the plates because?
C. Edges can be very sharp and may cause injury
Which type of damage will usually result from current flow between dissimilar metals?
What percentage of tubes becoming plugged in a tube type heat exchanger will cause the exchanger to function improperly?
Which of the following is not a purpose of an auxiliary boiler?
C. To provide steam for propulsion
Two types of auxiliary boilers in use in the coast guard are?
A. Watertube and tiretube
The temperature at which water boils is called the boiling point or the?
B. Saturation temperature
What is the liquid called that results from saturated steam giving up its heat?
What component controls the start up and shutdown sequence of an auxiliary boiler?
C. Flame safeguard control (fsc)
Which of the following conditions is not generally a hazard associated with auxiliary boilers?
B. Diffuser swirl
How often should auxiliary boiler feedwater supply system be tested?
The alkalinity test has been replaced by direct measurement of _____ on Johnson boilers
The riley-beaird flash type evaporator has _____ stages.
The feedwater for the distilling plant is supplied from the sea and enters the system through a ______ sea chest.
The water level appears over halfway in the sight glasses that are mounted on the front of a flash type evaporator unit. This situation could be caused by a restricted flow of the feedwater between flash chambers or by ______?
D. Faulty operation of the brine overboard pump through the overthrottling of the brine overboard discharge valve
The temp pilot to the feedwater temp regulator should maintain a temperature of ______ degrees Fahrenheit
When the steam feedwater heater shell pressure decrease from approximately 11 inches hg (vacuum) to 0 psig, you should _____?
C. Perform a cleaning procedure
What are the two basic types of ows?
A. Vacuum gravity and pressure
The natural ability of two dissimilar liquids to separate is called the principle of _____?
Which of the following is not a coalescing media that would improve the efficiency of oil removal?
C. Emulsified polycarbonate
What component of an ows employs an optical system based on the principles of light scattering?
A. Oil content detector
The "clean water inlet" and "clean water outlet" found in an ows are what type of valve?
B. Solenoid valve
Which statement best describes pascals law?
C. Pressure that is applied to a confined liquid is transmitted undiminished in all directions and acts with equal force on equal areas
The piston on the left has a surface area of 4 square inches. The piston on the right has a surface are of 40 square inches. If 20lbs of pressure is applied to the piston on the left, how much weight will the piston on the right support?
C. 200 lbs
Which situation may be a cause of a malfunctioning hydraulic system?
D. Presence of air in the system
Which of the following is not a safety precaution/guideline that should be considered prior to starting work on a hydraulic system?
Never move a control valve in any direction as it will cause pressure to build up when the system is disconnected.
Which of the following is not a safety precaution that should be taken while working on a hydraulic system?
Completely depressurize the section of the system being worked on, and if possible, remove hydraulic fluid to an approved storage container. To verify that a system is depressurized, check gauges installed in the system. If gauges are not present, slowly crack open fittings and check for pressure
A hydraulic system is found to have a fault that is described as "over-riding work load." How should you correct the problem?
D. Adjust, repair, or replace the counter balance valve
Two types of filters commonly used in hydraulic systems are?
D. Full flow and proportional flow
Two types of strainers commonly used in hydraulic systems are?
C. Wire mesh and edge disk
The primary indication that a filter element is clogged and needs renewing is?
B. A pressure differential that exceeds a specific value
What are two types of ac motors?
A. Induction and synchronous
B. Single-phase and poly-phase
C. Wound-rotor and squirrel cage
D. Single-phase and wound-rotor
A induction and synchronous
Which type of ac motor is most widely used today?
D. Single-phase induction
What nema code is most commonly found on the nameplate for ac induction motors?
Which of the following is not normally identified on a motors nameplate?
Which motor nameplate term identities the rated full-load speed of a motor?
A. Revolutions per minute
Which directive contains a list of the electronical safety precautions pertaining to working on ac motors?
A. Nstm, chapter 300
What is the onboard training team used for?
A. To assess watch station performance for drills and exercises
Which obtt member is responsible for record keeping during and after the exercise?
D. Training team leader
What is the maximum number of members that can be assigned to a large cutters obtt?
D. No specific maximum
Which of the following obtts must be established specifically for cutters 175 feet and over in length?
D. Integrated training team (itt)
When the obtt is planning an exercise drill, consideration must be given to the possibility of what situation?
C. Actual hazardous condition
Once the drill plan has been put together, what risk assessment model is used to determine if unnecessary risks are being taken and that safety precautions have been established?
What is the maximum numerical score that should be used on the exercise evaluation sheets?
How many points will be deducted from the overall drill score for major safety violation?
What may actually be considered as the most important part of a drill exercise?
B. Collecting and providing accurate feedback
Exercise evaluations will be maintained by the training officer for a minimum of how many yrs after the exercise has been completed?
What is the function of the pressure rate control piston in a selector valve assembly?
To provide a rapid, yet smooth pressure rise for the hydraulic system
What supports shafting on the inside of the ships skin?
Line shaft bearing
Where are the bearings used to support sections of the shafting outside the skin of the ship located?
For safety purposes, what should be disconnected and insulated prior to starting work on any marine gear?
Engine battery earth cable
For safety purpose, what should be covered prior to removing to prevent spraying or splashing of pressurized fluids?
When shall the supervisor assess engine condition in regards to a possible overhaul?
At 80% of the operating hour overhaul interval
Loose, damaged, or leaking oil, fuel, or coolant lines can cause what?
This engine component failure is characterized by improper valve rapper adjustments?
Camshaft and bearing trouble
What two certifiable conditions must be maintained in tanks or compartments or when conducting hot work in an area in conjunction with an overhaul?
Safe for personnel
Safe for hot work
What is the wear criterin and critical dimension data of components based on when cleaning and inspecting a disassembled engine?
Manufacturers service/technical manual
What is a sea trial period intended to demonstrate?
Proper operation of an overhauled mde
This engine component failure is characterized by presence of fine abrasives in lubricants?
Bearing wear causing looseness without apparent surface disintigration
This engine component failure is characterized by a presence of abnormal amount of carbon?
Improper piston ring clearance
This engine component failure is characterized by misalignment of idler gears?
Drive chain failure
This engine component failure is characterized by improper functioning of a torsion vibration damper?
Bent or broken crankshaft
Who is responsible for ordering flex hoses, gauges, and all consumables required for an internal combustion engine overhaul?
What is a correct action for impairment of a cluth drum surface that is badly grooved or worn?
Re-machine drum surfaces as outlined in the manufacturers technical publication
A satisfactory contact percentage of gear tooth bearing contacting across the axial length of the working surface is what percentage?
Which of the following does not cause low oil pressure in a propulsion transmission?
Stuck regulating piston in the selector valve assembly
In the event of a hydraulic system failure of a propulsion transmission, which component is designed to allow the ship to return to port?
During the wear-in period for new gears or bearings, metal flakes and dirt not removed may result in a what?
Clogged oil spray nozzle
Which component of a propulsion transmission maintains the oil in the reduction gear sump at the proper temperature?
To reduce the propeller rpm's and to permit the high engine rpm's for operation of engine accessories, what type of assembly should be installed?
Trolling valve assembly
What design feature in the plate face of the driven clutch plates permits the flow of cooling and lubricating oil to pass with equal distribution?
What function does the piston and spring serve on the oil return pipe assembly?
Regulate low pressure oil supply
What are two terms used to describe gear type mechanisms?
No inspection plate, connection, fitting, or cover that permits access to the gear casing should be removed without specific authorization by whom?
Under what circumstances can open gear cases be left unattended?
If satisfactory temporary closures
When should a final alignment of propulsion engines to shafting be attempted?
When the vessel is in the water
The section of shafting outside the skin of the ship are usually supported with what?
Which power transmission component in a propulsion system transmits power from the driving unit to the driven unit?
Marine propulsion unit
Under what circumstances can a gear with an overheated bearing be allowed to operate?
Under extreme emergencies, until the bearings have been examined and defect remedied
When should you not attempt to make a final alignment of propulsion engine/shafting?
When fuel, water, and temporary ballast tanks are empty
Lubricating oil used in the maintenance of gears and bearings on power transmissions equipment should be clean and free of what?
What can the shaft flange be aligned to during an alignment?
Output flange of reduction gear
Slow speed diesel
What is one of the greatest contributions you can make as a good supervisor?
Develop good leaders
What step in supervising serves to identify that work has been performed properly and evaluates the skill and knowledge of personnel who have performed the work?
Inspecting the job done
How offten will the supervisor of an engine overhaul conduct and complete a progress report?
During which stage of an overhaul should a supervisor order all consumables required to complete the task?
Upon completion of an overhaul, the supervisor will ensure the completion is documented in to what two reporting systems?
Cutter engineering report for next year
What components should you check prior to engine disassembly for an overhaul?
Face and bore alignment between engine flywheel and flexible coupling
How long may a sea trial period be required to last in order to demonstrate proper operation of an overhauled mde?
4 to 6 hours
What should you place on all exposed driveshaft, belt pulleys, or similar rotating parts prior to working on a marine gear?
When is it necessary to scrap bearings?
Fitting a replacement bearing
Correcting gear tooth alignment
For increased clearance
Overheating of a propulsion transmission can be attributed to what?
Trolling at too high an engine speed
What is the purpose of the first function involved in a shaft alignment?
Alighn bearings that support the shaft
What alignment function is used to eliminate shafted-excited vibration and noise?
Align bearings that support the shaft
What four tasks is the supervisor responsible for during the execution stage of an overhaul?
Supervising all work
List the four major areas of responsibility that apply to all supervisory positions
Production safety, health, physical awareness
Training and development of subordinates
Records and reports
When troubleshooting a propulsion transmission, what are the probable cause of no oil pressure?