EOOW Murder Board

  1. LOQM: Explain the C & B flow WITHOUT on-line purification.
    • Free water present – BS&W
    • No free water but hazy/cloudy – wait 30 min
    • Still hazy/cloudy after 30 min – hot bath (120 deg)
    • Still hazy/cloudy after hot bath – transparency test
    • Transparency test unsat – BS&W
    • Transparency test sat – BRIGHT
    • If bright – Visual Sediment Test
    • Visual Sediment Test unsast – BS&W
    • Visual Sediment Test sat - CLEAR
  2. LOQM: What is a SAT BS&W?
    • Sediment less than .1%
    • Combined less than .2%
  3. LOQM: What is a WARNING CONDITION BS&W?
    • Sediment less than .1%
    • Combined from .2% - .4 %
  4. LOQM: What is an UNSAT BS&W?
    • Sediment .1% or higher
    • Combine equal to or greater than .4%
  5. LOQM: What to do when WARNING CONDITION exist for system WITHOUT on-line purification?
    • Equipment can be operated within 7 days. Notify CO and troubleshoot while sampling daily
    • Equipment NOT operating more than 7 days: CO’s permission to operate is required. OR change oil
  6. LOQM: What to do when UNSAT CONDITION exist for system WITHOUT on-line purification?
    CO’s permission to operate. Or change oil.
  7. LOQM: What to do when UNSAT CONDITION exist for system WITH on-line purification?
    • One resample required
    • Identify contamination within 48 hours while purifying. If not identified, secure unless authorized by the CO.
    • If contamination identified within 48 hours, purify sump for additional 48 hours. If still unsat, log results, change oil, and contact send a message and submit a job
  8. What is the criteria for 40 WT?
    ?
  9. What is Viscosity?
    Fluid resistance to flow
  10. LOQM: What causes thickening of L/O?
    Carbon or soot build up
  11. What is the limit for Viscosity?
    2.64 ml
  12. What is the limit for dilution?
    3.5%
  13. LOQM: What is Viscosity important for oil?
    Reduction in viscosity indicates contamination with fuel or coolant o wrong oil was used
  14. LOQM: Why test for 40 WT Viscosity?
    • Test for correct oil
    • To ensure actual 40 WT
  15. LOQM: What is TBN?
    a measure of the remaining amount of alkalinity additive package used to neutralize acidic byproducts of combustion in diesel engine
  16. LOQM: What is the minimum required TBN?
    50%
  17. LOQM: What to do when TBN is below 50%
    Drained or replace oil
  18. LOQM: What part of program is Kittiwake?
    Diesel Readiness
  19. LOQM: What is the criteria for 40 WT PTT?
    C & B and viscosity
  20. LOQM: What oil does the LPAC and MPAC use?
    ?
  21. LOQM: What equipment uses 2190?
    MRG, LSB, and CPP
  22. LOQM: How often is MRG sample taken?
    Daily
  23. LOQM: MRG L/O should be at what temp prior to operation?
    90 deg
  24. LOQM: How many hours should the MRG be purified and IAW what?
    12 hours IAW Cheng
  25. LOQM: What color does 2190 change to and why?
    • Red – rust particles or water
    • Green – copper or tin
    • Dark – oxidation

    • LOQM: What NSTM is used for 2190 and 40 WT?
    • 262
  26. LOQM: What is the acceptable viscosity for 40 WT?
    ?
  27. LOQM: What is the marginal viscosity for 40 WT?
    ?
  28. LOQM: What equipment has a purifier?
    MRG and CPP
  29. LOQM: What equipment does not have a purifier?
    LSB
  30. LOQM: What is the criteria for equipment with purifier?
    C & B
  31. LOQM: What is the criteria for equipment without a purifier?
    BS & W
  32. LOQM: What is the logics of MPDE?
    • Normal pressure – 70-85 psi
    • Stby pump starts – 58 psi
    • Shut down – 50 psi
  33. FOQM: What is the purpose of FOQM?
    Monitor fuel when receiving
  34. FOQM: When is fuel sample taken when receiving?
    Beginning, middle, end, and every 15 min during
  35. FOQM: What are the eSOMS colors?
    • Yellow – draft mode
    • Orange - first and second person signed
    • Green - authorized to be hung
    • Red - hung
    • Blue - authorized to be removed
    • Grey - tags cleared
  36. T/O: What requires a single valve protection?
    Liquid or gas systems not requiring tow barrier protection. At least one pressure barrier shall be established between the maintenance area and the system liquid or gas.

    • T/O: What requires a double valve barrier protection for tag-out?
    • High temperature (200 F or more).
    • High pressure (1000 PSI or greater).
    • All sea connected systems (except lines less than 1/2 inch NPS inboard of the backup valves)
    • All hull penetrations below the maximum anticipated waterline (except mechanical and electrical penetrations designed for single closure (e.g., shaft or cable penetrations, etc.))
    • Fluids with flash point below 200°F.
    • Oxygen.
    • Hazardous, toxic vapor
  37. T/O: What is the difference between TUMS rev 6 and rev 7?
    Rev 7 enable the CO to sign electronically
  38. T/O: What are the different color means?
    • ?
    • T/O: What to do when tag is missing or damage?
  39. HEAT STRESS: When is Heat Stress Survey required?
    • At 90 degrees for watches more than 4 hours
    • At 100 degrees for watches less than 4 hours
    • Prior to drill over 3 hours
    • After heat stress casualty
    • When ordered
  40. HEAT STRESS: When is Dry Bulb temperature recorded?
    ?
  41. HEAT STRESS: What will trigger a repeat or follow-on Heat Stress Survey?
    • Dry Bulb changes 5 deg up/down and would cause the stay time to increase/decrease
    • Wet Bulb changes 3 deg up/down
  42. HEAT STRESS: When is follow-on Heat Stress Survey required?
    • After a 5 deg up change in temp
    • 5 deg down if stay time changes
  43. HEAT STRESS: What is a Time Waited?
    ?
  44. HEAT STRESS: What is PHEL (Physiological Heat Exposure Limit)?
    ?
  45. HEAT STRESS: Which PHEL curves apply to Green Bay?
    • 1-2: Watches
    • 1-4: Work
    • 5: Scullery
  46. What PHEL curve is apply to Engineering spaces?
    • MMR 1 and 2: 3
    • AUX 1, 2, and 3: 2
  47. HEAT STRESS: What to do if stack gases are prevalent in the space?
    Calculated stay time divided by 3 for the new stay time
  48. FOQM: What are the three types of distillate fuels?
    • Turbine jet fuels
    • Middle distillate fuels
    • Heating oils
  49. FOQM: What type of distillate fuel is F-76?
    Middle distillate fuel
  50. FOQM: What is a flashpoint?
    The lowest temp for a fuel to ignite
  51. FOQM: What is the flash point for F-76?
    140 deg min
  52. FOQM: What is the pour point for F-76?
    21 deg max
  53. FOQM: What is DFM and why is it not used on naval ships?
    • DFM is Marine Diesel Fuel
    • If used on naval ships, it may result in severely contaminated fuel storage tanks and malfunction of fuel system and equipment.
  54. FOQM: What is Specific Gravity of a fuel?
    Ratio of the weight of a given volume of fuel to the weight of equal volume of water at 60 deg.
  55. FOQM: What is used to measure Specific Gravity?
    Hydrometer
  56. FOQM: Why is API/Specific Gravity important?
    • For load distribution purposes
    • Heat displacement
  57. FOQM: What test is less restrictive?
    BS&W
  58. FOQM: What is DOD BS&W?
    .1
  59. FOQM: What is Non-DOD BS&W?
    .05
  60. FOQM: What NSTM is F-76?
    541
  61. FOQM: What other test for fuel? How often?
    ?
  62. FOQM: What sample is required when taken on fuel?
    • Flashpoint
    • BS&W
    • Specif Gravity
  63. FOQM: When is WIP test required?
    • Weekly on storage
    • Weekly on service tank when idle
    • Prior to transfer
    • 24 hours after refueling
  64. FOQM: How often is sample required while transferring?
    Every 30 minutes
  65. FOQM: When is the first sample taken when transferring from storage to service?
    After 5 minutes
  66. FOQM: What are the five samples required with purifying online?
    ?
  67. FOQM: When is PPS sample taken for fuel?
    8 hrs
  68. FOQM: What results are entered in engineering log for PPS?
    All (sat, unsat)
  69. J/W: What NSTM is J/W?
    220 v3
  70. J/W: What samples are taken within 24 hours for J/W?
    • FFT – After Freshly Filling and Treating
    • AWA – After Adding Water
    • ACA – 24 hrs After Chemical Addition
    • At least Monthly IAW PMS
    • Casualty
  71. J/W: What are the testing limits for J/W?
    • Nitrite – 1,000 ppm
    • Chlorite – 100 ppm
  72. J/W: For Freshly fill, what is the J/W coolant to water ratio?
    3:100
  73. J/W: What is the ratio if the nitrate level is below 1,000 ppm?
    1:100
  74. J/W: What is being tested for J/W?
    Chemical inhibitor
  75. J/W: What signs are posted on J/W tanks?
    “POISON, NOT TO BE USED FOR EMERGENCY DRINKING WATER”
  76. J/W: Before testing J/W, what should be temp be?
    At least 100
  77. J/W: CFW is treated by what chemical?
    Narcool 2000
  78. J/W: What is the normal operating level for MPDE J/W?
    150 gl
  79. J/W: What should be the temp prior to securing MPDE J/W?
    150 deg
  80. J/W: What is the operating temp for SSDG J/W?
    201-206 deg
  81. J/W: What is the alarm setting for SSDG J/W?
    217 deg
  82. J/W: What is the normal and alarm setting for SSDG J/W pump discharge pressure?
    • Normal - 26-33 psi
    • Alarm - 10 psi
    • J/W: What is the alarm setting for SSDG?
    • 217 deg
    • J/W: What is the overheating setting for SSDG?
    • 206 deg
  83. J/W: What is the trip setting for SSDG?
    228 deg
  84. CFW: What is the purpose?
    Prevent contamination on L/O from seawater
  85. What is the Stern Tube Seal pressure?
    125 psi
  86. What procedure is used for Stern Tube?
    ?
  87. DP: MPDE Fuel Filter
    18 psi
  88. DP: MPDE Rocker L/O strainer
    10 psi
  89. DP: MRG L/O filter
    10 psi
  90. DP: MRG L/O filter alarm
    10.2 psi
  91. DP: CPP
    ?
  92. MPDE: What is the range for fuel rack?
    4-5 to 47 mm
  93. MPDE: What is the low-level alarm?
    ?
  94. ASW: How many pumps do we have?
    ?
  95. ASW: What is the low pressure alarm?
    34.8 psi
  96. ASW: What is the high pressure alarm?
    88 psi
  97. WM: How many do we have?
    2
  98. WM: What spaces does WM 1 serves?
    • Aux 1
    • Aux 2
    • MN 1
  99. WM: What spaces does WM 2 serves?
    • Aux 3
    • MN 2
  100. FM: How many FP do we have?
    10
  101. FM: What is the FP operating pressure?
    133 psi
  102. FM: What type of FM do we have?
    10” offset vertical loop
  103. FM: Name the systems FM interface with.
    • Ballast tanks
    • LPAC in Aux 2
    • A/C in ACMR
  104. OWS: What is the maximum ppm?
    15
  105. ORM: What instructions to discharge over the side?
    • NSTM 593
    • OPNAVINST 5090.1B
  106. ORM: What distance for CHT?
    12 nm
  107. ORM: What distance for RO?
    12 nm
  108. ORM: What distance for Oily Waste?
    50 nm, less than 15 ppm
  109. MRG: What is the L/O sequencing?
    ?
  110. MRG: What is the normal operating pressure?
    ?
  111. MRG: What is the most remote bearing temp?
    ?
  112. Where is the most remote bearing in MMR 1?
    ?
  113. MRG: What is the sump low level alarm?
    225 gl
  114. MRG: What is the sump high level alarm?
    425
  115. CPP: prior to starting, what should be the thrust mode and pitch?
    • “M DISENGA”
    • 0 Pitch
  116. CPP: What is the purpose of the head tank?
    Maintain pressure on the system import to prevent seawater intrusion
  117. CPP: How long should CPP be purified?
    4 hours within 24 hours
  118. CPP: What NSTM is used for CPP?
    245
  119. CPP: How often is CPP sample taken?
    Weekly
  120. CPP: Attached pump starts at what rpm?
    ?
  121. CFW: What is the purpose of CFW?
    Cool J/W
  122. What can cause foaming?
    Design flaws, age of oil, poor formulation
  123. What is foaming bad?
    Can cause a lack of lubrication to equipment
  124. What burnt odor indicates?
    High level of oxidation.
  125. What to do when burnt odor exist?
    • Secure equipment
    • Notify CO
    • Obtain sample and conduct flash point
    • If flashpoint is SAT, oil is still acceptable
  126. What sharp gasoline odor indicates?
    Extreme overheating of oil which could lead to an explosive condition.
  127. What to do when sharp gasoline odor exist?
    • Secure equipment
    • Notify CO
    • Obtain sample and conduct flash point
    • If flashpoint is SAT, oil is still acceptable
  128. What appears to be a very find black particulate in an oil sample?
    Soot or seal material
  129. What appears to be a fine shimmering metallic in an oil sample?
    Aluminum, copper, or other metal
  130. What is the CO’s Standing Order No. 12?
    RMD
  131. What is the order for RMD?
    ?
  132. What to do during man overboard?
    • Two shaft (split plant)
    • Set RMD
    • ?
  133. What is Cheng’s Standing Order No. 8?
    Log review
  134. What is Standing Ordre no. 9?
    Notifications
  135. What items to notify the CO?
    ?
  136. What items to notify the Cheng?
    ?
  137. What do notify the CO and Cheng for water issues?
    • 70% - CO
    • Every 5% - Cheng
    • Every 10% - CO
  138. HEARING: Who is enrolled in hearing program?
    • Engineering
    • Deck
    • Weapons
    • Air
    • SH

    • HEARING: What is the single hearing protection?
    • ?
  139. HEARING: What is the double hearing protection?
    ?
  140. HEAT STRESS: What is PHEL curve used for?
    ?
  141. HEAT STRESS: What is PHEL curve 6?
    ?
  142. SO: What is the new permission to ask?
    Fuel transfer
  143. SSDG: What is it rated?
    • 2500 kw
    • 4009 amps
    • 450 v
    • 60 hz
    • .8 pf
    • 900 rp
  144. SSDG: What % is the power management?
    90%
  145. SSDG: What % is the overspeed trip?
    113%
  146. SSDG: What is Reserve Power Relay?
    Prevent generator from motoring
  147. SSDG: What is Load Shed 1 set point?
    • 2,750 kw
    • 1 sec
  148. SSDG: What is Load Shed 2 set point?
    • 2,750 kw
    • 10 sec
  149. SSDG: What equipment is affective during Load Shed 2?
    Semi-vital: AC, MPAC
  150. LSB: How many LSB?
    • 12
    • 3 – port
    • 9 – stbd
  151. LSB: What are the locations?
    ?
  152. LSB: What is the sump capacity?
    18 gl
  153. J/W: What is the capacity of J/W expansion tank for MPDE?
    200 gl
  154. W J/W: What is the capacity of MPDE J/W cooling system including expansion tank?
    1,200 gl
  155. MRG: What is the sump capacity?
    500 gl
  156. CPP: What is the sump capacity?
    500 gl
  157. AFFF: How many AFFF are there?
    7
  158. AFFF: What spaces each AFFF serves?
    ?
  159. EDG: What is EDG?
    Electronic Disinfectant Generator
  160. EDG: How many are there?
    2
  161. EDG: What is the purpose?
    • Disinfectant
    • Treat potable water with chlorine
  162. PW: How many potable tanks?
    6
  163. PW: What is the biggest potable tank?
    6-75-2
  164. PW: Where are the tank vents?
    • ER09 – MMR 2
    • Air berthing – MMR 1
  165. What type of Chill Water pipe do we have?
    5” horizontal loop
  166. EOCC: Know all symptoms and EOOW actions only.
  167. What EOCC procedure is used for Diesel Generator Overload?
    MDGOL?
  168. MDGOL: What will prompt EOOW to proceed to immediate actions?
    When automatic load shedding fails
  169. MDGOL: What is the Immediate Actions of the EOOW?
    • “Do not start or stop electrical or electronic equipment without first contacting EOOW”.
    • “No. __ SSDG overload. Electrical plant configuration is __.”
    • “Load reduced/not reduced on No. __ SSDG by load shedding.”
    • “Source of overload isolated. Electrical plant configuration is __.”
  170. What is the EOCC procedure for Loss of SSDG?
    MLSSG
  171. MLSSG: What are the indications for MLSSG?
    • L/O header pressure – below 65 psi
    • L/O pressure alarm – 46 psi
    • L/O pressure trip – 185 psi
    • High L/O temp – above 185 psi
    • F/O header pressure – below 60 psi
    • F/O pressure alarm – 38 psi
    • F/O service tank – low level
    • SSDG slows down to stop
    • GCB trips without command
  172. MLSSG: What are the Immediate Actions of the EOOW?
    • 1MC, “Loss of SSDG. CRT lay to (space).”
    • “OOD, Loss of SSDG. SSDG E-stopped. Electrical plant configuration is __. Firefighting equipment manned.”
  173. What is the EOCC procedure for Unsual noise or vibration in SSDG?
    MNVDG
  174. MNVDG: What is the indication of MNVDG?
    Unusual noise or vibration in SDDG.
  175. MNVDG: What should you do if it’s an excessive metallic noise or vibration?
    E-Stop engine
  176. MNVDG: What are the of the EOOW?
    • “OOD, Unusual (metallic) noise (excessive) vibration in SSDG. E-stopping SSDG. Electrical plant configuration is __”
    • Ensure oncoming SSDG GCB closes.
    • “OOD, Unusual noise/vibration No._SSDG. No._SSSDG stopped. Electrical plant configuration is _.”
  177. What is the EOCC procedure for SSDG crankcase explosion?
    MDGCE
  178. MDGCE: What are the indications for MDGCE?
    • High crankcase pressure
    • High crankcase pressure alarm - .1450 psi
    • Loud explosion and heavy smoke
    • Engine stops immediately
  179. MDGCE: What are the Immediate Actions of the EOOW?
    • IMC, “Crankcase explosion, No. _ SSDG. CRT, lay to space.”
    • “OOD, Crankcase explosion No. _ SSDG.”
    • “OOD/CSOOW, lost of __ bus.”
    • “OOD, Crankcase Explosion No. _ SSDG, No. _ SSDG E-stopped. Electrical plant configuration is __. Fire fighting equipment manned.
  180. What is MDGOH?
    SSDG overheating
  181. MDGOH: What are the indications of SSDG Overheating?
    • Gauge JW temp above 206 F
    • JW temp alarm – 217 F
    • High or low water level in expansion tank
    • Low seawater pressure – 10 psi
    • Low JW alarm – 10 psi
    • Low LO alarm – 46 psi
    • High LO alarm – 198 F
  182. MDGOH: When is controlling actions required?
    When JW temp is between 206 F and 217 F.
  183. MDGOH: NOTE: If JW temp exceeds 217 F proceed to Immediate Actions.
  184. MDGOH: What are the Controlling Actions of the EOOW?
    • “OOD, No. _ SSDG overheating”.
    • “OOD, _ SSDG overheating. _ SSDG started and paralleled to the bus. Electrical load removed from _ SSDG.
    • “CRT, align _ SSDG emergency cooling and monitor JW temp”.
  185. MDGOH: What are the Immediate Actions of the EOOW?
    • “OOD, No. _ SSDG overheating uncontrollable.”
    • Order EPPC to close STBY GCB once STBY SSDG started.
    • “OOD, No. _ SSDG overheating uncontrollable, No. _ SSDG E-stopped. Electrical plant configuration is _.”
  186. What is MCFED?
    Class “C” Fire electrical distribution
  187. What is MCCFS?
    Class “C” Fire in Swbd
  188. MCFED: What are the indications of MCCFS?
    • Smoke
    • Smell of burning insulation
    • Heat
    • Flame
    • Erratic meter readings in SWBD.
  189. What are the Immediate Actions of the EOOW?
    • IMC, “Class “C” Fire in No. _ SWBD. CRT, lay to (space).”
    • “OOD, Class “C” Fire in No. _ SWBD. Electrical configuration is _.”
    • Order EPCC to electrically isolate SWBD and open bus tie breakers to ensure double breaker isolation.
    • Order Space to secure SSDG space heater.
    • Order DCCO to set negative ventilation in the space.
    • Verify GCB closes for STBD SSDG that just started.
    • Order Space to set fire boundaries.
    • “OOD, Fire appears to be out in No. _ SWBD. Electrical configuration is _.”
  190. What is MMF?
    Major uncontrollable flooding in propulsion plant
  191. MMF: What are the indications of MMF?
    • Bilge alarm in DCC sounds
    • Space bilge level rising rapidly.
    • Inability to control bilge level by normal methods
    • Water flooding in through ruptured firemain or seawater service system piping.
  192. MMF:What are the Controlling Actions of the EOOW?
    • IMC, “Major flooding (level), CRT lay to (space-level).”
    • “OOD, Major flooding (space-level-port/stbd-size-location)
    • Order space to align main drain system to dewater space.
    • Order DCCO to start additional Fire Pumps.
    • Order space to place additional eductors in unaffected spaces.
  193. MMF: What is the Immediate Actions of the EOOW?
    • IMC, “Flooding out of control in (space). CRT, lay to (space).”
    • “OOD, flooding out of control in (space) – location, source).”
    • Order EPCC to close STBY GCB that just started.
    • NOTE: Flooding in MMR1 or MMR 2 will cause loss of stbd/port shaft. PACC will E-stop shaft, stop MPDE, verify clutch disengaged, and place affected shaft in trailing mode.
    • “OOD, No. _ MPDE stopped, clutch disengaged, thrust control shifted to CCS.”
    • “OOD, flooding in (space) out of control, space evacuated.”
  194. What is MHBRG?
    Hot bearing in Main Reduction Gear
  195. MHBRG: NOTE: Bearing temp uncontrollable – proceed to immediate actions
  196. What are the indications of MHBRG?
    • Bearing L/O outlet temp exceeds 185 F or L/O temp differential between inlet and outlet exceeds 55 F (uncontrollable)
    • Bearing babbitt temp exceeds 250 F (uncontrollable)
    • Bearing cover hot to touch
    • Rapid rise in bearing temp
    • Insufficient or no oil flow through the bearing sight flow
    • Bearing emitting smoke
  197. MHBRG: If bearing is above normal temp and is not 185 F and bearing Babbitt temp does not exceed 250 F, shift thrust control from pilothouse to CCS and slow both shafts one major speed decrement, 2/3, then 1/3.
  198. “EOOW, hot bearing _ MRG, no. _ bearing. Thrust control shifted from pilothouse to CCS. Shafts slowed one major speed decrement.”
  199. MHBRG: NOTE: What is the action if the reduction of speed and/or other controlling actions do not stabilize or control bearing temperature?
    E-stop the shaft
  200. MHBRG: NOTE: What is the action when uncontrollable bearing is on engine pinion?
    E-stop the engine
  201. MHBRG: What are the Controlling Actions of the EOOW?
    • IMC, “Hot bearing _ MRG. CRT, lay to (space).”
    • “OOD, hot bearing _ MRG; shifting thrust control to CCS. Slowing both shafts one major speed decrement.”
    • Order PACC to reduce both shaft speed in major decrement until 1/3 AHEAD or temp stabilizes.
    • NOTE: if temp fails to stabilize proceed to Immediate Actions.
    • “OOD, _ MRG, no. _ bearing temp stable at _ F. Maximum speed available _SRPM/PITCH.”
  202. MHBRG: What are the Immediate Actions of the EOOW?
    • IMC, “Uncontrollable hot bearing _ MRG. CRT, lay to (space).”
    • “OOD, _ MRG bearing temp uncontrollable, _ main engine stopped and _ shaft stopped. Thrust control shifted to CCS. Maximum speed available _ knots.”
  203. What is MLLOPR?
    MRG loss of L/O pressure
  204. What are the indications of MLLOPR?
    • L/O pressure to header below 25 psi
    • Low L/O pressure warning 18 psi at most remote bearing
    • Low L/O pressure alarm 17 psi at most remote bearing
    • No oil flow in oil sight flow
    • Excessive MRG bearing temp
    • MRG L/O sump level low indicator illuminated
    • L/O filter DP 10 or greater
    • STBY L/O pump starts
    • Increased noise in reduction gear train
  205. MLLOPR: NOTE: What action to take after stopping an engine?
    • Ensure CFW and J/W continue to run
    • Bar over engine at earliest opportunity
  206. MLLOPR: What are the Immediate Actions of the EOOW?
    • IMC, “Loss of L/O pressure _ MRG. CRT, lay to (space).”
    • “OOD, Loss of L/O pressure _ MRG; E-stopping _ shaft and shifting thurst control to CCS.”
    • “OOD, Loss of L/O pressure _ MRG. Thrust control shifted to CCS, shaft stopped. Maximum speed available _ knots.”
  207. What is MDGEO?
    MPDE Overheating.
  208. What are the indications of MDGEO?
    • Gauge indicates J/W temp above 185 F.
    • J/W high temp alarm – 190 F.
    • High or low water level in J/W expansion tank.
    • Low seawater pressure.
    • Low J/W pressure.
    • Low L/O pressure.
  209. MDGEO: NOTE: What actions to take when engine J/W temperature reaches or exceeds 200 F?
    Proceed to Immediate Actions. E-stop engine
  210. What are the Controlling Actions of the EOOW?
    • IMC, “ _ main engine overheating. CRT, lay to (space).”
    • “OOD, _ main engine overheating; shifting thrust control to CCS and reducing speed one major speed decrement.”
    • Order PACC to shift thrust control to CCS and reduce speed one major speed decrement.
    • “OOD, Thrust control shifted to CCS and _ main engine RPM reduced to _ RPM.”
    • “OOD, _ main engine temp not stable continuing to slow one major speed decrement.”
    • Proceed to Immediate Actions if temp does not stabilize at AHD 1/3.
  211. What are the Immediate Actions of the EOOW?
    • Order CRT to the space.
    • “OOD, _ main engine overheating and uncontrollable; stopping/tripping _ main engine, clutch disengaged and _ shaft trailing. Thrust control shifted to CCS. Maximum speed available _ knot.”
    • Verify _ main engine clutch has automatically disengaged, if not, manually disengage/dump _ clutch.
    • “EOOW, _ main engine clutch is disengaged”
  212. What is MHMEB?
    Hot bearing in main engine
  213. What are the indications of MHMEB?
    • Rapid rise in main bearings (1-9) high temp alarm – 194 F
    • Rapid rise in thrust bearings high temp alarm – 165 F
    • Journal bearing temp spread between main bearing 1-9 exceeds 20 F
    • Babbitt or foreign matter discovered in L/O strainers.
  214. NOTE: What max temp spread for Journal Bearings to be considered a HOT main engine bearing?
    20 F
  215. NOTE: What temp do thrust bearings operate due to its location outside the engine sump?
    15-20 F less than journal bearing
  216. NOTE: What temp is considered a “controllable” hot main engine bearing temp?
    • 1-9 journal bearing: 15-19 F
    • Individual journal bearing: less than 194 F
  217. NOTE: What temp is considered an “uncontrollable” hot main engine bearing temp?
    • 1-9 journal bearing: 20 F or more
    • Individual journal bearing: 194 or above
  218. NOTE: What is considered an uncontrollable hot bearing for the thrust bearing?
    165 F
  219. NOTE: AHD 1/3 on program mode, full power, split plant, and trail shaft corresponds to what shaft rpm?
    64 rpm
  220. NOTE: AHD 1/3 full power and split plant corresponds to what pitch?
    49%
  221. How many degrees increase from the last recorded reading during steady state operations to take “controlling” actions?
    15 F
  222. What are the Controlling Actions of the EOOW?
    • IMC, “Hot bearing, _ main engine. CRT, lay to (space).”
    • “OOD, hot main engine bearing _ main engine; shifting thrust control from pilothouse to CCS. Slowing both shafts in standard speed decrements to AHD 1/3.”
    • Order PACC to shift thrust control to CCS and slow both shafts in standard speed decrements of AHD 1/3
    • “OOD, _ main engine bearing temperature stable at _ F. Maximum speed available _ knots.”
  223. What are the Immediate Actions of the EOOW?
    • “CRT report status”
    • “OOD, _ main engine bearing temp uncontrollable; stopping _ main engine.”
    • “OOD, _ main engine stopped and shaft trailing. Thrust control shifted to CCS. Maximum speed available _ knots.”
  224. What is MLLOP?
    MPDE Loss of L/O Pressure
  225. What are the indications of MLLOP?
    • L/O header pressure – 70-85 psi
    • Rocker arm L/O pressure – 20-30 psi
    • L/O low pressure alarm – 58 psi
    • Rocker arm L/O low pressure alarm – 10 psi
    • L/O header low pressure shutdown – 50 psi
    • Engine noise increases
  226. MLLOP: NOTE: When can the combustion air shutoff be used?
    Only if the electronic and mechanical E-stops fail
  227. MLLOP: NOTE: What actions to take prior to barring of over an engine?
    • Locally start the main L/O pump – 70-85 psi
    • Locally start the rocker arm L/O pump – 20-30 psi
  228. MLLOP: NOTE: When can you stop the L/O pumps?
    When the engine has come to a complete stop
  229. MLLOP: NOTE: How long can a L/O pump run after engine shutdown?
    No more than 10 min
  230. MLLOP: What is the Controlling Actions of MLLOP?
    None
  231. MLLOP: What is the Immediate Actions of the EOOW?
    • IMC, “Loss of L/O pressure _ main engine. CRT, lay to (space), report manned and ready.”
    • “OOD, loss of L/O pressure _ main engine. _ main engine stopped.”
    • Order PACC/ to stop L/O purifier.
    • “OOD, _ main engine stopped and _ shaft trailing. Thrust control shifted to CCS. Maximum speed available _ knots.”
  232. What is MDEGM?
    MPDE Governor Malfunction
  233. What are the indications of MDEGM?
    • Excessive hunting of governor or fluctuating engine speed
    • Engine fails to respond to speed/load change.
    • Engine running at excessive speed for throttle setting.
    • Engine stops suddenly.
    • Engine overspeeds or surges.
  234. MDEGM: NOTE: What is an “engine surge”?
    An increase of 100 rpm or more
  235. MDEGM: NOTE: What actions to take if engine surge occurs after declutching engine?
    E-stop engine
  236. MDEGM: What actions to take if diesel engine overspeed trip device activates?
    Verify affected clutch disengages.
  237. What are the Controlling Actions of MDEGM?
    None
  238. MDEGM: What are the Immediate Actions of the EOOW?
    • IMC, “Governor malfunction _ main engine. CRT, lay to (space).”
    • “CRT, report manned and ready.”
    • “OOD, _ main engine stopped/E-stopped, clutch disengaged, and _ shaft trailing. Thrust control shifted to CCS. Maximum speed available _ knots.”
  239. What is MHLSB?
    Hot Line Shaft Bearing
  240. What are the indications of MHLSB?
    • Bearing cover is hot to touch.
    • L/O temp above normal for existing load.
    • Unusual rise in bearing L/O sump temp, exceeds 165 F.
    • Bearing temp exceeds 250 F.
    • Unusual noise or vibration in shafting or MRG.
    • Babbitt or foreign matter discovered in L/O sample.
    • Bearing emitting smoke.
    • Bearing high temp alarm – 250 F.
  241. MHLSB: NOTE. What is an uncontrollable hot line shaft bearing?
    • Sump temp – above 185 F.
    • Bearing Babbitt temp – 250 F
    • If bearing temp cannot be controlled at AHD 1/3.
  242. MHLSB: NOTE: When to proceed to Immediate Actions?
    When bearing temp is uncontrollable.
  243. MHLSB: What actions to take if the reduction of speed or other means do not stabilize bearing temp?
    E-stop shaft
  244. MHLSB: What is considered a “controllable” LSB?
    • Sump temp – below 185 F
    • Bearing Babbitt – below 250 F
  245. MHLSB: What are the Controlling Actions of the EOOW?
    • IMC, “Hot line shaft bearing. CRT, lay to (space).”
    • “OOD, Hot line shaft bearing on _ shaft; shifting thrust control to CCS. Slowing both shafts in standard speed decrements.”
    • “OOD, _ shaft, _ LSB temp stable at _ F. maximum speed available _ knots.”
  246. MHLSB: NOTE: What actions to take if LSB L/O sump level cannot be monitored on dip stick?
    Proceed to Immediate Actions
  247. MHLSB: What are the Immediate Actions of the EOOW?
    • “OOD, _ LSB temp uncontrollable, stopping _ shaft.”
    • “OOD, _ LSB temp uncontrollable, _ main engine stopped and _ shaft stopped. Thrust control shifted to CCS. Maximum speed available _ knots.”
  248. What is MLPCA?
    Loss of Propulsion Control Air
  249. What are the indications of MLPCA?
    • Air compressor malfunction.
    • Clutch chattering.
    • ECS indicates clutch disengaged.
    • Governor low air pressure alarm – 190 psi
    • Clutch/brake low air pressure alarm – 91 psi
  250. MLPCA: NOTE: What actions to take when any propulsion control air pressure alarm sounds?
    Proceed to Immediate Actions.
  251. MLPCA: What are the Controlling Actions of the EOOW?
    • IMC, “Loss of control air. CRT, lay to (space).”
    • Order Rover/CRT to set thrust control air watch.
    • When prop control air is restored, “OOD, thrust control air pressure restored. Maximum speed available _ knots.”
  252. MLPCA: NOTE: What happens when propulsion control air pressure is lost?
    Main engine shuts down.
  253. MLPCA: What are the Immediate Actions of the EOOW?
    • “OOD, Loss of propulsion control air pressure.”
    • “OOD, Thrust control shifted from pilothouse to CCS. _ main engine stopped, clutch disengaged, _ shaft trailing, ECS is in trailing mode. Maximum speed available knots _.”
  254. What is MLCRP?
    Loss of Pitch Control
  255. MLCRP: NOTE: What actions to take when severely erratic movement occurs, signs of pitch drop off to “0” or astern pitch occurs?
    Proceed to Immediate Actions.
  256. MLCRP: NOTE: What actions to take when pitch control response is normal?
    Answer ordered bells and investigate system between pilothouse and CCS.
  257. MLCRP: NOTE: What actions to take when pitch control response is not normal?
    Proceed to Immediate Actions.
  258. MLCRP: NOTE: What actions to take when pitch control response is normal at OD box?
    Answer all ordered bells and investigate cause of casualty.
  259. MLCRP: NOTE: What actions will EOOW take when pitch control CANNOT be answered from any mode?
    EOOW will make determination to stop and lock affected shaft with emergency preceure (MLUSU) or to set emergency pitch setting IAW emergency procedure (MSEAH) 75 rpm both shafts.
  260. MLCRP: What are the Controlling Actions of the EOOW?
    • IMC, “Loss of pitch control _ shaft propeller. CRT, lay to (space).”
    • “OOD, Loss of pitch control _ shaft propeller.”
    • “OOD, Thrust control shifted from pilothouse to CCS, pitch control response normal/no pitch response.”
  261. MLCRP: What are the Immediate Actions of the EOOW?
    • Order Rover/CRT to shift pitch control to OD box.
    • “OOD, Pitch control shifted to OD box, pitch control response normal/no pitch response.”
    • When pitch remains unresponsive, order PACC to place affected shaft in trailing mode.
    • Order Rover/CRT to verify _ main engine clutch has automatically disengaged. If not, manually disengage/dump the air to _ main engine clutch.
    • “OOD, _ Thrust control shifted to CCS. _ main engine stopped, clutch disengaged, _ shaft trailing, ECS is in trailing mode.”
  262. What is MMFOL?
    Major F/O Leak
  263. What are the indications of MMFOL?
    • Spray or leak of F/O in affected area.
    • Severe pressure drop or total loss of F/O pressure.
    • Main engine/SSDG stops.
    • F/O header pressure drops.
    • Smell of F/O in space.
  264. MMFOL: NOTE: What happens in the event that both online SSDG’s were operating in the same space and F/O service tank is secured?
    May cause the loss of other SSDG on unaffected bus (sharing the same service tank).
  265. MMFOL: WARNING: What actions to take prior to activating AFFF sprinklers?
    Ensure sprinkler isolation valves are open
  266. MMFOL: WARNING: What should not be sprayed with AFFF or water when flushing oil into the bilge?
    Electrical equipment
  267. What are the Immediate Actions of the EOOW?
    • IMC, “Major F/O leak in (space). CRT, lay to (space).”
    • “OOD, Major F/O leak _ MMR/AMR, request condition 2 DC set.”
    • MMR
    • “OOD, Major F/O leak _ MMR/AMR, _ main engine stopped and _ shaft trailing. Thrust control shifted to CCS.”
    • AUX
    • Order EPCC to close STBY GCB.
    • “OOD, Major F/O leak AUX _; stopped _ SSDG. Electrical plant configuration is _.”
    • Order space to man AFFF.
    • “OOD, Major F/O leak in _ MMR/AUX _ is isolated. F/O in _ MMR/AUX _ is flushed into the bilge and covered with AFFF.
  268. What is MCBF?
    Class Bravo Fire in Propulsion Plant
  269. MCBF: WARNING: What actions to take if the fire has NOT been extinguished after 4 minutes of AFFF sprinkling flow, then risk to unprotected watchstander is considered high?
    Evacuated space.
  270. MCBF: WARNING: What actions to take if supply of AFFF is depleted before the fire is extinguished.
    Evacuate space.
  271. MCBF: What are the Immediate Actions of the EOOW?
    • IMC, “Class “B” fire in _ MMR/AMR, set condition 2 DC, man repair locker _.”
    • “OOD, Class “B” fire in _ MMR/AMR.”
    • Order non-essential personnel to evacuate space.
    • Order CRT to report.
    • Establish comms with repair organization.
    • AUX space - order EPCC to start SSDG in unaffected space.
    • Coordinate with repair organization to perform the following:
    • Man Affected AFFF station.
    • Set fire and smoke boundaries.
    • Isolate affected space with the exception of firefighting equipment, lighting, and ventilation.
    • Order DCCO to set positive ventilation in unaffected MMR/AMR and negative ventilation in affected space.
    • Order space to be evacuated by all remaining personnel when conditions in the space are judged to be untenable or AFFF has operated for 4 minutes of flow.
    • “OOD, Class “B” fire in _ MMR/AMR is out, reflash watch is set.”
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EOOW Murder Board
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