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  1. Ball Valve
    • Lowest Pressure drop
    • No throttle
  2. Gate Valve
    • Low Pressure drop
    • Emergency Throttle
  3. Globe Valve
    • Most resistance/pressure change
    • Best throttling
  4. Butterfly Valve
    • Low resistance/pressure change
    • Emergency Throttle
    • Doesn't isolate
  5. Check Valve
    Can be swing check or lift check
  6. Power
    • Rate transferred by an electric circuit
    • measured in watt/joule
  7. Rotor
    Provides magnetic field as it turns within stator
  8. Stator has ____ windings
    Armature
  9. Rotor has _______ windings
    field windings
  10. Governor
    Adjusts speed of prime mover
  11. Transformer
    uses A/C power to induce another circuit
  12. Selected Tripping
    Manual Breakers
  13. Selective Tripping
    Provides for removal of a faulted part from a system (fault trips)
  14. GFE Training Requirements
    • Indoc
    • Annually
    • Quarterly for IET/Flying Squad
  15. When is Resp Protection required?
    When agent above PEL
  16. IDLH Includes
    • Oxygen above 22 or below 19.5%
    • Explosives above 10% of LEL
    • Toxins above IDLH
  17. GFE Required for
    • Cold Work
    • Toxic Gas
    • HAZMAT spill
    • Confined/Enclosed Space
  18. Gas Free Chit good for
    • 24 hours
    • Recert at 8 hrs
  19. Single Earpro Required
    • 85 dbA to 95 dbA
    • 140 dbP to 164 dbP
  20. Double Earpro Required
    96 dBA or 165 dBP
  21. When do you check dry bulb temp
    • Every hour when DB above 85 F
    • Otherwise every 4 hrs
  22. When to conduct heat survey
    • Before ETT drills lasting longer than 3 hrs
    • Follow On Surveys
    • When CO wants one
  23. PHEL
    Physiological Heat Exposure Limit
  24. How to treat heat exhaustion
    Rest + Fluids
  25. How to treat heat stroke
    • Immerse patient in water
    • Get temperature as low as possible
  26. Feedwater hose
    White
  27. Steam hose
    Black
  28. CHT Disposed with IAW
    SDOSS
  29. Steam/Feedwater IAW
    NSTM 220
  30. OWS Requirements
    No Sheen, < 15 ppm
  31. Report Spills IAW
    OPNAVINST 5090.1
  32. MLOC
    Recommended minimum actions, serves as a guide
  33. When can MLOC be waived
    • AUX steaming or cold iron for less than 72 hrs 
    • Waived by CHENG
  34. Light Off Orders Intended to
    supplement/modify MLOC
  35. rapid response team
    • FM
    • Electrician
    • rapid responders
    • all respond directly to scene
  36. Backup (response) team
    • Provides from locker
    • OSL
    • Team Leader
    • Team Members
    • Investigators
  37. Heat Stroke Symptoms
    • Elevated Blood Pressure
    • Pupils Constricted
    • Elevated Body Temperature
  38. Heat Exhaustion Symptoms
    • Pupils Dilated
    • Profuse Perspiring
    • Normal Body Temperature
  39. NSTM 079
    Damage Control
  40. NSTM 505
    Piping
  41. NSTM 633
    Cathodic Protection
  42. NSTM 075
    Fasteners
  43. NSTM 074
    Gas Free
  44. Heat Stress Survey goes to
    • CO
    • by way of CHENG & DOC
  45. How long do personnel resting (Heat exposure) have to rest?
    • Twice the exposure time
    • 4 hrs
    • (whichever is less)
  46. Why do we test fuel?
    • To establish level of contaminants
    • To ensure fuel can be safely stored
    • To establish density
  47. How to conduct C&B Test?
    • 1. Invert/Swirl
    • 2. Observe for solids/suspended water
    • If sample is cloudy, let sit for 5 minutes
  48. Fuel Sample Types
    • Line Sample
    • Bottom Sample (Thief Sample)
    • Sounding Sample (WIP)
  49. BS&W Standards
    • .1% for ALL (DOD & NON-NATO)
    • Exception is NON-NATO for LCS
  50. Centrifuge BS&W Settings
    • 1500 RPM
    • 15 mins
  51. When do we test fuel?
    • 1. Prior to receipt
    • 2. Prior/During Transfer
    • 3. Prior/During Use
  52. How long is a prior to suction (service) sample good for?
    • 8 hours on EVERYTHING except for Steam
    • 1 hour for boilers (Steam)
  53. Lube Oil Sample Bottle should have on it
    • Date/Time
    • Equipment
    • Log Code
    • Initials
  54. When do we sample lube oil?
    • 30 mins after online or shifting
    • Sample again no more than 4 hours later
  55. Lube Oil: Visible Sediment Test
    • 10 min vertical
    • 10 min side
    • Looking for particulate > 1/8"
    • or solid unbroken line
  56. Lube Oil: Transparency Test
    • PMS Card 
    • Or any card w/standard size font
  57. Lube Oil BS&W Standards
    • Less than .1 % & Combined < .2% SAT
    • Less than .1% & Combined .2 - .4% WARNING
    • Anything else UNSAT
  58. 5 Basic Mx Principles
    • 1. Worker must have process
    • 2. Worker must be trained
    • 3. Worker must have proper tech direction
    • 4. Proper Material
    • 5. Confidence through testing
  59. Quality Control vs QA
    • QC is proper person w/supervision, procedure, tools, testing
    • QA is systematic review of quality control records/production actions
  60. Audit vs Surveillance
    • Audit pertains to admin/records (QA form 14)
    • Surveillance pertains to in-process work
  61. .1A
    Causes death
  62. __ of all electrical ratings must be CPR Qualified
    50%
  63. Electric Indoc training required topics
    • 1. Basic Safety
    • 2. PPE
    • 3. Shock Symptoms
    • 4. 1st Responder Techniques
  64. Red Gloves rating
    1000V
  65. White Gloves Rating
    7500V
  66. Yellow Gloves Rating
    17000V
  67. Green Gloves Rating
    26500V
  68. Energized Work Requirements
    • 1. CPR Safety Observer
    • 2. Demetalize
    • 3. Insulated deck
    • 4. Faceshield
    • 5. CO Permission
  69. Dead front fuse can be removed?
    • If Fuse is 1000V or less
    • and if fuse holder in good condition/unmodified
    • and if fuse rated 10A or less
  70. TUMS Rev 6 vs TUMS Rev 7
    • Rev 6 for eSoms Rev 1
    • Rev 7 for eSoms Rev 2
  71. Authorizing Officer designated by
    Dept Head, through watch station
  72. (TAGOUT) POIC Responsible for
    Accuracy of TORS
  73. Tagout Binder Contents
    • 1. TUM
    • 2. Active LIRS (Non-Electronic)
    • 3. Active tags to be hung (THS)
    • 4. Cleared THS/TRS/Cleared LIRS
    • 5. Instrument Log
    • 6. Record of Audits
  74. How often must you tagout audit?
    • Bi-Weekly
    • Weekly in yards
    • Report results to DH
  75. How often must you audit the instrument log?
    Monthly
  76. When is double barrier protection required?
    • Hi Temp (>200F)
    • Hi Pressure (>1000 PSI)
    • Low Flashpoint (<200F)
  77. TSO
    • Addresses temporary situations that warrant deviations from normal procedures
    • Drafted by DH
    • Approved by CO
    • Good for 6 months
  78. DFS
    • Used to document and resolve lack of compliance with any authoritative document/plan/procedure/instruction
    • Major or Minor
    • Permanent or Temporary
    • Request using QA-12 or eDFS or Msg
  79. Major DFS
    • Affects ship performance, durability, etc.
    • Almost everything is a major DFS
  80. Audit
    • Internal Systematic Comparison of records and requirements
    • Uses a QA-14
    • Can be vertical or horizontal
  81. Relief Valve
    Prevents damage to positive displacement pump/pipe if discharge valve is shut while pump is running
  82. Reducing Valve
    Automatically provides a steady/lower pressure to a system from a higher pressure source
  83. Unloading Valve
    • Maintains system pressure
    • i.e. unloader on main L/O service system
  84. Types of remote valve operators
    • Mechanical
    • Hydraulic
    • Motor
    • Solenoid
  85. Flex Hose purposes
    • 1. Absorb vibrations from mounted equipment
    • 2. Connect moving parts
    • 3. Attenuate fluid noise
  86. Spray Shields required
    • (Engineering) on all flammable system pipe flanges/bonnet flanges
    • (Non-Engineering) on any system pipe flange/bonnet flange in plane of electrical equipment or motor
  87. How often should you inspect flange shields
    • Quarterly
    • As directed by EOP/MLOC/PMS
  88. Positive displacement pump
    • Moves a specific quantity of fluid
    • Viscous Fluids
    • Requires a relief valve
    • Rotary or moving vane type
  89. non Positive displacement pump
    • Variable quantity of fluid moved
    • Non-viscous fluids (i.e. H2O)
    • Centrifugal or propeller type
  90. Qual/Cert covers
    • SRF/BRF/RF
    • Not working parties
  91. Qual/Cert does not cover
    • Airdet
    • VBSS
    • POOW
    • OOD
    • Marines
  92. QUAL/CERT expires
    in 12 months
  93. QUAL/CERT levels
    • Team Member (TM)
    • Individual (I)
    • Team Leader (TL)
    • QA
    • SO
  94. HERO Categories
    • SAFE
    • Susceptible
    • UNSAFE
  95. ____ Must be manned when moving ammo
    Fire Party
  96. PRPV hoses
    provide control and water to sprinkler control valve
  97. Heat sensing device
    • Has fusible link
    • Melts at 160F
  98. Sprinkler head types
    • Pigtail
    • Standard
  99. Alarm Circuits
    • F (Hi Temp)
    • FD (Flooding)
    • FH (Sprinkler Alarm)
  100. Open Loop vs Close Loop
    • Open Loop initiates and activates system
    • Close loop secures system
  101. Sprinklers actuated by
    Firemain
  102. Dry Type system
    • Piping downstream of mag sprinkler valve
    • Normally has no water in it
  103. Mag Sprink protection systems
    • Manual or Auto
    • Manual may be open/neutral/closed
    • Auto is PRPV
  104. VLS: 2 types of protection
    • Sprinkler
    • Deluge
  105. Deluge accumulator
    • 28 gallons of fresh water
    • 225 psig
  106. Mag Sprink maintenance/repair
    Requires CO/WEPS/DCA cognizance and approval
  107. JCN vs JSN
    JCN as UIC
  108. TA1
    Depot
  109. TA2
    IMA
  110. TA3
    Tech Assist
  111. TA4
    Ships Force
  112. SWLIN
    Identifies Equipment level
  113. DH approved job
    must be to 3MC within 4 days
  114. CSMP is part of
    MDS
  115. Shipboard file uplined
    twice a week
  116. CHENG's 8's required items
    • Plant Status
    • Fresh & Feedwater Percentage
    • OOC/Degraded Equipment
    • Additional Remarks
  117. Recommended-not-required on CHENG 8's
    • Hot Work
    • Alarms in cutout
    • DFS/TSO
  118. Portable Test Equipment
    Goes to cal lab
  119. Critical Gauge
    • Must operate within standards
    • Non-critical has "NCR" sticker
    • Calibrate NCR when it fails or prior to install
  120. Crash & Smash Team
    • OSL
    • 2x hotsuit man
    • Corpsman
    • Team leader
    • 2x hose team
    • Phone talker
    • AFFF station operator
  121. Crash/Smash hose team
    • Nozzleman
    • team leader
    • Plugman
    • Hoseman
  122. Yellow vest
    flight deck officer
  123. blue vest
    plane pusher
  124. green vest
    arresting gear personnel
  125. Flight deck clothes (mandatory)
    • Mk-1
    • Cranial
    • 2x Flight deck jerseys
    • Flight deck boots
    • Leather gloves
  126. OCSOT: When conduct them?
    • monthly in-port
    • weekly at sea
    • (biweekly for MCM)
    • 72 hrs prior to U/W
  127. CCAT: 4 T's
    • Tools
    • Training
    • Tech Expertise
    • Tech introduction
  128. Ordnance handling equipment must be tested
    Every 4 years
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