1. What are the Transverse Bulkheads on the Kimball?
    • 9,
    • 10, 16, 22, 28,
    • 36, 44, 52,
    • 64, 70, 76, 82, 88
  2. What are the 5 CMWD zones?
    • Foc'sle
    • Forward Superstructure
    • Aft Superstructure
    • Flight Deck
    • Fantail
  3. What is the P-100 tank capacity?
    1.45 gallons
  4. What is the P-100 Pump capacity?
    • 100 GPM @ 83 psi w/ 20 ft lift
    •   68 GPM @ 45 psi w/ 39 ft lift
  5. What are the fire zones dividers on the USCGC Kimball?
    28, 52, 76
  6. What color is potable water pipe, chill water and Fuel Oil/Gasoline Pipe?
    Potable water- Dark Blue

    Chill water- Striped Light Blue/Green

    Fuel Oil- Yellow
  7. What color is Lube Oil, Refrigerants, AFFF Concentrate Pipe?
    Lube Oil- Striped Yellow/Black

    Refrigerants- Dark Purple

    AFFF Concentrate- Striped Red/Light Blue
  8. What color is AFFF, JP-5, and Salt Water Pipe?
    AFFF- Striped Red/Green

    JP-5- Purple

    Salt Water- Dark Green
  9. What color is Sewage, Feed Water, Hydraulic Fluid?
    Sewage- Gold

    Feed Water- Light Blue

    Hydraulic Fluid- Orange
  10. What is the Fire Finder’s maximum detection distance and detection ability?
    15 feet with a 2-½ inch wide angle and will detect temperatures above 200 degrees.
  11. How do you activate the CO2 system onboard the Kimball that services the Main Gas Turbine?
    It is activated from a remote control station outside FMMR or at a local pull station on the port side aft upper level of FMMR. Once activated audio and visual alarms will activate in FMMR to inform personnel in the space. The system has primary and secondary shots in case the first shot is insufficient.
  12. What space is protected by the CO2 system?
    Main Gas Turbine Enclosure
  13. What spaces are protected by HFP (FM-200)?
    Flammable Liquid stores

    Hazmat Stores

    Paint Locker
  14. How do you active activate the FM200 HFP system?
    Pull stations are located outside the main access (Main Deck)
  15. Where are AFFF Sprinklers?
    • ? JP-5 Pump room
    • ? Incinerator Room
    • ? Hangar
    • ? AMR Bilge
    • ? FMMR Bilge
    • ? AMMR Bilge
    • ? Generator Room
  16. The Flight Deck’s primary protection is provided by CMWD sprinklers
    (Group 4) with the AFFF cross connect MOV in _________________,
    which can be activated locally, in the HCS (Helicopter Control Shack), Helo hanger or through CGMCS.
    Stateroom 2-67-01-L
  17. What is the capacity of the Flight Deck Monitors?
    Fog/Straight stream at 450gpm
  18. Secondary protection is provided by fire teams with two Hose Reels from
    the hangars or one Hose Reel from the Fantail. Each Reel is ___ ft in length
    and discharges ___ gpm.
    125, 125
  19. What does AFFF stand for and how do you activate it?
    Aqueous Film-Forming Foam

    You press the AFFF activation
  20. Where are the AFFF Hard Hose Reel and Soft hose located?
    • AMR
    • FMMR
    • AMMR
    • Port/Stbd Hanger
    • Fantail

    Soft hose is located just outside SSDG #3 on STBD side.
  21. What spaces are protected by Water Mist?
    • AMR
    • FMMR
    • AMMR
    • #3 SSDG Room
  22. Where are the Fire Pumps Located?
    • 1 Bow Thruster
    • 2 AMR
    • 3 FMMR
    • 4 AMMR
    • 5 Aft Pump Room
  23. Where are the Water Mist Tanks located?
    • 2-28-3-Q In Laundry No 1
    • 2-64-2-Q Behind Galley on Port Side
  24. What areas are protected by the Aqueous Potassium Carbonate sytem?
    Gaylord over grill & Deep Fat Fryer
  25. What does APC stand for?
    Aqueous Potassium Carbonate
  26. Where are the AFFF stations located on the Kimball and how many gallons do they hold?
    AFFF #1 2-28-1-E

    AFFF#2  2-61-0-E

    225 gallons
  27. How long does an AFFF can last?
    60 seconds
  28. What spaces are protected by Magazine Sprinkling systems?
    57mm Magazine

    Small Arms Magazine

    CIWS Magazine
  29. Where is DCC and repair lockers located?
    • DC Central (2-52-1-E)

    • DC Repair II (2-22-2-Q)

    • DC Repair III (2-82-0-Q)
  30. How do you activate the APC System?
    • The APC system will activate automatically (by a fusible link) when the
    • temperature under the hood reaches a temperature of 360o F. There is also a
    • manual operation capability that allows on-scene personnel to activate the
    • extinguishing system if the need should arise. The remote actuator is located
    • just inside the non-tight door (NTD) leading from the galley to the messdeck.
    • The galley hood ventilation system and deep fat fryer will automatically secure
    • when the extinguishing system is activated.
  31. What are the characteristics of the PKP extinguisher?
    • 18 lb Extinguisher
    • ? Range: 19 ft
    • ? Duration: 10 seconds

    • 27 lb Extinguisher
    • ? Range: 21 ft
    • ? Duration: 11 seconds
  32. What are the characteristics of the CO2 extinguisher?
    • ? Capacity: 15 lb
    • ? Duration: 40-45 seconds
    • ? Range: 4-6 ft
  33. What are the characteristics of the AFFF extinguisher?
    • ? 11 lb extinguisher
    • ? Range: 10-12 ft
    • ? Duration: 55 seconds
  34. How do you line up the main eductor?
    Pumps Located in the AMR & AMMR STBD side.

    • pumps capacity 375 GPM
    • educter capacity 400 GPM

    DFS Discharge Firemain Suction

    • Operation: Open discharge valve (MD-V-3-45-3), open supply valves
    • (FM-V-4-44-13) and (MD-V-4-45-3), then open suction MOV for space
    • desired using CGMCS
  35. What are the ESP characteristics and can they be run in tandem?
    440V and 2 can be run in tandem via a 2.5" double female adapter.
  36. What PPE is required for firewatch?
  37. What kind of wood is used for wood shoring?
    Douglas fir and yellow pine: absorbs water and expands.
  38. What sizes of mechanical shoring and what are their capacities?
    3-5 feet 12,000-20,000

    6-11 feet 6,000-20,000
  39. What types of shoring does the Coast Guard use?
    I-type and K-type

    I is the strongest.
  40. What is the investigator Mantra?
    Cautiously, Thoroughly, Report and Repeat (CTRR)!
  41. How do you make a soft patch?
    • 1. Reduce system pressure (i.e. secure system, or Cut-Out Valve upstream
    • of rupture) if possible. Remove rough edges on pipe.
    • 2. Drive softwood wedges into the hole.
    • 3. Mark a line on the wedges along pipe and remove from the hole.
    • 4. Cut wedge ends off one-half inch below the marked line (so fluid
    • flow is not impeded) and wrap wedges with cloth or oakum.
    • 5. Insert wrapped wedges into pipe, trim flush with outside of pipe.
    • 6. Measure and cut sheet rubber packing so it extends 2 inches on either
    • side of damaged area and will wrap around the pipe, leaving a 1 ½” gap
    • between ends.
  42. Fire Fighting Ensemble
    • a. Protective coverall
    • b. Flash gear
    • c. Firefighters helmet
    • d. Firefighters boots (steel toe and shank
    • rubber)
    • e. Firefighters gloves
  43. What chemical can be used to for CBR decontamination?
    Calcium Hypo-chlorite (HTH)
  44. What are the Primary and Secondary Battle Dressing stations?
    Primary: 1-52-0-L MESS DECK

    Secondary: 01-41-1-Q Battle Dressing Locker
  45. What is the initial survey ABCs?


  46. How do you treat for shock.
    • Place the patient in the shock position (feet elevated,
    • head down) unless the patient’s injuries cannot allow it.
    • 3. GET HELP!
  48. What types of patches in the Coast Guard?
    E-Warp (syntho-glass), Soft Patch, Jubilee
  49. E-Warp (syntho-glass), Soft Patch, Jubilee PSI capacities?
    E-warp (Syntho-Glass) & Soft Patch: 150 psi

    Jubilee Patch:  100 psi
  50. What are the ways to activate the fire main?
    • Locally
    • Remotely just outside space
    • Outside of the magazines
    • AFFF Stations
    • MCMS
  51. Where are the ESPs located?
    • 2 in water mist 1
    • 1 in water mist 2
    • 1 in repair 3
  52. What does HFP stand for?
  53. What are the 4 CPS decontamination zones?
    • Outer clothing undress area
    • Inner clothing undress area
    • Shower area
    • Air Lock
  54. Class Bravo Fire in a Main Machinery Space?
    • 1. Report to Quarterdeck “Class Bravo fire in (space), (port/stbd) side, frame __”
    • 2. If needed, trip fuel isolation valves for affected space/machinery
    • 3. Shoulder EEBD
    • 4. E-stop affected equipment and machinery in the vicinity of the fire
    • 5. Take initial firefighting actions with AFFF and PKP extinguishers
    • 6. Secure source of lube oil/fuel oil, report to Quarterdeck “Lube oil/fuel oil system isolated”
    • 7. When fire is out, report to Quarterdeck “Class Bravo fire in (space) is out, reflash watch is set by __”
    • OR
    • 8. If fire becomes uncontrollable report to the Quarterdeck “Class Bravo fire out of control, evacuating the space”
    • 9. When egressing, activate Water Mist and AFFF bilge dump
    • 10. Report to Quarterdeck “AFFF bilge sprinkling has been activated in (space) at minute __”
    • 11. Secure hatches and doors leading into the space
    • 12. Set fire boundaries
    • 13. Complete a muster of all members inside the space for full accountability, report to repair locker
  55. Flooding in a Main Machinery Space?
    • Symptoms: Space flooding alarm activated, bilge level rising rapidly, waste water drain tank alarm activated, inability to control bilge level with normal methods, water flooding in through a ruptured sea water cooling system piping, water flooding through a ruptured seam/bulkhead in the ship’s hull
    • Cause: Ruptured seawater system, improperly aligned drainage system, seawater relief valve lifting, split seam/rupture in ship’s hull
    • Do not enter a space with water at or above the deck plate if the space has not been electrically isolated
    • 1. Report status of the flooding to the Quarterdeck
    • 2. Take immediate action to isolate the source of the flooding
    • 3. If flooding is out of control, isolate the space and report to the Quartederck that the space is isolated
    • 4. Depending on the location of the flooding, secure all operating machinery in the space
  56. Major Fuel Oil Leak
    • Symptoms: Bilge alarm activated, smell of fuel in main machinery spaces, fuel leaking or spraying, fuel in bilges or on deck, SSDG, MPDE, or MPGT speed changes or hunts, SSDG, MPDE, or GT emergency shutdown activates, loss of fuel pressure alarm
    • Cause: Ruptured fuel oil piping, misalignment of the fuel system, defective gaskets and/or fuel system components
    • 1. Report to Quarterdeck “Major fuel oil leak in __” Report size and location
    • 2. Shoulder EEBDs
    • 3. E-stop affected equipment
    • 4. Attempt to isolate and deflect fuel into the bilge
    • 5. Use AFFF extinguisher to flush fuel off machinery and deck plates and into the bilge, report to Quarterdeck “Fuel oil flushed into the bilge and covered with AFFF”
    • 14. Activate AFFF bilge sprinkling. Report to Quarterdeck “AFFF bilge sprinkling has been activated in (space) at minute
  57. Class Charlie Fire in Electrical Distribution System
    • Symptoms: Smoke/flames, arcing/sparking, smell of burning insulation, tripped breakers, loss of electrical power
    • Cause: Excessive vibration, short circuits, insulation failure, loose components, foreign materials, loose electrical connections
    • 1. Report to Quarterdeck “Class Charlie Fire in (component) __ side, frame __ (determine extent of fire and source, if known)”
    • 2. Rapid Response/Repair Electrician - Lay to and establish communications with watchstander
    • 3. Repair Electrician - Secure all sources of power to the affected component - Report to Quarterdeck status of electrical isolation
    • 4. Set fire boundaries as necessary
    • 5. If fire self extinguishes, standby with firefighting equipment and set reflash watch, report to Quarterdeck “Class Charlie fire appears to be out”
    • 6. If fire does not self extinguish, man firefighting equipment and attack any fire - Use a maximum of two CO2 extinguishers in any space -When fire is out, set reflash watch, report to Quarterdeck “Class Charlie fire appears to be out”
    • 7. Repair Electrician -When affected equipment is cool enough to access, tag out system and the fire is out - Report to Quarterdeck “Class Charlie fire in __ is out” (A qualified Repair Electrician is the only member authorized to state the fire is completely out after examination)
  58. Through Hull Penetrations?
    •  2 Shafts - Port and Starboard Shaft Alley
    •  Rudder Post - Void under Aft Steering
    •  Bow Thruster - Bow Thruster Room
  59. Where can oily water be dumped?
     Oily water, such as what you would clean up from a bilge or from the oily water discharge from an air compressor, can be dumped into the deep sinks in FMMR and AMMR. These sinks go to the Oily Water tanks
  60. Hearing Protection?
    When spaces are have noise levels above 84 decibels, single hearing protection is required. If the decibels are above 104, double hearing protection should be worn.
  61. Secured Spaces?
    • Secured Spaces:
    •  CIC (Ops Center) – Egress Scuttle on the Bridge
    •  SCIF (Sensitive Compartmentalized Information Facility) – Inside CIC – Egress Scuttle to Passage
    •  COMM/MEES (Communications Center/Mission Essential Electronics Space)
    •  LAN Room
    •  High Frequency Room
  62. Restricted or Controlled Spaces?
    •  Executive Officer’s (XO) safe
    •  Armory
    •  57MM magazine
    •  Small Arms Locker
    •  Gun Support Room
    •  CIWS Control Room
    •  CIWS Magazine
    •  Law Enforcement Locker
    •  Ships Office (not a restricted space, but contains PII)
    •  Sick Bay (not a restricted space, but contains PII)
    •  Turbine Enclosure and Turbine Intake Room (not a restricted space, but could cause catastrophic damage)
  63. Toxic Gas Spaces?
    •  AC Machinery Space
    •  Reefer Machinery Space
    •  Reefer passageway
    •  Stateroom 2-22-1-L
    •  Stateroom 2-70-0-L
    •  Stateroom 2-67-0-L
    •  VCHT Room (Upper alarm box – Low Air Flow / Lower alarm box – H2S Alarm)
    •  Any space normally closed and not manned is considered a Immediately Dangerous to Life or Health space, such as tanks, and requires a Gas Free Engineers approval to enter. Contact the Fire Marshall or EOW with any questions or concerns.
  64. Fire, Smoke, and Toxic Gas
    •  When reporting any casualty, always alert the quarterdeck first to sound the alarm
    •  Information you should pass should be: Location and TAC# of the space, class of casualty (class of fire, color of smoke, potential toxic gas) size and location in the space, and initial actions you have taken/will be taking
    •  Personnel taking initial actions should make the call if installed fire suppression systems should be activated
  65. Emergency Equipment?
    •  Machinery space repair kits are located in AMR, FMMR, and AMMR
    •  They are a combined plugging and patching kit for initial actions
    •  AMRs is located between the ladders going up and down
    •  FMMRs is located on the port side upper level behind the ladder
    •  AMMRs is located by the PCHE on the port side upper level
  66. Dewatering Systems?
    •  The main drainage eductor is located in FMMR on the forward starboard side behind the #2 SW Cooling Pump
    •  A secondary dewatering eductor is located in the Bosn Hold and is for the Chain Lockers
    •  Eductors should always be lined up in this sequence; Discharge or Overboard, Fire Main, Suction. They should be secured in the opposite order; Suction, Fire Main, Discharge or Overboard
    •  Failing to properly line up an eductor will cause flooding in the space
    •  The Fire Main and overboard valves for the main drainage eductor of manual and are not controlled by CGMCS
    •  Dewatering pumps are located in AMR and AMMR starboard side. To operate these pumps, line up the valves via CGMCS, and then energize the pumps. The overboard valve is a manually operated valve and is not controlled by CGMCS.
  67. MSFD Spaces?
    •  AMR
    •  FMMR
    •  AMMR
    •  Gen 3
    •  JP5 Room
    •  Incinerator Room
  68. CO2 System?
    KIMBALL has an installed CO2 System in the Main Gas Turbine Enclosure. It is activated from a remote control station outside FMMR or at a local pull station on the port side aft upper level of FMMR. Once activated audio and visual alarms will activate in FMMR to inform personnel in the space. The system has primary and secondary shots in case the first shot is insufficient.
  69. HFP System (FM200)?
    •  Flammable Liquid Stores 1-79-4-K
    •  HazMat Stores 1-76-8-K
    •  Paint Locker 1-76-6-K
    •  Pull stations are located outside the main access (Main Deck)
  70. AFFF System?
    The AFFF system incorporates 2 concentrate storage tanks (2-28-1-E) & (2-61-0-E) at 225 gallons each
  71. Firemain Pumps?
    • Each fire pump is electric motor-driven and is rated for 1000 gallons-per- minute (GPM) at 125 PSI.
    • Pump #1 – Bow Thruster Room (3-10-0-Q) Pump #2 – AMR (5-36-01-E)
    • Pump #3 – FMMR (5-44-01-E) Pump #4 – AMMR (5-52-01-E)
    • Pump #5 – Aft Pump Room (4-72-01-E)
  72. DC Locations?
    • The locations of DC compartments on the main deck are:
    • • DC Central (2-52-1-E)
    • • DC Repair II (2-22-2-Q)
    • • DC Repair III (2-82-0-Q)
    • • DC Repair III Annex (2-88-2-Q)
  73. AFFF Activation Locations
    • Activate
    • Local Manual (station), AFFF valves must be opened manually or through MCMS
    • Remote (MCMS)
    • AMR- Vestibule and outside escape trunk entrance in the space
    • FMMR & AMMR-vestibules (port and stbd) portside has an extra activation box for the hose reel
    • Gen 3- upper and lower level access, outside space
    • Incinerator room & JP-5- outside space
    • Hangar- (3 total) one is Outside double door for the hanger, one for each hose reel next to each reel
    • HCO Shack (3 total) (One for port monitor, one for starboard monitor and one for hangar)
  74. Mag. Sprinkler is activated by?
    • Manually Activated (firepumps energized from red activation boxes)
    • Push Box locations
    • Outside 57mm Mag (floods small arms and 57mm if isolation valve isn’t closed)
    • Outside Small arms (floods small arms and 57mm if isolation valve isn’t closed)
    • Outside CIWS (floods CIWS only)
    • ECR- Next to Fire alarm Panel
    • Valve locations
    • Outside 57mm Mag
    • Outside Small arms
    • Outside CIWS
    • 2 inside ECR one for CIWS and one for 57mm/small arms
    • If you want to flood the 57mm Mag close the small arm isolation valve
    • If you want to flood small arms close the 57mm Mag isolation valve
    • To Operate: Switch handles to “Open” and then back to “Neutral” this will allow you to still operate the system from another station
  75. CMWD
    How many pumps are needed for proper pressure at the nozzles?
    • CMWD
    • 3 pumps needed at minimum, 4 pumps for proper pressure at the nozzles
  76. To activate APC you?
    • To activate
    • Automatically at 360°F (fusible link)
    • Manually at pull stations, right hand side leaving galley
    • Activating system will automatically secure galley hood ventilation
    • To close(If not already closed) dampeners break glass with hammer on red box outside galley
    • To reset dampeners push red ball plunger in, 3 total in galley
  77. FM 200
    • Activate
    • Pull stations outside each space
    • Activates 30 sec delay, secures ventilation to and from space
    • By-pass valves in Foul Weather Gear locker
    • Still automatically secures ventilation, but begins dumping immediately. Dampeners (supply and exhaust) should be secured manually to prevent loss of agent if it is safe to do so.
    • No 30 sec delay
    • Pull pin and flip handle on cylinders and open bypass valve
  78. Watermist
    • Activate
    • Each vestibule and escape trunk
    • MCMS
    • Locally (need EOW key to open control panel locally to activate)
  79. VCHT to pump?
    • Line Up (spaces where valves are located)
    • To Pump to Shore Tie…
    • VCHT, fan space, shore tie, pier conn.
    • To pump- turn all switches to ‘Manual,’ stops automatically, turn setting back to ‘Off’ and pumps back to ‘Auto’
  80. Gray Water to pump?
    • Line up Shore Tie Suction and discharge valves off pumps (AMR) or Pump Room #2, two 3 way valve (FMMR overhead above ladder well and portside), fan space, shore tie, pier conn.
    • To pump- Flip breaker up, press ‘Start,’ switch both pumps to ‘manual’ and then back to ‘off’, automatically shuts off (can monitor levels from MCMS)
  81. Escape Trunks….
    • AMR- Aft Port side → Aft of IT’s berthing and→ fwd of Wardroom
    • FMMR- Aft Stbd side → Aft of Rescue Station→ Incinerator room scuttle
    • AMMR- Fwd, both sides → Laundry 2 and ECR
  82. Repair Kits
    • AMR- Next to switchboard on guard rail, underneath the ladderwell
    • FMMR- Port and starboard forward, upper level hanging on guard rail
    • AMMR- Portside FWD upper level hanging on guard rail
  83. Dewatering
    Main Drainage System?
    • Eductor, FMMR, fwd stbd side, lower level
    • Line up
    • Discharge- FMMR, fwd stbd side, upper level
    • Firemain- Open valve above eductor Energize pump
    • Suction- through MCMS, control MOV to flooding space
  84. Where are the Load Centers (5)?
    • Load Centers (5)
    • LC1 - AMR, bottom of ladderwell
    • LC2 - FMMR, port side aft bulkhead upper level
    • LC3 - P-way fwd of CSMC
    • LC4 - Top of ladder to Ships Office
    • LC5 - Near Ships store (not full size)
  85. Where are the Ground Detectors (8)?
    On each Load Center and each generator Switchboard
  86. MPDE Crankcase Explosion?
    • Symptoms: Loud explosion and heavy smoke by MPDE, explosion relief valve lifts and reseats, MPDE shutdown activates, wiped main or connecting rod bearings
    • Cause: Lube oil diluted with fuel oil, cylinder blown by due to broken rings, cracked, or broken piston, overheated main or connecting rod bearings, wiped main or connecting rod bearings
    • 1. Lay to AMMR and establish communications with the EOW
    • 2. Shoulder EEBDs
    • 3. Check system intact/not intact - Report findings to EOW
    • 4. Secure Lube Oil supply valves to affected MPDE
    • 5. Secure Fuel Oil supply and return valves to affected MPDE
    • 6. Report to EOW “Fuel and lube oil supply to No. __ MPDE secured”
    • 7. Investigate cause: conduct external check of MPDE, take lube oil samples and test for fuel
  87. MPDE Governor Malfunction
    • Symptoms: MPDE fails to respond to speed change, running at excessive speed, shut down activates, surges or over speeds, fuel rack binding alarm, fuel rack sensor/red lost alarm, excessive hunting of the governor, unusual fluctuations in speed, idle/run speed not reached when starting, secondary governor active indication on MCS-5 panel
    • Cause: Governor actuating arms and fuel injection rack binding or loose, malfunction of internal governor components, improper governor control signal
    • If both primary and secondary governors fail, proceed to step 3
    • 1. Lay to AMMR, establish communications with EOW
    • 2. Investigate primary governor failure
    • 3. If both governors fail, EOW will stop/E-stop MPDE and de-clutch
    • 4. Investigate the cause of the casualty
    •  Governor connections loose
    •  Actuator mechanical linkages and injector racks for movement, bindings, or loose fittings
    • 5. Report to EOW cause and estimated repair time
  88. Class C Fire in a Generator
    • Symptoms: Arcing and smoke from generator, flames, activation of load shed, heat, smell of burning insulation, erratic generator meter indications, winding temp high alarm, coolant temp high alarm
    • Cause: Excessive vibration, short circuits, insulation or component failure, loose components, foreign material
    • Automatic load shedding occurs when generator load exceeds 105% (1st stage). If load remains above 105% for 10 seconds, 2nd stage load shedding occurs.
    • 1. E-Stop affected SSDG - Report to EOW “Class CHARLIE fire No__ SSDG. No__ SSDG emergency stopped. Request ECRT lay to”
    • 2. Lay to and establish communications with EOW
    • 3. Shoulder EEBD
    • 4. Secure generator heater at local switchboard
    • 5. If fire is out of control, report to EOW, recommend setting GE
    • 6. Repair Electrician - Electrically isolate affected SSDG - Report “No__ SSDG electrically isolated”
    • 7. Set fire boundaries as necessary - Report “Fire boundaries set (location)”
    • 8. Repair Electrician - Determine if fire has self extinguished after isolation - If so, proceed to step 11
    • OR
    • 9. Combat class C fire until extinguished
    • 10.Set reflash watch - DO NOT open any panels - Report to EOW “Class C fire appears to be out on No__ SSDG. Reflash watch is set by _______”
  89. SSDG Crankcase Explosion
    • Symptoms: Loud explosion and heavy smoke by SSDG, explosion relief valve lifts and reseats, crankcase pressure high alarm, crankcase overpressure shut down alarm, unexpected engine shut down
    • Causes: Lube oil diluted with fuel oil, cylinder blown by due to broken rings, cracked or broken piston, overheated main or connecting rod bearings, wiped main or connecting rod bearings, positive crankcase pressure
    • Do not remove crankcase covers until 30 minutes after SSDG has been stopped
    • 1. Lay to space and establish communications with the EOW
    • 2. E-stop affected SSDG
    • 3. Shoulder EEBD’s
    • 4. Check system intact/not intact - Report findings to EOW
    • 5. Isolate fuel to affected SSDG
    • 6. Isolate lube oil to affected SSDG
  90. Unusual Noise/Vibration in SSDG
    • Symptoms: Unusual noise or vibration in SSDG
    • Cause: Turbocharger wheel shaft bearing not lubricated, failure of turbocharger, leak in SSDG air intake or exhaust manifold, interior damage to SSDG
    • 1. Report to EOW “Unusual noise or vibration No. __ SSDG”
    • 2. When ordered, E-stop affected SSDG
    • 3. Lay to and establish communications with EOW
  91. Loss of SSDG Lube Oil Pressure
    • Symptoms: Cylinder injector high temp alarm, oil pressure loss alarm, crankcase overpressure alarm
    • Cause: Worn or damaged lube oil pump, clogged or obstructed filters/heat exchangers or piping, low lube oil sump level, ruptured/leaking lube oil system piping, faulty pressure regulator/relief valve, lube oil emulsified
    • 1. Lay to and establish communications with EOW
    • 2. When required, E-stop affected SSDG, report to EOW “Loss of SSDG lube oil pressure, No. __ SSDG emergency stopped”
    • 3. Investigate for system intact, report to EOW “System intact/not intact”
  92. Loss of SSDG Fuel Oil Pressure
    • Symptoms: Fuel oil pressure low alarm, fuel filter clogged alarm
    • Cause: Low or empty fuel oil service tank, filters or filter separators clogged, ruptured fuel oil piping, contaminated fuel oil, fuel oil system misaligned, attached fuel oil pump failure, restriction in fuel oil piping
    • 1. Lay to and establish communications with EOW
    • 2. When required, E-stop affected SSDG, report to EOW “No. __ SSDG emergency stopped”
    • 3. Investigate for system intact, report to EOW “System intact/not intact”
  93. Overheating SSDG - MDGOH - CG-ENG-42
    Symptoms: Jacket water exceeds 216 F but less than 225 F (controllable), Jacket water exceeds 225 F (uncontrollable), cooling water pressure low alarm, cooling water outlet temperature high alarm, lube oil inlet pressure low alarm, lube oil inlet temperature high alarm, engine coolant low alarm, coolant over temp alarm, seawater cooling strainer
    • Cause: Jacket water pump malfunction, jacket water low level, loss of cooling water, air entrainment in cooling water, restriction in cooling water system, fouled cooling water heat exchanger, temperature regulator/thermostat malfunction, engine overload, blown head gasket, jacket water or seawater system malfunction or misalignment, leaking or cracked liners
    • If SSDG jacket water temperature is above 225 F, proceed to step 3
    • 1. Lay to and establish communications with EOW
    • 2. FOR GEN #3 ONLY - Align emergency cooling, monitor jacket water temperature - Report to EOW “SSDG emergency cooling aligned, jacket water temperature increasing/decreasing”
    • 3. E-stop SSDG - Report to EOW “No__ SSDG overheating and uncontrollable, emergency stopped No__ SSDG”
  94. Loss of Ship’s Service Diesel Generator
    Symptoms: Overspeed shutdown activated, impending loss of SSDG alarm, emergency stop initiated, engine running at excessive rate of speed, excessive hunting of governor, system voltage low alarm, command failure alarm, primary AVR fault alarm, secondary AVR fault alarm
    • Cause: Low oil pressure to governor, pilot valve stuck or leaking, improper adjustment of needle valve, governor linkage loose or binding, dirty lube oil in governor, loose cannon plug, erratic voltage levels, voltage regulator failure
    • 1. Lay to and establish communications with EOW
    • 2. Emergency stop affected SSDG
  95. Hot Bearing in SSDG - MDGHB - CG-ENG-25
    Symptoms: Generator bearing temp exceeds 210 F but is less than 225 F (controllable), generator bearing temp exceeds 225 F (uncontrollable), generator forward/aft bearing high temp alarm, bearing emitting smoke
    • Cause: Insufficient grease on bearings, grit or dirt in bearing grease, bearing/journal surfaces damaged
    • If temperature is controllable (exceeds 210 F, but less than 225 F)
    • 1. Lay to and establish communications with EOW
    • 2. Monitor hot bearing on affected SSDG, report conditions to EOW
    • 3. If bearing temp remains above temp or exceeds 225 F proceed to immediate actions
    • Immediate actions (consistent temp above 210 F or exceeding 225 F)
    • 1. E-stop affected SSDG
  96. Class Bravo Fire in Gas Turbine
    Symptoms: Fire in GT enclosure alarm, high temp GT enclosure alarm, black smoke or flames visible through module observation window
    • Cause: Ruptured fuel oil piping, leaky fuel fittings or gaskets, lube oil leak
    • EOW will E-stop the Turbine
    • 1. Lay to FMMR and establish communications with the EOW
    • 2. Shoulder EEBDs
    • 3. Report status of the module fire to EOW
    • 4. Activate CO2
    • 5. Shut the synthetic lube oil inlet valve
    • 6. Place the Hydrastart main power switch in the OFF position
    • 7. Place the FOCM main power switch in the OFF position
    • 8. Man firefighting equipment and monitor module fire through the observation window
    • 9. Report to EOW “Fire is out in GT Module and reflash watch is set by __”
  97. Loss of Controllable Pitch Propeller Hydraulic Oil Pressure - MLHOP - CG-ENG-12.1
    Symptoms: HYDR filter 3 high DP alarm, HYDR filter 4 high DP alarm, pitch control failure alarm, Kamewa pitch control failure alarm, Kamewa CMD response failure alarm, pump P1.1 start failure alarm, pump P1.2 start failure alarm, actual pitch indication differs from the commanded pitch, erratic pitch movement or lack of pitch response to propulsion control lever commands, pitch decreasing/increasing without command
    • Cause: Control oil contamination, defective electro-hydraulic servo valve, defective CPP pump, hydraulic power pack failure, excessive hub oil leak, high servo oil temp, low control oil pressure, unloading solenoid valve failure, low CPP hydraulic oil sump level
    • 1. Lay to AMMR and establish communications with EOW
    • 2. Investigate No.__ CPP hydraulic oil system for leaks
    • 3. Investigate system intact, report to EOW “System intact/not intact”
    HI      216F

    HI-HI 225F
    Hi 194

    Hi Hi 224

  101. ESP’s?
    • 2 in R2 and R3
    • R2- In Fwd Watermist
    • R3- 1 in Aft Watermist, 1 in R3 Annex
    • Outlets
    • 2nd deck, between each Trans bulkhead, near access to lower decks
    • Flow
    • 180GPM w/ 50ft static head
    • 140GPM w/ 70ft static head
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