Flashcards in Final Board Part 4 Deck (198):
What is the capacity of our REEFER plants?
How many Cryogenic (O22N2 plants are there?
Where are they located?
Hangar Bay 1 Port / Hangar Bay 3 Starboard
What is the primary use of Liquid Oxygen?
Breathing for pilots
What is the primary use of Liquid Nitrogen onboard?
What is gaseous Nitrogen used for onboard?
Fill aircraft tires / Landing gear Wave Guides
What is the minimum distance from land to discharge plastics?
50 NM if hazardous to crew/Never
How do we control the trim of the ship?
Transferring liquid forward and aft (JP-5 / Potable water)
How much JP-5 can we store?
3.5 million gallons
What is the purpose of chill water?
Cool electronic gear / spaces
Where is DC central located?
How many repair lockers are there?
How many AFFF stations are there?
21 including the bomb farm.
What is the 21st AFFF mixing station for?
The bomb farm.
What is the AFFF concentrate?
6% AFFF and 94%water
How many AFFF reserve tanks are there?
Where are the AFFF reserve tanks located?
Hangar Bay 1 Port / Hangar Bay 3 Starboard
How many Range Guard systems do we have?
How many tanks does list control have?
At what gpm are the tanks capable of pumping?
1800 at 30 psi
Where are they located?
5 port, 5 starboard on 4th deck
How many pumps does list control have?
What is the rate of change in list control?
1.5 degrees in 20 minutes
Where is list control located?
4A shaft alley
How long is an ACPG good for in a contaminated environment?
24 hours or 6 if washed within a 140 day period.
What is the NFTI?
Naval Firefighting Thermal Imager.
What are two modes of the NFTI?
What mode of NFTI is used for firefighting?
What is the NFTI used for?
Finding sources of heat / trapped personnel.
What powers the NFTI?
10 AA batteries
What does the Team leader do?
Directs firefighting efforts / operated NFTI
Name 3 types of shoring
H I and K
What is the strongest type of shoring?
What is the max length of a piece of shoring?
30X the butt thinckness
Classify the fire main onboard
What is meant by composite loop?
A loop goes horizontal and one goes vertical for the island.
What is the size of the fire main?
What are the 4 principles of investigation?
Thoroughly, caustiously, report, repeat
How many fire pumps are onboard?
How many are steam fire pumps and what are their numbers?
4 - 7,9,11,13
How many DECON stations are there and what are their locations?
3: DC&R berthing, Medical P-way, Under Trash room 4
Name some parasitic loads off the fire main?
Secondary chill water, JBD, Flushing water, Cooling lube oil, Countermeasure Wash down, Magazine sprinklers.
Where are the range guard systems located?
At what temperature will the fusible link on the range guard melt?
360 degrees F
What type of fire is the range guard used on?
Deep fat fryer fires.
What spaces are covered by sprinkler systems?
Magazines, Hangar bays, flight deck, trash rooms
What is the location of the distilling plants?
2 in each MMR upper level
What does PECU stand for and what is its function?
Portable Exothermic Cutting Unit: used to cut away damage steel and make holes in the skin of the ship to assist in the ventilation of a fire.
What type of steam reboilers are onboard?
Horizontally mounted, shell and U-tube type heat exchangers
Where are the reboilers located?
1A and 4B shaft alley
What does CHT stand for?
Collection, holding and transfer of sewage.
What is drained into the CHT tanks?
Water closets, urinals, showers, laundry and galleys
What does a communitor do?
Chops, chews up and grinds fragments - softens material to become fluid like
What are the 3 types of Navy distilling plants?
Flash type - older steam power ships and aircraft carriers Reverse osmosis - installed on newer ships Vertical Basket (subs)
What is the purpose of refrigeration plants?
Maintain ship's food storage.
What is the compressor?
Prime mover - Compresses LP to HP
What is the evaporator/cooling coil?
Consists of copper and aluminum tubing to cool a space.
What is the condenser/heat exchanger?
High temp vapor passes through the condenser where it is cooled and condensed by sea water.
What is the receiver?
Temp storage space for the refrigerant and also as a vapor seal to keep vapor out of the liquid line to the expansion valve.
What is thermal expansion valve?
Regulates the amount of refrigerant to the evaporator to maintain the temp of the space being cooled.
Where are the A/C plants located?
1&2 Forward AC&R Plant 3&4 Aft AC&R plant
Where is #5 A/C plant?
Where are the reefer plants located?
1&2 - Forward AC&R plant 3, 4 &5 -- Aft AC&R plant.
How are the Air Craft elevators raised and lowered?
What is the lifting capacity of the Aircraft elevators?
At what rate can electric and steam fire pumps pump?
Electric - 1000 gpm Steam - 3000 gpm
What is the DCWS?
Damage Control Watch Supervisor - List control, CHT, etc
What is CSC
Catapult Supervisory Control
What is the DC Officer?
What is the CHENG and what is he/ she responsible for?
Chief Engineer - overall responsible for all engineering.
What is the DCA?
Damage Control Assistant - assist CHENG
What does RADIAC stand for?
Radiation Detection Identification and Computation.
When does the ship check material conditions?
0630 and 1630
How many spaces do fixed CO2 stations cover?
What does CO2 do to the fire triangle?
What spaces are covered by Halon?
What is the time delay used for?
Secure Ventilation / Evacuation of Space
What is the actuating source for Halon?
5lb CO2 bottle
What does MOPP stand for?
Mission Orientated Protective Posture
What happens when the ship goes from MOPP level 2 to 3?
GQ is sounded.
At what MOPP level do we carry our gas mask?
MOPP level 2
What is M8 / M9 paper used for?
What is the M-256-A1 kit used for?
Detection of Nerve, Blister and Blood agents.
What is a self-aid for a nerve agent?
Atropine / 2 PAM Chloride
What is the M-291 kit used for?
Self aid DECON kit.
What size of fire hoses do we have?
1 1/2, 2 1/2, 4 inch
What is the power source for an electrical submersible pump?
Who is in charge of the scene of damage?
On Scene leader
What is the main damage control circuit?
Name 4 types of patches
Soft patch, Jubilee, Banding, EWARP
What is the max PSI a soft patch can hold?
What 2 poison gases are given off by HALON 1301 in flame?
Hydrogen Fluoride / Hydrogen Bromide
What does DCTT stand for?
Damage control Training Team
What bills and doctrines are located in the repair party manual?
Main space fire doctrine, CBR defense bills. Casualty power bill, battle bill, battle messing bill, and abondon ship bill
What supplies the sprinkler system?
What is the ideal pressure we maintain our fire main pressure at?
What type of chemical suit do we use?
How long will an MCU-2P canister last in a contaminated environment?
What is potable water?
Water used for general services throughout the ship.
What is feed water?
Highly pure feed water, used for make-up water in the steam and reactor plants.
What is the location of the potable water pumps?
Main machinery room, lower level.
Where is the location of the potable water risers?
What is the location of the chlorinator?
MMR upper level.
What is the purpose of the ship's service 60Hz / 4160V electrical distribution system?
Generate, control, and distribute power to meet the requirements of the ships electrical loads.
What are the steaming conditions?
Normal steaming line up, normal shore power line up, loss of ship's generator during normal steaming operations.
What are the High pressure air compressors (HPACS)?
Located on the 4th deck of each MMR. Supplies compressed air at 5000 PSI and reduced pressure to propulsion plant services.
What is the function of Ships service air compressors (SAC's)?
There are 3 One located in #2 reactor room and 1 in each MMR all on the upper level. Supplies LP air of about 110 -125 psi
What is the purpose and location of the controlled air compressors (CAC's)?
One in each MMR and RAR on the upper level. Supplies LP air of about 70-80 psi
What type of distilling plant is onboard and what is it's max daily distilling capacity?
Low pressure 6 stage flash type evaporator, 100,000 gallons per day per unit.
What portable extinguisher is used on a class Charlie fire?
What portable extinguisher is used on a class bravo fire?
AFFF and PKP
What is the RAM Fan used for?
Removal of toxic gases and smoke.
What is the power source of the RAM Fan?
What are the 2 sizes of steel shoring?
3-5 ft and 6-11 ft.
What is the minimum range manning of a 1 1/2 in. fire hose?
What is the primary and secondary purpose of the A/C's
Primary - cooling equipment Secondary - Comfortable environment for the crew.
What are the 4 stages of a steam cycle?
Generation - The production of steam Expansion - Turning the steam into work Condense - Turning of liquid to steam Feed - hold ship steam and spreads around the ship.
What does the reboiler heating steam system do?
Supplies steam from the main steam / reboiler reducing station to the tube side of the reboiler.
What is the function of the reboiler heating steam drain?
Directs the steam from the tube side of the reboiler to the Deaerating Feed Tank (DFT) via the feed heater / drain cooler.
What is the function of the reboiler steam system
To supply steam to major loads.
What is the function of the reboiler feed?
Supplies feed water from the Low Pressure Stream Drain Collection Tank (LPSDCT) to the reboiler.
What is LOX?
What color are O2 Systems?
What color are Nitrogen Systems?
What does "A" coil Stand for?
Athwart ship coil.
What does "M" Coil stand for?
What is an FP-QP coil?
Forecastle permanent - Quarterdeck permanent.
What is an FI-QI coil?
Forecastle induced - Quarterdeck induced.
What is the purpose of the remote control pane?
Provide remote indications of coil currents and indicator lights.
How many JP5 service tanks are in the aft part of the ship?
Where is the remote control panel located?
09 level chart room.
What is the degaussing systems purpose?
To reduce the ship's effect on the Earth's magnetic field.
How many ship service switchboards are there?
What do the ship service switchobards do?
Control the flow of power.
What is EPCP?
Electric plant control panel.
How many high voltage shore power terminals are there?
What is SSTG?
Ship service turbine generator.
How many SSTG's are onboard?
What is their function?
To produce power.
What is the oily waste water pump?
A pump used to transfer oily waste within the ship.
What is the MPA?
Main propulsion Assistant.
What is the EOOW and what is he responsible for?
Engineering Officer Of the Watch-- responsible for safety and security underway.
What is the EDO and what is he responsible for?
Engineering Duty Officer - acts for the CHENG when not onboard.
What is the responsibility of the sound and security watch?
Makes rounds sounding voids and checking for fires.
What is the Oil King/Water King?
Maintains the boiler feed water chemistry spins and tests fuel oil and lube samples.
What is the gas free engineer?
Tests all tanks and voids prior to personnel entering spaces.
What is the engineering log?
List of all engineering evolutions plant configurations, hours, miles steamed and draft reports.
How long is the legal log contained for?
What is the daily fuel and water report?
Fresh - feed potable water, lube fuel oil, JP-5, and daily usage.
What is the NSTM?
Naval Ship's Technical Manual - basic information for equipment.
What are engineering standing orders?
Order instructions that the engineer puts out pertaining to watch standing and equipment.
What is the SIB?
Ship Information book - operating guide to specifics of the ship - drawings and diagrams.
What is the EOSS (engineering operational sequencing system)?
Step by step procedures starting and clearing equipment and controlling casualties to equipment within the plan.
What is boat report?
Checklist to ensure the boat is operational and be launched if needed - daily 0800.
What does the checklist include?
Starting the boat checking the oils etc.
What are operational logs?
Hand written machinery logs.
What are jacking over a main engine/reduction gears, shafting and propellers?
Used to turn the shaft slowly to prevent the shaft from bowing when hot.
What is stopping and locking the shaft?
Used to prevent the shaft from turning.
What are refueling operations?
Receiving transfer offloading.
What is a full power trial?
Running full propulsion power for a length of time for testing.
What is the function of the internal combustion engine?
To convert rotor motion into work for propulsion or emergency use.
What are gas turbines used for?
Propulsion and powering generators.
What are steam turbines used for?
Propulsion turning generators and auxiliary pumps.
What purpose of the prime mover and reduction gears?
Combination of gears and shafts that reduce speed.
What are the lube oil pumps?
Electric driven, steam driven or attached to reduction gears. Used to supply lube oil to the main engines and reduction gears.
What is the main thrust bearing?
Transmits the thrust of the propeller to the hull.
What are line shaft bearings?
Support the line shaft.
What are bulkhead stuffing boxes?
Allows the line shaft to pass through the bulkhead and maintain watertight integrity.
What is a shaft seal?
Seals the shaft as it penetrates the hull.
What is the stern tube bearing?
Water lubricated bearing located where the shaft passes through the hull.
What is a strut bearing?
Supports the tail shaft outside the ship, Cooled with seawater.
Define the compressed system parameters.
HP: 3500-4500 MD 110-500 PSI LP 80-120 PSI
What is the difference between viatl and non-vital air?
Vital air is used for electronic equipment and engineering.
What is Non-Vital air used for?
Laundry hand dryers. Etc
What are priority valves?
A valve that has a preset value that will automatically shut and secure non-vital air.
What are air receiver / flask?
Large tanks that store compressed air.
What are the dehydrators?
Remove the moisture from compressed air.
What is HP/LP high pressure connects?
Allow ship to cross connect HP to LP in event of LP air casualty.
What are potable water storage tanks?
Stores drinking water on ship - holds 485,000 gal.
What is a bow manifold?
Arrangement of bows that allow operator to line up various tanks to the portable water system.
What are the fresh water pumps?
Pumps potable water to tanks throughout the ship.
Where are the switchboards located?
What are ship service/emergency generators?
Makes 4160V A/C, 1338 amps, 3 phase located in MMR 1 and 2 used when we have casualty power.
What is an ABT (automatic bus transfer)?
Automatically sense when primary power is lost and switches to alternate power.
What is manual bus transfer?
Must be switched over to alternate power when primary power is lost.
What is the purpose of the steering system?
To turn the rudders.
What are the steering motors?
Double ended electric motor that drives two steering pumps per steering unit.
What are steering pumps?
Prime mover of hydraulic fluid.
What is steering gear?
Transfers movement of the hydraulic rams to a rotational movement that acts on the rudderstock and rudder.
What is the purpose of the degaussing system?
To reduce the magnetic signature of the ship.
What is the ship's degaussing folder?
To test the degaussing system.
What rates stand watch in CDC?
OS, FC, AW, CTT
What is EMCON and what are the levels?
Emissions Control - A/B/C/D
What levels of EMCON are the most and least restrictive?
Alpha / Delta
Define Marshall Stack?
Holding pattern for aircraft to avoid collision / 21 NM out and 6000 ft up, every Aircraft add 1 NM and 1000 ft.
Define CASE 1 flight ops
Clear day, 5+ NM visibility and 3000+ ft Ceiling.
Define Case 2 flight ops
Over cast, up to 5 NM visibility and 1000-3000 ft ceiling.