Operating Principles of Marine Propulsion Plants (MIDATL-337) | 1782
Course Number : 1782
Course Length : 40 hours
Minimum Class Size: 2
Maximum Class Size: 8
Please bring picture ID on first day of class
Any applicant who successfully completed your Operating Principles of Marine Propulsion Plants (MIDATL-337) course will satisfy the competence requirements for Operate Remote Controls of Propulsion Plant and Engineering Systems and Services of Table A-II/2 of the STCW, as amended, towards the certification as Master or Chief Mate on vessels of 500 or more gross tonnage (ITC); AND satisfy the specific assessment tasks from the National Assessment Guidelines from NVIC 10-14 and NVIC 11-14 as provided in Enclosure (4). (Assessments allowed below) Accepted Assessments from the National Assessment Guidelines for Master or Chief Mate on Vessels of 3,000 GT or More (Management Level) (NVIC 10-14) · 10.1.A Diesel Engines · 10.1.B Steam Turbine Engines · 10.1.C Propeller and Propeller Shaft · 10.1.D Bridge Control · 10.2.A Waste Heat Boilers · 10.2.B Distillation and Fresh Water Systems · 10.2.C Pumps and Pumping Systems · 10.2.D Steering Gear · 10.2.F Generators, Alternators, Elec. Dist. · 10.2.G Air Conditioning & Vent. · 10.2.H Sewage Plants · 10.2.I Oily Water Separators & Filters · 10.2.J Deck Machinery · 10.2.K Hydraulic Systems · 10.3.A Engineering Terms · 10.3.B Fuel Consumption Accepted Assessments from the National Assessment Guidelines for Master or Chief Mate of Vessels of 500 GT or More and Less Than 3,000 GT (Management Level) (NVIC 11-14) · 10.1.A Diesel Engines · 10.1.C Propeller and Propeller Shaft · 10.1.D Bridge Control · 10.2.A Waste Heat Boilers · 10.2.B Pumps and Pumping Systems · 10.2.C Steering Gear · 10.2.E Generators, Alternators, Elect. Dist. · 10.2.F Air Conditioning & Vent. · 10.2.G Sewage Plants · 10.2.H Oily Water Separators & Filters · 10.2.I Deck Machinery · 10.2.J Hydraulic Systems · 10.3.A Engineering Terms · 10.3.B Fuel Consumption
This course aims to meet the mandatory minimum requirements for knowledge, understanding, and proficiency in Table A-II/2 of STCW as amended for the function Navigation at the management level on vessels of 500 or more gross tonnage (ITC) Level. The objective of operating principles of marine power plants course is to provide students with a review of operating principles of marine power plants practices at the management level and in doing so, satisfy company, national, and international regulations for candidates for certification as master or chief mate as follows:
Table A-II/2 Specification of minimum standard of competence for masters and chief mates on ships of 500 gross tonnage or more. Function: Navigation at the management level
- Operate remote controls of propulsion plant and engineering systems and services.
Knowledge, understanding, and proficiency:
- Operating principles of marine power plants
- Ships’ auxiliary machinery
- General knowledge of marine engineering terms
Recommended Study Material:
Introduction to Naval Engineering, David A. & Bock, Arthur E. 2nd edition
Watchstanding Guide for the Merchant Officer Robert J. Meurn 1990.
Merchant Marine Officers Hand Book. William B. Hayler, Editor
Upcoming Course Dates:
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Class Start Times:
Day Classes: 8:00 a.m.
Night Classes: 4:00 p.m.
Check-in Time Starts at:
7:00 a.m. for Day Classes
3:00 p.m. for Night Classes
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Required Course Tools:
- Texas Instruments TI-30Xa Scientific Calculator$16.00
- You may bring your lap top computer for this course.