Marine Propulsion Plants
- Length5 Days
This course (MITPMI-272) is available to all 2nd Mates upgrading to Chief Mate/Master. This course is designed to give the attendee an understanding of the operation of remote controls for marine commercial propulsion plants, engineering systems, and attendant service systems. This course provides the attendee knowledge in the operation of Marine power plants, ship’s auxiliary machinery, and marine engineering terms.
This course satisfies the following STCW and CFR training requirements:
- The competence of Table A-II/2 – Operate Remote Controls of Propulsion Plant and Engineering Systems and Services of the STCW Code, as amended, for Masters and Chief Mates on ships of 500 gross tons (ITC), or more
- The Vessel Power Plants requirements of Table 2 to 46 CFR Table 11.910 for Master/Chief Mate, oceans/near coastal, unlimited tonnage
- The following Tasks from NVIC 10-14 Master/Chief Mate 3,000 GT or more: 8.6.A, 10.1.A, 10.1.B, 10.1.C, 10.1.D, 10.2.A, 10.2.B, 10.2.C, 10.2.D, 10.2.F, 10.2.G, 10.2.H, 10.2.I, 10.2.J, 10.2.K, 10.3.A, and 10.3.B
Prerequisites- OICNW Level Certification.
Suggested Courses/Skills- See NVIC 09-16.
What You Will Learn
- Diesel Engine Theory
- Steam Turbine Systems
- Gas Turbine Theory
- Propellers and Propeller Shafting
- Bridge Control
- Distillation and Fresh-Water Systems
- Pumps and Pumping Systems
- Steering Gear Equipment
- Generators, Alternators and Electrical Distribution
- Refrigeration, Air-Conditioning and Ventilation
- Sewage treatment plant
What You Should Bring
- Scientific Calculator