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10.522 Service requirements for assistant engineer (limited-oceans) of steam and/or motor vessels.

The minimum service required to qualify an applicant for license as assistant engineer (limited-oceans) of steam and/or motor vessels is three years of service in the engineroom of vessels. Eighteen months of this service must have been as a qualified member of the engine department or equivalent supervisory position.

10.524 Service requirements for designated duty engineer of steam and/or motor vessels.

(a) Designated duty engineer licenses are issued in three levels of horsepower limitations dependent upon the total service of the applicant and completion of appropriate examination. These licenses are limited to vessels of not more than 500 gross tons on certain waters as specified in 10.501.

(b) The service requirements for licenses as designated duty engineer are:

(1) For designated duty engineer of steam and/or motor vessels of any horsepower, the applicant must have three years of service in the engineroom. Eighteen months of this service must have been as a qualified member of the engine department or equivalent supervisory position.

(2) For designated duty engineer of steam and/or motor vessels of not more than 4,000 horsepower, the applicant must have two years of service in the engineroom. One year of this service must have been as a qualified member of the engine department or equivalent supervisory position.

(3) For designated duty engineer of steam and/or motor vessels of not more than 1,000 horsepower, the applicant must have one year of service in the engineroom. Six months of this service must have been as a qualified member of the engine department or equivalent supervisory position.

Exam Subjects

Notes: P = Practical Knowledge. T = Theoretical Knowledge.

General Subjects:

Motor

Steam

Prints and Tables

P-T

P-T

Pipes, Fittings, Valves

P-T

P-T

Hydraulics

P-T

P-T

Bilge Systems

P-T

P-T

Sanitary / Sewerage Systems

P-T

P-T

Fresh Water Systems

P

P

Lubricants

P-T

P-T

Lubrication Systems

P-T

P-T

Automation Systems

P-T

P-T

Control Systems

P-T

P-T

Propellers/Shafting Systems

P-T

P-T

Machine Shop

P-T

P-T

Pumps

P-T

P-T

Compressors

P-T

P-T

Administration

P-T

P-T

Governors

P-T

P-T

Cooling Systems

P-T

P-T

Bearings

P-T

P-T

Instruments

P-T

P-T

Ship Construction and Repair

P-T

P-T

Theory

T

T

Steering Systems

P-T

P-T

Deck Machinery

P-T

P-T

Ventilation Systems

P

P

Thermodynamics

NO

NO

Watch Duties

P-T

P-T

Refrigeration and Air Conditioning:

Motor

Steam

Theory

T

T

Air Conditioning Systems

P-T

P-T

Refrigeration Systems

P-T

P-T

Control Systems

P-T

P-T

Safety

P-T

P-T

Casualty Control

P-T

P-T

Electricity:

Motor

Steam

Theory

T

T

General Maintenance

P-T

P-T

Generators

P-T

P-T

Motors

P-T

P-T

Motor Controllers

P-T

P-T

Propulsion Systems

P

P

Distribution Systems

P-T

P-T

Electronic Systems

P-T

P-T

Batteries

P-T

P-T

Communications

P

P

Safety

P-T

P-T

Casualty Control

P-T

P-T

Steam Generators:

Motor

Steam

Steam

NO

P-T

Main Boilers

NO

P-T

Auxiliary Boilers

P-T

NO

Feedwater Systems

NO

P-T

Condensate Systems

NO

P-T

Recovery Systems

NO

P-T

Fuel

P-T

P-T

Fuel Systems

P-T

P-T

Boiler Water

P

P-T

Control Systems

NO

P-T

Automation Systems

NO

P-T

Safety

P

P-T

Casualty Control

P

P-T

Steam Engines:

Motor

Steam

Main Turbine

NO

P-T

Auxiliary Turbine

NO

P-T

Reciprocating Machines

NO

P-T

Governor Systems

NO

P-T

Control Systems

NO

P-T

Automation Systems

NO

P-T

Lubrication Systems

NO

P-T

Drive Systems

NO

P-T

Safety

NO

P-T

Casualty Control

NO

P-T

Motor:

Motor

Steam

Main Engines

P-T

NO

Auxiliary Engines

P-T

P-T

Starting Systems

P-T

P

Lubrication Systems

P-T

P-T

Fuel

P-T

P-T

Fuel Systems

P-T

P-T

Combustion Systems

P-T

P

Intake Systems

P-T

P

Exhaust Systems

P-T

P

Cooling Systems

P-T

P

Supercharging Systems

P-T

P

Drive Systems

P-T

NO

Control Systems

P-T

P

Automation Systems

P-T

P

Governors

P-T

P

Turbines

P-T

P

Safety

P-T

P-T

Casualty Control

P-T

P-T

Safety:

Motor

Steam

Fire

P-T

P-T

Fire Prevention

P-T

P-T

Fire Fighting

P-T

P-T

Flooding

P-T

P-T

Dewatering

P-T

P-T

Stability and Trim

P-T

P-T

Damage Control

P-T

P-T

Emergency Equipment and Lifesaving Appliances.

P-T

P-T

General Safety

P-T

P-T

First Aid

P-T

P-T

Dangerous Materials

P-T

P-T

Pollution

P-T

P-T

Inspections and Surveys

P-T

P-T

U.S. Rules and Regulations

P-T

P-T

International Rules and Regulations.

P-T

P-T

 

Exam Structure

SHEET NO. 2-1

License Type           ASSISTANT ENGINEER/DDE UNLIMTED    

License Group:         LIMITED - OCEANS

License Action:        ORIGINAL

EXAM CODE

61CR

NUMBER OF MODULES: Four (4)

NUMBER

OF

QUESTIONS

MINIMUM

SCORE

611--, General Subjects  

70

70

612--, Motor Plants

70

70

613--, Engineering Safety & Environmental Protection

70

70

 614--, Electricity

70

70

Remarks: After January 31, 2002 each applicant for a Limited Assistant Engineer/DDE Unlimited license and an STCW 95 certificate must complete all modules above to be issued a license.