Engineman 3rd Class. Nonresident Training Course. - 413 p.
By enrolling in this self-study course, you have demonstrated a desire to improve yourself and the Navy. Remember, however, this self-study course is only one part of the total Navy training program. Practical experience, schools, selected reading, and your desire to succeed are also necessary to successfully round out a fully meaningful training program.
In completing this nonresident training course, you will demonstrate a knowledge of the subject matter by correctly answering questions on the following: the construction, design, principles of operation, and basic maintenance of diesel engines, reduction gears, and related auxiliary equipment and support systems; the design, construction, principles of operation, application, and basic maintenance of mechanical components such as pumps, valves, and control devices; the design, principles of operation, and basic maintenance of marine auxiliary equipment, specifically compressed air systems, distilling plants, evaporators, refrigeration and air-conditioning systems, deck machinery, steering gear, and laundry and galley equipment.
1. Introduction to the Engineman Rating
2. Reciprocating Internal-Combustion Engine
3. Principal Stationary Parts of an Engine
4. Principal Moving and Related Components
5. Engine Drive Mechanisms
6. Intake and Exhaust Systems
7. Engine Cooling Systems
8. Engine Lubricating Oil SYstems
9. Diesel Fuel Systems and Engine Control Devices
10. Engine Starting Systems
11. Diesel Engine Operating Practices
12. Transmission of Engine Power
13. Pumps and Valves
14. Compressed Air Systems
15. Distilling Plants
17. Air Conditioning
18. Additional Auxiliary Equipment