A Complete Guide on - Emergency Bilge Suction Valve

A Complete Guide for understanding Emergency Bilge Suctions in Engine Room. This course meets your Oral exam needs.
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  • Lectures 12
  • Contents Video: 32 mins
  • Skill Level All Levels
  • Languages English
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Published 10/2014 English

Course Description

Emergency Bilge Suction Valves are important ones when it comes to engine room flooding. This course is exclusively developed to target all oral examination questions asked based on Emergency Bilge suction valves. Even though these are spotted everyday by Engineers in ship - most of the engineers feel it to be a grey area and often neglect the importance of it. This course will help them to overcome their fear of operation and maintenance on this valve.

This course is meant to clarify all the doubts which would arise when you prepare for your competency exams.

This course is definitely the need of the hour - helping you save time during your exams.

30 minutes to understand everything about Emergency Bilge Suction valve..! Isn't that awesome?

What are the requirements?

  • Basic Merchant Ship Engineering Knowledge

What am I going to get from this course?

  • You will learn detailed explanations on the below frequently asked questions:
  • What is Emergency Bilge Suction?
  • Location of Emergency Bilge Suction?
  • How to Identify Emergency Bilge Suction Valves?
  • How to operate Emergency Bilge Suction Valves?
  • How to Test Emergency Bilge Suction Valves?
  • Why Emergency Bilge Suction Valves are Located in Bottom Platform and usually in Forward part of Engine Room?
  • Why it is connected to Main Sea Water Pump and Why Not Ballast Pump?
  • Important Regulations with regards to Emergency Bilge Suction Valves.
  • Is Emergency Bilge Suction Valves are SDNR or SD valves?
  • General Arrangement of Bilge suction valves.
  • A Case Study

What is the target audience?

  • Marine Engineering Graduates, Competency Exam candidates

What you get with this course?

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30 day money back guarantee.

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Lifetime access.

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Desktop, iOS and Android.

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Certificate of completion.

Curriculum

Section 1: Welcome Note.
Welcome & Course Introduction - Learning Outcome
Preview
01:51
Section 2: Get Certified Upon Course Completion.!
How to Get Certificates?
Preview
01:30
Section 3: EMERGENCY BILGE SUCTION - a Complete Guide.
What is an Emergency Bilge Suction?
Preview
02:19
Is there Other Names for Emergency Bilge Suction Valve?
Preview
00:53
Emergency Bilge Suction Valve - Where it is Located? How To Identify It?
Preview
05:05
How to Operate & Test an Emergency Bilge Suction Valve?
04:17
What are the means to Operate An Emergency Bilge Suction Valve?
02:10
Why Located in Bottom Platform? and Why in Forward Part of Engine Room?
03:26
Why connected to Main sea water pump and Why Not to Ballast Pumps?
01:59
Is An Emergency Bilge Suction Valve SDNR or SD?
03:17
E/R Flooding Emergency Response
04:27
Section 4: Quiz.!
5 questions

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Section 5: Course Completion & Feedback
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00:55
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Instructor Biography

Marine Mechanik, Where Knowledge Meets Growth

"Marine Engineering" - It's a passion to really "Understand" such complex machinery and systems, with a great zeal to think on "Know-Hows/whys" of various Machinery and systems.

This website has been Launched to serve the above purpose and to create an interest in everyone to know & understand such "Know-hows" of machinery. Most of the Information/videos have pushed the limits of "Know-Hows" & Added with that, this would also serve as a platform for discussion on exam questions, answered/guided by Marine Engineering Tutors.

A New initiative to blend Bookish theory with the actual Practice on board.

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