Engine Room Simulator
ERS – Engine Room Simulator
Scope (Target audience) : This course is developed the watchkeeping ability of Marine Engineers who are aspiring to excel in their profession. The Full Mission simulator is now upgraded with a steam turbine! Now we have a 76,000 DWT LNG Tanker, with a steam turbine as the main engine. Runs the fixed pitch propeller with the gearbox.
Course content : This course mainly consists on exercises on the Engine Simulator which includes general procedures, main Engine operations, Trouble-shooting and Watchkeeping. The candidate will be able to familiarize with the Engine Simulator and sub systems following procedures and safety guideline.
The course includes:
- Ship Diesel Propulsion Plant
- Ship Electrical Power Plant
- Auxiliary Machinery and Systems
NOTE: Engine Room systems are started and operated in a systematic manner, in accordance with laid down procedures and safety guidelines.
- A specific risk assessment should be done in every engine room to determine the potential for, and protection from, oil pressure reaching hot surfaces.
- Frequent checks concerning the condition of all hoses, joints and fittings should be carried out. Especially if an old engine is fitted.
- Routine surface temperature measurements of critical parts of machinery to be performed regardless if efforts for shielding have been properly carried out.
Duration: 5 days
- Identification card or passport
Note to client : After successful completion of the course candidates will receive ERRM – Engine Room Simulator certificate