ENGINEERING CONTROL AND SURVEIL-
for use in boilers. Feedwater is purer than drinking
L A N C E SYSTEM (ECSS).-- An automatic
electronic control and monitoring system using
analog and digital circuitry to control the propulsion
F I L T E R . -- (1) A device that removes insoluble
and electric plant. The ECSS consists of the EPCE,
PAMCE, PAMISE, PLOE, and SCE on the CG- and
device through which gas or liquid is passed while
dirt, dust, and other impurities are removed by the
ENGINEERING OFFICER OF THE WATCH/
LOGGING UNIT (EOOW/LU).-- The EOOW/LU
FOREIGN OBJECT DAMAGE (FOD).-- Damage as
is located in the CCS on DDG-51 class ships. It
a result of entry of foreign objects into a gas turbine
provides a centralized station for accumulating,
processing, and displaying the MCS status.
FREE STANDING ELECTRONIC ENCLOSURE
ENGINEERING OPERATING PROCEDURES
( F S E E ) . -- The FSEE provides the supporting
(EOPs).-- Technically correct written procedures,
electronic and engine control interface between the
status charts, and diagrams required for the normal
GTE and the control consoles. One FSEE is located
transition between steady state operating
in each MER.
F R E Q U E N C Y . -- The number of cycles (as in an
a l t e r n a t i n g electrical current) completed per
E N G I N E E R I N G OPERATIONAL CASUALTY
C O N T R O L ( E O C C ) . -- Technically correct,
logically sequenced procedures for responding to
FUEL SYSTEM CONTROL CONSOLE (FSCC).--
and controlling commonly occurring casualties.
Located in the CCS, the FSCC is the central station
for monitoring and control of the fuel fill and
ENGINEER OPERATING STATION (EOS).-- This
transfer system on DD-, DDG-, and CG-47 class
station, located on the PHM, contains machinery
controls, the fire detection and extinguishing panel,
the flooding panel, and damage control central.
F U E L OIL SYSTEM.-- This system provides a
continuous supply of clean fuel to the GTEs.
ENGINEERING OPERATIONAL SEQUENCING
SYSTEM (EOSS).-- A two-part system of operating
FULL POWER.-- The condition in which both engines
instructions bound in books for each watch station.
(GTEs) in one engine room are engaged and driving
It provides detailed operating procedures (EOPs)
and casualty control procedures (EOCC) for the
GAS TURBINE ENGINE (GTE).-- A GTE consists of
ENGINE ORDER TELEGRAPH (EOT).-- A
accessory drive system. Many variations of GTEs
nonvoice communication system provided between
the command station (pilot house), CCS, and the
main engine room.
GTGS has a GTE, a reduction gearbox, and a
EXCITER CONTROL PANEL (EXCOP).-- Controls
the generator output voltage by regulating generator
G E N E R A T O R . -- A rotating machine that converts
field excitation. The EXCOP is enabled by the
mechanical energy into electrical energy.
LOCOP on DDG-51 class ships.
EXECUTIVE CONTROL UNIT (ECU).-- A computer
connect a generator to its main switchboard.
( p a r t of PAMISE) that is the nucleus of the
GOVERNOR CONTROL UNIT (GCU).-- A static
information center of the ECSS. The ECU gathers
GCU is supplied for each GTGS consisting of a
data from the ship's propulsion, auxiliary, and
static exciter/voltage regulator assembly, field
electric plant equipment.
rectifier assembly, motor-driven rheostat, and mode
FEEDBACK.-- A value derived from a controlled
select rotary switch. It controls the output voltage
function and returned to the controlling function.
of the generator.