Figure 1-11.--Diesel Engine Operating Record--All Ships.
The Diesel Engine Operating Record, shown in
Rotor Disc Assembly Service Record and the MGTE
operating diesel engine. For ships with more than one
diesel in the same machinery room, a separate record
turbine rotor disc assembly is to be reworked, the
sheet is maintained for each operating diesel engine.
rework activity must ensure that data associated
The watch supervisor enters the remarks and signs
with each disc is properly recorded. The same
the record for his or her watch. The engineer officer
requirement is true if the compressor rotor assembly
immediately receives a report of any unusual
is reworked. Although one record is required for each
conditions noted in the record. The engineer officer
turbine rotor disc or stage, only one record is required
then receives the record for his or her approval.
for the complete compressor rotor assembly.
REDUCTION GEAR RECORDS. Maintaining a
DIESEL ENGINE RECORDS. As a GSM2 on
log for the main reduction gear is extremely
board an FFG-7 class ship, you can expect to review
important. This log should be kept in the engine room
diesel engine records. The repair and history records
and the readings must be taken and recorded at
are primarily for the operating personnel of the ship.
established intervals. A reduction gear log serves as a
They will prove valuable in making estimates of parts
guide in detecting unusual and inefficient operating
needed and work lists for the next availability. A
conditions. Temperatures, pressures, and the
system must be setup by which completely accurate
presence of oil in the sight flow indicators are
and up-to-date records can be kept on all diesel
important readings that should be included on this