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Pakistan National Shipping Corporation Marine Engineer Apprentice training program

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  • IT IS THE ALLAH WHO SUBJECTED THE SEA TO YOU.THAT SHIP MAY SAIL THROUGH IT BY HIS COMMAND ,THAT YE MAY SEEK OF HIS BOUNTY,AND THAT YE MAY BE GRATEFUL (Al-Quran)
  • Pakistan National Shipping Corporation Marine Engineer Apprentice
  • Training program
    • Electrical and Electronics shop
    • Welding shop
    • Boiler shop
    • Machine shop
    • Ship repair shop
    • Welding and transformer shop
    • Fitting shop
    • NOTE: The shop 1-5 are for M.E.A’s (Marine Engineer Apprentices) but for you own knowledge you can learn in 6 and 7 shop also.
  • Electrical and electronic shop
    • Overhauling, dismantling and assembling AC motors
    • Overhauling, dismantling and assembling DC motors
    • Generators of floating craft
    • Besides you can also learn about the followings
      • Magnetic contactor
      • Solenoid valve
      • Limit switch
      • Pressure switches
      • Level sensor
      • Governor ( woodward )
      • Thermostat
      • Electro-pneumatic transducer
      • Float switch
      • Gyrocompass
      • Master and slave clock
      • Crankcase oil mist detector
      • Star and delta motor starter
      • Wiring of generator
      • Power distribution in ship
      • Fluorescent tubelight
      • Mercury lamp and it ballast
  • Welding shop
    • Gas cutting
    • Gas welding (include brazing)
    • Electric arc welding
    • Besides these you can also learn the following things
      • TIG( tungsten inert gas ) consumable rod available in PNSC workshop
      • MIG ( metal inert gas )
    • Make your job as direct by your training incharge
    • Also make your note on safety like( google, flashback arrestor, welding helmet, safety shoes)
  • Boiler shop
    • Ship structure
    • Revetting and caulking of marine boilers
    • Pressure gauge
    • Steam valves
    • Safety valve
    • Gauge glass( water level indication)
    • Pressure reducing valve (PR valve)
    • Fd fan
    • Nozzle ( for atomization of fuel)
    • In the end make your own sketches and notes
  • Machine shop
    • Metal turning
    • Screw thread cutting
    • Planning
    • Slotting
    • Shaping
    • Cylinder boring
    • Eccentric job and their alignment in four chuck.(dog chuck)
  • Ship repairs (steam & motor)
    • Overhauling
    • Dismantling
    • Assembly of marine steam & diesel engine
    • Generators welding plant
    • Air compressor
    • Other auxiliary machinery
  • Welding and transformer shop
    • In this shop you can learn the following things
    • Triple pole board and their wiring
    • Submersible motor overhauling
    • Blowers
  • Fitting shop
    • Centrifugal pumps and their associated problems
    • And their different configuration used on ship
    • Overhauling of valves
      • Globe
      • Gate
      • butterfly
    • Steam valve( globe valve)
    • Pressure reducing valve
    • Control valve and check valve
    • Relief valve
  • Instruction to Marine Engineer Apprentices
    • It is mandatory that all marine engineering apprentice maintain there work diaries throughout their prescribed industrial time at a marine engineering workshop.
    • 2. All the entries will be in chronological orders and dates and places of duty must be clearly mentioned.
    • 3. Foremen workshop instructor or the respective shop incharge or the engineering incharge of a ship must countersign the works-statement
    • 4. The work diaries will be issued in a set of one for each engineering apprentice. One of these, when completed and inspection/scruting by the manager workshop will be conducted on quarterly basis
    • 5. The diaries shall be submitted promptly to the officer incharge at the end of every working quarter of the year OIC training will endorse his remarks before the submission to the chief examiner m.o.c
    • 6. Detailed description, lists of tools and gadgets, safety and precaution points and elaborate sketches will bring you much merit points.
    • 7. Signatures of the apprentice and the supervisor must be affixed at the end of the description of the assignment.
    • 8. No intershop transfers shall be made without submission of the work diaries complete in all respects for their respective allotted period. It is mandatory to clear shop test.
    • 9. Unauthorized absence of more then three/week will call for extension/short service certificate.
    • 10. On completion of apprenticeship, the work diary to be returned, if any one found failed to do so, their certificates shall not be is issued.
  • PNSC workshop Repair Code List
    • Deck repairs
    • h1 chipping nd painting of hull, holds, decks superstructure etc
    • h2 cleaning of tanks, holds, cofferdams, deep tanks etc
    • h3 wood work including all accomodations and its fitting and equipment
    • h4 steel work including all load line items
    • h5 pipe line work including fittings
    • h6 caulking of decks
    • h7 lagging and insulation work
    • h8 tiles and mansonry work
    • h9 repairs to lsa and ffe including fire extinguishers, smoke detectors etc
    • h10 repairs and testing of cargo gear and tackles
    • h11 repairs and renewal of item made of canvas.
    • H12 repairs to tv, radio, radiogramme, typewriter, calculating machines etc.
    • H13 spare parts required to be manufactured
    • h14 damage repairs
    • h15 miscellaneous
  • Engine Room repairs
    • e1 main engine repairs including propeller shafting
    • e2 electrical prime movers and its coolers, heat exchangers etc
    • e3 repairs to aux. Including pumps etc
    • e4 repairs to deck machinery(mechanical)
    • e5 repair to boiler and fittings
    • e6 pipe line works including fittings
    • e7 steel work
    • e8 wood work
    • e9 repairs to tools etc
    • e10 repairs to instruments, gauges, meters etc
    • e11 lagging and insulation work
    • e12 repairs and renewal of items made of canvas
    • e13 chipping, painting, cleaning, er bilges, tanktops etc
    • e14 spare parts required to be manufactured
    • e15 damage repairs
    • e16 miscellaneous
  • Electrical work
    • l1 repairs to electrical machinery such as motors, generators, switchboard etc
    • l2 repairs to deck machinery (electrical)
    • l3 repairs to equipment
    • l4 repair to instruments
    • l5 spare parts required to be manufacture
    • l6 damage repairs
  • Refrigeration work
    • r1
  • Author Introduction
    • ZEESHAN AHMED , Marine Engineer
    • . After doing FSc(pre-engineering)
    • from PAF(fazaia) intermediate
    • college Lahore cantt. I joined
    • Pakistan Marine Academy and
    • choose Marine engineering branch.
    • Two years of training at academy
    • (practical + theoretical)
    • we learned a lot of thing like CNC
    • (computerize numeric code), trained
    • on various models (like control valve, solenoid valve, flow meter, refrigeration system, CPP propeller, Main engine model (TWO stroke), Boiler model (water tube) ……………………………….. in GEK (general engineering knowledge) lab, Mechanical and physics lab, Engineering workshop. ETC . After two years, we joined PNSC workshop for the training of ONE year Industrial training. That was also the golden time where we learnt a lot of things at different shops as well as onboard (repairing and watch keeping). I learn many thing on tanker E.g. MT Johar (learn how to dismantle turbine rotor from casing and what are the precautionary measurement while working on turbine, learn how to change the diaphragm(stationary blade) Plate type heat exchanger gasket change, shell and tube Cooler Anode replacement and (Cont.)
  • Introduction (cont.)
    • cleaning of SALT WATER tubes etc.) , MT Swat (major thing which I learn in Swat is how to dismantle head of main unit and copper gasket replacement with a minor facing defect which is found during overhauling which is filled and faced by Belzona) , MT Lahore(About the DEAD MAN ALARM, Alpha lubricator for Cylinder Main Engine Unit, Pump operation and watch keeping), MT Quetta(Auto load sharing of Generator Set, MT Karachi (Dry washing of the main engine turbocharger with granules, water washing of IG Fan of Inert Gas system, sludge removal of from purifier(centrifuge) etc., . One thing I want to added is that the trend in ship building is more toward based on electronic and electrical application. So a marine engineer must strong in automation, instrumentation and control system. PLC (programmable and logic control) and SCADA (supervisory central access and data acquisition) are the upcoming technology that are using on modern ship. The latest engine of MAN B&W is based on Camless technology. Chain is removed ; fuel pump and exhaust valve actuation is control by hydraulic servo(lub) oil which is driven by Axial piston pump mounted on the Fly wheel.
    • Regards,
    • Z.A.
  • Author contact information
    • zeetec4@yahoo/gmail/hotmail.com
    • Social networking sites.
    • Facebook: mariner46
    • Website: zeetec4.googlepages.com
    • Any question and suggestion are welcome