A A E T Transistor
AAJT A large temperature drop across the drier.
AALB 30 litres pr. nautical mile.
AAWE lowering of at l...
AUIJ user of the installation
AUNF
By producing and making available anonymous reports of incidents and
accidents
AUSG
1 V...
BONM Survival suit and lifeline
BOTH
Check that the painter is made fast to a secure point and that the sea below is
clear...
CIMU 1.25 times the maximum working pressure
CIPM All alarms are reengaged prior to switching to UMS-mode
CIUK 1 year
CIUL...
gradually building up to longer firing periods and shorter intervals.
DGRI 3 sets
DGRL At all times
DGRN A short circuit o...
EEHC Go to your lifeboat station (muster station).
EEYR Raise the feed water temperature.
EFAD To lubricate and cool the e...
washed.
EYJD To connect the ship fire main to the shore lines
EYJG only with the master
EYKA Solid combustibles
EYMK In Pa...
FUPY Cast off the rope.
FUSE The team is applying water and the temperature is decreasing
FUVP A search inside the crankca...
GQTU
We are allowed to gas up LPG on inert gas if the charterer do not instruct the
vessel to use nitrogen
GRDU Correct do...
HKTA
Special section for Births and Deaths and also to be included in narrative
section
HKUV lifebuoy with light
HKXE Yes
...
IHCD Powder
IHCU To secure/lash containers?
IHCX This call was sent by a coast station
IHHG 5 sets of Firemen's outfits
IH...
IYNT 2 sec
IYPK Non-inverting amplifier
IYQF 1000 A
IYRC
Will relay a message concerning an important navigation -or meteo...
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  • 1. A A E T Transistor AAJT A large temperature drop across the drier. AALB 30 litres pr. nautical mile. AAWE lowering of at least one lifeboat after any necessary preparation for launching ABAF He has control of the navigation and movement of the vessel ABAM Cavitation ABBG Figure 1 ABDQ Water Pump Pliers ABEN not less than 180m ABFC One long blast followed by two short blasts at intervals of not more than 2 min ABHV Forward breast line is given by C on the figure ABKJ By soft machine scrubbing with red pad and a renewing of polish only where there is heavy traffic (f.i. in the middle of corridors and not the whole floor). ABLH Yes, even if he/ she did not die while onboard. ABPJ The employer/master. ACAJ Secure hatches ACBX To avoid pollution. ACGC Ensure that the chart and the GPS use same datum ACKJ Chemical foams ACMU Atmosphere is not combustible in either situation. ACPG By smothering and also by providing some cooling ACXK 2 h, 2 candelas (about 1,7 mile range at normal meteorological sight) ACYL Notify the Chief Officer or officer on duty and run the ventilation for at least 15min ADLS Charts, nautical publications, GMDSS log, Oil Record book(s) ADNN Machinery spaces of category A ADTB Because they wanted to make sure that the ship could be turned safely. ADVC Yes - any consular official can detain a vessel AECJ The water can be applied in a fine spray starting from the front in a sweeping motion. AECL Sodium Hydroxide Solution AEFB First aspect confirm death. Notify company, and next-of-kin, and if on board to be advised and comforted as may be required. Arrange to have body moved to freezer area. Notify local agents and British Consul when abroad. Entry to be made in Record of Bir AEKV Every three months AEMQ Red AENE To prevent the steam and water in the boiler from discharging out by the feed line, if a feed line fracture or a joint in the line blows. AEOG To determine wether the ship is seaworthy AEPT Disperse or dissolve the oil into the water AEPV Yes, the bottles can be dumped if they are ground so that the resulting particles can pass through a screen with 25 mm openings AFCL 5% by volume. AFRF routine AFTY select the telex in on-line position AFYY When unsaturated chemical compounds are heated under pressure, the molecules react with each other and form large molecules. AGCH Flat file AGEC A tank is only to be considered as gas free when no traces of flammable and/or poisonous gas are measured and in addition O2 content is measured to be 21 %. AGGL All mentioned. AGGM Fairlead is given by C on the figure AGLK 30 months / 5 years AGRJ Get out of the engine room as soon as possible. AGXI High delivery pressure AGYC Specific heat AHCF does not sustain burning or continue melting after being totally enveloped in a fire for a period of 2seconds AHCJ This call will normally be followed by a DSC acknowlegment call AHGM Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon. AHIC 23:23 AHIF at least 12 distributed on both sides of the ship AHJU To avoid uncontrolled decomposition the cargo should be discharged overboard. AHTR The HSE has authority only where an interface exists between the ship and shore e.g. means of access regs. In a serious case, they would contact the local Marine Officer AHWA Vessels with bulbous bow, LPG- and LNG-vessels must provide their own projector AHWE Panama lead is given by C on the figure AHWF Tell the jettyman to stop loading immediately. AHXB outside the sea areas A1, A2 and A3 AIGK Good eyesight and able to communicate with the OOW (officer on watch) AIHG Water-tube boilers are more efficient and contains less water. They suffer from major damages when run dry during operation. AIIW The bottom washing starts whilst there is still a small amount of cargo in the tank. AINU Checking that passengers and crew are suitably dressed and lifejackets correctly donned AINY F1B AIQE Stop the washing process and not resume until the oxygen content in the tank is below 8%. AISX Near to the deck, crawl out keeping your face as near to the deck as possible. AISY Test pressure equal to 1.5 times the maximum allowable working pressure AIWE have separate draining pumps of sufficient capacity AIWH Start water-spray AIXA A 2 stroke engine has an ignition every time the piston reaches its top position. AJBF In Section 6 of the Act. AJMX Vitamin B AJSP SARSAT-COSPAS EPIRBS AJUH Every four years AJWX interrupt AJXS 0,5 - 1 watt AKAH Cavitation AKAJ Insufficient amount of bowl closing water AKFY Any of the below AKQA At such locations that at least two jets not emanating from the same hydrant may reach any part of the ship normally accessible to the crew while the ship is being navigated, one of these jets coming from a single length of hose (the other jet may come from a connection of several lengths of hoses) AKRP During loading/discharging of persistent/non persistent oil? AKRT 1 min AKRW the sea areas ALEN Orange ALIJ Yes. ALUC Public announcement system to be used for informing. The cabin attendant should proceed to their cabin section, and search all cabins. If the area is inaccessible report to their superior. AMAX two efficient painters AMDH Alarm instruction AMDJ Act according to the check list "during crude oil washing". AMEG G2B AMGW Employment agreement, report on seamen and documentation that the seafarer has the necessary qualifications, health certificate, record of service AMHQ He shall arrange for proper care within what he may find to be reasonable expenses AMMR Every 5 years AMPX In the cargo tanks we use either float or radar type gauge to control the liquid level AMWO Stretch a painter from fore to aft AMYI red ANBU In the port where the occurance took place/ first port of call after the occurance took place - postponed only in exceptional cases and pursuant to provisions. ANDG starting and operating the lifeboat engine ANML Protect against corrosion ANMN Fresh water system failure ANNG Capacitor ANOY 4 ANQS Steering gear and alarm system ANSH As the piston passes "The Lubrication Points" in an upward direction. ANSK Decreasing the speed of rotation will decrease the discharge pressure. ANSM Rectifier ANXC The Chief Engineer AOBP Open steam valve very slowly, considering system expansion. AOBR Valve in the outlet line partly closed. AODG Immediately stop the discharging. AOHG Once a week. AOHJ The AB's Certificate (or equivalent), the seaman's discharge book, the medical certificate AOJD 17 - 20° C AOMD Piston rod AOML 2.15 V AOQQ Maritime Rescue Coordinating Centre AOWN Maritime Mobile Service Identity AOYB details of the general emergency alarm signal consisting of seven or more short blasts, followed by one long blast. APAO The water level is between the water cock connection of the boiler, and the bottom of the gauge glass. It is safe to put feed water into the boiler. APGH Have all scuppers plugged APGN Notify Ch.Eng., find cause of leakage, remedy the leakage and then immediately start cleaning of the tank top. APHL Collect water/cargo to be pumped out APKM They are going to weigh the anchor APKU After 20 minutes APLT Collect rain water APRH 20 000 dwt AQAM Sufficient amount for fifteen hours operation at full capacity AQBL The assistance of the vessel is no longer required AQBN the sun AQCA A thick rope to tie up the ship. AQCC OSC to be designated by an appropriate RCC or RSC. AQEO By soft machine scrubbing with red pad and a renewing of polish only where there is heavy traffic (f.i. in the middle of corridors and not the whole floor). AQEY 1,5 Bar AQHE booster pump coming on the line and discharging properly AQSA Foam that is not a "alcohol resistant" type and water spray. ARAF Two lettres ARAJ 10-200 ARGA an EGC-message destined for ships of a certain company ARGG Means of Access Regs ARJL It requires less maintenance ARMX All answers ARNT Exhaust valve ARQG With IOPP certificate we mean International Oil Pollution Prevention certificate and the ship is classed to prevent oil pollution ARSY Jacket water cooler is clogged. ARUM No, food waste can not be dumped overboard ASQC Density, viscosity, flow rate, temperature, gravity disc diameter ASQX An approved hook with a locking device ASUJ Regulating freon liquid flow to the evaporator. ASXU position ASYN the direction of the electrical field ATCS The ITU List of Callsigns and Numerical Identities of Stations used by the Maritime Mobile and Maritime Mobile-Satellite Services ATLV be secured in a manner as not to interfere with abandonment procedures ATVX ground wave AUAY 85% of the gas can be discharged into the space within two minutes AUBY 8 minutes AUDN J3E AUIH Milk and cheese AAET-AUIJ
  • 2. AUIJ user of the installation AUNF By producing and making available anonymous reports of incidents and accidents AUSG 1 VHF RT + DSC+ DSC watch receiver - 1 or 2 SART - 1 NAVTEX and/or 1 EGC receiver and/or 1 HF NBDP watch receiver - 2 or 3 VHF portable - 1 EPIRB - 1 MF RT + DSC+ DSC watch receiver - 1 HF RT + DSC+ DSC watch receiver AUYI Oil Detection Monitoring Equipment.(ODME). AVBU the speed of light AVCH Lower the viscosity and improve purification. AVDC only to certificate holders AVED Applying 12 - 15% nitric acid on tank surfaces, either with a brush or spray; then washing off after 10 - 20 minutes using copious amounts of fresh water? AVFY At exits and in corridors AVGT They can have hold back hooks not subject to control station release providing the emergency plan details a person to close them. AVGU jump from a height of not less than 4.5m into the water without damaging the suit or being injured AVHN Ship's name, Official number, Length, breadth and draft, type of vessel, type and size of engine, name and address of the registered owner AVOC Air in the fuel oil system. AVSJ To prevent combustion gases to flow back and enter the burner. AVXJ A substance with a viscosity equal to or greater than 25 mPa.s at the unloading temperature. AWAO To improve the sealing surface between valve and seat during operation of the engine (compensate for the bending of the valve disc caused by combustion pressure). AWAW Salted meat and ham, potato dumplings, mashed swedes, boiled potatoes. AWMI Throughput too high. AWPR Broken water seal. AWUU Any of the mentioned alternatives. AWWH He is looking for navigational dangers. AWXG To ensure that the proper residuals of treatment chemicals, as specified, are maintained all time. AWYW The Master? AXEV NCS common channel AXHH On the Scene Co-ordinator AXRH To make sure gas pressure can enter freely on top of and behind the piston ring AXSB All the listed alternatives AXTU Slagging. AXVM Only when the design temperature is below -55oC and the tank is not independent type C , we must have full side ballast tanks AXYU Air draught is given by C on the figure AYHH nine digits, beginning by 4 AYOU 2182 Hz AYQI High air/fuel ratio rises the condensation temperature, and thereby reducing the safe limits between normal operation and condensation temperature. AYRG Yes, one if the ship is under 500 brt. And two if the ship is over 500 brt. BABO Tell the deck officer to hoist the red flag. (letter " B ") day signal, or red signal light in the signal mast during night time BABS Checking that life-jackets are correctly donned BACN 5 compressions after every 1 inflation BADL In case of major work the fire main shall be under pressure. BAEB Loading cargo "on top" of the oil and cargo residues in the sloptanks BAEY in radiotelex-traffic in the MF/HF bands between ship and shore stations BAFT Fluids (liquids). BAIE one buoyant line, not less than 50m in length, of sufficient strength to tow a liferaft BAIF one set of fishing tackle BAIG All ships of 500 tons gross and upwards BAIH Quay is given by A on the figure BANY must be replaced before the expiry date is exceeded BAPV the use of SART transponders BAQT To confirm to public supervisory authority that the requirements for the seafarer's service on board have been checked, are satisfied and that the compliance with the requirements has been duly documented. BAUN Semi-refrigerated gas carrier can be discharged by pressurising the cargo tanks or condensate the cargo to shore or another cargo tank or boil of the cargo BAUP Latex BAWI He will find a lubricating chart in the maintenance manual BBAU 8 tons. BBCC a jack-knife attached by a lanyard BBDF Release gripes BBHF Permits the passage of vapor but not of flame BBVQ A class fire door self closing BCAR Stop operation? BCCE Careful ahead manoeuvring BCET At the beginning of every watch BCKQ Carry out a risk assessment, make use of available equipment, and instruct staff on lifting techniques BCLO Isomer compounds is substances with same chemical formula but different characteristic BCQL Twistlocks? BCTN Milk BCVP For at least three years BCXU Calculation 3 is correct. BDNB He wants the Chief Officer to organise a lifeboat drill BDPJ Bringing the engine up to sufficient number of revolutions for combustion to take place and engine to run. BDRD All members of the crew BDRI Make the tug fast on port shoulder to pull BDXV Same as certificate to which it applies BEJI Use a water extinguisher to put out the fire BEJM Reject the offer? BELE Bleed off may be taken from any of the cargo pumps. BEOP By muster lists exhibited in conspicuous places BEXX Send a distress message and collect survival suits / thermal bags. BFBF Rocket parachute flares BFCW if the whip-antenna is replaced by an antenna of about the same length as the original one BFDT Identify the extent of damage to own vessel and take necessary steps to safeguard the complement and the vessel. BFEN Tug towing line is given by D on the figure BFGX Too high amplification BFGY The Chief Officer wants the 1st Engineer to empty the starboard bilge in hold No. 5 BFHQ She will turn to port and the speed will drop gradually BFHW That the combustion chamber of the boiler is checked being empty for oil and that the pre ventilation function prior to ignition is functioning. BFIK By soft machine scrubbing with red pad and a renewing of polish only where there is heavy traffic (f.i. in the middle of corridors and not the whole floor). BFIN don a lifejacket without assistance BFIR All the mentioned alternatives. BFJI Pre-wash the tanks with cold water first? BFKF Ammonium nitrate? BFNO an efficient radar reflector (or radar transponder) BFQW an EGC-message destined for ships with the same group call number BFSL No openings in sides and bottom BFTH 6 air changes per hour BFTI To minimize the scale formation, the Sea Water outlet temperature should never exeed 50 C BGBB Fuel with a flash point of 44°C or more BGDM They have had problems securing the gangway BGJK Lube oil cooler BHFX rescue boat BHIJ 326.6 Mt BHSE A signal representing 0 = "low" and 1 = "High" BHTC fading BHTY 5 - 10 Degr. C. BHUW Protecting cloths, safety shoes, gloves, goggles, earmuffs. BHWN On area A1 this function is based on the use of SART transponders BIND Minimum eight crew members. BINY be secured in the lifeboat (except boat-hooks) by lashings, storage in lockers, compartments, brackets or similar arrangement BIOW 100 ohm at 0° C BIPR In case of bursting pipe, to avoid oil spray hitting adjacent high heat surfaces of exhaust pipes etc. BIUQ Radiotelephony - Single sideband suppressed carrier BIWP lifebuoy BIYB That the MARVS is less than 0,7 bar BJJW No, the sea water pumps are still running BJKR Swelling below the bandage and heavy pain. BJPV Controlled closing of fire doors BJRE A deck officer or certificated person shall be placed in charge of each survival craft to be used. BKGJ When the design temperature is below -55oC and the tank is not independent type B or C, we must have full secondary barrier BKGK 40 meters BKKM Improve the scaling surface function, increase the service time of the exhaust valve in the engine. BKNU 245329000 BKQG They will be closed if the ship get a damage on the ships hull, and taking in water. It will prevent the water to fill the whole deck. In case of fire they can also be used to stop the fire and smoke from diverge. BKTW A device which prevents an operation of equipment to take place, to allow access or maintenance to be carried out BLAK Maximum cargo tank pressure on an fully refrigerated gas carrier can be 0,7 bar BLAR Channel 16 BLBF Ionisation. BLCD SOLAS BLDC Radar transponder BLDX a sea-anchor with a hawser of more than 10m in length BLFH Atmosphere is not combustible in either situation. BLGF To relieve excessive high pressure in the cylinder to protect the engine from being damaged. BLIR 406,025 et 121,5 MHz BLWW Making the grab bucket open and close. BLXA Line throwing appliance BLXW VHF / W-T BMES Radiotelex and DSC - Frequency shift keying of carrier with error correction BMIR In G3E mode - on duplex basis BMKP Sufficient amount for 15 hours of operation at full capacity BMLK To neutralize the acids occurring in the condensate system. BMTQ - 4° C BMWY EPIRB BNEO Channels 6, 13 & 16 BNKJ Excessive cooling water velocity BNLE Figure 1 BNOQ Potentiometer, 10 kilo-ohms BNPF Increase the dosage of chemicals, and take new test of the water. BNUC the use of VHF DSC BNXP The main purpose with booster pumps is to increase the manifold pressure BNXR No, membrane tanks is normally designed for transport of fully refrigerated cargoes BOGC weekly BOGV Figure 3 BOIO brass knife BOIQ Act according to the check list "during crude oil washing". BOKC When a Panama Canal pilot is onboard BOLT The method and use of sea-anchors (drogues). AUNF-BOTH
  • 3. BONM Survival suit and lifeline BOTH Check that the painter is made fast to a secure point and that the sea below is clear BOTI a DSC-message for all vessels within certain area marked by areference position, given in the DSC message and the degrees are given in southerly and easterly direction BOTK List of Call Signs and Numerical Identities BOXP There is 5 special area where it is forbidden to pump out any sludge or oil residues BPDK It could poison the fresh water if leakage occurs. BPEX Because they expected the harbor pilot to board the ship at 0730. BQAQ Stop all cargo operations and close the deck IG line isolating valve BQAS The Gulf of Mexico BQCL Secure hatches BQDK Lubricating oil. BQFB MF BQFY All the answers are good BQIE MCA BQKT Yes BQNG That the shipowner is a Norwegian subject or fulfils other requirements stated in Norwegian acts BQQR A number of lifejackets equal to at least 10% of the total number of passengers and crew to be placed in the vicinity of the muster stations BQRJ -79?C BQYD Connect bonding cable then connect hose. BRCF the use of MF and/or VHF R/T BRDD NAVTEX-receiver BRJT Bridge is given by A on the figure BRKR Upper Flammable Level / Lower Flammable Level of explosive atmosphere? BRKU Anti-alcohol foam BRRN Reduce motor speed by about 10% BRUR Do not carry lighters or matches on the tank deck. BRXD Separation with correct temperature and low flow rate. BRXF Either of the mentioned alternatives. BRYX After 20 minutes BSAQ distress alerting BSDA with weak incoming signals distortion is reduced BSFK a liquid that mixes with water BSHD Metals BSJY If time permits, send someone to try to find him. Notify the agent. Have the seaman's possessions collected and packed by two crewmembers, with three lists of contents. Notify the company.Sign the seaman off in his absence, detailing reason for him/her no BSME Too lean ( less than 2% by volume of hydrocarbons) or over rich ( in excess of 15% by volume of hydrocarbons ). BSMJ Both persons in charge BSNH Figure 1 BSNI Figure 1. BSPO anti-seasickness medicine and one seasickness bag for each person BSTU The Secretary of State responsible for Shipping BSVJ L(S) = 4 H BSVK The Master? BSYR Provisions on maritime inquiry and death and burial. BTBL gases, flames, smoke and heat BTES It allows the wearer to jump from height of at least 4.5 m into the water without injury and without damaging the life-jacket. BTHE The Part Flow System makes it possible to observe the discharge visually for oil content, on older tankers with discharge below the waterline BTKK Constructed of non-combustible material BTNT Tank top BTOO loss of suction BTPM Air from stage one goes through discharge valves in stage one and through suction valves into stage two. In stage two it will be compressed to high pressure air. BTTW the applicant on board wishes to have a conversation with a person whose name is known BTVE 9 digits BUAI Before the tank is entered, lifeline, rescue harness and compressed air apparatus shall be ready at the relevant hatch. BUAK Once a year/18 months BUCX 30 L/nm BUDW Airway Breathing Circulation BUFM Plan for safety preparedness BUGD requesting an "automatic linetest" BUOO It confirms that a ship has been "carved" and allows the Ship's Register to be issued BUOR 16 times 0,17 SDR BURD Ensure adequate circulation in all conditions of steaming. BUWV 322753810 BVES Two BVJN VHF-channel 87 BVJQ Muster and embarkation stations shall be readily accessible from accommondation and work areas. BVKI Liquefied gases is defined as chemicals with vapour pressure above 2,8 bar absolute at 37,8oC BVQC 10 minutes BVTJ Yes, a ship can be detained on hygiene grounds, but it is more likely that after inspection the hygiene officer would call in other inspectors BWEG the nature of distress is unknown BWEI listen out on VHF channel 16 BWKE Excessive cooling water velocity BWKG As a safety net, for improved cleaning of the fuel oil BWLW 60?C BWSO Either of the mentioned alternatives. BWVB All those listed in the other alternatives BWWT 85 - 90 Centigrades. BXFY All personnel onboard (crew and passengers) must be registered to keep a track of number of people onboard. BXKD equipping of the survival craft BXPC As near as possible to the ship's manifold? BXUA Figure 1 BYAU By use of a float switch or differential pressure in the liquid receiver BYIN U.S.A BYKV A throughput of at least 400 litters a minute and a "throw" of 15 metres? BYKX Do nothing. BYKY On area A4 this function is based on the use of HF R/T BYMI Cinnamon BYMK 2187.5 and 2182 KHz BYSG at sea, outside territorial waters, and in a port or harbour BYSN Yes, on a form prescribed or approved by the Norwegian Maritime Directorate CABB Viscosity. CABE 2182KHz CABT All of the mentioned actions CADH Alarm, st.by start, slowdown. shutdown CAFE White or light grey to ensure all minor spills and leakages are noticed and dealt with. CAFG Where the ship has passenger spaces below the bulkhead deck CAGF Ahead is given by A on the figure CAGV Exhaust gas temperatures are higher than normal. CBAH As instructed by the helicopter pilot CBBT About 80 % CBEC Someone of at least school leaving age and less than 18 CBHK Search and Rescue radar transponder CBHQ Maximum 8 hours per day, or 40 hours per week CBJF once a month CBTH Walk to a smoking area inside the accomodation? CBUI Report to the chief officer or chief engineer. CBYE 12 h CCCT In ports only CCEH 200 cm CCML 6 times the hose diameter. CCNF Leave him in bed or request him to have some fresh air. CCOE Broken water seal. CCOF Emergency shut down. CCSF You set watch on channel 2182 KHz CDBN Solid, liquid and gases CDJY Provide a replaceable wear surface for the pump housing/impeller. CDRH Computer-aided maintenance CDVT Air from stage one goes through discharge valves in stage one and through suction valves into stage two. In stage two it will be compressed to high pressure air. CDWF A duly completed application with certificate etc. must be made to the public supervisory authorities as an endorsment/ qualification document CDWK Automatic gain control CEBM Too little gas in the system. CEHB AVR and speed governor CEIB 98 Centigrades. CEIC CO2 CEJU Because they wanted to make sure that the ship could be safely turned. CEME Ship owner has Document of Compliance issued, and vessel is assessed and holds all statutory certificates CEOV VHF and MF CEPQ Because a cook handles food and beverages and could easily be a spreader of viruses and infections. CETS For minimum 3 years CETX measured by the "dopler" shift in the signals CFBL Because he was married. CFBM All answers are goods CFDU Allow removal of the sensor also when liquid is flowing in the pipe. CFGH When manoeuvring? CFHB R(L) = R(s) CFOP Strainer in operating water low-pressure side is clogged. CFSA They will be closed if the ship get a damage on the ships hull, and taking in water. It will prevent the water to fill the whole deck. In case of fire they can also be used to stop the fire and smoke from diverge. CFWG A bolt in every hole CFXD They can bring any seafarer involved in an incident on the UK coast to court and provide evidence regarding the incident CFYN To obtain a proper sealing and correct distance between piston and cover in TDC position CGAH 1:4 CGAJ The smallest diameter piston is the stage two piston. CGDW F1B CGER a manually controlled lamp fitted on the inside CGON Report to bridge or duty officer, actuate the fire alarm, call the persons around the fire and join the fire squad CGUH Insulated on both sides with approved non-combustible material CGXS The clearance between the rocker arm and valve pushrod. CGXV He should be aware of the steel thickness of the valve CHHV Donning of fire protection clothing CHMA Stop discharge, inform USCG and Qualified Individual. CHNU A 2 stroke engine has an ignition every time the piston reaches its top position CHPK With this type of material the hatches should not be battened down. The fire can only be extinguished by using large quantities of water. CHQA doing a "linktest" CHQC a light plus a whistle CHRB Make it possible to retain most of the recovered oil in the primary slop tank, while cleaner part of the water will flow into the secondary slop tank, where it can be re-used as wash-water CHRU The speed should be less than 5 knots, normally 3 - 5 knots CHXS Safety shoes or safety boots CHYN adjust the threshold level for admitting signals and refusing noise CIAG All of the mentioned equipment. CIIO Chemical, physical or mechanical foams BOTI-CIUK
  • 4. CIMU 1.25 times the maximum working pressure CIPM All alarms are reengaged prior to switching to UMS-mode CIUK 1 year CIUL month CJLY the use of SART transponders CJNM Great circle CJNR the height of the antenna CJUB Deck cargo shall not block emergency exits or exits from accommodations or machinery spaces. CKAU One minute. CKAY 0.7 bar? CKBY Yes, the turning diameter will increase if I reduce speed CKFA Comparing input and output values against a documented standard CKHN 20 seconds or less CKHS 75 Kg CKIH it allows the wearer to jump from height of at least 4.5 m into the water without injury and without damaging the life-jacket CKII 48 hours CKLT MAYDAY CKPA Prevent excessive furnace heat losses CKPX In case of a bursting pipe, to avoid oil spray hitting adjacent hot surfaces or coming into machinery air intakes CKRM Periods not exceeding 3 months CKSH 15 compressions followed by 2 full ventilations. CKSJ Diamond and graphite. CLAV The water supply hoses contain internal wires that act as conductors CLIB Allow for increase in water volume CLNB are a fire hazard because they are liable to spontaneous combustion CLPR All of these. CLUS At least two sets of instruments to detect each type of gas expected to be encountered? CLUU Blow the boiler and renew water until the PH-value is normal again. CLWK 40 gr of each CLYV The master of a ship who coordinates on scene search and rescue operations CMET kkkk CMJB Not more than 10 minutes CMLL The Master CMOA For all vessels. CMTS all sea-areas (A1 to A4) CMWC Quay is given by A on the figure CMWH Port quarter is given by D on the figure CNLM They tend to contain heavy vapours inboard during cargo operations? CNNX A sink is always needed irrespective of the type of the dishwashing machine provided. CNOS Above the bulkhead deck CNQG only be given receipt when the ship is actually able to give assistance CNQH watertight, as far as possible,except for drain holes in the container bottom CNSU Diesel oil leakage to the lub oil system. COHG All the mentioned alternatives COHV To the Master COJV Vitamin C COKQ Immediate availability of water for at least one effective jet of water from any hydrant in an interior area CONY always passed on to a LUT COOQ the volume COVL The two gases is Freon 22 and carbon monoxide COYW all the answers are good CPAK Endeavour to hold the anchored/yawing vessel steady CPDR Any of the listed alternatives. CPEQ The difference between possible maximum and minimum measurement CPIY If any of the main registered particulars e.g. length were changed CPKJ ability to make weak stations audible CPLH Act 18 June 1971 relating to enrolment of employees on board ships. CPNV almost rectilinear CQDW The "Abandon ship" signal is not specified, only the general emergency alarm signal is stated CQHR The Norwegian Maritime Directorate CQUI Once every month CQXU Caps and cocks should be closed at all times, to prevent ingress of water into the engine room in case of tank bottom damage. CQYK Lenght overall is given by B on the figure CRBD all of the alternatives together CRBQ Smoke going out the stack CRCR is intended for radio traffic onboard of the own ship CRIL have permanent boarding arrangements on both sides to enable persons in the water to board the lifeboat CRQB Give the coating time to "weather out" the trapped solvents using good ventilation, and recover it's hardness again, prior loading the next cargo? CRQT Pressure to electric current converter. CRRP Check the ballast tanks for oil after the ballast tanks have been filled CRTJ Distress traffic, urgency traffic, safety traffic CRUE be made of fire-retardant material CSFC F1B CSGX nine digits, beginning by 6 CSOC MAYDAY RELAY CSOE To avoid the compressor-oil to disapper from the crankcase during starting. CTCN Separation with correct temperature and low flow rate. CTDH To prevent serious damages on main components. CTLR Use the rudder hard over both sides while reducing engine power, so-called "high frequency rudder cycling" CTTE Crankshaft CUAR To prevent freon condensing when the compressor is stopped. CUBK All the items mentioned CUCF Too fast CUCG On the fire control plans CUCJ R(S) =18 ohm CUFX 1.15 Ohms CUYC Floor space is usually more valuable than height. CVAP It should be avoided, unless the tank atmosphere is inerted. CVNA All the spaces mentioned CVOV A manually operated release system only CVTQ At least once a watch CVTV Serial adapter CVXD It satisfies the SOLAS requirements for ship safety CVXG Into the crankcase and mix with the lube oil. CVXY The bows of the ships will be pushed away from each other CVYY Method to measure alkalinity and acidity. CWBD The number of persons should be clearly stated on the outside of the boats bow. CWNW To improve the sealing surface between valve and seat during operation of the engine (compensate for the bending of the valve disc caused by combustion pressure) CWOQ As low as possible. CWTR Fire is easily spread in dust and trash and wet floors may cause different accidents. CWTT Radio Regulations CWVH Connect to the hydrant before lowering the machine into the tank. CWWY MCA, Lloyds Register, Bureau Veritas, Det Norske Veritas, American Bureau of Shipping, Germanischer Lloyd, Registro Italiano Navale CXDQ To prevent freon condensing when the compressor is stopped. CXSS Pushing on ship's flat side and make fast in the vessel for pulling if needed CXXR the identification of the vessel in distress and her position CYGF The atmosphere should be gas free and contain at least 21% oxygen. CYGG 95 Celsius CYHA Gravity disc is too small. Flow rate is too high CYJI Lubricate the piston rings. CYKL Cover all exposed parts of the body, protect the area, move people and if possible use a compartment with extraction fans: CYVA Floor space is usually more valuable than height. DABD the O.O.W deems it necessary DABI Mackerel DADR Heavy fuel oil leakage to the lub oil system. DADV To allow at least 3 hours of operation DAPI Seven or more short blasts followed by one long blast DAQE 2 DAVJ 1250 m3 DAYP 15 minutes DBBK 1 litre DBOR summoning of passengers and crew to muster stations with the alarm required DBRD By double blank flanges with a drain between them? DBSU Bollard is given by D on the figure DBUF 10% of the number of persons the liferaft is designed to carry, or two, whichever is the greatest DBWC Stop discharge. DBXA Stuffing box. DCAJ The dispersing additives in lubricating oil, break up the contaminants in even smaller particles and keep them in suspension DCJM Space protected by foam DCKH 3150 m3 per hour. DCLC Portable bridge between ship and shore. DCQB Starboard bow is given by A on the figure DCQC muster station DCQD To keep the valve in correct position and to maintain proper sealing. DCSL When you put rudder amidships, she will continue on a straight course DCSN Seafarers employed or engaged on board ship on the business of that ship as part of the ship's complement with designated safety or pollution duties DCVC uncompanded channels DCXP Open the flue gas isolating valve DDGB The installation shall include equipment for radiotelephone communication on distress frequencies in addition to working frequencies DDIQ 2 sec DDMT it has windows to admit sufficient daylight inside the lifeboat with the canopy closed DDNQ Use the "cleaning in place" arrangement to open the heat exchanger for visual inspection and manual cleaning. DDTI to exclusively receive MSI-reports meant for the NAVAREA where the vessel is DECL The diesel speed and excitation current. DECM Check the cargo tanks for water prior to loading DEJE 100 mm/water gauge. DENE To isolate the fuel source before extinguishing the flames on a gas fire DERP It is both a prevention and protection measure DEVQ A carbon dioxide (CO2) system DFCK There must always be one man on the ship's manifold, operating the manifold valve in order to avoid to much pressure raise in the tank. DFDI By muster lists exhibited in conspicuous places DFHM Proportional + integral (PI) DFLS FEC mode DFMI Glycerine is compatible with both of the other cargoes. DFPX Non-combustible material DFQS 21% oxygen by volume and 0% hydrocarbon of LEL. DFSN Carbon dioxide DFTX 45% of the total volume of the space DFXE Thermocouple sensor DFXG Figure 2. DFYB 25, 45, or 70 mm DFYE All the listed alternatives DFYJ until - 15°C DGGM All the mentioned alternatives. DGII Lower lifeboat to water DGKR Adjustable wrench DGLL Start with intermittent firing, using small firing periods and long intervals CIUL-DGRN
  • 5. gradually building up to longer firing periods and shorter intervals. DGRI 3 sets DGRL At all times DGRN A short circuit occurs between earth faults and the ventilation fan fuse blows DGTC Conductivity test. DGTV Two prolonged blasts on the whistle at intervals of not more than two minutes DGXC Clearing escape routes DGXD Lower explosive limit. DGXM Safety call DHIB Reject it? DHJB Trip/stop all nonessential loads that are connected to the switchboard DHKT summoning of passengers and crew to muster stations with the alarm required DHNG 1.44 MB DHPR Starboard quarter is given by C on the figure DHUV a painter attached to the release device and placed at the forward end of the boat DIEP Harness with a rope secured to a safe point on the ship. DIHC Aft part of the tank-deck DIKM To obtain a proper sealing and correct distance between piston and cover in TDC position. DIKP 1.5°C per hour after the first 0.5h immersion in calm water at a temperature of 5°C DIKR A transducer that converts a known electric current to a pressure proportional to the current. DJDA The ship's master DJDV The signal out from a thermocouple is mV,and can not be transferred over any longer distance without loss of voltage, giving a very bad accuracy. DJFM A thorough ventilation of the combustion chamber before the ignition takes place. DJGL 1,3 Bar. DJJP safety belts to be designed to hold a person of 100 kg securely in place with the lifeboat in a capsized position DJQG How to muster at the assigned stations DKKG A combination of hydrocarbons. DKQF Checking the moorings for tightness/slack. DKWV The entering permit shall be based on the check-list for gas freeing and check-list for equipment and preparedness. DKXP Survival craft distress pyrotechnic signals DLCB Radiotelex and DSC - Frequency shift keying of carrier with error correction DLDN A unit composed of trained personnel suitable equipped for expeditious search and rescue operations. DLGB FleetNET DLGY 70 DLJM Every 5 years DLNN The same as suction pressure. DLVY Very large crude carrier. DMDI A 60 DMFA On the fire control plans DMGW Multistage centrifugal. DMKV A receipt issued by the Chief Officer, stating quantity and condition of goods loaded onboard? DMUE SART transponder DMVB skates and fenders to facilitate launching down the side of a ship DNJE 8 hours DNKB They are liable to spontaneous combustion. DNLN It will try to reduce the deviation between set-point and process value DNNI We are controlling the process inlet side DNOC The main supply valves in the deck storage are closed prior to switching to UMS-mode DNSL Weekly DNSN 2912 hours DOAB 8364 kHz DOBR 3 DOBS Weather on-scene. DODH Reduce speed and use soot blowers if some are fitted DOFY The location and capacity of all fuel and cargo tanks on the vessel DOGT At least four sets DOHO Call the bridge and request for position and permission to discharge overboard through oilywater separating and filtering equipment. DOKA one boat-hook DOOF 15 m DOOU immersion suit DOPY Yes, all crew must be able to communicate on the language spoken by the majority of the passengers, or demands set by the company. DOTF Emergency lighting DOWR One for each person on board who is not provided with an immersion suit DPAO Sinkage is the change in draft a vessel obtains when moving through the water. DPEX always allowed DPHL Name of every crew member, reference number, name of last ship, home address, next of kin, date of signing agreement, date of discharge DPMI Density, viscosity, flow rate, temperature, gravity disc diameter DPOW At all times when identified as a control method with risk assessment DPWH Nitro glycerine tablets. DPYV when its area is of 4m? or more DQAI Radiotelephony - Single sideband suppressed carrier DQEU LUT DQIC For personnel assigned to shipboard duties. DQKN In emergency generators DQSB It will move aft as the ship slows down DQUJ Stop the separator and drain the water from the tank DQUN 1 member DQUP When the boiler is firing on high rate. DQVH 4-20mA/3-15 PSI DQVN A period not exceeding 48 months DQWG Discharge the washing to shore reception facilities only? DRIU The temperature is equal to or over the flash point DRKO Change the lube oil. DRKP 8,3 - 9. DRMB The appointed lifeboat commander DRMV 1100 DRVC the use of HF DSC and INMARSAT C SAFETYNET DRYM Any of the others. DSIQ Direction B DSIY Pilotage is compulsory and the pilot is only the master's advisor DSPL Radiotelephony - Single sideband full carrier DSVC Ensure all doors are in closed position. DSYM 7 DTBA Three years after the last note was made DTBG Figure 2 DTEH To store quantities of oil at working pressure on the discharge side of a pump and smooth out any pressure fluctuations. DTHW Fixed known objects on the shore DTIR Notify Master, Deck officer and engineer in charge.The loop for this special sensor to be switched off and take normal precautions for hot work. DTRU FEC DTSU Separation with correct temperature and low flow rate. DUAG Pressure-relive valve setting should not be less than 0.2 bar for gravity tanks. DVGA Faulty governor. DVHQ At least once every month by a responsible officer and once every year by an expert? DVUW Three hours DWBT Insufficient amount of bowl closing water DWFA The three international conventions that cover the shipping trade is SOLAS 74/78, STCW 78/95 and MARPOL 73/78 DWGW Steel or stainless steel. DWKU Use protective equipment where necessary. DWOF Capillary tube DWPW Yes, all kind of food waste can be dumped overboard DWRP Rotterdam, the Netherlands DWYY Lower lifeboat to water DXBP Fixed CO2 fire-extinguisher system DXLK Easy accessible by the gangway DXND is within radio traffic range of at least one VHF- coast station where continuous DSC-alerting is available DXRL it allows the wearer to jump from any height without injury and without damaging the lifejacket DXUT Once every month DYBF Remove any oil or scum on water surface DYCH 10 minutes DYHB S-Band Radar. DYHH 200 gr DYIY To by-pass, adjust and isolate all machinery that is to be worked on under his supervision. DYLL All Stations - This is "SAINT-ROMAIN" DYOS unknown DYSA The types of compressors are piston, screw or centrifugal type EAAC arrangements for providing an adequate view forward, aft, and to both sides EAHL 20 metres EAKC All working spaces accessible by the crew EATY From the condenser. EAUS A contract between Master/Owner and Shipper for transportation of goods? EAWN is fitted with a light and a whistle EAXB a possibility to receive MSI EBAU It is the number of revolutions, and the one used on the cargo is oil-free EBAV We use inert gas to purge out cargo vapour and have a neutral atmosphere in cargo tanks and spaces EBLR Have one slack tank as last tank EBOE The blower air inlet EBOX 1) 5 tons 2) 5 tons EBPS In case of accidents, it is important that a wide range of personnel must be permitted and trained to operate the pump. EBRI Cargo holds and engine rooms EBWH Freeboard is given by B on the figure ECAT The speed of the shock wave created by the initial combustion ECHF Passenger ships, ro-ro's, bulk carriers, ships which may present a special hazard ships which have had several recent deficiencies and ships flying the flag of a state appearing in the 3-year rolling average table of delays and detentions ECKQ Sugar lump, sugar drink or something sweet. ECLL Safe working load ECMI Bi-stable flip-flop ECOS + 4° C ECSD The meteorological station connected with the CES used ECSV immersion suit ECTR Cut it with the safety knife stowed on the exterior of the canopy close to the painter attachment point EDCE Making the crane jib move from side to side. EDFH must not be passed on EDHG No. More readings should be taken and sediments, sludge and residue should be removed at least 10 m from working site. EDKO On the cargo tank area all time? EDPP automatically comparing the message earlier received ones EDRB Because certain types of dry powder can cause breakdown of a foam blanket EDWG Centrifugal force EDXV 1620 Mt EEAM Ensure all doors are in closed position. EEBG 3 litres EECD He is asking about the position of the chain EECH Not allow the clothes to be hung anywhere in the unmanned machinery spaces. EEDP All the answers are good EEFI Merchant Ship Search and Rescue Manual. DGTC-EFBE
  • 6. EEHC Go to your lifeboat station (muster station). EEYR Raise the feed water temperature. EFAD To lubricate and cool the engine. EFBE a license EFFH also after 1 February 1999 EFHP No, only those listed in the Seamen's Act as dereliction of duty. EFHR The deck officer of the highest rank present EFOM To respond to oil pollution and take appropriate action as may be necessary EFRB Three months. EFRC Stop the bunkering until safe communications are established EFVH geostationary orbits EGBB In the muster list. EGCP VI EGHM The deck log book EGNI Risk of deposits on heat transmitting surfaces. EGNN all of the above-mentioned EGOG In and outlet temperatures, and flow rates for both media EGSU the use of VHF DSC EHEB Exhaust valve EHLP Herring EHMQ Daily EHNJ 4 - 5° C EHQX two boat-hooks EHVA Valve in the outlet line partly closed. EHWT The use of devices for protection in launching areas EICL Make sure that the compartment has been evacuated EIGQ 2 EIHP Centrifugal separator. EIQQ The way to board, launch and clear the survival craft and rescue boats EIXM At all times EJAA In suitable lockers easily accessible, yet segregated from the living spaces themselves? EJAR + 18.5 bar EJBR The stevedore superintendent? EJCH Turned at intervals of not more than 30 months and renewed every 5 years EJJC 1 year EJLQ As a safety net, for improved cleaning of the fuel oil EJQO burn with a bright orange colour EJYA Temperature-control EKAR Sweep holds clean first and lift out solid residues manually prior washing. After washing again lift out remaining wet residues after carefully stripping out only the accumulated water? EKCB Radiotelephony - Frequency modulation EKEX Nine digits, beginning with a four (4). EKLM 4 EKLO 1.5 litre EKTV The vessel anchoring assumes responsibility EKUL Liquid at high pressure. EKUQ Leave the engine room immediately. EKWG Line throwing appliance EKXF Between 3% and 6% EKYY 75° C ELDW There are three main reliquefaction systems, Direct cooling one to three stage, direct cascade cooling and indirect cooling ELER Maximum allowed Oxygen content in the inert gas on gas carriers is 5% by volume. ELOQ Leakages from seawater coolers ELOW 10 minutes ELPL Differentiator ELPO Anchor watch responsibility rests with both vessels, each with its own watch ELQP Because that was the safest passage considering the ship's draft. ELTY Milk ELUK One fire hose forward and aft of the manifold, and portable fire extinguisher near to ships manifold? ELVJ GMDSS ELXB the use of HF DSC and INMARSAT C SAFETYNET EMBD To remove the oxygen and by that avoid a chemical reaction. EMIR With the pointer of the synchronoscope at 0° (12 O'clock) and both synchronizing lamps dark (off) EMKK The Flag State language with copies in English or French EMKL tools for minor adjustments to the engine EMLN preparation and launching of the survival craft EMMF Yes, by putting the rudder hard stb. it will shield waterflow to the stb. side of the propeller and vice versa to port, this will effect turning of the ship EMON 220 liter EMRE Lifejacket ENBF Obtain permission from charters and note procedures in oil record book and deck log ENCD Have the engine ready for immediate manoeuvre and adjust speed for safe navigation ENCX 12 - 16 times per minute ENGE At all times ENHX The pressure switch has contact(s) that will change between open and closed position.The pressure transmitter converts a pressure signal into an electric signal. ENIY Drainage/waste from toilets/urinals. ENJG By visual and audible signal at the control panel and indicating units ENJT Every 12 months. ENLD 500 kHz, 2182 kHz and 156.8 MHz ENMD 2275300 EOBE 15 percent. EOBS 3.5 - 3.9 % EOCW To avoid unexpected oilspill EODR Astern is defined as D on the figure EOEQ Periodical survey every 12 months EONQ How to recover survival craft and rescue boats including stowage and securing EORC 98 % EOXS All alternatives EOYL Secured via a weak link to a secure part of a ship EPAE a searchlight which can work continuously for not less than 3 hours EPBT Sugar EPEH number of vibrations per unit of time EPEJ Passenger ship initial surveys, Initial surveys of a Certificate of Fitness or International Noxious Liquid Substances Certificate and initial surveys for SEC or IOPP, and all radio surveys. EPFC TX: 2189.5 kHzRX: 2177.0 kHz EPIM location of embarkation ladder EPUE Design temperature on the cargo containment system on a LPG/LEG carrier are -103oC EPWO Reserve accumulator battery for two hours normal use to be provided EPXN Put the plates in water with qualified cleaning chemicals, and use soft brush, or high pressure cleaner with care. EQAW Goggles and shield. EQBV 2 EQLQ The load that can be safely lifted during normal working conditions. EQPD LIC EQRN 2.0 bar EQRQ A ship with a length to beam ratio less than 5.5 EQTB 2 valves EQTD Liferafts intended for throw-overboard launching shall be stowed amidships secured to means for transfer to either side EQYE warning the passenger ERAT Foam. ERIM Increase. ERJE On the main beam ERLQ At least four sets or more depending on the type and the size of the vessel ERNF Leather safety boots and gloves ERXD Yes, showing how it has been calculated and with possible deductions. ERXJ To ensure that we do not have any water assembly in the cylinders when the compressor start. ESCJ Sufficiently manned with officers and crew to permit safe handling of vessel ESCK no fault - hard earth - light earth ESEA Clean the system and change the oil. ESFO The input impedance is made much larger than the output impedance ESGN feet ESHH two buoyant rescue quoits with buoyant line ESIY Call immediately the person in charge. ESOT distress alerting ESOV a book of directions for search and rescue at sea ESPO at any moment before the ship proceeds to sea ESUM All valves on the delivery side and adjust the propellant pressure. ETBH Varying the excitation field strength by regulating excitation voltage/current ETES When coming up with another vessel from a direction more than 22.5 degrees abaft her beam ETJY LEL is lower explosive limit ETKK Because if we don`t clean it will influence safety, economy, our own well- being and maintenance. ETLE Different products to be placed on separated and labelled shelves. ETMC Section 32 ETSY nine digits, beginning by 3 ETTX F1B ETXE 5 V and 12 V ETYX Initially rise, then reset to the set value. EUCH On area A3 and A4 this function is based on the use of SARSAT COSPAS Epirb EUDT Initial and intermediate EUDV Once every month EUTX Raise the governor speed controller of the incoming alternator and reduce the governor speed controller of the alternator already on the switchboard EUUN 0.7 bar? EUUQ Ohmmeter EUWE 1 EUXV He will find new brake bands in the engine store EVNS mV. EVNT Reduce the sea echoes. EVRY As stated in the COW manual EVVG an efficient radar reflector EWBA The condition shall be noted and plans for further actions developed. EWHS When the tank has been satisfactory cleaned there shall be a 24 hour quarantine. Ventilation to be stopped and gas levels measured every second hour. EWIQ 24h after their embarkation EWKF The process will oscillate and get out of control EWMY Shut off the starting air supply and open the indicator cocks EWPK Dry running of the pump, high temperature of the contents and various flowrate. EWPL 70° C EWRW 30 minutes EWUJ exclusively past to a ground-station between 70 degrees N and 70 degrees S EWUL lifebuoy with light EWVA He shall ensure obedience by the use of force if he finds it necessary, but not use harsher means than the circumstances make necessary. EXCO 122700 EXDR the time of transmission EXEG Wheeled fire extinguisher EXGV A combination of ullage soundings and readings from the remote gauges EXHS Switch the UMS selector switch to manual mode and engage the "dead man alarm" EXIL The plan must show where to clean every day and where/when periodically cleaning should be done. EYCQ Close them to prevent the spread of fire, and allow the extinguishant to be released without time wasting. EYFY That correct temperature and washing products are chosen for the linen to be EFFH-EYKA
  • 7. washed. EYJD To connect the ship fire main to the shore lines EYJG only with the master EYKA Solid combustibles EYMK In Part 16. EYSQ F1B FATM Not to damage the rotor blades FAUG Pushing, made fast in the vessel FAVA Use the opportunity to plot direction and rate of drift for later use FBBB Leave the engine room as quickly as possible, closing all doors behind you. FBNL Seven digits beginning with a one (1). FBSH Inspect/measure all areas surronding loaded tanks for leakage. Result to be recorded in the deck log book. FBUX lifebuoy with light and smoke FBVA Muster station FCFD 10 000 000 Ohms FCGX Bourdon Tube manometer FCHS Circuit breaker operating time FCHU 70 % of MCR FCIN The IMO at London and the ITU at Geneva FCJC Because we need old ships in good condition to meet the world's demand for transportation. FCNJ Act according to instruction given in the fire plan. FCQY TX: 2187.5 kHzRX: 2187.5 kHz FCWR The fire is extinguished by avoiding the contact between the fuel vapours and the oxygen FDAX Heat detector FDBR 200 gr FDCL Electric Contact manometer FDCQ Foam release station FDHM to neutralize the sulfur and get a lubricating oil film between piston rings and liner FDOF nothing or a special characters will be printed FDYB Paint store FECM 6 knots for 24 hours FEIA A hearing shall be held before a committee on board. FEPX The ship's cow manual and ejector's performance curves. FEUP not less than 400 mm FEWC the amount of ionisation FEWH 25 nautical miles off the coast FEWL Tarragon FFBP The should be blown completely dry by the use of air or nitrogen and then blanked. FFFR 121,3 MHz and/or 243,0 MHz FFMF Interface towards center. FFRC Complete 15 compressions at the rate of 80 compressions per minute FFSG Keep the floors and decks free from fat and grease. FFSU Immediately notify the captain so he can notify the proper authorities, so the pollution can be dealt with by professionals FFTA Cross flooding arrangement FFTU An explosion-proof, self-contained, battery-fed lamp FFYR alerting FFYS the ship's radio log FGBH Rapid recovery shall be possible with the boat's full complement of persons and equipment. FGCY All these methods can be adopted FGEQ All the mentioned alternatives FGKN To prevent the water from freezing. FGOP Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation. FGPT the date when the battery must be replaced FGRB PAN PAN (3x) FGSD a rustproof graduated drinking vessel FGVB Lye, metasilicate and soda ash. FGVG Inter-ship channel FGWA to both passengers and cargo ships? Yes. FGXW Near to the deck, crawl out keeping your face as near to the deck as possible FHGM The deck for the lifeboats. FHIQ Lights as per rules regulated by the shape and total length of the towing FHJO Increased turbocharger revolutions FHKJ Load line certificate FHLB There must be a complete interchangeability of hose couplings and nozzles FHUH Alkaline detergent (strong). FHVL Black FIAI Yes FIBF Ball bearings on the pump shaft, and wear rings on pump housing or impeller. FIEJ Turbocharger FIIP List and trim correction tables. FIJH He has a special a special role as company agent FIKI In the Act relating to the enrolment of employees onboard ships. FILE All the items mentioned FIPC lifebuoy with light and smoke FIRA The engine shall be provided with an electric power starting system with rechargeable energy batteries FISU By immersing them in buckets with oil and water. FIUL All of the above FJAH 15 PPM FJGX All alternatives FJHV The Act relating to holydays and Regulations relating to holydays for employees on ships. FJPB First aspect confirm death. Notify company, and make arrangements for notification of next-of-kin. Arrange to have body moved to freezer area. Notify local agents and British Consul when abroad. Complete Births and Deaths section of Official Log book. Ma FJPC No - his certificate is not valid FKAB IMO FKBR Raise the water level a couple of inches above normal FKCQ Romeo, Alpha, Delta, India, Oscar FKDL Air leaks on suction side FKPY Intermittent signals by the ship's alarm bells. FKQQ The name of the person in charge of the transfer operation FKRO One bolt in every hole FKRP Henry FKSJ Prevent manual synchronising outside permitted limits FKUA 4 FLBS Poor cylinder condition - blow by -including leaking exhaust valves. FLCN Maximum is 30 litre pr nautical mile and total is 1/30000 part of full cargo on the ballast voyage. FLDH Yes, all crew must be able to communicate on the language spoken by the majority of the passengers, or demands set by the company. FLMJ The foam should be aimed at the bulkhead behind the fire and allowed to spread out slowly over the fire. FLPT Within 24 hrs FLPV To avoid damage and miscolouring of different types of fabric when washing. FMAT Inhibitor name, concentration of inhibitor, duration of effectiveness of inhibitor, expected duration of sea voyage, temperature limitation qualifying the lifetime of the inhibitor and number of cargo tanks inhibited FMKT Dual purpose (jet/spray) type incorporating a shutoff FMOV The ITU List of Ship Stations FNCM Training in lifeboat handling. FNEV Regulating freon liquid flow to the evaporator. FNIF 9 FNIY yes, with the MF/HF-radio telex FNMI By reports prepared by the master/employer. FNPN 3731101234567# FNYB It is possible since the ballasted vessel stops faster than the loaded vessel FOBJ To avoid the compressor-oil to disappear from the crankcase during starting. FOEV May FOGO Proves the name of the owners of shares in the ship and nationality FOJV Ports in exposed position shall be closed and properly battened before the ship leaves the quay or berth. FOJW An unofficial translation of "Den norske skipskontrolls regeler" leaving out some provisions, such as speed limits, relating to local Norwegian waters. (The authorised Norwegian original applies in cases of discrepancies etc.); FOPP 20 seconds or less FOUN Insuline. FOVI Lower the load FOXW Start engine FOYQ Approx. 18 Days FPJV Foam. FPRB You are running into danger FPRD Lack of oxygen? FPSU No - their role is purely investigatory to establish the facts -not to apportion blame FPUN to stop fuel oil from getting back from the HP fuelpipes between the pump strokes. FPUO with the exception of the areas A1 and A2 within the range of a geostationary satellite of Inmarsat in which an uninterupted alerting is possible FPVH Manual operated release system only FPWB Emergency fire pump? FPYN Radiotelephony - Frequency modulation FQDR Improve the scaling surface function, increase the service time of the exhaust valve in the engine. FQEL Broken water seal. FQJO Conductivity test. FQLG Figure 4 is correct. FQMB Making the crane jib move up and down. FQQX direct access to the navigating bridge FQUL lifeboat FQVB Wait until the coast-station calls again FQVC after ga+ the radio telex-command msg+? FQWV Radiotelephony - Single sideband suppressed carrier FQYJ at least 50 % of N (*) FRFG you must check the date that the battery must be replaced FRGX thermal protective aids for the number of persons the liferaft is permitted to accommodate FRGY Course, speed and risk of collision. FRKD Heavy seas from behind. FRKL A leak of exhaust gases from boiler or diesel engines. FROO 14 FRQV Best use of the survival craft facilities in order to survive. FRTI all of the above FRYG Take action to start the process to solve the situation, but do it diplomatically. FSBA Changing of filter element would not interrupt the engine operation. FSFA MAYDAY RELAY (3x) FSGQ MF FSIL All the mentioned alternatives? FSPX It is the seawater temperature and the purity of the vapour that gives the condensation pressure FSYD Prevent biological growth FTAV Crane No.1 FTAX Protect the SCR against damage caused by high voltage spikes FTEC Emergency generator? FTFD always simplex FTGS Not less than half the total number of lifebuoys shall be provided with self- ignition lights. FTLQ automatically repeated after 3 and a half to 4 and a half minutes FTYA Every month FUBR RF-Gain FUKP Not less than 10000 kJ FULL By using a liquid receiver on the vapour line between the cargo tank and the compressor FULO The Health & Safety at Work Regulations (1997) FUOG Signals for vessels restricted in their ability to manoeuvre EYMK-FUWK
  • 8. FUPY Cast off the rope. FUSE The team is applying water and the temperature is decreasing FUVP A search inside the crankcase for tools and rags. FUWK A pharmacy authorised to do so or if no such pharmacy is available, the master and an approved seamen's doctor FVJY Pump will overheat FVOQ a manual pump for effective bailing FVYA On a time sheet arranged by the Norwegian Maritime Directorate FWEU To relieve excessive high pressure in the cylinder to protect the engine from being damaged FWFP Water extinguisher. FWHC Incomer picks up as a generator FWTR The master checks all the relevant documentation is valid and in date. He completes the seaman's details in section ALC 1a, ALC 1b or ALC 1c as appropriate. The seaman signs in section a) of the signature of seaman section of the appropriate ALC form. FWVK One for each person on board who is not provided with an immersion suit FWVL Remove the toggle which will release the painter FXAI Ionization type FXAK 30 minutes FXCG The visible smoke that is a result of combustion FXDX When you apply the rudder, she will continue to turn when the rudder is put amidship, and may even increase the rate of turn FXGK receipt of a distress alert FXIA 0.2 Bar FXIY A SAR coordinating centre FXTT Every 12 months FXYN For cooling and to maintain correct viscosity on the fuel when injected FXYP A vessel, other than a rescue unit, designated to co-ordinate surface search and rescue operations within a specified area. FYAL Longer FYCV Climatic condition check list. FYKG Injection valve opening pressure is too low. FYNQ Ensuring that all persons avoid smoking in bed. FYRU The gas is harmful when the consentration is 5 parts per million or more. FYXS 14 hours a day FYYN The Norwegian Consular Court concerned. GAAK when technical problems are experienced with the Inmarsat-terminal GAPO It is important that the rotation direction is correct to avoid dry running. GAPQ Water GAQH Once a week. GAQJ Keep steady course. GATR Differentiating GATX a binnacle containing an efficient compass GBCC solid, liquids and gases GBHB muster station GBHD It is visible for a shorter time than a fuel oil spill GBIW Stop loading GBNA the use of SART transponders GBOK A, B, D GBPL The vessel's bow is pushed away from the nearest bank GBQH Not re-measured, but re-registered GCCD Before hot work or welding in tanks is started, a complete set of duly signed check lists and certificates shall be provided. GCDS Quantity of ballast discharged from segregated ballast tanks GCDV Figure 3. GCEQ Three years GCFL a MF radio telephony installation GCGE Toxic gases GCLI 8 hours GCOU ….. GCRA he SOLAS convention GCSV ESD is Emergency Shut Down and the release buttons are located different places onboard GDCT To all seafarers. GDDY Pressure diaphragm GDFK Turning the plunger piston according to engine load. GDHA Full astern and drop the anchor GDHX Sent to RSS within 48 hours of closure GDJK Radiotelex and DSC - Frequency shift keying of carrier with error correction GDNR Measuring distance from cargo level to ullage point GDQB Sufficant, but minimum 3 complete sets. GDRC A water pad should be maintained during loading, transit and discharging. In addition a inert gas pad should be maintained during transit. GDRY The minimum temperature at which a combustible gives off vapours that may burn in contact with oxygen in air, and at which combustion persists once the source of ignition has been removed GEDQ Every three months. Details of test with signatures of Master and witness GEFB 8 MHz band GEGA urgency GELU Propylene oxide may not be stowed in a tank adjacent to butyric acid. GEPB 1000 000 Hz GERS J3E GESH The master. GEYG Start slowly and closely monitor to ensure that discharging is actually taking place in order to avoid overflow. When the level is below 98% the tank overfill alarm must be reset. GFAW Codes, MSC resolutions etc which are implemented in the regulations and which are expressly mentioned. GFLQ Made of material resistant to the different liquids to be stowed and also well ventilated? GFLW A relief valve. GFPU The wheels of hatchcover No. 7 came out off their tracks GFPV In two separate rooms outside the engine room space. GFPW 16 GFQX On all international voyages (except on short voyages) all lifejackets shall be fitted with a light and a smoke signal GFRW To receive information about ships in the vicinity. GFSP Prepare it immediately before serving. GFUA The current and wind are holding the vessel back. GGUQ semi-duplex GHAV Training in lifeboat handling. GHAX Sometimes it is necessary to facilitate overhauling. GHFP 80 % of the Inert gas generator's capacity. GHFX Incondensible vapour in the cargo and shortage of refrigeration. GHGM during manoeuvre and manoeuvre speed condition (arrival and departure) GHHH In chapter IV GHKS Small. GHLS 227530000 GHND They automatically prevent any gap between the ship side and the lifeboat at the first stage of its launching GHOT the test function on the SART GHQV Qualified Individual GHUM Yes. GHYD Either of the Sen.Off.Deck if he feels the situation is heading out of control due to bad weather, bad manoeuvring, or for any other reason. GHYX Whenever the gangway is rigged. GIDF Physically smaller for the same capacity. GIGG The International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping of Seafarers GIHI Safetynet GIRD No fixed extinguishing systems are generally required for any other spaces protected according to this method GITV To ensure that the proper residuals of treatment chemicals, as specified, are maintained at all times GJCX 518kHz GJHG 15 ppm GJKN Cooling, smothering and dispersion GJSR He is supposed to paint the evaporator and use a brush to apply the paint GJVG Carbon monoxide, nitrogen dioxide, nitric oxide, sulfur dioxide? GKDT Piston GKHF It is the Certificate of Fitness that is issued in accordance with the IGC code GKLC The place of welding-work to be cleaned and all unnecessary objects to be removed. GKOR Important due to different material and working conditions GKPK As soon as possible determine how the ship is drifting to establish if there is any danger GKPM Activate the nearest fire alarm button and advise bridge of the location of the fire. GKQH Set the engine to dead slow ahead, and change the course 10 degrees to port GKRE Navigational warning. GKVI the use of MF and/or VHF R/T GKXR a tiller permanently linked to the rudder or removable if the lifeboat has a remote steering mechanism GKYL Take a visual search of the sea around the ship GLIP A keeps out of the way of B GLJK Threshold Limit Value. GLJL The pressure drop across the filter. GLKF Strain gauge GLKG Two sets or more depending on the type and the size of the vessel GLKH 4 GLLG 5 GLRY PAN PAN GLWT Same number as beds in the cabin GLYL Crosshead GMHS Get out of the engine room as soon as possible. GMIR All the mentioned alternatives. GMJM Correct water level is obtained by refilling the cooling system, and the entire system is checked for leakages GMLA AND GMOE They reduce the surface tension of water GMOK Collect rain water GMQY lifebuoy with line GMUY Yes GMVY 1.5 times designed working pressure, but not more than two-fifts of it`s bursting pressure. GNDL All the mentioned alternatives. GNEL the use of VHF DSC GNGS As per Builders' specification? GNHN 12th day, 1310 hours UTC GNXL No, as only the output from the barrier is intrinsically safe this is not allowed. GOCO Notify as soon as you have knowledge of any spill, or threat of a spill GOYB Make sure your vessel + crew are safe and then offer your assistance to the other vessel GPAT It is centrifugal pumps that is normally used on gas carriers GPGQ Crew accommodation and provisions and water must be inspected on a weekly basis GPLP Gas levels measured in tanks where work is to be carried out. GPMK Lubricating oil pressure is too low. GPPA 10000 ppm. GPPO By double blank flanges with a drain between them? GPPW Any of the alternatives. GPQR Connect the firelines ship/shore GPRM 8 MHz GQAU That all the valves on the delivery side are open before starting. GQJB A vessel of more than 50m in length engaged in pushing a barge/barges ahead GQPU Venting of the tank must be carried out after cargo discharge to ensure removal of any cargo which may have been absorbed into the coating system. GQQR Find out from officers and crew who have been in connection with the collision, what they have seen, so that detailed and complete description of the sequence of events can be entered in the log-book. GQSB 16 FVJY - GRLM
  • 9. GQTU We are allowed to gas up LPG on inert gas if the charterer do not instruct the vessel to use nitrogen GRDU Correct donning of life-jackets. GRHB the closed-type feed-water system GRLM Personnel working in regulated areas must use respirators GRPI Can identify small targets GRPO telephone signals in the same frequency band are generally weaker than DSC signals GRTS Bowl opens unintentionally during operation. GRWD Not necessary, he shall use all available resources. He should resist the temtation to step in and do it all by himself GSCW 38205 GSCY I am in distress and require assistance GSDT The master. GSES 30 m GSFP maximum permitted height of stowage above waterline GSQL completely watertight GSWB position of the aerial GSWF Oil Transfer Procedure manual GSXA Separation of water and oil. GTDU Norwegian law unless otherwise provided in or pursuant to a statue? GTGB 30 minutes GTJJ Yes, you must attend to a course held by certified personnel, and then be certified by national authorities (NMD, USCG, etc) GTJL The company has to ensure that an agreement is always confirmed in writing GTQE 4 times the outer diameter of the lifebuoy GTRA Intrinsically safe. GTSU No, glass bottles can not be dumped overboard GTTS Contain any oil-spill onboard the ship GTVX Blow the boiler and renew water until the PH-value is normal again. GTWA 0,2 Bar GTWW Overhaul the compressor unit. GUGU We are allowed to gas up LPG on inert gas if the charterer do not instruct the vessel to use nitrogen GUNK 90 air-changes. GUNQ The gudgeon pin, big end-, or main bearing clearances is too large. GUNS Air, Breathing, Circulation. GUON Portable bridge between ship and shore. GUPA As specified in the vessel' s Planned Maintenance System, (Ref. Makers Instruction). GVGW Dry ice GVIO Push the hook through the skin until the barb protrudes, then cut the hook between the barb and the skin and gently withdraw the hook. GVIP Charterers requirement in this example. GVKX 30 minutes GVRS shut off the oil flow if the flames goes out GVVC is fixed by manufacturer GVWW give relevant instructions and warnings GVYK BLEVE GWDJ By control of liquid flow GWGP In a secure and sheltered position and protected from damage by fire or explosion GWID EPIRB GWKU Remove the toggle which will release the painter GWMN Sierra, Charlie, Hotel, India, Papa GWNI A glogged bilge strainer GXAX Yes it is. GXFW one daylight signalling mirror GXLQ The inlet- and exhaust valve tappet clearance is off adjustment. GXNG Information about the ships fire preparedness do we find in the alarm instruction GXRD Approximately 5 metres GXXF 7 GXYD The fishing vessel keeps out of the way of the power driven vessel restricted in her ability to manoeuvre GYAW We can trim the ship by stern as much as possible. This will most likely change the direction and rate of drift GYBP Throttling the delivery valve, adjust the RPM, by-pass. GYLM Monkey wrench GYMI They have responsibility for setting, monitoring and enforcing standards of safety and pollution prevention on vessels flying the countries flag GYQI 300 PPM. GYVK Gas may enter, but even if an explosion takes place the fittings is so strong that the explosion will be contained within it and will not be blow out? GYVO Loss of alkalinity, corrosion of boiler metal surfaces, and loss of phosphate reserve in the boiler. GYVQ One prolonged, one short, one prolonged and one short blast GYVS Camshaft HACL Equipment for detecting flammable vapours. HADH To minimise oil losses and prevent the sludge getting too hard HAEF Seawater HAFF Check in appendix 2 of MGN 1 HAJA That a secondary auxiliary set is switched to automatic standby mode HANH On the motherboard HANI Stop the engine immediately and keep the luboil pump running for at least 20 minutes before opening the crankcase? HAPC It shall be cleaned daily and oiled and inspected regularly. HAQP By pumping test of each bilge before loading? HARO 22 A HARQ Radiotelephony - Single sideband full carrier HAUF This is firezones which can be divided from eachother with firedoors. If a fire start in one zone, all firedoors in front and aft of the fire will be closed from the bridge to stop the smoke and fire from spreading. HAWM Once every month HAYE Alkaline cleaner. HAYG on board communications (intra-ship traffic) HBGO Passenger ships carrying more than 36 passengers HBJX Alarm the rescue centre and commence searching for any survivors HBOC Figure 1 HBQV Yes, if the seafrers demands it HCAT A sticking start air valve. HCBI A fixed sprinkler system at the cargo manifold HCBO All of the mentioned HCCJ 12MHz HCMG Part ALC 1d of the crew agreement, giving details of specific terms and conditions for seafarers HCQM The emergency generators HDAT Increased. HDBM Wash thoroughly and hang up for drying. HDCJ one whistle or equivalent HDFT Section 3. HDJV It could be any of the alternatives listed. HDKP Not less than 10000 kJ HDOT 38 HDPT Every three months HDQQ Rescue boat HDSW 1st February 1999 HDTU Smoke and increased pressure in the crankcase of the engine. HDVM Type of oil or gas chemicals having been carried in the actual tank and the adjacent tanks. HDXC Leave a "cushion"of water in the sloptank, to minimize the risk of polluting the sea HDXU So that no part of any corridor is more than 20m away from any manually operated call point HDYY It will always be a deviation between the set-point and the process value HEBH all alternatives HEOT Applying 12 - 15% nitric acid on tank surfaces, either with a brush or spray; then washing off after 10 - 20 minutes using copious amounts of fresh water? HEVD Figure 2 is correct. HEWF Removing trash, dusting and light cleaning in cabins, messrooms and WC. HFLB On the fire control plans HFLG Full power on the forward tug, reduce on the aft tug while checking the gyro HFMT the painter HFNQ The master. HFPI At least one HFQD the use of HF DSC and SARSAT COSPAS Epirbs HFQI Secure hatches HFRA Fasten seat belts HFSQ It keeps the boat alongside the embarkation deck so that the tricing pennants can be released HFXU Hydrochloric acid and citric acid. HFXV This is not correct, inter-ship has to be intra-ship HFYQ assembling passengers at muster station HGCY Serious emergency - all vessels to stop or divert according to instructions HGDT Inerted to less than 8% oxygen(IMO). HGEO Not at temperatures used for pre-heating HGGE Stop bunkering, and establish facts, before bunkering is resumed HGGY Open the tank, provide adequate ventilation/lighting, test oxygen content, have someone standing by with rescue equipment, complete a tank entry permit then commence work. HGHB Cooling water spaces insufficiently vented. HGHY The change needed in the input signal to produce a change in the output signal. HGKK At least one hose for each 30 meter length of ship plus one spare HGLB Leather safety boots and gloves HGNW Marine Officers of the MCA HGOM The ITU List of Ship Stations HHBW The pump is not primed. HHCO Yes, the ship usually steers better if trimmed by the stern HHDN Pork HHFA 2 HHIJ Centre line is given by A on the figure HHLE That the wires are just above the water line at all times HHNL the time in minutes, or parts of it, when the landline was used HHNN The master, and any person who does not form part of the crew e.g. riding squad HHUD Maintain the specified boiling temperature HHWS 3 sets HHYM Ch.70 HIBY 1. Switch off the transmitter - 2. Switch equipment on - 3. Make broadcast on channel 16 "Mayday all stations…" and cancel the false distress alert. HIFC 3 - 30 MHz HIHW Yes, by "distress priority" one always is assigned a channel HINF The fixed fire fighting medium in engine room, pump room etc. is Carbon Dioxide CO2, Halon or foam HIWP It is an automatic system for plotting vessels for rescue purposes HIXI Just in forepart of the rudder square (figure 3) HIXJ in presence of atmospheric or interfering signals automatically adjust itself HJCN Ships fitted with free-fall life-boats may carry thermal protective aids instead of immersion suits HJLS Re-pack the stuffing box loosely with the correct size packing at the earliest opportunity. HJMN reduce the "noise" in the background HJMQ Safetynet HJNL Pressure relief valve. HJPY 98 Centigrades HJSI To prevent contamination of the cargo. HJVM RSS, HM Coastguard, Marine Officers, Enforcement Unit, Channel Surveillance Unit, MPCU HKDC 4 Rocket parachute flares / 6 hand flares / 2 buoyant smoke signals HKLJ + 85 ° C HKMF be as small and of as little mass as possible HKNF Check linearity HKSD 6 GRPI - HKXE
  • 10. HKTA Special section for Births and Deaths and also to be included in narrative section HKUV lifebuoy with light HKXE Yes HKYX The seafarers shall have available for their use the Seamen's and NIS-acts with regulations, together with all relevant CWA`s/CBA`s. HLFN Inverting amplifier HLIX In stairways, corridors and escape routes HLJS Higher measuring accuracy. HLNC All the mentioned alternatives HLOW search and rescue at sea HLQN instruction in the use of radio life-saving appliances HLRC a person who holds a "certificate of proficiency in survival craft" HLVJ Flat file HLWF Space thoroughly ventilated, Oxygen and gas readings taken, communication set up, permit to work completed, Crewmember standing by, with rescue gear. HLXE He wants the heating coils inspected HMBI Exhaust leakage HMEV Assorted canapes. HMGD On area A3 this function is based on the use of INMARSAT A, B or C HMGN a ship idendity number HMLF All preventive methods to avoid spreading of bacteria and fungus. HMPK To protect both owners and charterers HMSW Safety purpose? HMTS When the container also contains water HMYN All the actions listed in the other alternatives HNAL 30 minutes HNCT Depth is given by B on the figure HNCU Fully slacken and remove top ones first, then middle, then bottom. HNLE Opening water function missing. HNVG Scavenge box fire HNVI Channels 6, 13 & 16 HNWY It should be about 20% HOCT COTP-zones may have additional rules and regulations HOLA A throughput of at least 400 litters a minute and a "throw" of 15 metres? HOLX Water extinguisher. HOQE 4.5 bar HORY - 43° C HOTH Adiabatic. HOUE Yes, you must attend to a course held by certified personnel, and then be certified by national authorities (NMD, USCG, etc) HOWT Water-tube boilers are more efficient and contains less water. They suffer from major damages when run dry during operation. HOYJ All launching appliances shall be capable of recovering survival crafts and rescue boats with their crew HPDQ 4.25% of the volume of the room HPDU Aft breast line is defined as B on the figure HPGW Plate HPHR Zener diode HPHU 5 seconds HPLE When you need to protect your eyes. HPMA 40 ohm HPMR 10 % HPPB The smallest diameter piston is the stage two piston. HPPC Deballasting and loading simultaneously. HPTH To maintain a record of all British ships and British certificates HPVB Regularly check your pressure gauge and note how much air you used to reach your work area. Start to return when you have this amount left plus a reasonable reserve HPVX Immersion suit HQAX 1 m depth per minute HQEF Figure 1 HQGU continuously after having been immersed for a period of 10 seconds under 100mm of water HQHT Shut off the starting air supply and open the indicator cocks HQIS Not more than 13,5 litres and not less than 9 litres HQJG Avoid spilling water and fat on the floors. HQLU Forward spring is given by D on the figure HQQS To do a full calibration. HQQW the degree of priority HQQY 8 MHz band HQXO Bow/stem is given by B on the figure HQXQ Outside the coloured zone. HRCT Equal power on both tugs while checking the gyro HREE No. 1 diesel and No. 2 diesel HREY He is to check the heater for the hydraulic oil HRJV Radiotelephony - Single sideband full carrier HSTT 11 % HSUT Use the "cleaning in place" arrangement or open the heat exchanger for visual inspection and manual cleaning. HSXB Cargo ships of less than 500 tons gross HSYU You cannot survive in H.E. foam as the oxygen content is reduced. HTAQ 3 cm radar HTAU 4 Rocket parachute flares / 6 hand flares / 2 buoyant smoke signals HTPS Raise the load HTPX Loose tight clothing, ask all unnecessary bystanders to leave and carefully place something soft under the head. If casualty is unconscious, place the person in Recovery position. HTQN Air in the cooling water system. HTVI In tanks not adjacent to the ship's shell plating having heating coils? HTYW Forward spring is given by D on the figure HUHC Expands HUIB They shall be carried in cargo tanks independent of the ships hull structure? HUPO Singapore HUSV Foam. HUTX Duration of public correspondence communications HVER Each lifeboat shall be launched with its assigned crew, and manoeuvred in the water at least once every three months during an abandon ship drill HVGC Williamson Turn HVGD Answering Pendant HVGH He is asking about the position of the chain HVJO Chemical powder is the main medium for tank deck fire fighting on gas and chemical carriers HVKH Yes, neutral atmosphere in hold space on all gas carriers exempt from those who have independent type C tanks HVQG One month HWBC Too low suction pressure. HWCB 2 lines of position. HWDR 2 HWHD To cool, remove sulphur dioxide and particulate soot from the flue gas? HWKI substitutes for key persons who may become disabled HWQG Stand on dry insulating material and pull the person away with isulating material. HXBC Lower lifeboat to water HXCQ an area within the radiotelephone coverage of at least one VHF coast station in which continuous DSC alerting is available HXGD VHF-equipment HXGI rescue boat HXHS For at least three years HXIM When temporary bulkheads (bins) are used on deck, openings shall be arranged as to prevent water accumulating. HXKF A thorough ventilation of the combustion chamber before the ignition takes place HXMV The temperature must at all times be 10 degrees Centigrade above the oil's pour point temperature. HXNP have at least two entrances HXUC Figure 1 HXVA That the watch keeping personnel shall be ready for starting or manoeuvring the main engine. HXWA Not less than 10000 kJ HYDL 4,50 m HYEK too much combustion air HYRP Close the valves on both the Acetylene and the Oxygen bottles. HYSN West cardinal buoy HYTJ Both STCW and Class rules HYVW NAND IAFK muster station IAKJ Check if fuel injection is too early or fuel pump lead too large IAKL 150 tons IAQA one first-aid outfit in a waterproof case IATQ A wire for pulling burning ships off the pier IAUG safety call IBFF 25 % more than the wire's IBHY a given number of buoyant oars provided with thole pins or crutches attached by lanyards IBOK 64 IBOM It is incumbent on the shipowners and the master to ensure that the requirements are complied with and documented. IBPY Evacuation slide ICAA The hydraulic pump is usually used for tightening the G-nuts ICHS Shut off the oil flow if the flames goes out ICHU Radiotelephony - Single sideband suppressed carrier ICIK The use of engines and accessories ICWU Remote controlled fire pumps ICYJ Windlass is given by B on the figure IDCO The fuel oil filters or pipes are clogged. IDDM Amount of superheat in the vapor leaving the coil IDEA of being deployed by one person IDIL Bollard is given by D on the figure IDIN Warm clothes, blankets and lifevests. IDQV The method of donning life-jackets. IDRK Stuck grease was blocking the grease pipe IDUT Starboard quarter is given by C on the figure IDVS At least two IDYB Amplitude of output signal divided by amplitude of input signal IEOE Class B fire IEOX J2B/F1B IERT Reduce to slow or less in due time before entering IEXH 424432010 or 424432020 IFAS Airway Breathing Circulation IFFT G3E IFJV 2 separate compartments IFJW The uppermost deck to which transverse bulkheads are carried IFLU Two tongue-type/hinged bowstoppers with separate closed fairleads - Capacity 200 tons IFMN A compilation of Norwegian laws and regulations concerning the safety of ships and crew. IFMO MARPOL 73/78. IFRI out of order IGCA To prevent electrostatic generation IGDX You should have reduced your speed to the minimum on which the vessel can be kept on course IGES Nervous tension,allergy, or none obvious cause. IGFO Rotary positive displacement (mono type). IGGI Overboard discharge is stopped. IGRD IMO divides cargo tanks on gas carriers into 4 groups: Integral tanks, Membrane tanks, Semi-membrane tanks and independent tanks IGWC No spark or flame is required to ignite gas or vapor IHAH activate the fire alarm IHAO Two IHBJ Notify Master, Deck officer and Engineer in charge.The loop for this special sensor to be switched off and take normal precautions for hot work. IHCB Start air supply HKYX - IHSR
  • 11. IHCD Powder IHCU To secure/lash containers? IHCX This call was sent by a coast station IHHG 5 sets of Firemen's outfits IHSR Fully charged bottles with a total free air capacity of at least 6000 liters for each breathing apparatus. IHTT Closed loop feed back system IHUR Pressure indicator, installed on panel/console IHXA Ahead is given by A on the figure IHXT Ensure a flow of steam through the superheater when raising steam pressure after shut down IIBD A person may serve on board as from the 17th. calendar year IIES Don't let the ship turn to port IIGG If the back pressure when discharging is so high that one pump is not able to deliver any cargo. IIHB It is the SOLAS conventions that take care of the human safety at sea IIHE Presentation flange. IIOS Both STCW and Class rules IIPJ Monthly IIQH Regularly check your pressure gauge and note how much air you used to reach your work area. Start to return when you have this amount left plus a reasonable reserve. IITK Stern line is given by A on the figure IIYU 1. Switch off the transmitter - 2. Switch equipment on - 3. Make broadcast on 2182 kHz "Mayday all stations…" and cancel the false distress alert. IJEM Reduced. IJEO Start with intermittent firing, using small firing periods and long intervals gradually building up to longer firing periods and shorter intervals. IJIP Chemical powder is the main medium for tank deck fire fighting on gas and chemical carriers IJNO J3E IJOI In permanently exhibited fire control plans IJRT anti-seasickness medicine and one seasickness bag for each person IJRV Height is given by D on the figure IJST one knife of the non-folding type having a buoyant handle and a lanyard IJVB the curvature of the surface of the earth IJWV Reduce speed and, if possible, keep the fire zone to the leeward of the ship IKAB All the mentioned alternatives IKCT 0,56 m3/kg IKIN Tanks adjacent to the tank where work is to be carried out shall be cleaned and free of gas. IKKD To avoid build-up of static electricity, which may cause explosion IKLV Full power on the aft tug, reduce on the forward while checking the gyro IKLX Clogged air inlet filter. IKNO to wear a lifejacket inside IKSJ Hatch openings in weather deck to be closed and battened down before loading of deck cargo. IKTI Yes ILDJ Prior to every plant start-up, following an 8 hour stop ILED 1530 C ILEH Every second hour. ILFC It will destroy the properties of the lube oil and lead to serious damage in our engine. ILMM the "Abandon ship" signal is not specified, only the general emergency alarm signal is stated ILOD The light from lanterns and signals must not be obstructed. ILOI trying to ignite burner from hot brickwork ILRP The Norwegian Consular Court at the nearest competent Norwegian Foreign Service Station. ILTE In SOLAS chapter II-2, rule 17 and in the IGC code ILTH 5 times the maximum pressure the hose will be subjected during cargo transfer. IMBR A Norwegian Maritime Investigator IMGM 1 VHF RT + DSC+ DSC watch receiver - 1 or 2 SART - 1 NAVTEX and/or 1 EGC receiver and/or 1 HF NBDP watch receiver - 2 or 3 VHF portable - 1 EPIRB - 1 MF RT + DSC+ DSC watch receiver - 1 HF RT + DSC+ DSC watch receiver IMJB A suitable composition of water and detergent. IMJD 15 and 17 IMNG Stripping pump. INEX lifebuoy with line INKV CES two digits code # 00 Country code Area code Subscriber code # INRG No ventilation should be done? INSB Able to effect a complete change of air of the space being ventilated 16 times an hour? INUQ Centrifugal pump IOAU Acts. IOBI request for a collect call IOQF No IOQH Yes. IPEP Proximity switch IPFK Maximum allowable working pressure IPGK Class A IPJW All the listed alternatives IPLJ Opened after rough weather or before loading/discharging or transferring cargo to check for liquid accumulation and contents drained into a drip pan. IPPP watertight receptacles containing 1.5l of fresh water for each person (may be partially replaced by a desalting apparatus) IQBD Figure 3. IQEQ Discharge the slop tank completely and refill it from another tank from which the bottom 1m ullage has already been discharged IQGE Ventilate the holds as well as possible IQGK The user should be warned that the product contains fluids that may irritate and itch skin. IQHC Washing and polishing floors, chemical cleaning of furniture and carpets in cabin and other common rooms. IQHE Need more space than normal IQLG recommended at the beginning and at the end of the message-transport to exchanges 'answer back' s' IQMB Released blocking function in remote starting system. IQOS to have a telephone conversation with a person whose name is known IQPN Any of the listed alternatives. IQTT The human body absorb toxicants through respiration, skin and the aliment channel IQXU Monthly IRAJ 4 mA. IRHV there is never a direct connection with the shore-subscriber IRIT 1300210 IRVA not more than 800 mm IRWV The extinguishing agent ISIJ 1.495 kg/l ISPY Measurement of differential pressure ISRV Figure 2. ISSQ High block coefficient vessel ISUD 12 mm, 16 mm and 19 mm ISVS Special area is certain areas like Red Sea, Black Sea, Baltic Sea, Mediterranean, Gulf area, Antartic area. ISVY 68 - 79°C ISXN A1 ITAY Safety Radio ITCP To purge a tank means that we change atmosphere in the tank e.g. change cargo vapour with inert gas. ITEE In suitable lockers easily accessible, yet segregated from the living spaces themselves? ITKE evacuation slide ITNO IMDG - CODE ITOJ The 0-voltage must always be grounded. ITOL Small changes in temperature can cause large movement of the interface ITPC A visual and audible alarm signal at the control panel ITRO Start water-spray ITRV All of the listed alternatives. ITWS liferaft IUBR No. More readings should be taken and sediments, sludge and residue should be removed at least 10 m from working site. IUBW Glycerine is compatible with both of the other cargoes. IUED In any port in a country which is a member of one of the port state control regimes currently in operation, other than the UK IUHP I require assistance IUIH Cargo ships of less than 500 tons gross shall have the batteries located in the upper part of the ship IUJJ 121.5/406MHz IURP Operate valves gradually IUTX Call the nearest coast station and inform it that a false distress alert has been transmited IUWK 32 IVAV Minimize corrosion, prevent deposits and scaling, and control of biological growths. IVDF 60 % IVGQ Head line is given by B on the figure IVHF To ensure that we do not have any water assembly in the cylinders when the compressor start. IVHI handrails for persons moving about the exterior of the lifeboat IVIF NO. 1,2,3 and 4 IVKX On the bridge IVMO always with the coast-station IVNJ a personal call IVPP To prove that oil has been pumped overboard according to regulations IVRK a mock search and rescue of passengers trapped in their staterooms IVSE How to don lifejackets, immersion suits and anti-exposure suits, as appropriate IVWK 60 bar IVXI Directional control valve. IWDX Every motorized survival craft shall have a certificated engineer assigned IWES The tug's bow against my stern, made fast with lines. By moving the tug to either side of my stern, this will help to steer the ship (figure 4). IWGN Safety equipment to be made good in a given time period; Safety equipment to be made good at next port; Safety equipment to be made good before sailing; Vessel to be detained until all safety gear brought up to a minimum standard IWHE The route to musterstation, how to put on lifejacket and different emergency signals used onboard the ship. IWIF 3 litre IWNB To prevent the steam and water in the boiler from discharging out by the feed line, if a feed line fracture or a joint in the line blows. IWOD Broken water seal. IWQN Separation of two insoluble liquids with different densities, and at the same time removing of solids. IWUO Correct flow, pressure and temperature. ( Viscosity) IWVQ Chemically dose and fill up. IWWK To prevent the suction line from draining and keeping the pump primed. IXBH rescue boat IXHF States of matter means that a substance can exist either as solid, liquid or vapour state IXIY 30 minutes IXTV First Zero adjustment and the Span adjustment. Then Zero should be rechecked. IXUQ Water extinguisher IYBF The meaning of MARVS is Maximum Allowable Relief Valve Setting IYEL 3 cm IYES The latest IMO gas code is IGC code International Code for the Construction and Equipment of ships carrying liquefied gases in bulk IYJN Contact the issuing authority via the company office IYLF The alternators output itself via the automatic voltage regulator IHTT - IYRE
  • 12. IYNT 2 sec IYPK Non-inverting amplifier IYQF 1000 A IYRC Will relay a message concerning an important navigation -or meteorological warning IYRE All of the mentioned reasons. IYTO 100% of the ships complement on each side IYUJ the use of SART transponders IYVI Reduce speed and use soot blowers if some are fitted IYYL A unit which automatically releases the liferaft/lifeboat at a depth of approx 4 metres. JAFM Where the mooring lines lead. JAHH Warm nutritious drinks. JAID Boarding, launching and clearing of survival crafts (lifeboat/liferafts) and rescue crafts (MOB-boats). JAJB A resistance guide stating which chemicals are compatible with the coating. JAKR Salt JAKS Zero JALM Capable of immediate operation at all times JALP 40 - 60 %. JAQO the sea area of the vessel JAXC STCW means Seafarers' Training, Certification and Watch keeping JAXE Carbon atom has 6 protons and electrons JBCE To avoid liquid coming back to the compressor during start up. JBEN The condition shall be noted and plans for further actions developed. JBEU The container, the extinguishing agent, the impulsion system JBGH That the main propulsion unit controls are attended under standby condition. JBKS By help of the Headword Register, the Chronological Register, the table of contents, the tables of contents in the respective provisions, the Preface, etc. JBLI channel 06 JBMD Through stapled-in supplements in the quarterly NMD magazine "Navigare" and Ships Documents. JCAG Annually. JCAI The turbine rotor is not balanced. JCFG Remove the load from the alternator to be stopped JCFL Regulations concerning the registration of hours worked and the format and keeping of time sheets. JCNS Aft is defined as A on the figure JCQI Rectification would be required before sailing JCVE Inspectors from the International Maritime Organization (IMO) JCXX 518kHz JCYL Normally use it, as free or dissolved chlorine is not aggressive towards stainless steel? JDDS Connecting rod JDOT A code issued by IMO for use onboard vessels carrying packaged dangerous goods? JDPL 2500 mm wg? JDQF A period not exceeding 12 months JDRW It shall be cleaned daily and oiled and inspected regularly. JDRX The master. JDTO S band radar JDUG About 20 % JEWX Water in a cylinder. JFDH Until all crew members and passengers have reported to their respective muster stations. JFFD The side from the wind. JFFG 25 miles JFJN The main supply valves in the deck storage are closed prior to switching to UMS-mode JFPI To complete a voyage (max 5 months) or at a surveyor's discretion (max 1 month) JFRS there is never on-line connection with the shore-subscriber JFSQ 36715 JFVX An injury, other than a major injury, when the injured person is incapacitated for more than 3 consecutive days JGAE The aircraft is directing a vessel towards an aircraft or vessel in distress JGBT Radar transponder JGGR Permission must be obtained from Chief Officer? JGMM We can, reduce discharge rate, pump hot vapour into the cargo tank or pump some liquid back to the cargo tank JGNK DSC-symbol is sent twice and checked extra by Error Check Character JGRM STCW 95 JGSJ A, B, C, D JGYG sunspots JHBM on the number of kilobits of information transmitted per block of 256 bits JHBO Dual purpose (jet/spray) type incorporating shutoff JHHH LUT before the satellite is actually seen by this ground station JHKS Line-throwing appliance JHND Complete 15 compressions at the rate of 80 compressions per minute JHQR Water in one or more cylinders. JHRM The quality of the Crude Oil Washing performed during the last discharging JHUY Any one involved in the operation JHVV Survival craft distress pyrotechnic signals JHYC Follow your track and reduce the speed to keep your vessel in line. Overtake the other vessels after the strait is passed. JHYU an atomization of the fuel injected into the combustion chamber. JICN Safety of ship and crew JICP It is higher pressure on one side of the seat than on the other side, and it is shut manually or by change of pressure on the seat JIEU FEC JIKQ Fluids (liquids). JIQO Freeboard is given by B on the figure JIRL the amplitude of the carrier-wave changes JIUS Marine Officers of the MCA JIXC Increase scavenging air temperature to above dew point JIXI vessel JJEP Dynamic pressure pump (or roto-dynamic pump). JJGL it's canopy has viewing ports in all directions JJLF 1 VHF RT + DSC+ DSC watch receiver - 1 or 2 SART - 1 NAVTEX or 1 EGC receiver - 2 or 3 VHF portable - 1 EPIRB - 1 MF RT + DSC+ DSC watch receiver JKAN Gas detector JKDV Steam at high velocities may generate static electricity which might cause incentive sparks? JKEW Twistlocks and rods with turnbuckles? JKGC master JKGH Oil pressure is greater than the water pressure. JKHA Vitamin A JKHB For all vessels. JKRE By repeating the order JLBA High density, sub - micron particles. JLBI portable fire-extinguishing equipment suitable for oil fires JLCB Ensure the valves are of the correct discharge capacity for the boiler. JLCY urgency signal JLES Figure 3. JLQD The use of the ship's line throwing apparatus JLRA The floor of the raft has a second layer which can be inflated to help insulation, in addition to the thermal protective aids (10% of complement, minimum 2) JLSV reporting to stations and preparing for the duties described in the muster list JMHV 5 years JMLY 1 Smoking in bed. 2 Covering of electric fires with blankets. 3 Overloading electric plugs. JMMT Raise the fire alarm. JMUH Check fuel injector valve, fuel injection timing, fuel pump suction valve and fuel pump lead JMUI Quadrupled JMVB The Norwegian Maritime Directorate JMYM Double check valve. JNDM capable to determine the position of the EPIRB JNIS CES two digits code # 00 873 SES INMARSAT code # JNOB 10 k ohm JNPC ICE-method. JNTH Alarm instruction. JNTN 1 VHF RT + DSC+ DSC watch receiver - 1 or 2 SART - 1 NAVTEX or 1 EGC receiver- 2 or 3 VHF portable - 1 EPIRB JNUC It should be protected by a fixed fire fighting system i.e. sprinkler system. JNUH a food ration for each person JNXO one copy of the prescribed life-saving signals JOCU 1% to 10% JOKT Clean the heat transfer surface JOPB Either Ore or Oil. JORR go to simplex telephony JOSN Sea Area A4. JPGR So that neither the rescue boat nor its launching arrangements will interfere with any survival craft at any other launching station JPJV Several control-valves are connected to the same controller JPKQ Reduced. JPOX 70 JPPA A balanced assessment between keeping a visual lookout and monitoring the radar JPTG The function of the ESD is to close loading valves, switch of power to cargo compressors and pumps JPYF Area protected by halon JQBS To maintain the required pressure and flow to the machine in use. JQCH He wants the OS to show him where the switch that changes between automatic, manual, and emergency steering is JQFQ He wants the Chief Officer to organise a lifeboat drill JQKS the amplitude is modulated JQLJ Merchant Shipping Act 1995 and Merchant Shipping (Registration of Ships) Regs 1993 JQLN Before leaving the port JQMN frequency JQQS At least two sets of instruments to detect each type of gas expected to be encountered? JQWN Fire main with fire valves JQXA Lowers oxygen content in the tank JQYB Class C fire JQYS To have a hot-work permit JRCD an area excluding sea area A1 within the radiotelephone coverage of at least one MF coast station in which continuous DSC alerting is available JRDY 1 JRHG 150 mtr JRHI the height of the aerial JRLN That the watch keeping personnel shall be ready for starting or manoeuvring the main engine. JRUR Vessel not under command and not making way JRUT Close the valves on both the Acetylene and the Oxygen bottles. JSAJ Receiving in mode J3E JSBE He shall arrange for proper, including medical, care. JSFO The supervisor's field is the work situation, the commitee's the total environment, also spare time JSGE To allow at least 3 hours of operation JSIB To bring the remaininig oil to the stripping suction JSMW By control of liquid flow JSNV You did not maintain a proper lookout by all available means JSOP Difficulty in breathing in and the casualty may be unable to speak. JSWF The water to be drained periodically and scuppers to be closed in between. Oily water to be transferred to slop tanks or other suitable receptacle? JTBC Class A JTIQ The closed-type feed-water system JTJS along the curvature of the earth JTLD Start an additional auxiliary engine JTPI Vitamin C IYTO - JUEQ

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