USCG Illustrations Workbook, Volume 1 (Motor Plants) 2019 Edition
The new edition of the USCG Illustrations Workbooks has been written to assist Marine Engineers in studying and preparing for the USCG Marine Engineering License Exams.
The National Maritime Center (NMC) of the USCG continues to upgrade the license exam based on current industry trends, STCW compliance, and advancements in shipboard machinery. As a result of these efforts, the NMC has introduced many new illustrations for use in the USCG license exams.
Each of the drawings used in the USCG Marine Engineering License Examinations are shown in the following pages by draw number. The drawings are current to the date of publication of this document, however the student is reminded that the USCG updates the license examination, including questions and drawings, on a continuous basis.
The layout of this book is intended to provide the student with a review of the concepts required for the MOTORS section of the license examination and is not intended to be in lieu of formal engineering courses and experience.
The study guide contains each of the Motors drawings are current through March 2019, the last known update by the NMC. Each section contains:
- The drawing as published by the USGC;
- A description of the drawing;
- A discussion of the drawing, including mathematical and or technical material necessary to answer the questions for which the drawing is used;
- The USCG questions that reference the drawing, with answers; and
- A discussion of each question and/or mathematical solution where necessary.
The ILLUSTRATION Study Guides reviews all 769 Engineering Illustrations in the FOUR volume set. The Illustrations Workbooks discuss each of the illustrations and correlates each with every USCG question relating to that illustration. In addition, any mathematics related to the illustration is solved with step by step instructions.
The four volume set contains every illustration published by the USCG through March 2019: each of the 833 illustrations, including 195 Motors (INCLUDING THE 64 NEW "MP" Motor Illustrations!), 261 Electrical, 48 Safety, 180 Generals, 69 Refrigeration, 31 Gas Turbine, 49 Steam Engine & Steam Generator Illustrations.