PS 112 - FIREFIGHTING and Course Intro SPRING 2008

PS 112 - FIREFIGHTING and Course Intro SPRING 2008 - PS 112...

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PS 112 – BASIC SAFETY TRAINING
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Professional Studies 112 Lecture and Practicum Welcome! This course meets two times: once in lecture, once in lab. If you haven't signed up for a lab or “practicum” (PS 112P) you MUST do so. Texts: Firefighting; Survival Guide for the Mariner; TS Empire State Safety Manual.
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Professional Studies 113 Lecture STCW - Standards of Training and Certification of Watchkeepers The minimum standards of competency for a seagoing position as recognized internationally. A series of skills or competencies performed and checked off as accomplished
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Basic Safety Training 1. Basic Shipboard Firefighting 2. Survival Craft 3.Personal and Social Responsibility 4. Basic (survival) First Aid
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5 FIRE
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6 FIREFIGHTING Shipboard Firefighting Mariners are NOT professional Firefighters Unless in port or close to shore, there is no calling for assistance. You have two choices: Put the fire out Abandon ship
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18 FIRE FUEL OXYGEN HEAT CHAIN REACTION
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FUEL ONLY VAPORS BURN LIQUIDS AND SOLIDS MUST FIRST BE VAPORIZED THE TENDENCY OF A SUBSTANCE TO VAPORIZE IS AN INDICATION OF ITS ABILITY TO BURN
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OXYGEN 21% IN AMBIENT AIR ROBUST FLAMING COMBUSTION DOWN TO 15 - 16% SURFACE COMBUSTION (SMOLDERING) DOWN TO ABOUT 11%
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HEAT ANYTHING THAT PRODUCES THE REQUIRED TEMPERATURE FOR IGNITION WILL SATISFY THIS LEG OF THE TRIANGLE SUN CHEMICAL REACTION SPARKS OPEN RUNNING ELECTRIC MOTORS STATIC ELECTRICITY
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22 FIRE SIGNIFICANT TEMPERATURES FLASH POINT THE LOWEST TEMPERATURE AT WHICH A LIQUID GIVES OFF SUFFICIENT GAS TO FORM A FLAMMABLE GAS MIXTURE NEAR THE SURFACE OF THE LIQUID EXTERNAL SOURCE OF IGNITION FIRE FLASHES ACROSS SURFACE AND IMMEDIATELY GOES OUT LOWEST TEMP AT WHICH WE CAN HAVE FIRE INDICATOR OF SEVERITY OF FIRE HAZARD
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23 FLASH POINT FIRE FLASHES ACROSS SURFACE AND IMMEDIATELY GOES OUT
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24 FIRE SIGNIFICANT TEMPERATURES FIRE POINT THAT TEMPERATURE AT WHICH A LIQUID GIVES OFF FLAMMABLE VAPORS RAPIDLY ENOUGH TO SUPPORT CONTINUOUS COMBUSTION EXTERNAL SOURCE OF IGNITION IGNITION TEMPERATURE NO EXTERNAL SOURCE OF IGNITION AUTO - IGNITION SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION
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25 FIRE FLAMMABILITY CLASSIFICATION OF PETROLEUM NON - VOLATILE FLASHPOINT OF 140 0 F (60 0 C) OR ABOVE VOLATILE FLASHPOINT BELOW 140 0 F (60 0 C) FLAMMABLE - COMBUSTIBLE
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26 FIRE FLAMMABLE RANGE LOWER FLAMMABLE LIMIT THE LEAST CONCENTRATION OF FLAMMABLE VAPORS IN AIR THAT WILL BURN (LEAN LIMIT) UPPER FLAMMABLE LIMIT THE GREATEST CONCENTRATION OF FLAMMABLE VAPORS IN AIR THAT WILL BURN (RICH LIMIT)
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28 FIRE FLAMMABLE RANGE PRODUCT LEL UEL GASOLINE 1.3 7.6 KEROSENE 0.7 6.0 PROPANE 2.1 9.5 HYDROGEN 4.0 74.2 NAPTHA 0.9 6.7 BENZENE 1.4 8.0
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29 FIRE TESTING FOR FLAMMABLE VAPORS EXPLOSIMETER OR COMBUSTIBLE GAS INDICATOR OXYGEN CONTENT HYDROCARBON VAPOR CONCENTRATION
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30 GAS INDICATORS CATALYTIC FILAMENT COMBUSTIBLE
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PS 112 taught by Professor ???? during the Spring '08 term at SUNY Maritime.

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