Skilled Power Plant Technician/Operator with extensive experience in Power Generating and Marine Propulsion Gas Turbine Plant systems operations and maintenance. Strong experience in Electronic/Electrical Control System maintenance, trouble shooting and repair. Familiar with General Electric Gas Turbine Engine LM2500 Series and Rolls Royce 501K Generator sets including associated control equipment.
Recently completed a successful military career and strongly desires to start a new career in the Power Generation Industry that will leverage his vast experience and can-do work ethic.
Performed Preventive and Corrective Maintenance.
Qualified as Engineroom Operator, Switchboard Operator, Electric Plant Control Console Operator, Propulsion Plant Control Console Operator, Trainer/Instructor Work Station (DDG-51 Class Embedded Trainer) and Engineering Officer of the Watch (EOOW).
Successfully initiated an energy saving concept to save on fuel cost while deployed.
The concept save up to 25% on power generation cost without sacrificing reliability. The Navy awarded the team with the All-Navy Energy Efficient Award for Medium Sized Command Category.
Monitored the building, testing and commissioning USS WILLIAM P. LAWRENCE (DDG 110) Engineering Systems.
Course includes engineering fundamentals, basic fluid mechanics, basic thermodynamics and heat transfer, engineering materials and methods, gas turbine theory, gas turbine construction, gas turbine operations, basic AC/DC circuits, basic electric devices and introduction to electrical machinery. Course consist of 760 hours of classroom instruction and 284 hours of laboratory work including 4 weeks of gas turbine operation.
To provide selected Gas Turbine Technicians with knowledge and skill required to operate DD-963/FFG-7 Class ships' propulsion and electrical control consoles during war and peace time cruising in accordance with approved procedures.
To provide Gas Turbine System Technicians, Electrical (GSE) with advance knowledge and skills required to progress in the Gas Turbine Systems Technician, Electrical. Course of instruction include basic understanding in the set-up and operation of digital test equipment to include digital voltmeter, digital logic probe, and basic understanding in analog device and logic circuit operation for control system on the DD-963, CG-47, FFG-7, DDG-51 and AOE-6 class ships.
Course topic included damage control organization and equipment; fire fighting, fire boundaries and smoke control; shoring (temporary flooding protection); firemain system (water hoses and drainage).
Coursework included heat stress management, engineering operational sequencing system, lube oil/fuel oil quality management, gauge calibration, distilling plants, lock-out/tag-out program, hazardous material handling and storage, air conditioning and refrigeration, logs and service record keeping, electrical safety, electro-hydraulic steering, gas turbine inspection and auxiliary boiler water treatment.
Coursework and hands-on training in operation, testing, calibration and troubleshooting of hovercraft control system and subsystem.
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