system circuit test), with a narrative technical report on
problems encountered (such as improper installation or
connection of ship wiring, damage to switchboard during
installation, missing or delayed material that is affecting
completion of modifications), recommendations made or actions
taken for their solution.
(d) Authority for trip, types of hours worked, contract number,
ship(s) worked on.
3.11.2 A monthly engineering service report on the status of unexpected
services shall be submitted by the manufacturer prior to the 10th day of the
succeeding month containing the following information:
(a) Amount of engineering services and support (overtime, travel,
subsistence) under the contract.
(b) Amount of engineering services and support expended at each
activity on a weekly basis, for the period covered by the report.
(c) The unexpended balance of engineering service time and support
remaining under the contract.
3.12 Drawings. The contractor shall prepare drawings in accordance with
the data ordering documents included in the contract or order (see 6.2.2). In
addition to the drawing content required by the data order documents (see
6.2.2), the features specified in 3.12.1 through 126.96.36.199 shall be included.
A complete set of drawings shall be submitted. Drawings previously submitted
under earlier contracts may be used whenever applicable, but shall be re-submitted
for approval under the instant contract.
3.12.1 Mechanical drawings. The contractor shall prepare drawings as
specified in 188.8.131.52 through 184.108.40.206 covering the mechanical features of the
switchboard to provide the following information:
To permit the contracting activity to determine that the
switchboard design complies with the requirements of this
specification and when applicable to document switchboard
designs submitted for qualification testing.
To provide the installing activity with accurate information
regarding mounting bolt hole and sway brace bolt hole locations.
To provide maintenance and supply activities with detail infor-
mation regarding parts used in the switchboard and to determine
the interchangeability of the various panel-mounted assemblies.
220.127.116.11 Mechanical assembly drawing. Mechanical assembly drawing shall
include dimensioned outline front view, plan view, end views, and such other
views as are required to show clearly the details of mechanical design, con-
struction, and assembly of one complete switchboard section. An assembly
drawing shall also be prepared for a control indicator. This drawing shall be
titled "Type 11 switchboard section assembly" for example.