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Power & Propulsion — Engine Room Test

It is the highest point in the exhaust system—usually a definitive bump just downstream from the turbocharger. It prevents seawater from flowing past it into the engine in a following sea or during aggressive backing down. This is usually where the hot seawater that cooled the engine is injected into the exhaust stream.

Answer to Question 2: Seacock