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1. C11 - A vessel which carries a cargo of grain in bulk should not, at the same time, carry any solid bulk cargo which may ___________ unless such cargo is tested and the moisture content is equal to or less than the transportable moisture limit.

 

2. C11 - Statement(s) is (are) TRUE concerning wire rope?

 

3. C11 - What is the worst case consideration for a hull girder at sea?

 

4. C11 - Damaged caused by cargoes giving off fumes or odors stowed in the same compartment with fine goods or foodstuff.

 

5. C11 - Name called for the pipe used to connect two separate piping system on a tank.

 

6. C11 - Riveted joints occur at the ends of plating called.

 

7. C11 - Two factors which make underwater hull repair difficult are accessibility and the ___________.

 

8. C11 - NOT an advantage of centrifugal pumps over reciprocating pumps.

 

9. C11 - Vessel was damaged and initially assumed a significant list and trim; however, further increase has been also based on this data, what should you expect?

 

10. C11 - A vessel was damaged and initially assumed a significant list and trim; however, further increase base on this data, what should you expect?

 

11. C11 - If a small ship springs a leak, if possible, the initial action before making temporary repairs is to bring the leak above the water, while avoiding _________.

 

12. C11 - Vessel free surface effect in a slack tank reduced by subdividing the tank longitudinally fore and aft into two equal parts.

 

13. C11 - NOT an advantage of double bottom tank.

 

14. C11 - Main under deck pipeline on a tank ship is connected to individual tanks.

 

15. C11 - Angular motion about the vertical axis of a vessel is called:

 

16. C11 - Vessel in a longitudinally framed, the longitudinal frames are held in place and supported by atwarship members called.

 

17. C11 - Shell plating provides the greatest contribution to the longitudinal strength they are arranged in a fore and aft direction and welded together, horizontal welds.

 

18. C11 - If your ship has gone aground in waters where the tide is falling, the best action you can take.

 

19. C11 - As the vessel displacement increase, the detrimental effect of free surface will ________.

 

20. C11 - Vessel has been in collision and after assessing the damage, you begin down flooding. This will cause the KB to do which of the following?

 

21. C11 - Ship vertical distance between the bottom at the centerline and the bottom at any given point.

 

22. C11 - The name called to a single fitting installed in a pipeline that either blanks off pipe or allows a full passage of liquid trough the pipe.

 

23. C11 - Vessel has been damaged and is partially flooded. The first step to be taken in attempting to save the vessel.

 

24. C11 - Vessel was damaged and there no list or trim.The rolling period is short. The freeboard before the damage was 3.75 meter. Action will you take first.

 

25. C11 - To control a damaged bulkhead after takes a permanent set which is independent of the panting or bulge cause by water pressure.

 

26. C11 - Angular motion about the longitudinal axis of a vessel is known as:

 

27. C11 - Hull leaks can be temporarily repaired.

 

28. C11 - Accidental release of LPG cargo carried at a very low temperature presents an unusual risk.

 

29. C11 - The type of ship's hatch covers which consists of single or multi-paneled covers operated by either a wire rope of the ship’s gear or by electro-hydraulic system.

 

30. Extended cyclical variations in tensions will cause an anchor chain to break due to __________.

 
 

31. A reinspection of the vessel shall be made between which of the following months while the Certificate of Inspection is valid?

 
 

32. Your vessel has been damaged and you must shore a bulkhead. You should cut the shore __________.

 
 

33. Dunnage may be used to protect a cargo from loss or damage by _______________________ .

 
 

34. Which type of hull damage should be repaired FIRST?

 
 

35. Sweat damage will occur in a cargo hold containing cased machinery when the __________.

 
 

36. Sweat damage in a hatch full of canned goods in cartons will occur when the __________.

 
 

37. When underway with a tow, you are required to notify the Coast Guard in which casualty situation?

 
 

38. What would NOT require that a detailed report of the release of hazardous cargo be made to the Local Authorities?

 
 

39. Which factor is MOST important in preventing sweat damage within a cargo hold?

 
 

40. A report of casualty to a vessel must include __________.

 
 

41. A vessel has sustained damage in a collision with another vessel. It is necessary to have a Seaworthy Certificate before the vessel sails. Who will issue this certificate?

 
 

42. Which factor(s) might indicate that a towline should be removed from service?

 
 
 
 

43. Which situation requires you to furnish a notice of marine casualty to the Coast Guard?

 
 

44. A vessel loads 100 tons of glass jars. The mate on watch discovers that some of the cartons have been damaged and has an exception made on the Bill of Lading. What is this document called?

 
 

45. A declaration made by the Master before a U.S. Consul, giving particulars regarding heavy weather or other incidents which may have caused damage to the vessel or cargo, through no fault of the vessel, her officers, or crew is a(n) __________.

 
 

46. A document used to indicate suspected cargo damage caused by rough weather would be the __________.

 
 

47. A Master should file a marine note of protest if __________.

 
 

48. The declaration made by the Master when he anticipates hull and/or cargo damage due to unusual weather conditions is a __________.

 
 

49. A fire has damaged 20 bales of cotton on a freighter loaded with general cargo. This claim would come under __________.

 
 

50. The two courses of action if the underwater hull is severely damaged are to plug the openings or to __________.

 
 

51. While underway, part of your cargo is damaged by fire. In marine insurance terms this partial loss is called __________.

 
 

52. Particular average is __________.

 
 

53. A vessel has been damaged by fire. The survey shows the cost of repairs will exceed the value of the repaired vessel. This is an example of a(n) __________.

 
 

54. When a vessel is involved in a casualty. The cost of property damage includes the __________.

 
 

55. C11 - Ballasting is performed once cargo on each hold is half-empty. A usual check on each deep tank cover to ensure that it's all watertight to prevent any flooding is due to:

 

56. C11 - What is NOT an item requires the vessel to be dry-docked?

 

57. C11 - Ballasting is performed once cargo on each hold is half-empty. A usual check on each deep tank cover to ensure that it's all watertight to prevent any flooding is due to:

 

58. C11 - The objective of shoring a damaged bulkhead is to __________.

 

59. C11 - While in drydock, your vessel will be belt-gauged. This process involves:

 

60. C11 - This system has been used for many years. The fittings of these plates in way of bronze propellers and other immersed fittings is a common practice:

 

61. C11 - Which weld fault can only be detected by a method that examines the internal structure of a weld?

 

62. C11 - What is the meaning of the term tare weight?

 

63. C11 - Repairing damage to the hull at or above the waterline reduces the threat of __________.

 

64. C11 - Under the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act of 1936, a vessel will be liable for damage to a cargo when the damage arises from __________.

 

65. C11 - Under the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act of 1936, a vessel will be liable for damage to cargo when the damage arises from __________.

 

66. C11 - The document that establishes the facts of a casualty and is the prima facie relief from liability for the damage is the __________.

 

67. C11 - Under the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act of 1936, a vessel will be liable for damage to cargo when the damage arises out of __________.

 

68. C11 - While a vessel is at sea, the mate on watch discovers a fire in one of the hatches. Fire hoses are used to put the fire out and some of the cargo is damaged by water. In marine insurance terms, this partial loss by water is called __________.

 

69. C11 - Under the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act of 1936, a vessel will be liable for damage to a cargo when the damage arises out of __________.

 

70. C11 - Particular average is __________.

 

71. C11 - When shoring a damaged bulkhead, effort should be taken to spread the pressure over the __________.

 

72. C11 - A vessel is constructed with a steel hull and an aluminum superstructure. Which statement is TRUE?

 

73. C11 - To enable pipes of reception facilities to be connected with the ships discharge pipelines for residues from machinery bilges. Pipelines should be standard with an outside diameter of:

 

74. C11 - What is the bolt circle diameter of a standard pipeline to enable pipes of reception facilities to be connected for residue from machinery bilges is:

 

75. C11 - The oil record book maintained on a vessel not engaged in a foreign trade shall be maintained on board for not less than:

 

76. C11 - Vessel underwater hull is submerged in water and needs corrosion protection for this area.

 

77. C11 - The wooden plug inserted in the vent of a damaged vessel tank should be removed in case it is decided to ___________.

 

78. C11 - The wooden plug inserted in the vent of a damaged tank should be removed if you are going to.

 

79. C11 - Repair of emergency machinery and services should be accomplished after an explosion.

 

80. C11 - A ship progressive flooding may be indicated.

 

81. C11 - Considered longitudinal framing.

 

82. C11 - An involuntary and dangerous change in heading produced by a severe following or quartering sea is called:

 

83. C11 - The watertight integrity of a vessel must be intact, when?

 

84. C11 - Piping that routes an oil cargo from the manifold to under deck pipelines is known.

 

85. C11 - Vessel's ballast tanks are subjected to sea water and therefore needs special corrosion protection, the most commonly used.

 

86. C11 - Resultant of two forces acting together in opposite directions and along parallel lines, is an example of what type of stress?

 

87. C11 - Containing a damage control, the order of importance should be taken into account.

 

88. C11 - Membrane containment system (LNG design), distinctive shape best describe the cargo tank cover above the deck.

 

89. C11 - Ship is proceeding along the English Coast when sprang a leak on the hull below the waterline. Efforts to patch her proved futile It was decide to ditch her the nearest shoal This termed as _______.

 

90. C11 - An acceptable method of temporarily sealing a crack formed in the hull of a vessel, is to:

 

91. C11 - Deterioration of steel due to chemical and electro-chemical reaction to its environment.

 

92. C11 - In the maintenance of cargo handling equipment, how often should you grease the nipples on winches, blocks, derrick heels, crane turntables and similar equipment?

 

93. C11 - A ship is holed in cargo hold and partially flooded. The hole is plugged against further floodin. In calculating for the effect of flooding on your transverse stability, you should use which method?

 

94. C11 - Maximum length allowed between main transverse bulkheads on a vessel is referred to.

 

95. C11 - Panting frames are located.

 

96. C11 - Most effective method of corrosion removal .

 

97. C11 - Ship's flooding of any compartment in a ship that result in serious loss of reserve buoyancy will always________.

 

98. C11 - NOT a division of lots in a survey of damage to facilitate drawing up of a fire damage report.

 

99. C11 - Ship's damaged bulkhead after takes a permanent set which is dependent of the panting or caused by water pressur To contol this you should___________.

 

100. C11 - It begins when the tank is almost empty.

 


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