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1. C10 - Which statement concerning the handling characteristics of a fully loaded vessel as compared with those of a light vessel is FALSE?

 

2. C10 - Which type of AC singlephase motor will also operate on direct current?

 

3. C10 - While alongside port side the dock, your vessel's bow line parts due to strong winds and begins to fall away from the docks. What should you do?

 

4. C10 - While approaching berth without the assistance of tugs, what is the usual precautions made by pilot to make sure that your vessel is in safe situation?

 

5. C10 - While charging, when is a leadacid battery may become hotter than normal?

 

6. C10 - Why does a synchronous motor maintains synchronism with the rotating field?

 

7. C10 - Why is copper tubing is used in refrigerant system?

 

8. C10 - Why should you use a high impedance multimeter when troubleshooting electronic equipment?

 

9. C10 - You are heading in a northerly direction when you come across an easterly current. Your vessel will __________.

 

10. C10 - You are in the confined waters. What is the danger in this situation if you should loose engine power?

 

11. C10 - You are on watch and see a man fall overboard. Which man overboard turn should NOT be used in this situation?

 

12. C10 - You are on watch at sea on course 90 degrees. A man falls overboard on your starboard side. You immediately execute a Williamson turn. Which step is NOT a part of a Williamson Turn?

 

13. C10 - You are pushing a tow ahead and passing close to another towboat which is pushing ahead in the same direction (you are overtaking). After the towheads pass close alongside __________.

 

14. C10 - You are pushing a tow ahead, at high speed, near the right hand bank of a canal. The forces affecting your towboat and tow will tend to __________.

 

15. C10 - You are stopped with no way upon your vessel at the pilot station. Your vessel is a large twinscrew ship. You must come around 180 degrees to board your Pilot. How should you use the engines and rudder to turn the ship fastest in the least amount of space?

 

16. C10 - Your course of action if you have to abandon ship and enter a liferaft should be:

 

17. C10 - Your vessel is navigating along a narrow channel at a slow speed with your starboard side near the right bank of a channel. What would be the best maneuver if your vessel suddenly sheers toward the opposite bank?

 

18. C10 - "Head reach", in stopping distance of vessels, can best be described as the :

 

19. C10 - In a Williamson turn, the rudder is put over full until the:

 

20. C10 - You are approaching the pilot station with the wind fine on the starboard bow and making about 3 knots. You can help to calm the seas by taking what action just before the pilot boat comes along on the port side?  

 

21. C10 - You are underway on course 050°T and your maximum speed is 10 knots. The eye of a hurricane bears 100°T, 90 miles from your position. The hurricane is moving towards 285°T at 19 knots. If you maneuver at 10 knots to avoid the hurricane, what could be the maximum CPA?

 

22. C10 - You are underway on course 050°T and your maximum speed is 10 knots. The eye of a hurricane bears 100°T, 90 miles from your position. The hurricane is moving towards 285°T at 19 knots. Which course should you steer at 10 knots to have the maximum CPA?

 

23. C10 - You are underway on course 050°T and your maximum speed is 11 knots. The eye of a hurricane bears 070°T, 80 miles from your position. The hurricane is moving towards 270°T at 19 knots. If you maneuver at 11 knots to avoid the hurricane, what could be the maximum CPA?

 

24. C10 - You are underway on course 050°T and your maximum speed is 11 knots. The eye of a hurricane bears 070°T, 80 miles from your position. The hurricane is moving towards 270°T at 19 knots. What course should you steer at 11 knots to have the maximum CPA?

 

25. C10 - You are underway on course 050°T and your maximum speed is 12 knots. The eye of a hurricane bears 080°T, 100 miles from your position. The hurricane is moving towards 265°T at 22 knots. If you maneuver at 12 knots to avoid the hurricane, what could be the maximum CPA?

 

26. You are going astern (singlescrew, righthanded propeller) with the anchor down at a scope of twice the depth of the water. What should you expect as the anchor dredges?

 
 

27. You are docking a ship with a singlescrew tug assisting on your starboard bow. How should the tug be tied up if you are anticipating that she will have to hold your bow off while you stem the current?

 
 

28. You are approaching a pier and intend to use the port anchor to assist in docking port side to. When You would NOT use the anchor?

 
 

29. You are docking an oceangoing singlescrew vessel under normal circumstances with a single tug. What the tug is usually used to?

 
 

30. You are landing a singlescrew vessel with a lefthanded propeller, starboard side to the dock. As you approach the dock you back your engine with your rudder amidships. What would you expect the vessel to?

 
 

31. You are landing a singlescrew vessel, with a righthand propeller, starboard side to the dock. When you have approached the berth and back the engine, what would you expect the vessel to?

 
 

32. Your vessel is a singlescrew ship with a righthand propeller. There is no current. What is the easiest way to make a landing?

 
 

33. Your ship is going full astern and making sternway. Where will the pivot point be located? No wind, current.

 
 

34. Your ship is going full ahead as you start to slow down. Where is the position of the pivot point now? No wind, current.

 
 

35. Your ship is dead in the water with the rudder amidships. As the righthanded screw starts to turn ahead,where does the bow will tend to go?

 
 

36. You are on a course of 000degreesT and put the rudder right 30degrees. In which direction will the transfer be measured?

 
 

37. When navigating in deep water you experience a shallow sounding which is not indicated on the chart. What would you do?

 
 

38. You are maneuvering a vessel with a righthand propeller. The rudder is amidships. What will generally back the vessel's bow?

 
 

39. A racetrack turn is used to recover a man overboard. The vessel is first steadied when how many degrees away from the original heading?

 
 

40. A seaman is reported missing in the morning and was last seen after coming off the midwatch. Which type of turn would you use to return to the trackline steamed during the night?

 
 

41. A ship is turning around a point called the pivot point. What is the position of this invisible point when the ship is dead in the water?

 
 

42. A twin screw vessel is easier to maneuver than singlescrew vessel with the engines half ahead. If there is no wind or current and the rudder is amidships, which of the following will happen?

 
 

43. A twinscrew vessel moving astern with both engines backing, with rudders amidships and negligible wind, will back:

 
 

44. An airplane wants a vessels to change course and proceed towards a vessel in distress. The actions of the aircraft to convey this message will NOT include:

 
 

45. As a general rule, a ULCC should not have a speed in any direction greater than what speed when touching berth?

 
 

46. If the draft is nearly equal to the depth of the water, a vessel traveling down a narrow channel may set off the nearer side. This effect is known as:

 
 

47. In docking, when approaching the berth at one knot, how many meters is the ship's advance in one minute?

 
 

48. The term kick, in relation to the turning circle of a ship, means the distance or throw of a vessel's stern from her line of advance upon putting the helm to ________.

 
 

49. What is the recommended method if you must land on a beach with an oarpropelled lifeboat through a heavy surf?

 
 

50. What will you do if you are helmsman and the OOW (officer on watch) gives you the order: Hard a starboard and after a while the order: Meet her

 
 

51. What will you do if you are helmsman and the OOW (officer on watch) gives you the order: Port 20 and after a while the order: Ease your helm

 
 

52. What will you do if you are helmsman and the OOW (officer on watch) gives you the order: Starboard ten

 
 

53. When your ship is going full speed ahead with no wind and no current, where do you think the pivot point is located?

 
 

54. With rudders amidships and negligible wind, a twinscrew vessel moving astern with both engines backing will back:

 
 

55. You are in charge of a twinscrew vessel going ahead with rudders amidships. If suddenly the port screw stops turning, the bow will:

 
 

56. You are proceeding along the right bank of a narrow channel aboard a righthanded singlescrew vessel. The vessel starts to sheer due to bank suction/cushion effect. You should:

 
 

57. You are the Master on a single screw vessel, docking port side with no tug assist. You decide to drop the offshore anchor to help in docking. The amount chain you must payout is:

 
 

58. Your engine is going astern and you pickup sternway. The rudder is amidships and you are operating on a single, righthanded fixed screw. How will your ship react?

 
 

59. Your vessel is a large twinscrew ship. You are stopped at the pilot station with no way upon your vessel. You must come around 180deg. to board your Pilot. How must you use the engines and rudder to turn the ship fastest in the least amount of space?

 
 

60. Your vessel is navigating along a narrow channel. The effect called bank cushion has which effect on the vessel?

 
 

61. C10 - When your ship is going full speed ahead with no wind and no current, where do you think the "pivot point" is located?

 

62. C10 - Where can an ohmmeter can be used to measure?

 

63. C10 - Where do you obtained the electrical energy necessary to transmit a person's voice over a soundpowered telephone circuit?

 

64. C10 - Where is the direction of rotation of an induction motor?

 

65. C10 - Which device will stop the motor shown in the illustration in case of a shortcircuit (high current) motor overload?

 

66. C10 - Which of the electrical properties listed will always be the same across each component in a parallel circuit?

 

67. C10 - Which of the following action should you take if a crew member has just fallen overboard off your port side?

 

68. C10 - Which of the following conditions will occur if the solenoid coil burns out on a cargo winch with an electrical brake?

 

69. C10 - Which of the following V/V cannot be overhauled in place without removing piping?

 

70. C10 - Which of the listed devices is used to measure pressure and convert it to an electrical signal?

 

71. C10 - Which of the listed instruments can be best used to locate a grounded field coil in a synchronous motor?

 


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