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1. What are the health hazard ratings for a product of triethylbenzene?

 
 

2. You are on a vessel carrying liquefied butadiene in bulk. Which document is NOT required to be either in the wheelhouse or easily accessible to the person on watch while underway?

 
 

3. C10 - It is defined as a black solid residue, obtained mainly by cracking and carbonizing of residue feedstock, far and pitches in processes such as delayed coking or fluid coking.

 

4. C10 - It is defined as non-condensable gas obtained during distillation of crude oil or treatment of oil products.

 

5. C10 - To lay between tiers of green fruit or cartons of refrigerated cargo so as to assist in the circulation of air. Maybe of wood or polystyrene. Usually 9 mm (3/8") thick, 25mm or 50 mm (1' to 2") in width.

 

6. C10 - Binder chains used to lash down deck cargo may be shortened by ?

 

7. C10 - A Venetian vent or rice ventilator is used in stowage of which cargo?

 

8. C10 - After a partial discharge and prior to sailing, it is important to:

 

9. C10 - A noxious liquid substance which, if discharged into the sea from tank cleaning or deballasting operations, are deemed to present a minor hazard to either marine resources or human health. What is this category?

 

10. C10 - A pipe to convey water from the pump discharge through the ship's side.

 

11. C10 - The best way to ensure whether adequate oxygen is present for safe entry into a seldomly used cargo tank is:

 

12. C10 - Of 50 mm x 50 mm (2" x 2") or 76 mm x 76 mm (3" x 3") used largely with refrigerated cargo.

 

13. C10 - If the overflow tank high-level alarm sounds while the fuel oil tanks are being topped off, the engineer should:

 

14. C10 - Which of the following gas tankers is capable of carrying methane?

 

15. C10 - Generally of rough 150 mm x 25 mm (6" x 1") or 100 mm x 50 mm (4" x 2"); large used for 'tween deck dunnage, for laying over bulk and as a platform for the necessary tiers of bags to secure same, for making a platform over ores, wet goods such as oil barrels, jaggery, etc.; also for laying on bulkheads, spar ceiling, etc.

 

16. C10 - The following are characteristics of Paraffin waxes, EXCEPT:

 

17. C10 - During the entire voyage, the best way to prevent cargo from sweating or accumulation of:

 

18. C10 - An area clearly designated and set aside for the loading/unloading of containers to and from road transport vehicle using any of the various types of container lifting equipment.

 

19. C10 - A type of vessel used for rapid loading and discharging cargo of trailer, automobile, odd shaped and other conventional cargo.

 

20. C10 - A thermal container with refrigerating appliances (mechanical compressor unit, absorption unit, etc.) to control the temperature of cargo.

 

21. C10 - On an OBO or O/O carrier one frequently finds electrical sockets and switches on deck for use of lighting and other electrical apparatus when operating in the dry cargo mode. Before loading oil these should be:

 

22. C10 - What type of line melts easiest?

 

23. C10 - The instrument that measures the density of any liquid is called a:

 

24. C10 - In Container Identification System, the Equipment Category Identifier represented by Capital letter "U" in Latin Alphabet means:

 

25. C10 - A vessel loading cargo at the anchorage suddenly takes a list to port due to the center of gravity rising above the metacenter. Which of the following is the best action to correct the list?

 

26. C10 - An acceptable method of dealing with accumulated oil found in the pump room bilges is to:

 

27. C10 - After loading of the stability requirements, the master shall ensure that the ship is ____________ before proceeding to sea.

 

28. C10 - Cargo holds must be dry and free from dirt and foul odor, what must be determined when inspecting cargo holds before taking any cargo?

 

29. C10 - On board cargo ships, what is the most common type of dunnage used?

 

30. C10 - A large heavy beam of timber - hewn or sawn.

 

31. C10 - What is a wooden fid used for?

 

32. C10 - A type of ventilation where the flow of air is controlled by the proper trimming of ventilation.

 

33. C10 - A vessel which is subjected to 'hogging':

 

34. C10 - Holding a metal at a constant temperature for a specified time is called:

 

35. C10 - The movement of the crane that is not controlled by any wires is:

 

36. C10 - Development of molds on reefer cargo inside a refrigerated cargo hold is most likely caused by ________?

 

37. C10 - A moment is: I. A weight. II. A distance

 

38. C10 - The definition of board feet is: I. The number of square feet of planking 1 inch in thickness II. The volume of the lumber multiplied by 12.

 

39. C10 - Addition of weight to a vessel will ALWAYS:

 

40. C10 - As the beam of a vessel for a given length increases, it is apparent that directional stability:

 

41. C10 - Damage caused by excessive heating within the cargo is classified as:

 

42. C10 - Before a motor vehicle that is carrying dangerous goods classified as Class I in the IMDG Code and is to be stowed under deck or towed on and off a closed vehicle deck, the vessel's master shall ensure that:

 

43. C10 - A thick wooden block built to take a rope whose circumference is half the length of the block?

 

44. C10 - An absolute necessity for proper stowage of break bulk cargo and, when cargo damage occurs, may result in allegations of bad stowage by cargo claims being difficult to refute.

 

45. C10 - Under identical load conditions, nylon, when compared with natural fiber line, will stretch:

 

46. C10 - Adding weight on one side of a floating vessel, in the absence of external forces, causes the vessel to:

 

47. C10 - An electro hydraulic grapple for handling logs in bundle. It grips only the uppermost logs in the bundle and is unaffected by submersion in the water.

 

48. C10 - Automatic shutdown of the inert gas blowers and gas regulating valve shall be arranged in case of faulty condition in the inert gas system. Which of the following conditions has not correct value (high/low) in relation to automatic stop according to present regulation?

 

49. C10 - For tankers of 20000 but less than 50000 tonnes deadweight, what should be the strength of the emergency towing arrangement?

 

50. C10 - For tankers of over 50,000 deadweight, what should be the strength of the emergency towing arrangement?

 

51. C10 - The maximum draft to which a vessel can legally be submerged is indicated by the:

 

52. C10 - On the cargo manifest, the total weight of a box containing cargo is the:

 

53. C10 - It is an inexact unit of cargo capacity often used to describe the capacity of container ships and container terminals.

 

54. C10 - A vessel that has a concentration of weight toward the top of the vessel is said to be:

 

55. C10 - Which is the lowest temperature at which the liquid will flow when cooled under prescribed condition?

 

56. C10 - During the STS operations while underway, the following signals from the IMO's Collision Regulations must be displayed by both ships.

 

57. C10 - Does a vessel's trim has any influence on steering abilities?

 

58. C10 - What is the meaning of "Harmful Substances" under MARPOL?

 

59. C10 - How often should the temperature inside the compartment with refrigerated cargo be checked and recorded?

 

60. C10 - All gas carriers, when the design temperature is below -55 degrees C and the tank is not independent type C, what ballast tanks must we have?

 

61. C10 - Also called insulated or CONAIR containers, do not have their own refrigeration unit and thus reliant on an external supply of cold air.

 

62. C10 - Any square, round, waney or other timber, or any pitch pine, mahogany, oak, teak or other heavy wood-goods, Whatever?

 

63. C10 - This expression applies to the more valuable classes of timber, such as oak, mahogany, beech, whitewood, etc., used in the furniture and allied trades.

 

64. C10 - It is defined as the remnants of any cargo materials on board that cannot be placed in proper cargo holds and elsewhere after unloading operation is completed:

 

65. C10 - Your vessel has been loaded in a sagging condition. Enroute you encounter heavy weather and notice buckling in the midship deck plating of your vessel. To relieve the strain you could:

 

66. C10 - The difference between the height of the metacenter and the metacentric height is termed:

 

67. C10 - After unloading of wood chips go through dust _______ to remove foreign matters before entering a pulp plant from a stockyard.

 

68. C10 - Which is CORRECT to claims in respect of expenses incurred or sacrifice made by the owner voluntarily to prevent pollution damage?

 

69. C10 - Result of two forces acting in opposite directions on the same line.

 

70. C10 - Argon is classified as a:

 

71. C10 - Barium cyanide solid is classed as "poison B" and cannot be stowed near:

 

72. C10 - A non-combustible material is a material which neither burns nor gives off flammable vapors in sufficient quantity for self-ignition when heated to approximately __________ ºC, this being determined in accordance with Fire Test Procedure Code.

 

73. C10 - In Container Identification System, the Equipment Category Identifier represented by Capital letter "J" in Latin Alphabet means:

 

74. C10 - A vessel is “listed” due to the following conditions?

 

75. C10 - Generally referred to as the GZ in the transverse stability diagram, is usually found from the curve drawn through a set of these values which have been calculated for each 10° of heel.

 

76. C10 - Which practice should be followed while loading a tanker?

 

77. C10 - When reference is made to methods of discharging a crude oil ship. This covers the following EXCEPT:

 

78. C10 - Which of the following is INCORRECT when carrying coal?

 

79. C10 - What precaution must you take when setting a heavy lift on deck if it exceeds the deck load capacity? I. Place dunnage under it to disperse the weight II. Shore up in the area where it is to be placed

 

80. The crane manufacturer's operating tables are posted near the __________.

 
 

81. Insulating flanges minimize the dangers arising from __________.

 
 

82. The KG of a vessel is found by dividing the displacement into the __________.

 
 

83. Vertical moments are obtained by multiplying a vessel's weight and its __________.

 
 

84. When the height of the metacenter is less than the height of the center of gravity, a vessel has which type of stability?

 
 

85. A tank which is NOT completely full or empty is called __________.

 
 

86. The difference between the initial trim and the trim after loading is known as __________.

 
 

87. Assuming that the recommended hatch loading sequence is followed, how many long tons of iron ore may be loaded through hatch No. 3 while using a single belt loader to arrive at a desired mean keel draft of 27'-07"? (Use the Guidance Manual for Loading M.V. GRAND HAVEN.)

 
 

88. Your vessel's existing draft is FWD 29'-05

 
 

89. Using the Guidance Manual for Loading the M.V. Grand Haven, determine the amount of ballast required in tank No. 1 (P&S) to maintain drafts of 17'-00" forward and 22'-06" aft for a vessel loaded with grain which has a test weight of 43 lbs.

 
 

90. Assuming that the recommended hatch loading sequence is followed, how many long tons of iron ore may be loaded through hatch No. 1 while using a single belt loader to arrive at a desired mean keel draft of 29'-11"? (use the Guidance Manual for Loading M.V. GRAND HAVEN)

 
 

91. What is the meaning of the term tare weight?

 
 

92. Two falls are supporting a 1.5 ton load. The port fall is at an angle of 40° from the vertical. The starboard fall is at an angle of 70° from the vertical. What is the stress on each fall?

 
 

93. What is a wet cargo?

 
 

94. The label required on containers carrying barium oxide in an international shipment must read __________.

 
 

95. The signal man assisting the crane operator first taps the top of his head with his fist and then proceeds to use regular signals. This is the signal to __________.

 
 

96. The securing systems for containers were developed to prevent container movement during which ship motion?

 
 

97. What are tank vessels handling grade B liquids required to have their cargo pumps separated from all sources of vapor ignition by?

 
 

98. Because of the arrangement of the cell guides, the MOST important factor while loading containers is the __________.

 
 

99. While loading a cargo of grain, your vessel develops a list to starboard. This will be corrected by __________.

 
 

100. According to the Chemical Data Guide, 1,3 - pentadiene possesses which characteristic?

 
 


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