Assessment Test

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1. Your vessel is listing 4degrees to port and has a short rolling period. There is loose firefighting water in the hull. The ship is trimmed down by the head with one foot of freeboard at the bow. Which action should you take FIRST?


2. You are carrying triethylamine, methyl methacrylate and isoprene in your multipleproduct tankship. Which of the following statements is true?


3. You have completed a Dangerous Cargo Manifest for dangerous cargoes loaded on board. In which conspicuous location it should be kept?


4. You have just discharged a Category A chemical cargo and are making the first wash of the tank that had contained it. The washing contain a chemical residual concentration of over 0.1percent by weight. What would you do?


5. C13 - A material which resists penetration by water.


6. C13 - A metal cover for a glass porthole is:


7. C13 - A method of determining the extra load that can be taken on board when a vessel is being loaded in water of less than that of salt water.


8. C13 - A method of making a rope where the lay of the wires in the strand is opposite to the lay of the strands in the rope.


9. C13 - A method used to make an eye in a bight of line where it cannot be spliced is known as:


10. C13 - A packaging term for transport purposes, consisting of one or more inner packaging secured in an outer packaging.


11. C13 - A perforated metal box on the end of a suction pipe, placed to prevent dirt entering the pump.


12. C13 - A permanent installation in a shipyard which is a basin with walls and a floor which vessel maybe floated:


13. C13 - A pesticide that acts in a gaseous state to fumigate.


14. C13 - A petroleum liquid has a flash point of 85F. This liquid is classed as a grade:


15. C13 - A phenomenon due to transfer of moisture through stowed cargo as the ship proceed on her voyage is:


16. C13 - A piece of securing dunnage that runs from a low supporting level up to the cargo at an angle is called:


17. C13 - A piece of securing dunnage that runs from a low supporting level up to the cargo.


18. C13 - A pipe leading from the weather deck to a bilge or double bottom tank, down which a sounding rod may be passed to ascertain the amount of water in the compartment.


19. C13 - A Plan showing the location of cargoes stowed inside the hold:


20. C13 - A portable traverse beam placed across a cargo hatchway that acts as a bearer to support the hatch covers.


21. C13 - A portion of the cargo of an LNG carrier boils off during each voyage. How is the cargo boil off normally handled?


22. C13 - A product that most likely to accumulate static electricity is:


23. C13 - A property relating to the ability of a metal to withstand continuing changes in the direction of application of the stress.


24. C13 - A responsible officer should be appointed to maintain appropriate records and to ensure that ballast water management and/or treatment procedures are followed and:


25. C13 - A semi-automatic tool for handling unitized pulp bales w/out baskets. It has two locating tongues, one at each end so that it cannot slip off.


26. C13 - A set of steps on a ship leading up to a deck from below is known as:


27. C13 - A sheave is a:


28. C13 - A shore is a piece of securing dunnage that:


29. C13 - A short length of chain cable between anchor and windlass.


30. C13 - A snatch block is a:


31. C13 - A space should be ventilated when:


32. C13 - A spreader bar is used in handling cargoes in container to:


33. C13 - A strongback refers to:


34. C13 - A survey may be appointed to certain condition of the cargo before it is loaded are called:


35. C13 - A tank which has been sealed for a long period of time can be dangerous because:


36. C13 - A product can be wound immediately into coils from the rolling mill whilst still hot.


37. C13 - A tank, surrounded by a framework with the overall dimensions of a container for the transport of liquids or gases in bulk.


38. C13 - A term called composed of two or more substance that have a definite proportion of masses.


39. C13 - A term called when a temperature at which a liquid starts to and completely becomes a solid.


40. C13 - A term in ship's ballast management means a process or mechanical, physical, chemical or biological method to kill, remove or render infertile, harmful or potentially harmful organisms within ballast water.


41. C13 - Ballast piping and other piping such as sounding or vent piping to ballast tanks shall not pass through:


42. C13 - What term is used to describe a tank barge constructed with the structural framing outside the cargo tank and the cargo tank plating separated from the shell plating?


43. C13 - How are double-bottom tanks filled?


44. During counterflooding to correct a severe list aggravated by an offcenter load, your vessel suddenly takes a list or trim to the opposite side. What should you do?


45. What does it means to shore up the main deck for the stowage of deck cargo means?


46. Besides to determine the thickness of a vessels shell plating, what else is Ultrasonic testing is used to?


47. You are in a tropical port. The refrigeration machinery on a container loaded with aircooled fruit fails. It cannot be repaired for 18 to 24 hours. Which step should you take to reduce the temperature rise and spoilage of the fruit?


48. 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?


49. Your vessel has run aground and is touching bottom for the first onequarter of its length. What is the LEAST desirable method from the standpoint of stability to decrease the bottom pressure?


50. Your vessel is being towed and backup wires have been installed. What in the event that Backup wires carry the towing load?


51. Your vessel is damaged and is listing to port. The rolling period is short. There is sufficient freeboard so that deck edge submersion is not a problem. What corrective action should be taken FIRST in regard to the vessels stability?


52. Your vessel is damaged and partially flooded. It is listing 12degrees to port and trimmed 8 feet down by the head. It has a long, slow, sluggish roll. Which action should you take FIRST?


53. Your vessel is damaged, and there is no list or trim. The rolling period is short. The freeboard before the damage was 1202 (3.7 meters). It is now reduced to 300(1 meter). Which action would you take FIRST


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