Assessment Test

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1. Land based authority responsible for promoting efficient organization of maritime search and rescue and for coordinating the conduct of search and rescue operation within a search and rescue region is known as __________.


2. A place assigned to crew and passengers to muster before being ordered into the lifeboats is known as __________.


3. An escape of oil or liquid from a tank because of a two fold condition as a result of overflowing, thermal expansion, change in trim or vessel movement is known as __________.


4. On or towards the sheltered side of a ship; opposite of windward is known as __________.


5. Vessel’s sideways drift leeward of the desired course is known as __________.


6. Machineries or equipments that are not functioning are known as __________.


7. Oil skimming from the surface of the water is known as __________.


8. A vessel emitting harmful substances into the air or spilling oil into the sea is known as __________.


9. A loudspeaker in the vessel’s cabin, mess rooms, etc., and on deck through which important information can be broadcast from a central point, mostly from the navigational bridge is known as __________.


10. An appointment between vessels normally made on radio, to meet in a certain area or position is known as __________.


11. The movement of an oil rig, drilling platform, etc., from one position to another is known as __________.


12. Speed of a vessel allowing time for effective action to be taken under prevailing circumstances and condition to avoid a collision and to be stopped within an appropriate distance is known as __________.


13. A maximum permissible pressure in cargo hoses is known as __________.


14. SART is an abbreviation of __________.


15. The accidental escape of oil, etc., from a vessel, container, etc., into the sea is known as __________.


16. The final pumping of tank’s residues is known as __________.


17. The allotted place or the duties of each person on board is known as __________.


18. Anti-pollution equipment for combating accidental spills of oil or chemicals is known as __________.


19. A winch which applies tension to mooring lines to keep them tight is known as __________.


20. The word TEU used as standard dimension for container is known as __________.


21. Speed of a vessel required for passage through a canal, fairway, etc., is known as __________.


22. The word that describes a vessel which is not at anchor, or made fast to the shore or aground is known as __________.


23. A vessel being driven along by the wind, tide or current is known as __________.


24. Moving of an anchor over the sea bottom involuntarily because it is no longer preventing the movement of the vessel is known as __________.


25. Often harmful gas produced by fires, chemicals, fuel, etc., is known as __________.


26. A vessel restricted by her ability to maneuver by the nature of her work is known as :


27. A group of dangerous or hazardous goods, harmful substances or marine pollutants in sea transport as classified in the international Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG Code) is known as __________.


28. Escape of liquids such as water, oil, etc., out of pipes, boilers, tanks, etc., or a minor inflow of seawater into the vessel due to damage to the hull is known as __________.


29. An inclination of the vessel to port side or starboard side is known as __________.


30. To secure a vessel in a particular place by means of wires or ropes made fast to the shore, to anchors, or to anchored mooring buoys, or to ride with both anchors down is known as __________.


31. When retarding or advancing ship’s time, the basis is UTC a word UTC means __________.


32. A method of cargo handling by combining two derricks, one of which is fixed over the hatch, the other over the ship’s side is known as __________.


33. The clockwise change in the direction of the wind; opposite of “backing” is known as __________.


34. Reversing the action of a windlass in order to ease the cable of anchors is known as __________.


35. To let out a greater length of cable of anchor is known as __________.


36. Reversing the action of a windlass to lower the anchor until it is clear of the hawse pipe and ready for dropping is known as __________.


37. The general direction from which the wind blows; opposite of leeward is known as __________.


38. The services designed to improve the safety and efficiency of vessel traffic and to protect the environment is known as __________.


39. The termed TSS being used to traffic the vessels in a controlled area by a VTS station is known as __________.


40. A routing measure aimed at the separation of opposing streams of traffic by appropriate means and by the establishment of traffic lanes is known as __________.


41. An area within defined limits in which one-way traffic is established is known as __________.


42. An authorization given by Vessel Traffic Services for a vessel to proceed under specific conditions is known as __________.


43. A vessel’s reduced speed in circumstances where it may be required to use the engine at short notice is known as :


44. A position that a vessel has to pass or at which she has to alter course according to her voyage plan is known as __________.


45. A vessel which has been destroyed, sunk or abandoned at sea is known as :


46. A mark or place at which a vessel comes under obligatory entry, transit, or escort procedure is known as __________.


47. A routing measure comprising a designated area between the landward boundary of a TSS and the adjacent coast is known as:


48. In traffic separation scheme, they have what they called ITZ and ITZ stands for __________.


49. To run a vessel up on a beach to prevent its sinking in deep water is known as __________.


50. A mandatory speed in fairways given by vessel traffic services is known as __________.


51. If you are checking for the presence of sulfite on feed water of boiler, the purpose of this check is __________.


52. After fuel replenishing, knocking occur on diesel engine while it is running, this combustion knock most likely occur as a result of __________.


53. Droplets of fuel injected into the combustion chamber of diesel engine must have adequate penetration to __________.


54. If a coil-type automatically fired boiler is to be laid up wet for a long period of time, the boiler water should be treated in order to ensure that __________.


55. In an automatic auxiliary boiler, a burner that produces black smoke is a result of __________.


56. In cold climate area some smaller diesel engine were installed with electric heater and this heater is used to __________.


57. The designed of fuel injection system is to primarily meter the fuel, atomize fuel and __________.


58. The fourth state of matter is known as __________.


59. If we add energy in the form of heat to ice, the ice melt and becomes water, adding more energy to water it becomes gas and we normally called steam, adding more energy the gas become ionized and this ionization process causes the gas to become electrically conductive, this electrically conductive ionized gas is called __________.


60. It is common for large, low speed main propulsion engine that they are using sea water to directly cool the __________.


61. It is desirable that the characteristic of a bearing material that permits small amount of dirt particles be embedded in its surface in order to prevent damaged to the __________.


62. In marine fuel oil, microbiological growth are common occurrence that can be extremely detrimental to __________.


63. On reversible main propulsion diesel engine, the total starting capacity required for air bottle sufficient to start the engine without replenishing is at least __________.


64. It is normal for the fuel injection nozzles attached to the engine to be opened by __________.


65. Gear pump are used in diesel engines to pump __________.


66. It is a requirement that an automatically fired auxiliary boiler must be fitted with audible and visible signal indicator that signal __________.


67. In order to reduce the risk of corrosion in the heating coil of a coil-type auxiliary boiler, the boiler water alkalinity should be maintained at __________.


68. In two stroke diesel engine, the bearing half that receive the greatest load is the __________.


69. In a common rail fuel system the by-pass valve is the one controlling its __________.


70. Diesel engine maximum lube oil system operating pressure is regulated by __________.


71. Waste heat boiler installation regardless of manufacturer’s design is to control __________.


72. At full throttle, a naturally aspirated diesel engine will have a pressure at the intake manifold slightly __________.


73. Fuel oil produced at the refinery are generally sterile, however, transporting to the distribution site, storage at the refinery and storage in the vessel, the fuel oil may becomes __________.


74. By maintaining the highest practical feed water temperature into the boiler, oxygen can be __________.


75. Concentration of dissolved oxygen in the feed water of an auxiliary boiler can be maintained at acceptable limit by maintaining the __________.


76. It is necessary to rolled, beaded and seal welded around the bead edge when the tube of water-tube auxiliary boiler is __________.


77. A characteristic of the thrust collar in a Kingbury thrust bearing is __________.


78. The fuel oil consumption per horsepower-hour decreases when the air inlet manifold pressure of a diesel engine __________.


79. The winding of an electric generator will become damage if the driving diesel engine is always __________.


80. In order to ensure penetration and distribution of fuel at the combustion chamber during fuel injection period, fuel pressure must __________.


81. Microbiological growth will thrive in the fuel oil tanks when there is __________.


82. Some auxiliary boilers with automatic combustion control systems are designed to cycle burners on in reaction to __________.


83. The main purpose of a gas scrubber in an inert gas generation system is to __________.


84. During the valve overlap period, the exhaust pressure of a turbocharged, four-stroke/cycle diesel engine must be less than the intake manifold pressure to ensure __________.


85. Which of the listed characteristics is common to both wet and dry type diesel engine exhaust mufflers?


86. Exhaust pipes for separate main propulsion diesel engines can be combined only when __________.


87. Marine diesel engine dry-type mufflers reduce noise by __________.


88. Which of the following operating characteristics of the Bendix drive friction clutch is associated with a Bendix drive starter?


89. An increase in diesel engine crankcase pressure generally indicates excessive __________.


90. A water jacket is placed around the exhaust manifolds of propulsion diesel engines to __________.


91. For a diesel engine, approximately how long can an electric starter motor be operated continuously before damage may begin to occur due to overheating?


92. Bearing clearances in small high-speed diesel engines should be measured using _________.


93. A substantial increase in crankcase pressure could be an indication of a/an __________.


94. Diesel engine mufflers reduce noise by __________.


95. The highest possible speed of a vessel is known as __________.


96. The process to reduce the oxygen in a tank by inert gas to avoid an explosive atmosphere is known as __________.


97. An object such as wreck, net, etc., which blocks a fairway, passage way, route, etc., is known as __________.


98. Seawater flowing into the vessel due to hull damage or hatches awash and not properly closed is known as __________.


99. The term used to set free, let loose, or cast off (of anchors, lines, etc) is known as __________.


100. Throwing goods overboard in order to lighten the vessel or improve its stability in case of an emergency is known as __________.


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