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1. C10 - In the event of a power failure during cargo loading operations, what technical parts could stop the movement of an electric powered cargo winch?

 

2. C10 - It is the term used for the impact between two vessels when one of them is in motion and the other one is stationary.

 

3. C10 - One of your crew members falls overboard from the starboard side. You should IMMEDIATELY:

 

4. C10 - Quickwater begins to move forward, up the ship's side, when the ship is making a speed approximately ________ knot, and the quickwater reaches the ship's midships section when the ship moving at a speed of ________ knots.

 

5. C10 - The action necessary to transfer the steering control from the wheelhouse to local control in order to use the steering gear room trick wheel, is to:

 

6. C10 - The ballast valve of the fore peak tank is located in the duct keel and cannot be opened or shut by remote operation. The valves of other tanks can be operated remotely without any trouble Which of the following will be the best practice?

 

7. C10 - The maneuver which will return your vessel in the shortest time to a person who has fallen overboard is:

 

8. C10 - The pivot point of a vessel when going ahead is located:

 

9. C10 - The propeller stopped with the rudder in hard over position. The vessel is turning slowly. In order to make her turn faster without increasing forward speed, give:

 

10. C10 - The tendency of a vessel being attracted bodily towards the bank is known as:

 

11. C10 - These propeller are in turning but the shaft revolves always in the same direction the astern power being obtained by reversing the pitch of the screws:

 

12. C10 - To recover a man overboard in a racetrack turn, the vessel is steadied for the SECOND time after a turn of how many degrees from the original heading?

 

13. C10 - What charging process produces where battery charging rooms should be well ventilated?

 

14. C10 - What are the forces that act and play a role in determining the position of pivot point?

 

15. C10 - What do you add as the proper way to mix the electrolyte for a battery?

 

16. C10 - What do you call when the cable nips round the stern and breaks the anchor out of its holding ground?

 

17. C10 - What do you used on vessels instead of impressed current cathodic protection?

 

18. C10 - What happens when electrical cables penetrate watertight bulkheads?

 

19. C10 - What instrument you are going to use aboard ship, to determine a grounded field coil in an AC motor?

 

20. C10 - What is a common occurrence when a vessel is running into a shallow water?

 

21. C10 - What is an electrical device which employs a stationary armature and a rotating electromagnetic field that is used aboard ship?

 

22. C10 - What is commonly means the abbreviation 'PCB' in electronic circuitry?

 

23. C10 - What is known as a device which prints out a permanent record of the plant operating conditions?

 

24. C10 - What is mean by the multiple prefix 'kilo'?

 

25. C10 - What is one function of the movable cams in a drumtype winch motor controller?

 

26. C10 - What is the CORRECT way to do when making way in heavy seas and you notice that your vessel's screw is being lifted clear of the water and racing?

 

27. C10 - What is the diameter of a circle called which traversed by a vessel after running through 360 degrees and maintaining the same speed and rudder angle?

 

28. C10 - What is the function of a full torque electric brake on an electric cargo winch?

 

29. C10 - What is the greatest detrimental effect on idle electrical equipment, such as cargo pump motors?

 

30. C10 - What is the greatest detrimental effect on idle electrical equipment, such as cargo pump motors?

 

31. C10 - What is the number of cells in a 12 volt leadacid battery?

 

32. C10 - What is the proper way to apply plastic electrical tape to an electric cable splice?

 

33. C10 - What is the purpose of an impressed current cathodic protection system aboard ship?

 

34. C10 - What is the resistance of a replacement wire having twice the length and onehalf the crosssectional area of the original wire?

 

35. C10 - What is used aboard ship as an electrical device which employs a stationary armature and a rotating electromagnetic field?

 

36. C10 - What maneuver will return your vessel in the shortest possible time to a person who has fallen overboard?

 

37. C10 - What should be done to a discolored capacitor due to excessive heat should be?

 

38. C10 - What should you do to repair a small electrical motor that has been submerged in saltwater?

 

39. C10 - What will be the freezing point of the electrolyte in a fully charged leadacid battery?

 

40. C10 - What will happen to the pump flow rate by increasing the rotational speed of a cargo pump?

 

41. C10 - When a parallel track search pattern is being carried out, the course of the search units should normally be which of the following?

 

42. C10 - When a vessel is utilizing a single anchor, her bow and stern line to the L jetty, she is said to be:

 

43. C10 - When does a leadacid battery is considered fully charged?

 

44. C10 - When making way in heavy seas you notice that your vessel's screw is being lifted clear of the water and racing. One way to correct this would be to:

 

45. C10 - When troubleshooting AC motors, where do you used portable growler for locating?

 

46. C10 - When troubleshooting electronic equipment, why you should use a high impedance multimeter?

 

47. C10 - What is called as the use of an anchor to assist in turning in restricted waters?

 

48. C10 - What must you be aware of the fact when using the anchor to steady the bow while approaching a dock?

 

49. C10 - You are using the anchor to steady the bow while maneuvering.When do you expect to have the proper scope of anchor cable?

 

50. C10 - As the propeller turns, voids are formed on the trailing and leading edges of the propeller blades causing a loss of propulsive efficiency, pitting of the blades, and vibration. How these voids are known as?

 

51. C10 - When a tug is pulling on a hawser at right angles to the ship, on the ship's engine, what care must be taken by the pilot?

 

52. C10 - You are 15 feet off a pier and docking a vessel using only a bow breast line and stern breast line. Once the slack is out of both lines you begin to haul in on the bow breast line. What is the effect on the vessel?

 

53. C10 - You are docking a vessel in a slip which has its entrance athwart the tide. You land the ship across the end of the pier, stemming the tide, preparatory to breaking the ship around the corner. You have one tug to assist. Where would you generally tie up the tug?

 

54. C10 - You are docking a vessel starboard side to with the assistance of two tugs. You are attempting to hold the vessel off by operating both tugs at right angles to the vessel and at full power. What should you ensure?

 

55. C10 - You are docking a vessel. What is the aspect wind and current are most favorable?

 

56. C10 - You are docking an oceangoing single-screw vessel under normal circumstances with a single tug. What the tug is usually used to?

 

57. C10 - Your vessel is port side to a pier with a spring line led aft from the bow. In calm weather, what will happen to the bow and stern when putting the engines ahead with the rudder hard left?

 

58. C10 - Your vessel is off a lee shore in heavy weather and laboring. Which action should you take?

 

59. C10 - Your ship is drifting in open sea with temporary engine malfunction. You are equipped with precise navigation equipment. What should you do in this situation?

 

60. C10 - You have made a turning test on full speed in deep water. You are now going to make a test in shallow water. Do you think the turning diameter will be the same?

 

61. C10 - You have made a turning circle at full speed in deep water. You are now going to make one with initial speed, slow ahead. Do you think the diameter will differ from that of initial full ahead?

 

62. C10 - A channel is stated as having a controlling depth of 38 feet. Which statement is TRUE?

 

63. C10 - When underway with a tow, you are required to notify the Coast Guard in which casualty situation?

 

64. C10 - You are mooring to a buoy. You should approach the buoy with the current from where?

 

65. C10 - Your vessel is to dock bow first at a pier without the assistance of tugboats. Which line will be the most useful when maneuvering the vessel alongside the pier?

 

66. C10 - You are making a sharp turn in a channel and using a buoy four points on the bow to gauge your rate of turn. If you observe the buoy moving forward relative to you, what should you do?

 

67. C10 - Your vessel is to unmoor. Two tugs will assist at the unmooring. Which position and how do you want to use the tugs?

 

68. C10 - You are planning to anchor in an area where several anchors have been lost due to fouling. As a precaution, whar should you do?

 

69. C10 - Your vessel is proceeding along a narrow channel. The effect called bank cushion has which effect on the vessel?

 

70. C10 - You are making a sharp turn in a channel and using a buoy four points on the bow to gauge your rate of turn. If you observe the buoy moving aft relative to you, what should you do?

 

71. C10 - Your vessel is going alongside. One tug will assist at the mooring. Which position and how do you want to use the tug?

 

72. C10 - Your vessel is to turn in a narrow canal by use of one tug (turn to port with the bow). In which position and how would you use the tug?

 

73. C10 - If there is no slip, what is called as the distance that a ship moves forward with each revolution of its propeller?

 

74. C10 - Your vessel is going alongside a pier. Two tugs will assist at the mooring. Which position and how do you want to use the tugs?

 

75. C10 - Your vessel is being towed and you are using a tripping rope. What is the use of a tripping rope of fiber or wire?

 

76. C10 - What is that common occurrence when a vessel is running into shallow water?

 

77. C10 - Your vessel is backing on the starboard screw, and going ahead on the port screw. What happens to the bow?

 

78. C10 - Your vessel is port side to a pier with a spring line led aft from the bow. In calm weather, which direction when putting the engines ahead with the rudder hard left?

 

79. C10 - You are performing an overtaking maneuver in confined waters. What should you watch out for?

 

80. C10 - You are transiting a narrow channel. What can happen in this situation?

 

81. C10 - You are meeting with another ship in confined waters. What can happen as the ships approach each other?

 

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

 

83. C10 - A crewman has not been seen on board for the past three hours. What type of turn is BEST in the man overboard situation?

 

84. C10 - A motor controller contains three selector push buttons labeled 'start', 'jog', and 'stop'. What happens to the motor when the 'jog' button is pushed?

 

85. C10 - A nickelcadmium battery is receiving a normal charge and gases freely. What should be the charging current?

 

86. C10 - A testing device called a 'growler' is being used to locate a shorted coil in the stator of an AC electrical machine. What happens when the 'feeler' is moved over a slot containing the shorted coil?

 

87. C10 - A twin screw vessel while moving ahead has an advantage over a single vessel because:

 

88. C10 - A vessel's bow thruster is usually quite effective at a speed of up to how many knots?

 

89. C10 - AC circuits develop resistance, inductance, and capacitance. How do you expressed the inductive reactance of a circuit?

 

90. C10 - After maintaining correct discharge pressure, soon ceases to discharge water and what are possible cause?

 

91. C10 - Besides distilled water, what other compounds that the electrolyte in a leadacid storage battery consists of?

 

92. C10 - For more complete vessel protection, what other purposes when using an impressed current cathodic system?

 

93. C10 - From the point where the rudder is put over to any point on the turning circle, the distance a vessel moves parallel to the original course is known as:

 

94. C10 - How can you reduce the moisture damage, as a result of condensation occurring inside of the cargo winch master switches?

 

95. C10 - How do you trickle charge the battery about the standard procedure for maintaining the charge in an emergency diesel starting battery?

 

96. C10 - If a crewmember has fallen overboard during the hours of darkness and you immediately execute a Williamson turn, what is the primary advantage of this maneuver under these circumstance exams?

 

97. C10 - If the line voltage to the controller shown in the illustration is 440 volts, what is applied across the control circuit?

 

98. C10 - In order to minimize the squat effect, what action should be done?

 

99. C10 - In restricted channel, what do you call the tendency of a vessel being pushed away from the bank?

 

100. C10 - In shiphandling in heavy weather, you notice your vessel's screw is being lifted clear of the water and racing. One way to correct this would be to:

 

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