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1. The term (TRC) used in ballast management system means __________.


2. The design, construction and materials used suitable and efficient for ballast water treatment which includes vibration, temperature, humidity, power fluctuation, and inclination is the description of __________.


3. The three integral steps for designating an area as ballast water exchange area are __________.


4. The area that may provide the most practical and appropriate area for ballast water exchange is the __________.


5. In 1982 the UNCLOS provides that State shall take all measures necessary to prevent, reduce and control pollution of the marine environment, (UNICLOS) for brevity means __________.


6. In 1992 the CBD noted that the transfer and introduction of harmful aquatic organisms and pathogens via ships’ ballast water threatens the conservation and sustainable use of biological diversity, (CBD) means __________.


7. In 1992 the UNCED requested the International maritime Organization to consider the adoption of appropriate rules on ballast water discharge, (UNCED) means __________.


8. Any violations of the requirements of Ballast Water Management Convention, the sanctions provided for by the laws shall be __________.


9. Lube oil pumps taking suction from the sump of most small marine engines are usually __________.


10. The lube oil pump used in a diesel engine is normally a __________.


11. What is a micro processor?


12. The party principally responsible from damage whenever it occur, it may be a freight forwarder, a broker or a carrier is called __________.


13. A vessel can be considered subjected to hogging when it __________.


14. The most crucial time for any bearing with regards to lubrication is __________.


15. Which journal bearing most easily accommodates the minor shaft alignment?


16. In a desk type centrifugal purifier the contaminated oil enters to the bowl __________.


17. If the Main Engine fuel is only burned from the starboard tanks, the tendency of the ship will __________.


18. What is a measure of the internal resistance of the fluid to the movement of the plate?


19. Tube retarders in scotch boilers are used to _____.


20. What factors shorten the life of valve springs?


21. Diesel engine will lose power if fuel occurs too early because the ____.


22. Lubricating oil is thickened by adding a soap or clay such as ____.


23. In chemical notation a small suffix is used with the letter to indicate the number of ____.


24. In general, on what does the position of the center of buoyancy depends?


25. What is the distance from the centroidal axis of an area at which the entire area could be concentrated?


26. The property of the body which resist changes in it state of rest or uniform motion in a straight called ___.


27. A term used to denote the storage of the work in producing strain within a material which is called____.


28. Which of the following describes the purpose of a striker or double plate?


29. The conical steel or composition cone installed on a propeller known as a fairwater cone, provides which of the following benefits?


30. The internal force in a material in which tends to resist deformation when subjected to external forces is known as:


31. Rate of fuel oil expansion varies directly when heated with the specific.


32. Fuels have energy stored to do work as in pushing the piston during the piston during combustion. What do we call this potential energy?


33. Which bearing half will receive the greatest load in a two stroke cycle engine?


34. When a cube of material is immersed in a liquid and subjected hydrostatic pressure, the cube will suffer a loss in volume as the hydrostatic pressure increases. This is called ____.


35. The perforated elevated bottom of the chain locker which prevents the chains from touching the main locker bottom and allows seepage of water to flow to the drains is called a______ .


36. What are normally the important motion of a vessel while sailing?


37. What is the ratio of shear and the resulting strain?


38. What is the approximate composition of air by mass?


39. In chemical notation a prefix is used to indicate the number of ____.


40. For good performance while a lubricating oil is in the precipitation number should ____.


41. The movement of steam piping, as a result of changes in temperature, is compensated by the use of:


42. Sliding contact bearings are classified into two general categories journal bearing and:


43. A crude petroleum classification in which residue contains more than 5% paraffin wax:


44. A tonnage tax is levied according to the :


45. What is the chemical symbol for fuel butane?


46. What consist of two equal forces acting in oppose along separate parallel lines of action?


47. What is a measure of the rate of motion or speed of a body at any instant?


48. What is a measure of the tendency of a force acting in oppose along separate parallel lines of action?


49. What comes about from some static form of loading and the value of the stress does not change?


50. The garboard strake is the ____.


51. What is the usual unit for moment of inertia of an area?


52. An object that is subject to a force for a very short time is said to have received a/an.


53. What type of additive oil are used on diesel engine to keep engine clean?


54. Mild steel boiler plates ultimate stress in tons per sq. m. is:


55. Ultimate stress of Cast Iron in tons per square meter is:


56. What holds the adjusting ring in place on a safety valve?


57. What is the chemical symbol of the fuel ethane?


58. The second method of Fire Protection to be constructed to passenger vessel is the ____.


59. In passenger ship design, the hull superstructure and deckhouse are subdivided into vertical zone with fire resistance bulkhead how many meters apart?


60. Determine the molecular mass of hydrocarbon where mass of the hydrogen and carbon are 1 and 12 respectively?


61. What is the property of a body which cause it to tend remain in its existing state of rest or motion until is acted by some force tending to change its existing state?


62. Molded depth is measured from the ____.


63. What is the chemical symbol for fuel pentane?


64. What is considered in mechanics as that factor which tends to produce, modify or retarded motion?


65. What is the relationship between viscosity and specific gravity?


66. What is the total heat liberated when one kilogram of the fuel is burned and is measured under laboratory conditions using a calorimeter or similar equipment?


67. A bolt maybe used with __________.


68. Length of screwed rod known as _________ is/are available for use as studs.


69. Sometimes it is desirable to connect a member both by riveting and welding. Which statement is TRUE concerning this procedure?


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


71. What is the element in the combustion of fuel ( in internal combustion engine) that takes no active parts?


72. What is the service life of a seated ball bearing during which no grease is needed?


73. Ships steel plate is 1.8 wide and 6 m long. What is its area?


74. If the wave through is amidship what will happen to the buoyancy?


75. A return spring and ball seat are held in place on top of the exhaust valve bridge of some two stroke cycle engine by a/an:


76. Environmental matching risk assessment, species’ bio-geographical risk assessment, and species-specific risk assessment for the control and management of ship’s ballast water and sediments are __________.


77. The data necessary to enable a risk assessment using environmental matching includes, but not limited to, except __________.


78. Any system which processes ballast water such that it meet or exceeds the ballast water performance standard which includes ballast water treatment equipment, all associated control equipment, monitoring equipment and sampling facilities is known as __________.


79. An equipment which mechanically, physically, chemically, or biologically process, either singularly or in combination, to remove, render harmless, or avoid the uptake or discharge of harmful aquatic organisms and pathogens within ballast water and sediments in known as __________.


80. A substance or organisms, including a virus or a fungus, that has a general or specific action on or against harmful aquatic organisms and pathogens is known as __________.


81. The equipment installed for the assessment of the effective operation of the ballast water treatment equipment is known as __________.


82. The maximum continuous capacity expressed in cubic meter per hour for which ballast water management system is typically approved is known as __________.


83. A test of ballast water management system carried out in a laboratory, equipment factory or pilot plant including a moored test barge or test ship to confirm that the ballast water management system meets the standards is known as __________.


84. A full scale test of a complete ballast water management system carried out on board a ship to confirm that the system meets the standards is known as __________.


85. All working parts of the ballast water management system that are liable to wear or to be damaged should be __________.


86. The ballast water treatment equipment should be provided with simple and effective means for its __________.


87. The ballast water management system control and monitoring equipment should __________.


88. The uptake of ballast water, the storage of ballast water, the treatment of the ballast water, and the discharge of ballast water from ship is included in __________.


89. In sampling ballast water, three replicate samples of discharge water collected at each of three times during the period of discharge (e.g. 3 x beginning; 3 x middle, and 3 x end) is sampling regime for __________.


90. In sampling ballast water, three replicate samples of influent water, collected over the period of uptake (e.g. beginning, middle, end) and three replicate samples of discharge water collected over the period of discharge (e.g. beginning, middle, end) is sampling regime for __________.


91. Ballast water test cycles including invalid and unsuccessful test cycles are to span a trial period of __________.


92. Inclination test of ballast water management system is designed to operate when the ship is upright and when inclined at any angle of list up to and including __________.


93. In ballast water management system, the term (BCF) value mean __________.


94. In ballast water management system the word ((Q)SAR) model mean __________.


95. The term (QMP) used in ballast water management system means __________.


96. The term (QAPP) used in ballast water management system means __________.


97. The term (MSDS) used both on fuel oil and in ballast management system means __________.


98. The word (UNCED) for brevity used in ballast water management convention means __________.


99. In dealing with ballast water, lethal concentration is being tested, the term (NOAECs) for brevity means __________.


100. The term (TRO) used in ballast management system means __________.


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