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F2 - CARGO HANDLING AND STOWAGE 1. A chock or support cut to fit the curvature of a cask at its quarters is called _______.

A. a chime B. a stave C. a quoin D. dunnage 2. A container vessel of 15,000 tons displacement is approaching her berth at a speed of 3 knots. Its block coefficient is 0.79. Calculate the value of squat? A. 0.07 m B. 0.14 m C. 0.21 m D. 0.21 m 3. A most important consideration in loading cardboard cartons is to keep the tiers ____. A. level B. staggered at different levels C. dunnaged D. straight and clean 4. A port mark shows; A. where the cargo is coming from B. where the cargo is going C. the name of the consignee D. the name of the shipper 5. A rectangular tank on a tanker is 21 m longitude, 26 m wide and 18 m deep. Mean draft is 15 m. How much oil or relative density 0.84 does it contain if the ullage is 2.6 m? A. 8,255.5 tons B. 8,007.8 tons C. 1,192.5 tons D. 7,063.1 tons 6. A reel; I. Should be stowed on its side whenever possible II. If not possible to stow flat, stow it with its axis running athwartships A. I only B. II only C. I and II D. None of the above 7. A ship displaces 6800 tons and is listed 8 to stbd. Her KG is 6.15 m and her KM is 7.20 m Calculate the weight of cargo to load into the port wing of the hold, at a distance of 12 m from the centerline, in order to make the vessel upright? A. 53.6 tons B. 63.6 tons C. 73.6 tons D. 83.6 tons 8. A term applied to a fore and aft girder running along the side of the ship and also to the outboard strike of plating: A. stringer B. keel C. frames D. chamber 9. A term generally used to designate one of the transverse ribs that make up the skeleton of a ship. A. keel B. frame C. shell plating D. garboard strake

10. A vessel is "listed" when it is: A. down by the head B. inclined due to the wind C. inclined due to an off-center weight D. down by the stern 11. A vessel is steaming near the coast of West Africa when it was accidentally grounded due to an error navigation. This is known as: A. ditching B. stranding C. grounding D. beaching 12. A vessel with a FWA 300 mms has a draft of 6.80 in density 1025/m kg. Find its approximate increase in draft when docking to a berth of density 1008 kgs/m? A. 204 mms B. 19.4 cms. C. 7.004 m D. 6.596 m 13. As a rough estimate ____ occurs at the maximum deck edge immersion. A. Angle of heel B. vanishing angle C. angle of loll D. maximum angle 14. As a rule of thumb when maneuvering to a berth, a vessel moving at 1 knot travels: A. 100 ft/minute B. 110 ft/minute C. 120 ft/minute D. 130 ft/minute 15. Bilge-free stowage means A. stowing a cask on supports to raise its bilge free of the deck B. casks must not be stowed in the bilges C. regulations prohibit stowage in the bilge of a vessel D. the bilge of a cask must be clear of all sharp objects 16. By definitions, a "Spar Deck' is the: A. lower most continuous deck broken by water tight B. upper or weather deck above the main strength deck C. after most weather deck above the main strength deck D. deck of light construction below the main or strength deck 17. If the result of loading a vessel is an increase in the height of the center of gravity, there will always be an increase: A. righting moment B. righting arm C. metacentric height D. vertical moments 18. If the VCG of the ship rises 1.7 feet, the GZ for the various angles of inclination will: A. increase B. decrease C. be changed by the amount of GG' X cosine of the angle D. remain unchanged 19. If the vessels summer draft is 6.70 m, moulded depth is 12.3 m, what is her tropical freeboard? A. 6.6 m B. 5.46 m C. 5.6 m D. 5.74 m

20. If two falls are attached to each other at the after end of the hatch, a boom is rigged in a fore and aft line through: A. at right angle to the boom when viewed from above B. abreast the keel C. forward of the spider band D. aft of the keel 21. In a Burton rig, the dock boom can also be called the: A. hatch boom B. offshore boom C. stay boom D. yard boom 22. In a general cargo ship, bales of Linen or Fabric should not be stowed together with sacks of tea because: A. tea could damage the linen by staining B. tea could contaminate the linen C. tea is a food item D. tea could damage the fabric by tainting 23. In shipping, the tendency of certain goods to self-destruct by spontaneous heating, wasting, rotting, fermentation: A. included danger B. latent risk C. latent defect D. inherent vice 24. In the presence of external forces, the center of buoyancy of an inclined vessel is vertically aligned with the: A. metacenter B. center of gravity C. center of flotation D. keel 25. Initial metacentric height cannot be used as an indication of stability for angles of over about 15 since_______. A. the metacenter then ceases to exist B. center of gravity moves downward C. KM is too high due to list D. the metacenter moves upward 26. Intact buoyancy is a term used to describe: A. an intact space below the surface of a flooded area B. the volume of all intact spaces above the waterline C. an intact space which can be flooded without causing a ship to sink D. the space at which all the vertical upward forces of buoyancy are considered to be concentrated 27. Lightening holes cut out of a solid floor allow for which of the following? I. Access during construction and maintenance of the double bottom II. A saving weight A. I only B. II only C. Both I and II D. Neither I nor II 28. Mousing a cargo with marline or small line: A. protects the hook from the sling ring B. prevents the sling ring from coming any of the hook C. increase the lifting capacity of the hook D. prevents undue strain on the sling ring

29. Multiplying the mass of an object by its distance from the baseline results in the ________ moment of that object. A. longitudinal B. transverse C. vertical D. righting 30. Open or partially opened hatches should not be: A. lighted B. covered with tarpaulins C. provided handrails or stanchions D. provided with warning sign 31. Petroleum product having a flash point of 140 Fahrenheit and above are known us ___________.. A. flammable B. combustible C. volatile D. non-volatile 32. Proper stowage for cardboard cartons is __________. A. brick fashion, with an upper carton resting on two cartons below it B. where one carton rests directly on top of another C. with the large cartons on the bottom and small ones on top D. with small cartons placed on top of and inside the perimeter of the top of large cartons 33. Segregating a cargo of finished lumber is best done by _______. A. laying rope yarns athwartship B. painting stripes across the different cargo blocks C. wire and staples D. chalk or a marking pen 34. Shoring under a deck load is usually required when the deck load exceeds how many pounds per square foot? A. 200 B. 350 C. 500 D. 100 35. Stowage containers for immersion suits must not be; A. stored on top of lockers B. capable of being locked C. constructed of fiber glass D. installed on open deck areas 36. The __________ of a space is the percentage of a space which can be occupied by water. A. permeability B. saturation point C. flooding percentage D. water fraction 37. The amount of work done in inclining a ship to a given angle of list is _______. A. statical stability B. initial stability C. dynamical stability D. range of stability 38. The bodily motion of a vessel in an up and down manner is termed: A. heaving B. surging C. swaying D. yawing

39. Where will be the center of gravity of a cargo compartment filled with general cargo with heavier items stowed on the bottom? A. One-half the height of the compartment above its deck B. One-third the height of the compartment above its deck C. One-quarter the height of the compartment above its deck D. At the top of the compartment 40. A barge has a draft of 6.70 m in sea water of relative density 1.025. On arrival at the discharging port, the draft was observed to be 6.786 m. What density is she in? 3 A. 1,015 kgs/m 3 B. 1,012 kgs/m 3 C. 1,016 kgs/m 3 D. 1,000 kgs/m 41. The curvature of the deck in the longitudinal direction. A. sheer B. camber C. baseline D. freeboard 42. The force acting on a single cargo runner which is vertically lifting or lowering a load will be greatest when: A. decelerating when raising the load B. decelerating when lowering the load C. raising the load at constant speed D. raising the load at constant speed 43. The internal volume of a cargo hold measured from the inside faces of the cargo battens, to tank top ceiling and to underside of the beams; A. Gross tonnage B. Deadweight space C. Bale cubic D. Stowage area 44. The oscillating of a vessel on her longitudinal axis is termed as: A. draft B. pitching C. yawing D. heaving 45. The perforated elevated bottom of the chain locker which prevents the chains from touching the main locker bottom. A. draft B. harping C. cradle D. manger 46. The pre-wash procedure for ships carrying non-solidifying substances which have a viscosity equal to or greater than 25 mPa at 20 C is hot water wash of at least: A. 60 C B. 80 C C. 100 C D. 120 C 47. The tendency of flammable liquid to vaporize is indicated by its: A. flammable range B. ignition temperature C. flash point D. convection index 48. The term "ceiling" and "margin plate" are associated with the: A. Main deck B. Engine room C. Crew's quarter D. Tank top

49. The time required to incline from port to starboard and back to port again is called: A. inclining moment B. range of stability C. initial stability D. rolling period 50. What is the spot about which the ship rotates during a turn about one-third oft from the bow? A. Center point B. Pivot point C. Tactical point D. Turning point 51. What percent of cargo in international trade moves by container ship? A. Under 25% B. Under 50% C. Under 75% D. 75% or over 52. 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 A. I only B. II only C. I and II D. None of the above 53. What type of rudder may loose its effectiveness at angles of 10 or more degrees? A. Unbalance B. Contra-guide C. Flat plate D. Balance 54. What type of substance or chemical is used for fumigation called rat-roofing? A. Potassium cyanide B. Carbon monoxide C. Sodium flouracetate D. Potassium nitrate 55. When carried at a lower temperature than required, bananas are chilled. At higher temperature, they ripen. What is the carrying temperature of bananas? A. 11.3 C B. 12.2 C C. 13.3 C D. 14.3 C 56. When counter flooding to correct a severe list aggregated by an off-center load your vessel suddenly takes a list, you should; A. continue counter-flooding in the same direction B. immediately stop counter-flooding C. continue counter-flooding, but in the opposite direction D. deballast from the lowside 57. When using a multiple-part wire rope, tackle such as purchase on a jumbo boom, the greatest load occurs with: A. the hauling part because it must absorb the frictional looses of all the sheaves B. the parts of the movable blocks C. all the parts, dividing the load equally D. the standing part because it is directly connected to the weight 58. Which of the following could result in an incorrect oxygen concentration reading on the oxygen indicator? A. Exposure to carbon dioxide for no more than 1 minute B. None of the above C. Exposure to a very low concentration of sulfur dioxide for no more than 2 minutes D. Exposure to carbon dioxide for more than 10 minutes

59. Which of the following is (are) correct concerning the purpose of frame? I. To maintain the ship original form II. To direct provide longitudinal and transverse strength A. I only B. II only C. Both I and II D. Neither I nor II 60. Which of the following statement is True on a vessel damaged with significant list and trim and list slowly? I. The vessel can be saved if further flooding is stopped II. The vessel will probably capsize from loss stability due to change in waterplane area A. I and II are false B. I and II are true C. Only II is false D. Only I is true 61. Which of the following statement is/are True or False? I. Propeller efficiency decreases with smaller diameter of propeller II. Propulsive efficiency is highest for the single screw A. Only I is true B. I and II are false C. I and II are true D. Only II is false 62. Which of the following will improve stability? A. Pumping the bilges B. Loading cargo on deck C. Closing the watertight doors D. Consuming fuel from a full tank 63. Which type of hull damage should be repaired first: A. damage to interior watertight boundaries B. damage in way of machinery room C. damage below the water line D. damage at or just above waterline 64. With a following sea, a vessel will tend to: A. pound B. heave to C. reduce speed D. yaw 65. You are loaded with bundles of steel from Yokohama to Manila. On passing Northern Luzon, the dew point of the ambient air was observed to be higher than the dew point inside the cargo hold, under this condition, should you ventilate? A. Yes, the hold should be ventilated vigorously B. Yes, but only if the air is free of moisture C. No, because steel products do not require air D. No sweat will form on the steel bundles 66. You are on a box-shaped vessel about to enter a river. At the mouth of the river where the relative density is 1.018,your draft was 5.80 m. What would be the approximate keel clearance in the river dredged to a depth of 8.50 m if its density 1.005 tons/m? A. 5.875 m B. 2.645 m C. 4.875 m D. 4.645 m 67. "Beam Filling" refers to; A. distributing cargo in the wings of cargo holds and in the twin decks B. stowing beams in the spaces between other cargo C. cargo, like small packages, that can conveniently fill the empty spaces between beams D. stowing cargo athwartship

68. The ___________ is an imaginary line, 75 mms below the bulkhead deck. It is assumed that the ship which is sunk to this line would still be navigable in fine weather. A. deck line B. margin line C. statutory line D. surge line 69. "Advalorem Cargo" is cargo __________. A. carried at a freight that reflects its true value B. worth the same as the freight rate charge C. worth the same as the freight rate charge D. none of the above 70. "Long Hatch is; A. when disproportionate amount of cargo for one port is stowed under anyone hatch B. a hatch with a large opening to accommodate cargo such as pipe and railroad C. a hatch over 13 meters in length D. a hatch whose length is the same as the length of the cargo hold 71. "Optional Cargo" refers to cargo that; A. may or may not be carried B. may be all or partly discharged at one or more ports C. the shipper may substitute for another D. maybe carried either on deck or below deck 72. "Overstowing" cargo occurs when; A. one cargo prevents unloading another cargo and must be moved before unloading can continue B. one commodity is stowed above another C. more cargo is accepted than the vessel can carry D. excess cargo must be stowed on deck 73. A barge 70 m long 12 m wide with a depth of 8 m has an amidship compartment 15 m long, filled with cargo whose permeability is 45%. She is on even keel at 5.80 m. Calculate the increase in draft if this compartment is bilged? A. 0.62 m B. 0.78 m C. 0.95 m D. 0.68 m 74. A barge 70 m long, 12 m wide with depth of 8 m has an amid ship compartment 15 m long, filled with cargo whose permeability is 35 %. She is on even keel at 6.10 m. Calculate the draft if this compartment is bilged? A. 6.69 m B. 6.60 m C. 6.95 m D. 7.68 m 75. A bow thruster is usually quite effective at speeds of: A. 5 knots or less B. 2 knots or less C. 3 knots or less D. 4 knots or less 76. A box-shaped vessel 45 m long, 10 m wide and 8 m deep is floating at a mean draft of 6.2 m in a dock where the density is 1.010 tons/m. Find its displacement? A. 2,818 tons B. 3,600 tons C. 3,636 tons D. 2,790 tons

77. A box-shaped vessel floats at a mean draft of 6.60 on departure from a loading port where the density is 1.010 tons/m. What will be her draft at sea? A. 6.765 m B. 6.750 m C. 6.590 m D. 6.503 m 78. A container vessel of 12,000 tons displacement is approaching her berth at a speed of 4 knots. Its block coefficient is 0.78. Calculate the value of squat? A. 0.12 m B. 0.25 m C. 0.30 m D. 0.36 m 79. A box shape vessel of 60 m long and 12 m wide is loading in seawater. How many tons is required to increase or decrease her mean draft by one centimeter? A. 7.38 tons B. 7.20 tons C. 7.43 tons D. 7.28 tons 80. A one cubic foot block of wood is equal to _____ board feet. A. One B. none of these C. twelve D. insufficient dimension 81. A one knot current has approximately the same effect on a given surface area as a: A. 10 knot wind B. 15 knot wind C. 20 knot wind D. 30- knot wind 82. A plate used vertically in the bottom of a ship running athwartship from bilged usually on every frame to: A. floor B. intercostals plates C. double bottom D. frames 83. The tendency of a solid or liquid substance to pass into the vapor state at a given temperature is known as the___________. A. flammability B. condensation C. volatility D. sublimation 84. A rectangular tank on a tanker is 21 m long, 26 m wide and 18 m deep. Mean draft is 12.2 m. How much oil relative density 0.84 will it accommodate if filled to full capacity? A. 10,074 tons B. 9,828 tons C. 6,827.7 tons D. 6,661 tons 85. A rectangular tank on tanker is 21 m long, 26 m wide and 18 m deep. Mean draft is 14 m. How much oil of relative density 0.84 will it hold if filled to 97% capacity? A. 8,255.5 tons B. 6,097.8 tons C. 8,007.8 tons D. 6,227.8 tons 86. A relief valve for a cargo pump is generally installed: A. after the suction valve B. between the pump and discharge valve C. after the discharge valve D. between the pump and the suction valve

87. A ship 80 m long, 18 m wide and 12 m deep is floating in fresh water. The length and breadth of the water plane at a draught of 4.5 m is 78 m and 16 m respectively. What is the vessel's displacement if block coefficient is 0.82? A. 4,605.1 tons B. 14,169.5 tons C. 4,720.2 tons D. 14,169.6 tons 88. A ship displaces 6100t and is listed 7 to stbd. Her KG is 6.20 m and her KM is 7.00 m Calculate the weight of cargo to load into the port wing of the hold, at a distance of 13 m from the centerline, in order to make the vessel upright. A. 46 tons B. 56 tons C. 26 tons D. 36 tons 89. A ship's water plane has 7 ordinates. If the length of the water plane is 60 mtrs. What is the common interval (h)? A. 9 m B. 12 m C. 15 m D. 10 m 90. A vessel loaded with steel coils is coming from Panama to Vancouver. On passing North California, the holds were ventilated. What happens under these circumstances? A. Cargo sweat will occur in the hold B. The cargo will partly experience sweat C. No cargo sweat will occur D. Amount of dew will increase 91. 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? A. Discharge a center double bottom tank B. Discharge a full double bottom tank on the portside C. Discharge a full double bottom tank on the starboard side D. None of these 92. After measuring the length to which shoring should be cut, you should cut the shore: A. Approximately 1/3 inch longer per foot of shoring to allow for wet expansion B. Approximately inch shorter per foot of shoring to allow for wet expansion C. Approximately 1/5 inch shorter per foot of shoring to allow for wet expansion D. Approximately inch shorter per foot of shoring to allow for wet expansion 93. Boxes of bananas are loaded in Puerto. Limon bound for Rotterdam. What happens when a carrying temperature of 10 Celsius is maintained throughout the voyage? I. Bananas are chilled II. Black spots spear under the peeling III. Bananas will ripen A. I only B. I and III C. Both I and II D. I, II and III 94. Buckler plates are: A. metal plates secured over the tops of the hawse pipe B. metal plates use for closing Panama fairlead C. metal plates for closing the anchor chain passage D. metal plates on the top of the spurling pipe

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95. Floodable length is the maximum length of a compartment that can be flooded without causing the vessel to sink. This value when multiplied by the Factor Of Subdivision results in: A. floodable length B. permissible length C. bilging D. increase in draft 96. Good left over at the completion of discharging operation which is eventually sold by the ship owner to meet claims for short delivery are called: A. residue B. remnants C. oddments D. excess cargo 97. In ship handling as the beam of the vessel increases for a given length, it is apparent that directional stability: A. remain constant B. develop an adverse effect C. increase D. decreases rd 98. Simpson's 3 rule in finding the area of a water plane is also known as: A. 5/8 rule B. 3/8 rule C. 6/8 rule D. 2/8 rule 99. Simpson's first rule states that the area between 3 consecutive ordinates plus 4 times the middle, all multiplied by ___________ of the common interval. A. B. 2/3 C. D. 1/3 100. Stowing small, durable packages or cargo items in spaces or voids between larger pieces is called: A. additional cargo B. filler cargo C. slack cargo D. cargo remnants 101. " Broken Stowage" refers to space lost by; A. dunnage B. all of the above C. the ship's fittings D. the shape of the hold and its relation to the cargo to be stowed there 102. A "Tom" is a timber used to secure cargo by running from: I. An upper support down to the cargo II A lower support up to the cargo A. I only B. II only C. either I or II D. none of the above 103. A barge 50 m long, 9 m wide a depth of 8 m has an amidship compartment 12 m long, filled with cargo whose permeability is 55 %. She is on even keel at 5.75 m. Calculate the draft if this compartment is bilged. A. 6.79 m B. 6.80 m C. 6.62 m D. 7.12 m

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104. A barge has a mean draft of 5.80 m in sea water of density 1.025 tons/m. On docking, the mean draft became 5.945 m What is the dock water density? 3 A. 1,015 kgs/m 3 B. 11,012 kgs/m 3 C. 11,016 kgs/m 3 D. 1,000 kgs/m 105. A barge is 68 m long and 10 m wide. Which is true of the following? I. It has a TPC of 6.97 in seawater II. To increase her mean draft by one cm., 6.97 tons should be loaded III. To decrease her mean draft by one cm.,6.97 tons should be loaded A. I and II only B. II and III only C. I and III only D. I,II and III 106. A barge of 70 m long and 14 m wide is loading in fresh water. How many tons is required to increase or decrease her mean draft by one centimeter? A. 9.8 tons B. 7.8 tons C. 9.28 tons D. 8.28 tons 107. A block that can be opened at the hook or shackle end to receive a bight of the line is a: A. bight block B. gin block C. heel block D. snatch block 108. A box-shaped vessel 65 m long, 10 m wide and 8 m deep is in port where the density is 1.016 tons/m. If the displacement is 2,840 tons, what is its draft? A. 4.30 m B. 4.45 m C. 4.60 m D. 4.75 m 109. A box-shaped vessel 65 m long and 8 m wide is floating at an even keel of 4.62 m. If the displacement is 3,027 tons, what is the relative density of the water where the vessel is in? A. 1.016 B. 1.014 C. 1.011 D. 1.008 110. A cargo plan which shows the ships profile and uses block spaces with the name of each commodity carried is: I. Called a commodity type stowage plan II. The same as a block type stowage plan A. I only B. II only C. I and II D. none of the above 111. A flounder plate on a toppings lift is: A. a swivel pin for the topping lift B. a triangular steel plate with a hole at each corner C. fairlead D. the lower block of a multiple part topping lift 112. A metal ring on the bottom of a block to which the standing part of a tackle is sliced is known as a (an): A. becket B. loop C. swivel D. eye

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113. A ship 80 m long, 18 m wide is floating in water whose density is 1.018 tons/m, the length and breath of the water plane at a draught of 6.5 m is 78 m and 16 m respectively. What is the vessel's displacement if block coefficient is 0.82? A. 9,528.5 tons B. 6,771.6 tons C. 9,525.5 tons D. 7,333.3 tons 114. A snatch block is a: A. hinged block B. block used only with manila rope C. chock roller D. strong block used for short, sharp pulls 115. A vessel is proceeding along the English Coast when it sprang a leak on the hull below the waterline. Efforts to patch her proved futile. It was added to ditch her to the nearest shoal. This is termed as: A. ditching B. stranding C. beaching D. grounding 116. Although a hold is full of cargo, any remaining space that could possibly fill with water in a casualty is known: A. floodability B. cargo permeability C. broken stowage D. broken stowage 117. An inert gas system installed on a tanker is design to: A. force toxic and explosive fumes from a cargo tank vent to the outside temperature B. increase the oxygen level C. increase the rate of discharging cargo D. lower the oxygen level inside cargo tank, making explosion nearly impossible 118. As a useful guide in case of flooding of the engine room. It is prudent to use permeability in calculating the flooded space. A. 60 B. 70 C. 80 D. 90 119. As a useful guide when maneuvering to a dock, a vessel moving at 2 knots travels: A. 200 ft/min B. 210 ft/min C. 220 ft/min D. 230 ft/min 120. As per SOLAS regulation, dangerous goods shall be loaded, secured and stowed safely and efficiently in accordance with the nature of the goods. Goods shall be segregated from one another. A. odorous B. incompatible C. dangerous D. hazardous 121. At any given draft the TPI of a vessel can be found by dividing the area of the water plane by: A. 240 B. 120 C. 420 D. 460

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132. Liquids that evaporate readily are known as___________ liquids. Any petroleum product with a flash point below 60 C is classed as: A. flammable B. combustible C. volatile D. non- volatile 133. Non-combustible material is a material that neither burns nor gives off flammable vapors in sufficient quantity for self-ignition when heated to approximately: A. 750 C B. 140 C C. 350 C D. 500 C 134. On a break bulk cargo, you are loading cylinders of acetylene. Which of the following is true? A. The cylinders must have red label for flammability and a green label for compressed to be the equivalent of hazardous substance B. Stowage in the upper twin deck is considered to be the equivalent of "on deck stowage" C. The cylinders must be stowed at least 10 horizontal feet from corrosive materials in the same place D. The cylinders may be protected from the radiant heat of the sun by laying a trap on Them 135. On a cargo crane the boom indicator tells the operator what angle the boom angle as compared to the: A. vertical position B. minimum radius angle C. boom stop angle D. horizontal position 136. Packages containing a harmful substance shall be durably marked with the correct technical name, and further shall be labeled to indicate that the substance is a: A. harmful substance B. hazardous cargo C. dangerous cargo D. marine pollutant 137. Reid Vapor Pressure is the vapor pressure exerted by a liquid when heated to a temperature of ___________ deg C by laboratory testing in a standard manner. A. 80 B. 90 C. 100 D. 120 138. Remote controls for quick- closing shut off valves required in how many locations? A. 3 B. 2 C. 1 D. 4 139. SOLAS Regulation VII/6 on the stowage of dangerous goods in packaged form that gives off dangerously vapors shall be stowed in a mechanically ventilated space or on: A. shelter deck B. a segregated locker C. separate container D. deck 140. Sometimes it is desirable to connect a member of both by riveting and welding. Which statement is True: A. the weld increases the tensile stress on the rivet heads B. the weld may be broken by the stresses caused by riveting C. tearing through the member is more likely in this type connection D. the welding must be completed before riveting commences

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141. The____________ of a dry bulk cargo refers to the saturation of that dry bulk cargo with water to the point where it acts as a liquid. A. saturation point B. moisture limit C. flow state D. viscosity 142. The advantage of using derrick system is which of the following? A. All of these B. Cargo works is permitted on both sides of the ship C. Two derricks at each hatch D. Quick discharge or loading 143. The bodily motion of a body from side to side is termed: A. heaving B. surging C. swaying D. yawing 144. The bulk head deck is that deck up to which all main ____________ and watertight bulkheads are carried. A. non-watertight B. transverse C. longitudinal D. weather-tight 145. The effects of the free surface on initial stability depend upon the dimensions of the surface of the free liquids and the: A. volume of liquid in a tank B. location of the tank in the vessel C. height of the center of gravity of the vessel D. volume of displacement 146. The entries in the Oil Record Book shall be in an official language of the state whose flag the ship is flying. For ships holding an IOPP certificate. It should be in: I. English II. French III. Spanish A. I only B. II only C. I and II only D. Either I, II or III 147. The most detrimental effect on initial stability is a result of loose liquids: A. flowing in and out of a holed wing tank B. flowing from fore and aft within a vessel C. flowing from side to side within the vessel D. pocketing in a slack as a vessel heels 148. The numerous post fitted throughout the vessel, their use is to give vertical support to girders, deck beams, and: A. chamber B. sheer C. pillar D. bilge strake 149. The oscillation of a vessel along her vertical axis is: A. swaying B. pitching C. yawing D. heaving

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160. The term "Short Landing" refers to; A. a wharf that is considerably shorter than the ship B. when the amount of cargo discharged is less than that shown on the Cargo Manifest or Bill of Lading C. discharging cargo at a port ahead of its destination D. handling cargo where the winged-out boom barely plumbs the pier stringer 161. The timber deck cargo should be secured throughout by independent lashing spaced not more than___________. A. 2 m B. 3 m C. 1 m D. 4 m 162. The welds used to join shell plates in flush construction are known as: A. steam welds B. fillet welds C. butt welds D. continuous welds 163. This is the allowance given to the draft when vessel passes from fresh water of density 3 3 1,000 kgs./m to the sea water of density 1,025 kgs./m or vice versa. A. allowable increase B. dockwater allowance C. fresh water allowance D. TPC 164. To reeve a right-angle three fold purchase start with the: A. left sheave top block B. middle sheave bottom block C. left sheave bottom block D. right sheave bottom block 165. To rigidly fasten together the peak frames, the stem, and the outside framing, a horizontal plate is fitted across the: A. inter-coastal plate B. breast hook C. apron plate D. joiner 166. To separate different kinds of bulk grain stowed in the same hold separation cloths should_____________. A. be laid tight between the cargoes B. be laid slack between the cargoes C. not be used D. placed next to the cargo 167. Using a safety factor of five, determine what is the safe working load for 3 inch Manila line with a braking stress: A. 0.98 tons B. 2.45 tons C. 0.82 tons D. 12.25 tons 168. What bulkheads subdivides the ship into independent compartments to limit the extent for flooding? A. Accommodation B. Transverse watertight C. Longitudinal D. Compartment

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197. A box-shaped vessel has a mean draft of 4.65 m in sea water. What would be the approximate mean draft upon entering a port of relative density 1.012? A. 4.59 m B. 4.68 m C. 4.61 m D. 4.71m 198. IMG Code classifies inflammable solid as: A. Class 5.1 B. Class 4.3 C. Class 4.1 D. Class 5.2 199. Initial stability is the ___________ stability of a ship at a very small angle of list. A. statical B. dynamical C. transverse D. longitudinal 200. Odorous cargoes are those that: A. are liquid but are in containers B. are exceptionally dusty and leave a residue C. are susceptible to damage by tainting D. give off fumes that may damage other cargoes 201. The strength of a deck will be increased by adding _____________. A. camber B. hatch beams C. deck beam brackets D. sheers 202. Oil transfer operations should begin at a reduced rate so that: A. couplings, flanges, gland, etc can be checked B. water around the vessel can be checked C. proper line up of valves and tanks can be checked D. all of these 203. A cargo of 50 tons is to be loaded on deck 20 feet from the ship's centerline. The vessel's displacement including the 50 tons cargo will be 3,000 tons and the GM three feet. The list of the vessel after loading this cargo will be _________ degrees. A. 5.35 B. 6.10 C. 5.80 D. 6.35 204. Bilge keels are fitted on the ships to: A. protect the vessels from slamming against the pier B. assist in drydock alignment C. improve the vessel's stability D. reduce the rolling of the vessel 205. A floating vessel will behave as if all of its weight is acting downward through the: A. center of gravity B. center of buoyancy C. center of floatation D. reserve buoyancy 206. The space or tanks formed by the bottom shell plating on the inner bottom or tank top. A. deck beam B. girders C. pillar D. double bottom

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216. The result of two forces acting in opposite directions and along parallel lines, is an example of what type of stress? A. Shear B. Tensile C. Compression D. Strain 217. What is the displacement of a barge which measures 85' x 46' x 13' and is floating in salt water with a draft of ten feet? A. 1452 tons B. 500 tons C. 1117 tons D. 17.5 tons 218. Application for waivers of any requirement of any regulations for oil transfer operations must be submitted; A. the day before the operations B. 10 days before the operations C. 5 days before the operations D. 30 days before the operations 219. The height of the center of gravity for passengers should be assumed equal to: A. 0.5 m above deck level for passengers standing upright B. 1.0 m above deck level for passengers standing upright C. 2.0 m above deck level for passengers standing upright D. 0.3 m above deck level for passengers standing upright 220. The second moment of a ship's water-plane area about the centerline is 20,000 m4 units. The displacement is 7,000 tons while floating in dock water of density 1.008 kgs./m .KB = 1.9 m., and KG = 3.2 m. Calculate the initial metacentric height? A. 1.79 m. B. 1.66 m. C. 1.88 m. D. 1.58 m. 221. What is the stowage factor of a commodity whose density is 15 pounds per cubic foot? A. 133 B. 45 C. 15 D. 149 222. A tankerman who permits or cause oil to go into a navigable waterway may be punished federally by; A. Fine B. All of these C. Imprisonment D. Suspension or revocation of tankerman's document 223. The initial stability of a vessel is most affected by: A. free surface in a compartment B. a reduction of the vessel's freeboard C. free communication in a compartment D. a transverse imbalance of weight in a compartment 224. Manila sling should not be used to load ; A. cotton B. lumber C. tires D. steel 225. When loading different cargoes through the same pipeline you should determine which cargo to load first, Except: A. specific gravity B. trim, hog and sag C. flash point D. cleanliness of commodity

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245. Transverse frames are more widely spaced on a ship that is designed with the ______A. isometric system of framing B. longitudinal system of framing C. centerline system of framing D. transverse system of framing 246. This is the ratio of the immersed volume to the area of the load waterplane multiplied by the mean draught. A. Prismatic Coefficient B. Waterplane Area Coefficient C. Midship Section Area Coefficient D. Vertical Prismatic Coefficient 247. After transferring a weight forward on a vessel, the draft at the center of flotation will: A. decrease B. change, depending on the location of the LCG C. increase D. remain constant 248. Your vessel displaces 696 tons and measures 135' L by 34' B. What is the reduction in GM due to free surface if the fish hold (32' L by 29' B by 9' D) is filled with 2.0 feet of water? (Each foot of water weighs 26.5 tons). A. 2.04 feet B. 2.25 feet C. 1.96 feet D. 2.48 feet 249. Your displacement tonnage is: A. the amount of water the vessel displaces when in a light condition measured in short tons B. the net tonnage minus certain spaces C. the gross tonnage D. the amount of water the vessel displaces at any given draft measured in long tons 250. On tank vessels that use an automatic tape well, free movement of the tape is normally checked by ________________. A. operating the hand clutch B. comparing with a hand tape C. removing the side plate D. using litmus paste 251. Which of the following best indicates how many tons of cargo a vessel can carry? A. Loaded displacement B. Deadweight C. Bale cubic D. Gross tonnage 252. Which substance is Not considered to be "oil" under the pollution prevention regulations? A. Sludge B. Oil mixed with dredge spoil C. Petroleum and fuel oil D. Oil refuse and oil mixed with wastes 253. The advantage in using a single whip tackle is I. The strain on the hauling part is less than the weight II. The direction of the pull of force needed to lift the weight is change A. II only B. Both I and II C. I only D. Neither I nor II 254. If a vessel will list with equal readiness to either side, the list is most likely caused by; A. pocketing of free surface B. off-centering weight C. negative GM D. excessive freeboard

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255. Spontaneous heating of coal rapidly accelerates at the approximate minimum temperature of; A. 100 F B. 111 F C. 88 F D. 119 F 256. What refers to the depth of a petroleum product in a tank? A. Thievage B. Outage C. Innage D. Ullage 257. A tank will hold 153 tons when full of fresh water. Find how many tons of oil of relative density 0.8 it will hold allowing 2% of oil loaded for expansion? A. 130 tons B. 120 tons C. 150 tons D. 110 tons 258. These are those portions of the accommodation spaces which are used for halls,dining rooms, lounges and similar permanently enclosed spaces. A. Public spaces B. Crew spaces C. Passenger spaces D. Service spaces 259. You are planning to use crude oil washing system. What precaution must be taken with the tank as the source for the washing machines? A. the source tank must have been crude B. the oil in the source tank must be sampled for compatibility C. it must be debottomed and the level lowered by at least one meter D. the inert gas system must lower the oxygen content to a maximum of 12% oxygen in the tank 260. Small oil spills on deck can be kept from going overboard by; A. plugging the scuppers B. driving wooden plugs into the vents C. closing the lids on the vents D. plugging the sounding pipes 261. Aboard a vessel, dividing the sum of the transverse moments by the total weight yields the vessel's; A. Vertical moments B. Righting moments C. Transverse position of the center of gravity D. Inclining moments 262. Your vessel is damaged and listing to port. The rolling period is long, and the vessel will occasionally assume a starboard list. Which action should you take First? A. Fill an empty double bottom tank on the starboard side B. Pump out ballast from the port and starboard double bottom tanks C. Transfer all possible movable weights from port to starboard D. Press up a slack centerline double bottom tank 263. A tonnage tax is levied according to the _____________. A. gross tonnage of vessel B. displacement tonnage of vessel C. deadweight cargo tonnage abroad D. net tonnage of vessel

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264. Providing you are not in a special area, such as Mediterranean or Red Sea, how many nautical miles from land must you be throw wooden dunnage in the sea? A. 25 nm B. 3 nm C. 12 nm D. 6 nm 265. You are to load a bagged cargo in the lower hold of a ship equipped with side bilges. The first layer of dunnage should be laid down _______. A. In a fore and aft pattern B. At an angle to the keel, with the forward end inboard C. Diagonally across the entire hold D. At an angle to the keel, with the forward end outboard 266. A crack in the deck plating of a vessel may be temporarily prevented from increasing in length by ______________. A. drilling a hole at each end of the crack B. cutting a square notch at each end of the crack C. slot-welding the crack D. welding a doubler over the crack 267. A cargo that has a stowage factor over 40 is known as a __________. A. hygroscopic cargo B. measurement cargo C. weight cargo D. stowage cargo 268. Cargoes that might leak from containers are known as __________. A. dirty cargoes B. caustic cargoes C. wet cargoes D. bulk cargoes 269. What term indicates the midship portion of a vessel that has a constant cross section? A. Middle body B. Amidship C. Half length D. Moulded length 270. Before a tank is crude oil washed, the oxygen content in the tank must be measured at a position ______________. A. immediately above the level of the oil B. one meter from the deck C. at the top of the tank D. in the vent riser 271. One major advantage of the load-on-top system is that ______________. A. discharge time significantly reduced B. corrosion within the cargo tanks is reduced C. oil that was previously lost is recovered D. multiple-product ships can use it without contamination problems 272. Which of the following is required to be stenciled at the heel of a cargo boom? A. Date of the last guadrennial test B. Safe working load C. Maximum angle of elevation permitted D. Maximum load when doubled up 273. The ability of a material to undergo permanent changes in shape without rupture or loss of strength. It is particularly important when metals undergo forming process manufacture. A. hardness B. tensile strength C. toughness D. ductibility

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283. The difference between the forward and after drafts is called; A. Mean draft B. Parallel sinkage C. Change of trim D. Trim 284. A term applied to a fore and aft girder running along the side of the ship and also to the outboard strake of plating on any deck. A. frames B. keel C. stringer D. camber 285. What is the primary hazard other than fire damage associated with a class C fire? A. susceptible to reflash B. electrocution or shock C. deep seated fire D. explosion 286. What is the area of a circle with a radius of 4 feet after a sector of 111 has been removed? A. 3.90 sq. ft. B. 8.67sq.ft. C. 34.77sq. ft. D. 50.27sq. ft. 287. When weight of 800 lbs. is suspended what is the stress on the hauling part when using a gun tackle rove to least advantage? A. 480 lbs. B. 347 lbs. C. 400 lbs. D. 320 lbs. 288. It is a form of longitudinal deformation under stress by which the middle part of the vessel structure sinks below the extremities. A. sagging B. racking C. hogging D. tension 289. A general purpose electrode which is an almost pure mineral form of titanium oxide giving a good finishing or sound weld. A. hydrogen-controlled electrodes B. putile electrodes C. flux coated mild steel electrodes D. none of these 290. A partially full tank causes a virtual rise in the height of the: A. center of floatation B. metacenter C. center of buoyancy D. center of gravity 291. If you are loading fruit in reefer spaces and you notice that the fruit is beginning to mold, you should: A. write up exceptions on the cargo B. carry the cargo at a cooler temperature than originally planned C. refuse to carry the cargo D. discharge C02 into the compartment after loading 292. When a purchase is rove to advantage this means: A. the hauling part comes from the moving block B. the mechanical advantage is increased by one C. the number of sheaves in the purchase does not change D. all of these

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312. There is a large shipment of case goods available to be loaded on your vessel. You are to load as many tons as possible in a hold which has 32,300 cubic feet left unfilled by cargo. Each case measures 2-feet high by 2-feet wide by 4-feet long and weighs 500 pounds. If you allow a broken stowage allowance of 10% of the 32,300 feet, what is the nearest whole number of tons which may be loaded? A. 324 tons B. 360 tons C. 363 tons D. 406 tons 313. The lower hold of your vessel has a bale cubic of 52,000 cu. ft. You will load a cargo of cases, each weighing 380 lbs. and measuring 3 ft. x 2 ft. x 2 ft. The estimated broken stowage is 15%. How many tons of cases can be loaded? A. 137 tons B. 161 tons C. 625 tons D. 969 tons 314. What is the area of a circle with a radius of 21 feet after a sector of 120 has been removed? A. 115.45 ft. B. 230.91 ft. C. 461.81 ft. D. 923.63 ft. 315. What is the area of a circle with a diameter of 2 feet after a sector of 60 has been removed? A. 0.25 square ft. B. 0.2 square ft. C. 2.09 square ft. D. 2.62 square ft. 316. How many tons of salt water can be loaded into a flat-ended cylindrical tank with a diameter of 4.5 feet and a length of 8 feet? A. 1.82 tons B. 3.64 tons C. 7.27 tons D. 14.54 tons 317. What is the volume in a cone with a base diameter of 8 feet and a height of 6 feet? A. 100.53 ft. B. 131.39 ft. C. 172.72 ft. D. 197.39 ft. 318. Sour crude oil _______. A. contains high quantities of hydrogen sulfide B. is diluted with other products for carriage C. is lighter than other crudes D. is less hazardous to load than other crudes 319. Which statement is Not true concerning precautions during fueling operations? A. All engines, motors, fans, etc. should be shut down when fueling B. All windows, doors, hatches, etc. should be closed C. A fire extinguisher should be kept nearby D. Fuel tanks should be topped off with no room for expansion 320. Oil may Not be transferred unless _______. A. there are two certificated tanker men on each vessel B. the vessel is equipped with constant-tension winches C. discharge containment equipment (i.e. drip pans) are in place D. all of the above

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330. You are on a tankship carrying benzene in bulk. Which statement is True? A. No other cargoes may be carried due to the possibility of contamination by a carcinogen. B. The crew quarters must have positive-pressure ventilation to prevent the fumes from entering the living spaces. C. Personnel taking samples are required to wear protective gloves resistant to benzene. D. Personnel working in regulated areas must use respirators 331. Which cargo would require a dangerous cargo manifest? A. Cotton B. Wheat C. Sugar D. Lumber 332. A "dangerous cargo manifest" is needed for you to carry a combustible cargo. You should obtain the shipping papers to make this "manifest" from the _______. A. Manufacturer B. ABS C. Coast Guard D. Shipper 333. You are on a containership carrying a tank container that had been filled with sodium hydroxide solution. The container is empty but has not been cleaned. Which, if any, placard is required? A. No placard is required; the tank openings must be sealed B. Empty placard with corrosive placard C. Residue label with the UN number D. Black and white corrosive placard 334. What entry on a dangerous cargo manifest concerning the classification of a cargo is correct? A. Class 8 B. Class 3 - flammable liquid C. Division 2.2 - nonflammable gas D. All of these are correct 335. The designations A, B, C, D, and E grades of cargo refer to the _______. A. degrees of quality of petroleum products B. flash point range and Reid vapor pressure index of petroleum products C. grades of crude oil D. pour point, color, and viscosity index of petroleum products 336. For the purpose of regulating tank vessels, flammable liquids are liquids which will ________. A. give off flammable vapors at or below 80F (27C) B. have a Reid vapor pressure of 18 pounds or more C. give off flammable vapors only above 80F (27C) D. sustain combustion at a temperature at or below 100F (38C) 337. How do you determine the weight of the vessel that is supported by the ground when a vessel has run aground? A. This requires extensive calculation and is usually performed only by a naval architect not by a ship's officer B. Determine the point where aground and the draft at that point, then calculate it using the grounding formula C. Use the hydrostatic tables and enter with the mean draft before grounding and the mean draft after grounding D. Use the inclining experiment formula and substitute the change of trim for the angle of list 338. Signs of racking stresses generally appear at the ______. A. bow and stern shell frames and plating B. junction of the frames with the beams and floors C. garboard strake, at each side of the keel

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