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More than half of the moon's face appears to be getting sunlight. Full moon: The moon is degrees away from the sun and is as close as it can be to being fully illuminated by the sun from our perspective.
When they do, we have a lunar eclipse as Earth's shadow crosses the moon's face. Waning gibbous: More than half of the moon's face appears to be getting sunlight, but the amount is decreasing.
Last quarter: The moon has moved another quarter of the way around Earth, to the third quarter position. The sun's light is now shining on the other half of the visible face of the moon. Waning crescent: Less than half of the moon's face appears to be getting sunlight, and the amount is decreasing.
Why should the largest scale chart available be used for Because it shows more Because it uses larger symbols. Because it uses better colour. A visual bearing and a radar Which is the more accurate means of position fixing? Two visual bearings Two radar bearings range You expect to sight land at By no land has been sighted, the visibility is good.
A vessel is under pilotage approaching a European port. Who is responsible for the safe navigation of the The pilot The pilot and master The master an duty officer vessel? Where would you find information about a vessel reporting system for a port which you are about to Ocean passages for the world International code of signal Admirality list of radio signals enter?
Your vessel is carrying a full cargo of scrap steel. Which The magnetic compass The gyro compass The satellite navigator item of bridge equipment is likely to be unreliable? Using deck and Sounding a fog signal when in Which of the following options would be considered Using radar when proceeding at full accommodation lights to clear weather,but approaching "good seamanship"?
When the moon is in opposition, the tide is What will be the difference in longitude? What is the main factor which can make actual tidal heights and times different from the predicted heights and times? A ship steers the following courses and distances: Find the resulting distance and course made good. Is the maximum distance at which a What is the definition of the "luminous range" of a light?
Calculate the difference in latitude between the following two positions: The technique used in radar pilotage for continuous monitoring of the vessel's position on the intented track cross indexing presentation stabilization parallel indexing is called… From those listed, the best land target to use for a radar a sloping foreshore a large headland a small isolated feature bearing is Find the distance the vessel traveled?
When choosing objects for position fixing by radar sloping land features large prominent features steep faced features ranges you should, if possible, avoid Before the voyage Gradually during a sea When must a passage plan be prepared? Any of the other options commences voyage. On which side of this buoy should you pass? The vertical distance between the sea bed and the Draft Sounding Underkeel clearance deepest part of the keel is known as the What is a routeing measure aimed at the separation of opposing streams of traffic by establishing traffic lanes Recommended route Traffic separation sheme Separation zone called?
What is the vertical distance on a given day between Lowest astronomical tide Height of tide Highest astronomical tide the water surface at high and low water called?
What are sailing directions also known as? Pilot books Guide to port entry Roteing charts In some conveninent, Always at the bottom left hand Always at the center of the conspicuous place,where it Where is the title of the navigation chart printed? When using great circle sailing the saving in distance is the course is E-W nearer to at the equator the course is N-S the most when Under soundings marked on the chart, the nature of the Shingle Corals Soft mud sea bottom is also indicated.
What does Sh indicate? What charts are used for coastal and pilotage waters? Routeing chart Tide tables Chart catalogues On a navigational chart, what does this figure indicate?
Direction lights Sector lights All of the other options What is the line roughly following the th meridian The equator The date line The greenwich meridian called? What is the meaning of the symbol Cl on a navigational Clay Coral Cloud chart? Where will you find a comprehensive list of navigation charts with their limits, titles, numbers and other Chart folio Chart Chart catalogue information for various parts of the world? In what direction does the axis of the gyro-compass True north North relative Magnetic north motor normally point?
How often is the BA chart catalogue published? Distance on a Mercator chart is measured using Latitude scale Longitude scale Any uniform scale What does this figure indicate on a navigation chart? What is the usual datum for a port or area from which predicted tidal heights are calculated?
From those listed, the best land target to use for radar an edge of land a small rock a low-lying point ranging is a How are Secondary Ports chosen to be linked with a particular Standard Port? A vessel changes latitude miles to the north and makes a departure of miles to the west. What distance has she How is distance measured on a Mercator chart? International Code of signal Because the brightest lights are shown. A radar range and bearing Call the master The trafic controller Mariners handbook The echo sounder Proceeding on the port side of a narrow channel to take advantage of a favourable current.
What is the true course? Magnetic variation changes its value with… Magnetic north The ship's magnetic compass should be adjusted following certain circumstances.
From those listed, which is NOT one of those circumstances? How often the manual steering should be tested? At least once a watch Complex fluid motion in the outer core Magnetic variation for a particular place on the of the Earth causes the magnetic field Earth slowly and constantly changes because… to change slowly with time. This change is known as secular variation. From those listed, which of the statements about magnetic variation is NOT true? What is the main purpose of frequent record of the For checking technical condition of ship's compasses courses and errors in a compass.
From those listed, which is NOT a way of Placing another magnet next to it with destroying magnetism? True Where do you find a note of the annual rate of on the nautical chart for the particular change in the magnetic variation at a place sea area.
Magnetic compass error is… Magnetic north and true north The two unique properties of a free gyroscope rigidity and precession are… The ship's magnetic compass should be especially checked for error following certain circumstances. To convert a compass course to a magnetic deviation. Also known as speed error. Curves on charts showing values of equal Isogonic lines. To convert a magnetic course to a true course, it is variation. How many points of the compass are there? From those listed, which of the statements about Angle between magnetic north and magnetic variation is true?
A gyro compass on a high-speed craft often takes time to settle correctly when altering inertial oscillations course. What causes this problem in general? The axis of a free gyroscope is pointed at a star. From those listed, which is NOT correct? The "magnetic variation" is the angle between How many degrees are there in each point of the 15 compass? How often should the magnetic compass error be Once a day. In advance - fall ; during the In advance - sudden fall; Which of these is the correct pressure In advance - steady ; during the passage - sudden rise ; in the during the passage - sequence associated with a weather " cold front passage - sudden rise ; in the None of these are correct.
In nm. Use the distance scale on the map. A typical value for a high pressure centre in the mb. Rough seas. Referring to the weather map "Metmap 3", Metmap estimate the pressure at position 5. Referring to the weather map "Metmap 3", estimate the pressure gradient between 3 mb. High preassure, descending air, A classic anticyclone is an area of Nimbostratus, stratus, Cirrus, cirrocumulus, From those listed, which is the highest cloud?
Altocumulus, altostratus. In a tropical revolving storm, "the eye" is a small comparatively strong winds and very strong winds and no comparatively light winds no winds and heavy rain. Tropical revolving storms are accompanied heavy rain sometimes with very cold air and dense fog. In advance - continuous rain; In advance - showers; In advance - no rain; during In advance - drizzle; during Which of these is the correct weather sequence during the passage - rain almost during the passage - the passage - continuous the passage - no rain; in the associated with a "warm front"?
If Frontal depressions move in families, each a slightly higher latitude. The cause of ice accumulation on a ship is due to freezing of sea spray at a temperature 0 degrees C. On the Beaufort scale, hurricane force force 8. On the Beaufort scale, storm force corresponds force 10 and above. An occluded depression tends to move In what latitude do tropical revolving storms 0 to 25 degrees. If a meteorological depression has a large warm weaken. Steaming South at 10 knots, you have measured the wind speed 15 knots.
What is the approximate true direction of the wind. In advance - steady fall ; In advance - sharply Which of these is the correct pressure In advance - steady ; during the during the passage - fall In advance - increase ; during falling ; during the passage sequence associated with a weather "warm passage - steady fall ; in the ceases ; in the rear - little the passage - steady ; in the - rise and fall ; in the rear - front"?
Wind force 5 corresponds to a wind speed of South Westerlies are the general surface wind 0 - 30 degrees. Fast moving high clouds are an indication of In advance - usually some In advance - clear skies ; rain and perhaps thunder ; In advance - heavy rain ; during In advance - no rain ; during during the passage - Which of these is the correct sequence of during the passage - rain, the passage - no rain ; in the the passage - moderate rain ; thunderstorms, often with weather associated with a "cold front"?
Nimbostratus, stratus, Cirrus, cirrocumulus, Which of these are "high clouds"? In meteorology, isotherms are lines joining pressure. You are 10 to 60 nautical miles away from the centre of a tropical revolving storm which is No change.
Slight Increase. Rapid fall. Rapid Increase. What barometric changes would you expect? Nimbostratus, stratus, Cirrus, cirrocumulus, Which of these are "low clouds"? In advance - usually poor ; In advance - very good ; during In advance - very good ; during the passage - first bad In advance - very poor ; Which of these is the correct sequence of the passage - moderate in during the passage - very than good ; in the rear - during the passage - bad ; in visibility associated with a weather "cold front"?
Where, in warm sector depression, are fog in the warm sector of No data No data No data patches and light drizzle most likely to occur? Sea waves will increase in height in certain conditions. The percentage frequency of The number of observed The number of observations. None of the other options. On this weather routeing chart, what does the upper figure indicate?
Report Radio calling in point, way or Coast radio station reporting point showing direction providing range and Ramark. Aeronautical radio beacon. On this weather routeing chart, what is indicated? What is rain accompanied by snow called? Snow flakes. Ice pellets. Pipeline Telegraph line Power transmission line Overhead transporter On this weather routeing chart, what does this figure indicate?
What is the quantity of water vapour present in Humidity Relative humidity Absolute humidity Dew point the atmosphere called? Assuming a forecast wind of say, 26 kts, with the wind duration 30 hours and maximum fetch 4.
A sudden rising strong wind, or sudden increase of wind usually followed immediately by a squall cyclone storm tropical cyclone shower of rain or snow is called a Dense sea fog is most likely to form when the warm air mass over a relatively wind changes direction to bring air from a… colder sea surface In which area will the isobars be spaced closest, 40kts 20kts 30kts 10kts given the wind speeds indicated?
A squall line of sharp changes of wind, is very cold front. Which of these atmospheric layers is closest to Troposphere 1 Stratosphere 2 Mesosphere 3 Ionosphere 4 the earth? What is water content of the atmosphere Humidity Dew Fog Mist usually expressed as a percentage known as? In what direction does the wind blow around a Anti-clockwise Clockwise Towards the pole Towards the equator cyclonic storm in the northern hemisphere?
If the distance between two consecutive isobars drawn at intervals of 4mb is found to be 30 kts 15 kts 60 kts kts n. If an observer is facing the wind in the northern To the right To the left Ahead Behind hemisphere, where does the low pressure lie?
What is the instrument used for atmosphe psychrometer or hygrometer. When visibility is considerably reduced we usually call it… What instrument is used for measuring the Anemometer Barometer Tachometer Hydrometer velocity of the wind? What weather conditions are likely to result from Fog the movement of warm air mass over a Rain Squalls Trough relatively colder sea surface? Referring to the weather map "Metmap 2" for May 15th, at position D, the winds can be be affected by sea breezes No data No data No data expected to… What type of clouds are shown in the picture?
Which of these pressures would be described mb. Referring to the weather map "Metmap 3", what is the forecast wind direction and strength at SW, 35 knots. With which type of cloud is hail usually Cumulonimbus? How does a current flowing in the same direction as the wind affect the sea wave length and height? In the Northern hemisphere, the wind at sea level rotates around a depression in… In meteorology, isobars are lines joining places pressure. Remain UK will probably, in the next 12 hours Will snow fall reduce the ability of the radar to detect No.
The OOW has, during the pre-departure check of the bridge equipment, found an error in the weather Record the error in the log book facsimile. What should he do? Who is in charge? You need to anchor a ship in 35 meters of open water. How much chain should you use? What is the best way to monitor the risk of collision in Post an extra lookout. When watchkeepers are inadequately rested, it calls for changes to routine watchkeeping periods. The navigating officer Who is responsible for making such changes?
Which of the following should not used for collision VHF Radio avoidance? The captain of a vessel has 2 years of experience as Always the officer with the a captain and the pilot who is on board has 20 years longest sea experience of experience.
Two ships approach each other on reciprocal courses, one with a speed of 22 knots, the 22 knots other with 15 knots. What is their relative speed? When may positions marked on the navigation chart At the end of the voyage be erased? When told to rig a pilot ladder, which side will be The weather side commonly chosen?
Before the vessel is due to alter What is a safe interval between position fixes? What action he must take? Which of following items should be checked before a That cargo is stowed safely ship sails? Which of these factors must be taken into account when deciding the composition of a navigational All of the other options. When at anchor, what should the OOW do if the Ask the chief engineer to start vessel appears to be dragging her anchor?
When two ships are on reciprocal courses, what is The sum of the speed of the two meant by the "approaching vessel's relative speed"? How should the anchor be positioned when a ship is It should be properly secured to proceeding to anchor? When may the OOW on the bridge manoeuvre the Whenever he needs to engines?
The pilot gives the helmsman an order which sounds Record it in the log book incorrect to the OOW. Maintaining the track comes Which of the listed tasks have priority over the other? An OOW, on duty in coastal waters, notices that he becomes too busy to be able to take a fix. Slow down the vessel What should he do? The International Regulations for Prevention of instructions for the use of the Collision at Sea includes A card certifying that the pilot is What is a pilot boarding card?
Why is it important for the OOW to move around the To be able to view all the bridge? Yes, but only with old radars Yes, but only with 'S' band which do not have a visibility Yes. Advise the master as soon as Advise the master after the Call the attention of the 2nd possible before the vessel's vessel has departed Engineer on the fault departure Either the Pilot or the Master Always the Pilot whenever he Always the Master in accordance with the is on board owner's instructions The OOW The pilot The port authorities 11 shackles.
Monitor the radar display and Take more satellite fixes.. Arrange for hand steering. All bridge equipment, main That all moveable objects are engine, auxiliary systems and All of the other options secured the steering system The proximity of navigational The weather conditions, hazards, which may make it Whether the ship is fitted with visibility and whether there is necessary for the officer in automatic steering.
Ask the bosun to check the Call the master at once Any of the other options anchor Ringing of bell for 5 seconds As for the type of vessel Rapid ringing of the bell for 5 followed by the gong for 5 shown followed by 4 short 37 seconds.
The difference in speed The speed of the slower The speed of the faster vessel between the two vessels vessel To be responsible for the To assist in planning the sea To direct the navigation of the vessel's navigation as long as voyage ship in a certain area he is on board Checking communication Testing of engine telegraph Synchronising clocks between Bridge and Engine and it's auto recorder control room It should be ready to drop at It should be lowered to just It should be lowered to just any time from it's normal below the water level.
Only after informing the Only on orders from the master When approaching port master Ask the pilot to clarify the The pilot is in control of the reason for the order. What action Take a series of Maintain course and and alter course to and alter course to 2 should you take? What action would you take? A power driven vessel observes the stern light of another power-driven vessel on a steady bearing and No risk of collision The observing vessel The observed vessel Both masters decide reducing range on the port bow.
Which vessel must give exists 5 way? When two power-driven vessels, in sight of each other, the vessel which has the vessel which has both vessels altering both vessels altering are crossing so as to involve risk of collision, avoiding the other on her own the other on her own course to starboard.
If you hear a fog signal forward of the beam, Rule 19 make a substantial reply with your own fog reduce to minimum attempt to make radio 8 states that you must What additional lights does a vessel constrained by its Red and white lights in Red, white, red lights in Three red lights in a Two red lights in a 9 draught have to show?
What is the arc angle of visibility of a sternlight? What action should you take? Sound one short blast Reduce speed or stop In open waters, you see the lights shown in the picture Keep out of the way of Sound two short blasts and alter course to and wait for the other 13 right ahead at medium range. What do you do? Red and green sidelights at the Red and green What light or lights must be carried by a group of three Red and green A white all-round light at forward end of the sidelights at the barges in a line being pushed ahead of a tug as shown sidelights on each the forward end of the 14 leading barge and forward end of the here?
At night, you are power-driven vessel 'A' approaching Both are equally This is a case of Vessel 'B' must keep power-driven vessel 'B' as shown. Occasionally you see I vessel 'A' must responsible for keeping special circumstances clear of you vessel 15 both white masthead lights and the green side light of keep clear of vessel 'B'. Which of the following is true? A vessel engaged in A vessel over 50 trawling with her A vessel under 50 A vessel engaged in What do these lights show?
Both vessels should 'A' and 'B' should alter 'A' and 'B' should blow alter course to course to starboard, 'A' should blow one Power-driven vessels 'A' and 'B' are in sight of one one blast and wait for a starboard.
No whistles each sounding one blast and alter course to 18 another. Which of the following statements is correct? Sound five short and Sound one short blast Sound two short blasts This vessel is on a steady bearing, the range is 2 miles Make a substantial rapid blasts and stand and alter course to and alter course to 20 and reducing slowly.
One that can safely One that can safely One en route to or from Sailing vessels and Inshore traffic zones shall not be used by which of the use the adjacent lane use the appropriate a place situated within vessels of less than following vessels?
Which of the following shall not impede the passage of A sailing vessel, fishing A sailing vessel or a A vessel engaged in ANY vessel following a traffic lane in a traffic separation vessel or a vessel of A crossing vessel.
A vessel shall, so far as is practicable, avoid crossing on a heading as nearly making good a course at as small an angle as avoiding other traffic traffic separation lanes. But if obliged to do so shall as practicable at right as nearly as practicable practicable. Sound five short and Sound one short blast This vessel is on a steady bearing, range 3 miles.
What Make a substantial Sound two short blasts rapid blasts and stand and alter course to 27 action would you take? At range 2 miles and steady bearing, you sounded 5 Sound five short and Sound two short and Make a substantial Sound one short blast short blasts: What should you do? Sound one short blast Sound five short and Sound two short blasts The bearing is steady.
The range is 5 miles, reducing Make a substantial and alter course to rapid blasts and stand and alter course to 29 slowly. The bearing is Take a series of Sound two short blasts Maintain course and and alter course to 30 steady.
Sound five short and Sound one short blast Sound two short blasts This vessel is on a steady bearing and the range is Make a substantial rapid blasts and stand and alter course to and alter course to 31 reducing. What signal shall a vessel sound when nearing a bend Two prolonged blasts At least five short and or an area of narrow channels or fairway where other Two short blasts. One prolonged blast.
Any other vessels A vessel which can Sailing vessels and For which types of vessel should a fishing vessel not Vessels greater than navigating within the safely navigate only vessels greater than impede the passage in a narrow channel or fairway? Yes, but only for a Yes, but only near the It should be avoided if vessel which can safely Is anchoring permitted in a narrow channel? No outer limit of the fairway at all possible navigate within such a to starboard.
On nearing a bend in a narrow channel and the way ahead is obscured, you hear a prolonged blast. What One short blast. Two short blasts. Two prolonged blasts. Sound one short blast Sound five short and You observe this vessel on a steady bearing at range 3 Sound two short blasts Make a substantial and alter course to rapid blasts and stand 39 miles.
Three all-round lights in You see a vessel displaying a black cylinder on her Two all-round lights in a a vertical line, the starboard yardarm. At night, what lights would the same Two all-round red lights vertical line, the upper Three all-round red upper and lower red vessel be showing, in addition to those for a power- in a vertical line. A dredger indicating the A vessel towing a A power-driven vessel A power-driven vessel What do these lights indicate?
A stern light. When should a sailing vessel keep out of the way of a When both vessels are When the power driven When the sailing vessel When both vessels are power driven vessel?
Vessels not under Vessels towing which Vessels less than 20 Which of the following vessels may use inshore traffic command and vessels are severely restricted metres in length and All of the other options. In the Collision Regulations, the Government of any State can make provision for special rules allowing the Warships and vessels Pilot vessels and Tugs and their tows. One second.
Two seconds. Three seconds. Four seconds. If a vessel is being towed alongside on the starboard Starboard sidelight and Sidelights and Starboard sidelight Sidelights only. What is the duration of a prolonged blast? My nets are fast on an I am engaged in pair I am shooting nets.
I am hauling nets. What does the signal "one white light over one red light" obstruction.
When proceeding in a narrow channel, you hear a The other vessel The other vessel The other vessel The other vessel vessel astern sound two prolonged blasts followed by intends to overtake you intends to overtake you intends to follow you to wishes to attract your two short blasts.
What does this signal indicate? A power driven vessel Which of the following is a vessel "not under A vessel engaged in A tug engaged in a A sailing vessel with main engine command"? A rapid ringing of the Four strokes on the bell and three separate A blast of from three to Three distinct blasts What could be the fog signal of a vessel aground in a bell, sounded in the and distinct strokes on five seconds on the followed by a rapid channel? Show a square flag Direct a search light in What could a vessel do to highlight a danger to another and a black ball in a Sound three short Fire a rocket throwing the direction of the vessel, especially at night?
What kind of vessel may sound a fog signal consisting A vessel engaged on A vessel constrained by A vessel being towed. A fishing vessel..
Keep her course and Reduce speed and Sound one short blast Power-driven vessel 'A' sees power-driven vessel 'B' as If necessary, reduce speed and carefully monitor the compass and alter course to 55 shown here at 3 miles range. What must vessel 'A' do? What action do you take?
Stand On. Any vessel propelled Any vessel other than a Any vessel which is Any vessel propelled by What is a power-driven vessel? Four strokes on the A rapid ringing of the One prolonged blast A rapid ringing of the What is the fog signal of this vessel, assuming that bell, sounded in the bell and also one short, followed by two short bell for about 5 seconds length is less than m? A power driven vessel A fishing vessel at A fishing vessel What do these lights indicate? A pilot vessel at anchor.
What Keep well clear as she Give assistance as the tug is restricted in her is escorting a 65 should you do? A vessel engaged in A power-driven vessel A vessel engaged in underwater operations engaged in towing A vessel engaged in What do these lights indicate? In what situation would you expect a vessel to show When unable to When not under When on pilotage duty When towing 67 these lights?
Sometime later, it is bearing 35 Two power-driven A vessel overtaking same speed and vessels crossing with degrees forward of the starboard beam. Which of the vessels meeting. A power driven vessel A power driven pilot on A power driven vessel A power driven vessel What do these lights indicate?
The white light shown must be so fixed as to show an deg. What is the 70 the compass of the compass the compass the compass size of this arc? Those adopted by the To which traffic separation schemes does Rule 10 Those set up by local Those defined on International Maritime All of the other options apply?
At what speed should you no targets showing on A safe speed open waters keeping a close radar proceed? What does this metres in length at A vessel aground fishing is unable to deviate indicate? Which of Observation of the Observation of the radar bearing and compass bearing over the following would normally give greatest accuracy in radar range radar bearing range a period of time determining if risk of collision exists?
At night you notice, in addition to other lights, two yellow A fishing vessel A dredger showing the A towing vessel's light An air cushion vehicle lights in a vertical line which flash alternately every hampered by her purse side on which a vessel seen from abaft the operating in the non- second.
What does this indicate? Ringing of the bell for 5 Rapid ringing of the One prolonged blast seconds followed by As for the type of bell for 5 seconds at followed by 2 short What is this vessel's fog signal? A trawler. A power driven vessel. A pilot vessel. A vessel restricted in A vessel engaged in What type of vessel is shown here? The vessel is hampered The vessel is The tow is metres The tow is less than What information is given about the tow shown here?
A vessel restricted in A vessel constrained by What type of vessel is shown here? No indication of length. May be of any length Greater than What is the length of the vessel shown here? Less than 50 metres. One prolonged blasts followed by two short Ringing of bell for 5 As for the type of Rapid ringing of the bell What is the fog signal of this vessel?
A vessel engaged in A vessel constrained by A vessel engaged in A vessel not under What type of vessel is shown here? A vessel constrained by A vessel not under What type of vessel is shown here? A vessel engaged in A vessel not under A vessel constrained by What type of vessel is shown here? A vessel engaged in A vessel engaged in What type of vessel is shown here?
A vessel at anchor. A vessel not under A vessel constrained by A vessel engaged in What type of vessel is shown here? A vessel constrained by A vessel which is A vessel engaged in A vessel engaged in What type of vessel is shown here? This vessel sounds one short blast. What does this I intend to overtake you I am operating stern I am altering my course I am altering my course mean?
The vessel ahead sounds 5 short propulsion. What does this mean? Whilst proceeding along a narrow channel, the vessel I am altering my course I am altering my course I intend to overtake you I intend to overtake you astern sounds two prolonged blasts followed by two to starboard.
I do not understand This vessel is signaling two flashes at intervals. Whilst proceeding along a narrow channel the vessel I intend to overtake you I intend to overtake you I am operating stern I am altering my course astern sounds two prolonged blasts followed by one on your starboard side.
A vessel engaged in A vessel engaged in What does this shape indicate? A vessel aground. May be any length but Less than 50 metres in Less than 20 metres in What is the length of the vessel shown here? A vessel not under A vessel engaged in A vessel constrained by What type of vessel is shown here? A vessel engaged in A vessel engaged in A vessel engaged in A vessel constrained by What type of vessel is shown here? A vessel engaged in A vessel engaged in A vessel which is A vessel engaged in What type of vessel is shown here?
A vessel engaged in A vessel constrained by What type of vessel is shown here? Stand on with caution. Make a substantial Take a series of You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What Make a substantial The other vessel alteration of course to compass bearings and action would you take? What Make a substantial alteration of course to The other vessel should compass bearings and action would you take? Stand on - no risk of Take a series of You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles.
What Make a substantial Alter course parallel to collision - continue to compass bearing and action would you take? What Alter course parallel to Make a substantial compass bearings and collision - continue to action would you take? Take a series of You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What Make a substantial Stand on but continue compass bearings and Stand on with caution.
You observe this vessel at a range of 6 miles. What Make a substantial alteration of course to alteration of course to The other vessel action would you take?
Alter course to parallel Stand on - no risk of Stand on with caution. You observe this vessel at a range of 9 miles. What Make a substantial the other vessel's collision - continue to The other vessel action would you take? Make a substantial Make a substantial Stand on - with caution.
Take a series of You observe this vessel at a range of 10 miles. A black ball hoisted at A large black square by Code flag 'A' by day the bow by day and all Code flag 'B' by day What signals must a vessel at anchor display?
From right ahead to From right aft to A Use a flat scraper with engineer's blue on bearing. B Use a flat scraper with engineer's blue on shaft. D Use a half-round scraper with engineer's blue on bearing.
A Plate is too large. B Plate is too heavy. D Space to manoeuvre is usually restricting. All finished components should be edge finished. Which type of runs are used? What forms the triangular base line from which the true lengths are obtained?
A Large round head with light emitting diode insert. B Large round head painted green. D Large round head painted yellow. These are? What is the maximum thickness of mild steel it will cut? A Therefore, constant 4 bar regulated in 2nd stage to desired pressure. B Shaping. C Cutting threads.
D Removing burrs. How is this achieved? A Heat to C Quench in oil. B Heat to C Quench in water D Heat to A It can be bent into a circle over its length. C It is only available with a large tooth pitch. D It is only suitable for use in a power saw. How would these angles be marked out? A With a steel rule. B With dividers. C With odd leg callipers. At 15 bar by how many times will it absorb its own volume?
Above, acetone will be discharged. A Welding current too low. Speed of travel too fast. Incorrect electrode manipulation. Damaged electrode coating. Too long an arc. Incorrect starting. C Wrong electrode angle. Incorrect joint set up. Welding current too low. D Welding current too high.
Incorrect root gap. Incorrect electrode size. Dirty parent metal. A Good penetration. B Blend with parent metal. D Backing bar has been used. A Cumulative effect. C Limits and fits. D Tolerances. A Use gloves, do not smoke,use barrier cream and use safety goggles. B Use gloves, ensure below flash point of material, use brush and use safety goggles. C Use gloves, use stirrer, take care opening tins and use safety goggles.
A Yes. B No - material is not given. C No - scale is not given. A Wrong grade of wheel. B Worn wheel. D Using too much force. A The cutting edge. B The hammer end. C Mid-way. A Caulk. C Burnish. D Fit edging wire. A Keep oiled. B Keep screw thread clean. C Always use same leg in centre pop. They are not suitable for? A Leather. B Wood. D Fabrics.
What does its development look like? Flatten No. A Makes machining easier. C Reduces the marking out time. D Ignores conventions. C Spade guide. A Spring load relief valve. C Fusible plugs. D Gas loaded relief valves. Alternatively, may have two fusible plugs. How does this operate? A Roller No. What edge preparation is necessary for No. Which of the following is suitable?
A Epoxy silicone. C Epoxy nitrile. D Phenolic nitrile. A Allow filler to the flow. B Give economical use of the filler. C Give a flat surface to the filler. A Gas metal arc. B Metal inert gas. C Manual metal arc. Why would this be chosen? A Act as a pin punch. C To scribe. D Give long life. A Cork is used as centre when marking out.
C Cork has the same properties as silica gel and prevents corrosion. D Cork is a sales gimmick. B An isometric view. C An elevated view. D A pictorial view. What is control No.
A Acetylene control. B Pre-heat oxygen. C Mixing gases. A Flatness. B Roundness. C Screw thread. A The resistance of a human body increases in a humid atmosphere. B The resistance of a human body is unaffected by humidity. D The resistance of a human body is unaffected by applied voltage. A Yes, but only if applied for a long period. C Yes, but only from an AC source. D No, not a fit healthy person. What does this means? A The system's zero voltage point is connected to the frame of the generator.
C The system is totally insulated from the ship's V distribution system. D The system does not have a neutral point. A The fuse in the faulty circuit will blow. B The fuse located in the system's neutral point will blow. C The voltage will drop in proportion to the earth leakage. A To disconnect important equipment before a short circuit can cause damage. B To re-connect essential equipment after a black out. D To trip a generator if the load becomes too large.
A The ammeter will go to zero. B The ammeter will go to maximum. D Nothing will happen. B A thyristor. D A double pole transistor. A A zener transistor. B A rectification diode. D A regulating diode. A As a frequency stabiliser. C As a temperature stabiliser. D As a light emitter. A A light absorber. C A heat absorber. D A heat measurer. A A circuit that is connected to a DC source.
B A circuit that is not allowed to be earthed. D A circuit that is connected to earth if a short circuit occurs. A An OR gate. B A NOR gate. D An AND gate. A A double amplifier. C A lock amplifier. D A latch rectifier. B A half wave rectifier. C A zero point meter. D A transformer balance adjuster. A A NPN diode. B A PNP diode. D A NPN transistor.
A Copper. B Brass. D Steel. What is the resistance of the heater? What will happen? A The fuse will blow. B The heaters will produce twice their normal heat output.
D The heaters will be damaged as the voltage is different from their marked voltage. B When the resistance in the circuit to be measured is very low. C When the frequency of the circuit become very high.
D It is not necessary to consider multi-meter resistance. A A coil. B A PNP transistor. D An OR gate. What circ A As an amplifier. B As an rectifier. D To measure a DC current. A A converter. B An integrator. D A rectifier. A The windings of a three pole DC shunt motor. C The windings of a three pool DC " Y " connected motor. D The windings of a three phase " D " connected motor. B A three phase DC connected motor.
C A three phase " Y " connected motor. D A three phase compound AC motor. A To light the lamp when the coil is de-activated. C To prevent relay coil A becoming over-heated. D To change direction of the motor connected to coil A. A Relay A will activate.
C Relay B will de-activate. D Lamp E will activate. A Relay B activated and switch F closed. C Switch G open and relay B activated. D Switch F closed and relay B activated. A By closing switch D. B By closing switch C. C By closing switch D and switch F at the same time. A When both D and E are closed. B When D, E and F are closed. C When E and A are closed. A When E is closed and D is open.
C When relay F is activated. D When A and B is closed and D is open. A A differential amplifier. C A summing amplifier. D A flip-flop amplifier. A A digital summarizer. B A summing operational amplifier. D A differential amplifier. A To measure low frequent current. C To measure voltage E. D To calibrate resistance Rv. A An American standard invertor. B A European standard converter. What action would you take? A Top up with water.
B Refresh with the addition of new acid. C Check the charging system and if possible increase the charging rate. Ships normally use an AC insulated neutral distribution system because A it limits fault current. C it reduces cable size. D it reduces switch gear ratings. A A PT Platinum wire resistance probe. B A T Thermistor probe. D A mercury thermometer probe. A Because it's easier to read. B Because it's not affected by interference. C Because the voltage for electronic circuits can only be sensed by an electronic meter.
A Dilute sulphuric acid. B Distilled water. D Dilute hydrochloric acid. B Reversal of motor field polarity. C By reversal of the rotation of the generator D By switching the motor armature connections No. B Adding "battery restorer". C Adding distilled water. D Trickle charging. B Incomplete charging. C Heavy discharging. D Fast charging. A Set the multimeter to DC. B Set the multimeter to AC.
D Set the multimeter to DC and highest voltage range. A A conductor. C An insulator. D A part conductor. A its ampere hour capacity. B an individual cell voltage. C its total cell voltage. A prevents sulphation during discharge. B supplies oxygen. D prevents formation of moisture and condensation. Pressure and temperature are examples. A Digital values. B Humpless values. C Binary values. A A rectifier. B A transistor. D A rheostat. B The current increases.
C The current remains the same. D The current increases by the square of the increase in resistance. This is measured as A Voltage. B resistance. C inductance. A 3 poles.
B 4 poles. D no poles. B A reducer. C A transformer. D A pressure rectifier. A another name for a computer. C another name for a calculator. D a computer's random memory. A They act as a permanent load. B They prevent overload. D They increase the output frequency. A the temperature of the wire increases. C the length of the wire increases. D the applied voltage decreases.
A Ceramic. B Rubber. D Porcelain. B A relay is series connected but a contactor is parallel connected. C A contactor is series connected but a relay is parallel connected.
A resistance. B capacity. D efficiency. A doubled. C remain the same. D quadrupled. A transistor.
B capacitor. D rectifier. A diode. B transistor. C zener diode. A PNP transistor. B field effect transistor. D diac. A FET transistor. B diode. D light activated SRC. B flip-flop gate.
D zener diode. A A thyristor. C A triac. D A FET transistor. A A junction diode. B A diac. D a FET transistor. A To regulate the capacity over the triac. B To lower the inductance across resistance RL. D To limit the voltage across resistance RL. A To test the back firing of the triac. B To test the opening voltage across the diac. D To regulate the voltage across component number 3. A infinite input impedance. B zero output impedance. C infinite bandwidth.
A An increase in temperature varies the resistance. B An increase in temperature has no effect on resistance. C An increase in temperature decreases resistance. A Integrated analog circuits.
C Integrated amplifying circuits. D Integrated differential circuits. What is the advantage of this circuit? A An integrated rectifier.
B A diode. D A capacitor. C To indicate the resistance of the component. D To indicate the maximum inductance which can be applied.