Yêu cầu trợ giúp về tàu container và IMDG code

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Yêu cầu trợ giúp về tàu container và IMDG code

Bài gửi by navi on Sat Dec 08, 2012 10:49 am

Nhờ các anh em,ai biết được chính xác câu nào thì giup nhé
1. In a fixed gas fire-extinguishing system
a. An audible alarm must sound when half of the initial amount of CO2 has been released
b. All the answers are good
c. An audible alarm must sound when the CO2 is being released
d. An audible alarm must sound for a suitable period before the CO2 is released

2. On a Container vessel, why are twist locks preferred as a means of securing containers compared to cone-based lashing systems
a. Because cone-based lashing systems are more prone to failure than twist locks
b. Because twist locks provide uplift, resistance as well as horizontal restraint, helping to prevent containers from falling overboard heavy weather
c. Because cargo securing manuals do not allow for cone-based lashing systems
d. Because cone-based lashing systems are not type-approved by classification societies

3. How can an ARPA assist the ship to steer a suitable course to make good the entrance to a channel?
a. Select True ground stabilized vectors and make the vectors from both buoys at the entrance to the channel pass either side of the centre of the screen
b. Acquire the buoy at the entrance to the channel and on relative vector display alter course to make the vector of the buoy pass directly through the centre of the screen
c. Select ground stabilized true motion display and alter course so that own ships true vector passes through the middle of the entrance to the channel
d. Select Relative motion display and make Own Ship vector pass through the middle of the entrance to the channel

4. What correction must be applied to the echo sounder reading to compare the depth of water with the depth printed on the chart?
a. The distance between the pulse Transmitter and Receiver
b. Allowance for the ships speed
c. Draught of the ship
d. Shallow water effects

5. In which areas is plastic material accepted for overboard disposal?
a. 100 n.m from shore line
b. In coastal waters
c. Not permissible any where
d. In specially designated areas (ref. MARPOL)

6. What are the immediate duties of the bridge Officer of the Watch when the ship suddenly runs into a fog bank?
a. Commences sounding the fog signal and reduce speed to Slow Ahead
b. Commence sounding the fog signal, engines on standby, call the Master and lookout, if not already on duty
c. Commence sounding the fog signal and call the Master and wait for him to arrive before taking any further actions
d. Commence sounding the fog signal and if the radar indicates no echoes in the vicinity. Proceed at the normal speed until ships are detected on the radar or until the fog lifts

7. Which types of equipment can be used to detect explosives?
a. Metal detector
b. Particulate detector
c. Water cannon

8.What do the letters “TPC” stand for?
a. Tones per Centimeter Immersion
b. Tipping Centre
c. Trim per Centimetre
d. Tonnes per Centimetre

9. Give the meaning of the following symbol
a. Parachute landing area
b. Line throwing appliance
c. Rocket parachute flares
d. Survival craft distress pyrotechnic signals

10. If a coast-station doesn’t answer a call on VHF working channel or doesn’t send a reply signal:
a. You must call on another working channel
b. You can repeat your call after 2 minutes
c. You must call on distress channel
d. You can repeat your call immediately when convinced that on other radio traffic is interfered with

11. On a Container vessel, if there are isolated stacks of containers at bay 12, off-centre at bay 04 and at the extremity of bay 06, which of these stacks will require wind lashings?
a. The stack at bay 06
b. All three
c. Only the containers at bay 12
d. None

12. Why is it considered essential that container ships have a large ballast capacity and high powered ballast pumps?
a. These are required to load ballast during discharge
b. These are required for trimming the ships and offsetting longitudinal bending moments
c. These are essential to retain the vessel within the International loadline requirements
d. These are necessary to keep the vessel upright during the loaded passage

13. The ship is involved in a collision, what is the immediate action by the Officer of the Watch after the incident has taken place?
a. Stop engines and check over the side for any signs of pollution
b. Call the Master and check the position for any immediate dangers
c. Contact the other ship and send the bridge lookout down to start taking soundings
d. Sound the General Alarm and stop engines

14. The ship is steaming at Full Ahead when the engines are reversed to “Full Astern” to stop the ship. The ship has a single, right-handed fixed pitch propeller. What would be the anticipated reaction of the ship, if there is no wind or current?
a. The ship will probably sheer to part and gradually lose headway
b. The ship will probably continue on a straight course, but lose forward speed
c. It is unpredictable and could be any of the other alternative answers
d. The ship will probably sheer to starboard and gradually lose headway

15. When is the Officer of the Watch officially relieved of his responsibilities of being in charge of the watch?
a. When the Master informs the Officer of the Watch that he is taking over the “con” (watch responsibilities)
b. The Master and the Officer of the Watch share the responsibility when they are both on the bridge together
c. The Officer of the Watch remains in charge of the watch for the full watch, when the vessel is deep sea
d. When the Master enters the bridge

16. When a ship is lying at anchor in a tidal area using both forward anchors, to what particular aspect should the officer of the watch be paying special attention?
a. The two anchors will restrict the ships swing with the tide and the ship may not lie to the prevailing current and wind
b. When the ship swings to the tide the direction of swing be controlled to avoid the anchor cables becoming wrapped round each other
c. The ship will become controlled by the tide and the wind will not be allowed to have any effect on the direction the ship lies at anchor
d. The tension on both cables should be similar, to avoid one dragging and all the weight of the ship remaining on the other anchor only.

17. On a Container vessel, what is the greatest danger associated with chemicals emitting hydrogen inside a closed container, due to contact with water?
a. An outbreak of fire
b. A violent explosion
c. A reaction with the carrying receptacles
d. Cargo damage

18. Via a coast-station radio medical advice is asked using NBDP, What command has to be given after ga + ?
a. medical
b. med+
c. pan+
d. 38+

19. What is the correct understanding of the term ”Block Coefficient” as applied to a ship?
a. The radio of the water plane shape of the ship to a rectangle of the same extreme dimensions
b. The coefficient of a Block and Tackle
c. The comparison of the underwater shape of the ship, to a rectangular block of the same extreme dimensions
d. The restriction of a valve in a pipe to the flow of fluid through that pipe.
20. What colour flare is used to signal a safe landing place for small boats?
a. Yellow
b. Blue
c. White
d. Green
e. I don’t know
21. To get priority with radio-communication, one must notify the coast station that the call is:
a. A collect call
b. A priority call
c. An urgent call
d. A personal call
e. I don’t know
22. a lead battery of 200 Ah, in accordance with the DIN-standard, must be able to supply:
a. 200 ampere during 1 hour
b. 10 ampere during 20 hours
c. 1 ampere during 200 hours
d. 6 ampere during 20 hours
e. I don’t know
23. What alarm signal must be sounded by the alarm bells in case of fire?
a. A continuous signal
b. One long blast followed by seven short blasts
c. Series of short blasts
d. The signal which is stated in the muster list
e. I don’t know
24. On a Container vessel, what is the function of double stacking cones?
a. To link adjacent container stacks together particularly those in line with buttresses
b. To link out-of-gauge container stacks together
c. To lock containers horizontally
d. To lock adjacent container stacks together
e. I don’t know
25. How much lifeboat capacity should be provided on a conventional cargo ship of more than 85 meters in length?
a. 150% of the ship’s complement on each side
b. 50% of the ship’s complement on each side
c. 100% of the ship’s complement on each side
d 125% of the ship’s complement on each side
e. I don’t know
26. What is the correct understanding of the term “Bending moments” when applied to ships?
a. All of the suggested answers
b. The Bending Moments of a ship are the forces acting on the ship causing it to hog and sag.
c. The longitudinal Bending Moment at any section within the ship is the total moments tending to alter the longitudinal shape of the ship
d. The longitudinal Bending Moments are the forces between empty and full compartments causing the ship to bend and change shape
e. I don’t know
27. Can an ECDIS be used for voyage planning?
a. The ECDIS is very difficult to show the complete voyage plan and therefore should not be used for planning
b. The ECDIS can only be used for Passage planning, if approved by the flag state as the sole chart system required
c. Normally the ECDIS could be used, but in conjunction with paper charts
d. The ECDIS can not be used for Passage planning
e. I don’t know
28. What signal, if any, is specified in SOLAS as the “Abandon ship” signal?
a. Seven short blasts followed by one long blast
b. The “Abandon Ship” signal is not specified, only the general emergency alarm signal is stated
c. Six short blasts followed by one long blast
d. Four long blasts
e. I don’t know
29. The word CHANNEL is spelled conform the international phonetic alphabet:
a. Cornelies, Hotel, Apple, November, November, Echo, Land
b. Charlie, Hotel, Alfa, November, November, Echo, Lima
c. Cornelies, Hotel, Alfa, November, November, Echo, Lima
d. Charlie, Hotel, Able, November, November, Echo, Liverpool
e. I don’t know
30. The type-indication of the radio set is mentioned in:
a. The safety certificate
b. The survey of equipment
c. Registry certificate
d. The equipment appendix
e. I don’t know
31. What is understood by the term “Parametric Rolling” as applied to Container ships?
a. The unexpected roll to a large angle of heel due to a beam sea.
b. the gradual build up of rolling angle in a head sea
c. The occurrence of large unstable roll motion suddenly occurring in head of stern seas.
d. The sudden unexpected occurrence of large rolling angles in beam seas
e. I don’t know
32. Which ships does the ISM code apply to
a. All craft above 300GRT
b. Only passenger vessels
c. All passenger ships, all cargo ships of 500GRT or above
d. Only tankers and Ro-ros
e. I don’t know
33. On a container vessel, what must be done when container lashing equipment fails at sea?
a. Enter the number and type of failed equipment in the deck log book
b. Report the matter to the equipment manufacturer’s
c. Report the matter to the ship owner
d. Enter the number and type of failed equipment into the lashing equipment file on board
e. I don’t know
34. Dish aerials are used with:
a. Inmarsat-C and –M
b. None of the mentioned
c. Inmarsat –A and –C
d. Inmarsat –B and – M
e. I don’t know
35. What should you do with the ashes from your vessels incinerator which had burned garbage containing plastics?
a. Discharge to a shore facility only
b. Discharge at sea providing you are more than 25 miles offshore
c. Discharge at sea providing you are more than 12 miles offshore
d. Discharge at sea providing you are not in any river or estuary
e. I don’t know
36: To inform ship of coast-stations messages, coast- stations give at fixed times:
a. A list of the official identification numbers, for example the Maritime Mobile Service Indentity (MMSI).
b. A list with the names of the ships involved spoken alphabetical numerical sequence.
c. A list of all the messages for each vessel
d. A traffic list with the call-sign of the ships involved in alphabetical numerical sequence
e. I don’t know.

37: On a container vessel, when did the latest amendment to the IMDG Code start to take effect?
a. 1 January 2008
b. 1 July 2008
c. 1 January 2009
d. 1 July 2007
e. I don’t know
38: On a container vessel, what would affect the proper functioning of the bridge fitting?
a. Pitting
b. A fully extended spindle
c. Lack of grease
d. Bucking
e. I don’t know
39: On a container vessel, what are the new colours on the IMDG Code label for class 5.2 – Organic Peroxides, since 2006?
a. Yellow and green
b. Green
c. Yellow
d. Yellow and red
e. I don’t know
40: On a container vessel, what prevents the installation of double stacking cones?
a. Restrictions in the cargo securing manual
b. Out-of-gauge containers
c. A homogenous container load
d. Limitations in ship design
e. I don’t know
41. Which of these are indications that a parcel is suspicious?
a. “The parcel is wrapped in lean, brown paper and is addressed to a crewmember from his wife”
b. The parcel smells like chocolate
c. “The parcel is addressed to no one in particular, arrives unexpectedly and seems heavy for its size”
d. The parcel came from Joe in the safety department and arrived quicker than expected.
e. I don’t know
42. On a container vessels, where will you find the Dangerous Goods List?
a. In chapter 3.6 of the IMDG Code volume 2
b. In SOLAS 74/88
C. In part 3 of the IMDG Code volume 2
d. In the Cargo Securing Manual
e. I don’t know
43. A ship is navigating in the Caribbean in August when it receives the warning of a Hurricane. To determine the centre of the storm the Master uses “Buys Ballot’s law” and faces the wind. On what side of the Master would the low pressure area be located?
a. On the left side
b. This is not a suitable method to use with a Hurricane
c. Straight ahead
d. On the right side
e. I don’t know
44. When splicing an eye on a mooring wire (using the recommended 5 full tucks and 2 half tucks) the effective breaking strength of the wire may be affected by the splice. What would be the anticipated change in the breaking strength of the wire?
a. No reduction in strength
b. A reduction in strength of 30% to 40%
c. A reduction in strength of 1% to 5%
d. A reduction in strength of 10% to 15%
e. I don’t know
45. The responsibility for safety and security rests with everybody on board the vessel. General house-keeping rules should be followed. Which of the listed rules is the most important?
a. Keep your working area clean and tidy
b. Do not carry lighters or matches when working outdoors.
c. Always use gloves when using grinding machines.
d. Keep tools within easy reach during work
e. I don’t know
46. How many pyrotechnic signals to be in each lifeboat?
a. 6 Rocket parachute flares/ 6 hand Flares/ 6 buoyant smoke signals
b. 4 Rocket parachute flares/ 6 hand flares/ 2 buoyant smoke signals
c. 10 Rocket parachute flares/ 12 hand flares/ 5 buoyant smoke signals
d. 8 Rocket parachute flares/ 2 hand flares/ 6 buoyant smoke signals
e. I don’t know
47. What are Primary fenders, with regard to ship-to-ship transfer operations?
a. Primary fenders are large fenders meant to float between vessels and absorb considerable impact
b. Primary fenders are type-type fenders kept on deck for emergency use
c. Primary fenders are small fenders suspended between the ship’s bows or stern to protect from inadvertent angular contact
d. Primary fenders are fixed to the bow of the ship to prevent damage when manoeuvring alongside
e. I don’t know
48. The distress message is used when the vessel is threatened by a serious and imminent danger and is in need of immediate assistance. What is the telegraphy and telephony distress message like?
a. FFF (Telegraphy)/RESCUE-RESCUE (Telephony)
b. XXX (Telegraphy)/ PAN-PAN (Telephony)
c. TTT (Telegraphy)/ SECURITE (Telephony)
d. SOS (Telegraphy)/ MAYDAY (Telephony)
e. I don’t know
49. What type of vessel is this and from what direction are you seeing it?
a. This is a vessel engaged in fishing other than trawling, making way through the water, with outlying gear extending more than 150m in the direction of the all-round white light. I am looking at her port side.
b. This is a vessel engaged in pilotage duties at anchor. I am looking at her port side.
c. This is a vessel engaged in fishing other than trawling, making way through the water, with outlying gear extending more than 150 metres in the direction of the all-round red light. I am seeing her from astern.
d. This is a vessel engaged in pilotage operations, deploying or recovering a pilot. I am looking at her port side.
e. I don’t know
50. Breathing apparatuses is an important piece of equipment for being able to fight a fire onboard a vessel. What routine precautions to be observed with regard to use and maintenance of such equipment?
a. That the equipment always to be kept cleaned, checked and bottles are recharged immediately upon use, and frequently inspected.
b. That personnel that are appointed as smoke divers, primarily are given a shore based proper basic education and training.
c. All the mentioned alternatives
d. That personnel having a beard are not selected as smoke divers.
e. I don’t know
51. The gyro compass can suffer from a compass error and may need to be allowed for, when steering a course in a dangerous navigational area. What is the probable cause of the error?
a. Compass Deviation
b. An uncorrected course and speed error
c. Fluctuations in the electrical supply to the compass.
d. Variation
e. I don’t know
52. What are the two parts of the magnetic compass error?
a. Permanent and induced magnetism
b. Variation and Deviation
c. West and East errors
d. The latitude and longitude
e. I don’t know
53. What is the purpose of a fire wire?
a. A wire for securing the Fire Tug alongside a burning ship
b. A wire for handling fire buckets
c. A wire for pulling burning ships off the pier
d. A wire for pulling fire-hoses up to the top bridge
e. I don’t know
54. The mode 12B is used:
a. For telephone traffic in the MF/HF bands between ship and shore
b. For radiotelex-traffic in the MF/HF bands between ship and shore
c. In public broadcasting
d. For urgent message transmitting and receiving
e. I don’t know
55. Where can a ship expect an act of piracy to take place?
a. In American waters
b. All over the world
c. At the south end of the Red Sea
d. In Far East waters
e. I don’t know
56. How many sub-classes are there for IMDG Class 4 (Flammable solids) cargoes?
a. 5
b. 4
c. 2
d. 3
e. I don’t know
57. What is the maximum length of a fire zone on any deck?
a. 40 meters
b. 50 meters
c. 100 meters
d. 30 meters
e. I don’t know
58. On a container vessel, which of these motions is not taken into account when calculating forces on a container stow?
a. Surging
b. Pitching
c. Rolling
d. Heaving
e. I don’t know
59. What is a “consignee”?
a. Any person or company responsible for the operation of a vessel which carries a consignment as freight.
b. Any person, organization or government that prepares a consignment for shipment
c. Any person or company which seeks to transport a consignment of cargo by sea.
d. Any person, organization or government entitles to take delivery of a consignment
e. I don’t know
60. What letter is represented by this flag and what is it’s meaning when displayed by a vessel in port?
a. P – I require a pilot
b. P – All persons should report on board as the vessel is about to proceed to sea
c. S – I am operating astern propulsion
d. W – All persons should report on board as the vessel is about to proceed to sea
e. I don’t know
61. It is important that a compress is done correctly. One of the alternative signs, after completed compress bandage, shows that the bandage may be to tight. Which one?
a. Swelling above the bandage
b. Swelling below the bandage and heavy pain.
c. blue colour of the skin above the bandage.
d. Heartbeat increase and a dizzy feeling.
e. I don’t know.
62. Unconscious casualties who are breathing and whose hearts are beating should be placed in the Recovery Position. What is the Recovery Position?
a. As shown in figure 2.
b. As shown in figure 4.
c. As shown in figure 1.
d. As shown in figure 3.
e. I don’t know.
63. What is the depth oh an iceberg below the surface of the sea?
a. The draught of an iceberg is about the same as the visible part of the iceberg above the water.
b. The draught of an iceberg is normally about ¾ of its total depth.
c. The depth of an iceberg below the surface is always about one sixth of its total depth.
d. The draught of an iceberg varies with the type oh berg and its age.
e. I don’t know.
64. With what system is a NAVTEX- message transmitted?
b. FEC
c. ARQ
d. JRC
e. I don’t know.
65. With regard to radar, what would be a correct form of response to the question: What range scale are you using?
a. The correct form of response would be :” I am using the 12 mile range scale”
b. The correct form of response would be: “I am using the 3 cm radar”.
c. The correct form of response would be: “I am using the 10cm radar”.
d. The correct form of response would be: “ I am using the largest range scale”.
e. I don’t know.
66. You are on a power-driven vessel underway in open water. This vessel is sighted on the port bow on a steady bearing. What kind of vessel is it and what will your action be?
a. This is a vessel engaged in fishing. It is my responsibility to keep dear under rule 18 and I will alter course to starboard, sounding one short blast.
b. This is a sailing vessel not making way through the water. There is no risk of collision and I will maintain my course and speed.
c. This is a sailing vessel underway, seen head-on. It is my responsibility to keep clear under rule 18 and I will take appropriate avoiding action.
d. This is sailing vessel underway. I am the stand-on vessel and will maintain my course and speed under rule 17.
e. I don’t know.
67. From which locations is it normally possible to close watertight doors?
a. Watertight doors can be closed adjacent to the door and remotely from bridge and also one emergency remote control station.
b. A watertight door can only be closed by a control adjacent to the door.
c. Watertight doors can be closed from the bridge and an alarm sounds at the door
d. watertight doors can be closed locally and also a remote control station within the accommodation.
e. I don’t know.
68. When navigating along a coastline what should be considered the most accurate method of the navigating?
a. use of radar ranges and bearings.
b. use of the Differential GPS
c. Passing close to navigational buoys.
d. Bearings of navigational shore marks such as lighthouses.
e. I don’t know.
69. if you discover alcohol and drug abuse onboard, whom do you report to?
a. flag state authorities.
b. the master.
c. the manager
d. port authorities.
e. I don’t know.
70. the design features of a container ship with pronounced bow flare, a wide flat transom stern and wall sided amidships section contribute to what occurrence?
a. large angles of heel with a large GM
b. the ability to shed water very quickly off the decks
c. excessive pitching.
d. parametric Rolling.
e. I don’t know.
71. what would be the correct form of response to the question : what is the visibility in your position?
a. the correct form of response would be: Visibility in my position is two hundred meters.
b. the correct form of response would be: Visibility is medium.
c. the correct form of response would be: visibility is okay.
d. the correct form of response would be: visibility is poor.
e. I don’t know
72. When taking a position using the Radio Directional Finder, a correction must be applied to the bearings. What is the purpose of this correction (Half Convergency?)
a. To convert from the datum of the chart and the surface of the earth
b. To correct for the refraction of the atmosphere
c. To convert between great circle and rhumb line bearings
d. To correct for the Deviation of the ship
e. I don’t know
73. You are proceeding up a river, with berths on both banks. You see this flag hoist on a vessel moored on a berth ahead. What does it mean?
a. I am about to depart the berth
b. You should proceed at slow speed when passing me
c. Caution! I have an anchor down
d. My engine is disabled
e. I don’t know
74. The Master arrives on the bridge obviously under the influence of alcohol and states he is taking over the “con” of the ship. What actions should the Officer of the Watch (OOW) take in this situation?
a. Watch the actions made by the Master and if not dangerous, wait until the Master becomes more capable to take control or leaves the bridge
b. Tell the Master you consider him incapable of taking over the responsibility of the watch and that he should retire to his cabin and sleep it off.
c. Tell the Master you do not think this is a good idea and retain control of the watch
d. Attempt to diplomatically avoid taking any actions that would put the ship or crew into danger and call the Chief Officer for assistance
e. I don’t know
75. How many separate means of escape are provided from each fire zone above the bulkhead deck?
a. One
b. At least three
c. At least two
d. At least ten
e. I don’t know
76. Watch keeping engineers shall have a minimum of knowledge of the vessel’s engine room and operation of its function prior to being accepted as Engineer on Duty, and shall acknowledge his familiarization with the equipment by signing a check list listing all units he shall be able to operate. Minimum knowledge is:
a. He shall have all the knowledge as listed in the other alternatives
b. Check routines during operation and prior to switching to UMS-mode
c. Start, operate and stop main and auxiliary machinery units, including switching between automatic, remote and/or manual control functions, and operate the various units in various modes
d. Understand the function of all main and auxiliary equipment, e.g. machinery, pumps, fuel systems, cooling systems and the interlinks between various units and the function of them
e. I don’t know
77. To prevent overload of the MF/HF transmitter:
a. Do not leave the transmitter on stand-by for too long, if not required
b. Switch over to low power intermittently
c. Do not transmit too long at full power
d. Clean the dust filter of the fan regularly
e. I don’t know
78. “On area A1 the function” “Reception of shore to ship distress alerts” “is mainly based on:”
a. The use of SART transponders
b. The use of VHF DSC
c. The use of SARSAT COSPAS Epirbs
d. The use of MF DSC
e. I don’t know
79. On a Container vessel, to which of the following are the Hague-Visby rules applicable?
a. Carriage of animals/livestock
b. Contracts of carriage not evidenced by a bill of lading
c. Charter parties incorporating a Clause Paramount
d. Cargoes stated as being carried on deck
e. I don’t know
80. A “Standard Format for Search and Rescue Situation Reports” (SITREPs) should be used by vessels in distress. The SITREP can be compiled as a short form (urgent essential details). Which of the following information shall be included when using the “short form”?
a. Oil spill possibility
b. Cargo information
c. Position
d. Weather on-scene
e. I don’t know

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