SHIPS, SHIP ROUTINE AND

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SHIPS, SHIP ROUTINE AND
CONSTRACTION



1. The "margin plate" is the ______.

A.
outboard strake of plating on each side of
an inner bottom

B.
outer strake of plating on each side of the
main deck of the vessel

C. plate which sits atop center vertical keel

D.
uppermost continuous strake of plating on
the shell of the vessel

2.
The main
underdeck

pipeline on a
tankship

is connected to individual
tanks by ______.


A.
Tank drops

B. Line drops

C. Crossover

D. Branch lines

3. What is a cofferdam?

A.
Opening in the deck used for cleaning a


tank

B. Tube fitted to an
ullage

hole

C.
Void or empty space separating two tanks

D. Area the product is loaded into

4.
Holes in the bulwark, which allow deck
water to drain into the sea are:

A.
doggers





B.
fidleys

C.
freeing ports



D. swash ports

5. A flanged plate fitted over an air port on
the ship’s outside shell to prevent water
from entering the port is a ______.

A.
brow





B. copper plate

C. cover plate






D. shade

6.
To determine the weight capacity of a
deck in a cargo hold, you would refer to
the ____.

A.
deadweight scale

B. cubic capacity tables

C.
general arrangement plan

D. deck capacity plan

7. The weight of the liquid displaced by a
ship floating in sea water is equal to the
______.

A.
weight required to sink the ship

B. displaced volume

C. reserve buoyancy

D. total weight of the ship

8. Which term indicates the rise in height
of the bottom plating from the plane of
the base line?

A.
Deadrise


B.

Camber

C.

Molded height

D. Sheer

9. Buckler plates are __________.

A.
triangular
-
shaped plates connecting the
bull chain to the topping lift

B. metal plates secured over the top of the
hawse pipes

C.

faired shell plates with curvature in two
directions

D. sheets of dunnage used to prevent heavy
cargo from buckling the deck plates

10. 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. snatch block

C. heel block

D.

gin block

11. The opening in the deck that leads the
anchor cable outside the hull is the
______.

A.
hawse pipe

B. fall pipe

C. drop pipe

D. spill pipe

12. On cargo booms, preventers are _____.

A.
stopper

B.
runner

C. auxilliary guy

D. extra fairlead

13. The result of two forces acting in
opposite directions and along parallel
lines, is an example of what type of
stress?

A.
Strain

B. Shear

C. Compression

D. Tensile

SHEARING STRESS

EMPTY

FULL

14.
The fore and aft run of deck plating
which strengthens the connection
between the beams and the frames and
keeps the beams square to the shell is
called the ______.

A.
limber strake

B. sheer strake

C. garboard strake

D. stringer strake

15. Shell plating is __________.

A. the galvanizing on steel

B. the outer plating of a vessel

C.
a hatch cove

D. synonymous with decking

16. The type of welding employed in
shipyards is primarily _______.

A.
pressure welding

B. brazing

C.
thermite

welding

D. electric arc

17. Transverse frames are more widely
spaced on a ship that is designed with
the _______.

A.
longitudinal system of framing

B.

transverse system of framing

C.

centerline system of framing

D. isometric system of framing

18. The term "strake" is used in reference
to ______.


A.
rudder mountings

B. anchor gear

C. hull plating

D. vessel framing

19. When the longitudinal strength
members of a vessel are continuous and
closely spaced, the vessel is _______.

A.
transversely framed

B. longitudinally framed

C. intermittently framed

D.

web framed

20. A vessel having continuous closely
spaced transverse strength members is
________.

A.
longitudinally framed

B. cellular framed

C. web framed

D. transversely framed

21. In nautical terminology a "dog" is a
__________.

A. crow bar

B. heavy steel beam

C.
device to force a watertight door against


the frame

D. wedge

22. When using the term "limber system"
one is referring to a ______.

A,

drainage system

B.

cleaning system

C.

strengthening system

D. weight reduction system

23. What is the usual depth of beam
brackets?

A.
2 ½ times the depth of the beam

B. 5 times the depth of the beam

C. 7 times the depth of the beam

D. Same as the depth of the beam

24. Which is an advantage of using
watertight longitudinal division in
double bottom tanks?

A. Increase the rolling period

B. Decrease weight because extra stiffeners
are unneeded

C.
Lower the center of buoyancy without
decreasing the GM

D. Cuts down free surface effect

25. Panting frames are located in the:

A.
after double bottom

B. centerline tanks

C. fore and after peaks

D. forward double bottom

26. To rigidly fasten together the peak
frames, the stern, and the outside
framing, a horizontal plate is fitted
across the forepeak of a vessel. This
plate is known as a (an):

A.
apron plate

B. intercostals plate

C. breast hook

D. joiner

27. Reinforcing frames attached to a
bulkhead on a vessel are called;

A.
side
longitudinals


B. brackets

C. stiffeners

D. intercostals

28.

What is the purpose of the perforation of
a manger in the chain locker?


A. to allow water to drain properly


B. to prevent the chain from running out


C. for proper ventilation


D. to secure the end of the chain

29. The ratio of the height of the vessel’s
rudder to its width is called
:

A.
rudder ratio

B. constriction ratio

C. steering ratio

D. aspect ratio

30. To reduce the number of strakes at the
bow, two strakes are tapered and joined
at their end by a single plate. This plate is
known as:


A. cover plate

B. lap strake

C. joiner

D. stealer plate