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Q. 1) What are stack weight ?

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    Arunkumar Moorthy
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    Is the maximum wt that can be borne by the deck,hatch cover,tank top at the corner of a bottom slot near the cell guide.

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      the total weight of the  number of containers, in a row is called the stack weight.

      Vishal Singh | | EDIT | REPLY



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        Q. 2) Marpol annexes and their ammendments

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          Annex I Regulations for the Prevention of Pollution by Oil
          Annex II Regulations for the control of Pollution by Noxious Liquid Substances in Bulk
          Annex III Regulations for the Prevention of Pollution by Harmful Substances Carried by Sea in Packaged Form
          Annex IV Regulations for the Prevention of Pollution by Sewage from Ships
          Annex V Regulations for the Prevention of Pollution by Garbage from Ships
          Annex VI Regulations for the Prevention of Air Pollution from Ships

          Jagades Babu | | EDIT | REPLY

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            Q. 3) Great circle sailing .

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              Afzal Khan
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              a great circle track is the shortest distance , measured along the earth's surface , btween 2 poles. a great circle track cuts successive meridians at different angles b'coz meridians are nt parallel to each oder . the course, therefore, shud change slightly whilst crossing each meridia.practically at sea, the departure and arrival positions are plotted on a gnomonic chart  and joined by a straight line . the vertex and suitable points are read off the chart and the navigator does mercator sailing from point to point thereby following the great circle track effectively ..!!

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                Q. 4) Situation - crossing , restricted visibilty : target on stbd bow radar inoperational , target stbd quarter radar inoperational

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                  Rishi Kashyap
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                  He did not ask ROR cards but gave the situations..

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                    ascertain if risk of collision exist with the targets by continuosly monitoring the bearing. and take action accordingly

                    Kiran Kodoth | | EDIT | REPLY

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                      Q. 5) Fire pump requirements

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                        Q. 6) Imdg code

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                          imdg used to regulate the transportation of dangerous goods by sea
                          without harming the persons working on board, marine life nd ships

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                            Q. 7) Application of mfag.

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                              Q. 8) Mer pass .in detail

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                                Q. 9) Llife boat requirements

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                                  lifeboat to be launched & manovered in water once in 3 month

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                                    manuevrd 3 moths
                                    drill evry month
                                    engines tried out 3 mins evry month
                                    all lights tried out
                                    communication tried out
                                    rudder from hard port to hard stbd

                                    Vivek Misra | | EDIT | REPLY

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                                      Q. 10) Sextant

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                                        Thiyaga Rajan
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                                        A sextant is an instrument used
                                        to measure the angle between
                                        any two visible objects. Its
                                        primary use is to determine the
                                        angle between a celestial object
                                        and the horizon which is known
                                        as the object's altitude. Making
                                        this measurement is known as
                                        sighting the object, shooting the
                                        object, or taking a sight and it is
                                        an essential part of celestial
                                        navigation. The angle, and the
                                        time when it was measured, can
                                        be used to calculate a position
                                        line on a nautical or aeronautical
                                        chart.

                                        Thiyaga Rajan | | EDIT | REPLY