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Q. 1) Types of epirb.

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    VHF EPIRB(ONLY AREA A1), L-BAND EBIRB(phased out only for area A1,A2,A3), COSPAS SARSAT EPIRB(CURRENTLY USED FOR ALL SEA AREAS)

    Asim Dey | 8 years ago | EDIT | REPLY
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      1. cospas/sarsat 406/121.5 A1 A2 A3 A4.(universal epirb)

      2. VHF 156.525(ch.70) A1

      3.immarsat epirb(l band)

      Jaishankar Jha | 8 years ago | EDIT | REPLY
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        epirb(cospas-sarsat)
        ELT
        PLB

        Vivek Misra | 8 years ago | EDIT | REPLY
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          cospas/sarsat  406/121.5 A1 A2 A3 A4.

          VHF  156.525(ch.70) A1

          Sanjana Mathur | 9 years ago | EDIT | REPLY




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            Q. 2) Codes to be used while handling bulk cargo ?

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              IMSBC CODE

              Vivek Misra | 8 years ago | EDIT | REPLY
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                IMSBC CODE and BLU CODE

                Akash Tyagi | 8 years ago | EDIT | REPLY

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                  Q. 3) Fire in pumproom-action ?

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                    Head count b4 releasing co2

                    Vikram Singh | 8 years ago | EDIT | REPLY
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                      STOP CARGO
                      INFORM MASTER/TERMINAL
                      SOUND ALARM
                      EVACUATE ALL PPL
                      STOP BLOWERS
                      LOCK ALL DOORS
                      RELEASE CO2

                      Vivek Misra | 8 years ago | EDIT | REPLY

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                        Q. 4) Explain panting and pounding ?

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                          i. Panting stresses is an in and out motion of the plating in the bows of a ship and is caused by unequal water pressure as the bow passes through successive waves.
                          ii. Pounding stresses is exist when ships is pitching. Ship’s bows lift clear of the water and come down heavily. It causes damage to the bottom and girder at the bow.

                          Jagades Babu | 8 years ago | EDIT | REPLY

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                            Q. 5) Ror cards-sailing vessel

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                              side lights

                              Thiyaga Rajan | 7 years ago | EDIT | REPLY

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                                Q. 6) Ror cards-ram towing

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                                  Q. 7) Sart requirement. what does sart give ?

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                                    12 blips on the x band radar.it is a transponder

                                    Bharath Das | 10 years ago | EDIT | REPLY
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                                      VSL OF MORE THAN 300GRT SHOULD CARRY SART....SHOULD WORK CONTINOUSLY FOR 8 HRS AND IN STAND BY MODE FOR 96 HRS....SARATH KRISHNAN

                                      Sarath Krishnan | 9 years ago | EDIT | REPLY
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                                        vsl of >300 but < 500grt should have one sart , vsl >500 grt 2 sart ...

                                        Jude Buy | 8 years ago | EDIT | REPLY

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                                          Q. 8) Carrying sulpher and fire inside hatch action ?

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                                            INFORM MASTER
                                            EVACUATE PPL
                                            CLOSE HATCH COVER
                                            CLOSE VENTILATORS/OTHER OPENINGS
                                            RELEASE CO2

                                            Vivek Misra | 8 years ago | EDIT | REPLY
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                                              1.Raise fire alarm
                                              2.Take head count
                                              3.release co2
                                              4.if cant cntrl head 2 d nerst port of refuge.

                                              Ganesh Nirmal | 8 years ago | EDIT | REPLY

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                                                Q. 9) PV valve and PV breaker requirement on tankers

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                                                  Q. 10) Righting lever

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                                                    When a vessels is heeled (inclined by an external force), the force of buoyancy, acting vertically upwards through the new position of COB, becomes seperated from the force of gravity, acting vertically downwards through the COG, by a horizontal distance called righting lever (GZ)

                                                    Jagades Babu | 8 years ago | EDIT | REPLY

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