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CHIEF MATE EXAM ORAL QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS FOR FUNCTION 2 AT KOLKATA BY CAPT-G-C-JOARDAR - MOST ASKED QUESTIONS



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Q. 2) What is type 1 , type2 , type 3 chemical tankers ? which one is having stringent criteria ?

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    IMO Ship Type 1
    is a chemical tanker intended for the transportation of products considered to present the greatest overall hazard. The quantity of cargo required to be carried in a Type 1 ship should not exceed 1,250 m3 in any one tank
    IMO Ship Type 2
    is intended to transport products with appreciably severe environmental and safety hazards which require significant preventive measures to preclude escape of such cargo. The quantity of cargo required to be carried in a Type 2 ship should not exceed 3000 m3 in any one tank
    IMO Ship Type 3
    is a chemical tanker intended to transport products with sufficiently severe environmental and safety hazards. These products require a moderate degree of containment to increase survival capability in a damaged condition. There is no filling restriction for chemicals assigned to Ship Type 3

    Cargo Tank Location
    2.6.1 Cargo tanks shall be located at the following distances inboard:
    Type 1 ships: from the side shell plating, not less than the transverse extent of damage specified in 2.5.1.1.2, (B/5 or 11.5m whichever is less), and from the moulded line of the bottom shell plating at centerline, not less than the vertical extent of damage specified in 2.5.1.2.3, (B/15 or 6 m whichever is less), and nowhere less than 760 mm from the shell plating. This requirement does not apply to the tanks for diluted slops arising from tank washing.

    .2 Type 2 ships: from the moulded line of the bottom shell plating at centerline, not less than the vertical extent of damage specified in 2.5.1.2.3, (B/15 or 6 m whichever is less), and nowhere less than 760 mm from the shell plating. This requirement does not apply to the tanks for diluted slops arising from tank washing.


    .3 Type 3 ships: no requirement"
     

    Dibbya Chhavi | 10 years ago | EDIT | REPLY

      Asked 1 time (Latest on 16-Aug-2009)

      Q. 3) You are on a chemical tanker & received order to load a cargo (say xyz) , how you will go about loading this cargo ?

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        Ans: first check type of cargo & whether mentioned in cert of fitness or not,if not check with class or flagstate administration whether vessel can load this particular cargo or not,if so get the new cargo endorsed in cert of fitness by flag state administration & then normal loading procedure

        Rishi Kashyap | 1 decades ago | EDIT | REPLY

          Asked 1 time (Latest on 05-Jan-2013)

          Q. 4) Swl calculations for wires and chains ?

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            Asked 1 time (Latest on 22-Mar-2012)

            Q. 5) Difference between IBC and bch code

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              Ships for which keel was laid before 1st July 1986 are subject to provisions of BCH code while ships constructed on or after 1st
               July 1986 are subject to the provisions of the IBC code

              Arun Ingersoll | 7 years ago | EDIT | REPLY

                Asked 1 time (Latest on 22-Mar-2012)

                Q. 6) Explain COW ?

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                  Asked 1 time (Latest on 04-Jan-2013)

                  Q. 7) Loading in canada , explain all steps of cargo calculation ?

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                    Q. 8) Swl and proof load ? relation ?

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                      Asked 1 time (Latest on 16-Aug-2009)

                      Q. 9) What is igc code ? type of gas carrier as per igc code ?

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                        The International Code for the Construction and Equipment of Ships Carrying Liquefied Gases in Bulk (IGC Code) applies to gas carriers constructed on or after1 July 1986. Gas carriers constructed before that date should comply with the requirements of the Code for the Construction and Equipment of Ships Carrying Liquefied Gases in Bulk or the Code for Existing Ships Carrying Liquefied Gases in Bulk.


                        Gas carriers are classified into three main types based on the hazardous nature of cargo:
                        1G : designed for most hazardous cargo
                        2G & 2PG: designed for lesser degree of hazard (mostly LPG and LNG)
                        3G : designed for least degree of hazard

                        Dibbya Chhavi | 10 years ago | EDIT | REPLY

                          Asked 1 time (Latest on 16-Aug-2009)

                          Q. 10) You go to rope store in search of wire rope , you find a wire rope but tag of wire is missing , how will you find the swl of r

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                            See the no.of strands & wire in each strand..for ex : 6x24,6x37,also measure dia of wire rope and from dia & construction you can find the SWL

                            Rishi Kashyap | 1 decades ago | EDIT | REPLY
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                              D*D*8=SWL. D IN INCHES AND SWL IN TON. D IS THE DIA.

                              Mohan Krishnan | 8 years ago | EDIT | REPLY

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