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Asked 1 time (Latest on 25-Jan-2011)

Q. 1) What does rule 19 say ?

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    Asked 1 time (Latest on 25-Jan-2011)

    Q. 2) Situation in rv. one vessel overtaking you right astern cpa 0.3' and tcpa 16min and one vessel on stbd bow cpa 0.3' tcpa 28min.

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      make broad stbd alteration

      Sankar Vetrivel | | EDIT | REPLY
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        wide port alteration stbd alteration not allowed as rule 19 applies.

        Saravana Kumar | | EDIT | REPLY
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          Wide port alteration is not applicable as per rule 19(d)i, so u have option of altering to starboard only, so broad alteration to starboard will be best answer for this

          Rahul Prakash | | EDIT | REPLY

        Asked 1 time (Latest on 25-Jan-2011)

        Q. 3) Action on seeing a aground vessel ahead. you are in a TSS in english channel.

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          just stop the vessel and astern moment and boardcast safty mesg on ch 13

          Amit Dey | | EDIT | REPLY

            Asked 1 time (Latest on 23-Nov-2010)

            Q. 4) Trs

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              Asked 1 time (Latest on 19-Aug-2009)

              Q. 5) Auto ignition ?

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                Asked 1 time (Latest on 19-Aug-2009)

                Q. 6) What is dwt. , and some calculation on deadweight ?

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                  Asked 1 time (Latest on 19-Aug-2009)

                  Q. 7) Difference between flame arrester and flame screen ?

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                    Flame arresters are used:
                     to stop the spread of an open fire
                     to limit the spread of an explosive event that has occurred
                     to protect potentially explosive mixtures from igniting
                     to confine fire within an enclosed, controlled, or regulated location
                    They are commonly used on:
                     fuel storage tank vents
                     fuel gas pipelines
                     safety storage cabinets for paint, aerosol cans, and other flammable mixtures
                     the exhaust system of internal combustion engines
                     Davy lamps in coal mines
                     overproof rum and other flammable liquors[2].
                    (I think its not flame screen but flame arrestor screen)
                    Flame arrestor screen: A mechanical device installed on a storage tank or portable container nozzle designed to prevent the build up of flammable vapors and quickly extinguish a fire in the container by rapidly dissipating heat from the fire. It is made of double mesh wire and extends inside the container from the nozzle.

                    Dibbya Chhavi | | EDIT | REPLY

                      Asked 1 time (Latest on 19-Aug-2009)

                      Q. 8) Grt and nrt ? its formula ?

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                        Asked 1 time (Latest on 19-Aug-2009)

                        Q. 9) Chain register and rigging plan ?

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                          Asked 1 time (Latest on 19-Aug-2009)

                          Q. 10) Difference between time charter , voyage charter , and demise charter ?

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