RUT / RUC EXIT EXAM 3.0

  1. Which of the following Convention is also known as the Minimum standard convention
    • Maritime Labor convention
    • ILO Convention no 147
    • STCW Convention 1978
    • STCW convention 1975
  2. _____________ is an international agreement that aimed to reduce carbon dioxide emission
    • KYOTO Protocol
    • Paris Agreement
    • Montreal Protocol
    • All of the above
  3. Which of the following statements correctly describes  the phenomenon of Surging in a 2-stoke crosshead engine
    • Due to sudden increase in engine load the  Exhaust gases may flow back through scavenge ports causing surge
    • Due to sudden decrease in engine load the turbocharger pressure ratio drops. This causes high pressure downstream of turbocharger in scavenge trunk casing flow reversal of scavenge air
    • Due to sudden increase in engine load, the T/C  turbine rpm may increase the compressor pressure ratio to surge
    • Due to sudden decrease in engine load the turbocharger may stall as the higher pressure downstream in exhaust system may cause reversal of flow of exhaust gases
  4. Which of the listed requirements for cargo ships regarding the personal life saving appliances  does not correspond to present regulation
    • Self-igniting lights for lifebuoys required on tankers shall be of electric battery type
    • Cargo ships of less than 85 m in length shall as a general rule carry immersion suits for every person on-board
    • Ships with a length of 100m or less shall carry minimum 8 lifebuoys
    • Ships fitted with free-fall lifeboats may carry thermal protective aids instead of immersion suits
  5. How is the concentration of dissolved oxygen in feedwater of an Auxiliary boiler maintained at acceptable limits ?
    • Feedwater is cycled through a DC Heater
    • Feed water is treated with phosphates
    • Oxygen is liberated in the three stages of feed water pre heating
    • Oxygen is liberated by maintaining the highest practical feed water temperature
  6. The portable extinguisher designed for use on almost all the classes of fire is a
    • Dry chemical extinguisher
    • Water extinguisher
    • Foam extinguisher
    • Wet chemical extinguisher
  7. STCW Convention prescribes _______________ standards related to training certification and watch keeping for sea farers
    • Minimum
    • Maximum
    • Optimal
    • All of the above
  8. Seebeck effect is used in
    • Thermistors
    • Thermocouples
    • RTD
    • Hot wire sensor
  9. ____________ is a test during which standard values off measured are applied to the measuring device and the corresponding output readings are compared with the standard values
    • Linearity
    • Hysteresis
    • Calibration
    • None of the mentioned
  10. Which of the following is the greatest volume of waste discharge to water
    • Spillages from oil pipelines
    • Sewage
    • Nuclear waste
    • Spillage from tankers
  11. Fire of Carbonaceous substances is known as
    • Class  A Fire
    • Class  B Fire
    • Class  C Fire
    • Class  D Fire
  12. PSC inspections comprise of
    • SOLAS
    • MARRPOL
    • COLRREG
    • All of the above
  13. How many rescue boats a cargo ship carry ?
    • At least 2
    • At least 3
    • At least 1
    • At least 4
  14. How many bunker samples are taken during bunkering by Drip sampling
    • One
    • Two
    • Three
    • Four
  15. Freight paid by charterers on a quantity cargo short shipped i.e. quantity agrred upon but  not loaded by the charterers  is called
    • Pro rata freight
    • Back freight
    • Dead freight
    • None of the above
  16. Use of Halon as a Fire extinguishing medium has been discontinued because
    • It is highly toxic
    • It is expensive
    • It has ozone depleting potential
    • It leads to acid rains
  17. The maximum capacity of an oil fuel tank for any ship built  on  or after 1st August 2010  as restricted  by MARPOL Annex 1 is
    1. 600  m3
    2. 1200m3
    3. 2500m3
    4. 3000m3
  18. International  Air pollution  certificate validity
    1. 4 years
    2. 5 years
    3. 6 years
    4. 3 years
  19. IOPP Certificate is valid for __________ years
    • 5 years
    • 3 years
    • 1 year
    • Lifetime
  20. Entries in Oil record book part 1 are to be in
    • At least English Spanish  or French
    • At least English German or French
    • At least English Spanish or German
    • At least English German or Italian
  21. Your vessel has been in collision and you are not sure if your vessel is sinking or not. How will you handle this situation ?
    • Make sure that the lifeboat has much bunker as possible and make you course for nearest land.
    • Wait and see how the situation is developing
    • Search for  missing persons. Continue to monitor situation and prepare for abandonment  in case it  becomes  necessary
    • Leave the vessel and stay not closer  than  5 nautical miles
  22. UI stands for
    • United Interpretations
    • Unified Interpretations
    • Uniform Interpretations
    • United information
  23. The coating which is provided on the valve stem of exhaust valves of modern marine diesel engines is of :
    • Nickel
    • Stellite
    • Chromium
    • Nimonic
  24. The center around which a vessel trims is called the
    • Tipping center
    • Centre of buoyancy
    • Centre of gravity
    • Turning center
  25. Supercharging an existing medium speed naturally aspirated engine will
    • Reduce weight of the engine
    • Reduce bulk of the engine
    • Increase existing power and decrease fuel consumption
    • Increase piston space
  26. Under MARRPOL Annex VI Sulphur content of Fuel oil in ECA after 1st Jan 2020
    • 1.50%
    • 1.00%
    • 0.50%
    • 0.10%
  27. Which standards govern the specifications for supply of Residual Marine fuels and Distillate Marine Fuels onboard Merchant ships
    • ISO 3012:1999
    • ISO 3648:1996
    • ISO 8216.1:2010
    • ISO 8217:2017 / 2012 / 2010
  28. The difference between the starboard and port drafts due to wind or seas is called
    • List
    • Heel
    • Trim
    • Floatation
  29. Regulation 37, under SOPEP deals with
    • Procedures to follow to report an oil pollution incident as required by the Protocol I as per the guidelines developed by the Organization
    • List of Authorities or person to be contacted in the event of Oil pollution incident
    • Detailed description of the actions to be taken immediately by the person onboard to reduce or control the discharge of oil following the incident
    • All of the above

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