CES 3000 Test, English version. Questions "1-500"
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1 - If packing fails the pump can be kept runni...
2 - Provide a replaceable wear surface for the...
3 - To ensure that the proper residuals of tre...
4 - Pump will overheat
5 - Suction valve open, delivery valve closed
6 - Protect against corrosion
7 - Throttling of delivery valve
8 - Transfer heat from one fluid to another
9 - Plate
10 - Allow for increase in water volume
11 - Gear pump
12 - Heat level rises
13 - High delivery pressure
14 - Clean the heat transfer surface
15 - Prevent biological growth
16 - In and outlet temperatures, and flow rate...
17 - Compressor discharge pressure
18 - Operate valves gradually
19 - Excessive cooling water velocity
20 - Cavitation
21 - Specific heat
22 - Seawater
23 - Maintain the specified boiling temperatur...
24 - Prevent contamination if leaks are develo...
25 - Leakages from seawater coolers
26 - Exhaust leakage
27 - Central cooling system
28 - Fresh water system failure
29 - Prevent air accumulation in the cooling w...
30 - To ensure that the proper residuals of tr...
31 - Yes, must be cooled to 25 ?C.
32 - Once a week.
33 - Cast steel, Iron, Brass & Bronze.
34 - Minimize corrosion, prevent deposits and...
35 - As low as possible.
36 - 1000-2000 PPM Nitrate.
37 - It could poison the fresh water if leakag...
38 - Risk of deposits on heat transmitting sur...
39 - Between 7 and 9.
40 - All of the mentioned alternatives.
41 - Raise the governor speed controller of th...
42 - Trip/stop all nonessential loads that are...
43 - With the pointer of the synchronoscope at...
44 - The alternators are not generating the sa...
45 - Remove the load from the alternator to be...
46 - The frequency of the incoming alternator...
47 - 10 000 000 Ohms
48 - Improve material of intake air filters
49 - Check the surface of the sliprings, polis...
50 - "To prevent the alternator from ""motorin...
51 - Reactive load (kVAR)
52 - The load connected to the switchboard
53 - Varying the excitation field strength by...
54 - The alternators output itself via the aut...
55 - 3 phase excitation winding/rectifier bank...
56 - 579.2 kW
57 - Completely loose its share of the load ca...
58 - Prevent damage to sensitive electronic co...
59 - (Y)
60 - The clearance between the rocker arm and...
61 - Grind the valve against the valve seat to...
62 - Improve the scaling surface function, inc...
63 - To improve the sealing surface between va...
64 - Reduce the service interval
65 - Important due to different material and w...
66 - To relieve excessive high pressure in the...
67 - Negative
69 - To obtain a proper sealing and correct di...
70 - For cooling and to maintain correct visco...
71 - Pushed by sufficient force to accurately...
72 - Not recommended at all
73 - Bringing the engine up to sufficient numb...
74 - All mentioned functions
76 - Both STCW and Class rules
77 - He shall have all the knowledge as listed...
78 - A described UMS-mode check shall always b...
79 - That a secondary auxiliary set is switche...
80 - Operate the engine room on manual mode un...
81 - All the actions listed in the other alter...
82 - Correct water level is obtained by refill...
83 - All those listed in the other alternative...
84 - Change operation to the third generator s...
85 - Consult with the instruction manual for t...
86 - All alarms are reengaged prior to switchi...
87 - The main supply valves in the deck storag...
88 - "Switch the UMS selector switch to manual...
89 - Continue with manual operated engine room...
90 - Shut off the starting air supply and open...
91 - Putting in auto order when on stand-by, t...
92 - To detect oil mist (explosive atmosphere...
93 - After 20 minutes
94 - To relief pressure in a crankcase explosi...
95 - 75 ?C
96 - 85 ?C
97 - 70 ?C
98 - 1,0 Bar
99 - 1,5 Bar
100 - 95 ?C
101 - 0,2 Bar
102 - 120 ?C
103 - +/- 50 ?C
104 - Reduce main engine setting to stop
105 - Start an additional auxiliary engine
106 - Zero
107 - 70 % of MCR
108 - Woodward regulator will regulate very sl...
109 - Any of the listed alternatives.
110 - Switch over to the other pump and inform...
111 - Ensure all doors are in closed position....
112 - Close them to prevent the spread of fire...
113 - Not allow the clothes to be hung anywher...
114 - Stop all F.O. transfers immediately, and...
115 - At any time, provided he is confident th...
117 - Wire for pulling burning ships off the p...
118 - Once every month
119 - Checking the operation of watertight doo...
120 - Sound the fire alarm signal
121 - Close the ventilation system and other o...
122 - Close all air ventilators and other open...
123 - Ventilate the holds as well as possible
124 - The Chief Officer
125 - The Chief Engineer
126 - Reduce speed and, if possible, keep the...
127 - Central gas extinguishing system and/or...
128 - Extinguishing attempt is started immedia...
129 - Make sure that the compartment has been...
130 - Start the fire pump
131 - Series of short blasts
132 - In main vertical zones
133 - Accommodation
134 - All combustible materials
135 - They are not normally used for pumping o...
136 - Three hours
137 - Sufficient amount for fifteen hours oper...
138 - 4.5 meters
139 - Immediate availability of water for at l...
141 - Complete interchangeability of hose coup...
142 - Passenger ships carrying more than 36 pa...
143 - One hose for each fire hydrant
144 - One hose for each 30 meter length of shi...
145 - Dual purpose (jet/spray) type incorporat...
146 - Toxic gases
147 - Manual operated release system only
148 - Outside the space which is to be protect...
149 - General cargo holds
150 - 85% of the gas can be discharged into th...
151 - 20 seconds or less
152 - Capable of immediate operation at all t...
153 - By audible and visual signals at the con...
154 - One
155 - By visual and audible signal at the cont...
157 - Controlled closing of fire doors
158 - At exits and in corridors
159 - In stairways, corridors and escape route...
160 - 60 ?C
161 - They must be fabricated of non-combustib...
162 - Closing must be possible from outside th...
163 - Must be capable of being stopped from an...
164 - At all times
165 - 68 - 79 ?C
166 - Leather safety boots and gloves
167 - At least two sets
168 - At least four sets
169 - Passenger ships carrying more than 36 pa...
170 - No openings in sides and bottom
171 - All ships of 500 tons gross and upwards...
172 - Insulated on both sides with approved no...
173 - Constructed of non-combustible material
174 - In permanently exhibited fire control pl...
175 - The Flag State language with copies in E...
176 - Copy of the fire control plans/folders t...
178 - In stairways and corridors
183 - "Construction of all internal bulkheads...
187 - A fixed sprinkler system at the cargo ma...
188 - Sufficient foam concentrate shall be sup...
189 - Keep a low pressure in the tanks at all...
190 - High air pressure in water seal
191 - Insufficient air supply
192 - Fixed CO2 fire-extinguisher system
193 - By muster lists exhibited in conspicuous...
194 - Use the intercom to inform crew and pass...
195 - Until all crew members and passengers ha...
196 - Two
201 - Onboard training and instruction shall b...
202 - Plan for safety preparedness
203 - International Convention for the Safety...
204 - International Maritime Organization (IMO...
205 - 2182 kHz/VHF channel 16
206 - MAYDAY
207 - Seven short blasts followed by one prolo...
208 - Every person other than the Captain and...
209 - A ship which carries more than 12 passen...
210 - Cargo ships of less than 500 tons gross
211 - Periodical survey every 12 months
212 - Government Authorities of the Flag State...
213 - A period not exceeding 12 months
214 - A period not exceeding 48 months
215 - A period not exceeding 24 months
216 - In the Captain's office
217 - Inspectors from the International Mariti...
218 - Waterline corresponding to deepest allow...
221 - Machinery and boilers out of operation d...
222 - Total weight in tons of cargo, equipment...
223 - Weight of the ship including fixed and p...
224 - Risk for pollution
225 - Maintain sufficient intact stability
226 - Cross flooding arrangement
227 - 15 minutes
228 - Above the bulkhead deck
229 - In ports only
230 - Where the ship has passenger spaces belo...
231 - Where the sills of the sidescuttles are...
232 - During navigation between ports
233 - By permanently exhibited damage control...
234 - Weekly
235 - Daily
236 - Before leaving the port
237 - High water level in the water seal
238 - On all short international voyages, must...
239 - At least one member of the crew shall ho...
240 - General emergency alarm to be tested dai...
241 - On all international voyages (except on...
242 - Ships fitted with free-fall life-boats m...
243 - All prescribed life-saving appliances sh...
244 - it will have sufficient built in buoyanc...
245 - climb up and down vertical ladders from...
246 - permit the wearer to swim a short distan...
247 - burn with a bright orange colour
248 - emit smoke of a highly visible colour
249 - give a bright red light during the entir...
250 - it's canopy has viewing ports in all dir...
251 - thermal protective aids for the number o...
252 - SOLAS B PACK
253 - release the liferaft at a depth of not m...
254 - be provided with a painter system with a...
255 - have at least two entrances
256 - in the event of capsizing it will automa...
257 - completely watertight
258 - a buoyant lifeline bucketed around the o...
259 - all entrances fitted with rigid boarding...
260 - have permanent boarding arrangements on...
261 - The engine shall be provided with an ele...
262 - a remotely operated steering arrangement...
263 - be made of fire-retardant material
264 - sea-charts and navigating equipment
265 - it has windows to admit sufficient dayli...
266 - sufficient number of pumps and bailers
267 - windows on both sides which can be close...
268 - have self-bailing arrangements
269 - have separate draining pumps of sufficie...
270 - have self-bailing arrangements
271 - immersion suits for the number of person...
272 - All launching appliances shall be capabl...
274 - have a sufficient length of non-combusti...
275 - be capable of operation from fire statio...
276 - Donning of fire protection clothing
277 - Use of breathing apparatus
278 - Means of escape - escape routes
279 - The use of onboard communication systems...
280 - Instruction for emergency repair of fire...
281 - Check list for periodic inspections
282 - be prepared and approved by the Administ...
283 - Clearing escape routes
284 - ensuring that every passenger is provide...
285 - Cargo ships below 300 tons gross
286 - 16 hours
287 - 24 hours
288 - Continuos
289 - direct access to the navigating bridge
290 - The installation shall include equipment...
292 - Direction-finders to be installed on, or...
293 - Reserve accumulator battery for two hour...
294 - Transmitter and receiver to be tested wi...
295 - be automatically activated when floating...
296 - The apparatus shall be capable of being...
297 - While at sea the installation shall be m...
298 - Cargo ships of less than 500 tons gross...
299 - in presence of atmospheric or interferin...
300 - the condition and results of tests of th...
302 - Every month
303 - Every three months
304 - All life-buoys shall be placed in holder...
305 - A number of lifejackets equal to at leas...
306 - Every lifebuoy shall be constructed of i...
307 - Once every month
308 - Checking that passengers and crew are su...
309 - Go to your lifeboat station
310 - Give information on survival craft capac...
311 - Every motorized survival craft shall hav...
312 - Searchlight to be provided at the launch...
313 - so that neither craft nor stowage arrang...
314 - Liferafts intended for throw-overboard l...
315 - Rescue boats shall be stowed attached to...
316 - Only one type of launching and recovery...
317 - The release mechanism shall be of an aut...
318 - Starting and operating radio life-saving...
319 - on ships on short international voyages,...
320 - it allows the wearer to jump from any he...
321 - The exhaust gas receiver
322 - Dirty scavenging air cooler on the air s...
323 - The current and wind are holding the ves...
324 - Heavy seas from behind
325 - 12.000 hours
326 - Exhaust gas temperatures are higher than...
327 - Dismantle the rotor and assemble the sea...
328 - Increased turbocharger revolutions
329 - The turbine rotor is not balanced
330 - The diffuser ring is damaged
331 - Pick up for tachometer is wrongly adjust...
332 - Exhaust gas leaking into the oil chamber...
333 - The rotor blades are damaged or the blad...
334 - Clogged air inlet filter
335 - Not to damage the rotor blades
336 - Greasy sludge from the compressor sticki...
337 - Check fuel injector valve, fuel injectio...
338 - Check if fuel injection is too early or...
339 - Overhaul the unit to determine faults su...
340 - Increase cylinder oil consumption, deter...
341 - Increase the jacket cooling water temper...
342 - Increase scavenging air temperature to a...
343 - Water in the lubricating oil during serv...
344 - To make sure gas pressure can enter free...
345 - Scavenge box fire
346 - Reduce speed temporarily and increase cy...
347 - "Allowance must be made for a running-in...
348 - You have a cracked liner, or cover.
349 - "To get the oil into the cylinder when t...
350 - To neutralize the sulfur and get a lubri...
351 - To avoid high wear down of chain and cha...
352 - To lubricate and cool the engine.
353 - By spring.
354 - 15 kg/cm?
355 - 0
356 - Damage to piston and liner.
357 - an atomization of the fuel injected into...
358 - Turning the plunger piston according to...
359 - to stop fuel oil from getting back from...
360 - slow to get slow cooling.
361 - A 2 stroke engine has an ignition every...
362 - Engage the turning gear on the engine.
363 - Stuffing box.
364 - To be sure that we do not have water col...
365 - 0
366 - alkaline.
367 - during manoeuvre and manoeuvre speed con...
368 - A search inside the crankcase for tools...
369 - Pushing, made fast in the vessel.
370 - Make the tug fast on port shoulder to pu...
371 - Fast FWD and AFT in center lead to pull...
372 - To the Master.
373 - Two tongue-type/hinged bowstoppers with...
374 - As in example 2.
375 - The Master.
376 - Make fast on the vessel's shoulder to pu...
377 - Pushing on ship's flat side and make fas...
378 - Check the position only.
379 - The anchor to be all way in the hawsepip...
380 - To the master according to his instructi...
381 - 11 shackles.
382 - By use of cable stopper backed up by bra...
383 - Secure the wire all way aft, to prevent...
384 - No need of any signal.
385 - Wire connected to chain through center l...
386 - Diamond shape.
387 - Lights as per rules regulated by the sha...
389 - Use the winch. Forerunner and wire stopp...
390 - Quadrupled.
391 - 150 tons.
392 - A will take 1/3 of the extra load. B wil...
393 - Wire takes 95 % of the extra load. Rope...
394 - 25 % more than the wire's.
395 - All winches be left with the manual brak...
396 - Direction B.
397 - 100 Tons.
398 - All the listed alternatives.
399 - All the listed alternatives.
400 - 3.5 to 4.5 mtrs.
401 - A reduction in strength of 10 % to 15 %....
402 - A decrease in strength of 20 %.
403 - Make two round turns fast on the leading...
404 - The smallest diameter piston is the stag...
405 - Make a bold alteration to starboard and...
406 - Maintain course and speed with caution a...
408 - Commence sounding the fog signal, engine...
409 - Isolated danger
410 - West cardinal buoy
412 - A keeps out of the way of B
413 - B keeps clear of A
414 - The fishing vessel keeps out of the way...
415 - When coming up with another vessel from...
416 - Two prolonged blasts on the whistle at i...
417 - A rapid ringing of the bell forward foll...
418 - One short blast, one prolonged blast, on...
419 - One prolonged blast followed by two shor...
420 - One long blast followed by two short bla...
424 - A vessel of more than 50m in length enga...
425 - A vessel engaged in fishing other than t...
426 - A vessel engaged in fishing other than t...
429 - Vessel aground
431 - Two prolonged blasts followed by one sho...
432 - One prolonged, one short, one prolonged...
433 - Vessel engaged in dredging or underwater...
434 - Vessel not under command and not making...
435 - Two vessels engaged in pair trawling
440 - Fixed known objects on the shore
441 - The buoy may not be in its charted posit...
442 - Sidereal hour angle
443 - Calculate the time of the sunset and tak...

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