Ship Construction And Dsign 2005 Objective Paper


8) On a small passenger vessel the collision bulkhead is __________.

A) amidships forward of the engine room

B) just forward of the steering compartment

C) in the engine room

D) A distance of 5% to 15% of the waterline length abaft the stem measured at the load waterline

Answer-D


9) The fore and aft run of deck plating which strengthens the connection between the beams and the frames and keeps the beams square to the shell is called the __________.

A) garboard strake

B) limber strake

C) sheer strake

D) stringer strake

Answer-D


10) Camber, in a ship, is usually measured in __________.

A) feet per feet of breadth

B) feet per feet of length

C) inches per feet of breadth

D) inches per feet of length

Answer-C


11) A partial deck in a hold is called a(n) __________.

A) weather deck

B) orlop deck

C) shelter deck

D) main deck

Answer-B


12) The floors in a vessel's hull structure are kept from tripping, or folding over, by __________.

A) face plates

B) bottom longitudinals

C) longitudinal deck beams

D) transverse deck beams

Answer-B


13) floors aboard ship are __________.

A) frames to which the tank top and bottom shell are fastened on a double bottomed ship

B) transverse members of the ships frame which support the decks

C) longitudinal beams in the extreme bottom of a ship from which the ship's ribs start

D) longitudinal angle bars fastened to a surface for strength

Answer-A


14) Aboard ship, vertical flat plates running transversely and connecting the vertical keel to the margin plates are called __________.

A) floors

B) intercostals

C) girders

D) stringers

Answer-A


15) Frames to which the tank top and bottom shell are fastened are called __________.

A) floors

B) intercostals

C) stringers

D) tank top supports

Answer-A




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