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NAVAL ARCHITECTURE Paper II

NUMERICALS: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. SF & BM (only box shaped vessel) Bilging (only box shaped vessel) Inclining Experiment Thrust & Centre of Pressure Angle of Loll Trim Calculation of BML & BMT List

MIDSHIP SECTION FEATURES, ADVANTAGES & DISADVANTAGES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Hatch coverless cellular container ship Spherical type LNG carrier Large double hull crude oil tanker Double skin bulk carrier Fully pressurized LPG Membrane type LNG

CODE OF INTACT STABILITY 1. IMO weather criteria against wind & waves 2. Floodable length & permissible length for a typical passenger vessel. Calculation & parameters, sub division load line. 3. Recommended contents of stability book 4. Stability criteria for ships carrying timber on weather deck 5. Stability criteria for passenger ship 6. Stability criteria for container ship > 100 meter length 7. Stability criteria for timber carrier 8. Relationship between the transverse stability & rolling period of small ships. How is rolling period measured? 9. Damage Stability criteria of passenger ships 10. Effect of increasing beam on GZ curve 11. Stiff & Tender ship

SHEARING FORCE, BENDING MOMENTS & TORSIONAL STRESS 1. What do you understand by torsional moment? How do you calculate the torsional moment in a container ship? How significant is torsional stress in a container ship?

INTERNATIONAL LOADLINE REGULATIONS 1. Step by step procedures to compute Summer Freeboard on Type A ship 2. Corrections made to the basic tabular freeboard of a Type B vessel under Load Line Convention 3. Differentiate between a Type A & B 100 ship as per International Load Line Convention 4. Conditions of assignment of freeboard for a ship 200 meters long 5. Corrections to be applied to tabulated freeboard to obtain summer freeboard. 6. Conditions of Assignment of Freeboard 7. What is Sheer Credit? How is it applied to excess or deficiency of sheer calculated? How is sheer correction applied to tabular freeboard? 8. Conditions of Assignment of Freeboard for tankers 9. Conditions of assignment of freeboard for scuppers, inlets & discharges. 10. Sub division load line 11. Define length, freeboard deck & superstructure

INCLINING EXPERIMENT 1. Principles, necessity & precautions 2. Short note on inclining experiment

FIRE INTEGRITY 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Differentiate between A 60, A 15 & A 0 class fire divisions Write a short note on Standard Fire Test Requirements of trunk way passing through an A Class division What is an A Class fire division? Fire integrity requirements of ventilation systems Sprinkler type fixed fire extinguishing system

SHIPYARD PRACTICE 1. 2. 3. 4. Sequence of events taking place in a modern shipyard Write short notes on: CAD / CAM, Sheer plan, half breadth plan and body plan. Role of computer in ship construction Computer aided lofting, fairing & manufacturing

STEEL 1. 2. Procedure of Impact test conducted on a metal What are the advantages & disadvantages of aluminium in ship building? What are the requirements with respect to fire integrity for use of aluminium in ship building? 3. Process of connecting aluminium superstructure to steel deck & hull of ship 4. Various grades of steel used for construction & where they are used 5. Stress strain graph of mild steel, grades of steel 6. Tests carried out on ship building steel 7. How can a badly dented plate be faired? Examples where casting or forging is used 8. Write short notes on: Brittle fracture & ductile fracture 9. Explain annealing, ductility & fatigue 10. Explain stress strain relationship in metal 11. What parts of a ship counteract sagging, hogging, racking & grounding stresses? 12. Write short notes crop & renew, insert, doublers, tack weld, spot weld

ROLLING 1. 2. 3. 4. Forced rolling Synchronous rolling & dangers. Actions to be taken Why large ships tend to roll heavily in following seas? Factors for large rolling in heavy seas from bow & quarters. Remedial action for the same 5. How still water rolling period is affected by distribution of weights? 6. Parametric rolling 7. Effect of GMT, draft & displacement, distribution of weights.

TONNAGE MEASURMENT 1. With respect to International Tonnage Convention give two examples of excluded space 2. Differentiate between enclosed spaces & excluded spaces 3. Explain how exclusion from measurement can be availed for a space open at one end. 4. When did the Tonnage Convention come into force & what were the criteria? What ships does this not apply to? 5. Write short notes on Gross Tonnage & Net Tonnage

MISCELLANEOUS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Venting arrangements for oil tankers as per SOLAS Machinery spaces of Category A Central Control Station Main Vertical Zone Atriums Shift of COG due to loading of heavy lift by ships crane.