Docks and Harbor Engineering MCQ Test

  1. The shape of docks and basins is generally kept in ...........
  2. The width of the entrances of the harbours is restricted to
  3. The fixed mooring does not require ...........
  4. A harbour is a place where .............. get shelter and protection against destructive forces due to sea waves
  5. What is a roadstead?
  6. What is the vertical distance from a water line to the bottom of a ship called when a ship floats on its designed waterline?
  7. Which of the following structures protects the shore by trapping of littoral drift?
  8. What is the called the chamber, where a ship is berthed and lifted by principles of buoyancy?
  9. What is the most popular method of construction of wall breakwaters?
  10. ........ is a fixed type mooring accessory?
  11. The Repair docks are ............
  12. ......... results in the greatest protection of shore structures?
  13. What is used as a basis for the classification of the harbor?
  14. Which of the following options will come under the classification of Bombay Port?
Docks and Harbor Engineering MCQ

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  • Rectangular ways
  • Inclined quays
  • Diamond shape quays
  • All of the Above
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  • 180 m
  • 150 m
  • 125 m
  • 100 m
  • Capstan
  • Anchors
  • Bollard
  • Mooring post
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  • It is the end of the road at the harbour.
  • It may be protected by break water walls.
  • It is a protected area of water where boats can move safely.
  • None of the above
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  • Barge method
  • Staging method
  • Low level method
  • None of the above
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  • Dry docks, wet docks, floating docks, lift docks
  • Wet docks, lift docks, marine railways, dry docks
  • Wet docks, floating docks, lift docks, marine railways
  • Marine railways, dry docks, floating docks, wet docks
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  • Vertical sea wall
  • Stepped sea wall
  • Sea wall with batter
  • Sea wall with concave face
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  • Area
  • Protection
  • Placement
  • Climatic condition
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  • Natural harbor
  • Artificial harbor
  • Semi Natural harbor
  • Semi Artificial harbor
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  • Artificial harbor
  • Natural harbor
  • Semi artificial harbor
  • Semi natural harbor
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  • Yanam port
  • Kakinada port
  • Mumbai port
  • Vishakhapatnam port
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  • The docks
  • The harbours
  • Terminal buildings
  • All of the above
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  • The low water line
  • The high water line
  • The limit of swamps
  • None of the above
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  • Bow line
  • Stern line
  • Spring line
  • All of the above
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  • A falling hydraulic gradient occurs in the direction of the wave
  • The wave while receding carries finer particles out to deep water
  • The on-shore wind helps to produce wave action as well as rise of M.S.L
  • None of the above
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