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There are 222 answer(s) beginning with the letter N.

Question: NADK
Answer: The cargo vapour is normally condensed against freon in a cascade cooling plant

Question: NAJH
Answer: Body temperature below 35C / Heat the body

Question: NAJJ
Answer: Separation of water and oil.

Question: Name the three conditions which must prevail to
Answer: Voltage equal, frequency equa

Question: Name the three isolating devices fitted between
Answer: The non-return valve, the dec

Question: Name the two (2) different lubrication oil circu
Answer: The bearing and gear oil circ

Question: Name the type of shut off valve that has a wedge
Answer: A gate valve.

Question: Name three items you should find in the galley 1
Answer: Plaster's, bandages, and anti

Question: NASM
Answer: increasing with poorer cooling of the air in the air cooler.

Question: NAUC
Answer: To fill up the lines slowly.

Question: NAWY
Answer: so that neither craft nor stowage arrangement interfere with the general operation of the ship

Question: NBCP
Answer: Cargo heater, cargo condenser, freon condenser, vaporiser, super heater, oil coolers, intermediate cooler

Question: NBEB
Answer: Allyl alcohol is incompatible with propanolamine but both are compatible with benzene.

Question: NBFY
Answer: It would be determined by risk assessment, but at very least would comprise safety line and harness, lifebuoy standing by, safety hat, boiler suit safety boots.

Question: NBOJ
Answer: Flames are usually higher than the diameter of the fire

Question: NBQX
Answer: Forces which bends the vessel up and down in the fore-aft direction (hogg/sagg). fore-and-aft direction (hogg/sagg).

Question: NBRR
Answer: If during a Port state or Flag state visit, or whilst carrying out a safety survey or in the event of an accident or incident and it is discovered that essential safety gear is inoperative or missing.

Question: NBSF
Answer: the use of MF and/or VHF R/T

Question: NBTI
Answer: Pivot point

Question: NCDF
Answer: Clean the heat transfer surface

Question: NCKV
Answer: Calculate the time of the sunset and then take the bearing

Question: NCMM
Answer: less than 20m

Question: NCMO
Answer: B keeps clear of A

Question: NCNE
Answer: I(2) = 4 A

Question: NCOG
Answer: four rocket parachute flares

Question: NCOX
Answer: OR

Question: NCTB
Answer: EPIRB

Question: NCUS
Answer: seven or more short blasts followed by one long blast

Question: NDBP
Answer: The signs use black lettering on a white background

Question: NDFR
Answer: Ventilate excessively?

Question: NDGM
Answer: To ensure that we do not have any water assembly in the cylinders when the compressor start.

Question: NDKP
Answer: – 38 V

Question: NDKR
Answer: Coal?

Question: NDLP
Answer: use of communication equipment

Question: NDLR
Answer: sea-charts and navigating equipment

Question: NDMF
Answer: Informal warning(s), Formal warning(s), Dismissal,

Question: NDOY
Answer: Reduce the RPM to reduce the scavenge air temperature

Question: NEAR
Answer: is important

Question: NEAW
Answer: Secure hatches

Question: NECK
Answer: Aft spring is defined as A on the figure

Question: NEEW
Answer: an immersion suit or an anti-exposure suit

Question: NEGL
Answer: As with no. 2

Question: NEJV
Answer: at least 200 % N (lifeboat capacity: 100 % N; liferaft capacity: 100 % N) (*)

Question: NELP
Answer: That the CBA expressly states that it applies to NIS ships and is subject to Norwegian laws and courts of law unless courts of another country is explicity mentioned.

Question: NEQI
Answer: He would be signed in form ALC 1c

Question: New tankers of 20,000 dwt and above shall in no
Answer: IV, V

Question: Newspaper reporters need to be observant and___
Answer: open-minded

Question: Next weather report is at 1355 local time. thirteen fifty-five
Answer: thirteen fifty-five

Question: NFBH
Answer: Letter b.

Question: NFDV
Answer: LF-gain

Question: NFFQ
Answer: Searchlight to be provided at the launching station

Question: NFGJ
Answer: Lower lifeboat to water

Question: NFPJ
Answer: Lub oil cooler is clogged.

Question: NFTP
Answer: None of the other alternatives

Question: NFTW
Answer: Hold space is the space enclosed by the ship’s structure in which a cargo containment system is situated

Question: NFUP
Answer: either 10% of the number of persons the liferaft is permitted to accommodate or 2 whichever is the greater

Question: NFVF
Answer: He wants the anchor secured thoroughly

Question: NFVG
Answer: Check for proper air vent of the exchanger.

Question: NFVL
Answer: Stop the engine and look for a fuel or water leak.

Question: NGAH
Answer: The use of drogues

Question: NGFM
Answer: Both local, remote from bridge and one emergency remote control station

Question: NGOL
Answer: Rapid recovery shall be possible with the boat’s full complement of persons and equipment

Question: NGPG
Answer: The interface moves outwards

Question: NGPM
Answer: either automatically on immersion or by a single manual motion or by mouth

Question: NGQJ
Answer: A ship with a long, slim hull

Question: NGST
Answer: Proportional increase – higher temperature – more volume.

Question: NGWA
Answer: always

Question: NGXP
Answer: Each lifeboat shall be launched with its assigned crew, and manoeuvred in the water at least once every three months during an abandon ship drill.

Question: NGXU
Answer: They may not carry cargo between Norwegian ports.

Question: NHGF
Answer: Decrease.

Question: NHLF
Answer: Any one of The Norwegian Maritime Directorate or the shipowner or the master.

Question: NHPH
Answer: Should be informative for both operational parties?

Question: NHUH
Answer: A continuous DSC watch on Channel 70.

Question: NHUI
Answer: smoke going out the stack

Question: NIAX
Answer: Blow down boiler and check condenser for leakage.

Question: NIBB
Answer: A responsible Officer

Question: NIBX
Answer: Hypothermia

Question: nicenice, small, tiny, little
Answer: nicenice

Question: Nick___in London all his life.
Answer: has lived

Question: NIDO
Answer: Inform the stevedore superintendent, the chief officer, and write a damage report?

Question: NIDQ
Answer: S O S (Telegraphy) / MAYDAY (Telephony)

Question: NIDR
Answer: Clean the system and change the oil.

Question: NIDT
Answer: The person who is designated in the muster list

Question: NIGD
Answer: Co-ordinator Surface Search

Question: night, ate, freight, chase
Answer: night

Question: NIHX
Answer: Greasy sludge from the compressor sticking between the fins in the air coolers, necessitating extra cleaning of these.

Question: NIIL
Answer: No, drifting in ballast condition may be quite different

Question: NIMS
Answer: lifebuoy with light

Question: NING
Answer: All vessels carrying more than 10 000 gallons of oil , irrespective whether as cargo or bunker

Question: Nitrogen is used instead of inert gas in order t
Answer: prevent contamination of the

Question: NIUB
Answer: He will find new brake bands in the engine store

Question: NJAV
Answer: All the mentioned alternatives.

Question: NJBT
Answer: Segregated ballast tanker.

Question: NJBY
Answer: 12 h

Question: NJOJ
Answer: 10 minutes

Question: NJWV
Answer: Sensitivity

Question: NJXQ
Answer: Short circuit protection.

Question: NKEH
Answer: Call the engineer on watch

Question: NKJG
Answer: All answers are good

Question: NKMQ
Answer: All work

Question: NKPW
Answer: Reduce mechanical wear on the internal parts caused by vibration

Question: NKSP
Answer: Improve material of intake air filters

Question: NKVO
Answer: By have him demonstrate his ability

Question: NKVW
Answer: IMO Solid Bulk Cargoes Code?

Question: NLAA
Answer: the coast-station

Question: NLCN

Question: NLIE
Answer: Foam installation

Question: NLKW
Answer: Fire alarm bell

Question: NLMM
Answer: A buoy or a lighthouse which is activated by a ship’s radar, this is indicated by a marker on the radar

Question: NMAS
Answer: It means that the product is included in the code because of it`s safety hazards.

Question: NMBQ
Answer: Tell the jettyman to stop loading immediately.

Question: NMKT
Answer: 16 mA

Question: NMRJ
Answer: a non-skid finish on all surfaces on which persons might walk

Question: NMTV
Answer: 3% of the total cargo volume.

Question: NNDD
Answer: the speed of the vessel

Question: NNEO
Answer: The engine officer in charge of bunkering on the receiving vessel

Question: NNFL
Answer: Leaking injection valve.

Question: NNFN
Answer: The position ensures that an open airway is maintained.

Question: NNFR
Answer: 2182 kHz.

Question: NNJV
Answer: Yearly

Question: NNOO
Answer: Lifebuoy with light and smoke

Question: NNPO
Answer: not be sent by VHF-installation

Question: NNPQ
Answer: Keep your working area clean and tidy.

Question: NNSX
Answer: Piston rod

Question: NNTP
Answer: ensuring that passengers and crew are made aware of the order to abandon ship

Question: NNTR
Answer: The hydraulic pump is usually used for tightening the G-nuts

Question: NNVH
Answer: Not specified exactly, but recommends at periods between 4 and 6 weeks

Question: No oil discharge monitoring equipment is to be f
Answer: I, II, III, IV, V

Question: NOAH
Answer: Stand on dry insulating material and pull the person away with isolating material.

Question: Nobody phoned did___?
Answer: they

Question: NOGG
Answer: Near to the entrance to the space

Question: NOIP
Answer: 1

Question: NOIR
Answer: Enhanced Group Call

Question: none, either, two, both
Answer: none

Question: NOOL
Answer: Drill press

Question: not, nose, load, code
Answer: not

Question: Noti
Answer: y the US Coast Guard

Question: NOTM
Answer: Area protected by CO2

Question: NOYM
Answer: The P & I Club’s nearest representative.

Question: NPLF
Answer: Nylon.

Question: NPQE
Answer: In the SOLAS convention and its annex

Question: NPRT
Answer: A class fire door

Question: NPST
Answer: they always have access to the radio-equipment on board

Question: NPVG
Answer: Mask, bottle, frame, medium pressure valve and low pressure valve

Question: NPVV
Answer: Not to damage the rotor blades.

Question: NPVY
Answer: Integral tanks are normally not allowed on gas carriers if the cargo to be carryed have boiling point less than -10oC at atmospheric pressure

Question: NPWY
Answer: 13 – 14° C

Question: NQAF
Answer: starting and operating the lifeboat engine

Question: NQHW
Answer: Smoke detector

Question: NQKI
Answer: Likely cause a sudden or violent list due to the very large free surface in the broad beamed holds?

Question: NQMS
Answer: They have had problems securing the gangway

Question: NQQE
Answer: 15 ppm

Question: NQRT
Answer: Cargo ships below 300 tons gross

Question: NQVA
Answer: how the order to abandon ship will be given

Question: NQVW
Answer: Identification of the ship.

Question: NRCQ
Answer: Powder.

Question: NRCW
Answer: Everyone

Question: NRDN
Answer: Annually or more frequently due to new methods being employed or following an accident

Question: NRLY
Answer: 15 PPM

Question: NRMV
Answer: 3,5?

Question: NRMW
Answer: Aft is defined as A on the figure

Question: NRNJ
Answer: Must not exceed 8% by volume.

Question: NRNL
Answer: hatches positioned so as to allow launching and recovery operations to be performed without any occupant having to leave the enclosure

Question: NRWS
Answer: All ships that are covered by the IMO safety conventions

Question: NRWV
Answer: 14

Question: NSAY
Answer: Gear pump

Question: NSDK
Answer: There isn’t longtitudal bulkhead in membrane tanks

Question: NSGS
Answer: Not recommended at all.

Question: NSJD
Answer: Forward is given by C on the figure

Question: NSNF
Answer: Lifejacket

Question: NSOF
Answer: be sent by an MF-installation on the DSC-distress frequency

Question: NSRP
Answer: 3 min

Question: NSRR
Answer: The FW-HT is circulated in a closed system, cooling cylinder jackets on Main Engine and aux. Engines

Question: NTAR
Answer: Both systems use same chart datum

Question: NTBL
Answer: Air suppression

Question: NTBS
Answer: Open, when pressure in the boiler is in excess of normal working pressure.

Question: NTCQ
Answer: By inhaling, skin penetrating, skin absorbing and swallowing

Question: NTDJ
Answer: None of the above

Question: NTFU
Answer: To avoid backflow of gas to the engine?

Question: NTJA
Answer: F1B

Question: NTJV
Answer: half of the total number of lifebuoys provided on board

Question: NTJX
Answer: routine

Question: NTRG
Answer: So neither the rescue boat nor its launching arrangements will interfere with any survival craft at any other launching station.

Question: NTVN
Answer: He must sign on in section ALC 1c of the crew agreement, and his hours of work would be carefully monitored and would involve risk assessments being carried out to ensure that he can carry out the tasks given him

Question: NTWM
Answer: Maintain the specified boiling temperature

Question: NTXB
Answer: Direction B

Question: NUIA
Answer: 25 %

Question: NUSE
Answer: T T T (Telegraphy) / SECURITE (Telephony)

Question: NUTE
Answer: Into the crankcase and mix with the lube oil.

Question: NUUX
Answer: Square System

Question: NUVL
Answer: 7m

Question: NVAO
Answer: Every port

Question: NVAQ
Answer: Details of ship, the date of first entry, and list of Masters

Question: NVEO
Answer: Inerted to less than 8% oxygen(IMO).

Question: NVKL
Answer: G3E

Question: NVKP
Answer: Line fuses and overcurrent relays

Question: NVQH
Answer: Shear forces and bending moments.

Question: NVRF
Answer: To do a full calibration.

Question: NVSA
Answer: By immersing them in buckets with oil and water.

Question: NVSX
Answer: Your ship will sheer to starboard rather quickly with the possible consequence of grounding

Question: NWDX
Answer: The frequency of the incoming alternator is the same as that of the main switchboard

Question: NWFJ
Answer: The infrared radiation and ultraviolet radiation given off by flames

Question: NWHD
Answer: Bimetallic strips need time to cool down

Question: NWJN
Answer: Because you may cut your fingers.

Question: NWKI
Answer: The surveyor is checking that the emergency exits are properly marked, free from obstacles and that the closing devices are easy operable.

Question: NWLI
Answer: Midships is given by B on the figure

Question: NWNS
Answer: Upper.

Question: NWRF
Answer: 6

Question: NWSS
Answer: date of replacement of the battery

Question: NXCC
Answer: The signal which is stated in the muster list

Question: NXCD
Answer: All mentioned functions

Question: NXEM
Answer: All combustible materials

Question: NXFE
Answer: None

Question: NXTS
Answer: On the cargo tank area all time?

Question: NYAJ
Answer: For safety reasons, to ensure that all explosive atmosphere inside the boiler is removed.

Question: NYBB
Answer: a disc aerial is used

Question: NYBH
Answer: Somewhere aft of the center of gravity, but it is impossible to pin-point the exact location

Question: NYFJ
Answer: Dismantle the exchanger and check or renew the rubber packings.

Question: NYFL
Answer: Purging inertgas, purging air, inspect, purging inertgas?

Question: NYSN
Answer: Correct donning of life-jackets

Question: NYWA
Answer: Information related to fire fighting equipment, release systems etc. do we find in ship fire plan.

Question: NYWT
Answer: Pump out a small quantity from each tank at the first opportunity , to avoid having an overflow to deck when you put heating to the tank