# Civil Engineering - Docks and Harbours

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### Exercise :: Docks and Harbours - Section 1

1.

According to the recommendations of International Navigational Congress in 1912, the ratio of length to width at the entrance for cargo vessels is

 A. 5.5 and 6.0 to 1 B. 6.2 and 6.8 to 1 C. 7.4 and 7.8 to 1 D. 8.2 and 8.5 to 1

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2.

Pick up the correct statement from the following:

 A. An artificial barrier which makes the enclosed area safe for anchorage of ships, is known as break water B. The break water whose inside is used as a plateform for loading and unloading is called a mole C. The length of the quay wall is governed by the length of the largest vessel likely to be berthed D. All the above.

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3.

Buoys which support the cables to which vessels are attached are of

 A. cylindrical shape B. drum C. pear shaped D. spherical shape E. all of these.

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4.

The beach is built:

 A. with largest material locally available to the waves B. with large material locally available to the waves C. with fine material locally available to the waves D. with finest material locally available to the waves.

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5.

Flow of air from one place to the other is caused due to

 A. the sum of elevation B. pressure head C. velocity head D. all of the above.