## Docks and Harbor Engineering In a two lane channel, bottom width of channel is given by

Manoeuvring lane + (2 × Bank clearance lane) + ship clearance lane
(2 × Manoeuvring lane) + (2 × Bank clearance lane + ship clearance lane)
(2 × Manoeuvring lane) + (2 × Bank clearance lane)
Manoeuvring lane + (2 × Bank clearance lane)

## Docks and Harbor Engineering Assertion A : Depth and width required at the entrance to a harbour are more than those required in the channel.Reason R : The entrance to a harbour is usually more exposed to waves as compared to the harbour itself.Select your answer based on the coding system given below:

Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of
Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of
A is false but R is true.
A is true but R is false.

## Docks and Harbor Engineering Consider the following statements in regard to Beaufort scale for wind speeds,(i) The Beaufort number ranges from 1 to 12.(ii) Higher Beaufort number indicates higher speed of wind,(iii) Beaufort number for calm is smallest and for hurricane is highest Of these statements

(ii) and (iii) are correct
(i), (ii) and (iii) are correct
(i) and (iii) are correct
(i) and (ii) are correct

## Docks and Harbor Engineering Which of the following conditions of loading imposes the greatest load on the foundation in case of dry docks?

When the dock is dry and is under construction
When the dock is empty with the ship of maximum tonnage
When the dock is empty
When the dock is full of water

## Docks and Harbor Engineering Consider the following statements in regard to Beaufort scale for wind speeds,(i) The Beaufort number ranges from 1 to 12.(ii) Higher Beaufort number indicates higher speed of wind,(iii) Beaufort number for calm is smallest and for hurricane is highest of these statements

(i) and (ii) are correct
(i), (ii) and (iii) are correct
(i) and (iii) are correct
(ii) and (iii) are correct

## Docks and Harbor Engineering A ship strikes the berth generally at an angle

10° with the face of the dock
30° with the face of the dock
45° with the face of the dock
90° with the face of the dock