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SECTION 2 DEFINITIONS

1. 2.07 What is a Bill of Lading?
. a. A receipt for the cargo
. b. Evidence of the contract
. c. A document confirming ownership of cargo
. d. Answers a., b. and c. are all correct
2. 2.44 A US barrel has a volume of?
. a. 55 US gallons
. b. 1 cubic meter
. c. 5 liters
. d. 42 US gallons
3. 2.10 What is deadwood?
. a. Wooden cup-case thermometer cases that are no longer fit for use
. b. Any piece of gauging equipment made of wood (i.e. wooden handles of gauge tapes, cup-case thermometer cases) that have been exposed to chemicals and have been damaged as a result
. c. Any tank fitting or structural member inside a tank that affects the capacity of the tank
. d. Answers a., b. and c. are all wrong
4. 2.17 What is Gross Standard Volume (GSV)?
. a. The total volume of all petroleum liquids excluding free water, water and sediment, corrected to a standard temperature by the appropriate volume correction factor for the observed temperature and density
. b. The total volume of all petroleum liquids including free water, water and sediment, corrected to a standard temperature by the appropriate volume correction factor for the observed temperature and density
. c. The total volume of all petroleum liquids and sediment and water, excluding free water, corrected to a standard temperature by the appropriate volume correction factor for the observed temperature and density
. d. The total volume of all petroleum liquids including free water but excluding sediment and water, corrected to a standard temperature by the appropriate volume correction factor for the observed temperature and density
5. 2.32 What is the name of the document which is given as an official receipt for the cargo on board a vessel?
. a. Certificate of Quality
. b. Custom declaration
. c. Bill of Lading
. d. Charter party
6. 2.19 What is Total Calculated Volume (TCV)?
. a. GSV plus free water
. b. NSV plus free water
. c. GSV less sediment and water
. d. NSV plus sediment and water
7. 2.01 What does the API Gravity scale indicate?
. a. Density
. b. Volume
. c. Weight in Vacuum
. d. Ratio of weight to density
8. 2.25 What is the volume of all material in a tank, less the free water, called, when corrected by the volume correction factor?
. a. Gross Standard Volume (GSV)
. b. Gross Observed Volume (GOV)
. c. Total Calculated Volume (TCV)
. d. Net Standard Volume (NSV)
9. 2.37 How is draft defined?
. a. The vertical distance from the surface of the water to the keel of the ship
. b. The vertical distance from the deck of the ship to the surface of the water
. c. The vertical distance from the Plimsoll mark to the bottom of the ship
. d. The vertical distance from the Plimsoll mark to the deck
10. 2.08 What is clingage?
. a. The wedge shaped volume of oil remaining in a tank after discharge
. b. The non-liquid wedge-shaped volume of oil remaining in a tank after discharge
. c. The cargo that adheres to the internal vertical surfaces of a tank after it has been emptied.
. d. The ability of a liquid to cling to the inside surface of a container
11. 2.22 What is a floating roof tank?
. a. A tank in which the roof floats freely on the surface of the liquid contents at all levels.
. b. A tank in which the roof floats freely on the surface of the liquid contents except at low levels when the weight of the roof is supported by its legs.
. c. A tank in which the roof, supported by guide wires, can be adjusted to the required height for safe filling of the tank
. d. Answers a., b. and c. are all wrong
12. 2.41 What has the same meaning as the term innage?
. a. Ullage
. b. Sounding
. c. Outage
. d. Answers a., b. and c. are all wrong
13. 2.11 What is the formula for density?
. a. Length divided by width
. b. Volume divided by temperature
. c. Mass divided by volume
. d. Mass divided by relative density
14. 2.33 What is the name given to the factor calculated from the ratios of historical Total Calculated Volumes (TCV) of a vessel (less OBQ/ROB) with the corresponding historical Total Calculated Volumes (TCV) of shore delivered/received volumes?
. a. Voyage Analysis Factor
. b. Tank Correction Factor
. c. Vessel Experience Factor
. d. Ullage Correction Factor
15. 2.43 What is a wall wash test?
. a. The activity of rinsing the wall of a tank with a solvent and obtaining a sample of the previous product(s) to determine compatibility with the product to be loaded
. b. The activity of rinsing a tank with clean, fresh water following tank cleaning to ensure that the product to be loaded will not be contaminated
. c. The activity of washing the walls of a tank to remove all traces of the product previously contained in the tank
. d. Answers a., b. and c. are all wrong
16. 2.34 What is the name given to the mixture of oil, tank washings, water and sediment collected in a designated ship's tank?
. a. Polluted oil
. b. Merchantable oil
. c. Slops
. d. Hazardous waste
17. 2.38 How is trim defined?
. a. The same as the draft
. b. The difference between the forward and aft draft
. c. The average of the forward draft, the amidships draft, and the aft draft
. d. The leaning of the vessel to one side
18. 2.09 What is a datum plate?
. a. A level metal plate located directly under the reference gauge point to provide a fixed contact surface from which liquid depth measurement can be made.
. b. A metal plate located next to the gauging point on a tank indicating the reference gauge height.
. c. A metal plate located close to the gauging point on a tank listing all the relevant tank data
. d. A level metal plate located at the top of a gauge hatch on a tank from which the gauge height is measured.
19. 2.16 What is Gross Observed Volume (GOV)?
. a. The total measured volume of all petroleum liquids, sediment and water, and free water at observed temperature
. b. The total volume of all petroleum liquids and sediment and water, excluding free water, at observed temperature
. c. The total volume of all petroleum liquids excluding sediment and water and free water, at observed temperature
. d. The total volume of all petroleum liquids and sediment and water, excluding free water, corrected to a standard temperature by the appropriate volume correction factor for the observed temperature and density
20. 2.42 What is load on top?
. a. The shipboard practice of collecting water and water and oil mixtures resulting from ballasting and tank cleaning operations (usually in a slop tank) and subsequently loading cargo on top of it and pumping the mixture ashore at the discharge port.
. b. The act of commingling existing onboard quantity with cargo being loaded
. c. Answers a. and b. are correct
. d. Answers a., b. and c. are all wrong

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