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SECTION 4 - MARINE MEASUREMENT

1. 4.02 If the vessel has independently certified wedge tables, they may be used instead of calculating the wedge volume yourself.
. a. True
. b. False
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2. 4.81 If a vessel is discharging under closed gauging conditions and the valve adapters on board are not compatible with the inspector s electronic gauging equipment. What action should be taken?
. a. The principal should be contacted for instructions
. b. The ship s gauging equipment should be used
. c. The ship s gauging equipment should be used but only after it has been verified against inspection company equipment and results recorded
. d. A manual tape should be used with open gauging
3. 4.51 Which of the following conditions must be present for trim corrections to apply?
. a. Tank contents must touch all four bulkheads
. b. Tank contents must be non liquid
. c. Tank contents must not contact the forward bulkhead
. d. Answers a. and b. are correct
4. 4.61 When taking a draft reading which is in metric units; what is the distance between each number?
. a. 6 inches
. b. 5 centimetres
. c. 12 centimetres
. d. 10 centimetres
5. 4.08 When you are on board a marine vessel, the overall responsibility for the use of proper safety procedures, appropriate measurement equipment and the correct sampling equipment rests with?
. a. The inspector
. b. The inspection company that the inspector works for
. c. The vessel
. d. The inspection company s principal
6. 4.52 What is the definition of list?
. a. A piece of paper showing the names of all on board personnel
. b. The inclination or leaning of the vessel away from the upright
. c. The correction required when the vessel is not on even keel
. d. The position of the tank contents when the vessel is down by the head
7. 4.18 Why may multipoint gauging be required when performing an OBQ/ROB survey?
. a. To help determine if a wedge condition exists
. b. To help determine the nature (liquid or non-liquid) and quantity of the OBQ/ROB
. c. Because the vessel is on even keel.
. d. Answers a. and b. are correct
8. 4.87 Can a partial cargo VEF or compartmental VEF can be established?
. a. Yes
. b. No
.
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9. 4.67 When carrying out a wall wash test of a vessel s cargo tank a number of discoloured areas, tank coating breaks and exposed sections on the tank surface are noted. If these areas are greater than 20% of the tank s surface area, what action should be taken?
. a. The areas should be washed and the wall washings included with those from the rest of the tank
. b. The areas should be noted on the inspection report but should not be washed
. c. The areas should be washed and the wall washings from these areas kept in a separate bottle
. d. The areas can be ignored
10. 4.68 Should a wall wash be performed on a wet tank surface?
. a. Yes
. b. No
.
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11. 4.14 When should a bunker inspection be performed?
. a. Only with fuel oil cargoes
. b. With every product except gasoline
. c. When requested by the vessel
. d. As appropriate or on the request of the principal
12. 4.08 When you are on board a marine vessel, the overall responsibility for the use of proper safety procedures, appropriate measurement equipment and the correct sampling equipment rests with?
. a. The inspector
. b. The inspection company that the inspector works for
. c. The vessel
. d. The inspection company's principal
13. 4.72 When wall washing a tank, which of the following is correct?
. a. Tank bottoms (floor) normally do not require wall washing
. b. There are two wall wash methods, blotter and funnel
. c. Each wall wash area should be at least 3 feet by 6 feet
. d. Answers a., b. and c. are all correct
14. 4.66 When carrying out a wall wash test of a vessel s cargo tank a number of discoloured areas on the tank surface are noted. If the discoloured areas are less than 20% of the tank s surface area, can these areas be sampled (wall washed) and included the tank sample?
. a. Yes
. b. No
.
.
15. 4.63 What is a wall wash test?
. a. A procedure involving high pressure automated washing of the walls of a tank to remove any cargo residue
. b. 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
. c. A procedure in which a tank is washed with caustic solution to remove surface build-up
. d. Answers a., b. and c. are all wrong
16. 4.59 What information is determined from draft readings?
. a. The depth of the vessel in the water
. b. The trim and list of the vessel
. c. The displacement weight of the vessel
. d. Answers a., b. and c. are all correct
17. 4.11 Why is measurement of free water on board marine vessels important?
. a. To enable net cargo reconciliation
. b. As a check against water quantities received at the shore terminal
. c. As an indication of possible cargo theft
. d. Answers a., b. and c. are all correct
18. 4.13 What is the purpose of ballast?
. a. To keep the cargo warm
. b. To segregate cargoes
. c. To reduce the ship s fuel consumption
. d. To maintain the vessel s stability, trim and draft, and to control vessel stress
19. 4.12 When you board a vessel, what is the first thing you do?
. a. Start sampling
. b. Check to see if the inert gas system is on
. c. Report to the person in charge on the vessel
. d. Start taking temperatures
20. 4.80 According to Energy Institute HM28 / HM29 API MPMS Chapter 17.1, what should happen as part of a shore inspection?
. a. The Terminal should tell the Inspector the condition of the line
. b. A line fullness verification procedure should be requested to verify line condition
. c. Unless instructed otherwise, the Inspector should assume that the line is full before and after transfer of product
. d. Answers a., b. and c. are all correct

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