1. 4.74 Pre-loading tank inspection may be limited to gauging OBQ.
. a. True
. b. False
2. 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
3. 4.27 What is the amount of material found in a tank after discharge called?
. a. Slops
. b. On Board Quantity (OBQ)
. c. Bunkers
. d. Remaining On Board (ROB)
4. 4.15 It is important when measuring ROB and OBQ to remember that?
. a. Liquid material is usually ullaged.
. b. Non-liquid material must be innaged.
. c. Vessel trim will have an effect on liquid quantities
. d. Answers a., b. and c. are all correct
5. 4.50 When non-liquid material covers the whole bottom of a tank, trim corrections are applicable.
. a. True
. b. False
6. 4.46 What is the most accurate way of measuring a vessel s list?
. a. Ask the Chief Officer
. b. Reading the clinometer
. c. By comparing the port and starboard amidships draft marks
. d. By comparing the fore and aft drafts
7. 4.25 What is cargo that adheres to the bulkheads of a tank called?
. a. Slops
. b. Clingage
. c. Coatage
. d. Ballast
8. 4.77 Why should you never break blisters in a tank coating and never disturb piles of debris on a tank floor when performing a tank entry inspection?
. a. The tank atmosphere may be adversely affected
. b. The Inspector may come into contact with potentially dangerous, unknown material
. c. It is the responsibility of vessels personnel to remove debris and prepare the tank surface before the tank is loaded
. d. Answers a., b. and c. are all correct
9. 4.64 What is a wipe test?
. a. The procedure of wiping sample containers to ensure they are clean before being submitted to the laboratory
. b. The procedure of physically wiping a tanks interior surface with absorbent white rags to test for possible contamination
. c. A specialized laboratory test for the presence of water, iron, polymers and emulsion
. d. Answers a., b. and c. are all wrong
10. 4.85 The best way to prove the liquid/non liquid nature of ROB/OBQ is to have a sample
. a. True
. b. False
11. 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
12. 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
13. 4.30 When portable electronic gauging equipment is used on board a marine vessel, which of the following considerations needs to be addressed?
. a. The equipment used must securely fit the vapour control valve.
. b. The vessel's tank capacity tables must have been adjusted to accommodate the vapour control valve location and reference height
. c. The equipment should be grounded
. d. Answers a., b. and c. are all correct
14. 4.37 What is a Charter Party?
. a. A traditional event hosted by the owner of a vessel celebrating the vessel being hired
. b. A document specifying the dimensions of a vessel so it can get into the docks to load and unload its cargo
. c. A document outlining the terms and conditions that will apply to the owner and the charterer while a vessel is on hire
. d. A statement of the demurrage to be charged to the charterer
15. 4.28 If the Master refuses to allow manual vessel measurements to be taken in accordance with inspection instructions , what should the inspector do?
. a. Contact the principals immediately, via the inspection company office if appropriate
. b. Issue a letter of protest to the vessel
. c. Comply with the Master s instructions
. d. Answers a., b. and c. are all correct
16. 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
17. 4.45 What should trim corrections be applied to?
. a. Only the ROB quantity
. b. Only the OBQ quantity
. c. Any liquid material
. d. Any liquid material that is touching all four tank bulkheads
18. 4.38 What is the Reference Gauge Height of a vessel tank?
. a. The overall height of the expansion trunk, referred to in the drawings
. b. The distance from the tank bottom to the reference gauge point as specified on the tank s capacity table
. c. The measured distance from the tank bottom to the reference gauge point
. d. The place inside the tank where automatic measurement floats are installed
19. 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
20. 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

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