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SECTION 4 - MARINE MEASUREMENT

1. 4.29 If possible, should you seal a vessel s cargo system sea-valves or any equivalent connection to the ballast system prior to loading?
. a. No
. b. Yes
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2. 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
3. 4.36 What term is used for the measurement of cargo through two or more openings in a tank?
. a. Repetitive motion gauging
. b. Duplicate gauging
. c. Multi-point gauging
. d. Hatch survey
4. 4.75 Who is responsible for determining that cargo on a vessel is loaded only into tanks with surfaces or coatings compatible with the cargo?
. a. The independent Inspector
. b. The shipper of the cargo
. c. Vessel s personnel
. d. Terminal personnel
5. 4.24 What components may be included in OBQ?
. a. Free water
. b. Non-liquid material
. c. Liquid material
. d. Any combination of the above
6. 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
7. 4.26 What is the amount of material found in a tank prior to loading called?
. a. Slops
. b. On Board Quantity (OBQ)
. c. Bunkers
. d. Remaining On Board (ROB)
8. 4.33 If the vessel is at a berth and rolling so that the cargo in the tank is moving more than 3 mm [1/8], the minimum number of gauges to be taken is?
. a. One
. b. Two
. c. Three
. d. Five
9. 4.54 Typically, four parties receive samples at the loading port when a marine tank vessel is loaded. Three of those parties are (1) the independent inspector, (2) the vessel for delivery to the discharging terminal, (3) The vessel for retain. Who is the fourth party?
. a. The cargo owner
. b. The vessel for retain
. c. The vessel s agent
. d. The load port terminal
10. 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
11. 4.01 If the vessel incurs an in transit loss of product and an in transit gain in water, what action should be taken?
. a. Obtain samples of the free water
. b. Check the vessel s bunkers and bunker consumption during the voyage
. c. Verify the condition of seals on the sea suction and overboard discharge valves
. d. Answers a., b. and c. are all correct
12. 4.79 What should a sea valve be sealed to?
. a. The pump-man s wheel wrench
. b. An adjacent static object such as another valve or railing
. c. The main body of the sea valve
. d. The nameplate on the valve wheel
13. 4.62 Which standard covers pre-loading inspection of vessels tanks?
. a. EI HM 4
. b. ISO 3170
. c. API MPMS Chapter 17.8
. d. Answers a., b. and c. are all wrong
14. 4.68 Should a wall wash be performed on a wet tank surface?
. a. Yes
. b. No
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15. 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
16. 4.70 A deck level inspection is the most effective form of tank inspection.
. a. True
. b. False
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17. 4.48 The trim of a vessel will have no effect on the detection of free water.
. a. True
. b. False
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18. 4.89 When calculating a VEF, only the most recent twenty voyages should be used:
. a. True
. b. False
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19. 4.83 What should an inspector do if asked to sign a Dry Certificate:
. a. Sign it if reasonably sure the tanks are dry
. b. Sign it if the ship s crew confirms that the tanks are dry
. c. Refuse to sign as per IFIA guidelines
. d. None of the above
20. 4.74 Pre-loading tank inspection may be limited to gauging OBQ.
. a. True
. b. False
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