1. 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
2. 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
3. 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
4. 4.42 What is meant by the term trimmed by the head?
. a. The aft draft reading is greater that the forward draft reading.
. b. The forward draft reading is greater than the aft draft reading.
. c. The ship has water in the forepeak tank.
. d. Trim corrections will always be added to the measured gauge
5. 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 heigh
. c. The equipment should be grounded
. d. Answers a., b. and c. are all correct
6. 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)
7. 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
8. 4.34 In API MPMS Chapter 17.2 are there any guidelines for vessel inspection in adverse weather?
. a. Yes
. b. No
9. 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
10. 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
11. 4.35 API MPMS Chapter 17.4/ISO 8697 does not address the issue of pumpability.
. a. True
. b. False
12. 4.04 Can a free water volume be calculated using a wedge formula, if the water does not touch the forward bulkhead.
. a. Yes
. b. No
13. 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
14. 4.31 If there is spotting of the water paste above the clear cut level what would you use to calculate the volume?
. a. The very top of the spotting
. b. The clear cut but note the spotting volume in the remarks
. c. There is no mention of spotting in published standards
. d. Answers a., b. and c. are all wrong
15. 4.71 During a tank entry inspection, which of the following is not correct?
. a. Since more than one person will be entering the tank, it is not necessary to have a standby person at the hatch
. b. All pipelines should be drained and verified empty
. c. The tank atmosphere should be tested for safe entry
. d. All surface areas should be checked for possible contamination, tank coating condition and loose rust
16. 4.44 What is the main reason for taking draft readings on fully-loaded vessels at the loading port?
. a. To be used at the discharge port in case of a cargo variance
. b. To enable calculation of trim or list corrections if needed
. c. To compare with draft readings at the discharge port
. d. To ensure adequate cargo drainage
17. 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
18. 4.23 In what case will non-liquid ROB be considered not to be evenly distributed across the tank bottom?
. a. When the vessel is listing
. b. When the cargo was heated
. c. When multiple gauges in the tank prove otherwise
. d. When ROB is more than 10cm [4 ] deep
19. 4.39 As a minimum, how many liquid level measurements must be taken in a vessel s tanks when the vessel is in motion (rolling)?
. a. 2
. b. 3
. c. 4
. d. 5
20. 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

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