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SECTION 4 - MARINE MEASUREMENT

1. 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
2. 4.21 If you are only able to gauge the vessel s tanks from one location and the ROB is non-liquid, what should you use to obtain a volume?
. a. A wedge table or formula
. b. A trim corrected innage
. c. An uncorrected innage
. d. A trim corrected ullage
3. 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
4. 4.05 The preferred device for taking temperatures in a marine custody transfer is?
. a. A liquid-in-glass thermometer in a cup-case assembly
. b. An in-line temperature probe
. c. An on-board radar system
. d. A portable electronic thermometer
5. 4.20 Is it correct to apply a wedge calculation to an OBQ/ROB volume if the material is touching all four tank bulkheads ?
. a. No
. b. Yes
.
.
6. 4.57 Using the Imperial system of measurement; what size are draft mark numbers?
. a. 12 inches high
. b. 9 inches high
. c. 6 inches high
. d. 3 inches high
7. 4.25 What is cargo that adheres to the bulkheads of a tank called?
. a. Slops
. b. Clingage
. c. Coatage
. d. Ballast
8. 4.08 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
9. 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
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. 4.14 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. 4.50 When non-liquid material covers the whole bottom of a tank, trim corrections are applicable.
. a. True
. b. False
.
.
13. 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
14. 4.35 API MPMS Chapter 17.4/ISO 8697 does not address the issue of pumpability.
. a. True
. b. False
.
.
15. 4.48 The trim of a vessel will have no effect on the detection of free water.
. a. True
. b. False
.
.
16. 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
.
.
17. 4.58 Using the Imperial system of measurement; how far apart are draft mark numbers?
. a. 12 inches
. b. 9 inches
. c. 6 inches
. d. 3 inches
18. 4.40 Is the holding of a key meeting prior to an inspection required to comply with Industry Standards
. a. Yes
. b. No
.
.
19. 4.07 The vessel s master states that he will load 15,000 MT of a product. Your instructions state that a maximum of 13,000 MT should be loaded. What will be your course of action?
. a. Assume the vessel's master has more up to date information
. b. Contact your principal for instructions.
. c. Help to calculate the stop gauge to be certain the ship is not overloaded.
. d. Leave the decision to the terminal.
20. 4.82 Independent inspectors are not expected to correct barge tank gauges/dips for trim because most barges do not have trim tables.
. a. True
. b. False
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