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1

One consideration for determining the safest maximum rate at which bunker fuel may be received is by the __________.

number of tanks to be filled

2

In accordance with Coast Guard Regulations (33 CFR), each pressure gage used in fuel transfer operations must be calibrated to indicate pressure within what percent of the actual pressure?

10%

3

If you observe any situation which presents a safety or pollution hazard during the fuel transfer operations, which action should you take FIRST?

Shut down the operation.

4

When pumping fuel between an offshore supply vessel (OSV) and a MODU, there must be direct VHF radio contact between the offshore supply vessel engineer and the __________.

person in charge of the fuel transfer

5

The temperature of the fuel oil received during bunkering operations is critical in determining the __________.

expansion space to leave in a tank

6

When you have completed bunkering operations, the hoses should be __________.

drained into drip pans or tanks

7

The most critical part of the bunkering operations, which can result in an oil spill, is when the __________.

tanks are being topped off

8

Small oil spills on deck can be prevented from contaminating any waters by __________.

plugging all scuppers and drains

9

To determine if all requirements of the Declaration of Inspection are met for oil transfer operations just prior to bunkering from a shore side facility, __________.

vessel and facility are jointly and independently inspected by the designated persons in charge

10

Pollution Prevention Regulations (33 CFR) specify that the person-in-charge of bunkering is responsible for the __________.

communications with terminal operator

11

When a fuel oil tank is being topped off during bunkering operations, the tank valve should be closed __________.

after the shore pumps are stopped

12

"Checks prior to transfer" are to be performed by who?

jointly by the persons in charge (PICs) of both the barge's and ship's roles of the bunkering operation.

13

Generally, topping-off begins at ___% of tank volume, and filling stops at ___% of tank volume.

beings at 90%, stops at 95%

14

To avoid excessive pressures in the fuel oil filling system during bunkering, you should __________.

reduce the loading rate when topping off

15

You are the chief engineer of a vessel of more than 1600 gross tons on an international voyage. While bunkering lube oil in port, the hose fails and oil is spilled into the harbor. After securing the transfer, how would you proceed?

Set out a boom around the ship to control the spread of the oil.

16

In what application is a remote valve operator most likely to be located outside the machinery space when the valve itself is located within the machinery space?

A valve located in a fuel oil transfer line.

17

In what application is an emergency shutdown most likely to be located outside the machinery space when the pump itself is located within the machinery space?

fuel oil transfer pump

18

Which pump takes fuel oil suction from the double bottom tanks and discharges it to the settling tanks?

fuel oil transfer pump

19

Your ship is working cargo in port when a hydraulic hose ruptures on the weather deck and oil spills into the harbor. Once the source of the oil spill has been secured, how would you proceed?

Follow the procedures outlined in the vessel's Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plan (SOPEP) manual.

20

The capacity of a fuel oil transfer pump is 100 gpm. If a fuel oil setting tank measures 6 feet by 6 feet by 12 feet high, how long must the pump run to fill the tank to 11 feet, if the tank presently holds 2 feet of fuel?

24 minutes

21

Coast Guard Regulations (46 CFR) requires machinery driving the fuel oil transfer and fuel oil service pumps to be fitted with a remote means of stopping that machinery __________.

outside of the space concerned

22

fuel oil transfer systems used onboard diesel propelled vessels are required to have __________ .

two fuel oil transfer pumps provided where one is to be independent of the main engine

23

You are transferring fuel from the storage tanks to the day tanks by means of an electric fuel oil transfer pump. If the pump motor catches fire, you would FIRST __________ .

shut off power to the pump

24

The safe rate of bunkering heavy fuel oil is directly related to the __________ .

temperature of the fuel oil being received

25

Where will you find the procedures for the reporting of oil discharge into the water?

The vessel's oil transfer Procedures

26

During oil transfer operations, who would be responsible to guarantee that the posted transfer procedures are being followed?

The designated person in charge

27

According to the Pollution Prevention Regulations (33 CFR), who makes the final decision of when oil transfer may begin?

The designated person in charge

28

Fuel oil is regularly transferred to the day tank in order to __________.
A make fuel available for immediate use
B allow for decanting of water
C allow impurities to settle out of the fuel
D all of the above

D all of the above

29

Fuel oil day tanks for diesel engines must be checked and cleaned at regular intervals in order to remove __________.
A sludge
B water
C micro-organism growth
D all of the above

D all of the above

30

The purpose of the interlocked three-way valve shown in illustration MO-0058 is to __________ .

change fuel from heavy to light oil or vice-versa while insuring that oil is returned to the proper day tank

31

Standby, or emergency diesel generator day tanks should always be kept full to reduce the possibility of __________ .

moisture formation from condensation

32

The main reason for having a low suction line on the fuel oil service or settling tanks is to __________.

facilitate water removal