Smokeboat Quiz #29

Fuel and Lubricating Oil Systems - Part 1.

1) The fuel system is divided into two parts:
a) compensating water and fuel filling and transfer system
b) the tanks and their piping systems
c) the tanks and the fuel filling and transfer system
d) the tanks and the compensating water system

 

3) There are ______ normal fuel oil tanks located ______ the pressure hull.
a) 4 - inside
b) 3 - inside
c) 3 - outside
d) 4 - outside

 

5) There are ______ FBT's and they are located near the _____ of the sub
a) 3 - extremities
b) 3 - center
c) 4 - center
d) 4 - extremities

 

7) The most important function of collecting tank is:
a) for expansion of fuel oil
b) to pump bilges into
c) to prevent large amounts of water from getting into CFOT
d) to act as a storage tank

 

9) Fuel oil from collecting tank goes:
a) directly to the engine attached pump
b) directly to the clean fuel oil tanks and then to the engines
c) to the fuel oil meter, purifier, clean fuel oil tanks, and to the engines
d) to the purifier and then to the engines
2) Conversion of fuel ballast tanks to main ballast tanks:
a) increases the draft - decreases the speed
b) increases the draft - increases the speed
c) decreases the draft - increasing the speed
d) decreases the draft - decreasing the speed

 

4) The air systems connected to the fuel ballast tanks are:
a) 225 and 10 lbs.
b) 600 and 10 lbs.
c) 600, 10 and 225 lbs.
d) 600 10 and high pressure

 

6) The capacity of collecting tank is ______ gallons.
a) 3,000
b) 1,500
c) 2,000
d) 2,500

 

8) Collecting tank has connections to:
a) compensating water and fuel filling and transfer system
b) fuel filling and transfer and 225# air system
c) compensating water and 225# air system
d) fuel filling and transfer, compensating water and 225# air

 

10) The expansion tank has connections to:
a) compensating water line only
b) 225# service air and compensating water system
c) fuel filling and transfer line only
d) fuel filling and transfer line and 225# air

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