IN ANSWERING QUESTIONS 4-44 THROUGH 4-52,
CHOOSE FROM FIGURE 4B THE PART OF THE FUEL
OIL SYSTEM THAT IS BEST DESCRIBED IN THE
Allows natural forces to separate
the oil from water and other
Contains the piping and pumps that
distribute fuel oil for use.
Contains connections that can be
used both to receive and discharge
f u e l o i l .
Also serve as ballast tanks because
they can be filled with seawater
from the ballasting system.
Used to receive, hold, and
d i s t r i b u t e f u e l o i l.
May be located forward and aft of
the machinery spaces and in double-
bottom compartments as long as they
are not directly under the boiler.
Contains all fuel oil for immediate
use in the boilers.
Includes fuel oil service tanks, a
service main, manifolds, piping,
and fuel oil service pumps.
Clears the fuel oil tanks of sludge
and water before usable oil is
pumped from them by the fuel oil
booster, transfer, and service
What type of pumps are usually used
port, and cruising fuel
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