Note: try these questions after read API 653 once; some of following questions will be as open book. These questions are prepared to under stand each and every section of the API 653.

1. The rules given in API653 standard are _______________ requirements. This standard is not to be interpreted as approving, recommending, or endorsing and specific design or limiting the method of inspection, repair, alteration, or reconstruction. a. b. c. d. 2. a. b. c. d. 3. a. b. c. d. e. maximum to fulfill owner/operator requirements. Minimum Optional API 653 covers…… carbon and low alloy steel tanks built to API 650 and its predecessor API 12C. carbon and low alloy steel tanks built to API 650 only. All carbon and low alloy steel tanks with construction code. Owner/operator requirements. API 653 scope is limited to the following but not one of this? tank foundation. First threaded joint Roof Attached appurtenances. None of the above.

4. In the case of apparent conflicts between requirements of API653 and API650, for which tank place in service. Consideration to ? a. b. c. d. 5. a. b. c. d. Owner/operator can decide to take up with one of the code requirement. API 653 API 650 Construction code. The provision of API653 who has ultimate responsibility. API 653 committee members. API 653 Inspector. Manufacture of tank. Owner/operator.


6. Any provision of API653 standard presents a direct or implied conflict with any statutory regulation, then……………… a. b. c. d. e. API 653 will govern. Regulation will govern, API 650 will govern, Construction code will govern. Owner/operator is have responsibility for this.

7. Before doing internal inspection, procedure shall be developed according to the guidelines given in…………… a. b. c. d. 8. a. b. c. d. 9. API 2015, recommended practice 2016. API 653 and API 650 Owner/operator procedure. API 653 Inspector procedure. Example of an alteration is………… Decrease in tank shell height. 24” nozzle replacement. All of the above. None of the above. The correct definition for applicable standard is………….. a. The original standard of construction. b. Current edition of appropriate standard when original standard of construction has been superseded. c. Such as API standard or specification or under writes laboratories standard. d. All of the above. 10. The pressure used to describe tanks designed to withstand as internal pressure up to but not exceeding 2 ½ lbf/ gauge is…. a. b. c. d. 11. a. b. c. d. e. Operating pressure. Design pressure. Atmospheric pressure Maximum allowable pressure Authorized inspection agency is…………… Inspection organization of the jurisdiction. Inspection organization of the insurance company. Owner/operator who maintaining inspection organization. An independent organization or individual under contract with owner/operator. All of the above.


acceptable to or otherwise not prohibited by jurisdiction. d.09in . b. Critical Zone. 0. Life of tank. A contractor whose qualifications are acceptable to the owner/operator. b. c. Re-leveling and/or jacking of tank. a. d. One who is authorized by. The following are example of repair in tank and not this one? Removal of reinforcing plate. 15. Repair organization is an organization that………………………… a. d. dents. the structural __________ of the roof and roof support system shall be verified. a. Critical area. Period of time over which the metal loss occurred.10in . Operation of valves. c. c. a. dents. When tank roof evaluation. 18. Period in years over which the metal loss occurred. Integrity. None of the above. Special attention area. The portion of the tank bottom or annular plate with in 3” of the inside edge of the shell. 16.10in . d. Roof plate corroded to an average thickness of less than _______ in any 100 sq. 0. 0. Supports. 3 . b. a. area or roof plate with any _________ through the roof plate shall be required or replaced. measured radially inward is………………. Alarm area.09in . An owner/operator of storage tank who repair or alters his/her own equipments in accordance with API 653. Repair of tears or gouges by grinding. a. 17. b. c. 13. All the above. b. Corrosion rate. holes. 14. All of the above. holes. b. d. d. Twice the period of time over which the metal loss occurred. Settlement. Break over point is related to……. c.12. b. Design needs. 0. Corrosion rate is the total metal loss divided by the……………. a. Design of tanks. d. c.

19. Corrosion easily can see by external visual inspection. Not covering by this standard. Any roofs. When change of service in external pressure the roof to shell junction shall be valuated for the effects of a design partial vacuum. API653 API620 API650 Construction code or applicable standard. Guidance for evaluation of existing floating roofs shall be based on the criteria of API653 standard is ………………. a. 20. 4 . c. 23. particular attention must be given to the possibility of severe internal corrosion of pipe columns. Any roofs if owner/operator requires. d. API653 API620 API650 Construction code or applicable standard. d. c. c. a. appurtenances such as a roof rolling ladder should inspected when evaluation of ………………………… a. Corrosion will not be severe in pipe columns. API653 API620 API650 Construction code or applicable standard. d. When change of service. Roof support system. b. a. Mandatory. Fixed roofs only. When fixed roof tank evaluation. Floating roof only. Particular attention not required. Mandatory if owner/operator requires. b. a. d. Corrosion may not be evident by external visual inspection. b. When change of service in internal pressure all requirements of the _________ shall be considered in the evaluation and subsequent modification of the tank roof to shell junction. d. c. c. 21. The criteria outlined in ________ shall be used. 22. But ………………. because of fixed roof. 24. Operation at elevated temperature all requirements of ___________ shall be considered before change the service of a tank to operation at temperature above 200°F. c. b. b. d. a. b. perimeter seal system. Not mandatory.

d. a. the maximum vertical length in inch over which hoop stress are assumed to ____________ around local discontinuities. This formula is wrong. averaged over a length of L. c. d. Riveted tank. in an area of corrosion __________ of pits. c. b. Not more than 40in. When determining actual thickness. b. 5 . Each 5-inch. Minimum 40in. 6 5 Each 6-inch. where L is…………. b. the actual corroded area may __________ to the maximum vertical length (L). Exclusive.7√Dt2. Average Average out Minimum Maximum 28. a. 26. d. c. d. When determining actual thickness. b. a. When determining actual thickness. a. the maximum vertical length in inch (L) calculated by formula L= 3. Inclusive Any area. 30. d. a. When determining the lowest average thickness (t1). It depends on tank diameter and thickness. d. b. a. using at least ________ equal spaced measurements over length L. b. Yes because API 650 for welded and riveted tanks. c. Lesser Exceed Same Average 29.25. c. When determining actual thickness. the least thickness in inch (t2). c. At the point. which is in service can inspected by API 653? Yes No No because API 650 not allowed riveted tanks. 27.

34. UT will be always preferred for bottom plate. 0. 32. None of the above. c. 0. Expand MFL. of the lower shell course but not less than _________ a.1in. b. When calculating minimum thickness.25in. the minimum bottom plate thickness is the critical zone of the tank bottom shall be the smaller of ½ of the original bottom plate thickness or 50% of ‘t’min. None of the above. Unless stress analysis is performed. c. b. a. d. d.2 API 653. d. d. Magnetic flux leakage. b.31. Above statement (b) with exclusive of the corrosion allowance. a. AI Dimension Inspector NDT operator (UT/RT) Owner/ operator Widely scattered pits may be ignored…………………. 1in. For bottom plate thickness measurements MFL and UT are used but…………… UT is often used to confirm and further quantify data obtained by MFL. d. b. c. Monitoring flux leakage. b.7 As per table 4. c. Magnetic florescent leak detector. d. a. c. c. 0. 35. Can’t ignored and it should be inspected.5in. 36. 1. Determination of minimum thickness in the corroded area excluding widely scattered pits is………… a. the joint efficiency is _________ for evaluating the retirement thickness in a corroded plate. b.0 None of the above. If pit depth less than ½ of minimum acceptable thickness. a. 0. 6 . 33. None of the above. After UT measurements taken inspector should confirm with MFL method.

d. Can occur when tank roof exposed with calcium product in tank. 0. 42.5 in. The thickness of the projection of the plate beyond the shell as measured at the toe of the outside bottom to shell weld shall not less than________. The projection of the bottom plate beyond the outside toe of the shell-to-bottom weld shell shall be at least ________. b.01in. Tank supports. Isolated pitting ______________ appreciably affect the strength of the bottom plate & annular plate. a.25 in. 0.5in.1 in. b. b. ½ in. 0. the minimum thickness of annular plate ring usually greater than ___________. c. a. 0. b. Roof. d. Due to strength requirements. 0. b. ¼ in. 0. 7 . e. 38. 5/8 in. a. Will Will not May May not 40. d. None of the above. c.1in. a. Can occur when tank has been exposed to sufficient high temperature.275 in. d. c. c. Concrete foundation. 41. Temperature cracks do not seriously affect the strength of the ________ structure. a. c. d. e.37. Can occur when concrete has been exposed to sufficient high temperature. 0. 3/8 in. Shell. 0. 0. None of the above. c. a. 39.05in. Calcining ________.25in. d. b.

d. b. c. c. ¼ in. c. 47. 44. 100°F. a. e. 1 in ½ in ½ in . Ambient 8 . The following all are tank failure due to brittle fracture but not this one________. 60°F. ½ in. First filling in cold weather. a. 48. 45. 60°F. 0°F. After erection during hydrostatic testing. Tank contents. brittle fracture will depend on low temperature of product. Tank continuously served in low temperature service. A tank has demonstrated the ability to with stand the combined effects of maximum liquid level and lower operating temperature without failing. b. 46. No. d. 1 in. Ambient. c. b. Ambient . a. a. If a tank shell thickness is no greater than ________ the risk of failure due to brittle facture is minimal. For the above tank. None of the above. b. Fire water line. By the experience brittle fracture will not occurred at shell metal temperature above __________. Bottom plate. brittle fracture is not dangerous in tank by experience. 60°F. b. d. After a change to lower temperature service. d. d. To avoid brittle fracture some tanks have heaters this heaters will increase the metal temperature by heating the ________. . d. Shell plate. whether the risk of failure due to brittle fracture with continued service in minimal? a. No. None of the above. c.43. 1/8 in. Yes it is minimal. a. Tanks fabricated from steels of unknown toughness thicker than ________ operating at a shell metal temperature below _________ can be used if the tank meets the requirements of brittle fracture consideration. . c. b. ¾ in.

a. All of the above. b. 5 years. History Life Severity All of the above In some cases _________ also control the frequency and interval of the inspection. 15 years if corrosion allowance not known. 52. Visual inspection. c. National board regulations. External inspection for all tanks shall be given a visual external inspection by authorized inspector. d. which ever is less. For this inspection maximum interval will be____________. but shall not exceed ___________. b. The interval between inspections of tank should be determined by its service ___________ unless special reasons indicate that an earlier inspection must be made.. a. Routine In-service inspections can be done by…………………. 9 . Who has knowledge about the tank and its operation. 5 years or RCA/4N years which ever is less. a. d. One month. 53. 5 years if corrosion allowance known. 5 years. Corrosion. b. a. 54. Six months.49. c. 5 years or RCA/2N years. e. Routine in-service inspection shall include the following and not this one? Thickness check. Owner/operator regulations. The interval of routine in-service inspections shall be consistent with conditions at the particular site. d. b. Authorized inspector. Evidence of leak. b. d. d. c. 50. Authorized inspector. c. a. 51. Shell distortions. c. b. a. d. Jurisdictional regulations. One year. c. Owner/operator personnel.

57. If yes what is the maximum interval. None of the above. 1 year. c. Tank design engineer. c. 5 years. c. 4 years. Remove small area for inspection and cover it properly after inspection. Not enough data to calculate ultrasonic thickness inspection interval. e. You are the inspector for tank to do external inspection. RCA/4N. Shall be in operation during this inspection. It is always authorized inspector’s option to open insulation. Whether external inspection can be substituted for a internal inspection?. None of the above. UT operator. 56. Owner/ operator. The extent of ultrasonic thickness measurement inspection shall be determined by……. External inspection for all tanks shall be done by AI. d. 60. Yes. 10 . b. a. What will be your action? a. Should be in operation during this inspection. 15 years. Both ‘a’ and ‘c’ which ever is smaller. then what will be the ultrasonic thickness inspection interval? a.. d. d. d.55. 59. Yes. And during this inspection that tank _______________. c. When the corrosion rate is known what will be the maximum interval of ultrasonic thickness inspection? a. b. b. b. None of the above. d. c. a. None of the above. Removal of insulation is not at all required for external inspection. You have calculated external inspection interval as 2 years. e. d. c. a. b. Insulation removal only for necessary area to check the external wall. May be in operation during this inspection. 58. Authorized inspector. if external inspection interval is equal to or less than interval required for internal inspection. b. And tank was insulated by 150mm outside insulation and covered by aluminum sheets. 2 years. No.

5 years. June 2006 Jan 2008 June 2012 No need of next one external inspection. 63. c.For question number 61 to 65 the following data are to be used. 62. c. d. d. b. 64. External inspection interval for tank ABC 650 is? 6 years. a. what will be the next external inspection date? a. For the tank ABC 650 the next internal inspection date will be around June 2008. What is the maximum routine in-service inspection interval for the tank ABC 650? 3 years. b. 1½ year. a. 1½ year. e. 3 years. Thickness of tank shell plate required by design : 0. 11 . Ultrasonic thickness at present is : 0. 1 month. 65. b. : ABC 650 Thickness of tank shell plate when installed : 0. c. and the last external inspection were did in June 2006. None of the above.255 inch. a. Tank No. 1 ½ year.375 inch. 15 years. Installed on : June 1993 61.505 inch. 3 years 5 years 15 years. b. c. d. 1 ½ year. e. e. 5 years. d. 5 years. b. e. 3 years. 15 years. a. d. Ultrasonic inspection interval for tank ABC 650 is? 6 years. Ultrasonic inspection interval for tank ABC 650 if corrosion allowance not known will be? 6 years. c.

c. 10 years. d. Yes. 68. the inspection interval shall not exceed_____________. 20years. The maximum intervals of internal inspection shall not exceed in any case more than __________. RBI analysis should be reviewed at least once in ___________. b. By RBI. c. a. 12 . b. e. e. d. 67. Depends on corrosion rate. None of the above. 70. Internal inspection carryout when tank__________. No.66. b. Internal inspection interval normally controlled by …… Bottom corrosion. 10 years. Depends on owner/operator requirements. In-service only. 10 years. b. then the internal inspection can be eliminated. 20 years. In-service also can do. 5 years. Bottom. d. When corrosion rates are not known and similar service experience is not available to estimate bottom plate minimum thickness at the next inspection. b. c. a. None of the above. None of the above. Depends on corrosion rate. because inspector has to do visual inside. 71. shell and roof corrosion. 69. If external inspection can access to all the area of tank. 5 years. a. 5 years. Owner/operator should decide. In shutdown only. internal inspection never eliminated by external inspection. Authorized inspector should decide. d. Bottom and shell corrosion. a. d. c. c. b. d. c. a. a. if some alternative of inspection to get the requirements of internal inspection programme. 20 years.

73. a. c. 76. a. c. Construction code. Butt weld. One per heat. 13 .72. Lap weld. a. 77. b. a. b. One per lot One per tank Each plate. b. c. D When material not identified shall be tested. c. or reconstruction shall confirm to ____________ Current applicable tank standards. b. Full weld. alteration. d. For tank all new shell joints shall be __________ with complete penetration and complete fusion. How many tension specimen required when direction of rolling not known during mechanical test to identify materials which is used for reconstruction? a. c. Shell and bottom plates. b. 4 1 2 2 for less than or equal to 1” and 4 for above 1”. 74. 75. Shell. bottom and roof plates. a. c. API 653 API 650 All ______________ materials shall be identified. d. for this test specimen selection by__________. d. Applicable tank standard. Groove weld. d. b. All the above. e. d. Material not identified shall be tested accordance with_________________ ASTM A20 and A6 API 650 ASTM A6 and A370 API 653 App. All new material used for repair. d. Shell and bottom plates welded to the shell.

Minimum size depends on the area repaired and that tank diameter. The minimum dimension for a replacement shell plate is? 10inch or 10 times thickness of the replacement plate which ever is greater. b. 79. a. Square or rectangular with round corners. e. The replacement plate may of shape? Circular. b. Current thickness prior to relocation. Excess thickness. All of the above. c. ‘a’ and ‘b’. After relocation new thickness readings shall be taken. As a wrong selection of thickness. If the repair as per API 650. c. 14 . b. b. e.78. For calculating maximum liquid level. c. 83. When tank is planned to reconstruction. With in 180 days prior to relocation. c. c. if the actual thickness is greater than that necessary to allow the liquid level required. a. d. a. Square or rectangular when full shell plate replaced. 12inch or 12 times thickness of the replacement plate which ever is less. For reconstruction tank. 81. the extra thickness can be considered ____________. thickness to be used each shell course when checking tank design shall be based on measurement taken____________. d. Authorized inspector. None of the above. d. ‘a’ and ‘b’. None of the above. b. a. c. 80. Sure that repair will not require hydrostatic testing or don’t require an engineering evaluation. d. Engineer experienced in storage tank design. oblong. All repair work must be authorized by_____________ before commencement of the work by a repair organization. ‘a’ or ‘b’ The owner/ operator. Last ultrasonic thickness measurement can use. a. After consulting with an engineer experienced in storage tank design. The Authorized inspector may give prior general authorization for limited or routine repair as long as authorized inspector is______________. when calculating the maximum liquid level. 82. a. b. As corrosion allowance. d. d.

c. c. a. 12 inch or 12 times the thickness of plate which ever is greater. Full horizontal has to cut before welding vertical. 85. c. Should not. 86. a. ¼ ½ ¾ 1 88. May not. Vertical. d. c. a. a. the existing horizontal welds shall be cut for a minimum distance of __________ beyond the new vertical joints. c. Lapped patch shell repair shall not be used on any shell course thickness that exceeds __________ or to replace door sheets or shell plates. Lapped patch shell repair plates corners shall be rounded to a minimum radius of _____________ except shell to bottom joints. d. b. In a tank shell plate replacement is on going prior to welding the new vertical joints. all weld intersection_________________. 6 inch. 12inch. May not be at 90°. It is the option of repair organization. Both horizontal and vertical simultaneously. a. Depends on owner/operator option. Shall not. In question number 84. 2 inch. d. which joint has to weld first? Horizontal has to weld prior to vertical. 10 inch. b. 3 inch. d. May be at approximately 90°. Should be parallel. d. c. 87. b. b. d. Shell opening and their reinforcements _________ be positioned with in a lapped patch shell repair. 12 inch.84. b. Shall be at approximately 90°. 15 . b. a. 89. For replacement tank plates.

Floating roof with flexible seals has to design according to the existing weld reinforcements. b. b. If the shell plate greater than ½ inch. 6 inch. a. 92. All penetration shall be installed with the use of an insert plate if the penetration diameter_______________. Welded-on patch plate over the areas of the tank bottom that have global dishing.90. d. Global or local dishing. a. b. 91. 2 inch and above. Smooth grinding required. Undergoing settlement. The minimum dimension for a weld on patch plate that over laps a bottom seam or existing patch is __________. c. c. 95. d. a. 24 inch. For a floating roof with flexible seals service it may required to grinding. When the thickness of existing plate is ½ inch. a. d. If change of service this weld reinforcement……. b. Insert plate is not required for nozzles. 94. local dishing. Greater of 2d or d+12 inch. a. d. Above 2 inch. c. 93. It is acceptable to API 650. so nothing to do. None of the above. b. The addition of welded-on-patch may not advisable if the tank is still_________. Weld reinforcement in excess are with in the limit to API 650 for a exiting weld of a tank. Less than 2 inch. Shall not be used. 16 . d. d. c. 3 inch. Shall be profiled to that shape. Split patches can be used. Distortion. 2d d+12 inch. c. Same as insert plate diameter. The minimum diameter of the insert plate shall be at least __________ diameter (d) of the penetration. 12 inch. b. a. c. All of the above. settlement or over distortion are____________.

b. c. tank liquid shall be __________. 10%. Half. a. c. Any lower temperature than the MDMT. 12 inch. Greater of 6t or 12 inch. a. All leaking in pontoons or compartments of double deck floating roofs shall be repaired by rewelding the leaking its and/or of _________ a. c. Any lower temperature than one-day mean minimum temperature. Welded-on-patch plates are not permitted in the critical zone on a tank bottom with an operation temperature of? a. b.1 inch. b. d. New pontoons. d. In tank during hot tapping operation. to minimize evaporation losses and reduce potential hazard to the worker. The minimum thickness of new roof plate shall be _________ without any corrosion allowance. No need to remove. None of the above. b. 2 inch. 100.96. Patch plates. 50%. a. At least 3 feet above hot tap location. no more than _________ of the roof seal system should not be out of in service tank at one time. d. 101. d. All the corner of the bottom welded-on-patch plate shall be rounded of to __________ minimum radius except tombstone shaped shell side. d. b. All the above. 99. Removed fully from tank. 98. a. One fourth. 17 . ¼ inch. but must be arrested all valves to the hot tap location to ensure no contact with hot tap nozzle. c. 97. d. b. In primary seals of floating roof. 6 inch. 1/8 inch. 200°F for carbon steel and 100°F for stainless steel. Insert plates. 0. 3/16 inch. 0°F for carbon steel and -32°F for stainless steel. c. c.

What will be the maximum allowance undercut for horizontal joints. During reconstruction welding the thickness over 1 inch and with in 3 inch of base metal shall be heated the place where welding to be started to what temperature before welding? a. Drawing size. Erect properly. For this pneumatic test how many telltale hole required. during dismantling roof. warm to hand. 107. the pad shall be pneumatically tested. 1/32 inch. Transportable. They are cutting in to pieces. c. d. Authorized inspector. Who shall approve all reconstruction work at the designated hold points and after reconstruction has been completed in accordance with the requirement of API653. One Each half one. d. 105. b. b. b. 50°C. Before hot tapping shell plate thickness measurement shall be taken at a minimum of ____________ place along the circumference of the proposed nozzle location. At least one. b. c. None of the above. ‘a’ or ‘b’. An engineer experienced in storage tank design. 106. after reinforcement plate has been welded to the shell and NDT carried out. 4 6 At least two.102. d. the size of cutting for their convenient to_____________. b. a. a. 1/8 inch. d. a. 1/16 inch. c. a. c. bottom plates are to be cut by reconstruction organization. d. a. c. They have to follow drawing for cutting. b. d. Any where to convenient to NDT person. Any one designated by owner/ operator. A hot tapping required reinforcement plate this plate has two half. 200°F. A tank has decided to dismantle and reconstruct in new site. c. 104. shell. 100°F. 18 . when a tank reconstruction? 1/64 inch. 103.

a. NDT must be done ___________ hydrostatic testing. b. All of the above. b. Tack weld shall be made with qualified procedure and welder. c. b.108. During reconstruction f shells tack welding used for fit-up in position before welding this tack_______________. FMT and/or UT. c. What NDT shall be done for completed welds attaching nozzle neck to shell and reinforcing plate to shell and to nozzle neck? a. a. New welds attaching existing shell plate to existing or new shell plate shall be examined by___________. Cleaned and need not removed for SAW if they are fused. UT RT MT PT 19 . NDT shall be conducted after stress relief and. 111. test coupons for the welding procedure qualification shall be ___________. Similar material to be used. Comply with API 653 and API 650. c. the maximum out of plumpness of the top of the shell relative to the bottom of the shell shall not exceed __________ to the total tank height with a maximum of 5 inch. a. After Before After all activities Before stress relief. d. 1/200 1/100 1/250 1/50 110. c. d. If the material specification for the steel from an existing tank is unknown or obsolete. c. if hydrostatic testing has to follow after stress relief. For reconstruction tank. ‘a’ or ‘c’. a. c. Shall be removed before welded manually. d. Visual. b. MT or PT. d. 112. b. Cut a piece from tank. d. Existing procedure can be used. b. 113. d. a. 109.

After completion of shell to bottom inside and outside fillet or partial penetration welds. 65 psig. The oil shall be allowed to stand at least 4 hours and then the weld inspected for wicking action. 115. c.114. 50 psig. the welds shall be tested by pressurizing the volume between the inside and outside welds with air pressure to _____________ and applying a solution film to both welds. Any of the above. a. d. 20 . b. b. e. Inspection oil. Light diesel oil. New welding on the shell to bottom joint first weld pass shall be inspected by applying __________ to the side opposite the first weld pass made. d. c. 15 psig. 25 psig. a. Vegetable oil. Light viscosity oil.

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