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Tank Name is a vertical Butt welded, mild steel cylindrical Tank, fitted with a coned up floor and
designated for Petroleum Product storage. The Tank has cone roof.
On behalf of our client, client name, we have performed a survey of the Tank to provide data to assist in
determining the compliance of the tank with API Standard 653 appendix B floor and shell settlement
specifications and to report on tank roundness.
The engineer on site during this survey on the 28th of October was Mr. Engineer of Client Company.
This report should be read in conjunction with API 653 Appendix B, particularly if the reader is not
familiar with the Standard and the terms used in it, as some of the terms are particular to the Standard.
The API 653 Appendix B standard provides for some judgment by the operator in the interpretation
of settlement data, particularly the determination of floor edge settlement break-over points and the
nomination of statistical outlying data for shell settlement in determination of the plane of rigid tilt and
the tank shell deflection.
We have exercised such judgment in good faith and provide illustrations of our working in this report;
and we have processed the data for the convenience of engineering personnel assessing the tank against
the API 653B standard. The ultimate responsibility therefore lies with the engineers in accepting the
information in this report and its suitability for deciding upon the condition of the tank consequently, we
are receptive to any requests from our client to re-process the tank data in accordance with their differing
interpretation of the API 653B standard.
The Standard acknowledges that the tanks previous service history may be considered in evaluating
many of the aspects of settlement.
We cannot comment whether the apparent settlement of the tank represents the as built condition or is
settlement since construction. The API 653 settlement specifications assume the current condition to have
developed from a purely symmetrical tank, and as such should be viewed as a worst-case evaluation.
Other than by the methods described in API Standard 653 Appendix B, we do not attempt to calculate the
tank shell stresses that may be generated by tank settlement, as may be indicated by the analysis in this is
beyond our field of expertise.
All dimensions are in millimeters unless specified otherwise.





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The tank floor of this tank has a coating of glass reinforced plastic.
During our survey, the plates were noticed to be buckled across large regions of the floor and spongy
under-foot. This should be considered when evaluating the floor survey results.
During the floor survey, the floor elevations were measured at specific intervals along 16 radii positioned
equidistantly around the floor perimeter.
Zero elevation corresponds with the lowest measured point on the floor.
The contour map shows an irregular coned up tank floor. As previously mentioned, due to Plate buckling
the undulations indicated on the map may not necessarily reflect the contour of the Foundation.
Localized Bottom Settlement Remote from Tank Shell
We have not identified any significant depressions or bulges in the floor remote from the tank shell,
particularly any such distortions that would exceed the recommended maximum stipulated in API
Standard 653 Section B.3.3.
Bottom Settlement near Tank Shell
We have not identified any significant depressions or bulges in the floor near the tank shell that are
outside the specification stipulated in API 653 Section B.3.3. As referred to by Section B.2.4.2 in
addressing this form of settlement.
Floor Edge Settlement
The evaluation method for floor edge settlement described in API 653 Section B.2.3.2b requires that a
straight line be extended from the unsettled floor along the floor, noting where the tank floor departs
from the straight line (the break over point) and where this extended line intersects the tank shell. The
manner in which a straightedge should be applied is not specified, nor is the length of the straight line.
The method used for this report involves the creation of scaled profile drawings of floor radii, by
connecting the measurement points along each radius with a spine curve. The original profile of the floor
is then extrapolated and traced with a straight line to determine the edge settlement dimensions at each
station.
An evaluation of the floor edge settlement at each station to API 653B specification appears in the table.
We have identified floor edge settlement along the radii at 16 measurement stations; however all the
settlement is Less than 75 percent of the API 653B maximum allowable specification. Above 75 percent,
further analysis would be required, according to API 653B.

FLOOR CONTOUR

Elevation in millimeters
Zero elevation corresponds with the lowest point on the floor

TANK ROUNDNESS SURVEY

Tank No

INTERNAL OFFSETS (ADJACENT STATIONS)


(Moving Anti-clockwise)
14.671 m

36

-164

73

-56

10

-143

53

-49

23

-121

53

-70

13

-110

74

-70

21

-122

90

-36

23

-88

71

22

-72

78

21

-67

59

11

16

-64

50

-13

-15

10

-5

-12

-2

-11

12.454 m

9.962 m

7.468 m

4.972 m

2.490 m

0.000 m

set out

set in

set out

set in

set out

set in

set out

set in

STATION 1
STATION 2
STATION 3
STATION 4
All vertical positions on tank shell are at a distance of 11.780 metres apart
Station 1 is on South-East and aligned with inside tank datum plate / dipping pipe.

TANK ROUNDNESS SURVEY

Tank No

INTERNAL OFFSETS (ADJACENT STATIONS)


(Moving Anti-clockwise)
14.671 m

-60

-60

-16

-3

-60

-41

-53

-52

-42

-10

-3

-54

-41

-8

-27

-31

-20

-16

-22

-26

-17

-18

-21

-17

-3

-6

-18

-4

-1

22

18

-4

-18

-6

12.454 m

9.962 m

7.468 m

4.972 m

2.490 m

0.000 m

set out

set in

set out

set in

set out

set in

STATION 5
STATION 6
STATION 7
All vertical positions on tank shell are at a distance of 11.780 metres apart

set out

set in

STATION 8

TANK ROUNDNESS SURVEY

Tank No

INTERNAL OFFSETS (ADJACENT STATIONS)


(Moving Anti-clockwise)
14.671 m

-47

-99

-31

-9

-34

-54

-49

-24

-58

-80

-19

-43

-75

-65

-36

-8

-34

-48

-16

-34

12

-33

15.6

-28.4

-9.4

3.6

11

-28

-10

12

-2

17

-7

-3

12.454 m

9.962 m

7.468 m

4.972 m

2.490 m

0.000 m

set in

set out

set in

set out

set in

set out

STATION 9
STATION 10
STATION 11
All vertical positions on tank shell are at a distance of 11.780 metres apart

set in

set out

STATION 12

TANK ROUNDNESS SURVEY

Tank No

INTERNAL OFFSETS (ADJACENT STATIONS)


(Moving Anti-clockwise)
14.671 m
-9

-5

34

-71

-24

-23

-3

-32

-43

-20

18

-44

-8

-25

-21

14

29

-5

-29

29

-3

22

11

13

17

-5

12

16

-15

-2

10

12

-1

-14

-4

12.454 m

9.962 m

7.468 m

4.972 m

2.490 m

0.000 m

set in

set out

set in

set out

set in

set out

STATION 13
STATION 14
STATION 15
All vertical positions on tank shell are at a distance of 11.780 metres apart

set in

set out

STATION 16

Floor Edge Settlement Evaluation API653B

API 653 Appendix B Floor Settlement Evaluation Criteria


1.
2.
3.
4.

Tanks with larger edge settlements then Bew/Be/Ba are to be repaired, or have detailed analysis of the floor, and floor to shell junction.
Welds in tanks with settlement greater then or 75% of Bew/Be/Ba and lerger then 2, are to be inspected with magnetic particle or liquid penetrate examination.
Tanks with settlement less then 75% of Bew/Be/Ba may be returned to service.
An asterix preceding an evaluation comment denotes a settlement radius that exceeds the range of the graph provided by the standard (6 feet).
The Bew/Be/Ba value reported in the table is extrapolated from the graph/s

Tank diameter = 59.965 metres

Station

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

Floor
Weld Angle
within Settled
Area
none
45 deg
none
90 deg
none
135 deg
none
180 deg
none
225 deg
none
270 deg
none
315 deg
none
360 deg

API 653B
Evaluation
Method
Reference
B -11
B.3.4.3
B -11
B.3.4.3
B -11
B.3.4.3
B -11
B.3.4.3
B -11
B.3.4.3
B -11
B.3.4.3
B -11
B.3.4.3
B -11
B.3.4.3

Actual
Settled Area
Radius
R (mm)
29970.5
29980.5
29971.5
29990.5
29964.5
29987.5
29983.5
29976.5
29999.5
29975.5
29979.5
29989.5
29989.5
29968.5
29978.5
29983.5

Max
Allowable
Settlement
Bew/Be/Ba(mm)
203.2
203.2
203.2
203.2
203.2
203.2
203.2
203.2
203.2
203.2
203.2
203.2
203.2
203.2
203.2
203.2

Actual Edge
Settlement
(mm)

Variation
(mm)

-12
-2
-11
8
-18
5
1
-6
17
-7
-3
7
7
-14
-4
1

191.2
201.2
192.2
211.2
185.2
208.2
204.2
197.2
220.2
196.2
200.2
210.2
210.2
189.2
199.2
204.2

Evaluation of settlement in
accordance with API 653B Figures
B-10,B-11 or Section B.3.4.3
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TANK BOTTOM SURVEY

Tank No.

Floor Profile Survey Data

Station
29.98
27.9
25.9
23.9
21.9
19.9
18
16
14
11
8
6.5
4
1.5
0

1
37.0
36.0
34.0
30.5
28.0
26.5
22.5
20.0
14.5
14.5
12.0
9.0
4.0
5.0
0.0

2
43.0
41.0
38.5
37.0
32.5
31.5
28.5
23.0
25.5
15.5
13.5
12.5
5.5
5.0
0.0

3
38.0
36.0
33.0
32.0
28.0
25.0
24.0
20.0
18.0
15.0
13.5
10.0
5.0
5.8
0.0

Metres from tank shell ( Elevations are in cm )

4
29.0
27.5
26.0
24.5
22.0
18.0
16.0
15.5
14.5
13.5
13.5
11.5
6.0
8.0
0.0

5
43.0
40.0
37.5
35.0
32.0
30.0
26.0
22.0
20.0
15.5
13.5
12.5
5.5
5.0
0.0

6
38.0
35.0
33.0
31.5
28.0
25.0
24.0
22.5
21.0
17.5
13.5
10.0
5.0
3.0
0.0

7
51.0
49.0
46.0
45.0
40.5
39.5
39.0
36.0
34.0
29.0
23.5
20.0
14.0
11.0
0.0

8
38.0
35.0
32.0
30.0
28.0
25.0
22.0
20.0
17.0
16.0
11.0
8.0
5.0
7.0
0.0

TANK BOTTOM SURVEY

Tank No.

TANK BOTTOM FLOOR PROFILE FROM CENTRE (CONE UP)


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TANK NO: QP-TK-QJA-8
Qater Petroleum
TANK SHELL SIDE

CENTRELINE

Segment 1 (over datum plate)

depth

40.0
35.0
30.0
25.0
20.0
15.0
10.0
5.0
0.0
1

positions
8

10

11

12

13

14

15

10

11

12

13

14

15

10

11

12

13

14

15

10

11

12

13

14

15

depth

Segment 2 (45 deg clockwise)


50.0
45.0
40.0
35.0
30.0
25.0
20.0
15.0
10.0
5.0
0.0
1

8
positions

Segment 3 (90 deg clockwise)


40.0
35.0

depth

30.0
25.0
20.0
15.0
10.0
5.0
0.0
1

positions
8

Segment 4 (135 deg clockwise)


35.0
30.0

depth

25.0
20.0
15.0
10.0
5.0
0.0
1

8
positions

TANK BOTTOM SURVEY

Tank No.

TANK BOTTOM FLOOR PROFILE FROM CENTRE (CONE UP)


TANK NO: QP-TK-QJA-8
Qater Petroleum
CENTRELINE

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TANK SHELL SIDE

50.0
45.0
40.0
35.0
30.0
25.0
20.0
15.0
10.0
5.0
0.0
1

positions
8

10

11

12

13

14

15

depth

Segment 6
225 deg clockwise)
40.0
35.0
30.0
25.0
20.0
15.0
10.0
5.0
0.0
1

8
positions

10

11

12

13

14

15

11

12

13

14

15

Segment 7 (270 deg clockwise)


60.0
50.0
depth

40.0
30.0
20.0
10.0
0.0
1

positions
8

10

Segment 8 (315 deg clockwise)

depth

depth

Segment 5 (180 deg clockwise)

40.0
35.0
30.0
25.0
20.0
15.0
10.0
5.0
0.0
1

8
positions

10

11

12

13

14

15

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A survey of tank shell was performed in accordance with ISO standard 7507, to obtain verticality data at
two heights of each strake (measured with optical equipment along 16 vertical station around the tank
exterior) and a tank reference circumference corresponding with the strake 1 upper section verticality
reading.
To provide a report on the roundness of the tank shall, we have also determined the internal radii at each
measurement station at 310 millimeters above the base of the tank shell.
The internal radii are derived fromDistoleaser ranging (offset) measurements taken within the tank
from a fixed point to each station around the lower section of strake 2.These readings are adjusted using
the tank shall verticality measurements to give an equivalent reading at 310 millimeters above the tank
base. The tank centroid is computed from the adjusted offsets and the radius between the centroid and
each measurement station calculated, as reported in the table below.

Radii at 310mm above tank base


Station

Station

Radius of
tank
Centroid
29.991
29.968
29.993
29.978
29.991
29.979
29.979
29.989

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

Radius of
tank
Centroid
29.995
29.986
29.987
29.981
29.992
29.993
29.995
29.982

The maximum radius variation at 310 millimeters above the base of the tank shell is 15 millimeters.
Following are the deviations between the average radius and radius at each individual station:
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Actual Edge
Settlement
Plane of Rigid Tilt
Out-of-Plane
Settlement

37

35

43

40

38

31

29

33

43

32

38

45

51

47

52

38

33
4

36
-1

41
2

44
-4

48
10

51
20

53
24

50
17

45
-2

40
-8

35
3

30
15

25
26

22
25

22
20

27
11

Stations 6, 7, 12, 13 & 14 ignored for the determination of the optimum cosine curve.
Optimum Cosine curve (Plane of rigid tilt) R2 value = 0.74

Evaluation of Out-of-Plane deflection


Stations
Out-of-Plane
deflection

1
5

2
6

3
-2

4
2

5
-6

6
-7

7
2

8
-4

9
3

10
-2

11
8

12
4

13
6

14
11

15
9

API Standard 653 (B.3.2) approximation for maximum permissible Out-of-Plane deflection is 24 mm
The standard suggests further assessment or repair if the deflection exceeds the permissible value.

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TANK BOTTOM SURVEY

Tank No.

TANK BOTTOM FLOOR PROFILE FROM CENTRE (CONE UP)


TANK NO: QP-TK-QJA-8
Qater Petroleum

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AVERAGE SHAPE OF TANK BOTTOM


CONE-UP PROFILE
(ALL DEPTH IN CM)

CENTRELINE

TANK SHELL SIDE

45.0
40.0

39.6

37.4

35.0

35.0

33.2

30.0

29.9

27.6

25.0

25.3
22.4

20.0

20.6
17.1

15.0

14.3

11.7

10.0

6.3

5.0

6.2

0.0

0.0
1

10

11

12

13

14

15

depth

AVERAGE SHAPE OF BOTTOM (DEPTH FROM TANK BOTTOM)


45.0
40.0
35.0
30.0
25.0
20.0
15.0
10.0
5.0
0.0
Series1

10

11

12

13

14

15

39.6

37.4

35.0

33.2

29.9

27.6

25.3

22.4

20.6

17.1

14.3

11.7

6.3

6.2

0.0

positions

CENTRELINE

TANK SHELL SIDE

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A survey of tank shell was performed in accordance with ISO standard 7507, to obtain verticality data at
two heights of each strake (measured with optical equipment along 16 vertical station around the tank
exterior) and a tank reference circumference corresponding with the strake 1 upper section verticality
reading.
To provide a report on the roundness of the tank shall, we have also determined the internal radii at each
measurement station.
The internal radii are derived fromDistoleaser ranging (offset) mearsuements taken within the tank
from a fixed point to each station around the upper section of strake1.These readings are adjusted using
the tank shall verticality measurements to give an equivalent reading. The tank centroid is computed from
the adjusted offsets and the radius between the centroid and each measurement station calculated.

TANK ROUNDNESS SURVEY

Tank No

Internal Offsets corrected for plate thickness - millimetres


Negative value = Tank Set IN
Station
Course Thk (m)
1 - top ** 0.0206
1 - bott 0.0206
2 - top 0.0164
2 - bott 0.0164
3 - top 0.0130
3 - bott 0.0130
4 - top 0.0097

* Top = 80%, Bott = 20%


** Reference station at 70%

0
-12
16
8
22
21
21

0
-2
-64
-15
-72
-67
-122

0
-11
50
10
78
59
90

0
8
-13
-5
6
11
-36

0
-18
2
8
-17
-4
-31

0
5
0
-4
-3
0
-20

0
1
0
-4
-6
-1
-16

0
-6
18
6
-18
22
-22

4 - bott
5 - top
5 - bott
6 - top

0.0097
0.0080
0.0080
0.0080

23
23
13
36

-88
-121
-110
-164

71
53
74
73

8
-56
-70
-56

-26
-52
-54
-67

-17
-42
-41
-60

-18
-10
-8
-16

-21
-3
-27
-3

6 - bott

0.0080

10

-143

53

-49

-60

-41

-53

Station
Course Thk (m)
1 - top ** 0.0206
1 - bott 0.0206
2 - top 0.0164
2 - bott 0.0164
3 - top 0.0130
3 - bott 0.0130
4 - top 0.0097
4 - bott 0.0097
5 - top 0.0080
5 - bott 0.0080
6 - top 0.0080
6 - bott 0.0080

10
0
17
11
12
12
16
-34
1
-58
-75
-47
-34

11

0
-7
-28
3
-33
-28
-48
-34
-80
-65
-99
-54

12

0
-3
-10
4
0
-9
-16
3
-19
-36
-31
-49

MAXIMUM OFFSET SET IN =

0
7
5
-2
2
4
4
7
-43
-8
-9
-24

13

14
0
-3
13
9
13
12
9
25
12
10
31
26

0
-14
12
10
15
13
14
-29
-20
-25
-5
-23

16
0
-4
16
12
22
17
29
29
18
5
34
-3

0
1
-15
-1
11
-5
-5
8
-44
-21
-71
-32

-164 MM

MINIMUM OFFSET SET OUT =

90 MM

CORRECTED EXTERNAL CIRCUMFERENCE AT REFERENCE COURSE 1 =


CORRECTED INTERNAL DIAMETER AT REFERENCE COURSE 1 =
INTERNAL RADIUS =

15

29.983 M at reference course

188.515 M
59.965 M

(Carried out by ISO 7507 method)

Opposing station internal offsets - Calculated internal diameter - metres


Opposing Station
Course
1 - top **
1 - bott
2 - top
2 - bott
3 - top

1&9

2 & 10

3 & 11

4 & 12

5 & 13

6 & 14

7 & 15

8 & 16

59.965
59.970
59.992
59.985
59.998

59.965
59.956
59.873
59.953
59.859

59.965
59.951
60.005
59.979
60.042

59.965
59.980
59.957
59.958
59.972

59.965
59.944
59.980
59.982
59.960

59.965
59.956
59.977
59.971
59.976

59.965
59.962
59.981
59.973
59.980

59.965
59.960
59.968
59.970
59.957

3 - bott
4 - top
4 - bott
5 - top
5 - bott
6 - top

60.001
59.952
59.989
59.929
59.902
59.953

59.869
59.795
59.843
59.763
59.789
59.701

60.014
60.039
60.039
59.998
60.002
60.006

59.979
59.933
59.980
59.865
59.886
59.899

59.972
59.943
59.964
59.924
59.920
59.928

59.977
59.959
59.919
59.902
59.898
59.899

59.980
59.978
59.976
59.972
59.961
59.982

59.981
59.938
59.952
59.917
59.916
59.890

6 - bott

59.940

59.767

59.968

59.891

59.930

59.900

59.908

59.934

MAXIMUM DIAMETER =
60.042 M
MAXIMUM TANK SET OUT =
77 MM

MINIMUM DIAMETER =
MAXIMUM TANK SET IN =

59.701 M
-264 MM

TANK ROUNDNESS SURVEY

Tank No

Opposing station internal offsets - metres


Opposing Station
Course
1 - top **
1 - bott
2 - top
2 - bott
3 - top

1&9
0.000
0.005
0.027
0.020
0.033

0.000
-0.009
-0.092
-0.012
-0.106

0.000
-0.014
0.040
0.014
0.077

0.000
0.015
-0.008
-0.007
0.007

0.000
-0.021
0.015
0.017
-0.005

0.000
-0.009
0.012
0.006
0.011

0.000
-0.003
0.016
0.008
0.015

0.000
-0.005
0.003
0.005
-0.008

3 - bott
4 - top
4 - bott
5 - top
5 - bott
6 - top

0.036
-0.013
0.024
-0.036
-0.063
-0.012

-0.096
-0.170
-0.122
-0.202
-0.176
-0.264

0.049
0.074
0.074
0.033
0.037
0.041

0.014
-0.032
0.015
-0.100
-0.079
-0.066

0.007
-0.022
-0.001
-0.041
-0.045
-0.037

0.012
-0.006
-0.046
-0.063
-0.067
-0.066

0.015
0.013
0.011
0.007
-0.004
0.017

0.016
-0.027
-0.013
-0.048
-0.049
-0.075

6 - bott

-0.025

-0.198

0.003

-0.074

-0.035

-0.065

-0.057

-0.031

Course
(Ring)
1
2
3
4
5
6

Course
ht (m)
2.490
2.482
2.496
2.494
2.492
2.217

2 & 10

Cumulative
course ht (m)
2.490
4.972
7.468
9.962
12.454
14.671

3 & 11

4 & 12

5 & 13

6 & 14

7 & 15

8 & 16

TANK ROUNDNESS SURVEY

Tank No

INTERNAL OFFSETS (OPPOSING STATIONS) IN MM


14.671 m

36

59.953 m

-47

6th course

10

59.940 m

-34

23

59.929 m

-58

12.454 m

5th course

13

59.902 m

-75

21

59.952 m

-34

9.962 m

4th course

23

59.989 m

22

59.998 m

12

7.468 m

3rd course

21

60.001 m

16
4.972 m

16

59.992 m

11

2nd course

59.985 m

59.965 m (Reference diameter)

12

2.490 m

1st course

-12
0.000 m

set out
+300

set in
0

-300

Station 1
(South East - station externally aligned
to inside datum plate / dipping pipe line)

17

59.970 m
INTERNAL DIAMETER

set in
+300

set out
0

-300

Station 9
*Not to scale, magnified for clarity

TANK ROUNDNESS SURVEY

Tank No

INTERNAL OFFSETS (OPPOSING STATIONS) IN MM


14.671 m

-164

59.701 m

-99

6th course

-143

59.767 m

-54

-121

-0.202 m

-80

12.454 m

5th course

-110

59.789 m

-65

-122

59.795 m

-48

9.962 m

4th course

-88

59.843 m

-34

-72

59.859 m

-33

7.468 m

3rd course

-67

59.869 m

-28
4.972 m

-64

59.873 m

-28

2nd course

-15

59.953 m

59.965 m (Reference diameter)

2.490 m

1st course

-2
0.000 m

set out
+300

set in
0

Station 2

-300

-7

59.956 m
INTERNAL DIAMETER

set in
+300

set out
0

-300

Station 10
*Not to scale, magnified for clarity

TANK ROUNDNESS SURVEY

Tank No

INTERNAL OFFSETS (OPPOSING STATIONS) IN MM


14.671 m

73

60.006 m

-31

6th course

53

59.968 m

-49

53

59.998 m

-19

12.454 m

5th course

74

60.002 m

-36

90

60.039 m

-16

9.962 m

4th course

71

60.039 m

78

60.042 m

7.468 m

3rd course

59

60.014 m

-9
4.972 m

50

60.005 m

-10

2nd course

10

59.979 m

59.965 m (Reference diameter)

2.490 m

1st course

-11
0.000 m

set out
+300

set in
0

Station 3

-300

-3

59.951 m
INTERNAL DIAMETER

set in
+300

set out
0

-300

Station 11
*Not to scale, magnified for clarity

TANK ROUNDNESS SURVEY

Tank No

INTERNAL OFFSETS (OPPOSING STATIONS) IN MM


14.671 m

-56

59.899 m

-9

6th course

-49

59.891 m

-24

-70

59.865 m

-43

12.454 m

5th course

-70

59.886 m

-8

-36

59.933 m

9.962 m

4th course

59.980 m

59.972 m

7.468 m

3rd course

11

59.979 m

4
4.972 m

-13

59.957 m

2nd course

-5

-2

59.958 m

2.490 m

59.965 m (Reference diameter)


1st course

8
0.000 m

set out
+300

set in
0

Station 4

-300

59.980 m
INTERNAL DIAMETER

set in
+300

set out
0

-300

Station 12
*Not to scale, magnified for clarity

TANK ROUNDNESS SURVEY

Tank No

INTERNAL OFFSETS (OPPOSING STATIONS) IN MM


14.671 m

-60

59.928 m

31

6th course

-60

59.930 m

26

-52

59.924 m

12

12.454 m

5th course

-54

59.920 m

10

-31

59.943 m

9.962 m

4th course

-26

59.964 m

25

-17

59.960 m

13

7.468 m

3rd course

-4

59.972 m

12
4.972 m

59.980 m

13

2nd course

59.982 m

59.965 m (Reference diameter)

2.490 m

1st course

-18
0.000 m

set out
+300

set in
0

Station 5

-300

-3

59.944 m
INTERNAL DIAMETER

set in
+300

set out
0

-300

Station 13
*Not to scale, magnified for clarity

TANK ROUNDNESS SURVEY

Tank No

INTERNAL OFFSETS (OPPOSING STATIONS) IN MM


14.671 m

-60

59.899 m

-5

6th course

-41

59.900 m

-23

-42

59.902 m

-20

12.454 m

5th course

-41

59.898 m

-25

-20

59.959 m

14

9.962 m

4th course

-17

59.919 m

-29

-3

59.976 m

-3

7.468 m

3rd course

59.977 m

13
4.972 m

59.977 m

12

2nd course

59.971 m

59.965 m (Reference diameter)

10

2.490 m

1st course

5
0.000 m

set out
+300

set in
0

Station 6

-300

-14

59.956 m
INTERNAL DIAMETER

set in
+300

set out
0

-300

Station 14
*Not to scale, magnified for clarity

TANK ROUNDNESS SURVEY

Tank No

INTERNAL OFFSETS (OPPOSING STATIONS) IN MM


14.671 m

-16

59.982 m

34

6th course

-53

59.908 m

-3

-10

59.972 m

18

12.454 m

5th course

-8

59.961 m

-16

59.976 m

29

9.962 m

4th course

-18

59.976 m

29

-6

59.980 m

22

7.468 m

3rd course

-1

59.980 m

17
4.972 m

59.981 m

16

2nd course

-4

12

59.973 m

2.490 m

59.965 m (Reference diameter)


1st course

1
0.000 m

set out
+300

set in
0

Station 7

-300

-4

59.962 m
INTERNAL DIAMETER

set in
+300

set out
0

-300

Station 15
*Not to scale, magnified for clarity

TANK ROUNDNESS SURVEY

Tank No

INTERNAL OFFSETS (OPPOSING STATIONS) IN MM


14.671 m

-3

59.890 m

-71

6th course

59.934 m

-32

-3

59.917 m

-44

12.454 m

5th course

-27

59.916 m

-21

-22

59.938 m

-5

9.962 m

4th course

-21

59.952 m

-18

59.957 m

11

7.468 m

3rd course

22

59.981 m

-5
4.972 m

18

59.968 m

-15

2nd course

59.970 m

59.965 m (Reference diameter)

-1

2.490 m

1st course

-6
0.000 m

set out
+300

set in
0

Station 8

-300

59.960 m
INTERNAL DIAMETER

set in
+300

set out
0

-300

Station 16
*Not to scale, magnified for clarity

TANK ROUNDNESS SURVEY

Ring # :

Tank No

1 Top

10
11

12

13

14

15

3
2

16
1

Datum Plate

1 Bottom

10
11

12

13

14

15

3
Reference ring
Current ring

16
1

*Not to scale, magnified for clarity

TANK ROUNDNESS SURVEY

Ring # :

Tank No

2 Top

10
11

12

13

14

15

3
2

16
1

Ring # :

2 Bottom

10
11

12

13

14

15

3
Reference ring
Current ring

16
1

TANK ROUNDNESS SURVEY

Ring # :

Tank No

3 Top

10
11

12

13

14

15

3
2

16
1

Ring # :

3 Bottom

10
11

12

13

14

15

3
Reference ring
Current ring

16
1

TANK ROUNDNESS SURVEY

Tank No

9
Ring # :

4 Bottom

10
11

12

13

14

15

3
2

16
1

Ring # :

4 Top

10
11

12

13

14

15

3
Reference ring
Current ring

16
1

TANK ROUNDNESS SURVEY

Ring # :

Tank No

5 Top

10
11

12

13

14

15

3
2

16
1

Ring # :

5 Bottom

10
11

12

13

14

15

3
Reference ring
Current ring

16
1

TANK ROUNDNESS SURVEY

Ring # :

Tank No

6 Top

10
11

12

13

14

15

3
2

16
1

Ring # :

6 Bottom

10
11

12

13

14

15

3
Reference ring
Current ring

16
1

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