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The Importance of Cargo Sampling


Year: 2019
Language: english
Author: Japan P&I
Genre: Guide
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 32
Description: Cargoes, whether dry or liquid, are stored and transported in large quantities and it
is impractical and unrealistic to check every single portion of the cargo. Therefore, a
smaller quantity is taken that has been shown to be statistically reliable estimate of the
entire cargo. It is important to take a sample of a sufficient size, at a required frequency
and often at different locations to properly represent the cargo quality. We will discuss
the basics of statistics later with some examples.
Sometimes but less often, samples are taken in order to determine the causation which
we will discuss briefly later.

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