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Guide for the Optional Class Notation Deep Water Anchoring for Oil Tankers and Bulk Carriers (DWA)/Руководство по условному обозначению класса постановки на якорь нефтяных танкеров и сухогрузов

Артикул: 00-01046542
в желания В наличии
Издательство: ABS (все книги издательства)
Место издания: USA
Год: 2021
Переплет: Мягкая обложка
Страниц: 21
Вес: 52 г
1500 P

Книга на английском языке.
In many instances the increase in the number and size of oil tankers and bulk carriers has out paced the ability of ports to provide sheltered anchorage locations for these vessels. As a consequence, there has been a growing need for owners, operators and the vessel’s crew to anchor these vessels outside a harbor or similar areas of sheltered water. Noting the need to provide these same owners, operators and vessel crews, as well as designers and equipment providers, with a guide to assess the adequacy of anchoring equipment, ABS has, in response to requests from our clients, developed this Guide.
This Guide specifies the ABS requirements and criteria for obtaining the optional class notation Deep Water Anchoring (DWA). Included within this Guide are requirements detailing the anchor size, chain length and size, and windlass particulars considered necessary to withstand the environmental conditions that vessels anchoring outside a harbor or similar areas of sheltered water may be exposed to.

Section 1 Anchoring, Mooring and Equipment
1 General
1.1 Scope and Application
1.3 Basis of Notation
3 Deep Water Equipment Number
5 Anchors
5.1 Anchor Types
7 Anchor Chain
7.1 Chain Type
7.3 Chain Size
7.5 Chain Length
9 Tests
11 Environmental Loads
11.1 General
13 Windlass Support Structure and Cable Stopper
13.1 General
13.3 Support Structure
15 Vessel Support Structure
15.1 General
15.3 Scantlings
17 Chain Lockers
17.1 General
17.3 Chain Pipe opening
19 Hawse Pipes
Table 1 Equipment for Self-propelled Ocean-going Oil Tankers and Bulk Carriers
Figure 1 Effective Heights of Deck Houses
Figure 2 Direction of Forces and Weight
Figure 3 Sign Convention
Figure 4A
Figure 4B
Section 2 Anchor Windlass
1 General
1.1 Application
1.3 Standards of Compliance
1.5 Plans and Particulars
3 Materials and Fabrication
3.1 Materials
3.3 Welded Fabrication
5 Design
5.1 Mechanical Design
5.3 Hydraulic Systems
5.5 Electrical Systems
5.7 Protection of mechanical components
5.9 Coupling
7 Shop Inspection and Testing
9 Onboard Tests
Section 3 Surveys after Construction
1 Anchoring System Annual Surveys
3 Anchoring System Special Periodical Surveys

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