Welcome to Scribd, the world's digital library. Read, publish, and share books and documents. See more
Download
Standard view
Full view
of .
Look up keyword
Like this
20Activity
0 of .
Results for:
No results containing your search query
P. 1
Part 4 E-May08

Part 4 E-May08

Ratings: (0)|Views: 229|Likes:
Published by heri_fauzi

More info:

Published by: heri_fauzi on Sep 25, 2009
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial

Availability:

Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd
See more
See less

07/01/2013

pdf

text

original

 
 
Part 4: Vessel Systems and Machinery
 
RULES FOR BUILDING AND CLASSING
STEEL VESSELS2008
PART 4VESSEL SYSTEMS AND MACHINERY
American Bureau of ShippingIncorporated by Act of Legislature of the State of New York 1862Copyright
©
2007American Bureau of ShippingABS Plaza16855 Northchase DriveHouston, TX 77060 USA
 
 ii
 
ABS
 
RULES FOR BUILDING AND CLASSING STEEL VESSELS
.
2008
 
Rule Change Notice (2008)
Rule Change Notice
(2008)
 
The effective date of each technical change since 1993 is shown in parenthesis at the end of thesubsection/paragraph titles within the text of each Part. Unless a particular date and month are shown,the years in parentheses refer to the following effective dates:
(2000)
and after 1 January 2000 (and subsequent years)
(1996)
9 May 1996
(1999)
12 May 1999
(1995)
15 May 1995
(1998)
13 May 1998
(1994)
9 May 1994
(1997)
19 May 1997
(1993)
11 May 1993
Listing by Effective Dates of Changes from the 2007 Rules
 Notices No. 1 and 3 (effective on 1 January 2007) and Notice No. 4 (effective on 1 July 2007) to the2007 Rules, which are incorporated in the 2008 Rules, are summarized below.
EFFECTIVE DATE 1 January 2007
– shown as
(2007)
 
(based on the contract date for new construction between builder and Owner)
 Part/Para. No.Title/Subject Status/Remarks
4-4-1/9.17(New)Additional Requirements for ShellType Exhaust Gas EconomizersTo align the requirements with IACS UR P6.(Incorporates Notice No. 3)4-6-2/5.9.1(a) General To align the requirements with IACS UR P2.11.(Incorporates Notice No. 1)4-6-2/5.9.2 Testing of Mechanical Joints To reinstate the requirements for testing of mechanical joints to alignthe requirements with IACS UR P2.11. (Incorporates Notice No. 1)4-6-2/Table 12 Testing Requirements for MechanicalJointsTo reinstate the references to 4-6-2/5.9.2 to align the requirementswith IACS UR P2.11. (Incorporates Notice No. 1)
EFFECTIVE DATE 1 July 2007
– shown as
(1 July 2007)
 
(based on the contract date for new construction between builder and Owner)
 Part/Para. No.Title/Subject Status/Remarks
4-6-2/6.9.1(a) General To clarify the requirements for testing and approval of mechanical joints. (Incorporates Notice No. 4.)4-6-2/5.9.2(e)v)1.a <No Title> To align the requirements with ISO standards reference in IACS UR P2.11.5.5.6. (Incorporates Notice No. 4.)4-6-2/5.9.2(e)v)6 Fire Endurance Test To incorporate ISO Standard 19921/19922:2005 (E) for consistentimplementation of the fire test requirements.(Incorporates Notice No. 4.)4-7-3/3.1.9i) <No Title> To incorporate the IACS interpretation (UI SC 204) of SOLAS Reg.II-2/10.4.3 and the FSS Code Para 2.1.3.3 of Chapter 5.(Incorporates Notice No. 4.)
 
 
ABS
 
RULES FOR BUILDING AND CLASSING STEEL VESSELS
.
2008
 
iii
 
EFFECTIVE DATE 1 January 2008
– shown as
(2008)
 
(based on the contract date for new construction between builder and Owner)
 Part/Para. No. Title/Subject Status/Remarks
4-2-1A4/3 Spare Parts for Main PropulsionDiesel EnginesTo align the requirements with IACS Recommendation 26 (Rev. 1).4-2-1A4/5 Spare Parts for Auxiliary DieselEnginesTo align the requirements with IACS Recommendation 27 (Rev. 1).4-3-2/1.5.1 For Propulsion Shafts In line with the change to 4-3-2/15.9.1, which requires the sizing of coupling bolts to be based on a shaft diameter “
 D
” that considers thetotal torque (static and dynamic).4-3-2/3.3 Weldability To refer to 2-3-7/1.1.2 for the chemical composition of forgings andweldability.4-3-2/5.1.9.1 Fitted Bolts To require the sizing of coupling bolts to be based on a shaftdiameter “
 D
” that considers the total torque (static and dynamic)acting at the shaft in the vicinity of the respective coupling flanges.To clarify the requirement for the bolt fit.4-3-3/Table 1 Propeller Materials To clarify the determination of elongation numbers, in line withchanges to the
 Rules for Materials and Welding (Part 2)
.4-3-4/19.7 Components Shop Tests To align the requirements with IACS M42.14.1 to require hydrotesting for all components to a pressure of 1.5 times the relief valvesetting (or system design pressure) for all materials.4-3-5/3.1 General To clarify the requirements for the materials for thrusters steeringsystems.4-3-5/7.3 Instrumentation To clarify that not all of the instrumentation in 4-3-5/Table 1 isapplicable to all types of thrusters.4-3-5/15.1.3 Plans and Data to be Submitted To indicate that the FMEA is only required for DPS-2 and DPS-3vessels.4-3-5/15.1.4 Failure Modes and Effect Analysis To clarify that the FMEA is to address the entire vessel and only theDP control systems.4-3-5/15.1.5(New)DP Operations Manual Relocated from 4-3-5/15.13 and expanded to provide guidance onthe information that is expected to be contained in the operationsmanual.4-3-5/15.5.3 Power Management System To require at least two power management systems to account for the possible failure of one power management system, and for DPS-3vessels, to require that loss of a single compartment be consideredfor the locations of the power management systems.4-3-5/15.5.4 Uninterruptible Power Systems(UPS)To require one uninterruptible power system for each independentcontrol system and to clarify that each UPS is to supply power for 30minutes, in accordance with 3.4.2.7 of IMO MSC Circular 645. For DPS-3 vessels, to require that loss of a single compartment beconsidered for the locations of the power management systems.4-3-5/15.7.2 Vessels with DPS-2 Notation To require a third wind sensor and third gyro-compass, in accordancewith 3.4.3 and 3.4.4 of IMO MSC Circular 645.4-3-5/15.7.3 Vessels with DPS-3 Notation To require the third wind sensor for DPS-3 vessels to be directlyconnected to the back-up control station, in accordance with 3.4.4 of IMO MSC Circular 645.4-3-5/15.9.2(b) Emergency Shut-down To clarify that the emergency shut-down facility is required only atthe main dynamic positioning control station and that it is to bearranged to shut down each thruster individually. Also, to specifythe systems that are to be independent of the emergency shut-downfacility.4-3-5/15.9.3 Position Keeping Control SystemRedundancyTo clarify the requirements for redundancy for each DPS notation.

Activity (20)

You've already reviewed this. Edit your review.
1 hundred reads
1 thousand reads
Nick McNulty liked this
medane_saad6707 liked this
sizweh liked this
MphilipT liked this
annashf liked this
Miroslav Aleksic liked this
adoptvn liked this

You're Reading a Free Preview

Download