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General Arrangement

General Arrangement

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10/28/2014

 
 
 Department of Ship technology, CUSAT, B.Tech (NA&SB, Batch - XXIX 
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CHAPTER 5FINAL GENERAL ARRANGEMENT
 
 
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5. FINAL GENERAL ARRANGEMENT
5.1. Frame Spacing and Bulkhead Disposition5.1.1 Introduction
The general Arrangement of a ship can be defined as the assignment of spaces for all the required functions and equipments, properly coordinated for locationand access.The requirements that must be met are,a) Volume requirementsb) Adequate trim and stabilityc) Structural integrityd) Watertight subdivision and integritye) Adequate access to spaces.The volume below deck is subdivided into:a) Machinery spaceb) Cargo spacesc) Ballast spacesd) Pump roome) Slop Tank
5.1.2 Basic Hull Framing
The bottom shell, inner bottom, deck, side shell, inner hull bulkheads andlongitudinal bulkheads are longitudinally framed. Transverse framing is adopted in forepeak region, aft peak region and machinery space region.The different regions along with their rule spacing [LRS, Part 3,and Chapter 5, 6] are given below,a) Aft Ice breaking region: 500 mm (taken from trends in Russian Ice class 1A ships)b) Aft of 0.05 L from APs = (470 + L / 0.6) = 908 mm (where L = 263 m) or 600 mm, whichever is thelesser.Taken s = 600 mm
 
 
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c) Between 0.05 L and 0.15 L from APs = (510 + L / 0.6) = 948 mm (where L = 263 m) or 850 mm, whichever is thelesser.Taken s = 850 mmd) Forward of 0.05 L from FPs = (470 + L / 0.6) = 908 mm (where L = 263 m) or 600 mm, whichever is thelesser.Taken s = 600 mme) Between 0.05 L & 0.2 L from FPs = (470 + L / 0.6) = 908 mm (where L = 263 m) or 700 mm, whichever is thelesser.Taken s = 700 mmf) Rest of spaces, s = 850mm is adopted.The maximum frame spacing as permitted by the rules has been calculated. Thefinal frame spacing along the length in accordance with the rules is shown in the table.
Table 5.1 Basic Frame SpacingRegion Spacing (mm)
a 500b 600c 850d 600e 700Rest o space 850

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