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Table Of Contents

1.9 Definitions
3 Certification of Machinery
3.1 Basic Requirements
3.5 Non-mass Produced Machinery (2003)
5 Machinery Plans
5.1 Submission of Plans
5.3 Plans
7 Miscellaneous Requirements for Machinery
7.1 Construction Survey Notification
7.3 Machinery Equations
7.9 Inclinations
7.11 Ambient Temperature
7.13 Machinery Space Ventilation (2002)
7.15 Materials Containing Asbestos (2005)
9 Sea Trials
TABLE 1 Certification Details – Prime Movers (2003)
TABLE 4 Certification Details – Fire Safety Equipment (2003)
TABLE 7 Design Angles of Inclination
TABLE 8 Ambient Temperatures for Unrestricted Service
SECTION 1 Diesel Engines
1.1 Application
1.3 Definitions
1.5 Increased Power Rating
1.7 Ambient Reference Conditions
1.9 Plans and Particulars to be Submitted
3 Materials
3.1 Material Specifications and Tests
3.3 Alternative Materials and Tests
5 Design
5.1 Bedplate/Crankcase
5.5 Cylinders and Covers, Liners and Pistons
5.7 Securing of Nuts
FIGURE 3 Reference Area of Crank Web Cross Section (2007)
FIGURE 4 Crankpin Section Through the Oil Bore (2007)
FIGURE 6 Crank Throw of Semi-built Crankshaft (2007)
5.11 Shaft Couplings and Clutches
7 Engine Appurtenances
7.1 Explosion Relief Valves
7.2 Oil Mist Detection/Monitoring Arrangements (2006)
7.3 Governors and Overspeed Protection
7.7 Cylinder Overpressure Monitoring (2001)
7.9 Scavenging Blowers
7.11 Fire Extinguishing System for Scavenge Manifold
7.13 Warning Notices
7.15 Jacket Drain and Overpressure Protection
7.17 Monitoring
9 Piping Systems for Diesel Engines
11 Installation of Diesel Engines
11.1 Seating Arrangements for Diesel Engines
11.3 Metal Chocks
11.5 Cast Resin Chocks
11.7 Resilient Mountings
11.9 Hot Surfaces
13 Testing, Inspection and Certification of Diesel Engines
13.1 Material and Nondestructive Tests
13.3 Hydrostatic Tests of Diesel Engine Components
13.5 Relief and Safety Valves
13.6 Manufacturer’s Quality Control (2002)
13.7 Type Tests of Diesel Engines
FIGURE 8 Type Test Power/Speed Diagram
13.9 Shop Tests of Each Produced Diesel Engine
13.11 Type Tests of Mass-produced Diesel Engines
13.13 Certification of Diesel Engine
15 Shipboard Trials of Diesel Engines
15.1 Engines Driving Fixed Pitch Propellers
15.3 Engines Driving Controllable Pitch Propellers
15.5 Engines Driving Propulsion Generators
15.7 Engines Driving Generators or Essential Auxiliaries (2006)
15.9 Engines Burning Residual Fuel Oil
15.11 Torsional Vibration Barred Speed Range
SECTION 1 Appendix 4 – Guidance for Spare Parts
3 Spare Parts for Main Propulsion Diesel Engines
5 Spare Parts for Auxiliary Diesel Engines
1 Scope
3 Recognized Standards
5 Purpose
7 Test Facilities
9 Explosion Test Process
11 Valves to be Tested
13 Method
13.1 General Requirements
13.3 Stages of Testing
15 Assessment
17 Design Series Qualification
17.1 General
17.3 Flame Arrester
19 Reporting
21 Acceptance
3 Recognized Environmental Test Standards
9 Equipment Testing
9.1 For the Alarm/Monitoring Panel
9.3 For the Detectors
11 Functional Test Process
13 Detectors and Alarm Equipment to be Tested
15 Method
17 Assessment
19 Design Series Qualification
21 Reporting
23 Acceptance
SECTION 2 Turbochargers
1.5 Plans and Particulars to be Submitted
3.1 Material Specifications and Purchase Orders
3.3 Engines with Cylinder Bore ≤ 300 mm (11.8 in.)
3.5 Engines with Cylinder Bore > 300 mm (11.8 in.) (2003)
3.7 Alternative Material Test Requirements
5.1 Engines with Cylinder Bores ≤ 300 mm (11.8 in.)
5.3 Engines with Cylinder Bores > 300 mm (11.8 in.)
7 Piping Systems for Turbochargers
9 Installation of Turbochargers
9.1 Air Inlet
9.3 Hot Surfaces
9.5 Pipe and Duct Connections
11 Testing, Inspection and Certification of Turbochargers
11.1 Shop Inspection and Tests
11.3 Certification of Turbochargers
11.5 Engine and Shipboard Trials
13 Spare Parts
SECTION 3 Gas Turbines
5.3 Operation Above the Rated Speed and Power
5.5 Overhaul Interval
5.7 Type Test Data
7 Gas Turbine Appurtenances
7.1 Overspeed Protective Devices
7.3 Operating Governors for Propulsion Gas Turbines
7.7 Safety Systems and Devices
7.9 Hand Trip Gear
7.11 Air-intake Filters and Anti-icing
7.13 Silencers
9 Piping and Electrical Systems for Gas Turbines (2007)
11 Installation of Gas Turbines
11.1 Pipe and Duct Connections
13 Testing, Inspection and Certification of Gas Turbines
13.1 Shop Inspection and Tests
13.3 Certification of Gas Turbines
SECTION 1 Appendix 1 – Plans and Data for Gas Turbines (2007)
SECTION 4 Steam Turbines
7 Steam Turbine Appurtenances
7.3 Operating Governors for Propulsion Turbines
7.7 Hand and Automatic Tripping
7.11 Overpressure Protection (2006)
9 Piping Systems for Steam Turbines
11 Installation of Steam Turbines
11.1 Exhaust Steam to Turbine
11.5 Pipe and Duct Connections
13.3 Certification of Steam Turbines
SECTION 4 Appendix 1 – Guidance for Spare Parts
3 Spare Parts for Propulsion Steam Turbines
CHAPTER 3 Propulsion and Maneuvering Machinery
3.1 Material Specifications and Test Requirements
3.3 Alternative Material Test Requirements
5.7 Access for Inspection
5.9 Calculation of Shafts for Gears
5.11 Rating of Cylindrical and Bevel Gears
5.13 Alternative Gear Rating Standards
5.15 Gears with Multiple Prime Mover Inputs (2003)
7 Piping Systems for Gears
9 Testing, Inspection and Certification of Gears
9.7 Certification of Gears
SECTION 1 Appendix 1 – Rating of Cylindrical and Bevel Gears
5 Geometrical Definitions
7 Bevel Gear Conversion and Specific Formulas (2006)
9 Nominal Tangential Load, Ft, Fmt (2006)
11 Application Factor, KA
13 Load Sharing Factor, Kγ
17 Face Load Distribution Factors, KHβ and KFβ
17.1 Factors Used for the Determination of KHβ
19 Transverse Load Distribution Factors, KHα and KFα
19.3 Limitations of KHα and KFα
21.3 Permissible Contact Stress
21.9 Elasticity Factor, ZE
21.17 Helix Angle Factor, Zβ
23 Tooth Root Bending Strength
23.1 Tooth Root Bending Stress for Pinion and Wheel
23.3 Permissible Tooth Root Bending Stress
23.9 Helix Angle Factor, Yβ
FIGURE 5 Definitions of the Various Diameters
SECTION 1 Appendix 2 – Guidance for Spare Parts
SECTION 1 Appendix 3 – Gear Parameters
SECTION 2 Propulsion Shafting
5 Design and Construction
5.9 Strengthening for Navigation in Ice
5.11 Tail Shaft Propeller-end Design
7 Propulsion Shaft Alignment and Vibrations
7.3 Shaft Alignment Calculations (2004)
7.9 Lateral (Whirling) Vibrations
9 Inspection, Testing and Certification
9.5 Propulsion Shafts and Associated Parts
9.7 Flexible Couplings, Clutches, Cardan Shafts, etc
11 Installation and Trials
11.3 Vibration Measurement
11.5 Circulating Currents
3.1 Normally Used Propeller Materials
5.1 Blade Thickness – Fixed Pitch Propeller
5.3 Blade Thickness – Controllable-pitch Propellers
5.7 Blades of Unusual Design
5.11 Strengthening for Navigation in Ice
7.3 Inspection and Certification
9 Installation, Tests and Trial
9.5 Protection Against Corrosion
9.11 Controllable Pitch Propellers – Hydrostatic Tests
SECTION 4 Steering Gears
1.7 Steering Gear Compartment
1.11 Plans and Particulars to be Submitted
5.5 Single Failure Criterion
5.7 Independent Control Systems
5.9 Non-duplicated Components
5.13 Steering Gear Torques (2003)
7 Mechanical Component Design
7.5 Tillers, Quadrants and Other Mechanical Parts
7.7 Rudder Stock to Tiller/Quadrant Connection
9.3 Hydraulic Oil Reservoir and Storage Tank
11.1 Power Supply Feeders
11.5 Undervoltage Release
11.9 Emergency Power Supply
13.5 Control System Override
19.5 Prototype Tests of Power Units
19.7 Components Shop Tests
21 Installation, Tests and Trials
21.3 Operating Instructions
23 Additional Requirements for Passenger Vessels
25.1 Vessels of 10,000 Gross Tonnage and Upwards
SECTION 5 Thrusters and Dynamic Positioning Systems
1.7 Plans and Particulars to be Submitted
5.9 Anti-friction Bearings
5.13 Access for Inspection (2007)
7 Controls and Instrumentation
11 Miscellaneous Requirements for Thruster Rooms
11.3 Bilge System for Thruster Compartments
13 Certification and Trial
15 Dynamic Positioning Systems
15.5 Power Generation and Distribution System
TABLE 2 Instrumentation at DPS Control Station
15.15 Certification and Trials
1.7 Plans and Data to be Submitted
FIGURE 1 Arrangements of Propulsion Redundancy
5.1 Single Failure Criteria
7 Propulsion and Steering Capability
7.1 Vessels Without + in Class Notation
7.3 Vessels with + in Class Notation
9.1 Propulsion Machinery and Propulsors
9.7 Auxiliary Service Systems
9.9 Electrical Distribution Systems
9.11 Control and Monitoring Systems
9.13 Communication Systems
15.1 Fault Simulation Test
15.3 Communication System Test
17 Survey After Construction
CHAPTER 4 Boilers, Pressure Vessels and Fired Equipment
SECTION 1 Boilers and Pressure Vessels and Fired Equipment
TABLE 1 Pressure Vessels Covered in Part 4, Chapter 4
1.5 Recognized Codes or Standards
1.7 Grouping of Boilers and Pressure Vessels
TABLE 2 Grouping of Boilers and Pressure Vessels
1.13 Plans and Data to be Submitted
3.1 Permissible Materials
3.3 Permissible Welding Consumables
3.5 Material Certification and Tests
7 Fabrication, Testing and Certification
7.5 Dimensional Tolerances
7.7 Nondestructive Examination
7.9 Preheat and Postweld Heat Treatment
7.13 Manufacturer’s Documentation
9.3 Permissible Valve Connections on Boilers
9.5 Main Steam and Feed Valve Connections
9.7 Instrument Connections for Boilers
9.9 Miscellaneous Connections
9.15 Guidance for Spare Parts
11.1 Local Control and Monitoring
11.3 Manual Emergency Shutdown
11.5 Control of Fired Boilers
TABLE 4 List of Alarms and Shutdowns – Fired Boilers (2002)
11.7 Control for Waste Heat Boilers
TABLE 5 List of Alarms – Waste Heat Boilers (2002)
5.1 Torispherically and Hemispherically Dished Heads
5.5 Heads with Access Openings
7 Openings and Reinforcements
7.3 Reinforcement Requirements
FIGURE 9 Chart for Determining Value of F
7.7 Metal Having Reinforcement Value
7.9 Strength of Reinforcement
7.11 Reinforcement of Multiple Openings
FIGURE 11 Illustration of Rules Given in 4-4-1A1/7.11.3
9.3 Maximum Allowable Working Pressure
13 Joint and Dimensional Tolerances
17 Radiography and Other Nondestructive Examination
19 Preheat and Postweld Heat Treatment
CHAPTER 5 Deck and Other Machinery
SECTION 1 Anchor Windlass
3 Materials and Fabrication
CHAPTER 6 Piping Systems
SECTION 1 General Provisions
1.3 Organization of Piping Systems Requirements
3.19 Maximum Allowable Working Pressure
5 Classes of Piping Systems
7 Certification of Piping System Components
TABLE 2 Piping Classes and Certification
7.5 Certification Based on the Type Approval Program
9 Plans and Data to be Submitted
9.3 Contents of System Plans
9.5 Booklet of Standard Details
SECTION 2 Metallic Piping
FIGURE 2 Straight-thread ‘O’-Ring Joints
5.13 Safety Relief Valves
5.15 Nonstandard Components
9.1 Protection from Mechanical Damage
9.3 Protection of Electrical Equipment
9.5 Provisions for Expansion and Contraction of Piping (2004)
9.9 Protection from Overpressure
9.11 Temperature and Pressure Sensing Devices
9.15 Control of Static Electricity
9.17 Accessibility of Valves (2007)
9.19 Common Overboard Discharge
TABLE 1 Allowable Stress Values S for Steel Pipes; N/mm2
TABLE 8 Commercial Pipe Sizes and Wall Thicknesses
SECTION 3 Plastic Piping
3 Plans and Data to be Submitted (2007)
3.3 Drawings and Supporting Documentation
5.15 Electrical Conductivity
7 Installation of Plastic Pipes
7.5 Plastic Pipe Connections
7.7 Electrical Conductivity
7.11 Bulkhead and Deck Penetrations
7.13 Application of Fire Protection Coatings
9 Manufacturing of Plastic Pipes (2007)
11 Plastic Pipe Bonding Procedure Qualification
11.1 Procedure Qualification Requirements
11.3 Procedure Qualification Testing
FIGURE 1 Fire Endurance Test Burner Assembly
17 Tests by Manufacturer – Flame Spread
19 Testing by Manufacturer – General (2007)
21 Testing Onboard After Installation
TABLE 1 Fire Endurance Requirement Matrix
SECTION 4 Ship Piping Systems and Tanks
1.5 Damage Stability Consideration
3.3 Protection from Sea Water Entry (2005)
FIGURE 1 Overboard Discharges – Valve Requirements (2005)
3.9 Gravity Drains of Non-watertight Spaces
3.11 Vessels Subject to Damage Stability
5.7 Oil Pollution Prevention Measures
7.5 Ballast Piping and Valves
9 Tank Vents and Overflows
11.7 Level Indicating Device (2005)
11.9 Remote Level Indicating Systems
13 Fuel Oil Storage and Transfer Systems
13.3 Installation Requirements
TABLE 5 Pipe Joint Limitations for Starting Air Systems (2006)
11.9 Diesel Engine Exhaust
11.11 Gas Turbines Exhaust
13 Crankcase Ventilation and Drainage
13.3 Crankcase Vent Piping Arrangement
SECTION 6 Piping Systems for Steam Plants
3.3 Steam Piping Components
TABLE 1 Joint Limitations for Steam Piping Systems (2006)
3.9 General Installation Details
3.11 Steam Piping for Propulsion Turbines
5 Boiler Feed Water and Condensate Systems
5.3 Feed Water System Design
5.5 Propulsion and Electric Power Generation Boilers (2005)
TABLE 2 Pipe Joint Limitations for Feed Water Systems (2006)
7 Boiler Fuel Oil Piping System
7.3 Fuel Oil Service System for Propulsion Boilers
7.7 System Monitoring and Shutdown
TABLE 3 Fuel Oil System Alarms and Shutdown
9.5 Lubricating Oil Tanks
9.9 System Monitoring and Safety Shutdown
11 Sea Water Circulation and Cooling Systems
11.3 Condenser Cooling System
11.5 Lubricating Oil Cooling Systems
11.7 Cooling System Components
SECTION 7 Other Piping Systems
3.3 Hydraulic Oil Storage Tanks
3.5 Hydraulic System Components
TABLE 1 Pipe Joint Limitations for Hydraulic Piping (2006)
5.3 Pneumatic System Components
TABLE 2 Pipe Joint Limitations for Pneumatic Systems (2006)
5.5 Pneumatic System Requirements
7 Fixed Oxygen-acetylene Systems
7.5 Piping System Components
9 Helicopter Refueling Systems
9.3 Fuel Storage and Refueling Equipment Area
9.15 Fire Extinguishing System
CHAPTER 7 Fire Safety Systems
1.9 Machinery Space Openings
5 Requirements for Miscellaneous High-risk Spaces
5.1 Paint and Flammable Liquid Lockers (2001)
5.3 Helicopter Facilities
5.7 Furnaces of Thermal Oil Heaters
5.9 Rotating Machines for Propulsion
7 Requirements for Cargo Spaces
7.5 General Cargo Vessels
7.7 Other Dry Cargo Spaces
7.9 Liquid Cargo Spaces and Related Spaces
TABLE 2 Dangerous Goods in Limited Quantities
SECTION 3 Fire-extinguishing Systems and Equipment
1.3 Capacity of Fire Pumps
1.5 Arrangements of Fire Pumps and of Fire Mains
1.7 Diameter and Pressure in the Fire Main
1.17 Water Pumps for Other Fire Extinguishing Systems (1 July 2002)
1.19 International Shore Connection
TABLE 1 Dimensions of International Shore Connection
3 Fixed Gas Fire Extinguishing Systems
3.5 Refrigerated Low-pressure CO2 Systems
5 Fixed Foam Fire Extinguishing Systems
7.3 Equivalent Water-mist Fire-extinguishing Systems
9.3 Sprinkler System Arrangements
9.5 Sprinklers Characteristics
9.9 Pumps and Piping Systems
9.11 Location of Sprinkler Pump and Tank
9.15 Connection with the Fire Main
11 Fixed Fire Detection and Fire Alarm Systems
11.3 Installation Requirements
11.5 Equipment Design Requirements
13 Sample Extraction Smoke Detection Systems
13.1 General Requirements
13.5 Equipment Design Requirements
15 Miscellaneous Fire Fighting Equipment
15.1 Portable Fire Extinguishers
15.7 Emergency Escape Breathing Devices (EEBDs) (1 July 2002)
CHAPTER 8 Electrical Systems
1 Organization of Requirements for Electrical Systems
5 Plans and Data to be Submitted
SECTION 2 System Design
3 Main Source of Electrical Power
3.1 Number and Capacity of Generators
3.3 Power Supplied by Propulsion Generators
3.5 Generators Driven by Propulsion Machinery (2004)
3.7 Transformers and Converters (2002)
3.9 Location of Generators
5 Emergency Source of Electrical Power
5.7 Vessels on Short Duration Voyages
5.11 Transitional Source of Power
5.13 Emergency Switchboard
5.17 Use of Emergency Generator in Port (2002)
7.5 Earthed AC Distribution System
7.9 Segregation of Power Circuits
7.11 Steering Gear Power Supply Feeders
7.15 Ventilation System Circuits
7.17 Cargo Space Circuits
7.19 Electric Space Heater Circuits
9.3 Protection Against Short Circuit
9.5 Protection Against Overload
9.7 Coordination of Protective Devices
9.9 Load Shedding Arrangements
9.11 Protection of Generators
9.13 Protection of Feeder Cables (2005)
9.15 Protection for Accumulator Batteries
9.17 Protection of Motor Circuits
9.19 Protection of Transformer Circuits
9.21 Protection for Branch Lighting Circuits
11.3 Navigation Light System
11.5 Interior Communication Systems
11.7 Manually Operated Alarms
11.9 Emergency Shutdown Systems
11.11 Battery Starting Systems
SECTION 3 Electrical Equipment
1.3 Standard of Compliance
1.5 Certification of Equipment (2006)
1.9 Voltage and Frequency Characteristics
1.15 Insulation Material
1.17 Ambient Temperatures
3.7 Overload/Overcurrent Capability
3.9 Short-circuit Capability
5 Switchboards, Motor Controllers, etc
5.3 Construction, Assembly and Components
5.5 Main and Emergency Switchboards
5.9 Battery Charging and Discharging Board
5.11 Testing and Certification
7 Transformers and Converters
7.3 Transformers for Essential Services
7.5 Semiconductor Converters
9.1 Standard of Compliance (2005)
9.3 Current Carrying Capacity
9.9 Insulation Temperature Rating
9.11 Armor for Single Core Cables
9.15 Mineral-insulated Metal-sheathed Cables
9.17 Test and Certification
9.21 Cable Junction Boxes
13 Certified Safe Equipment
13.3 Acceptable Types of Certified Safe Equipment
13.5 Flammable Gas Groups and Temperature Classes (2002)
TABLE 6 Maximum Current Carrying Capacity for Cables
SECTION 4 Shipboard Installation and Tests
1.11 High Fire Risk Areas (2007)
5.3 Lead-acid or Alkaline Battery Storage Locations
5.5 Low-hydrogen-emission Battery Storage Locations
7 Switchboard and Distribution Boards
9 Motor Controllers and Motor Control Centers
9.3 Disconnecting Arrangements
9.5 Resistors for Control Apparatus
11.3 Lighting Installation in Cargo Spaces
11.5 Lighting Distribution Boards (2005)
13 Ventilating and Heating Equipment
17 Portable Equipment and Outlets
21.1 General Requirements
21.3 Cable Current Carrying Capacity
21.7 Single Conductor Cables
21.11 Cable Bending Radii
21.13 Deck and Bulkhead Penetrations
21.15 Mechanical Protection for Cables
FIGURE 1 Cables within High Fire Risk Areas (2007)
21.19 Mineral Insulated Cables
21.23 Installation of Cable Splices
21.25 Installation of Cable Junction Boxes
23.1 General Requirements
27 Electrical Equipment in Hazardous Areas
27.5 Certified Safe Equipment in Hazardous Areas
27.7 Intrinsically Safe Systems
27.9 Cables in Hazardous Areas (2006)
27.11 Lighting Circuits in Hazardous Areas (2002)
29.9 Interior Communications System
29.11 Voltage Drop Measurement
29.13 Insulation Resistance Measurements
31 Guidance for Spare Parts
31.1 Spare Parts of Electrical Equipment
31.3 Measuring Instrument
3 General Design Requirements
5.1 Impact Resistance Test
5.3 Safe Working Load (SWL) Test
7.3 Smoke and Toxicity Test
SECTION 5 Special Systems
3.11 Equipment Installation
5 Electric Propulsion Systems
5.5 Electric Power Supply Systems
5.9 Protection for Earth Leakage
5.13 Instrumentation at the Control Station
5.15 Equipment Installation and Arrangements
7 Three-wire Dual-voltage DC Systems
7.1 Three-wire DC Generators
CHAPTER 9 Remote Propulsion Control and Automation
1.3 Propulsion and Maneuvering
5.3 Definitions for Computerized Systems
9 Conceptual Requirements for System Design
9.11 Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA)
13 Automatic Safety Shutdown
SECTION 2 Remote Propulsion Control
5 Remote Propulsion Control on Navigation Bridge
5.5 Ordered Speed and Direction
5.9 Starting of Propulsion Machinery
5.11 Transfer Between Remote Control Stations
5.15 Communications Systems
7.3 Propulsion Machinery Space
9.5 Override of Safety System Functions
9.7 Restart of Propulsion Machinery
11.1 Electrical Equipment
11.3 Computer Based Equipment
11.5 Hydraulic and Pneumatic Equipment
5 Location of Centralized Control Station
7 Remote Controls from Centralized Control Station
9 Monitoring in Centralized Control Station
13.1 Propulsion Diesel Engines
13.3 Propulsion Gas Turbines
13.5 Propulsion Steam Turbines
13.9 Generators and Electrical Systems
13.11 Boilers and Fired Equipment
13.13 Propulsion Auxiliaries (2007)
15 Propulsion Machinery Space
15.1 Fuel Oil System Arrangements
15.3 Bilge Level Monitoring
3.3 Duration of Unattended Operation
7 Location of Centralized Control Station
9 Remote Control from Centralized Control Station
11 Monitoring in Centralized Control Station
13.5 Automatic Start and Changeover
15.1 Automatic Starting of Propulsion Auxiliaries
15.3 Propulsion Steam Turbine
17 Propulsion Machinery Space
19 Monitoring Station in the Engineers’ Quarters
19.1 Engineers’ Public Space and Engineers’ Cabins (2006)
19.3 Muting the Audible Alarms
21.3 Controls at Fire Fighting Station
21.5 Fire Detection and Alarm Systems
21.7 Portable Fire Extinguishers
SECTION 5 Installation, Tests and Trials
3.1 Electromagnetic Avoidance
3.3 Moisture Condensation
3.5 Signal Cables Installation
5.1 Propulsion Remote Control
5.5 Vessels Receiving ACC Notation
5.7 Vessels Receiving ACCU Notation
3.3 Program and Memory Data
3.5 Start-up After Power Failure
5 Additional Requirements for Integrated Systems
7.1 Design for Ease of Maintenance
7.3 User Interface and Input Devices
3 Environmental Test Conditions (2003)
5 Environmentally Controlled Space
7 Electric and Electronic Equipment (2003)
13.1 Prototype Environmental Testing (2003)
13.3 Production Unit Certification (2003)
3 Doors Used While at Sea
3.5 Closing Alarm of Doors
3.7 Electrical Power Supply
3.11 Electrical Equipment
5 Access Doors/Hatches Normally Closed at Sea
7.11 Electrical Equipment
9 External Doors/Openings
9.1 External Openings Below Damaged Waterline
9.3 Cargo, Gangway or Fueling Ports
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