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APPENDIX 2

BALLAST WATER EXCHANGE SEQUENCE - LIGHT BALLAST CONDITION

W.B.T. A.P.T

W.B.T. W.B.T. W.B.T. W.B.T. W.B.T. W.B.T. W.B.T. W.B.T. W.B.T. W.B.T. W.B.T. WING 5 WING 5 WING 4B WING 4B WING 4A HEEL WING 4A HEEL WING 3 WING 3 WING 2 WING 2 5B DB
S P 924.2 100 S 733.2 100 P 733.2 100 S 555 100 P 555 100 S 525.7 100 P 525.7 100 S 626.8 100 P 626.8 100 S 803.5 100

W.B.T. 5B DB
P 798.7 100

W.B.T. 5A DB
S 500.6 100

W.B.T. 5A DB
P 500.6 100

W.B.T. 4B DB
S 1000.2 100

W.B.T. 4B DB
P 1000.2 100

W.B.T. 4A DB
S 608.6 100

W.B.T. 4A DB
P 608.6 100

W.B.T. 3 DB
S 502.6 100

W.B.T. 3 DB
P

W.B.T. W.B.T. 2 DEEP F. P. T

FO/DO/L O/FW MT
3776

Drafts Fwd m
7.24

INITIAL CONDITION (mention volume in top row and percentage of full tank in next row): 560 100 924.2 100 502.6 NIL 100 NIL

STEP 1:

E
STEP 2:

F F E F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

F F E F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

F F F F E F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

F F F F E F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

F F F F F F E F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

F F F F F F E F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F

F F F F F F F F E F F F F F F F F F F F F F

F F F F F F F F E F F F F F F F F F F F F F

F F F F F F F F F F E F F F F F F F F F F F

F F F F F F F F F F E F F F F F F F F F F F

F F F F F F F F F F F F E F F F F F F F F F

F F F F F F F F F F F F E F F F F F F F F F

F F F F F F F F

EMPTY AFT PEAK TANK F F F REFILL AFT PEAK TANK F F F

F F

F F

F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F E F

F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F E F

3776 3776 3776 3776 3776 3776 3776 3776 3776 3776 3776 3776 3776 3776 3776 3776 3776 3776 3776 3776 3776 3776

7.66 7.24 7.4


7.24

F
STEP 3: F STEP 4: F STEP 5: F STEP 6: F STEP 7: F
STEP 8:

EMPTY 5 WING TANK PORT AND STBD F F F F F REFILL WING TANK 5 PORT AND STBD F F F F F EMPTY WING TANK 4B PORT AND STBD F F F F F REFILL WING TANK 4B PORT AND STBD F F F F F EMPTY WING TANK 4A HEEL PORT AND STBD F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F F E F F F

6.87
7.24

6.69
7.24

REFILL 4A HEEL PORT AND STBD TANK

F STEP 9: F STEP 10: F STEP 11: F STEP 12 F STEP 13: F STEP 14: F STEP 15: F STEP 16: F STEP 17: F STEP18: F STEP 19: F STEP 20: F STEP 21: F STEP 22: F

F F F F EMPTY WING TANK 3 PORT AND STBD F F F F F REFILL WING TANK 3 PORT AND STBD F F F F F EMPTY WING TANK 2 PORT AND STBD F F F F F REFILL WING TANK 2 PORT AND STBD F F F F F EMPTY 5B DB TANK PORT AND STBD F F F F F REFILL 5B DB TANK PORT AND STBD F F F F F EMPTY 5A DB TANK PORT AND STBD E E F F F REFILL 5A DB TANK PORT AND STBD F F F F F EMPTY 4B DB TANK PORT AND STBD F F E E F REFILL 4B DB TANK PORT AND STBD F F F F F EMPTY 4A DB TANK PORT AND STBD F F F F E REFILL4 A DB TANK PORT AND STBD F F F F F EMPTY 3 DB TANK PORT AND STBD F F F F F REFILL 3 DB TANK PORT AND STBD F F F F F

6.45
7.24

5.97 7.24 7.52 7.24 7.21 7.24 6.74 7.24 6.63 7.24 6.48 7.24

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Remarks : Below notes shall be mentioned in the Remarks column where applicable:Note 1: The Master is advised that the propeller will not be fully immersed during this step / sequence. Note 2: The Master is advised that bridge visibility forward will be reduced during this step / sequence. Note 3: This step / sequence is to be carried out in calm seas only. Note 4: This step / sequence may be carried out in calm to moderate seas Note 5: This step / sequence may be carried out in moderate to rough seas. Note 6: In the critical fill range 70%-95% this step / sequence is to be carried out in calm to moderate seas only. Note 7:Where two ballast pumps are used for filling purposes, when the fill level reaches 80% - 90%, then only one of the pumps is to be deployed. Note 8: Steps which utilize Flow-Through Method should be mentioned "Flow-Through Method" and details filled in the table below.

FLOW THROUGH METHOD


STEP NO: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 CAPACITY m3 TIME FOR 3 CHANGES 1 BALLAST PUMP G.S. PUMP Remarks

Atleast 2 light ballast condition sequences to be prepared.

Note: It may not be possible to completely empty out a ballast tank or ballast hold due to exceeding of permissible stress factors. In such combining the sequential and flow-through method of exchange will need to be prepared and followed.

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Drafts Aft m
8.24

Trim m
1

Metacentric height (G.M.)

S.W. B. M. %
70 A 13

S.W. S. F. %
64 69

Propeller Invisible Immersion Length % <xxx m


105.64 278

Estimated Time hours

Remarks

5.92

7.63 8.24 7.38


8.24

-0.03 1 -0.02
1

5.98 5.92 6.17


5.92

61 70 78
70

60 64 79
64

98 105.64 94.6
105.64

253 278 257


278

57 MINS 57 MINS 3 HRS 09 MINS 3 HRS 09 MINS 2HRS 30 MINS 2HRS 30 MINS 1HR 51 MIN 1HR 51 MIN 1 HR 47 MINS 1 HR 47 MINS 2HRS 08 MINS 2HRS 08 MINS 2HRS 44 MINS 2HRS 44 MINS 1HR 42 MINS 1HR 42 MINS 3HRS 25 MINS 3HRS 25 MINS 02HRS 04 MINS 02HRS 04 MINS 1 HR 43 MINS 1 HR 43 MINS

NOTE 1

T AND STBD NOTE 1 N.A NOTE 1 N.A N.A N.A N.A N.A N.A N.A NOTE 1 N.A N.A N.A N.A N.A N.A N.A N.A
N.A

RT AND STBD

ORT AND STBD 7.45


8.24

1.15
1

6.11
5.92

79
70

72
64

95.5
105.64

286
278

ORT AND STBD

EEL PORT AND STBD 8.34


8.24

1.65
1

6.07
5.92

72
70

67
64

106.9
105.64

299
278

T AND STBD 8.59


8.24

2.14
1

6.05
5.92

69
70

61
64

110.1
105.64

314
278

RT AND STBD

RT AND STBD 8.96 8.24 7.36 8.24 7.89 8.24 7.94 8.24 8.35 8.24 8.57 8.24 2.99 1 -0.16 1 0.68 1 1.2 1 1.72 1 2.09 1 6.08 5.92 5.71 5.92 5.79 5.92 5.65 5.92 5.76 5.92 5.8 5.92 64 70 74 70 77 70 83 70 72 70 68 70 60 64 77 64 71 64 76 64 68 64 61 64 114.87
105.64

344
278

RT AND STBD

T AND STBD 94.3


105.64

253
278

RT AND STBD

T AND STBD 101.15


105.64

272
278

RT AND STBD

T AND STBD 101.79


105.64 107.05 105.64

289
278 302 278

RT AND STBD

T AND STBD

T AND STBD

T AND STBD 109.87


105.64

312
278

RT AND STBD

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ctors. In such cases a sequence method of exchange will need to be prepared and followed.

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