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1.Procedure of Sea Trial

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THIS DRAWING OR DOCUMENT IS THE PROPERlY OF HYUNDAI MIPO

DOCKYARD CO., LTD .. ANO IT MUST NOT BEPARTlALLY OR WHOLLY COPIED OR USED FOR ANY OTHER PU RPOSE WITHOUT PRIOR WRITTEN PERMISSION' OF HYUNDAI MIPO DOCKYARD(HMO).

ClASSIFICATION

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PEP'T NO. DEP'T NAME SHIP TYPE

5610 BASIC DES.IGN D.EP'T 37,000 DWT CLASS BUl-KCARRIER

~T=E~L.~N~O~. -+~S~HI=P~N~O~.~~~~~~~~~~~~~~S~H~IP~N~AM~·~E~~~~~~~~~~~~~-- .. ~

3758

TOTAL ( 99 ) SHEETS WITH A COVER

5027128/29/30 (NORbEN) S031132/33. H6040/41142 (INTERORINET)

NORD SEOUL I NORD BARCELONA I NORDAUCKLAN r NORD ROmRDAM,

N
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23, N ORIENT DISPATCH I ORIENT BEARING I ORIENT BELT, ORIENT PE'F~NDER I ORIENT DELlVE~Y I ORIENTDISPATC}i

APPROVED:

NAME OF DRAWING

CHECKED:

S.H.OH~""""'"

PROCEDURE OF SEA TRIAL

S.,i-I.LEE S.H.k_

~~~--+- -================:..j'SCALE

DRAWN

2

HYUNDAI MIPO DOCKYARD CO" liD.

ULSAN KOREA

DRAWING NO.

REV. NO

N6AOOOB004

CONSOLIDATED I

PO 5-0006-0 l'

PLAN HISTORY

SHIP NO.

S027 Series

0W(l NO.

6AOOOB004

DATE

DESCRIPTION

DRAWN

CHECKED APPROVED

Apr.06'10 ORI.

REV. MARK

-Ori,o i na II y oreear ed for S027 Ser is.

Jul.23'10

1

Revised accordlnc to t.he Owner's comments

n Added the spped tr i al at the lowest fIPM,. (P. 10) /\ 2) Added the man-overbcaro tr ial. (P. 18)

~ 3) Corrected the- meaSl:Irement for vi brat ion

baseQ on ISO 6954-2000(E).(P.n-33}

4) Added the m~i n engi nil moor i ng tr ia I . (P. 89)

Oc1.12'10

'J\ Corrected the test condition from scant ling ~ draft to sea trial condition accor dlna to ,the, Owner's, agreement. (P.55)

BASI~CPART

4

PROCEDURE OF SEA TRTAL

Ship No,

Ship name:

Classification

TMONp.

REV. STANDARD NO."

1. PRINClPAL PARtiCULARS

S027/28lZ973Q (NORDEN)

S031/32/33, H6D40/41142 (I'NTI::RORINET)

NORDEN" I rnTERQRIENT

DNV+lAl"BulkCa.rrierE8P, HC"A.(IIoldNo.J&4 maybe empty), Grahl20Jl CSR, BO, BIS"rMON, BWM-E:(S), DO-B.

9544736l9M47'4819544750/9$447~2(~ORD~1"iJ) 9;S2769'Z19517702{9.5229~8, 95228$119522893/95~29Q"8 (lNTERO.Rl;ENT)

L_.·O.A. L. B. P.

Breadth (mId:)

D~pth (DiM.)

Design Draft (ext.) Scantli;tl& Dl'aft( ext.)

186.40 M 178:dO M 27.80 M 15.60 M 9.8QO M .10.90 M

Main engine

Propell\!f

Rudder

"~peed

abe.

Typ~ Output

l-lYLJNDAl-B&W 6846MC-07

MGR: 7,860 KW x 129,0 RPM

NCR:

6,680KW x

112.2 RPM

'Type

No. "q[ bla.Jje

Diax Pitdlratio(O.7R)

Fix_ed Pitch Propli:lller 4

5,600 x

O}434

Type Semi-Spade

Area 29.02 M2

Max. Rudder turning Angle: :3 5.0 Deg,

Smite speed at "1;hedesigndra:ft and atthe n9'rn1<ilcontInu,91JS

ratiQg((5;~80 lflV) ol'i'm¥w engine\"\iitb 15% ~ea~rginat the conditiojjOfd~an b9ttom in cahll(BE O)anqdeep sea tobealxnrt .14.~OI<.not:s.

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REV: STANDARD NO.

PROCEDu REOF SEA TRIAL

IBD.S~5Q-B035

~..g~_IRJjJiL COND.llION

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DEADWEIGHT ITEMS

WEIGHT

FILL

V.C.G.

ABOVE B.L. eM)

FREE SURfACE MOMENT (1M)

L .. C.G ..

FROM MIS (M)

T.C.G.

OFF C.L. (M)

BLIN1<ER 495.2 -58.64 -2.90 12, 14 1724
NO.1 T.S & D.S.W.S. TK(P) 820.0 83.7 65.9a -7.05 :3.2;7 25'9
". NO.1 T.S & D .B.W~. B. TK(S) 979.6 100.0 65.83 7.48 5.22 .0
NO.2 1.S & D .B .• W. B. TK(PJ 1274.2 10(1,.0 39 •. 03 -S,J3 5,3,8 a
NO,2 T.S & D,I;!.W, B. TK(S) 127:4,2 100.Q 39.03 9.,33 5.38 a
NO.3 0, B. W. B.TKf?) 92'4.f! lDq.O 10,93 "B.42 t .52 13
NO.3 D.B.W.B.TK(S) 924.8 100,.0 10.93 B.42 1 .52 0
NO.4 D.B.W.B.H(P) 914.1 100.0 -17.32 -i8.47 1.53 0
NO.4 O.B.\f1.B.TK($) 914.1 100.0 -17.3.2 8.47 l.5'3 0
NO .. 5 D.B.W.B .. TK(P} 961 .8 100.0 -45,62 -7.S9 2.39 13
NO.5 D. B. W. B .TI('(S} 9:6:1 .8 100.0 -45.62 7,89 2.3:~ 0
APT (C.) '135.0 49.7 -83,91 ·0.08 9.21 1947 CARGO 0.0 0 .. 00 0.00 '0.00' a
WATER B,!I(LLA,ST 10084.4 10,6.6 0,15 3.27 2·2·06
D8ADWEltlHT t0579,6 7,4,1 Q,01 3~69 3930
LJGHTWEIGHT 8[234,D -13,80 0,00 i.O, !SO Q1S:F'1,ACEMENT

113913 .. '6

1, 19

0.01

6,67

DRAFT EQJ!IV. TRIM BY STERN DRAFT FORWARD

4.$9 M -2.63' M 3.67' M

TRANSV. METACEN1RE KMT VERT. CE:NTRE OF G.RAV KG

14,86m 6.67 M

METAC. HEIGHT

FREE SURFACE CORR.

13M GGO

8.19 M

DRAPT AFT

6,30 M 4.98 M 7.0.8 M

7.,99 M 55.80 '%

CORR. METAG . HEIGHT 130M PROPELLER IMMERSION

DRAFT MEAN L",G.B"

L.C,F. M.T.C. r.r-.c.

6.52; M

HEELING ANGLE

0.00 DES, 0.01 M

42.1.92' TM 41.01 TIcM

T.C··G·

BUNK,ERI,NG CONDITIONS (:SEATRIAL COND)

T.G.G.

OFf' C.L; ([Ii)

v .. t.G.

ABOvE ELL. ('TI)

FREE SU8FACE 'MOMENT ('t:m)

W.FT,'9HT

Fr L.L fI""TI,O

L. ~. (J .•

,FflDM M}S (hi ),

'Ct J .

NO •. .2 HFO Tt<;(P ) .1 48 5 61 6 - 1 7 54 .- 1 1 1 4 14 28' 1.85
NP. :2 l·iFQ SF-R. TK- 1 6.:0 ~.e .Q - 64 90 -8,·72 i .2 ,9~ 1
NO •. .2 H.FO SET TK 1 7 ;'8 9S .. 0 - 6'5 66 - 1 0'.,2,6; 1.2 76 1
.MOo STOR TK(S) 27 .G :54 6 - 64- 6b 2 .. 58 0 71 4.0
MOq S'ER n;: a4 .• ·9 ,~t'I 0 - 65 .'~q - 1 2 75 1 2 .8S 3
NO l' CVL OI L STOR T'K .20 ,·9 98 0 ~61 00 - 6 .. 74 1'2 •. 76 7"
~:v E' L . .o. SI::,TT TK '7 .:9 ,98 a -76 1 7 1 1 20 1 3 24· 1
MLo SETT TK 17. ;2 9S Q - 74 1 5 '1 1 ,.37 1'2 :~i2' :3
MLQ 'SUMP .TI:< 13 1 '98 0, - 70.0~ 9 .'90 1 :t 0 l'
$/T LO sUMp l"K 1 .i !'IE .. .0 - 76 1'6 1 '. 3"6 1 , 62 '0
F .• w TfS ) 1.30 l' 1 CIa p - 82 .A7 7" 47 n3 61 ,0
,= F w TK 48 .. 3 1 00 0 ·~S6. 1,5 -.6 79 1 3'. 73 0
.. ~ .1' .,.G W. TK(,C~ 22 2 1 00 Q - 81 .,41 .0 ~ro 3 37' Q TO'FAL

495.2

-2. gO·

12.14

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PROCEDURE OF SEA TRIAL

REV. SH\NqARD NO,

_3 .. _DRAFT MF,AS1JREMENT

1) PriQ! to the offiCi~Jsea trial, ship's (Ir<ift(fore,rnid, aft) shall be rii~aSJired by remote c.bn:tiol dra:ff ie·ading g~uge~" ifinstalled

.autthe'gaug~s to be calibrated aildcgii;firrli.ed befQr¢ sea trihJ wliliowner.

2) Observation

- Draft

Condition Lcoation

Mean

1 HDS'-56:'BO~?

Starboard

Port

F!J_re

M

M

Aft

M

M

M

3 )The speeifie gr:iyity of sea water to be used the data from the Inclining experiment and dW1 measurement.

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REV. STANDARD NO.

1 HDS-5i5-B035

PROCEDURE OF SEA TRIAL

'1,. PROGRESSIVE SPEED TRIAL

J} Purpose

The test to be carried ontwith the [oHowingengjne 10Cid" in order tQsettle the rel~tioll between ~hlprs speed engine loads,

2) Condition

- Sea Trial conditloh ( Refer to 2: )

3') Method

Progressive speed tri<l,ls are carried. out at the follewing.engine load,

". Design Load Condition

132.9

2

powER (KW)

Engine load

RPM

of prope t let

Run Dk.

( 50% ) ofM.GR.

,J,93D

105.5

2

120.7

( 75% )ofM.C.R.

5,:895

2

** '.85% ofM.C.R.(N.C.R.)

6,681

M.e.R

7,8~O

"'A.lJove R.P.ivi, show~ Pf9pel1er R.P.M. incorptirat:lng R.P:M·tnargin(ahOpt3%at i;lesign GJ,'afJ). '" Speed trial .Qfeac.th lead to be carried out at two dih~9ti9h$9f tun fllld the Speed of each tun. to be measured by three nautical mile distance;

iI< End point ef the first run ;IS start point reverse.run,

(1<* For subsequent vessels, the speed trial only for NCR(85%MCR)io be carried out during endurance test for speed confirmation,

4) Obsei'Vahon

Run number, .dir-eGtiQn(north or ·south);sbip~s speed, revolution, engine outputCKW), winddirection & v(;l19~ity. s~qondi'tiQn & weafher, s.ea deptb.wavebeight & an~le,

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REV. STANDARD NO.

t HDS-:56-B035

PROCEDURE OF SEA TRIAL

5) Noted

5.1) Ship's speed shall he measured by Differential Global Positioning System with correction to calm and deep sea condition and ofticial speed shall be determined by the mean of the consecutive runs and thecorreefion shall be applied in accordance with.NSMB methods

'if the sea state during speedmeasurement is exceeding Beaufort No.O of wind scale.

The shaft revolution and brake KW may be averaged s!mU~rly.

j.2JAll the observation items are to be conductedunder condition that ship's speed arid shaft revolution are regulated

Approachrun must be of sufficient distance to secure steady condition.

5,3) Main engine power aodRPM to be measured by indicator card for official record,

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REV. I STANDARD NO.

HOS,.56-B035'

PROCEDURE OF SEA TRIAL

Weather:

RESIJLTOF SPEED TRtAt

Sea. state: 4-.,

ENGINE LOAD

75%

SEA DEPTH(M)

. tEST STARTING TIME(SEC)

RELAI'IVE DlRECnON

WlND vEI,QCrr' 'fT1yllS)

ELAPSED TIME(SEC';.}

SPEEI)lN ,&.1'S

50%

SPEED(KTS)

MEAN .RE.M

KW

ENGINE LOAD

N.CR(85%)

MC:R

~IRE~~r~~

ORSERV. ITE~

SEA DEPTH(M)

rtsr STARtING 'flME(SEC)

RELATIVE DIRECTION

wrn:n .. VRLQCITY(M/S)

.Ii,LAPSED TIMBeS.EC:)

Ilh

SPEB,D 1N KTS

17. f('!" -'

IiI" 7 7 /{

RP.M.

K.W

. SPEED(KTS)

ltV.Nt

'J

,

"L'I( . rlf

,lSI ~t Ilf-,(L

-

environmental cOIldltlons.sucil as: windt wave Uiid t'lirrente/fl!t::f.

And this test wiilbe cO/tdtteted dUfingan·hal(/zautico.l mile with diJublerull for lst shit? onty exceptMiEpower andspeed.measurements all other required data to be.measuredb» Ownerif:(my.

to,)p

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SPEED VS POWER CURVE

11,000

i ;

·!~".T·-· "--'j

10,000

8;000

7,000

:

,

.j

_~,.(._ .. -----+-...L._+--_,_--1

L./

6.,000

. __ ..

, ,

- - -, ·--.1--

••• 111 .. I

I

5,000

\

4,000

'.-~ -

·1

·.;-· .. ·-+·.·C-.,.-;.C . .-C . .-.·C . .- '·C.· :,!".,,. "', :'.,!,. -v- ,,. .•... ,,. .•..• --- •. fi/.,,,. .... ,,. .... ,,. -v- ,,. ... ·····'·T;··:··,~·.·===:; 1.·.·-.·.

/:

3,000

Y .. '. _J, > .. -,1 . ~ j 7------.~ ~.I .. ).~ J T

!.J ' ~ .. ~ , ~ ~. !'

I- .......... +--+---:;~-+---;----.-'~I-+_-__,____I t;:: ~ f-,- <D j

,V':, ,i - .. t __ -r--§ ,~, -.. ~ ~": ~j -- .. ---,---.-.-+,"',--,- .•. - .... l

.. _'.',_. T 0..0:: W c:::

...... -- .. -.. en c',@) 0

t,

" "

, •.. svr: .. ', .••.. , .... , •. ,.', =r=: ', .... ;,. •. - ••. -,

!

-j
2,000 I
11 12 13 16

17

19.

14

SPEEO(ltnots) 11

I 1

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REV. STANDARD NO.

J HDS-.5,Q-BO,3~

PROCEDURE OF SEA TRIAL

5. TURNING TRIAL f lst ship only)

1) Puqlosc

To know ship's turning manellyerabilityjl1ll3¥,aclvance. ma». transfer and max. tactical diametc;:r.

2) Condlrtori

- Sea trial condition ( Reter to 2. )

S) l\lkthOd

With thi;:s!Up initially atl~as~ 9'0 %·of the sWp's.speedcprresprnding te85 % of the maXimp.in engine. Qutput(NCR), move the rudder Ejuickiy to bard over starboard 35' and held wllilship has made two .complete,·circie.

Return .rudderto midship. and hold' until :fun ahead speed is: restored.

MONe the rudderquinklytohard OVer pori 35" and hold-until ship has-made twocol11J.J[ete circle.

4) C)bservatlon

4. j )Sbip's speed by DOPPLER SPEED LOG.

4.2) Ship'sheadin& angle.by GYRO COMPASS

43) Shaft RP.M,

4.4) Wind direction &; velocify,-weailief, se? st;tt¢ :llJcI seadepthqt fbI;: st;.'lit'ofthe fest

4.5) Necessary time forcompleting the totning.test

4.61 Initial.turning test to be conducted for the first vesselonly, but the test data achived from the first vessel.to be provided fon subsequent vessels.

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PROCEDURE OF SEA TRIAL

RESULT or· TURNING TRIAl f

I'rBM·

STARBOAiill

\\lEATHER

PORT

SEA CONDITION

SEA DEPTH M·

CHECKTIMn

WIND'DIRECTION Deg,

WIND SPEED Knots

RUJ)DERANGLE P~g,

MAX. HEEL ;rn6LE Pltg,

BASBCOURSE. D(;)g,

.INITIAL RPM RPM

INItIAL SPEED Knots

TRANSFER M

TACTICAL M

~VA.N,CE M

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REV. 'STANDARD NO ..

HDS~56-B035

PROCEDURE OF SEA TRIAL

6. CRAS;H STOP ASTERN TRIAl, (1st ~;h~p only)

l)Pl!rpQs'c

To provclhc·maincngibJ;fi$ suitable to ship's enlergency ~tpp apd I9knOw the time.and sailing distance between order bfastemUJ1derbeadwaya,nd ship's stop.

2} Condition

-BaUaSl draltconditiun.( Refer to 2. Sea trial c0cnciition )

3) ,Method

Whhtheslrip itlitil1llyar. 1ea:$l90 %Qf thes hlp's ,SpccgcOITc$poPQingto 85 'Yc>' orth12 maximum engine otrtJ.Nt[,NCR), sigl1a:i for "FULL ASTERN!!.

When the propelling unit has reached steady full.astern RP .M.ahcLs"hip's speed becomes zero, the lest .is (mmpleted.

4) Observation

4.1) Ship's speed by DOPPLER SPEED LOG.

4.2) Ship's heading, angle by GYRO COMPASS

4.3) Shaft R.p.M~

4.4) Wind ~iietti9n & velgcity, Wef!the~,se~ $t:flte:andseJI. depth atthestart of'the test

4.:5} Time elapsed from-signal '"'FILL ASTERN" .. 1) Engine stop

2)' EnJ:l;ine begins to work astern 3) Ship stop

Note 1) Crashstop a:~terfltrial forsqb$equent Ves~el,~ t6 beearried out tor :rf!achiiIttIYPart only,

if needed by Class only.

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PROCEDURE OF SEA TRIAL

1 HDS-56~B035

RESULT OF CRASH STQPASTEKNTRIAL

\¥EATHER

RESULT

TTRM

UNIT

SBA CO~DlnbN

GIlliCK TIMEi

SEAD'EPTH

M

W1NJ)DIRECTIQN ..

Deg.

WIND SPEED

Knots

BASE COURSE

Deg.

Knots

INITIAL :REM

RPM

TIME TO ~I-fAFT STOP

$ec.

TIME'Tb SHIP STOP

TRACK .REACH

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HDS-56-E1035

PROCEDURE OF SEA TRIAL

7. ZIG-ZA01RIAL (Ist ship only)

1) Purpose

'To kn:bw theship' course ~talJi1ity and howthe.shfpresponds to chll;11ges in rodger angle.

2) Condition

- Ballast draft condition( Refer to 2. Sea tr;ial condition )

3) Method

With the sWpinitiaUya:lleas190 % oJthc~liip!ss:pced cQtrc'~l::l9ti9i1lg to 85 % tlfthe maKfmuh'i engine OlltPUt(NOR), the foll()wing il'liltieuver1ngtest to be carriedcnt;

'3.1) Starboard the helm 10· .

3.2) When the ship:s: heading; has reached 1 o to starboard from initial course port the helm JO 0 ; 3.3) When the: shIp is 1;'u.rne,d to PQrtlTQ11) starboardan4 sJijp'sheadlngbas rached 10" tv portfrom

Initial course, SJ<u:bb~d the helm 10".

3.4) Repeatedly, wh~fi tli\l'shjp's beadipg ha~'teached 10 ,9 to starboard from tge initial c6ur~e poft the helm r'O·.

:3.5) When the ship's heading returns to the initial course, the test is-eempleted J.6) 20 0/20· zig-zag test to be carried out assame the raethsd.abeve,

4) Obs~atibn

4, I) Ship'Rspeed by OOPPLER sperm LOG. 4.2) Ship!s headingangle by GYRO COMPASS 4.3) $hafl;R:F;M.

4.4) Wind direction & velocity; weather, sea state and sea depth at thestart of the test 45) Ii'irst overshoot angle" second overshoot angle.

4.6) 4ig-?:ag trifll tp be C9nQUC;te'\i f0t the first vessel ot;ily, bllt the test ciafaachiv¢dfrbm the first vessel to be provid~ for sJ,JPseqJ)ent vessels,

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PROCEDURE OF SEA TRIAL

." ..., - ..

R,BSULT OF ZIG-ZAG TRIAL,

20 c. 120 •. zig-zag

UNIT 10' t 19 " zig-zag

SEA CONDITTON

CHECK TIME

SRADEPrn M

WIND DIRECTION D~g.

WIND SPEED Knot~.

BASE COURSE Deg ..

frITTl~SPEED Knq~

IN1TIAL RPM RPM

FIR.8T OVERSHOOT Deg.

SECOND OVERSHOOT ·Oeg.

--._,_____,_ 1

STB'D ](1

STB'D

PORT 20

PORl' 10

20

'.}<",

..-

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PROCEDURE OF SEA TRIAL

A 8. MAN-OVERBOARD TRIAL

~

(h;t'ship only)

( 1) Purpose

To know ship's turning movement for life Saving.

2) Condiribn

- Baflastdraft condition (Refer to 2. Sea trial. condition)

(31 Meiliod

With the ship initially at least 90 % of'the ship'sspeedoorrssponding; toSS % ofthe maximum engin move the rudder ql.lickly to hard, overstarboard and hold untilship's heading changes to 700 from.initial course.and then move the rudderquickly to hard over

port and USe helm inorder that ship'S heading is opposite to Initial course.

The test is repeated for starboard turning,

(,4) Observation

4.1) Ship'sspeed by DOPPLER SPEED Lo.G. 4.2) Sbip's heading angle by GYRO COMPASS. 4.3) ShaftRP.M.

4.4) Wind direction & 'Velocity,. weather, seastate and sea depth at the start of the test.

4.5) Necessary time for completing the turning test.

4'.6) Man-overboard test to be conducted for the lil'st vessel only, but the test data achived from the first vessel to be provided tor subsequenrvessels.

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PROCEDURE OF SEA TRIAL

HbS~56~B035

.I

RE'SULT bFMAN~OVERBQAlID TRIAL

ItEM UNrt

WEAI1lliR

SEA CONDITION

CHECK TI1'vII2

SEADEPIH M

. WIND DIRECTION Deg,

WIND SPEED Knots

BASH CO.L1RSE Deg,

INrrrAL SPEED Knot.s

INITIAL RPM RPM

TlltllcFOR COMPI.RTTNGTlJRr<r. ... p SEC

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HULL PART

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PROCEDURE OF SEA TRIAL FOR HULL

I REV.

SHIPNO.

6027

Local Vibration Measurement

1. General

1) Thts test procedure is prepared for the vibration measurement in accommodation, engine room of the HND. $027 (37K Class Bulk Carrier).

2) The report on the test results shall be prepared and submitted to owner for reference.

3) Regarding the hull vibreticn, Yard admits only comments confirmed by the measurement during the sea trial,

4) F9r subsequent vessels, the test shall not be performed but the results achieved from the first vessel shall be provided.

2. Measurement condition

1) Vessel's condition: sea trial condition

2) M7E load: NCR

3. Preferable test condition

1) The ship should go ahead straightly as possible. During, the free-route portion of the test The rudder angle should be restricted to about 2 degrees port or starboard.

2) The test should be, conducted in a sea state 3 or less and in a depth of water not less than five times the draught of the ship.

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4, Ship particulars

1) Ship type

: 37;000 DWT Class Bulk Carrier

2) Principal dlrnensron

· L.O.A.

· L.B.P.

· Breadth

· Depth

abt, 186.40 m 178.00 rn 27.80 m 15.60 m

3) Main Engine

· Type

· Output (MeR) (NCR)

: HYUNDAI-B&W 6S46MC-C7

: 7,860 kW x 129.0 RPM : 6,680 kW x 122.2 RPM

4) Propeller

· Type

· No. of blade

· Diameter

: F.P.P. :4EA : 5:6m

· Oneblade passing frequ.ency :8.60 Hz at MeR

· Two blade passing frequency: 17.20: Hz at MeR

5 .. Measurement Instruments

Theequipment and flows for the measurement are as follows:

SENSOR ,- PORTABLE f--- PIC - PRINTER
(ACCELEROMETER) ANALYZER REPORTING Note) Sensor: WILCOXON or DYTRAN Portable Analyzer: Real-Wave or 01-2200

* The above instrument can be replaced with equipment which has same quality, if necessary.

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6. Measur.ing Locations (Refer to the attached drawings)

M~a$lJring Conditi.on Date:
Sea State: Draft(f) m
Wind Speed: Draft(mean) rn
Displaoement; ton Draft(a.) m ._ •••••• 1:11. I -: ,. I_IIIII! •• 1.1,. ••••• 1.11'" _'" II II! "I! __ .••.• II::. 1.1 II! '.

~ Vibration criteria in aceommodatlcn area: IS06954-2000(E) !

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Vibration level I,
(OVerall frequency- Saved
No. Measuring Locations Dir. weighted r:m.s value) Remarks No.
Vel.(mm/s)
1 L
Side wall
2 T Nav, Sri. deck
Whee.1 House Mid-deck
3 (Conning V
position)
4 L
5 Crew A T
6 V
7 C/Engineer's bed room V
8 Pilot V
Cdeck
9 L
10 Captain's. day room T
11 V
12 Crewe V
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13 OWner V
14 Crew J V
15 CrewF V
-
16 L
-- 2nd Engineer's day room
17 T
18 V
3rt! Officer Scleck
19 V
20 Chief officer bed room V
21 L
22 Crew H T
23 V
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No, Measuring Locations Dir. (Overall frequency- Remarks Savecl
weighted r.rn.s value) , No.
., VeJ.(mm/s)
24 L
25 CreW's mess room r
26 V
27 Crew K V
28 L A deck
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29 Officer's day room T
30 V
31 Officer's mess room V
32 Galley V
3.3 L
3A GymnasiLlm T
35 V
36 L Upper deck
37 Ship's office & ballast control T
room
3"8 V
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39 Hospital V
40 l..
41 En.gine control room T E/R 2nd deck
42 V Vibration level Saved
No. Measuring Locations Dir, Freq, Vel. Remarks No.
(Hz) (rrtm/s)
43 2nd deck. in front of PIG V E/R 2nd deck
44 WorKshop V
45 purifier room V
46 31't1 deck in way of V :E/R 3rd deCk
main air reservoir
47 artfdeckin wa,y ofM.L.O. Cooler V
48 L
49 steering gear room T Steering gear
Stern end, center
50 V deck
51 Steering gear roem, mid center V
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Appendix: Vibration crlteria

Area classificat,ion
A B C
- - - - - -. - --
Aco_ Vel. Acc. Vel. Aoe. Vel.
(h1~/S2) (mrn/s) (mm/s2) (mm/s) (mm/s2) mrn/s)
VallJes above which
adV?TS~ comments are 143 4 214 6 ~ 286 8'
ptobable I
Values below which _ .... - .- - 1""- - - -
adverse comments are 71.5 2 107 3 143 4
not prQbc:lble 'I
Note) The zone between upper and lower values reflects the shipboard vibrafion environment commonly
experienced and accepted. Fig.10verall Frequell.cy-weighted R.M.S .. values from 1 Hz to 80 Hz given as, guidelines~ for the habitabili:ty af different areas on a ship (ISo. 6954, 2000E),

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NOISE LEVEL MEASUREMENT PROOCEDURE8 ~___'f-------I DWG NO.

1.GENERAL

2.CONDJTIONSOF MEASUREMENTS 3.MEASUREMENT PROCEDURES

4.MEASURING EQUIPMENT

5.MEASUREMENT POSITIONS

6.NOISE LEVEL LIMITS

7.RECORD OF NOSIE LEVEL MEASUREMENT(FORMAT) a.ALLOCATION OF MEASURING POSlTIONS

NOTE: Noise lE!vel measurement shallbe performed for the first vessel only.

For the subsequence vessels, the results achieved from the first vessel

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COMPANY

NAME

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YARD

(HYUNDA I MIPO OOCKYARQ)

Accommodation OeSignOep't

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1. General

1) During official sea trial, measurement of noise levers in all spaces speCified allocationot measuring positions in plan drawing shall be carried out under the operating conditions here in after

2) Measured noise levels shall be recorded and submitted to the shipowner and other parties concerned. so that a copy of the report shall OS carried cnboard.

3) Where the measured noise level in machinery spaces (or other spaces): is greater than 85dB(A),Warning notice shall be displayed at entrances to such spaces in order to inform use of ear protector provldedonboard by ship owner.

2. Conditions of measurements

Measurements shall be taken with the ship in the sea trial condition as follows.

1) The main propulsion machinery shall be run at normal continuous rating.

Contrnllable pitch and Veith-Schneider propellers, if any, shall be In the normal seagoing position.

2) Other auxiliary machinery, navigation instruments, etc. shall be operated throughout the measurement period as required for normal sea going condition

during sea trial'. ~, ., -" ' ",. '--- ~'~."';

3) mechanical ventilation and air conditioning equipment shall be in normal operatton.takirq into account that the capacity is in accordance with the design conditions.

4) Door and windowsshell be closed.

5) Spaces shall be furnished with aJi necessary equipment.

Measurements without soft furnishings may be made but no allowance shall be made for their absence,

6) For the spaces containing emergency diesel engine driven generators, fire pumps or other emergency equipment that would normally be run only in emergency, or for test purposes, measurements shall betaken with such equipment operating. However, adJpining spaces need not be measured with such equipment operating.

7) The depth of water under the ship's keel and the prssenee of" large reflecting surfaoes in the ship's vicinity may affect the readings obtained, and shall" therefore be noted in the noise survey report.

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8) The meteorological conditions such as wind and rain, as well as sea state, shall be such th.at,they do not influence the measurements. Wind force 4 and sea states should not be exceeded. lfthls cannot be achieved the actual conditions shall be reported.

3. Measurement procedures

1) During noise level measurements) only those persons necessary for the operation of the ship and those persons taking the measurements shall be present in the space concerned.

2) The sound level meter shall be calibrated wlthtbe calibrator before and after measurements are taken. The batteries shall be also checked immediately before each period of use.

3) In general; the microphone shall be located with its direction of greatest sensitivity towards the noise source. In spaces which do not contain predominant noise sources, the microphone shall be pointed upwards.

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4) Sound pressure level readings shall be taken hi decibels using .an .A-wei"ghting

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5) The meter shall be set to "slow" response and the readings made only to the nearest decibel. A measuring time of atlsast 5 seconds shall be allowed.

If a meter fluctuates in level within a range of no more than 5 dEeM maximum to minimum, an estimate of the level shall be made by averaging with eye.

6) If the range fluctuatlcns are in ~XG6ss of 5dB(A), or the sound is cyclic, Irregular or intermittent in operation, an inle'grating meter shall be used set to A-weighting. Integration shall be made over a period of at least 30 seconds ..

7) At positions of high noise level, spot checks shall be made with the meter set to "fast" response if considered necessary to ensure the safety of a person taking measurements.

8) In accommodation spaces where the dB(A) limits are exceeded and where there is a subjectively annoying low frequency sound or obvlous tonal components, the ISO noise rating{NR) number shall be determined by octave bands analysis taking measurements in octave bands between 31.5 and 8000Hz.

The limits specified can be considered as satisfied if the ISO noise raUng(NR) number dose not numericafly exceed the speclflde A-weighted value(dB-(A» minus 5 .

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9) In machinery spaces(not continuously manned) where the operation of any equipment of rnachlnery or part of machlnsry results in an emission of subjectively hi,gh frequency sound, the ISO noise rating (NR) number shall be also determined by octave band analysis as attached table for noise rating number for octave band analysis if the sound level of 105 dB(A) is exceeded.

10) A microphone wind screen shall be used when taking readif),gs outside e.,g, on navigati'ng bridge wind or on deck, and below deck where there is any substantial air movements. The wind screen should not affect the measurement level of similar sounds by more than O.5dB(A} in "'no wind" condition.

4. Measuring equlprnent

The following equipments shaH be used throughout the measurements.

1) Precision integrating sound level meter

Manufacture : Bruel & Kjer (Denrnark)

Manufacturer's type No : 2236 .

Manufacturer's serial No: 2100513 or 2278402 Standard .': I.E.C. 651-:1979 type 1

.:C=:CO':"'.'.' - .... : I.E.G .. 804-1985 type 1

2} Measurement microphone Manufacturer: BrueJ& Kj'er (Denmark) Manufacturer's type No. : 4188

Manufacturer's serial No : 2051754 or 2250306

3) Cahbrator

Manufacturer : Bruel & Kjer (Denmark)

, Manufacturer's type No. : 4231

Manufacturer's serial No : 2095407 or 2292616

Accuracy .: ±O.20dB(A)

4) Microphone wind screen Manufacturer's type No. : UA 0237

Manufacturer : bruel & Kjer (Denmark)

5, Measurement positions

e In general, measurements shall be performed with the microphone at a height

~ of between 1.2m and 1.6m from the deck. Unless specifically required.tna

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g machinery,. or decks, bulkheads, or other major surfacea.or from air inlets,

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.( where such positions are sorted by space definitiolilCategorization as follows.

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(1). Measurements. shall be made at representative positions per each deck level, inengjne room to upper deck. The representative measuring posltlons shall include the positions of the maximum sound pressure level and Cover the following positions.

- Machirlery spaces throughout engine room, which are to be considered intermittently (not continuously) mannde, if control roam is provided. Accordingly, these spaces are to be considered as continuously manned jf control room is, not provided.

- Machinery rooms withln engine room, e.g. fan rooms, refrIgerating machinery room, purifier rooms, etc, (to be considered as not continuously manned machinery spaces).

- Main engine maneuvering stand or similar, if any,

- Work spaces other than enclosed workshop, normally being visited during routine inspection, adjustment and maintenance,

- Normally used access routes.

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Separate measurements shall be carried aut and the mechanical vennlatlon for ern'cy shall be Closed during noise level measurements.

(3) Enclosed workshop in engine room

: Separate measurements shall be carried out,

(4) Addltlonalmeasurernents shall be carried out at any specific positions where sound pressure levels vary 'Significantly from the representative positions.

(5) When me-asuring noise levels at the intake and exhaust of engines and near ventilation, air conditioning and cooler systems, the microphone Sh~II, where possible, be placed outside the gas stream at distance of trn from the edge of the intake or exhaust opening and at a 3(f angle away from the direction

of the gas stream and as far as possible from refleotinq surfaces.

2) N~vi@ation spaces

(1) Wheel house or roofed bridge

: Measurements shall be taken with all auxiliary equipment such as radar, echosounder, window wlper & dear viaw screen, etc. in operation. However,audible signaJs, telephone or similar need not be taken .consideration.

Wea.ther side doors or and windows shall be closed and the lee side door and windows first open and th-an closed.

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: Measurements shall betaken 011 both navigation bridge wings at the normal control position but shall only be taken when the navigating wing to be measured on the lee side ·of the ship.

In case of roofed bridges, .a reading shall be taken at the corner polnt of an open side window.

(3.) Accommodation spaces

(1) In ,general, one measurement shall be made in the middle of the following space - CabIns a,nd hospital

- Offices, mess room-and recreation rooms

- Open recreation areas

(2) The microphone should be moved slowly horizontally and/or vertically' over a. distance of 1.0m and the mean reading recorded.

(3) An additional measurement shall be performed at other point of maximum sound pressure level, which may vary greater than tOdB(A) within the room. especially near the head positions of a sitting, or lying person.

(4) Service spaces.

:(1) Galley: Measurements shall be taken wi.thout feed processing equipment

operatino.:' -" ~~. . .,. - "

(5) Normally unoccupied spaces

'(1) In order to avoid an urmecessarlly large number- of measurements and recordlnqs, noise levels need not be recorded for the following space normally unoccupied, if such spaces are remote from sources of noise and where a rough check shows that the noise levels are well below the limit.

- M~chinery spaces outs-ide engine room.

- Cargo holds, deck areas and non-specified work spaces.

~ Defined work station within the above mentioned spaces. - Other non-occupied spaces ..

(2) Accordingly, measurements shall be made in locations with unusually high noise levels where crew may be exposed, even for relatively short periods and at intermittently used machlnerylccsnons.

(3) Readings shaU not normally be taken closer than 1 M from operating machinery which constitutes a sound source, or from decks, bulkheads or other large surfaces, 'or from air inlets/outlets. Where this is not possible, measurement shall be taken at a position midway between the machinery and adjaoent reflecting surface.

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(4) Measurement shall be made, In the center of each room andat a height of 12m to 1 .6m above the deck, platform or walkway. Measurements shall also be at the posltlon of maximum sound level'.

6. Noise level limits

Limits for noise levels are specified for various spaces as follows.

(1) Work space

-'Machinery sp8ce(oonlinuously manned)

- Machinery space(not continuously manned)

- Machinery control rooms

.. Non-specified work space

(2) Navigation spaces

- Navigating bridge and chartrcoms

- Ustenir'lg post. incl.uding navigating bridge wings and windows

- Radio rooms (with. radio equipment operating but

not producing audio slanals) .

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- Radar room:?::-'" -;"""",, -,

(3) Accommodation spaces - Cabin and hospital

- Mess rooms

- Recreation rooms

- Open recreation areas

- Offices

(4) Service spaces

- Galleys, without food processing equipment operating

- Services and pantries

(5) Normally unoccupied spaces - Space. not specified

dB(A)
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110.
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70
60
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* Table for noise number for octave band analysts,

,Qcta.v_a band: sou,no pressure levels (dB)
NR Center frequencies (Hz) Rem.ark
31,5 ,63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 8000
o 55.4 35.5 22.0 12~O 4.8 0 -3.5 --,6.1 -8.0
5 58.8 39.4 26.3 16,;6 9.7 5 +1.6 -1.0 -2.8
10 '02.2 43.4 30.7 2:1.3 14.5 10 6.6 +4.2 +2.3
15 65.6 47.3 35.0 25;-9 1§1.4 15 11.7 9.3 7.4
20 69.0 51_.3 39.4 30.6: 24.3 20 16.8 14.4 12.6'
25 72.4 5,5.2 43.7 35.2 29.2 25 21.9 t9.5 17.7
30 7.5.8 5H.2 48.1 39.9 34.0 30 26:9 24-7 22,.9
35 79.2 6$.1 52.4 44.5 38,9 35 32.0 29.8 28:.0
40 82.6 67.-1 56~8 49.2 43.8 40 37.1 34,9 33.2
45 86.0 71;0 61.1 53.6 48.6 45 42.2 40.0' 38.3,
50 89.4 75.0 65$ 58-.5 53.5 50 47.2 45,2 43.5
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60 96.3 82 .. 9' 74.2 67.8 6.3.2 60 57.4 55.4 53.8
65 ,99.7 86.8 78 .. 5 72,4 68.1 65 62.5 60.5 59.8
70 103.t 90;8 82.9 77.1 73.0 70 67;'5 65.7 64.1
75 106.5 94.7 87.2 81'.7 77.9 75 72.6 70,:8 69.2
80 10Q.9 98.7 91.6 86.4, 82.7 a'O 77.7 15..9 74A
85 113.3 102.6 95.9 91.0 87,6 85 82.8 8·1 :0 79.$
90 116.7 106.6 100.~3 95.7 '92.5 90 87.8 86.2 84.7 ~
95 120.1 110.q 104.6 100.3 97,3 9'5 92.9 91.3 8.9.8 100 123 .. 5 1'14.5 109.0 105.0 102.2 100 ,98 96.4 95.0 105 126.9.118.4 113.3 109.6 107.1 100 103 .. 1 10L5100,1 110 130,3 122.4 117.7 114.3111 . .9 110 108.1 10'6.7105.3 115 133.7 126:3 122.0 118.9116.8 115 113.2 111.8 11 0.4

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125 140\5 ,134.2 1.30 .. 7128.2 12!lL6 125 12304 122.0120.7 130 143'.9 13.8.2135.1132.9 131.4 130 12.8.4 127.2125.9

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SPACE NOISE LEVEL dB(A)
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ROOM NAME
NO. BASE GRACE MEASURED REFERENCE)
1 FLOOR MAIN ENGINE SIDE 110 115
2 3RD MAIN ENGINE SIDE 110 115

3 2ND MAIN, ENGINE SIDE 110 115
4 2ND ENGINE CONTROL ROOM 75 20

5 UPPER 102 GYMNASIUM 65 10
6 UPPER 113 HOSPITAL 60 65

7 A 201 :GREW'S MESS ROOM 65 70
8 A '204 CREWK 60 65
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10 A 211 ~ ."'_;' ,GALLEY .. 75 80
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