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Important rules for cargo operation
Adjusting system pressure
Set the system pressure to approximately 20 bar above the highest consumer (hydraulic motor).

Purge cofferdam according to operation manual for cargo pumps. Record the purging results in the Framo purging form.

Loading
Start loading slowly to avoid pressure peaks in the cargo line.

Pumping

in parallel

Ashore

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It is recommended to run as many pumps in parallel as practical at a reduced hydraulic pressure, rather than a few pumps at maximum hydraulic pressure. NOTE! 2 pumps at 100% capacity is the same as 4 pumps at 50%. End of discharging Reduce pumping capacity at end of discharge to avoid hunting and dry-running.

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Stripping

Back pressure

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See technical

data.

Run pump at approximately 80 - 100 bar. Strip against the lowest possible back-pressure. Empty deck line improves stripping result.

Remember to stop the power packs, when the cargo pumps have been stopped.

Stripping

Pump

start

Always start the cargo pumps with closed discharge valve. Avoid backflow/overpumping by increasing the cargo discharge pressure above manifold pressure before opening the discharge valve.

Manifold pressure r;

Tank cleaning
Discharge pressure

Keep sufficient water level to avoid loss of suction (hunting/dry-running). Water flow in/out to be equal.
Avoid dry running

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NORMAL OPERATION

Start/stop of power packs
BEFORE STARTING THE MAIN POWER PACKS

Once the system is completed and the ship is in service, the hydraulicsystem should always be kept pressurized by running one of the feed pumps in lowspeed when main power packs are not running. The reason for this is to avoid the hydral system being contaminated by cargo through shaft seals on submerged cargo pumps or by sea- or freshwater through hydraulic oil cooler. In addition, this willgi a continuous air venting and cleaning/filtration of the hydraulic oil. The followingare to be checked before starting the main power packs: ' / That the cooling pump for hydraulic oil cooler is running. That the cooling fan for power packs is running.
That necessary numbers of generators are running. That the potentiometer for system pressure is in minimum position.
That the speed control valve for all consumers That the cargo pump's cofferdam is purged. are in dosed position.

5.1.2 Note!
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Start the main power packs.

Never run hydraulic pumps with pressure below 50 bar (impossible if the system adjustment is correct).
Set the main hydraulic pressure to approximately 15 bar above the highest consumer (hydraulic motor) if hydraulic oil temperature is above 20°C.

5.1.3

Note!

If the main hydraulic pressure is always set to maximum, or excessively higher than consumer (hydraulic motor), energy for the difference between main pressure and the consumer pressure will change into heat. Loss of energy means waste of fuel.

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COLD STARTING
If the oil temperature is below 20°C, circulate the oil (through the heating and venting valve installed in the system) for heating with only one power pack running according to Fig. 1.

Operation

temperature for Framo systems

(Based upon hydraulic oil viscosity ISO VG46 according to ISO 3448)

Hydraulic oil temp. (°C) 70 60 55 50 40
30 /

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20 10 0 - 5 - 10 - 20 - 30 - Limited operation. System to be heated. - Hydraulic pressure approximately 100 bar.

Limited operation. System to be heated. - Hydraulic pressure approximately 60 bar.
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Note!

Reduce

the hydraulic

system

pressure

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main power packs. cooling water pump and fan. excessive generator sets. feed pump and restart in low speed.
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Pressurizing

system when not in operation

If by accident cargo should leak into the hydraulic oil system when the power packs are stopped, the mixture of oil and cargo would ruin the plant. To prevent this, the hydraulic oil pressure must always be higher than the cargo static pressure. When the hydraulic system is not in operation, one of the feed pumps will keep a hydraulic pressure of approximately 4 bar.

Note!

One of the feed open.

pumps must always be running in low speed and all valves in
and other consumers must be

main return line and in front of all cargo pumps

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Emergency stop - Start-up after service
EMERGENCY STOP

It is important that emergency stop buttons are used in emergency only and not for operational stop of the system. An emergency stop stresses the system, and should be avoided: Emergency stop buttons should be activated when the following conditions occur: Damage on hydraulic pressure pipes or hoses that leads to leakage. Critical pressure pulsation in system (hunting). Critical vibration on power. packs. Damage on cargo lines. .

The following conditions lead to shut-down of the system: Low low oil level in tank. Closed valve in return line. Low feed pressure. Feed pump failure when running in high speed.
After a shut-down the error must be located and repaired before restart. For restart: Reset system. Refill oil if necessary in accordance with normal procedures. Vent the system thoroughly and start up in accordance with normal procedures.

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START-UP AFTER SERVICE After service follow the same routines as described above and in separate instructions in section 8 for the component and/or part of system that has been serviced.

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This means that if a cargo pump has been serviced, the system must be started up as a first time start-up of the cargo pump. Ifthe hydraulic system has been opened, it is crucial that the system is vented and that the procedure for fillingand venting is followed. 5.4
5.4.1

Manual override
In case of failure to the control system, a manual override panel is located inside the control cabinet. This panel to be used in a criticalsituation only. Severe damage to equipment or in worst case personnel injuries may take place by improper use. This function is accessed by use of key switches/pulse switches on the manual override panel. Acceptance to be given by authorized personnel before using the manual override function. After operation, the failure causing use of this mode to be "-"" corrected before further operation of the system. Two modes are incorporated: Mode 1 can be used when malfunctionof a sensoror looseterminationetc. causes automaticshut downof hydraulicsystem.
Examples: Sensor on oil tank is indicating shutdown level, and it has been verified that actualleve! is within normal limits. A limit switch is indicating closed valve and it has been verified that valve is fully open. The system will be automatic reset to normal mode one hour after an override
function has been activated without starting any power pack, and automatic

reset.

after stopping all power packs after operation. Hence, operator must reinitiate manual override mode before restarting the system in this mode. Additionally it is possible to reset manually by activating the reset button for 5 seconds, but only when the power packs are not running. Mode 2 can be used in case of failure to the PLC (Programmable Logic Control). Note that this mode disables the entire control system except emergency stop buttons. The system will follow the mode (normal or manual override) given by position of key switch.

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CHECK LIST Checks to be performed before operation and during manual override operation at regular intervals.

5.4.2.1

Mode

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Overridden function to be watched carefully. In other words, when for example the oil level shut down function is overridden, the tank level to be watched

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Mode 2:
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Visual inspection of hydraulic oil level on system tank.

Visual inspection of position of critical valves, i.e. before oil cooler and after filtE local service valves for power packs in operation. Verification of cooling water supply and hydraulic oil temperature. Verification of feed pressure by means of manometer.

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After trouble shooting and identification of failure, decision is to be made whether tl use Mode 1 or Mode 2. 5.4.3.1

Mode 1:

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Operate the pulse switch corresponding to function that must be overridden. Note that shutdown function must be present before selecting is possible, exce for "system pressure command limitation".

Shut-down indicating lamp for selected function willstart flashing and manual overridelamp will be steadily lit.

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Start and operate the system including consumers according to normal procedure.
After operation, the failure causing use of manual override mode to be correcte immediately to avoid unnecessary use of this mode.

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Mode 2:

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Open the door to control cabinet for access to manual override panel.

Operate the key switch activating Mode 2. Manual override lamp will be steadily lit.
Disengage hydraulic pumps by means of dip switch on manual override panel. Start one of the feed pumps locally on starter in high speed. Start required number of power packs locally on starters. Engage hydraulic pumps by means of dip switch on manual override panel.

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. Set desired system pressure by means of potentiometer on control panel.
Operate consumers.

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If necessary to start more power packs, first reduce system pressure. After operation, the failure causing use of manual override mode to be corrected immediately to avoid unnecessary use of this mode. PLC failure must be reported to Frank Mohn Services immediately. To override system pressure control, if problems with proportional valve, close valve in front of the proportional valve. This will set the proportional valve out of function and full system pressure will be obtained.

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Manual override of pressure controlvalve
If system pressure control valve is malfunctioning, do the following steps:

" Adjust system pressure relief valve to minimum (turn CCW). " Close manual override valve. " Increase pressure with system pressure relief valve (turn CW). " Remember to readjust system pressure relief valve according to adjustment procedure for A4V systems, when going back to normal operation.

Contact Frank Mohn Services for an immediate service assistance to correct the problem.

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HEATING

OPERATIONAL ADVICE.

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Heatingbymeansofdeckmounted heatexchangers andforcedcirculation by FRAMO submerged cargopumps.

Advantages
. Smallheating surface - Highefficiency . Easymaintenance

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Goodmixingof hotI cold cargoin tank

. "Clean"tanksurface - Easytankwashing

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DEAR FRAMO CUSTOMER -

SYSTEM ADVANTAGESOMPAREDOCOILS C T INTANK "Clean"anksurface easytankwashing. t -

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Easyregulationof temperaturein eachtank.

HEATING REQUIREMENTS INGENERAL
Mostsystemsaredesignedfor heatingof HFOfrom44° C to 66° C in 96 hours,ambienttemperatureof air 2° C andsea5° C. Veryfew cargoesrequireheatingfor the only purposeof becoming"pumpable".However,on a tanker wherepumpsare'situatedin a pumproom,viscouscargocreateshighfrictionlossthroughthe suction lines,and heating(reducingviscosity)is requiredto overcomethis problem. The FRAMOpumpis submergedin the cargo,so suchproblemsare avoided.Ratherviscouscargo canbe pumped,althoughat reducedcapacity.Heatingcanthereforebe limitedto the extentrequested by receiver,or to thosefew cargoes,whichare not "pumpable"in cold condition

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HEATING ISEXPENSIVE, SOTHESAVINGS ACHIEVED BYFASTER UNLOADINGYREDUCING B
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VISCOSITY, FAR ARE LESS THAN MONEYPENT NHEATING. THE S O
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OPERATIONFTHEHEATING O SYSTEM

FRAMO

MINIMISE EATING H DURING VOYAGE SAVEENERGY. Heatlossis basicallyproportionalo the temperaturedifferencebetweencargoand ambientair I sea. t Permitdrop in temperatureat beginningof thevoyageeitherby no heatingor useex~austgas boiler only,andthenraisetelTJperature duetime priorto arrivalat portI discharging.Whenno heat is being in
introduced to the cargo, the drop in temperature will be 1 - 2° C per day (24 h) only. Most heating

systemsaredesignedto raisetemperatureby 5 - 6° C per day. (Referdata in ttie FRAMOInstruction Manual). The diagrambelowis showingtwo differentheatingprocedures.Cargois receivedon boardat 44° C, deliveredat 66° C, sailingtime 21 days.

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Assumingthe diagramrefersto a 40.000tdw productcarrier,heatingaccordingto proposedprocedure givesa savingof morethan 100tons of fuel comparedwiththe procedureindicatedby the dottedline.

RUNTHEHYDR. YSTEM S ECONOMICAllY DURING CARGO CIRCULATION. Running cargopumps forcirculation through heaters require hydr.pressure 40- 60bar.Many of vessels areequipped ith"lowpressure" ower w p packsforthispurpose, utif the"main"power b packsto beused, ake m surethatsystem pressure issetto correct alue. v '-'

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DONOTCOMBINE HEATING ANDDISCHARGING. Asmentioned, thecargotemp. illdropby 1-2 0 C perdayonlywithout eating, othetemp.drop w h s
duringunloadingtime of a tank is neglectible. topheatingandclosevalveson "heatingline",otherwise S mostof the cargowill passthroughheaterand intotank again.

SPECIAL CARE WITHSENSITIVE ARGOES C
Whileoil productslike HFO,etc. maywithstandratherhightemperatureof heatingmedium,cargoeslike edibleoils andvegetableoils mightbe damagedby hightemperature. Checkavailabledataof max. recommended temp.of both heatingmediumand cargo. If anydoubt. contactFMAS.

Notethatascargoispassing theheating surface highvelocity,hetemperaturef heating at t o medium canbekepthigherhanin coilsintank. t START STOP I OFHEATING Toavoid"overheating", neverheatwithout orrect argoflowthrough c c heater. START CARGO PUMP BEFORE VALVE FORHEATING MEDIUM ISOPENED. SHUT OFFHEATING MEDIUM BEFORE PUMP ISSTOPPED. CLEANING OFHEATERS Theheaters arefittedwithconnections forsteam cleaning. Washing waterusedfortankcleaning can
alsobe pumpedthroughheater,however:Do IlQ1 useseawaterfor cleaningof,FRAMO BENDEK I heaterbecausestainlessmaterialis verysensitiveto chloridecorrosionat temperaturesabove600C.

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Drainheater roperly p afterwards.
Foranyfurtherinformation- pleasecontactone of FM Servicestations.

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6. PERFORMANCE CURVES
A capacity diagram shows the relationShip between capacity, head. speed. hydropressure. efficiency etc. for a certain type of pump. Normally our diagrams show head. speed and hydropressure operating at the hydr. motor in the pumps as a function of the water capacity. (Refer diagrams 258-47-4) and 277-1-4 at the end of chapter 6).
6.1. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A POSITIVE PUMP, AND A CENTRIFUGAL PUMP. 6.2. THE USE OF THE CAPACITY DIAGRAM AND THE CORRECTION CHART FOR LIQUIDS WITH HIGH VISCOCITY (drg. 101-101-2).

The difference between a positive pump (screw pump, piston pump) and a centrifugal pump is shown in d iagram 6.1. A and 6.1. B. As shown in fig. 6.1A the capacity of a positive pump is almost constant and independent of the head. The decrease in capacity is very small when the back pressure rises. and this is due to small internal leakages in the pump itself. When looking at fig. 6.1. B. it is seen that the capacity of a centrifugal pump varies very much with the head. If the head is very low (when pumping justover the rail for example) the capacity is large. But if the head is very high. the capacity reaches zero.

A capacity diagram shows pumping capacity against discharge head and the corresponding hydr pressure The diagram is based on water pumping (sP. g. 1.0). When liquids with other sp. g. and/or viscosities shall be pumped. the data on the diagram must be correct according to the correction charg. drg. no 101-101-2. To illustrate the use of the capacity diagram see the diagram in fig. 6.2. which is an example chosen at random.

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CAPACITY ~ FIG.6.1.8. CENTRIFUGAL PUMP

FIG 6.1A POSITIVE PUMP

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PUMPS IN

If running two identical centrifugal pumps in parallel (ie. on common cargo line) one should believe that the capacity would be.twice as much as for one pump. and if running three pumps the capacity would be three times greater than for one pump and so on, as indicated in diagram 6.3.A.
But this is not really true. The reason is that pressure losses in the cargo line. which is a function of the capacity, is added to the static head (i.e. the height between the ship and the cargo tanks ashore) as shown in diagr. 6.3. B.

Diagr 6.3. B. will do if the pumps are running at the same speed and if the oillevel in the cargo tanks are almost the same. But if one pump is working under worse conditions than the other ones you will have a situation as indicated in diagram 6.3.C As you will see the increase in the total capacity is less for each pump you connect to the common line than shown in fig. 6.3.A. If you connect many pumps to the line. the profit for the last ones will be almost zero.

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As you will see. the pump that are running at redused speed (the 4. pump) is not able to pump any cargo into the cargo line at all. The max. head (at zero capacity) for this pump is less than back pressure in the cargo line. and the three other pumps will pump some cargo into the cargo tank where the 4.th pump is situated. FIG.6.3.C.

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