Ships

Download Design and Construction Specification for Marine Loading by Oil Companies International Marine Forum PDF

By Oil Companies International Marine Forum

Loading fingers are more and more being bought for targeted functions requiring exact and thorough necessities and substantial engineering evaluation. hence they need to now not be thought of only as prefabricated undefined. the individuality of every loading arm program is mirrored within the variability and complexity of working envelopes, items transferred, simultaneous provider requisites, manifold spacing, jetty and piping layouts, arm kinds, environmental loadings, auxiliary and so forth. these kinds of variables have to be thought of throughout the layout foundation level and be thoroughly provided within the ultimate loading arm specification.

Show description

Read or Download Design and Construction Specification for Marine Loading Arms PDF

Similar ships books

The 32-Gun Frigate Essex (Anatomy of the Ship)

This is often the most effective Anatomy of the send books. It offers info on American crusing frigate's which extra special books fail to remember. it's an exceptional advent to the USA army of the conflict of 1812. For British readers it's a well timed reminder that HMS Shannon used to be now not the one profitable Royal military Frigate of the battle of 1812.

Managing 12 Volts: How to Upgrade, Operate, and Troubleshoot 12 Volt Electrical Systems

Tips to improve, function and troubleshoot 12-volt structures with emphasis on figuring out what will be unsuitable with a procedure and the way to enhance it with a multi-stage charging process. very good diagrams, transparent, concise writing.

The Supercarriers: The Forrestal and Kitty Hawk Class

The Supercarriers is a complete old evaluate with vast photographs, maps, drawings, and operational aspect, together with all air-wing deployments. It covers all the Forrestal classification supercarriers and the follow-on ships, that are essentially of an identical layout. The publication is seriously illustrated with over 100 illustrations and maps protecting the Western Pacific, Vietnam, Mediterranean, center East, Indian Ocean, and Caribbean.

Extra resources for Design and Construction Specification for Marine Loading Arms

Example text

5 one ERS of each size specified shall be tested for release performance under the following conditions, the test shall be performed three times . in all tests the ERC shall release immediately upon activation. The test conditions which shall be applied simultaneously are: a. design temperature (minimum design temperature for liquefied gases). b. LCA c. 6. 6 for liquefied gas service , test shall be carried out at the minimum design temperature on ERS valves of each type, size and material specified.

4 for 18/8 and 9%Ni steels potable water shall be used for testing. 5 during testing , the arm should be restrained if required for personal safety. 2 normal temperature service (above 0℃) a complete hydrostatic test shall be performed at site with the arm fully assembled in the hydrostatic test position , when the test pressure shall be maintained for not less than 30 minutes. 3 low temperature service (0℃ or lower) after the hydrostatic test at the vendor’s works, all sub-assemblies shall be dried.

Test conditions shall be maintained for at least 30 minutes. 5 one ERS of each size specified shall be tested for release performance under the following conditions, the test shall be performed three times . in all tests the ERC shall release immediately upon activation. The test conditions which shall be applied simultaneously are: a. design temperature (minimum design temperature for liquefied gases). b. LCA c. 6. 6 for liquefied gas service , test shall be carried out at the minimum design temperature on ERS valves of each type, size and material specified.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.83 of 5 – based on 30 votes