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LNG Methane Nile Eagle Manuals ( BRIDGE+CARGO+MACHINERY).pdf


Year: 2006
Language: english
Author: SAMSUNG (SHI), ermo83
Genre: Documentation
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Additional info: LNG, STEAM TURBINE
Part 1: Ship Performance
1.1 Principa l Data
Ship’s Name: Methane Nile Eagle
Flag: Bermuda
Port of Registration: Hamilton
Call Sign: ZCDR8
Official Number: 737895
IMO Number: 9321770
Inmarsat F Voice 1. 764595939
Inmarsat F Data 764595941
MMSI No. 310499000
Inmarsat C (1): 431049910
Inmarsat C (2): 431049911
E-mail: nil@cereslng.com
Date Keel Laid: 28th March 2005
Delivered: 7th April 2006
Class Notation: American Bureau of Shipping
A1 liquified gas carrier ship
type 2G (methane tanks, maximum
vapour pressure 2.50 kPa minimum
temperature -163°C specific gravity
500 kg/m3), SH,FL(40), SH-DLA,
SHCM, SFA(40), HM2+R, AMS,
NIBS, ACCU, UWILD, PMS
including CMS
Operator: Ceres LNG Services Ltd.
Yard: Samsung Heavy Industries Co. Ltd.
Yard Number: HN1553
1.1.1 Dimensions
Length Overall: 283.062 m
Length BP: 270.00 m
Moulded Breadth: 43.40 m
Moulded Depth: 26.00 m
Summer Draught: 12.025 m
Summer Displacement: 108,586.3mt
Summer Deadweight: 79,046.2mt
TPC at Summer Draught: 101.5mt
FWA: 0.268 m
Lightship Displacement: 29,540.1mt
Air Draught 50.0 m (top mast down)
Keel to Top of Mast: 55.4 m
Tonnages:
Net Registered: 28,726
Gross Tonnage: 95,753
Suez Canal Net: 86,082.93
Suez Canal Gross: 99,138.45

Contents

Section 1: Ship Performance
1.1 Principal Data
1.1.1 Dimensions
1.1.2 Tank and Capacity Plan
Illustrations
1.1a General Arrangement
1.1b General Arrangement - Upper Deck
1.1c General Arrangement - A Deck
1.1d General Arrangement - B Deck
1.1e General Arrangement - C Deck
1.1f General Arrangement - D Deck
1.1g General Arrangement - Navigation/Bridge Deck
1.1.2a Tank Location Plan
1.2 S hip Handling
1.2.1 General Information
1.2.2 Turning Circles
1.2.3 Crash Stop Astern
1.2.4 Williamson Turn
1.2.4 Visibility
Illustrations
1.2.2a Turning Circles
1.2.3a Crash Stop Astern at Full MCR
1.2.3b Crash Stop Astern at Harbour Full
1.2.4a Williamson Turn at MCR
1.2.4b Williamson Turn at Harbour Full
1.2.5a Visibility Diagrams
1.3 Performance Data
1.3.1 Speed/Power Data
1.3.2 Equipment Test Data
Illustrations
1.3.2a Steering Gear Test Results
1.3.2b Auxiliary Equipment Test Results
Section 2: Bridge Equipment and Operation
2.1 Bridge Layout and Equipment
Illustrations
2.1a Bridge Layout
2.2 Radars and ECDIS
2.2.1 Conning Display
2.2.2 Radars
2.2.3 Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS)
Illustrations
2.2.1a Conning Display
2.2.2a Radar Display and Control Panel
2.2.2b Radar Display Detail
2.2.2c Menu Tree (Part 1)
2.2.2d Menu Tree (Part 2)
2.2.3a ECDIS Screen and Control Head
2.2.3b Dialog Box Activation
2.3 Autopilot System
2.3.1 Steering Control Stand
2.3.2 Gyrocompass
2.3.3 Autopilot
2.3.4 Steering Procedures
2.3.5 Magnetic Compass
2.3.6 Rudder Angle Indicators
Illustrations
2.3.1a Steering Stand and Peripherals
2.3.2a Gyrocompass System
2.3.2b Gyrocompass Operation and Interface Units
2.3.2c Gyrocompass Interface Unit
2.3.3a Autopilot System Interface Unit
2.3.3b Autopilot Display and Control Panel
2.3.4a Steering Mode Selector Switches
2.3.6a Rudder Angle Indicators
2.4 Engine Controls
2.4.1 Main Engine Manoeuvring Control
2.4.2 Main Engine Control Procedures
2.4.3 Bow Thruster
Illustrations
2.4.1a Main Engine Bridge Controls
2.4.3a Bow Thruster System
2.4.3b Bow Thruster Control Panel
2.5 Bridge Equipment and Operation
2.5.1 Speed Log System
2.5.2 Loran C
2.5.3 Global Positioning System Navigator
2.5.4 Anemometer
2.5.5 Weather Facsimile Receiver
2.5.6 Echo Sounder
2.5.7 Watch Alarm System
2.5.8 Automatic Identification System (AIS)
2.5.9 Voyage Data Recorder
2.5.10 Master Clock System
Illustrations
2.5.1a Speed Log System
2.5.1b Nav Data Mode Display
2.5.1c Main Display and Operation Panel
2.5.1d Speed Data Mode Display
2.5.1e Berthing Mode Display
2.5.2a Loran C
2.5.3a DGPS Front Panel
2.5.4a Wind Indicating System
2.5.5a Weather Facsimile Receiver
2.5.6a Echo Sounder System
2.5.6b Echo Sounder Equipment
2.5.7a Watch Call Panels
2.5.7b Flow Chart for Dead Man System
2.5.8a Automatic Identification System
2.5.8b Automatic Identification System Screen Displays
2.5.8c Automatic Identification System Menu Tree
2.5.9a Voyage Data Recorder System
2.5.10a Master Clock Control Panel
2.6 Communications Systems
2.6.1 GMDSS
2.6.2 VHF Transceiver System
2.6.3 MF/HF Transceiver System
2.6.4 Inmarsat F System
2.6.5 Inmarsat C System
2.6.6 UHF Radiotelephone
2.6.7 VHF Emergency Hand Held Radios
2.6.8 EPIRB and SART
2.6.9 NAVTEX Receiver
2.6.10 Distress Message Controller (DMC)
2.6.11 Inmarsat Mini M System
Illustrations
2.6.1a GMDSS
2.6.1b GMDSS Distress Reactions
2.6.1c GMDSS Equipment
2.6.2a VHF Control Panel
2.6.3a SSB Radiotelephone and MF/HF DSC
Transceiver Control Panels
2.6.4a Inmarsat F System
2.6.6a UHF Radio Base Stations
2.6.6b UHF Hand Held Radiotelephone
2.6.7a GMDSS VHF Emergency Hand Held Emergency Radio
and Menu Flow Chart
2.6.8a EPIRB
2.6.8b Search and Rescue Transponder (SART)
2.6.9a NAVTEX Receiver
2.6.10a Distress Message Controller - Control Panel
2.7 Internal Communications
2.7.1 Automatic Telephone System
2.7.2 Intrinsically Safe Sound Powered Telephone System
2.7.3 Public Address System
2.7.4 Deck and Machinery Talkback System
Illustrations
2.7.1a Accommodation Handset
2.7.2a Intrinsically Safe Sound Powered Telephone System
2.7.3a Public Address and General Alarm System
2.7.4a Deck Talkback System
2.7.4a Machinery Talkback System
2.8 L ighting and Warning Systems
2.8.1 Navigation Lights
2.8.2 Deck Lighting
2.8.3 Whistle System
2.8.4 Fog Bell and Gong System
2.8.5 Sound Reception System
Illustrations
2.8.1a Navigation and Signal Light Control Panels
2.8.1b Arrangement of Navigation and Signal Lights
2.8.2a Outdoor Lighting Control Panel
2.8.3a Whistle System
2.8.3b Whistle System Control Panel
2.8.4a Fog Bell and Gong System
2.8.5a Sound Reception System
Section 3: Deck Equipment
3.1 Mooring Arrangement
3.1.1 Mooring Winches and Capstans
3.1.2 Anchoring Arrangement
3.1.3 Emergency Towing Equipment
3.1.4 Anchoring, Mooring and Towing Procedures
Illustrations
3.1.1a Mooring Arrangement Example
3.1.1b Three Drum, Two Motor Mooring Winch
3.1.3a Aft Emergency Towing Arrangement
3.1.3b Forward Emergency Towing Arrangement
3.2 L ifting Equipment
3.2.1 Deck Cranes
3.2.2 Accommodation and Pilot Ladders
Illustrations
3.2.1a Deck Cranes
3.2.1b Provisions and Engine Room Stores Cranes
3.2.1c Cargo Machinery Handling Crane
3.2.2a Required Boarding Arrangements For Pilot
3.3 L ifesaving Equipment
3.3.1 Lifeboats and Davits
3.3.2 Rescue Boat
3.3.3 Liferafts
3.3.4 SCABA Systems and Equipment
3.3.5 Lifeboat/Liferaft Survival Guide
3.3.6 Lifesaving Equipment
Illustrations
3.3.1a Lifeboats and Davits
3.3.2a Rescue Boat and Davit
3.3.3a Liferafts
3.3.6a Safety Plan Symbols
3.3.6b Lifesaving Equipment and Escape Routes on
Navigation Bridge Deck
3.3.6c Lifesaving Equipment and Escape Routes on D Deck
3.3.6d Lifesaving Equipment and Escape Routes on C Deck
3.3.6e Lifesaving Equipment and Escape Routes on B Deck
3.3.6f Lifesaving Equipment and Escape Routes on A Deck
3.3.6g Lifesaving Equipment and Escape Routes on
Accommodation Upper Deck
3.3.6h Lifesaving Equipment and Escape Routes on
Upper Deck
3.3.6i Lifesaving Equipment in the Bosun’s Store, Electric
Motor Room and Cargo Machinery Room Top
3.3.6j Lifesaving Equipment and Escape Routes on
Engine Room 2nd Deck
3.3.6k Lifesaving Equipment and Escape Routes on
Engine Room 3rd Deck
3.3.6l Lifesaving Equipment and Escape Routes on
Engine Room 4th Deck
3.3.6m Lifesaving Equipment and Escape Routes on
Engine Room Floor
3.4 F ire Fighting Systems
3.4.1 Introduction
3.4.2 Fire and Deck Wash System
3.4.3 Water Spray System
3.4.4 Deck Dry Powder System
3.4.5 Machinery Space Flooding Systems
3.4.6 Fire Detection System
3.4.7 Fire Fighting and Fire Detection Equipment
3.4.8 Gas Sampling and Gas Detection Systems
3.4.9 Quick-Closing Valves and Fire Dampers System
3.4.10 Water Mist System
3.4.11 Galley Deep Fat Fryer Wet Chemical System
3.4.12 First Aid Fire Fighting System
Illustrations
3.4.2a Engine Room Fire Main System
3.4.2b Fire and Deck Wash System
3.4.2c Accommodation Fire Main System
3.4.3a Water Spray System
3.4.4a Deck Dry Powder System
3.4.4b Dry Powder Tank Units
3.4.5a Engine Room Hot Foam Fire Fighting System
3.4.5b Hot Foam System Control Panel
3.4.5c CO2 System
3.4.6a Fire Detection Panel
3.4.7a Fire Fighting and Fire Detection Equipment Plan Symbols
3.4.7b Fire Fighting and Fire Detection Equipment - Navigation
Bridge Deck
3.4.7c Fire Fighting and Fire Detection Equipment - ‘D’ Deck
3.4.7d Fire Fighting and Fire Detection Equipment - ‘C’ Deck
3.4.7e Fire Fighting and Fire Detection Equipment - ‘B’ Deck
3.4.7f Fire Fighting and Fire Detection Equipment - ‘A’ Deck
3.4.7g Fire Fighting and Fire Detection Equipment -
Accommodation Upper Deck
3.4.7h Fire Fighting and Fire Detection Equipment - Upper Deck
3.4.7i Fire Fighting and Fire Detection Equipment - Bosun’s
Store, Electric Motor Room and Cargo Machinery Room
Top
3.4.7j Fire Fighting and Fire Detection Equipment -
Engine Room 2nd Deck
3.4.7k Fire Fighting and Fire Detection Equipment -
Engine Room 3rd Deck
3.4.7l Fire Fighting and Fire Detection Equipment -
Engine Room 4th Deck
3.4.7m Fire Fighting and Fire Detection Equipment -
Engine Room Floor
3.4.8a Fixed Gas Sampling System
3.4.8b Fixed Gas Sampling System
3.4.8c Fixed Gas Sampling and Detection Points
3.4.9a Quick-Closing Valves and Fire Dampers System
3.4.10aWater Mist System
Section 4: Routine Procedures
4.1 Passage Planning
4.1.1 Passage Planning - Appraisal
4.1.2 Passage Planning - Planning
4.1.3 Passage Planning - Executing the Plan
4.1.4 Passage Planning - Monitoring
4.2 Operational Procedures
4.2.1 Bridge Teamwork
4.2.2 Taking Over the Watch
4.2.3 Watchkeeping
4.2.4 Pilot Procedures
4.2.5 Weather Reporting
Illustrations
4.2.1a Bridge Teamwork
4.2.4a Pilot Information Card
4.3 Helicopter Operations
4.3.1 Helicopter Operations
4.3.2 Winching
Illustrations
4.3.1a Helicopter Operations - Procedure
4.3.2a Helicopter Winching
Section 5: Emergency Procedures
5.1 S teering Gear Failure
Illustrations
5.1a Steering Gear - Emergency Operation Valve Positioning
Plan
5.2 Collision and Grounding
5.3 S earch and Rescue
5.3.1 Missing Persons
5.3.2 Man Overboard
5.3.3 Search Patterns
5.3.4 Bomb Search
Illustrations
5.3.2a Man Overboard
5.3.3a Search Patterns
5.3.3b Turning Data
5.4 Emergency Towing and Being Towed
5.5 Oil Spill and Pollution Prevention
5.6 Emergency Reporting
5.6.1 AMVER
5.6.2 AUSREP
Cargo Operating Manual
List of Contents
Issue and Update CONTROL
mechanical Symbols and Colour Scheme
Electrical and Instrumentation Symbols
Introduction
Section 1: Design Concept of the Vessel
1.1 P rincipal Particulars
1.1.1 Principal Particulars of the Ship
1.1.2 Principal Particulars of Cargo Equipment and Machinery
1.1.3 General Arrangement
1.1.4 Tanks and Capacity Plan
Illustrations
1.1.3a General Arrangement
1.1.3b Cargo Machinery Room Layout
1.1.4a Tank Location Plan
1.2 R ules and Regulations
1.3 Cargo System Technology
1.3.1 Cargo Containment System Principle
1.3.2 GTT Mark III Cargo Containment
1.3.3 Deterioration or Failure of Containment
Illustrations
1.3.1a Cargo Tank Lining Reinforcement
1.3.2a IBS IS Section of Longitudinal Corner
1.3.2b IBS IS Flat Panel Junction
1.3.2c Membrane Cargo Containment (GTT Mark III)
1.3.3a Temperature and Steel Grades
1.3.3b Hull Steel Grades
1.4 H azardous Areas and Gas Dangerous Zone Plan
Illustrations
1.4a Hazardous Areas and Gas Dangerous Zone Plan
Section 2: Properties of LNG
2.1 P roperties of LNG
2.1.1 Physical Properties and Composition of LNG
Illustrations
2.1.1a Properties of LNG and Methane
2.1.1b Variation of Boiling Point of Methane with Pressure
2.1.1c Relative Density of Methane and Air
2.2 Characteristics of LNG
2.2.1 Flammability of Methane, Oxygen and Nitrogen Mixtures
2.2.2 Supplementary Characteristics
Illustrations
2.2.1a Flammability of Methane, Oxygen and Nitrogen Mixtures
2.2.2a Structural Steel Ductile to Brittle Transition Curve
2.3 H ealth Hazards
Section 3: Integrated Automation System (IAS)
3.1 Cargo Control Room Arrangement
Illustrations
3.1a Cargo Control Room Layout
3.2 I ntegrated Automation System (IAS)
3.2.1 IAS Overview
3.2.2 IAS Operator Station Operations
3.2.3 Screen Displays
3.2.4 Watch Call System
3.2.5 Total Boil-Off Gas Control System
3.2.6 Shipboard Management System
Illustrations
3.2.1a Integrated Automation System Overview
3.2.2a IAS Operator Station Panel
3.2.2b Operation: Symbols and Views
3.2.4a Watch Call Panels
3.2.5a Gas Handling
3.3 Custody Transfer System (CTS)
3.3.1 Radar Gauges and CTS
3.3.2 Float Level Gauge
3.3.3 Independent High Level Alarm System
3.3.4 Trim Indicator
3.3.5 Loading Computer
Illustrations
3.1.1a Saab Tank Level Monitor Display
3.3.1b Example of Custody Transfer Data
3.3.1c Example of Certificate of Loading
3.3.2a Whessoe Float Level Gauge
3.3.3a High Level and Overfill Alarm System
3.3.4a Trim-List Indicator
3.3.5a Loading Computer Screen
Section 4: Cargo and Ballast System
4.1 Cargo Containment System
4.1.1 Liquid Leakage Detection
Illustrations
4.1a Bilge System for Insulation Space and Cofferdam
4.1b Leakage Pipe
4.2 Cargo Piping System
4.2.1 Cargo Piping and Gaskets
4.2.2 Cargo Strainers
4.2.3 Cargo Pipe Insulation
4.2.4 Cargo Manifold System
Illustrations
4.2a Cargo Piping System
4.2.1a Cargo Tank Arrangement
4.2.1b Spiral Wound Gasket
4.2.3a Pipe Insulation
4.2.4a Cargo Manifold
4.3 Cargo Pumps
4.3.1 Main Cargo Pumps
4.3.2 Stripping/Spray Pumps
4.3.3 Emergency Cargo Pump
Illustrations
4.3.1a Main Cargo Pumps
4.3.1b Main Cargo Pump Start Sequence
4.3.2a Stripping/Spray Pumps
4.3.2b Spray Pump Start Sequence
4.3.3a Emergency Cargo Pump
4.4 Cargo Compressors
4.4.1 High Duty Compressor
4.4.2 Low Duty Compressor
Illustrations
4.4.1a High Duty Compressor
4.4.1b Compressor Status Mimic
4.4.2a Low Duty Compressor
4.4.2b Low Duty Compressor Control
4.5 B oil-Off/Warm-Up Heaters
Illustrations
4.5a Boil-Off/Warm-Up Heaters
4.5b Boil-Off/Warm-Up Heaters Mimic
4.6 LNG Vaporiser
Illustrations
4.6a LNG Vaporiser
` 4.6a LNG Vaporiser Mimic
4.7 F orcing Vaporiser and Mist Separator
Illustrations
4.7a Forcing Vaporiser
4.7b Forcing Vaporiser Screen Display
4.7c Mist Separator
4.8 N itrogen Generator
Illustrations
4.8a Nitrogen Generator
4.8b Nitrogen Generator Mimic
4.9 I nert Gas and Dry-Air Generator
Illustrations
4.9a Inert Gas and Dry-Air Generator
4.9b Inert Gas Generator Screen Display
4.10 G as Sampling and Gas Detection Systems
Illustrations
4.10a Fixed Gas Sampling System
4.10b Fixed Gas Sampling System
4.10c Fixed Gas Sampling and Detection Points
4.11 E mergency Shutdown System and Valve Remote Control
4.11.1 Emergency Shutdown and Cargo Tank Protection Systems
4.11.2 Cargo and Ballast Valve Remote Control System
Illustrations
4.11.1a Emergency Shutdown System
4.11.1b Cargo Valve Hydraulic Pipelines
4.11.2a Ballast Valve Hydraulic Pipelines
4.12 S hip Shore Link and Mooring Load Monitoring System
4.12.1 Ship Shore Link - Fibre Optic
4.12.2 Ship Shore Link - Electrical
4.12.3 Ship Shore Link - Pneumatic
4.12.4 Das Island Anti-Surge System
4.12.5 Mooring Load Monitoring System
Illustrations
4.12.1a Ship Shore Link
4.12.3a Ship Shore Link - Pneumatic
4.13 Cargo Relief Valves
4.13.1 Cargo Tank Relief Valves
4.13.2 Insulation Space Relief Valves
4.13.3 Cargo Pipeline Relief Valves
Illustrations
4.13.1a Pressure Relief Valve Operation - Series 9390
4.13.2a Interbarrier Space and Insulation Space Relief Valve
Layout
4.13.2b Cargo Tank Pressure Table
4.14 B allast Level and Draught Gauging System
4.14.1 Ballast Piping System
4.14.2 Ballast Tank Level Gauging System
4.14.3 Ballast Exchange System
4.14.4 Ship’s Draught System
4.14.5 Ballast Tank Access
Illustrations
4.14.1a Ballast Piping System
4.14.2a Ballast Level Gauge
4.14.2b Draught and Tank Level Indicating System
4.14.3a Ballast Exchange Flowchart
4.14.4a Ballast Tank Access
Section 5: Cargo Auxiliary and Deck System
5.1 T emperature Monitoring System
Illustrations
5.1a Temperature Monitoring Points in the Cofferdam
5.1b Temperature Monitoring System
5.2 I nterbarrier Space and Insulation Space Pressure Control
Illustrations
5.2a Nitrogen Pressurisation and Control System
5.2b Cargo Barrier Pressurising Screen Shot
5.2c Cargo Auxiliary Mimic
5.3 Cofferdam Heating System
5.3.1 Glycol Water Heater
5.3.2 Cofferdam Heating and Control
5.3.3 Hull Ventilation
Illustrations
5.3.1a Glycol Water Heater System in the Cargo Motor Room
5.3.1b Temperature Control
5.3.2a Cofferdam Heating System
5.3.2b Cofferdam Heating System Screen Display
5.3.3a Hull Ventilation
5.4 F ire Fighting Systems
5.4.1 Engine Room Fire Main System
5.4.2 Deck and Accommodation Fire Main System
5.4.3 Water Spray System
5.4.4 Deck Dry Powder System
5.4.5 Machinery Space Flooding Systems
5.4.6 Fire Detection System
5.4.7 Quick-Closing Valves and Fire Dampers System
5.4.8 Water Mist System
5.4.9 Galley Deep Fat Fryer Wet Chemical System
5.4.10 Local Fire Fighting System
Illustrations
5.4.1a Engine Room Fire Main System
5.4.2a Fire and Deck Wash System
5.4.2b Accommodation Fire Main System
5.4.3a Water Spray System
5.4.4a Deck Dry Powder System
5.4.4b Dry Powder Tank Units
5.4.5a Engine Room Hot Foam Fire Fighting System
5.4.5b Hot Foam System Control Panel
5.4.5c CO2 System
5.4.6a Fire Detection Panel
5.4.7a Quick-Closing Valves and Fire Dampers System
5.4.8a Water Mist System
5.5 Cargo Machinery Fresh Water Cooling System
Illustrations
5.5a Cargo Machinery Fresh Water Cooling System
5.6 F orward Bilge System
Illustrations
5.6a Forward Bilge System
5.6b Passageway Bilge System
Section 6: Cargo Operations
6.1 I nterbarrier Space and Insulation Space Inerting
6.1.1 Insulation Space Inerting
6.1.2 In Service Test
Illustrations
6.1.1a Initial Insulation Space Inerting
6.1.1b IBS and IS Piping Arrangement
6.1.2a In Service Test
6.2 P ost Dry Dock Operation
6.2.1 Initial Insulation Space Inerting
6.2.2 Drying Cargo Tanks
6.2.3 Inerting Cargo Tanks
6.2.4 Gassing-Up Cargo Tanks
6.2.5 Cooling Down Cargo Tanks
Illustrations
6.2.1a Filling From Shore Nitrogen Supply
6.2.2a Drying Cargo Tanks
6.2.3a Inerting Cargo Tanks Prior to Gas Filling
6.2.4a Displacing Inert Gas with LNG Vapour
6.2.4b Displacing Inert Gas with LNG Vapour Discharging to
Shore
6.2.5a Tank Cooldown with Return through Vapour Header
6.3 B allast Passage
6.3.1 Cold Maintenance
6.3.2 Gas Burning with Free Flow
6.3.3 Sloshing Inside the Cargo Tanks
Illustrations
6.3.1a Cooling Down Cargo Tanks Prior to Arrival on Ballast
Voyage
6.3.1b Tank Cooldown Mimics
6.3.2a Cargo Forced Boil Off Screen Shot
6.4 L oading
6.4.1 Preparations for Loading
6.4.2 Cargo Lines Cooldown
6.4.3 Loading Cargo with Vapour Return to Shore via One High
Duty Compressor
6.4.4 Draining and Inerting Manifold Pipes and Loading Arms
6.4.5 Deballasting
Illustrations
6.4.1a Preparations for Loading
6.4.2a Cargo Lines Cooldown
6.4.3a Loading With Vapour Return to Shore via High Duty
Compressor
6.4.4a Drain and Inlet Manifold Pipes and Loading Arms
6.4.5a Deballasting
6.5 L oaded Voyage With Boil-Off Gas Burning
6.5.1 Loaded Voyage with Normal Boil-Off Gas Burning
6.5.2 Loaded Voyage with Forced Boil-Off Gas Burning
6.5.3 Excess Boil-Off Gas
Illustrations
6.5.1a Loaded Voyage with Normal Boil-Off Gas Burning
6.5.1b Gas Burning
6.5.2a Loaded Voyage with Forced Boil-Off Gas Burning
6.5.3a Gas Management Screen Shot
6.6 D ischarging with Vapour Return from Shore
6.6.1 Preparation for Discharging
6.6.2 Liquid Line Cooldown before Discharging
6.6.3 Arm Cooldown before Discharging
6.6.4 Discharging with Vapour Return from Shore
6.6.5 Ballasting
Illustrations
6.6.1a Preparation for Discharging
6.6.2a Liquid Line Cooldown before Discharging
6.6.3a Arm Cooldown Before Discharging
6.6.4a Discharging with Vapour Return from Shore
6.6.5a Ballasting
6.7 P re Dry Dock Operations
6.7.1 Stripping and Line Draining
6.7.2 Tank Warm-Up
6.7.3 Gas Freeing
6.7.4 Aerating
Illustrations
6.7.1a Stripping and Line Draining
6.7.2a Tank Warm-Up
6.7.3a Gas Freeing Cargo Tanks
6.7.3b Inerting the Liquid Line
6.7.3c Inerting the Spray Line
6.7.3d Inerting Manifolds and Machinery Space
6.7.4a Aerating Cargo Tanks
6.7.4b Aerating Liquid Line
6.7.4c Aerating Spray Line
6.7.4d Aerating Manifolds and Machinery Space
6.8 O ne Tank Operations
6.8.1 Warm-Up - One Tank
6.8.2 Gas Freeing - One Tank
6.8.3 Aerating - One Tank
6.8.4 Drying/Inerting - One Tank
6.8.5 Gassing Up and Cooling Down - One Tank
Illustrations
6.8.1a One Tank Warm-Up
6.8.2a One Tank Gas Freeing
6.8.3a One Tank Aeration
6.8.4a One Tank Drying
6.8.4b One Tank Inerting
6.8.5a One Tank Gassing Up
6.8.5b One Tank Cooldown
Section 7: Emergency Procedures
7.1 LNG Vapour Leakage into Barrier Spaces
7.2 LNG Liquid Leakage into the Interbarrier Spaces (IBS)
Illustrations
7.2a LNG Liquid Leakage to Barrier
7.2b Portable Liquid Level Gauge
7.3 Water Leakage to Insulation Space (IS)
Illustrations
7.3a Water Evacuation from Insulation Space
7.3b Leakage Pipe
7.4 E mergency Cargo Pump Installation
Illustrations
7.4a Emergency Cargo Pump Installation Sequence
7.5 F ire and Emergency Breakaway
7.6 S hip to Ship Transfer
7.6.1 General Safety
7.6.2 Pre-Mooring Preparations
7.6.3 Mooring
7.6.4 Transfer Operations
7.6.5 Unmooring
7.7 Cold Spots on Inner Hull
7.8 LNG Jettison
Illustrations
7.8a LNG Jettison
7.9 Vent Mast on Fire
List of Contents
Issue and Update control
MECHANICAL Symbols and Colour Scheme
Electrical and Instrumentation Symbols
Engine room Location Plans
Tank Capacity table: 1 and 2
principal machinery particulars
Introduction
Section 1: Machinery Commissioning Operational Overview
1.1 To Bring Vessel into Live Condition
1.2 To Prepare Main Plant for Operation (Raising Steam)
1.3 To Prepare Main Plant for Manoeuvring from In Port Condition
1.4 To Change Main Plant from Manoeuvring to Full Away
1.5 To Change Main Plant from Full Away to Manoeuvring Condition
1.6 To Secure Plant at Finished with Engines (FWE)
1.7 To Secure Main Plant for Dry Dock
Section 2: Ship’s Systems
2.1 S team Systems
2.1.1 Heat Balance and Flow Diagrams
2.1.2 Superheated Steam System
2.1.3 Desuperheated Steam System
2.1.4 Steam Dump and Generator Turbine Exhaust System
2.1.5 Main Turbine High Pressure, Medium Pressure Bleed
and High Pressure Exhaust Steam Systems
2.1.6 Low Pressure Steam Service System
2.1.7 Gland Steam Packing and Leak-Off System
2.1.8 Low Pressure Bleed and Fresh Water Generator
Service System
Illustrations
2.1.1a - l Heat Balance and Flow Diagrams
2.1.2a Superheated Steam System
2.1.3a Desuperheated Steam System
2.1.4a Steam Dump and Generator Turbine Exhaust System
2.1.5a Main Turbine HP, MP Bleed and HP Exhaust Steam
Systems
2.1.6a Low Pressure Steam Service System
2.1.7a Gland Steam Packing and Leak-Off System
2.1.8a Low Pressure Bleed and Fresh Water Generator Service
System
2.2 Condensate and Feed Water Systems
2.2.1 Main and Auxiliary Condensate System
2.2.2 Clean Drains System
2.2.3 Boiler Feed Water System
2.2.4 Contaminated Drains System
Illustrations
2.2.1a Main and Auxiliary Condensate System
2.2.2a Clean Drains System
2.2.3a Boiler Feed Water System
2.2.3b Boiler Level Controls
2.2.4a Contaminated Drains System
2.2.4b Contaminated Drain System Returns
2.3 S ea Water Systems
2.3.1 Main and Auxiliary Sea Water Circulating Systems
2.3.2 Central Sea Water Cooling System
2.3.3 Fresh Water Generator Sea Water Service System
2.3.4 Engine Room Ballast System
Illustrations
2.3.1a Main and Auxiliary Sea Water Circulating Systems
2.3.1b Scoop Changeover Flow Diagram
2.3.2a Central Sea Water Cooling System
2.3.3a Fresh Water Generator Sea Water Service System
2.3.4a Engine Room Ballast System
2.4 Central Fresh Water Cooling Systems
2.4.1 Central Fresh Water Cooling System
2.4.2 Cargo Machinery Fresh Water Cooling System
Illustrations
2.4.1a Central Fresh Water Cooling System
2.4.1b Central Fresh Water Cooling for Turbine Generators and
Diesel Generator
2.4.2a Cargo Machinery Fresh Water Cooling System
2.5 B oiler Water Sampling and Treatment System
Illustrations
2.5a Boiler Water Sampling and Treatment System
2.6 F uel Oil and Fuel Gas Service Systems
2.6.1 Fuel Oil Bunkering and Transfer Systems
2.6.2 Diesel Oil Filtering and Generator Engine Diesel Oil
Service System
2.6.3 Boiler Fuel Oil and Fuel Gas Service Systems
2.6.4 Incinerator Fuel Oil Service System
Illustrations
2.6.1a Fuel Oil Viscosity-Temperature Graph
2.6.1b Fuel Oil Bunkering and Transfer System - Engine Room
2.6.1c Fuel Oil Bunkering and Transfer System - Deck
2.6.2a Diesel Oil Filtering and Generator Engine Diesel Oil
Service System
2.6.2b Gas Oil Transfer System
2.6.3a Boiler Fuel Oil Service System
2.6.3b Boiler Burner Atomising Steam System
2.6.3c Boiler Fuel Gas Service System
2.6.3d Gas Burning
2.6.4a Incinerator Fuel Oil Service System
2.7 Lubricating Oil Systems
2.7.1 Main Turbine Lubricating Oil System
2.7.2 Stern Tube Lubricating Oil System
2.7.3 Lubricating Oil Purifying System
2.7.4 Lubricating Oil Filling and Transfer System
Illustrations
2.7.1a Main Turbine Lubricating Oil System
2.7.2a Stern Tube Lubricating Oil System
2.7.3a Lubricating Oil Purifying System
2.7.4a Lubricating Oil Filling and Transfer System
2.8 B ilge System
2.8.1 Engine Room Bilge System
2.8.2 Forward Bilge System
Illustrations
2.8.1a Engine Room Bilge System
2.8.1b Oily Water Separator Control Panel
2.8.2a Forward Bilge System
2.8.2b Passageway Bilge System
2.9 Compressed Air Systems
2.9.1 Control Air System
2.9.2 General Service Air System
2.9.3 Starting Air System
Illustrations
2.9.1a Control Air System
2.9.1b Control Air System
2.9.1c Control Air
2.9.2a General Service Air System
2.9.3a Starting Air System
2.10 S teering Gear
Illustrations
2.10a Steering Gear Fluid Flow
2.10b Emergency Operation Valve Position Plan
2.11 E lectrical Power Generators
2.11.1 Turbine Generators
2.11.2 Diesel Generator
2.11.3 Emergency Diesel Generator
Illustrations
2.11.1a Turbine Generator - Schematic
2.11.2a Diesel Generator - Schematic Starting Air and Lubricating
Oil
2.11.3a Emergency Diesel Generator - Schematic
2.11.3b Emergency Generator Starting Procedures
2.12 E lectrical Power Distribution
2.12.1 Electrical Equipment
2.12.2 Main Switchboard and Generator Operation
2.12.3 Emergency Switchboard and Generator Operation
2.13.4 Electrical Distribution
2.12.5 Shore Power
2.12.6 Main Alternators
2.12.7 Emergency Alternator
2.12.8 Preferential Tripping and Sequential Restarting
2.12.9 24 Volt Battery System and Uninterruptible Power Supply
2.12.10 Cathodic Protection System
Illustrations
2.12.1a Main Electrical Network
2.12.1b Interlock System
2.12.1c Main Busbar Earthing Key Interlocks
2.12.2a 6.6 kV Main and Cargo Busbar Configuration
Permutations
2.12.4a Main 440 V Distribution
2.12.4b Main 440 V Switchboard: Group Starters
2.12.4c Main 220 V Distribution
2.12.4d Cargo 6,600 V and 440 V Distribution
2.12.4e Emergency 440 V and 220 V Distribution
2.12.6a Main Alternators
2.12.7a Emergency Alternator
2.12.8a Preferential Tripping
2.12.8b Sequential Restart List
2.12.9a Emergency Battery Charging and 24 V Distribution
2.12.9b Uninterruptible Power Supply Distribution
2.12.10a Cathodic Protection System
2.13 A ccommodation Systems
2.13.1 Domestic Refrigeration System
2.13.2 Accommodation Air Conditioning System
2.13.3 Engine Control Room/Main Switchboard Room Air
Conditioning Units
2.13.4 Engine Room Workshop/Bridge Air Conditioning Units
2.13.5 Incinerator and Garbage Disposal
Illustrations
2.13.1a Domestic Refrigeration System
2.13.2a Accommodation Air Conditioning Units
2.13.2b Unisab II Control Panel
2.13.5a Incinerator Fuel Oil Service System
2.13.5b Incinerator Control Panel
2.13.5c Ship’s Waste Management Plan
2.13.5d Garbage Treatment Caution Plate
2.14 S anitary and Fresh Water Systems
2 14.1 Fresh Water Generating System
2.14.2 Fresh Water Service System
2.14.3 Distilled Water Service System
2.14.4 Sanitary Discharge System
Illustrations
2 14.1a Fresh Water Generating System
2.14.2a Fresh Water Service System
2.14.2b Purifier Operating Water System
2.14.3a Distilled Water Service System
2.14.4a Sanitary Discharge System
Section 3: Main Machinery and Control
3.1 Control Room
3.1.1 Engine Control Room Overview
Illustrations
3.1.1a Engine Control Room Arrangement
3.1.1b Engine Control Room Console
3.2 I ntegrated Automation System (IAS)
3.2.1 IAS Overview
3.2.2 IAS Operator Station Operations
3.2.3 Screen Displays
3.2.4 Watch Call System
3.2.5 Shipboard Management System
Illustrations
3.2.1a IAS Overview
3.2.2a IAS Operator Stations Panel
3.2.2b Operation: Symbols and Views
3.2.3a Screen Display
3.2.4a Watch Call Panels
3.3 Main Boilers
3.3.1 Main Boilers Description
3.3.2 Boiler Control System
3.3.3 Boiler Operating Procedures
3.3.4 Sootblowers Control System
3.3.5 Steam Dump Control System
3.3.6 Low Duty Compressor Control
Illustrations
3.3.1a Main Boiler
3.3.1b Forced Draught Fan Local Panel
3.3.2a Boiler Control Configuration
3.3.2b Boiler Operation Panel (BOP)
3.3.2c Burner Operation Panel (BNP)
3.3.2d Burner Emergency Operating Panel (EOP)
3.3.3a Boiler Feed Water System
3.3.3b Boiler Pressure Raising Graph
3.3.3c Basic Flow Diagram of Oil/Gas Burner Control
3.3.3d Furnace Purge and Initial Firing on Fuel Oil
3.3.3e Fuel Oil to Dual Fuel Changeover
3.3.3f Dual Fuel to Fuel Gas Changeover
3.3.4a Sootblowers Flow Chart
3.3.4b Sootblower Steam System
3.3.6a Low Duty Compressor Control
3.4 Main Turbines
3.4.1 Main Turbines and Ancillaries
3.4.2 Main Turbines Control System
Illustrations
3.4.1a Main Turbine
3.4.1b Main Turbines Lubricating Oil System
3.4.2a Main Turbine Control System
3.4.2b Main Turbine Manoeuvring Control Panel
3.5 B ow Thruster
Illustrations
3.5a Bow Thruster System
3.5b Bow Thruster Control Panel
3.6 Hydraulic Remote Valve Operating System
Illustrations
3.6a Hydraulic Remote Valve Operating System
Section 4: Emergency Procedures
4.1 F looding in the Engine Room
4.2 S teaming on One Boiler
4.3 E mergency Operation of the Main Turbine (Sole Running of
High Pressure Turbine/Low Pressure Turbine)
4.4 T o Operate Both Boilers on One Forced Draught Fan (Port and
Starboard
4.5 E mergency Steering
4.6 O ne Boiler Cold Start Using The Cold Start Feed Water Pump
Illustrations
4.3a Emergency Operation of the Main Turbines
4.4a To Operate Both Boilers on One Forced Draught Fan (Port
and Starboard)
4.4b Forced Draught Fan Local Panel
4.5a Steering Gear - Emergency Operation Valve Positioning
Plan
4.6a One Boiler Cold Start Procedure
Section 5: Fire Fighting Systems
5.1 I ntroduction
5.2 E ngine Room Fire Main System
5.3 D eck and Accommodation Fire Main System
5.4 Machinery Space Flooding Systems
5.5 O il Mist Detection System
5.6 Water Mist System
5.7 Quick-Closing Valves and Fire Dampers System
5.8 F ire Detection System
5.9 E ngine Room Fire Fighting and Fire Detection Equipment
5.10 E ngine Room Lifesaving Equipment
5.11 D eck Dry Powder System
5.12 Water Spray System
5.13 G alley Deep Fat Fryer Wet Chemical System
5.14 F irst Aid Fire Fighting System
Illustrations
5.1a Fire Station Room Layout
5.2a Engine Room Fire Main System
5.3a Fire and Deck Wash System
5.3b Accommodation Fire Main System
5.4a Engine Room Hot Foam Fire Fighting System
5.4b Hot Foam System Control Panel
5.4c CO2 System
5.5a Oil Mist Detector
5.6a Water Mist System
5.7a Quick-Closing Valves and Fire Dampers System
5.8a Fire Detection Panel
5.9a Fire Fighting and Fire Detection Equipment on Engine
Room 2nd Deck
5.9b Fire Fighting and Fire Detection Equipment on Engine
Room 3rd Deck
5.9c Fire Fighting and Fire Detection Equipment on Engine
Room 4th Deck
5.9d Fire Fighting and Fire Detection Equipment on Engine
Room Floor
5.9e Fire Fighting and Fire Detection Equipment in Engine
Room Casing - Upper and 'A' Decks
5.9f Fire Fighting and Fire Detection Equipment in Engine
Room Casing - 'B', 'C', 'D' and Navigation Decks
5.10a Lifesaving Equipment and Escape Routes on Engine Room
2nd Deck
5.10b Lifesaving Equipment and Escape Routes on Engine Room
3rd Deck
5.10c Lifesaving Equipment and Escape Routes on Engine Room
4th Deck
5.10d Lifesaving Equipment and Escape Routes on Engine Room
Floor
5.11a Deck Dry Powder System
5.11b Dry Powder Tank Units
5.12a Water Spray System
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