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Germanischer Lloyd Rules ND and Programms 14.0


Year: 2012
Version: ver. 2,800,0 Edition 2012
Platform: PC
Compatibility with Windows7: yes
Localization: english
Crack: Not needed
Description:GL Rules and Programs (GLRP), Version 14.0/2012 is an interactive Microsoft Windows-based information and calculation system thatngives you easy access to GL Rules and Guidelines.
GLRP allows you to search and view rule information relevant tobyour needs. The rules are displayed with the Acrobat Reader from Adobe**).
In addition you can calculate scantling requirements for the hull structures of various ship types using the program GL Rules ND.
**) Adobe Systems Incorporated. All rights reserved. Adobe and Acrobat are Trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.3
Системные требования / System Requirements:
* PC running Windows XP or higher
* About 400 MB free hard disk space for the complete local installation
* Acrobat Reader 4.0 or higher
Setting Up GL Rules and Programs
Start your Windows system and insert the GL Rules and Programs CD into your CD-ROM drive. Use the appropriate setup program from the AcroRead directory (SETUP.EXE) to install the Acrobat Reader, if the reader isn’t
installed yet. After you have successfully installed the Acrobat Reader, use the setup program (SETUP.EXE) to install GL Rules and Programs on your computer.
Install GL Rules and Programs
* From the Start Menu choose run.
* Type the drive letter of your CD-ROM drive followed by a colon and SETUP.EXE.
* Follow the self-explanatory instructions of the setup program. Choosebthe CD-ROM/Server Installation which is the default selection. Only thebprogram icons will be installed on your computer. If you choose the local installations, you can copy all books and programs to a local drive. 14
Viewing GL Rules and Guidelines
Ensure that GLRP has been installed successfully as described in the previous section. Double-click the Rules and Guidelines (deutsch) icon for the German version or the Rules and Guidelines (english) icon for the English version to enter structure and contents of the GL Rules and Guidelines.
Tips and Tricks
Inside the main contents file of Rules & Guidelines is a link to the newest version of the document Tips and Tricks. Follow this link and read the latest news for using Rules & Guidelines with the Acrobat Reader.
Calculating with GL Programs
All programs, which are available on the CD-ROM can be started by double-clicking the appropriate icon. The setup program of GL Rules and Programs installs the icons in the program group “Germanischer Lloyd Rules and Programs 14.0/2012”.15 Programmed Rules GL Rules ND
The program contains computation modules for the following GL Rules
I Ship Technology
Part 1 Seagoing Ships
Chapter 1 Hull Structures
Chapter 5 Structural Rules for Container Ships
Part 2 Inland Navigation Vessels
Chapter 2 Hull Design and Construction
Part 3 Special Craft
Chapter 1 High Speed Craft
Chapter 2 Yachts ≥ 24m
Chapter 3 Yachts and Boats up to 24m
Part 6 Offshore Service Vessels
Chapter 1 Hull StructuresReproduction, use and transfer restricted.

Contents

GL Rules and Guidelines 4
I Ship Technology 4
II Materials and Welding 6
III Naval Ship Technology 7
IV Industrial Services 8
V Analysis Techniques 8
VI Additional Rules and Guidelines 9
IACS Common Structural Rules 12
System Requirements 13
Setting Up GL Rules and Programs 13
Viewing GL Rules and Guidelines 14
Tips and Tricks 14
Calculating with GL Programs 14
Programmed Rules 154
GL Rules and Guidelines
I Ship Technology
Part 0 Classification and Surveys
Part 1 Seagoing Ships
Chapter 1 Hull Structures
Chapter 2 Machinery Installations
Chapter 3 Electrical Installations
Chapter 4 Automation
Chapter 5 Structural Rules for Container Ships
Chapter 6 Liquefied Gas Carriers
Chapter 7 Chemical Tankers
Chapter 8 Fishing Vessels
Chapter 9 Oil Recovery Vessels
Chapter 10 Refrigerating Installations
Chapter 11 One-Man Control Console
Chapter 12 Chemical Recovery Vessels
Chapter 14 Redundant Propulsion and Steering Systems
Chapter 15 Dynamic Positioning Systems
Chapter 16 Harmony Class – Rules on Rating Noise and
Vibration for Comfort, Cruise Ships (v ≤ 25kn)5
Chapter 17 Guidelines for Machinery Condition Monitoring
Chapter 18 Harmony Class – Rules on Rating Noise and
Vibration for Comfort, Cruise Ships (v > 25kn)
Chapter 19 Guidelines for the Carriage of Refrigerated
Containers on Board Ships
Chapter 20 Stowage and Lashing of Containers
Chapter 21 Ventilation
Chapter 22 Guidelines for the Construction of Polar Class Ships
Chapter 23 Harmony Class – Rules on Rating Noise and
Vibration for Comfort, Cargo Ships
Part 2 Inland Navigation Vessels
Chapter 1 Classification and Surveys
Chapter 2 Hull Design and Construction
Chapter 3 Machinery, Systems and Electricity
Chapter 4 Additional Requirements for Notations
Part 3 Special Craft
Chapter 1 High Speed Craft
Chapter 2 Yachts ≥ 24 m
Chapter 3 Yachts and Boats up to 24 m
Chapter 4 Guidelines for Lifeboats ans Rescue Boats
Chapter 5 Floating Docks
Chapter 6 Preliminary Rules for Patrol Boats6
Part 4 Rigging Technology
Chapter 1 Tall Ship Rigs
Chapter 2 Guidelines for Design and Construction
of Large Modern Yacht Rigs
Chapter 3 Guidelines for the Type Approval of Carbon Strand
and PBO Cable Rigging for Sailing Yachts
Part 5 Underwater Technology
Chapter 1 Diving Systems and Diving Simulators
Chapter 2 Manned Submersibles
Chapter 3 Unmanned Submersibles (ROV, AUV) and
Underwater Working Machines
Part 6 Offshore Service Vessels
Chapter 1 Hull Structures
Chapter 2 Machinery and Systems
Chapter 3 Crew Boats and Offshore Wind Farm Service Craft
II Materials and Welding
Part 1 Metallic Materials
Chapter 1 Principles and Test Procedures
Chapter 2 Steel and Iron Materials
Chapter 3 Non-Ferrous Metals
Chapter 4 Equipment7
Chapter 5 Materials for Propeller Fabrication
Chapter 6 Special Materials for Naval Ships
Part 2 Non-Metallic Materials
Chapter 1 Fibre Reinforced Plastics and Bonding
Chapter 2 Wooden Materials
Chapter 3 Guidelines for Elastomeric Adhesives and
Adhesive Joints
Part 3 Welding
Chapter 1 General Requirements, Proof of Qualifications,
Approvals
Chapter 2 Design, Fabrication and Inspection of Welded Joints
Chapter 3 Welding in the Various Fields of Application
III Naval Ship Technology
Part 0 Classification and Surveys
Part 1 Surface Ships
Chapter 1 Hull Structures and Ship Equipment
Chapter 2 Propulsion Plants
Chapter 3a Electrical Installations
Chapter 3b Automation
Chapter 4 Ship Operation Installations and Auxiliary Systems8
Part 2 Sub-Surface Ships
Chapter 1 Submarines
Chapter 2 Remotely Operated Underwater Vehicles
Chapter 3 Guidelines for Air Independent Power Systems
for Underwater Use
IV Industrial Services
Part 6 Offshore Technology
Chapter 1 Classification, Certification and Surveys
Chapter 2 Mobile Offshore Units
Chapter 3 Fixed Offshore Installations
Chapter 4 Structural Design
Chapter 5 Machinery Installations
Chapter 6 Electrical Installations
V Analysis Techniques
Part 1 Hull Structural Design Analyses
Chapter 1 Guidelines for Global Strength Analysis of
Container Ships
Chapter 2 Guidelines for Fatigue Strength Analyses of
Ship Structures 9
Part 2 Risk Analyses
Chapter 1 Guidelines for the Analysis of Alternative Design
and Arrangements
VI Additional Rules and Guidelines
Part 1 Container Technology
Chapter 1 Guidelines for the Construction, Repair and
Testing of Freight Containers
Part 3 Machinery Installations
Chapter 1 Guidelines for the Use of Gas as Fuel for Ships
Chapter 4 Guidelines for Equipment on Fire Fighting Ships
Chapter 5 Guidelines for Design, Equipment and Testing of
Gas Welding Installations on Seagoing Ships
Chapter 6 Guidelines for the Construction, Equipment and
Testing of Closed Fuel Oil Overflow Systems
Chapter 11 Guidelines for the Use of Fuel Cell Systems on
Board of Ships and Boats
Part 4 Diesel Engines
Chapter 1 Guidelines for Mass Produced Engines
Chapter 2 Guidelines for the Calculation of Crankshafts for
Internal Combustion Engines
Chapter 3 Guidelines for the Seating of Propulsion Plants
and Auxiliary Machinery 10
Part 5 Pumps
Chapter 1 Guidelines for the Design, Construction and
Testing of Pumps
Part 6 Modular Certification System
Chapter 2 Guidelines for the Inspection of Mechanical
and Electronical Products
Part 7 Guidelines for the Performance of Type Approvals
Chapter 1 Procedure
Chapter 2 Test Requirements for Electrical / Electronic
Equipment and Systems
Chapter 4 Test Requirements for Sealing Systems of Bulkhead
and Deck Penetrations
Chapter 6 Test Requirements for Electrical Machinery
Chapter 7 Test Requirements for Statical Converters
with Semi-Conductors
Chapter 8 Test Requirements for Components and Systems of
Mechanical Engineering and Offshore Technology
Part 8 Electrical Engineering
Chapter 5 Guidelines for the Restoration of Electrical Systems
following Damage caused by Fire, Water and
Extinguishing Agents11
Part 9 Materials and Welding
Chapter 2 Guidelines for the Fabrication and Inspection of
Welded Pipelines of Copper-Nickel-Alloys
Chapter 5 Guidelines for the Approval of Reaction Plastics
and Composite Materials for the Seating and
Repair of Components
Part 10 Corrosion Protection
Chapter 1 Coating of Ballast Water Tanks
Chapter 2 Guidelines for Corrosion Protection and
Coating Systems
Chapter 3 Corrosion Protection of Crude Oil Cargo Tanks
Part 11 Other Operations and Systems
Chapter 2 Preliminary Guidelines for Safe Return to Port
Capability of Passenger Ships
Chapter 3 Guidelines for Sea Trials of Motor Vessels
Chapter 4 Chamber Systems for Tunnelling
Chapter 5 Guidelines for Extended Dry Dock Interval
Chapter 6 Guidelines for the Preparation of Damage Stability
Calculations and Damage Control Documentation
on Board
Chapter 7 Guidelines for Loading Computer Systems
Chapter 8 Guidelines and Approval Procedure for
“In Service Inclining Test Systems” (ISITS)
Chapter 9 Guidelines for the Condition Assessment Program12
Chapter 10 Guidelines on Ballast Water Management
Chapter 11 Guidelines for the Preparation of Operating and
Maintenance Manuals for Shell Doors
Part 12 Environment Protection
Chapter 1 Guidelines for the Environmental Service System
Part 13 Energy Efficiency
Chapter 1 Guidelines for Determination of the Energy
Efficiency Design Index
IACS Common Structural Rules
Bulk Carriers
IACS Common Structural Rules
Double Hull Oil Tankers
IACS Common Structural Rules13
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