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Recommendations for Oil and Chemical Tanker Manifolds


Year: 2017
Language: english
Author: Oil Companies International Marine Forum
Genre: Practical guide
Publisher: Witherby Publishing Group Ltd
Edition: First Edition
ISBN: 978-1-85609-741-3
Format: PDF
Quality: Scanned pages + text layer
Pages count: 67
Description: This new publication, the first edition of Recommendations for О/ and Chemical Tanker Manifolds and Associated Equipment supersedes the earlier tides. It takes account of the many years of industry experience with the previous guidance and builds on the earlier recommendations "he following summarises the more significant changes that have been introduced:
• This is now a joint publication with the Chemical Distribution institute (CDI). who have provided valuable input to support the development of recommendations for chemical tankers.
• Guidance has been expanded to include chenwcai tankers and dual classed od/chemicat tankers with the aim of achieving improved compatibility with shore facilities, particularly when these vessels trade to oil terminals.
• The four tonnage categories in the fourth edition of Recommendations for Od Tonker Manifolds and Associated Equipment have been increased to seven. The new table is on page x. The new categories are:
- Two new smaller tonnage categories. These address ships of less than 16,000 tonnes deadweight. The new categories are:
• Category A which covers 5,000 tonnes deadweight or less.
• Category В which covers 5.001 to 16,000 tonnes deadweight.
- The previous tonnage category C. which covered ships of from 60,001 to 160,000 tonnes deadweight, has been divided into two categories. The new categories are:
Category L which coven 60.001 to 120,000 tonnes deadweight Category F which coven 120,001 to 160.000.

Contents

Contents
Introduction
Glossary
Abbreviations
Bibliography
Note on metric/imperial conversion
Oil and chemical tanker tonnage categories
Section one
Manifold position
Centre of manifold
Distance from the ship's side
Height of manifold
Spacing
Cargo vapour manifolds
Section two
Working platform and spill containment
Size and position
Spill containment draining
Strength of working platform
Loading arm jacks
Design of working platform
Access to working platform
Elevated working platforms
Section three Manifold design
Carbon.steel manifold
Stainless steel manifold
Assumptions for load calculations
Section four
Cargo and vapour manifold specification and fittings
Valves
Valve actuators
Distance pieces
Spool pieces and reducers
Blank flanges
Section five
Hose support at ship's side
Curved plate or pipe hose support
Hose support position
Hose support strength
Section six
Bunker connections and other connections
Number of connections
Size of connections and reducers for oil bunkers
Size of connections and reducers for LNG bunkers
Strength
Location
Oil spill containment
LNG spill containment and protection
Other connections
Section seven
Lighting
Section eight
Lifting equipment
Safe working loads
Area of operation of lifting equipment
Operating criteria for lifting equipment
Personnel transfer by crane (man-riding)
Section nine
Deck fittings to facilitate hose handling at buoy moorings
Cruciform bollards
Sitts
Fairleads
Deck rings or lugs
Arrangements for ship to ship transfer
Section ten
Connectors for ship/shore emergency shutdown system
Section eleven
Standard manifold arrangements
Category 'A, B, C' Standard manifold arrangement, including vapour lines, for vessels up to 25,000 sdwt
Category 'D' Standard manifold arrangement, including vapour lines,
for 25,001 to 60,000 sdwt vessels
Category 'E & F' Standard manifold arrangement, including vapour lines, for 60,001 to 160,000 sdwt vessels
Category 'G' Standard manifold arrangement, including vapour lines, for vessels over 160,000 sdwt
Typical manifold arrangement for a tiered chemical tanker

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