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    Bulk Carrier Notes - 1st ed. 2010

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    This book continues the Notes Series for Ships Officers and gives an introduction to bulk carriers, dicussing the types, their cargoes and trade.
    ISBN: 9781856093996
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    Author: Khalique, Abdul

    Published: November 2010

    This book continues the Notes Series for Ships Officers and gives an introduction to bulk carriers, dicussing the types, their cargoes and trade.

     

    Table of Contents

    1 Bulk Carriers

    1.1 Introduction
    1.2 Bulk Carrier Design
    1.3 Types of Bulk Carrier by Size
    1.4 Types of Bulk Carriers According to Trade
    1.5 Hybrid Configuration (HyCon) Bulk Carriers
    1.6 Stresses in Bulk Carriers
    1.7 Structural Problems Associated with Bulk Carriers
    1.8 Structural Standards for Bulk Carriers

    2 Bulk Cargoes
    2.1 Introduction
    2.2 Terminology Used in Bulk Cargo Operations
    2.3 Recommended Publications for Bulk Cargo Carriage
    2.4 Intact Stability Criteria According to the International Load Line Convention
    2.5 Hazards Associated with Bulk Cargoes
    2.6 Examples of Bulk Cargoes?

    3 Bulk Trade
    3.1 The Voyage
    3.2 Voyage Orders/Instructions
    3.3 Charter Parties for Bulk Trade
    3.4 Load Line Zones and Calculations?

    4 Cargo Loading
    4.1 Hold Preparation
    4.2 Silver Nitrate Test
    4.3 Ship Shore Information Exchange
    4.4 Cargo Samples when Loading
    4.5 Loading Methods
    4.6 Fumigation
    4.7 Cargo Documentation
    4.8 Loading Cargo During Rain

    5 Draught Survey
    5.1 Objective of Draught Survey
    5.2 Steps for Draught Survey
    5.3 Reading Draughts
    5.4 Taking Density
    5.5 Cargo Weight, Volume and Ullage Measurement
    5.6 Bunker Quantity Estimation
    5.7 Precautions During Draught Survey
    5.9 Deadweight Surveys

    6 Ballast Water Management?
    6.1 Ballast Water Exchange Methods
    6.2 Ballast Water Exchange Requirements
    6.3 Ballast Water Management System

    7 The Voyage
    7.1 Conditions of Carriage
    7.2 Ventilation
    7.3 Discharging Hold Bilges
    7.4 Periodic Checks
    7.5 Logs and Record Keeping
    7.6 BLU Manual
    7.7 Bulk Carrier Loading Manual

    8 Cargo Discharging
    8.1 Discharging Plan
    8.2 Arrival at the Discharge?Port
    8.3 Notice of Readiness
    8.4 Cargo Samples when Discharging
    8.5 Cargo Calculation – Draught Survey
    8.6 Discharging Methods
    8.7 Cargo Damage Surveys
    8.8 Hold Damage Surveys

    Appendices
    Acronyms and Abbreviations
    Case Studies

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    Author: Khalique, Abdul

    Published: November 2010

    This book continues the Notes Series for Ships Officers and gives an introduction to bulk carriers, dicussing the types, their cargoes and trade.

     

    Table of Contents

    1 Bulk Carriers

    1.1 Introduction
    1.2 Bulk Carrier Design
    1.3 Types of Bulk Carrier by Size
    1.4 Types of Bulk Carriers According to Trade
    1.5 Hybrid Configuration (HyCon) Bulk Carriers
    1.6 Stresses in Bulk Carriers
    1.7 Structural Problems Associated with Bulk Carriers
    1.8 Structural Standards for Bulk Carriers

    2 Bulk Cargoes
    2.1 Introduction
    2.2 Terminology Used in Bulk Cargo Operations
    2.3 Recommended Publications for Bulk Cargo Carriage
    2.4 Intact Stability Criteria According to the International Load Line Convention
    2.5 Hazards Associated with Bulk Cargoes
    2.6 Examples of Bulk Cargoes?

    3 Bulk Trade
    3.1 The Voyage
    3.2 Voyage Orders/Instructions
    3.3 Charter Parties for Bulk Trade
    3.4 Load Line Zones and Calculations?

    4 Cargo Loading
    4.1 Hold Preparation
    4.2 Silver Nitrate Test
    4.3 Ship Shore Information Exchange
    4.4 Cargo Samples when Loading
    4.5 Loading Methods
    4.6 Fumigation
    4.7 Cargo Documentation
    4.8 Loading Cargo During Rain

    5 Draught Survey
    5.1 Objective of Draught Survey
    5.2 Steps for Draught Survey
    5.3 Reading Draughts
    5.4 Taking Density
    5.5 Cargo Weight, Volume and Ullage Measurement
    5.6 Bunker Quantity Estimation
    5.7 Precautions During Draught Survey
    5.9 Deadweight Surveys

    6 Ballast Water Management?
    6.1 Ballast Water Exchange Methods
    6.2 Ballast Water Exchange Requirements
    6.3 Ballast Water Management System

    7 The Voyage
    7.1 Conditions of Carriage
    7.2 Ventilation
    7.3 Discharging Hold Bilges
    7.4 Periodic Checks
    7.5 Logs and Record Keeping
    7.6 BLU Manual
    7.7 Bulk Carrier Loading Manual

    8 Cargo Discharging
    8.1 Discharging Plan
    8.2 Arrival at the Discharge?Port
    8.3 Notice of Readiness
    8.4 Cargo Samples when Discharging
    8.5 Cargo Calculation – Draught Survey
    8.6 Discharging Methods
    8.7 Cargo Damage Surveys
    8.8 Hold Damage Surveys

    Appendices
    Acronyms and Abbreviations
    Case Studies

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