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    Bulk Carriers: Guidance and Information on Dry Cargo Loading and Discharging to Reduce the Likelihood of Over-stressing the Hull Structure

    £25.00
    This publication provides guidance on how to remain within Classification Society limits when loading and discharging bulk carriers, in order to reduce the likelihood of over-stressing the ship's structure.
    ISBN: 9781856099301
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    Published: April 2020

     

    This publication outlines how to stay within Classification Society specified limitations and avoid over-stressing a ship’s structure when loading and discharging bulk carriers. It looks at the loads that affect a ship’s structure and the structural strength limitations that are imposed by a ship’s Classification Society, with a particular focus on:

    • Loads and hull structure
    • onboard loading guidance information
    • planning and control of cargo loading and unloading operations
    • potential problems
    • ballast exchange at sea.

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    Published: April 2020

     

    This publication outlines how to stay within Classification Society specified limitations and avoid over-stressing a ship’s structure when loading and discharging bulk carriers. It looks at the loads that affect a ship’s structure and the structural strength limitations that are imposed by a ship’s Classification Society, with a particular focus on:

    • Loads and hull structure
    • onboard loading guidance information
    • planning and control of cargo loading and unloading operations
    • potential problems
    • ballast exchange at sea.
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