Machinery and pipe arrangement on shipboard by C. Coulson Pounder

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Published by Emmott in Manchester, London .

Written in English

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  • Marine engineering.

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Statementby C. C. Pounder.
SeriesThe "Mechanical world" series
LC ClassificationsVM600 .P6
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv, 440 p.
Number of Pages440
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Open LibraryOL6668318M
LC Control Number24020666

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The piping arrangement drawing evolves from the foundation location and equipment location drawings. It shows all pieces of mechanical equipment, including vessels in the unit and the pipes connecting them, including manholes, ladders, platforms, cages, and davits.

the ship size increases, there is a need to install more powerful engines and other machinery systems. This increase in size of equipment demands more electrical power and higher voltages.

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Pre-heaters in the fuel oil service system Sec.5 [] File Size: 1MB. A juinor engineer should know thoroughly about the placement of various machines even before going on board and this is taught during pre-sea training and other academic courses.

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This website explained cargo ships' main propulsion machinery, steering, anchoring and ship securing, cargo handling, air conditioning, power generation and. Anchor windlass on general purpose ship with mooring drum and warping head.

Storage part of the mooring drum 2. Pulling section of the drum (working part) 3. Brake band 4. Gear box 5. Electro-hydraulic motor 6. Warping head 7.

Chain in the gypsy wheel 8. Dog clutch 9. Anchor Hawse pipe Spurling pipe Chain locker Chain stopper. Naval architecture - Naval architecture - General arrangement: Despite the many ships of each type that have been designed over the years and the general similarity of various spaces and their locations within the types, ship operators still find advantages in particular arrangements.

This situation reveals the variety of combinations possible when the designer endeavours to make large-scale.

Equipment on forecastle deck of ship. Windlass 2. Chain cable compress 3. Hawse pipe 4. Anchor chain 5. Bollard 6. Fair leader 7. Mooring pipe 8. Deck end roller 9. Wire reel Cowl head ventilator Derrick boom Boom support Air and sounding pipe Flag staff Anchor davit Stockless anchor Anchor shackle “snaked” through equipment, steel, and other pipe, the pipe may be rolled along with ISO DRAWINGS ISO DRAWINGS -- Dimensions the offset.

This type of piping design is called a rolling offset and forms a compound angle. Solving Compound Angles: Four terms associated with a rolling offset.

The auxiliary machinery may be in support of the main propulsion engines and include heat exchangers and compressed air, or in support of ship and cargo handling such as propellers and shafting, steering gear and deck cranes, or in support of ship services such as ballast water arrangements.

The Piping or Mechanical Field Engineer is a direct contributor to the safety of the work operations at the construction site. Since all safe work operations must begin with preplanning, the Field Engineer makes a direct contribution to safety by reviewing the planned work with safety in mind.

Air and Sounding SystemsMachinery Spaces• Air or overflow pipes internal are are normally required to be times the area of respective filling pipes for a tank.• Velocity in the air pipe is not to exceed 4 m/s when using one pump for one tank. Air and Sounding Systems Air and Sounding Systems Regulation 30 - Pumping, piping and discharge arrangement: 1 In every oil tanker, a discharge manifold for connection to reception facilities for the discharge of dirty ballast water or oil-contaminated water shall be located on the open deck on both sides of the ship.

02 Pipes and P&I claims 03 03 Basic information 04 04 Pipes and ship classification societies 05 05 Ships’ piping systems 08 06 Pipe design 19 07 Causes of pipe failure 22 08 Dealing with pipe failure 26 09 Pipe maintenance 27 10 Pipe repair 29 11 Do’s and. Established inthe management team has innumerable years of experience in shipboard maintenance and modernization.

The company's leadership is anchored by its founder Mr. Carl Spraberry who is well known in the industry through the advocacy organization he co-founded inthe American Maritime Modernization Association. His background. Sounding equipment is very useful on ships to find out the level of liquid in a tank.

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The crew should have good knowledge of equipment stowage location and accessibility. Any identified improvements to stowage arrangements should be implemented.

IDENTIFICATION FOR PIPING AND EQUIPMENT GENERAL INFORMATION This section applies to identification for HVAC, Plumbing and Fire Protection Systems. Provide labeling for all piping, ductwork and equipment. All labeling shall conform to ANSI A DESIGN REQUIREMENTS Pipe.

2 Introduction 3 Pipes and P&I claims 4 Basic information 5 Pipes and ship classification societies 8 Ships’ piping systems 13 Pipe design 16 Causes of pipe failure 20 Dealing with pipe failure 21 Pipe maintenance 23 Pipe repair 24 Do’s and Don’ts 25 Appendix I - Mechanical joints in common use 27 Appendix II - Pressure test procedure CONTENTS Image: Pipes with grip-type joints.

Material of Construction, Pumps - Centrifugal and Positive Rotary type, Glass Pipes and Fittings, plastic pipes and tubes, Welding of Sanitary Pipes and Fittings.

Design of Standard Pipe System for in place cleaning, Requirement of process equipment BASIC ENGINEERING Basic Engineering Package Process Kinetics   although plastic pipe had been introduced, its usage in shipbuilding was shipboard application would be the cargo oil system and the salt water clean ballast distributive systems Detail of Alternate 10” Pipe Hanger Arrangement of Suction Bellmouth Arrangement of Offset Suction Bellmouth.

Shipyard Industry. Standards. U.S. Department of Labor. Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA R. Cover photo from the American Shipbuilding Association. Title 46 is the portion of the Code of Federal Regulations that governs shipping within the United States for the United States Coast Guard, the United States Maritime Administration, and the United States Maritime is available in digital or printed form.

Title 46 and Title 33 of the Code of Federal Regulations are usually consulted by Classification societies, engineering firms. General arrangement drawings are also developed for individual equipments. These drawings present the main dimensions of that equipment using 2D views, top-view, side-view and sometimes front-view.

All the nozzles for concerned equipment are indicated on the equipment General Arrangement. The master of cargo ship is advised to use the checklist effectively, taking notice of the following matters: 1. The master should check the condition of his ship in accordance with “Checklist I” regularly, e.g.

once every month or every few months depending upon the ship‘s operating conditions, but at least once every three months. Bilge systems -Pumping and piping arrangements for modern cargo ships All cargo ships are provided with pumping and piping arrangements so that any watertight compartment or watertight section of a compartment can be pumped out when the vessel has a list of up to 5°, and is on an even keel.

For optimal pumping, it is essential before selecting the pump to have examined the pipe system very carefully as well as the liquid to be conveyed. Pipe systems have always special characterstics and must be closely inspected for the choice of the appropriate pump. Details as to considerations of pipe systems are given in Chapter 6, "Design of.

Ship Fitting/Unit Assembly B-2 B-6 B B B B Rigging C-9 C C Shipboard Electrical D-4, D, D, D D, D, D, This is especially true during the servicing of machinery, equipment, or systems where there is the potential for inadvertent startup or th e release of hazardous energy.

The complexity of these. repair of shipboard machinery and equipment (Cont) Interpretation of machinery drawings and handbooks (Cont) 2. Linework Relates examples of lines to applications and vice-versa Draws tangents as required in practice Demonstrates what is meant by: First-angle projection - Third-angle projection and sketches the correct symbol for both cases.

Basic Equipment Arrangement. The anchoring equipment is located on the forecastle, the most exposed place onboard. This requires an equipment design that is rugged but also ensures safe and relatively easy operation. Due to its exposed location, adherence to the equipment’s specified maintenance routines is important to ensure its ongoing.

Ballast pumps - Electric-driven pumps, usually vertically mounted and fitted with separate motor-driven priming -coupled designs have the pump rotor mounted on an extended motor shaft.

This can cause difficulties when there is a need to open up the pump, as the motor may also have to be dismantled to gain access. The representation and designation of all the equipment, instrumentation and piping should comply with the requirements of this Standard.

Auxiliary systems may be represented by rectangular boxes with reference to the separate diagrams. Dimensions of the graphical symbols for equipment and machinery (except pumps, drivers, valves.

Pipe sizes are standardized to reduce the numbers of pipe sizes. The tables give basic information for normal standard pipe sizes with flow and pressure.

All pipe sizes have been matched with a recommended non-welded connection technology while fulfilling Classification Society Standards. The chosen seals, valves and hose-assemblies are the ones. Rules for Classification and Construction III Naval Ship Technology 1 Surface Ships 1 Hull Structures and Ship Equipment Edition (3) For vessels of gross tons and over, no main suction piping shall be less than 2 1/2 inches internal diameter.

Branch piping need not be more than 4 inches and shall not be less than 2 inches in diameter except for drainage of small pockets or spaces in which case 1 1/2-inch diameter may be vessels less than gross tons no bilge suction shall be less than 1 1/2 inches.

The ship mooring system is an important installation for anchoring, the performance of ship mooring system affects the safety operation of the ship.

Hawse pipe arrangement is the most important part of the ship mooring equipment layout design, the hawse pipe layout will directly affect the feasibility and convenience of ship mooring system in use. Pre-Fabrication of Pipe Spools. Pipe spools are fabricated from a number of raw pipes and pipe fittings (e.g.

elbows, flanges, tees, etc.) in fabrication shops. Raw pipes are cut to the required sizes and moved with pipe fittings to a fitting table, where some of the components are.

The Basics of Pipes and Bends on Ships Page 6 In pipes, all the fittings can be matched by nominal size and schedule. For example a schedule 40 one inch pipe will have fittings specified by the same name.

These pipe fittings would not fit a 1” tube. Pipe is always round or cylindrical. Tubes may be square, rectangular and cylindrical.may be moved around the pipe by means of a hand driven ratchet lever or else a power driven machine is used to turn the pipe while the dies are held stationary.

The ratchet type dies are shown in Fig. 4 and the power driven threading machine in Fig. 5. Figure 4 Ratchet Pipe Dies (Courtesy of Ridge Tool Co.) Figure 5 Power Driven Threading Machine.9–97 Pipe Fittings 9–97 Taper Pipe Thread 9– Laying Lengths of Pipe with Screwed Fittings 9– Allowable Spaces for Pipes 9– Expansion of Pipe 9– Corrosion Resistance 9– Pipe Support Spacing 9– Gate, Globe, and Check Valves 9– Operation 9– Maintenance Methods 9– Formulas for Sizing Control Valves.

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