BV RULES FOR CLASSIFICATION OF STEEL SHIPS CONSOLIDATED EDITION 2020
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Check this latest release of the Bureau Veritas Rules for Classification of Steel Ships – note that this is the consolidated edition of the Rules featuring coverage of all relevant areas. The content of the document is arranged in six major sections. The first section, or Part A, provides introductory information on the classification of the ships and associated class surveys, while the second section is dealing with the ship’s hull and stability, including main principles applied to the design of the ships, design loads, scantlings and outfitting of the hull, strength, protection from corrosion etc.
The next section is covering such critical items as ship’s machinery, electrical arrangements, ship automation system and fire protection. The remaining three sections address the service notations assigned to the ships depending on their specific features, particularly ones for the OSV, i.e. offshore service vessels, and tug ships, as well as the additional classification notations that are assigned to the ship at the request of the owner and upon verification of compliance with the relevant sections of the Rules. A must-have publication on board all vessels classed by BV, one of the world leaders in the field of marine and offshore classification.
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