CCS RULES FOR CONSTRUCTION AND CLASSIFICATION OF DIVING SYSTEMS AND SUBMERSIBLES
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The latest official release of the CCS issued rules applicable to construction and classification of the diving systems and submersibles. The content of the rulebook has been developed by the recognized experts in the field and shall be used for handling relevant classification activities and for providing safe, reliable and reasonable class standards for the above mentioned items with the ultimate intention to meet the associated demand in such areas as the marine exploitation and ship construction, as well as related manufacturing industries plus marine insurance.
The material of the book is divided in sixteen chapters. The first three chapters are mainly introductory and provide general provisions, information about classification and survey works, plans and documentation involved, and definitions used. The next chapters is devoted to the design of the pressure hulls while the following three are dealing with the viewports, materials used for construction and manufacture process itself.
The remaining chapters address the life support systems, machinery and equipment, piping and electrical installations, communication and navigation equipment, stability and buoyancy, handling systems, fire protection and firefighting arrangements, plus some additional requirements.
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