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Chemical Tanker Operations for the STCW Advanced Training Course
£213.75

Chemical Tanker Operations for the STCW Advanced Training Course

BCDI003

This publication is a comprehensive guide to chemical tanker cargo operations. It is an essential reference point for serving officers and managers, as well as those undertaking advanced training as required by the STCW Convention. Fully illustrated throughout with colour photographs and annotated diagrams, it covers topics such as international regulations, cargo handling and hazards, environmental protection, emergency response, safety management, tank cleaning and ship design and equipment.

Container Ships. Guidelines for Surveys, Assessment and Repair of Hull Structures (IACS Rec 84)
£118.75

Container Ships. Guidelines for Surveys, Assessment and Repair of Hull Structures ...

BIACS005

This is a guide to the survey, assessment and repair of the hull structures of container ships (defined as a ship constructed with a single deck, double side skin tanks, passageways and double bottom in the cargo space area, which carries cargo in containers in the cargo holds, on deck and on hatch covers).

It includes information on:

Class survey requirements
the technical background for surveys
planning, preparing and executing surveys.

It also includes visual examples of structural deterioration and damages related to each structural area (including details of issues to be aware of, possible causes and recommended repair methods).

Double Hull Oil Tankers: Guidelines for Surveys, Assessment and Repair of Hull Structures
£213.75

Double Hull Oil Tankers: Guidelines for Surveys, Assessment and Repair of Hull Structures

BIACS006

This manual (REC. 96) gives guidelines for a double hull oil tanker which is constructed primarily for the carriage of oil in bulk. It includes a review of survey preparation guidelines. This book illustrates examples of structural deterioration and damage, and highlights what to look for, possible cause and recommended repair methods. The guidelines focus on the IACS Member Societies' survey procedures but may also be useful in connection with survey/examination schemes of other regulatory bodies, owners and operators. This manual has been developed using the best information currently available. It is intended only as guidance in support of the sound judgement of Surveyors, and is to be used at the Surveyors' discretion. This book includes a review of survey preparation guidelines, which cover the safety aspects related to the performance of the survey, the necessary access facilities, and the preparation necessary before the surveys can be carried out. The survey guidelines encompass the different main structural areas of the hull where damages have been recorded, focusing on the main features of the structural items of each area. An important feature of the manual is the inclusion of the section which illustrates examples of structural deterioration and damages related to each structural area and gives what to look for, possible cause, and recommended repair methods, when considered appropriate.

Design of Propulsion and Electric Power Generation Systems
£69.95

Design of Propulsion and Electric Power Generation Systems

BIME004

This book provides a wealth of information on the design of propulsion and electric power generation systems, including the underlying science, focusing primarily on marine systems engineering. It is the ideal study guide for university and high school students as well as a source of reference for marine engineers for the daily application of physical principles to practical problems. The book sets out the fundamental principles of marine engineering and then discusses propulsion and electric power, energy conversion, power plant concepts, main machinery, diesel engines, gas turbines, electrical components, propellers, matching propulsion engine to propeller, and ship fuel consumption and exhaust emission. Written by Hans Klein Woud and Douwe Stapersma, the book is based on some 30 years of practical experience with the design of machinery systems, mainly for naval ships. Both authors have worked on the design of propulsion, electric power generation and auxiliary systems for frigates, submarines and patrol ships. They have lectured on marine engineering at the Delft University of Technology and at the Royal Netherlands Naval College.

Marine Low Speed Diesel Engines
£23.75

Marine Low Speed Diesel Engines

BIME008

This publication discusses the design and operation of crosshead-type marine diesel engines. It covers basic design of the two-stroke cycle crosshead engine, engine construction, monitoring and control, engine selection and installation, engine operation, maintenance and electronically controlled engines. The book is written in a clear and concise manner with supporting line drawings. It will be a useful study guide for those studying for certificates of competency as well as a source of reference for practising marine engineers. This book considers the general principles of marine low speed diesel engines and provides examples of engine parts from the three different engine designs to aid understanding of construction, operation, selection and maintenance. Line drawings are used to illustrate fundamental differences in the components between different designs. The book contains a detailed chapter on engine construction. It describes the design and purpose of key engine components, together with their maintenance requirements and common malfunctions. There is a separate chapter on safety, additional engine systems, monitoring and control. This highlights the potential hazards (and the necessary safeguards) of fire, explosion, hotspots, oil mists and excessive noise. General guidance is provided on engine selection, installation, operation, maintenance and emission control.

Course Criteria for Electronic Chart Display and Information Systems (ECDIS) Simulator Training
£37.99

Course Criteria for Electronic Chart Display and Information Systems (ECDIS) Sim ...

BMNTB023

This document provides the requirements for Electronic Chart Display and Information Systems (ECDIS) certification, set out in Chapter II of the 1978 STCW Convention, as amended. It also includes corresponding sections of the STCW Code.

The specifications described in this document have been developed by the Merchant Navy Training Board (MNTB) and the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA). The book contains training outcomes, success criteria, guidance on simulator exercises and relevant paragraphs of the STCW Code, against which seafarers can assess their competence in operational use of ECDIS.

ISGOTT International Safety Guide for Oil Tankers and Terminals
£365.95

ISGOTT International Safety Guide for Oil Tankers and Terminals

BOCIMF021

Effective management of health, safety and environmental protection is critical to the tanker industry. This sixth edition of ISGOTT has been revised and updated by industry experts to provide essential guidance on current technology, best practice and legislation. It remains the definitive reference document for the safe operation of oil tankers and the marine terminals they visit.

This sixth edition has been updated by OCIMF and ICS together with the International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH). Support has also been provided by other industry associations including INTERTANKO, the Society of International Gas Tanker and Terminal Operators (SIGTTO) and the Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel (SGMF).

The book covers a range of topical issues including gas detection, the toxicity and toxic effects of petroleum products (including benzene and hydrogen sulphide), the generation of static electricity and stray currents, fire protection and the growing use of mobile electronic technology. Many areas of the book have been reappraised and new topics, such as cyber security, have been added.

The Ship/Shore Safety and Bunkering Operations Checklists have also been revised to reflect changes in the understanding of the impact of human factors on their effective use. The layout of the book has been significantly improved to make it easier to navigate, with the addition of coloured sections and tabs. The text is supported throughout with new and updated illustrations.

Cargo Notes
£23.95

Cargo Notes

BSEA002

Studying for any Certificate of Competency can be a daunting task, not made easier by the need to plough through weighty textbooks and legislative publications. Cargo Notes provides a comprehensive and usable alternative, covering the key sections of the Cargo Syllabus for Deck Officers/OOW and summarising all relevant legislation and codes.

A handy, usable guide for anyone studying towards a certificate of competency, Cargo Notes is a comprehensive guide to the key sections of the cargo syllabus for Deck Officers/OOW.

Split into two sections covering both dry and liquid and gas cargoes, Cargo Notes provides key points and summaries on all relevant Legislation and Codes and an Operational Overview for all of the main cargo types, from Bulk Carriers, RoRos, Reefers and Containers through to Tankers and Liquefied Gas Carriers.

Chemical Tanker Notes
£23.95

Chemical Tanker Notes

BSEAM008
This book covers a wide range of topics combined with a wealth of the authorís personal experiences relevant to all classes of chemical tanker. Areas covered include voyage planning, tank cleaning, loading, conditions of carriage, discharge and ballasting.
Tanker Safety Training - Liquefied Gas
£279.95

Tanker Safety Training - Liquefied Gas

BSEAM009

This title offers comprehensive detail on the bulk transport at sea of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), liquefied natural gas (LNG) and chemical gases, as well as aspects of various cargo handling systems. It includes a chapter on cargo calculations, ensuring ships’ crew are aware of correct loading quantities prior to cargo operations.

This book provides an assessment of gases, including their hazards and properties, before considering all stages of LPG and LNG operations. A detailed overview of STS operations is also included.

Processes such as reliquefaction and gassing-up are illustrated by 3D models, a beneficial visual aid to those in preparation and operation of modern gas carrying ships, or in operation of a related shore facility. The guidance concludes with a consideration of general emergency procedures, including the principal hazards on gas carriers.



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