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BENTE KOSAN

Ship Information Questionnaire


for Gas Carriers
1st Edition 2000

FORM - C

Oil Companies International Maritime Forum


Socitety of International Gas Tanker & Terminal Operators Ltd

TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION A
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
A8
A9
A10
A11
A12
A13
A14
A15
A16

SECTION B
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
B8
B9
B10
B11
B12
B13
B14
B15

GENERAL INFORMATION
Principal Ship Particulars
Hull Dimensions
Immersions
Loaded Particilars
Parallel Mid-body Dimensions
Bunker Capacities
Fuel Consumption Detailes
Main Engine Particulars
Auxiliary Plant
Power/Speed Information
Thrusters
Fresh Water
Ballast Capacities and Pumps
Mooring Equipment
Navigational Equipment
Communications Equipment

Page
2
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
9
9
10
10
10
11
13
15

CARGO SYSTEMS
Cargo - General Information
Cargo Tanks
Cargo Tank Capacities
Loading Rates
Discharging - General
Discharge Performance
Unpumpables
Vaporising Unpumpables
Reliquefaction Plant
Cooling Capacity
Cargo Temperature Lowering Capability (at sea)
Inert Gas
Cargo Tank Inerting/De-inerting
Gas Freeing to Fresh Air
Changing Cargo Grades

18
18
19
19
20
21
21
21
22
22
23
24
25
25
25

SECTION
B16
B17
B18
B19
B20
B21
B22
B23
B24
B25
B26
B27
B28

VI

Page
Deck Tank Capacities
Pre-Loading Cooldown
Vapouriser
Blower
Crago Re-Heater
Hydrate Control
Cargo Measurement
Cargo Sampling
Cargo Manifold
Cargo Manifold Reducers

26
26
26
27
27
28
28
29
30
31

Connections to shore for ESD and Communication System

Manifold Derrick/Crane
Store Handling

32
32

31

SECTION A

GENERAL INFORMATION

A1

PRINCIPAL PARTICULARS

1.1.

Date Questionnnaire Completed

23-Mar-07

1.2.

Name of Vessel

BENTE KOSAN

1.3.

LR/IMO Number

9196333

1.4.

Last Previous Name

1.4.1.

Date of Name Change

1.5.

Second Last Name Change

1.5.1.

Date of Name Change

1.6.

Third Last Name Change

Date of Name Change

1.7.

Fourth Last Name Change

1.7.1.

Date of Change

1.8.

Flag

Singapore

1.9.

Port of Registry

Singapore

1.10.

Official Number

392854

1.11.

Call Sign

S6BE4

1.12.

Inmarsat A or B Number

1.13.

Vessel's Telephone Number

356 540 010

1.14.

Vessel's Fax number

356 540 012

1.15.

Vessel's Telex Number

356 540 014

1.16.

Vessel's E mail Address

master.bentekosan@amosconnect.com

1.17.

Inmarsat C Number

456 540 010

1.18.

Vessel's MMSI Number

565 400 000

1.19.

Type of Vessel(1) Pressurised,


(2) Semi-Pressurised,
(3) Refrigerated,

Max Tank Pressure

Min Tank Temperature

1.77 Mpa

0 deg.C

OWNERSHIP AND OPERATION


1.20.

Registered Owner

Lauritzen Kosan A/S

Full Address

Sankt Annae Plads 28


DK-1291 Copenhagen K
Denmark

Office Telephone Number

Office Fax number

Office Telex number

Office E mail Address

Contact Person

Contact Person and


Telephone Number After Hours

Number of Years Vessel Owned


1.21.

Name of Operator (if Different from Above Unigas Kosan Ltd.


Full Address

1006 Lippo Centre Tower 2


89 Queensway, Admiralty
Hong Kong

Office Telephone number

852-3102-5577

Office Fax number

852-3102-0577

Office Telex Number

79145 EXCO HX

Office E mail Address

mail@unigas-kosan.com

Contact Person

Mr Jeremy Lee

Contact Person and


Telephone Number After Hours

852-3102-5577

1.22.

Number of Years As Vessel Operator

1.23.

Total Number of Vessel Operated


by this Operator

BUILDER
1.24

Builder

Murakami Hide Shipbuilding Co.,Ltd.

1.25

Name of Yard Vessel built at

Japan

1.26

Hull Number

S.No.502

1.27

Date Keel Laid

21st May.1998

1.28

Date Launched

27th Sept.1998

1.29

Date Delivered

08th Dec.1998

1.30.

Date of Completion of Major Hull Changes


(if any)

N/A

1.31

If Changes were made, what changes


were made and at which Yard
were they carried out

N/A

CLASSIFICATION
1.32

Classification Society

Class NK

1.33

Class Notation

NS* (18 kgf/cm3, 0 deg. C, Type II PG)


and MNS*

1.34

If Classification Society Changed,


Name of Previous Society

If Classification Society Changed,


Date of Changed

1.35
1.36

Was Ship built in Accordance With the


Following Regulations:IMO

1.37

Approval Received

YES

NO

YES

NO

USCG

NO

NO

YES

NO

RINA

YES

NO

YES

YES

Other (..)

YES

YES

YES

YES

IMO Certification
Certificate of Fitness -IGC

YES

NO

A328

YES

NO

A329

YES

NO

YES

NO

Letter of Compliance
Issued By
1.38.

Unattended Machinery Space Certificate


4

N/A

TONNAGES
1.39.

Net Registered Tonnage

1,062

1.40.

Gross Tonnage

3,540

1.41.

Suez Canal Tonnage

3,155.86

1.42.

Panama Canal Tonnage

3,032.00

A2 HULL DIMENSIONS
2.1.

Length Overall

99.92

2.2.

Length Between Perpendiculars

92.87

2.3.

Distance Bow to Bridge

75.20

2.4.

Diatance Bridge Front to Mid-Point Manifold

30.00

2.5.

Distance Bow to Mid-point Manifold

45.20

2.6.

Extreme Breadth

2.7.

Extreme Depth

2.8.

Summer Draught

2.9.

Corresponding Deadweight

2,854.42

tonnes

2.10.

Light Displacement

2,350.42

tonnes

2.11.

Loaded Displacement

5,204.84

tonnes

2.12.

Cargo Tank Cubic Capacity (100% full)

2.13.
2.14.

16.20

7.20

4.814

4,021.579

m3

Distance from Keel to Highest Point

33.45

Air Draught (with normal ballast)

29.20

A3 IMMERSION
3.1.

TPC - at Normal Ballast Draught


- at Loaded Draught (Summer)

11.8 tonnes @

3.8 m.draught

12.1 tonnes @

4.814 m.draught

A4 LOADED PARTICULARS
Complete the folloing table:
Cargo: N-Butane Propane Butadiene

VCM

4.1.
4.2.

Density:-

4.3.

Cargo

tonnes

4.4.

Bunkers - FO

tonnes

4.5.

- DO

Ballast
only
-

tonnes

4.6.

Fresh Water

tonnes

4.7.

Stores/Spares

tonnes

4.8.

Lub oil

tonnes

4.9.

Ballast

tonnes

4.10.

Deadweight

tonnes

4.11.

Draught

Forward

4.12.

Aft

4.13.

Mean

Remarks : The above figures shall be extracted from Stability Information Booklet.
Actual loadable cargo quantity to be refered to Damage Stability Booklet.
A5 PARALLEL MID-BODY DIMENSION

54.72 m

To aft PP

45.20 m

33.46 m
29.20m
LOADED DRAFT (4.814 m)
BALLAST DRAFT (4.32 m)

LOA

32.00
16.50
99.92

m
m
m

23.4
18.33
MANIFOLD

m
m

A6 BUNKER CAPACITIES
6.1

M.E.. Fuel Oil - Grade


-

6.2

Diesel Oil

Capacity@

HFO180-R.W.No.1 1500sec
98%

- Grade
Capacity@

473

MDO
98%

162

A7 FUEL CONSUMPTION DETAILS


7.1

At Sea (Normal Service Speed)

7.2

At Sea (Normal Service Speed)


while conditioning cargo
(for N2 Gen')

7.3

7.4

7.5

In Port,Loading

In Port, Discharging

In Port, Idle

- HFO-180

tonnes/day

- MDO

tonnes/day

- HFO-180

tonnes/day

- MDO

tonnes/day

- HFO-180

tonnes/day

- MDO

tonnes/day

- HFO-180

tonnes/day

- MDO

tonnes/day

- HFO-180

tonnes/day

- MDO

tonnes/day

(See also Consumption Graph on the following Page)

SPEED CONSUMPTION GRAPH

60

50
Consumption
(tonnes/day)

40

30

20

11

12

13

14

15
16
SPEED (Knots)

17

18

19

In the graph above, enter curves for both Loaded and Ballast conditions.
(if necessary, amended consumption and speed scales to suit)

A8 MAIN ENGINE PARTICULARS


8.1

Main Engine Make and Type

8.2

No.of Units

8.3

Maximum Continuous Rating (MCR) per


Engine
3300PS

Akasaka Diesel Limited


A41
1 set
@

230

8.4

Total Available Power

2063 kw

8.5

Normal Service Power

2063 kw

RPM

A9

AUXILIARY PLANT

9.1

Make and Type of Auxiliary Generators

9.2

No. of Units

9.3

Maximum Generator Output per unit

2 sets

1,200

9.4

Shaft Generator

9.5

Total Available Powe

9.6

Emergency Generat 2,400 RPM

9.7

Emergency Fire Pump


Type
Delivery Pressure
Motive Power
if Electrical, Indicate Power Required in Kw

9.8

Yanmar S165-DT

RPM

309

kilowatts

RPM

kilowatts

RPM

kilowatts
kilowatts

445

Volts

Steering Gear
Type

100

Volts

60

Hz

618

kilowatts

60

Hz

9.9

kilowatts

Engine driven contrifugal


30 m3/h x 50m
Engine driven

Electro-Hydraulic

Indicate Power Required in Kw


to Steer the Vessel with One Pump Unit

5.5 kw

A10 POWER/SPEED INFORMATION


10.1
10.2

Trial Data

BHP
MCR
Speed
Draught

10.2

Normal Service Speed BHP

MCR
Speed
Draught

RPM
knots
m
KW
RPM
knots
m

A11

THRUSTERS

11.1

Make and Type

11.2

No. Installed

11.3

Location and Rated Bollard Pull or Kw output

A12

FRESH WATER

12.1

Capacity of Distilled Tanks

12.2

Capacity of Domestic Tanks

12.3

Daily Consum - Distilled


- Domestic

12.4

A13

/
/

tonnes

149

tonnes
tonnes

about 6

Daily Evaporator Output

10

tonnes
tonnes

BALLAST CAPACITIES AND PUMPS


Complete the following table:
Tank

13.1
13.2
13.3
13.4
13.5

Capacity (m3 Number

Fore Peak
Wing or Side Tanks
Double Bottoms
Aft Peak
Other (Deep Tank.)

13.6

104.54
790.20
536.32
0
Total

1431.06

Remarks : Hopper Ballast Tanks to be entry in Wing Tanks column.

13.7

Ballast Pump Make and Type

13.8

No.of Pumps

13.9

Total Capacity

13.10. Location
13.11. Control Location

10

Centrifugal
2
each 210

m3/hr

Engine room
Engine room / Engine control room

A14
14.1

MOORING EQUIPMENT
ROPES AND WIRES
On the diagram below indicate the position of Which Mounted Wires (W) and Ropes (R)
together with Open (O) and Closed (C) Fairleads. Indicate also the position of mooring Bitts (B).
(O)

(C)

(C)

(C)

(O) (C)

(O)

(O)

(O)

(R)

(C)

(R)

(R)

(O)

(R)

(R)

(O)

(R)

(O)

(R)

(O)
(C)
(O)

(R)

(C)

(C)

(C)

Mooring Wire (On Drums)


No.

(O)

(O) (C)

Mooring Wire Tails

Dia Length MBL No. Type

Dia Length MBL

Forecastle
For'd Main Deck
Aft Main Deck
Poop
Mooring Ropes (On Drums)
No.
Forcastle

Type

Dia Length MBL

PE

55

200

359

PE

55

200

359

For'd Main Deck


Aft Main Deck
Poop

Other Mooring Lines


No.

Type

Dia Length MBL

PE

48

200

24

50

Mooring Wires not on Drums


Mooring Ropes not on Drums

Emergency Towing Wires (Fire Wires)

359

11

14.2

MOORING WINCHES
No. Serving Split
Motive
Heaving Brake Hauling
Single or Drums Power
Power Capacity Speed
Double (Yes/No)(eg Steam (tonnes) (tonnes) (m/min)
Drums
Hydraulic)
Forecastle

Double No

Hydraulic

15

15

Double No

Hydraulic

15

15

For'd Main Deck


Aft Main Deck
Poop

14.3

ANCHORS AND WINDLASSES


Windlass Motive Power (eg. Steam, Hydraulic)

Hydraulic

Hauling Power
Breke Holding Power
Anchor Type

tonnes

53.7

tonnes

Hall's patent anchor

Weight

tonnes

Is Spare Carried

YE

Cable Diameter

14.4

NO
46

No. of Shackles Port

No. of Shackles Starboard

mm

TOWING EQUIPMENT
Is Ship fitted with a Towing Bracket Aft

YES

NO

If Yes, state SWL

tonnes

Is Towing Chain provided

YES

Dimensions of Towing Wire - Diameter


- Length

14.5

NO
34

mm

190

WINDAGE
Windage on Ballast Draught

12

- End-on

760.00

m2

- Lateral

820.00

m2

A15 NAVIGATIONAL EQUIPMENT


Is the following equipment fitted:-

15.1.

Magnetic Commpass

YES

NO

15.2.

Off Course Alarm - Magnetic

YES

NO

15.3.

Gyro Compass

YES

NO

Specify Number

15.4.

Off Course Alarm - Gyro

YES

NO

15.5.

Bridge Repeaters

YES

NO

Specify Number

15.6.

Radar 3cm

YES

15.7.

Radar 10cm

15.8.

Are Radars Gyro Satbilished

15.9.

NO
NO

y YES

NO

Radar Plotting Equipment

YES

NO

15.10.

ARPA

YES

NO

15.11.

ECDIS (Electric Display and Information System)

YES

NO

15.12.

Depth Echo Sounder with Recorder

YES

NO

15.13.

Depth Echo Sounder without Recorder

YES

NO

15.14.

Speed/Distance Indicator

YES

NO

15.15.

Doppler Log

YES

NO

15.16.

Speed of Approach Doppler

YES

NO

15.17.

Rudder Angle Indicator

YES

NO

15.18.

Rudder Angle Indicator on Each Bridge Wing

YES

NO

15.19.

R.P.M. Indicator

YES

NO

15.20.

R.P.M. Indicator on Each Bridge Wing

YES

NO

15.21.

Controllable Propeller Pitch Indicator

YES

NO

15.22.

Thruster(s) Indicator

YES

NO

15.23.

Rate of Turn Indicator

YES

NO

13

15.24.

Radio Direction Finder

YES

NO

15.25.

NAVITEX Receiver

YES

NO

15.26.

G.P.S

YES

NO

15.27.

Transit SATNAV

YS

NO

15.28.

DECCA Navigator

YES

NO

15.29.

Omega

YES

NO

15.30.

Loran C

YES

NO

15.31.

Weather Fax

YES

NO

15.32.

Sextant(s)

YES

NO

15.33.

Signal Lamp ALDIS

YES

NO

15.34.

Anemometer

YES

NO

15.35.

Engine Order Recorder

YES

NO

15.36.

Course Recorder

YES

NO

15.37.

Are steering motor controls and engine controls fitted


on bridge wings

YES

NO

15.38.

Is Bridge Equipped with a "Dead Man" Alarm Equipment

YES

NO

15.39.

What chart outfit coverage is provided


Worldwide

YES

NO

Limited

YES

NO

If limited Please Indicate Area Covered

South East Asia

15.40.

Formal Chart Correction System in use

YES

NO

15.41.

Electronic Chart System in use.

YES

NO

15.21.

Controllable Propeller Pitch Indicator

YES

NO

15.22.

Thruster(s) Indicator

YES

NO

15.23.

Rate of Turn Indicator

YES

NO

14

A16

COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT
Is the following equipment fitted:-

16.1.

Main Transmitted Including Radio Telephone


Distress Frequency

16.2.

YES

NO

Main Receiver Including Radio Telephone Distress


Frequency

YES

NO

16.3.

Radio Telephone Distress Frequency Watch Receiver

YES

NO

16.4.

Main Radio Antenna

YES

NO

16.5.

Reserve Radio Antenna

YES

NO

16.6.

Are the Main and Recerve Installations Electrically


Separate and Electrically Independent of each other

YES

NO

16.7.

2182kHZ Bridge Auto Alarm

YES

NO

16.8.

Alarm Signal Generating Device

YES

NO

16.9.

VHF Radio(s)

YES

NO

Specify Number
16.10.

Portable VHF/UHF Radios


Specify Type and Number
Are Sets Intrindically Safe

16.11.

Inmarsat Satellite System


Specify System Type A,B or C

16.12.

Is the Ship Equipped as per GMDSS requirements


If yes, which area of operation is vessel
certified to operate in

2-sets
YES

NO

4-sets
YES

NO

B&C
YES

NO

YES

NO

A1 + A2 + A3

16.13.

EPIRB

YES

NO

16.14.

SARTS

YES

NO

16.15.

Emergency Lifeboat Tansmitter

YES

NO

16.16.

At least Three Survival Craft Two-Way


Radio Telephone Apparatus

YES

NO

16.17.

Full Set of Publications.

YES

NO

15

16

SECTION B

CARGO SYSTEM

17

B1
1.1.

CARGO - GENERAL INFORMATION


List Products Which the Ship is Certified to
Carry

Propylene, Propane, Butane,


Butadiene, VCM, B/P Mix,
Butylenes, Isoprene

Transport and Carriage Conditions


1.2.

Minimum Allowable Tank Temperature

1.3.

Maximum Permissible Tank Pressure

18

1.4.

List Grades which can be Loaded or


Discharged Simultaneously

One (1) Grade

1.5.

List Grades which can be Transported


Simultaneously

One (1) Grade

1.6.

Number of Products that can be Conditioned


by Reliquefaction Simultaneously

N/A

1.7.

State Natural Tank Segregations


(NB. Separation must be by the removal
of spools or the insertion of blanks)

N/A

B2

CARGO TANKS

Independent Type - "C"

2.1.

Type and materials of Cargo Tanks

2.2.

Maximum Allowable Relief Valve Setting

1.77 Mpa

2.3.

Safety Valve Set Pressure - if Variable Give


Filled Tanks

0.69 Mpa

2.4.

Maximum Vacuum

2.5.

Maximum Cargo Density

2.6.

Maximum Rate of Cool - Down

2.7.

State any Limitations Regarding Partially


Filled Tanks

2.8.

State Allowable Combinations of Filled and


Empty Tanks

18

Carbon Manganese Steel

0.948
N/A

kg/m3

No cargo tanks should be loaded more than 98%


liquid full at reference temperature.

B3

CARGO TANK CAPACITY


Complete the Following Table (for example)
Capacity m3

Tank

( 100%

N- Butane
Tonnes

Propane
Tonnes

VCM

Tonnes

Propylene Butadiene Butylene

Tonnes

Tonnes

Tonnes

MARVS (1.77 MPa)

2012.247

1017.0

68

868.0

54

1695.0

49

917.0

45

1103.0

63

1058.0

60

2009.332

1017.0

68

868.0

54

1695.0

49

917.0

45

1103.0

63

1058.0

60

Totals 4021.579
S.G

2034.0

1736.0

3390.0

1834.0

2206.0

2116.0

0.519

0.443

0.865

0.468

0.563

0.540

Remarks : Actual loadable quantity to be refered to Damage Stability Booklet.

The specific gravity of cargo at the highest temperature which the cargo
may reach upon the termination of loading, during the transport, or at the
discharging under the ambient design temperature condition, should be
depending on the ship's service route.

B4
4.1.

LOADING RATES
From Refrigereted Storege:

Product
4.2.

Butane

4.3.

Propane

4.4.

Ammonia

Rate (tonnes/hr)
With Vapour

Without Vapour

Return

Return

4.5.
4.6.
4.7.
4.8.

(To be entry in case of Re-Heater installed.)


From Pressure Storage:

Product

Rate (tonnes/hr)
With Vapour

Without Vapour

Return

Return

4.9.

Butane 0-30

360

250

4.10.

Propane

320

220

4.11.

10

300

210

4.12.

20

300

210

4.13.

30

280

200

4.14.

Special Remarks:

19

B5

DISCHARGING - GENERAL
Cargo Pumps

5.1.

Type of Pumps

5.2.

Number Per Tank

1 set

5.3.

Rate (per Pump)

300/250

5.4.

Delivery Head

110 / 120

5.5.

Maximum Density

Fixed deepwell pumps

0.948

m3/hr
mlc
kg/m3

Booster Pump
5.6.

Type of Pump

5.7.

Number Per Tank

5.8.

Rate (per pump)

5.9.

Delivery Head

5.10.

Maximum Density

m3/hr
mlc
kg/m3

Pumping Curves
Insert in the space below copies of Pumping Curves for Cargo Pumps and Booster pumps:

CARGO COMPRESSOR
5.11

Type

5.12

Number

2 set

5.13

Capacity (per unit)

460 m3/hr

5.14

Are they oil free?

Yes

20

Water cooled Stage Double Acting Oilless Compressor

B6

DISCHARGE PERFORMANCE
Full Cargo Discharge Times (using all main pumps):

6.1

Fully Refrigerated:

Manifold
Back Pressure
6.2

1 kP/cm2

6.3

5 kP/cm2

6.4

10 kP/cm2

Hours*
With Vapour
Return

Without Vapour
Return

* Indicate difference when manifold strainers are installed


6.5

Pressurized:

Mainfold
Back Pressure

Hours
With Vaopur
Return

Without Vapour
Return

6.6

1 kP/cm2

6.7

5 kP/cm2

Depending on

6.8

10 kP/cm2

Shore Condition

B7

UNPUMPABLES
Tank No.

Totals m3

Liquid

7.1

B8
8.1

VAPOURISING UNPUMPABLES
Process used
Time to Vapourise Liquid Unpumpables Remaining After Full Cargo Discharge:

8.2

- Propane

hrs

- Butane

hrs

- Ammonia

hrs

hrs

- .

hrs

- .

hrs
21

B9

RELIQUEFACTION PLANT

9.1.

Plant Design Condition -

Air Temperature

Sea Temperature

Plant Type
9.3.

Single Stage/Direct

YES

NO

9.4.

Two Stage/Direct

YES

NO

9.5.

Simple Cascade

YES

NO

9.7.

Coolant Type

Compressors
9.8.

Type and Makers Name

9.9.

Number

9.10.

Capacity (per unit)

9.11.

Are they Oil-Free

B10

m3/hr

YES

NO

COOLING CAPACITY
State Cooling Capacity (in kj/hr) for @ -42

Kcal/hr

@ -20

Kcal/hr

-5

Kcal/hr

10.4.

-5

Kcal/hr

10.5.

Kcal/hr

10.6.

Kcal/hr

10.1.

Propane

10.2.
10.3.

22

Butane

B11

CARGO TEMPERATURE LOWERING CAPABILITY


(AT SEA WITH SEA TEMPERATU + 15 )
Time taken to lower the temp. of:

11.1.

Propane from . . .

- 42

hrs

11.2.

5 to - 42

hrs

11.3.

- 38 to - 42

hrs

11.4.

+ 20 to -

hrs

11.5.

+ 10 to -

hrs

11.6.

Butane from + 20 to -

hrs

11.7.

+ 10 to -

hrs

11.8.

+ 10 to -

hrs

11.9.

from

to

hrs

11.10.

from

to

hrs

11.11.

from

to

hrs

11.12.

from

to

hrs

23

B12

INERT GAS
Main I.G. Plant

12.1.

Type of System

Nitrogen Generator

12.2.

Capacity

118 m3/hr @ 99.5% purity

12.3.

Type of Fuel Used

12.4.

Composition of I.G.
(O2 - Co2 - Co - Nox - N2)

12.5.

Lowest Dewpoint Achievable

Minus 65 DEG.C

12.6.

Used For

Cargo Grade Changes

Auxiliary I.G. or Nitrogen Plant


12.7.

Type of System

12.8.

Capacity

12.9.

Composition of I.G.
(O2 - Co2 - Co - Nox - N2)

12.10.

Lowest Dewpoint Achievable

12.11.

Used For

Nitrogen

m3/hr

Nitrogen for Tank padding to be mentioned in this section.

12.12.

Liquid Storage Capacity

m3

12.13.

Daily Boil-Off Loss

m3

12.14.

Maximum Supply Pressure

kP/cm2

12.15.

Supply Capacity

m3/hr

12.16.

Used For

12.17.

HP Nitrogen

24

Nm3

B13

CARGO TANK INERTING/DE-INERTING


(Experienced Data)

13.1.

Time taken From Fresh Air to Under 5% O2 at -25


Dewpoint

62

hrs

170

hrs

Time Taken From Cargo Vapour to Fully Inert at


- 25 Dewpoint when:
- I.G. Density less than Product

13.2.

- I.G. Density greater than Product

B14

hrs

GAS FREEING TO FRESH AIR


(Experienced Data)

14.1.

Plant Used

14.2.

Time Taken from Fully inert Condition to Fully


Breathable Fresh Air

B15

By Cargo Compressor

CHANGING CARGO GRADES

30

hrs

(Experienced Data)

In the table below, show the number of hours needed to change grades from the removal of
unpumpables to tanks fit to load. Also indicate quantity of inert gas consumed during the operation:

From

To

Propane

Butane

Time
I.G.Used Time
(hours)
(m3) (hours)

Ammonia

VCM

I.G.Used Time I.G.Used Time I.G.Used


(m3) (hours)
(m3) (hours)
(m3)

Propane
Butane
Ammonia
VCM
Note any operation that cannot be carried out at sea

* Restrictions may apply.


( To be mentioned in case of Not installed Inert Gas /Nitrogen Generator)

25

B16

DECK TANK CAPACITIES

16.1

Propane Capacity

m3

16.2

Butane Capacity

m3

16.3

Ammonia Capacity

m3

16.4

Maximum Allowable Relief Valve Setting

16.5

Lowest Permissible Temperature

16.6

Materials

B17

kP/cm2

PRE-LOADING COOLDOWN
In the table below,show time and quantity of coolant required to cooldown cargo tanks from
ambient temperature and fully gassed up state sufficient to allow loading to commence.

Product
17.1

Propane

17.2

Butane

17.3

Ammonia

17.4

VCM

B18

Quantity of
Coolant
Required (m3)

Time (hours)
With Vapour
Return Line

Without Vapour
Return Line

VAPORISER

18.1

Type of Vaporiser

18.2

Number Fitted

18.3

Capacity (per unit) - Propane

m3/hr Vapour

18.4

Liquid Supply Rate

m3/hr Liquid

18.5

Delivery Temperature

18.6

Capacity (per unit) - Ammonia

m3/hr Vapour

18.7

Liquid Supply Rate

m3/hr Liquid

18.8

Delivery Temperature

18.9

Capacity (per unit) - Nitrogen

m3/hr Vapour

18.10.

Liquid Supply Rate

m3/hr Liquid

18.11.

Delivery Temperature

26

B19

BLOWER

19.1

Type of Blower

19.2

Rated Capacity

m3/hr

19.3

Delivery Pressure

kP/cm2

B20

CARGO RE-HEATER

20.1

Type of Re-Heater

20.2

Number Fitted

20.3

Heating Medium

None

Discharge retes with sea water at 15 to raise


product temperature:
20.4

- for V.C.M from

14 to 0

m3/hr

20.5

- for PROPYLENE from 48 to 0

m3/hr

20.6

Cargo Heater Curve:

Seawater Density:
Back Pressure
:
28
26
24
22
20
Sea Water
Temperaure 18

16
14
12
10

50

100

150

200

250

Loading Rate tonnes/hr


Ammonia/Propane Dischar @

300

350

400

450

- 10

( In case of Pressurized Vessel to be changed to "LOADING")

27

B21

HYDRATE CONTROL

21.1.

Type of Depressant with Freezing Point Temperature

21.2.

Quantity of Depressant Carried

21.3.

Means of Injection

Litters

Any other system used

B22

CARGO MEASUREMENT
Level Gauges

22.1.

Are level gauges Loacal or Remote

22.2.

Manufacturer

Musashino Co., Ltd.

22.3.

Type

M-LMZ

22.4.

Rated Accuracy

1 cm

22.5.

Certifiying Authority

Class/Owner/Service Comp

LOCAL

REMOTE

Temperature Gauges
22.6.

Manufacturer

Hyoda Gauge Mfg. Co., Ltd.

22.7.

Type

S5.5-GT-M

22.8.

Rated Accuracy

22.9.

Certifiying Authority

0.1
Class/Owner/Service Comp

Pressure Gauges
22.10.

Manufacturer

Nagano Keiki

22.11.

Type

Bourdon's tube

22.12.

Rated Accuracy

22.13.

Certifiying Authority

Class/Owner/Service Comp

Oxygen Analyser (portable)


22.14.

Manufacturer

Riken Keiki

22.15.

Type

OX-62B

Lowest Level Measurable

Fixed Gas Analyser


22.16.

Manufacturer

Tokai seiki Co., Ltd.

22.17.

Type

TS-303-PS

22.18.

AreCargo Tank Calibration Table Available

22.19.

Measuring Compaany

22.20.

Certifiying Authority

22.21.

Calibration Calculated to cm

22.22.

Tables Established to cm

22.23.

Trim and List Corrections Available

YES

NO

22.24.

Temperature Correction Available

YES

NO

22.25.

Float Gauge Tape Corrections Available

YES

NO

28

cm

1 cm

YES

NO

1 mm
mm

B23
23.1.

CARGO SAMPLING
In the table below, indicate whether samples may be obtained from the levels specified:

Cargo Tank: Sample Level

Top
Middle
Bottom

23.2.

23.3.

Can samples be drawn from

- Tank Vapour Outlet

YES

NO

- Manifold Liquid Line

YES

NO

- Manifold Vapour Line

YES

NO

- Pump Discharge Line

YES

NO

State Connection Type and Size

3/8" coupling

29

B24

CARGO MANIFOLD
Complete the following table:
BOW

45.20 m

STERN 54.72 m

2 m 1.5 m

Notes

Pipe
Frange
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H

1. Indicate liquid, vapour and Nitrogene lines


2. Indicate pipe groupingd for separate system
3. Indicate fuel oil connections
4. Indicate flange rating
5. Show any cross manifolding arrangements
6. Indicate distances from centerline of manifold
7. Indicate if manifold strainers can be installed
if yes specify type and mesh

Duty

Rating

Vapor
Liquid
Vapor

ANSI #300
ANSI #300
ANSI #300

Size

5"
8"
5"

Raised (R) or
Flat (F) Face

R
R
R

b
a
a Height above uppermost

0.93

b Distance from ship's side

2.60

c Height above load W/L

2.42

LOAD W/L draft4.814 m

d Height above light W/L

4.83

LIGHT W/L

c = To be entry Summer L/L Condition.


d = To be entry Light Condition.

continuous deck

c
d

30

dra 2.41m

B25

CARGO MANIFOLD REDUCERS


State number of reducers carried on board and their
flange rating and size:

25.1.

ANSI Class 300

8 x 6,5,4,8
5 x 6,4 3,2

25.2.

ANSI Class 300 to Class 150

8 x 8,6,5,4,3
5 x 6,4,3,2

25.3.

ANSI Class 300 to JIS 20kg/cm2


JIS20kg/cm2 to ANSI 300Lbs
BLIND FLANGE ANSI 300Lbs

B26
26.1.

CONNECTIONS TO SHORE FOR ESD AND COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM


Is ESD connection to Shore available

YES

NO

Pneumatic

YES

NO

Electrical

YES

NO

Fibre Optic

YES

NO

If yes which of the following systems are fitted: -

26.2.

Type of Plug Used: Pneumatic


Electrical

Intrincically Safe Type.

Fibre Optic
26.3.

Is Hose or Cables Available on Board

YES

NO

Specify Length
Pneumatic
Electrical

30m

Fibre Optic
26.4.

Is Connection Available for Telephone Line

YES

NO

26.5.

Are Connections Available on Both Side of Vessel

YES

NO

31

B27

MANIFOLD DERRICK/CRANE

27.1.

I s Manifold Derrick Provided

YES

NO

27.2.

I s Manifold Crane Provided

YES

NO

27.3.

I s Lifting Equipment Same Port and Starboard

YES

NO

If No, give detailes


27.4.

State SWL at maximum Outreach

Porable cargo hose rollers available


STBD : 4ton/6M
PORT : 0.9ton

B28
28.1.

STORES HANDLING
Stores Crane/Derrick Location and SWL

Navigation Deck
0.9

32

tonnes