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  • RULES FOR BUILDING AND CLASSING

    STEEL BARGES JULY 2019

    American Bureau of Shipping Incorporated by Act of Legislature of the State of New York 1862

    © 2019 American Bureau of Shipping. All rights reserved. 1701 City Plaza Drive Spring, TX 77389 USA

  • RULES FOR BUILDING AND CLASSING

    STEEL BARGES

    CONTENTS PART 1 Conditions of Classification (Supplement to the ABS Rules

    for Conditions of Classification)........................................................ 1 CHAPTER 1 Scope and Conditions of Classification............................. 1

    PART 3 Hull Construction and Equipment......................................................9 CHAPTER 1 General............................................................................ 10 CHAPTER 2 Hull Structures and Arrangements...................................23 CHAPTER 3 Equipment......................................................................116 CHAPTER 4 Testing, Trials and Surveys During Construction - Hull..140 CHAPTER 5 Safety Requirements for Barges with Personnel........... 154

    PART 4 Barge Systems and Machinery.......................................................162 CHAPTER 1 Machinery, Piping and Electrical Systems..................... 163

    PART 5 Specific Barge Types.......................................................................181 CHAPTER 1 Dry Cargo Barges.......................................................... 182 CHAPTER 2 Tank Barges...................................................................204 CHAPTER 3 Other Barge Types.........................................................271

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  • P A R T

    1 Conditions of Classification (Supplement to the ABS Rules for Conditions of Classification)

    CONTENTS CHAPTER 1 Scope and Conditions of Classification............................................ 1

    Section 1 Classification (1 January 2008)......................................... 2 Section 2 Classification Symbols and Notations (1 January

    2008)..................................................................................3 Section 3 Rules for Classification (1 January 2008).......................... 6 Section 4 Submission of Plans.......................................................... 7

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    1 C H A P T E R 1 Scope and Conditions of Classification

    CONTENTS SECTION 1 Classification (1 January 2008).......................................................... 2

    SECTION 2 Classification Symbols and Notations (1 January 2008)................. 3 1 Unrestricted Service....................................................................... 3 3 Classification Designations (2015)................................................. 3

    3.1 Barge................................................................................. 3 5 Notations (2015)............................................................................. 3

    5.1 Oil Tank Barge................................................................... 3 5.3 Fuel Oil Tank Barge........................................................... 3 5.5 Chemical Tank Barge.........................................................3 5.7 Liquefied Gas Tank Barge (2015)...................................... 3 5.9 Tank Barge.........................................................................3 5.11 Independent Tank Barge....................................................4 5.13 Pressure Tank Barge......................................................... 4 5.15 Fuel Oil or Chemical Tank Barge....................................... 4 5.17 Fuel Oil and Chemical Tank Barge.................................... 4 5.19 Oil or Chemical Tank Barge............................................... 4 5.21 Oil and Chemical Tank Barge............................................ 4 5.23 ITB Barge (2015)............................................................... 4 5.25 Oil Spill Recovery Barges (OSR-S1, OSR-C1, OSR-

    S2 or OSR-C2).................................................................. 4 5.27 Crane CRC Barge (2015).................................................. 4 5.29 Pipe Laying Barge (2015).................................................. 4 5.31 Cable Laying Barge (2015)................................................4 5.33 Accommodation Barge (2015)........................................... 5 5.35 Machinery.......................................................................... 5

    7 Dual and Multi Purpose Barges .....................................................5

    SECTION 3 Rules for Classification (1 January 2008)..........................................6 1 Application...................................................................................... 6

    1.1 General.............................................................................. 6 1.3 Safety Requirements for Barges with Personnel............... 6

    3 Interpretation...................................................................................6

    SECTION 4 Submission of Plans............................................................................7 1 Hull Plans (2011)............................................................................ 7 3 Loading Conditions.........................................................................7 5 Machinery Plans (2011).................................................................. 8

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    1 C H A P T E R 1 Scope and Conditions of Classification

    S E C T I O N 1 Classification (1 January 2008)

    The requirements for conditions of classification are contained in the separate, generic ABS Rules for Conditions of Classification (Part 1).

    Additional requirements specific to steel barges are contained in the following Sections of this Part.

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    1 C H A P T E R 1 Scope and Conditions of Classification

    S E C T I O N 2 Classification Symbols and Notations (1 January 2008)

    A listing of Classification Symbols and Notations available to the Owners of vessels, offshore drilling and production units and other marine structures and systems, “List of ABS Notations and Symbols” is available from the ABS website “http://www.eagle.org”.

    The following notations are specific to steel barges.

    1 Unrestricted Service Barges which have been built to the satisfaction of the ABS Surveyors to the full requirements of the Rules, or to their equivalent, where approved by the Committee for unrestricted ocean service will be classed and distinguished in the Record by the symbols ✠A1 followed by the appropriate designation, such as Oil Tank Barge, Fuel Oil Tank Barge, etc., indicating compliance with the requirements of the Rules.

    3 Classification Designations (2015)

    3.1 Barge For all barges not falling under the categories of 1-1-2/5.1 through 1-1-2/5.33 of this Supplement to the ABS Rules for Conditions of Classification (Part 1), a note will be included in the Record describing the primary function of the barge such as deck cargo barge, bulk cargo barge, etc. Design review and survey are to be carried out in accordance with the applicable Rule requirements for the intended service and primary function of the barge and Classed as such.

    5 Notations (2015)

    5.1 Oil Tank Barge Barge intended to carry petroleum products with a flash point at or below 60°C (140°F) (closed cup test).

    5.3 Fuel Oil Tank Barge Barge intended to carry petroleum products with a flash point above 60°C (140°F) (closed cup test).

    5.5 Chemical Tank Barge Barge intended to carry dangerous chemicals, such as those indicated in 5-2-4/1.9.

    5.7 Liquefied Gas Tank Barge (2015) Barge intended to carry liquid gases such as those indicated in Section 5-2-5.

    5.9 Tank Barge Barge intended to carry liquids in bulk not covered by other classification designations of this Part.

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  • 5.11 Independent Tank Barge Barge intended to carry cargo in independent tanks with a working pressure below 2.06 bar (2.1 kgf/cm2, 30 psi) and not covered by other classification designations of this Part.

    5.13 Pressure Tank Barge Barge intended to carry cargo in independent tanks with a working pressure at 2.06 bar (2.1 kgf/cm2, 30 psi) or above and not covered by other classification designations of this Part.

    5.15 Fuel Oil or Chemical Tank Barge Barge intended to carry petroleum products or dangerous chemicals, but not at the same time, as stated in 1-1-2/5.3 and 1-1-2/5.5 of this Supplement to the ABS Rules for Conditions of Classification (Part 1).

    5.17 Fuel Oil and Chemical Tank Barge Barge intended to carry petroleum products and dangerous chemicals, at the same time, as stated in 1-1-2/5.3 and 1-1-2/5.5 of this Supplement to the ABS Rules for Conditions of Classification (Part 1).

    5.19 Oil or Chemical Tank Barge Barge intended to carry petroleum products or dangerous chemicals, but not at the same time, as stated in 1-1-2/5.1 and 1-1-2/5.5 of this Supplement to the ABS Rules for Conditions of Classification (Part 1).

    5.21 Oil and Chemical Tank Barge Barge intended to carry petroleum products and dangerous chemicals, at the same time, as stated in 1-1-2/5.1 and 1-1-2/5.5 of this Supplement to the ABS Rules for Conditions of Classification (Part 1).