NR467 Rules for Steel Ships Main Changes Edition January 2021 . 1/7 . Main changes in BV Rules for Steel Ships . Main changes in Bureau Veritas Rules for the Classification of Steel Ships . January 2021 . edition, into force on January 1, 2021, regarding the previous edition (July 2020) are described as follows. Rules History . July 2021 edition NR490 Rules for the classification of crew boat Marine NR467 Rules for the classification of steel ships. NR600 Hull structure and arrangement for the classification of cargo ships less than 65m and non-cargo ships less than 90m. NR566 Hull arrangement, stability and systems for ships less than 500 GT. Check other Bureau Veritas rules
This Rule Note contains the requirements for the determination of the hull scantlings and structure arrangement applicable to cargo ships with length less than 65 m and non-cargo ships with length less than 90 m, built in steel, aluminum, or composite materials. For the purpose of NR600, cargo ships are defines as ships carrying cargoes, having a dead weight greater than 30% of the total displacement, RULES FOR CLASSIFICATION Ships Part 3 Hull Chapter 3 Rules for classification:Ships DNVGL-RU-SHIP Pt.3 Ch.3. Edition July 2017 Page 9 Structural design principles DNV GL AS Table 1 gives specified yield stress and tensile strength for rolled steels generally used in construction of For other ship types, the application of this steel is considered on a RULES FOR CLASSIFICATION Ships1.1.1 For ships with class notation CSR, separate requirements replace Ch.1 to Ch.13. Ch.14 and Ch.15 apply to all ships. 1.1.2 These rules apply to mono hull ships constructed of welded steel structures and composed of stiffened plate panels. Application of these rules will be specially considered for ships with different hull arrangement,
Updated in accordance with the existing requirements given in Rules for Construction and Classification of Steel Ships (Main Rules) . 1.5 Register of Ships 1.6 Liability 1.7 Audits and assessments by external 2.2 Material factor k for steel . 2.3 Grades of steel . Section 3 :Structural Aluminium Alloy . Rules for the Classification of Steel ShipsBureau Veritas Group as may be specified in the relevant contract, and whose main activities are Classification and Certification of ships or offshore units. 2.14 Unit means any ship or vessel or offshore unit or structure of any type or part of it or system whether linked TYPE APPROVAL CERTIFICATE4.1 - BV Rules for the Classification of Steel Ships and IEC 60947-5-1 4.2 - BUREAU VERITAS Environmental Category,EC Code:31/41 4.3 - Approval also valid for ships to be granted with the notations:AUT-UMS, AUT-CCS, AUT-PORT and AUT-IMS.
4.1 - Bureau Veritas Rules and Regulations for the Classification of Steel Ships. 4.2 - Approval valid for ships intended to be granted with the following additional class notations:AUT-UMS, AUT-CCS, AUT-PORTand AUT-IMS. 4.3 -Bureau Veritas Environmental Category, EC Code:31 5. PRODUCTION SURVEY REQUIREMENTS: TYPE APPROVAL CERTIFICATEBUREAU VERITAS Rules for the Classification of Steel Ships. EN 61779-1/4, EN 45544-1/2. Page 1 / 3 Certificate number:21999/A0 BV File number:AP 4011 Product code:3793H This certificate is not valid when presented without the full attached schedule composed of 7 sections veristar TYPE APPROVAL CERTIFICATE This certificate is issued to TYPE APPROVAL CERTIFICATEBureau Veritas Rules for the Classification of Steel Ships. Page 1 / 5 Certificate number:21623/C0 BV File number:AP 3763 Product code:2592I This certificate is not valid when presented without the full attached schedule composed of 7 sections veristar TYPE APPROVAL CERTIFICATE
Bureau Veritas is one of the world's leading training organisations. The Marine Division proposes a wide range of training courses dealing with several aspects of ship's design, rules and regulations, ship's in operation and ISM and ISPS certification. The training services are built upon the skills gained from more than 180 years of experience Rules for the Classification of Steel ShipsBureau Veritas Group as may be specified in the relevant contract, and whose main activities are Classification and Certification of ships or offshore units. 2.14 Unit means any ship or vessel or offshore unit or structure of any type or part of it or system whether linked