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NPFC - UDI-A-23022 - SCHEDULES, SHIP CONSTRUCTION Organization: NPFC
NAVY - NAVAIR 13680.2 - (AIR-3.9.1) NEW SHIPS CONSTRUCTION OUTFITTING PROGRAM AND REFUELING COMPLEX OVERHAUL PROGRAM DEPOT LEVEL REWORK OF SUPPORT EQUIPMENT END ITEMS Organization: NAVY
Date: 2003-04-29
Description: To establish policy, assign responsibilities and provide procedures within Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) for the management and execution of depot level rework of New Ships Construction Outfitting Program (NSCOP) And Refueling Complex Overhaul (RCOH) Program Support Equipment (SE) end items.
NAVY - MS18279 REV A CANC - TYPICAL TITLE BLOCK FOR SHIP CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS Organization: NAVY
Date: 1979-04-04
NAVY - MS18280 REV A CANC - OPTIONAL TITLE BLOCK FOR SHIP CONSTRUCTION DRAWINGS Organization: NAVY
Date: 1979-04-04
NPFC - MIL-L-2595 - LUMBER,SOFTWOOD,CEDAR,WHITE; FOR SHIP CONSTRUCTION Organization: NPFC
NPFC - MIL-L-2037 - LUMBER, OAK, WHITE AND RED, FOR SHIP AND BOAT CONSTRUCTION Organization: NPFC
Date: 1990-08-21
Description: This specification covers white and red oak lumber for ship and boat construction, including bending for boat and ship frames or for parts requiring bends of similar severity.
NPFC - MIL-L-2594 - LUMBER, SHIP AND BOAT CONSTRUCTION, CEDAR, MAHOGANY, AND DOUGLAS FIR Organization: NPFC
Date: 1988-03-14
Description: This specification covers high quality lumber of Port Orford cedar, Alaska yellow cedar, Douglas fir, and the species commercially known as mahogany, suitable for ship and boat construction. Lumber conforming to this specification is intended for use in construction and repair of naval wood craft.
MODUK - DEF STAN 00-133: PART 3 - AVIATION ARRANGEMENTS IN SURFACE SHIPS: DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION AND PROVISION (FLIGHT DECK) - ISSUE 2: 08/2015 Organization: MODUK
Date: 2015-08-21
Description: The scope of Part 3 of Defence Standard 00-133 is to provide the requirements for the design, construction and provision of flight deck arrangements on surface ships. These requirements thereby define the scope and boundary of the ship-air interface.
MODUK - DEF STAN 00-133: PART 2 - AVIATION ARRANGEMENTS IN SURFACE SHIPS: DESIGN CONSTRUCTION AND PROVISION AVIATION SERVICES AND COMPARTMENTS - ISSUE 2: 08/2015 Organization: MODUK
Date: 2015-08-21
Description: The scope of Part 2 of Defence Standard 00-133 is to provide the requirements for the design, construction and provision of aviation services and compartments on surface ships. These requirements thereby define the scope and boundary of the ship-air interface.
SAC - GB/T 12926-91 - TERMINOLOGY FOR SHIP TECHNOLOGY--SHIP CONSTRUCTION QUALITY INSPECTION Organization: SAC
Date: 1991-05-22
NAVY - OPNAVI 4700.8 - (N9) TRIALS, ACCEPTANCE, COMMISSIONING, FITTING OUT, SHAKEDOWN, AND POST SHAKEDOWN AVAILABILITY OF U.S. NAVAL SHIPS UNDERGOING CONSTRUCTION OR CONVERSION Organization: NAVY
Date: 2012-07-16
Description: This instruction applies to trials, acceptance, commissioning, fitting out, shakedown, and PSA of U.S. naval ships undergoing construction or conversion of non-nuclear ships. Additionally, this instruction will apply to reactivation of units of the inactive inventory whenever reactivation involves modernization and or conversion.
NAVY - OPNAV 4700.8K - (N9) TRIALS, ACCEPTANCE, COMMISSIONING, FITTING OUT, SHAKEDOWN, AND POST SHAKEDOWN AVAILABILITY OF U.S. NAVAL SHIPS UNDERGOING CONSTRUCTION OR CONVERSION Organization: NAVY
Date: 2014-10-15
Description: This instruction applies to trials, acceptance, commissioning, fitting out, shakedown, and PSA of U.S. naval ships undergoing construction or conversion of non-nuclear ships. Additionally, this instruction will apply to reactivation of units of the inactive inventory whenever reactivation involves modernization and or conversion.
NAVY - MIL-P-0066B - PLYWOOD; FLAT-PANEL; FOR BOAT AND SHIP CONSTRUCTION Organization: NAVY
Date: 1953-07-20
SNAME - 3-48 - STUDY OF CABLE SPLICING TECHNIQUES FOR MODULAR SHIP CONSTRUCTION Organization: SNAME
Date: 1990-01-01
ASTM F1455 - STANDARD GUIDE FOR SELECTION OF STRUCTURAL DETAILS FOR SHIP CONSTRUCTION Organization: ASTM
DNVGL SHIP TECH I-1-3 - I-RULES FOR CLASSIFICATION AND CONSTRUCTION SHIP TECHNOLOGY PART 1-SEAGOING SHIPS CHAPTER 3-ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS - EDITION JULY 2016 Organization: DNVGL
Date: 2017-01-01
Description: Scope and application These Construction Rules apply to electrical and electronic equipment on seagoing ships, classified by Germanischer Lloyd (GL).
DNVGL SHIP TECH I-1-1 - I-RULES FOR CLASSIFICATION AND CONSTRUCTION SHIP TECHNOLOGY PART 1-SEAGOING SHIPS CHAPTER 1-HULL STRUCTURES - EDITION JANUARY 2016 Organization: DNVGL
Date: 2016-07-01
Description: General Application Unless specially mentioned in specific Sections, the requirements of the Sections of this Chapter apply to all seagoing steel ships classed 100A5 whose breadth to depth ratio is within the range common for seagoing ships and the depthH of which is not less than: L / 16 for unlimited range of service and RSA (200) (Restricted Service Area) L / 18 for RSA (50), RSA (20) L / 19 for RSA (SW) Smaller depths may be accepted if proof is submitted of equal strength, rigidity and safety of the ship. Ships deviating from the Construction Rules in their types, equipment or in some of their parts may be classed, provided that their structures or equipment is found to be equivalent to the Society's requirements for the respective class.
DNVGL SHIP TECH I-1-10 - I-RULES FOR CLASSIFICATION AND CONSTRUCTION SHIP TECHNOLOGY PART 1-SEAGOING SHIPS CHAPTER 10-REFRIGERATING INSTALLATIONS - EDITION 2000 Organization: DNVGL
Date: 2000-11-01
Description: The safety requirements of these Rules also apply to refrigerating installations not subject to classification, provision refrigerating installations and air conditioning refrigerating installations; see also the Rules for Seagoing Ships, Chapter 2, Section 1, D.13.
DNVGL SHIP TECH I-1-4 - I-RULES FOR CLASSIFICATION AND CONSTRUCTION SHIP TECHNOLOGY PART 1-SEAGOING SHIPS CHAPTER 4-AUTOMATION - EDITION 2013 Organization: DNVGL
Date: 2013-05-01
Description: Scope and Application These Construction Rules apply additionally to automated machinery systems on seagoing ships, classified by Germanischer Lloyd (GL), which have one of the Class Notations in the Class Certificate relating to the machinery system as listed under E.
DNVGL SHIP TECH I-5-2 - I-RULES FOR CLASSIFICATION AND CONSTRUCTION SHIP TECHNOLOGY PART 5-UNDERWATER TECHNOLOGY CHAPTER 2-MANNED SUBMERSIBLES - EDITION 2009 Organization: DNVGL
Date: 2009-11-01
Description: The requirements for the necessary control and supply systems as well as the required systems for launch, recovery and stowage aboard of the support ship are summarized in Section 17. As submersibles are to be understood: Manned, non-military, autonomous, non-autonomous or independent, free-floating vehicles, including their mating and supply systems for life support.

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