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BIS - IS 7363 - INLAND VESSELS - TEST AND TRIALS FOR HARBOUR TUGS Organization: BIS
Date: 1993-01-01
DNVGL-CG-0155 - FULL SCALE TESTING OF ESCORT VESSELS Organization: DNVGL
Date: 2016-02-01
Description: The notation Tug(Escort (FS,t,v)) means that the escort tug is capable of providing a continuous transverse steering force of FS tonnes to the towing wire used to control the assisted vessel while proceeding at a forward speed of v knots.
ABS - 90 - GUIDANCE NOTES ON THE APPLICATION OF FIBER ROPE FOR OFFSHORE MOORING Organization: ABS
Date: 2011-08-01
Description: These Guidance Notes applies to fiber ropes used in the mooring system of both permanent and temporary offshore installations such as: • Monohull Based FPSOs • Semi-Submersible Based FPUs • Mobile Offshore Drilling Units (MODUs) • Drill-Ships • Spar Platforms • CALM Buoys Therefore, these Guidance Notes should be used in conjunction with the latest ABS publications as follows: i) ABS Rules for Building and Classing Mobile Offshore Drilling Units (MODU Rules) ii) ABS Rules for Building and Classing Single Point Moorings (SPM Rules) iii) ABS Guide for Building and Classing Floating Production Installations (FPI Guide) iv) ABS Guide for Certification of Offshore Mooring Chain (Chain Guide) These Guidance Notes are not intended to cover general marine applications of fiber ropes, such as berthing and mooring lines at piers and harbors, towing hawsers on tugs, mooring hawsers on Single Point Moorings (SPMs) and Tension Leg Platform (TLP) tendons.
NATO - ANEP-70 VOL I - GUIDANCE FOR NAVAL SURFACE SHIPS MISSION ORIENTED MANOEUVRING REQUIREMENTS - VOLUME I - ED 1 Organization: NATO
Date: 2003-09-01
Description: Examples are the tactical concept of Surface ships conducting their own mine avoidance ”in-stride” with operations, the use of manoeuvres in missile and torpedo defence and signature reduction, and the need for naval ships to be more independent of harbour/tug assistance when leaving or entering ports or other confined waters.

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