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DNVGL SHIP TECH I-1-5A

I-Rules for Classification and Construction Ship Technology Part 1-Seagoing Ships Chapter 5a-Supplementary Rules for Application of Steel with Yield Strength of 460 N/mm2 as well as Extremely Thick Steel Plates of Different Yield Strength

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Organization: DNVGL
Publication Date: 1 January 2016
Status: active
Page Count: 4
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General

The requirements for application of steel with yield strength of 460 N/mm2 as well as the requirements for extremely thick plates of different yield strength are provided in DNV GL Rules SHIP Pt.5 Ch.2 Sec.10.

Deviating from DNV GL Rules Pt.5 Ch.2 Sec.10 the fatigue assessment shall be carried in accordance with GL Structural Rules for Container Ships (I-1-5), Section 20.

Document History

DNVGL SHIP TECH I-1-5A
January 1, 2016
I-Rules for Classification and Construction Ship Technology Part 1-Seagoing Ships Chapter 5a-Supplementary Rules for Application of Steel with Yield Strength of 460 N/mm2 as well as Extremely Thick Steel Plates of Different Yield Strength
General The requirements for application of steel with yield strength of 460 N/mm2 as well as the requirements for extremely thick plates of different yield strength are provided in DNV GL Rules...
July 1, 2014
I-Rules for Classification and Construction Ship Technology Part 1-Seagoing Ships Chapter 5a-Supplementary Rules for Application of Steel with Yield Strength of 460 N/mm2 as well as Extremely Thick Steel Plates of Different Yield Strength
The application of hull structural steels with yield strength of 460 N/mm2 is limited to structural members of the upper hull of container ships. The implementation is associated with some...

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