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DNVGL - DNV-RP-C204

Design Against Accidental Loads

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Organization: DNVGL
Publication Date: 1 November 2004
Status: inactive
Page Count: 53
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Introduction

This Recommended Practice deals with design to maintain the load-bearing function of the structures during accidental events. The overall goal of the design against accidental loads is to achieve a system where the main safety functions of the installation are not impaired.

The Recommended Practice has been developed for general world-wide application. Governmental legislation may include requirements in excess of the provisions of this Recommended Practice depending on type, location and intended service of the unit/installation.

The Design Accidental Loads and associated performance criteria are given in DNV-OS-A101. The Accidental Loads in this standard are prescriptive loads. This Recommended Practice may also be used in cases where the Design Accidental Loads are determined by a formal safety assessment (see DNV-OS-A101, Appendix C) or Quantified Risk Assessment (QRA).

The following main subjects are covered:

- Design philosophy

- Ship Collisions

- Dropped Objects

- Fire

- Explosions.

Document History

August 1, 2017
DESIGN AGAINST ACCIDENTAL LOADS
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October 1, 2010
DESIGN AGAINST ACCIDENTAL LOADS
Introduction This Recommended Practice deals with design to maintain the load-bearing function of the structures during accidental events. The overall goal of the design against accidental loads is...
November 1, 2004
Design Against Accidental Loads
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DNV-RP-C204
November 1, 2004
Design Against Accidental Loads
Introduction This Recommended Practice deals with design to maintain the load-bearing function of the structures during accidental events. The overall goal of the design against accidental loads is...

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