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This Code can be utilized as an entire set of complete necessities. It comprises requisites for the layout and development of high-speed craft working on overseas voyages, the gear which can be supplied and the stipulations for his or her operation and upkeep. the elemental target of the Code is to set degrees of security that are akin to these of traditional ships required through the foreign conference for the security of lifestyles at Sea, 1974, as amended, (SOLAS conference) and foreign conference on Load traces, 1966 (Load Line conference) by means of the applying of constructional and kit criteria along with strict operational controls.
Content:
• entrance topic
• Amendments
• aim of guide
• common assistance
• Preamble
• desk of Contents
1. basic reviews and requisites
2. Bouyancy, balance and Subdivision
three. constructions
four. lodging and get away Measures
five. Directional keep an eye on platforms
6. Anchoring, Towing and Berthing
7. hearth protection
eight. Life-Saving home equipment and preparations
nine. equipment
10. Auxiliary platforms
eleven. handheld remote control, Alarm and protection platforms
12. electric Installations
thirteen. Navigation gear
14. Radiocommunications
15. working Compartment structure
sixteen. Stabilisation platforms
17. dealing with, Controllability and function
18. Operational standards
• 19. Inspection and upkeep standards
Annexes
Appendices

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1 When the static stability curve is used, MC is determined by equating the areas under the curves of the capsizing and righting moments (or levers) taking rolling into account - as indicated by Figure 1, where θZ is the amplitude of roll and MK is a line drawn parallel to the abscissa axis such that the shaded areas S1 and S2 are equal. 2 When the dynamic stability curve is used, first an auxiliary point A must be determined. 02/Page 2 Fig 1 - Static stability curve Fig. 01/Page 3 Annex 6 - Methods Relating to the Intact Stability Investigation of Hydrofoil Craft heeling is plotted to the right along the abscissa axis and a point ‘A’' is found (see Figure 2).

2 Where a fuel transfer system is used for ballast purposes, the system should be isolated from any water ballast system and meet the requirements for fuel systems and the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships in force. 5 Cooling systems The cooling arrangements provided should be adequate to maintain all lubricating and hydraulic fluid temperatures within the manufacturer's recommended limits during all operations for which the craft is to be certificated. 6 Engine air intake systems Arrangements should provide sufficient air to the engine and should give adequate protection against damage as distinct from deterioration, due to ingress of foreign matter.

2 have successfully undergone, to the satisfaction of the Administration, evaluation and tests which are substantially equivalent to those recommendations. 1 The new and novel liferaft arrangement should maintain the same standard, as required by testing procedures, throughout the extended servicing intervals. 3 Service at intervals not exceeding five years should be carried out in accordance with the recommendations of the Organization. 2 should notify the Organization in accordance with regulation I/5(b) of the Convention.

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