BS EN ISO 19019:2005, Sea-going Vessels and Marine Technology. Instructions for Planning, Carrying Out and Reporting Sea Trials. (eBook)

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November 2013

BS EN ISO 19019:2005, Sea-going Vessels and Marine Technology. Instructions for Planning, Carrying Out and Reporting Sea Trials. (eBook)

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ISO 19019:2005 provides ship owners, designers, shipbuilders and trial crew with basic instructions for the planning, carrying out and reporting of sea trials.

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ISO 19019:2005 provides general information for achieving a unified format for sea trials to be executed as identified in the contract.

ISO 19019:2005 is applicable to sea trials generally adopted for types of mechanically propelled vessels.

ISO 19019:2005 is not applicable to submarines.

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Title: BS EN ISO 19019:2005, Sea-going Vessels and Marine Technology. Instructions for Planning, Carrying Out and Reporting Sea Trials. (eBook)
Product Code: BS1013EA
ISBN: ISBN 13: 978-0-580-46141-5 (9780580461415), ISBN 10: 0-580-46141-6 (0580461416)
Published Date: November 2013

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