BS MA 97:1984, ISO 6812-1983, Specification for roll on / roll off ship-toship connection: interface between terminals and ships with straight stern/bow ramps  (eBook)

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May 2012

BS MA 97:1984, ISO 6812-1983, Specification for roll on / roll off ship-toship connection: interface between terminals and ships with straight stern/bow ramps (eBook)

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Specifies certain major dimensions and principles of design. To make full use of this Standard, a Port Authority needs to make a thorough investigation as to the class of ramp required to suit the types of ship expected.

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Although this Standard does not take into account Ro/Ro terminals used in specialized ferry services, Port Authorities are advised to consider this Standard when building such terminals, to avoid expensive alterations later, if the terminal is then opened to other ships.

Title: BS MA 97:1984, ISO 6812-1983, Specification for roll on / roll off ship-toship connection: interface between terminals and ships with straight stern/bow ramps (eBook)
Product Code: BS1008EA
ISBN: ISBN 13: 978-0-580-13938-3 (9780580139383), ISBN 10: 0-580-13938-7 (0580139387)
Published Date: May 2012

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