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  • TrainingReport2012ABGShipyardltdThis report includes the ship building basics an dealswith the basic and point to point description ofelectronics and mechanical equipments and othersystems installalled in ship, it deals with basically twoships,i.e 202 coast guard ship,Y-240 130T Bollard pullAHTSABG SHIPYARD LtdMAGDALLA PORT SURATGUJARAT395007Telephone: (0261) 2725191Fax: (0261) 2726481
  • July 17, 2012 ABG SHIPYARD LTDABG SHIPYARD Ltd | MAGDALLA PORT SURAT GUJARAT395007Trainingreport2PRODUCTS102M Side Loader / Newsprint / Container Ship –Lys Blink Lys Line (Oslo - Norway)83.5M DP2, Diesel Electric Propulsion DivingSupport Vessel – CCC Pioneer ConsolidatedContractors International S.A.L. (Abu Dhabi –UAE)26 Meter High Speed Aluminium InterceptorVessel - Indian Coast Guards47Metre 80 ton Bollard Pull MPV –LamnalcoColibriLamnalco Group Sharjah (UAE)60.8M DP1 Diving Support Vessel – Al HuwailaHalul Offshore Co. (Doha - Qatar)56 M Well Test / DP2 Supply Vessel - Al ShaheenAl Mansoori Sharjah (UAE)80M 2500 DWT Self Loading/Unloading BulkCement Carrier–(Gujarat Ambuja Cement Ltd.)77.9M 2250 DWT Mini Bulk
  • July 17, 2012 ABG SHIPYARD LTDABG SHIPYARD Ltd | MAGDALLA PORT SURAT GUJARAT395007Trainingreport3ACKNOWLEDGEMENTI take the pleasure to introduce the training report in “ABG SHIPYARD LTD”. I takethis opportunity to express our sincere thanks and deep sense of gratitude to our guide MR. B.SCHANDRA SHEKHAR for imparting me valuable guidance during the preparation of thisreport. He helped us by solving many doubts and suggesting many references.We thank electrical team of ABG Shipyard Ltd who helped us during our training period.I would also like to thank the electrical department of UNIT II,those who were working in 222,asMr mehul and Mr Manish guided me.I would also like to thank Nazir sir,as he is the only person through which I came to know aboutwork in ABG shipyard.
  • July 17, 2012 ABG SHIPYARD LTDABG SHIPYARD Ltd | MAGDALLA PORT SURAT GUJARAT395007Trainingreport4ABSTRACTThis project report presents the design, function & principle of all the electronicand communication equipments which are used on the vessel for thecommunication.Marine electronics devises are as follows: RADAR (RADIO DETECTING &RANGING), MF/HF BAND COMMUNICATION DEVICE, RECEIVINGNAVTAX, VHF (VERY HIGH FREQUNCY) Tx AND Rx DEVICE, SPEEDLOG, ECO SOUNDER, GYRO COMPASS, GPS (GLOBAL POSITIONINGSYSTEM), GDSS MARINE PORTABLE RADIO, INMASAT WITH SSAS(SHIPSECURITY ALERT SYSTEM, ECDIS(ELECTRONIC CHART DISPLAYINFORMATION SYSTEM) and etc.Along with this, the preparation of Load Analysis to arrive the optimum capacityof Generators for vessel is also done. The number of Generators to be installedshall be decided considering the Load Analysis, Classification Rules and OwnersContract Specification requirements. When preparing Load Analysis, the variousoperational conditions of the vessel viz., vessel on Voyage, during Manoeuvring,in harbour etc., are taken into consideration.
  • July 17, 2012 ABG SHIPYARD LTDABG SHIPYARD Ltd | MAGDALLA PORT SURAT GUJARAT395007Trainingreport5Indian Shipbuilding - Current ScenarioIndia has close to 32 shipyards including those owned by CentralGovernment, State Government, and Defence Ministry, listed and privatelyheld. The following chart summarises the Indian shipbuilding industry, interms of ownership of shipyards.INDIAN SHIPBUILDINGGovernment Controlled Private SectorCentral GovernmentStateGovernmentPublicListedPrivatelyHeldMinistry ofSurfaceTransportMinistry ofDefence1. CochinShipyard2. HindustanShipyard3. HooghlyDock1. MazagonDock2. GoaShipyard3. GardenReachShipyard1. AlcockAshdown2. ShalimarWorks1. ABGShipyard2. BharatiShipyard3. PipavavShipyardAbout 22:some of theleading onesare L&T,Chowgule,Tebma,Dempo,Shoft etc.
  • July 17, 2012 ABG SHIPYARD LTDABG SHIPYARD Ltd | MAGDALLA PORT SURAT GUJARAT395007Trainingreport6knowledge about the general layout of a ShipBoat = ShipAft = BackPort = Left SideStarboard = Right SideForward = FrontFloor = Deck
  • July 17, 2012 ABG SHIPYARD LTDABG SHIPYARD Ltd | MAGDALLA PORT SURAT GUJARAT395007Trainingreport7A detailed idea about the names and functions of the parts andsections of a ShipAnchor: A device, usually made of steel, used to hold a ship against themovement of current, tide, and wind.Ballast tank: A watertight compartment used to hold ballast.Baseline: An imaginary horizontal line, drawn throughout the moldedhull of the vessel, often the keel, from which vertical distances may bemeasured.Bilge: A section between the bottom and the side of the vessel; thelowest part of the vessel into which water drains.Bilge keel: A vane mounted on the outside of a ship at the turn of thebilge perpendicular to the hull to reduce rolling effect.Bridge house: A part of the upper superstructure of a ship, where theofficer’s quarters, staterooms, and accommodations are located.Pilothouse is located above it.Bow Thruster: A bow thruster or stern thruster is a transversalpropulsion device built into, or mounted to, either the bow or stern, of aship or boat, to make it more maneuverable. Bow thrusters make
  • July 17, 2012 ABG SHIPYARD LTDABG SHIPYARD Ltd | MAGDALLA PORT SURAT GUJARAT395007Trainingreport8docking easier, since they allow the captain to turn the vessel to port orstarboard side, without using the main propulsion mechanism whichrequires some forward motion for turning. A stern thruster is of the sameprinciple, fitted at the stern. Large ships might have multiple bowthrusters and stern thrusters.Bulbous Bow: The purpose of bulbous bow is to change the nature ofthis bow wave to reduce the drag it induces on the hull The bulbous bowcreates its own wave that is farther forward and "out of phase" with thenatural bow wave created by the hull, effectively subtracting from thenormal bow wave and reducing its drag-inducing effect.Bulk carrier: Ships, which are designed to carry bulk cargo such ascoal, ore, grain, etc.Bulkhead: A vertical partition which sub divides the interior of a shipinto compartments or rooms. Bulkheads, which contribute to the strengthof a vessel, are called strength bulkheads. Those, which contribute forwatertight subdivision, are called watertight bulkheads. Gastightbulkheads serve to prevent the passage of gas or fumes.
  • July 17, 2012 ABG SHIPYARD LTDABG SHIPYARD Ltd | MAGDALLA PORT SURAT GUJARAT395007Trainingreport9Centerline (Longitudinal): A vertical center line between fore and aftsides dividing the ship into two symmetrical halves.Chock: A cut piece of plating used to terminate a structural shape at itsend or to support a structural shape. Used under Motors for shipsrunning on DG and Thruster. This is to allow permissible movement tothe motors during operation.Cofferdam: Narrow void space between two bulkheads or floors toprevent leakage between the adjoining compartments; also usedfor insulation purposes.Crane: A device for lifting and moving heavy weights by means of amovable projecting arm and a horizontal beam.
  • July 17, 2012 ABG SHIPYARD LTDABG SHIPYARD Ltd | MAGDALLA PORT SURAT GUJARAT395007Trainingreport10Deck: A horizontal surface in a ship. It is the plating, planking, orcovering of any tier beams in either the hull or the superstructure of aship. Decks are usually designated by their location, as boat deck, bridgedeck, upper deck, main deck, etc. Decks at various levels serve differentfunctions; they may be either watertight decks, strength decks, or simplycargo and passenger accommodation decks.Diesel Engine: A diesel engine (also known as a compression-ignitionengine) is an internal combustion engine that uses the heat ofcompression to initiate ignition to burn the fuel, which is injected intothe combustion chamber.Diesel Generator: A diesel generator is the combination of a dieselengine with an electrical generator (often an alternator) to generateelectrical energy. Diesel generating sets are used in places withoutconnection to the power grid, as emergency power-supply if the gridfails.Double bottom: Compartment at the bottom of a ship between innerbottom and the shell plating, mostly used for ballast water, fresh wateror fuel oil.Engine room: The place on board a ship, where main propulsion andauxiliary machinery of a ship are located.
  • July 17, 2012 ABG SHIPYARD LTDABG SHIPYARD Ltd | MAGDALLA PORT SURAT GUJARAT395007Trainingreport11Erection: The connection of all the subassemblies, blocks and outfitunits of a ship, either on slip ways or any other building position.Fender: A device made of wood or rubber built or hung over around theside of a ship to prevent the shell plating from rubbing or chafing aroundother ships or piers.Frame: A term used to designate one of the transverse members the riblike part of the skeleton of a ship. The frames act as stiffeners holdingthe outside plating in shape and maintaining the transverse form of theship.Frame spacing (Transverse): The fore and aft distance, heel to hell orweb to web, of adjacent transverse frames, depending on the shape orframe used.Funnel: A chimney through which combustion products are lead frompropulsion and auxiliary machinery to the weather.Galley: A cook room or kitchen of a ship.Girder: A large strengthening member to support horizontal or verticalloads. It is larger than a longitudinal or stiffener.Hold: The large space below the main deck for the stowage of cargo.
  • July 17, 2012 ABG SHIPYARD LTDABG SHIPYARD Ltd | MAGDALLA PORT SURAT GUJARAT395007Trainingreport12Hull: The hull is the main body of the ship below the main outside deck.The hull consists of an outside covering (or skin) and an insideframework to which the skin is secured. The skin and framework areusually made of steel and secured by welding. However, there may stillbe some areas where rivets are used. The steel skin may also be calledshell plating.
  • July 17, 2012 ABG SHIPYARD LTDABG SHIPYARD Ltd | MAGDALLA PORT SURAT GUJARAT395007Trainingreport13LIST OF CLASSIFICATION SOCIETIESINTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OFCLASSIFICATION OF SOCIETY American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) Bureau VERITAS (BV) China Classification Society (CCS) Det Norske VERITAS (DNV) Germanic her Lloyds (GL) Korean register of Shipping (KRS) Lloyd’s Register (LR) Nippon Kaiji Kayokai (NKK) Russian Maritime register of Shipping (RMSR) Indian Register of Shipping (IS)
  • July 17, 2012 ABG SHIPYARD LTDABG SHIPYARD Ltd | MAGDALLA PORT SURAT GUJARAT395007Trainingreport14WARTSILA 6.6MW 50HZ 10500V DIESEL GENERATOR SETSEngine:WARTSILAModel:16V25 Number of Cylinder:16 In Vee Fuel: DieselBore & Stroke:250x300 mmOutput:3680 KW Speed:1000 RPMDimension:9500x2500x3200 mm Weight:43000 kgsAlternator:ABB Model:HSG 710LR6Output:4125 KVA / 3300 KW Voltage:10500 VFrequency:50 HZ Speed:1000 RPMInsulation:F ClassWeight:12,200 kgsSeries No.:4549052
  • July 17, 2012 ABG SHIPYARD LTDABG SHIPYARD Ltd | MAGDALLA PORT SURAT GUJARAT395007Trainingreport15High performance sealing for Marine Propulsion& associated systems• Propeller shaft
  • July 17, 2012 ABG SHIPYARD LTDABG SHIPYARD Ltd | MAGDALLA PORT SURAT GUJARAT395007Trainingreport16• Azimuth & tunnel thrusters• Propeller blades• Rudders & steering gear• StabilizersUNIT II222- COAST GUARD SHIP.CLASSIFICATION1A1-OIL REC-HELI DK (SHF)-FIFI-DYNPOS AUTS- Eo -SF-CRANE-ICS.1A1 - Vessel for which periodical surveys are stipulated in relation tospecial (main) periodical survey intervals of 5 years.OILREC - Vessel for occasional handling, storage and transportation ofoil with flash point below 60ºC recovered from a spill of oil inemergency situations.DYNPOS Vessel with dynamic positioning systemsE0 - Machinery of craft fitted with instrumentation and automationequipmentSF - Implies classification of stability and floatability
  • July 17, 2012 ABG SHIPYARD LTDABG SHIPYARD Ltd | MAGDALLA PORT SURAT GUJARAT395007Trainingreport17CRANE - Vessel withpermanent cranes,when lifting operationsare not a main purposeICS - Integratedcomputer system.UNIT II222- COAST GUARDSHIP.Indian Coast Guard Ship, pollution Control Vessel (PCV) of its kind in the entireSouth East Asia was built indigenously by M/s ABG Shipyard Limited, Surat.. TheShip is equipped with the most advanced and sophisticated Pollution response andcontrol equipment for mitigating oil spills in the Indian EEZ. The special featuresinclude an Integrated Platform Management System (IPMS), Power ManagementSystem (PMS, High Power External Fire Fighting System and one indigenousCRN 91 Gun Mount along with fire control system.”The Infra Red SurveillanceSystem” installed onboard is an additional capability for the ship’s crew to detecttargets in the night. The vessel is designed to carry 01 twin engine ALH/Chetakhelicopter, 05 High Speed Boats, 04 Water Scooters for search& rescue, maritimelaw enforcement, EEZ surveillance, high speed interdiction and marine pollutionresponse missions.
  • July 17, 2012 ABG SHIPYARD LTDABG SHIPYARD Ltd | MAGDALLA PORT SURAT GUJARAT395007Trainingreport18The ship is 95 Mtrs long, draws 4300 tons and is propelled by 3000KW twindiesel engines whose power are further enhanced by twin shaft generators formaximum speed of 21 Knots. At economical speed, it has an endurance of 6500nautical miles and can stay at sea for 20 days.The Ship is manned by 10 officers and 100 men are specialized in variousstreams for smooth running of the Ship, and undertaking maritime challengeskeeping the best traditions of the Service.Post commissioning, the ship has been based at Mumbai under theadministrative and operational command and control of the Commander CoastGuard Region (West).
  • July 17, 2012 ABG SHIPYARD LTDABG SHIPYARD Ltd | MAGDALLA PORT SURAT GUJARAT395007Trainingreport19Location of antenna on wheel house top andmain masti. VHF 1 DSC ANTENNA.ii. MF/HF DSC ANTENNA.iii. NAVTEX ANTENNAiv. WEATHER FAXv. GPS ANTENNAvi. VHF Tx/Rx ANTENNA.vii. WIND SENSOR.viii. MF/HF Tx ANTENNA.ix. MF/HF COUPLER.x. SAT C ANTENNA.xi. VHF DSC 2 ANTENNA.xii. VHF Tx/Rx ANTENNA.xiii. A/S ANTENNA.xiv. EPIRB.xv. C4 SCAN FOR DP SYSTEM.xvi. DGPS ANTENNA FOR DP SYSTEM.xvii. MAGNETIC COMPASS.xviii. V-SAT ANTENNA.
  • July 17, 2012 ABG SHIPYARD LTDABG SHIPYARD Ltd | MAGDALLA PORT SURAT GUJARAT395007Trainingreport20xix. RADAR X-BAND.xx. RADAR S-BAND.Global Maritime Distress Safety SystemThe system is intended to perform the following functions:i. Alerting (including position determination of the unit in distress),ii. search and rescue coordination,iii. locating (homing),iv. maritime safety information broadcasts,v. general communications,vi. bridge-to-bridge communications.Components of GMDSSi. Emergency Position-Indicating Radio Beacon(EPIRB)ii. NAVTEXiii. Inmarsativ. High Frequencyv. Search and Rescue Locating devicevi. Digital Selective Calling
  • July 17, 2012 ABG SHIPYARD LTDABG SHIPYARD Ltd | MAGDALLA PORT SURAT GUJARAT395007Trainingreport21Emergency Position-Indicating Radio Beacon(EPIRB)A modern EPIRB is a sophisticated device that contains:A 5-watt radio transmitter operating at 406 MHz or at 0.25-watt radiotransmitter operating at 121.5 MHzA GPS receiver.Once activated, both of the radios start transmitting. Approximately24,000 miles (39,000 km) up in space, a GOES weather satellite ina geosynchronous orbit can detect the 406-MHz signal. Embedded in thesignal is a unique serial number, and, if the unit is equipped with a GPSreceiver, the exact location of the radio is conveyed in the signal as well.If the EPIRB is properly registered, the serial number lets the CoastGuard know who owns the EPIRB. Rescuers in planes or boats canhome in on the EPIRB using either the 406-MHz or 121.5-MHz signal.Older EPIRBs did not contain the GPS receiver, so the GOES satellitereceived only a serial number. To locate the EPIRB, another setof satellites (like the TIROS-N satellite) orbiting the planet in alow polar orbit could pick up the signal as it passed overhead. Thiswould give a rough fix on the location, but it took several hours for asatellite to come into range.
  • July 17, 2012 ABG SHIPYARD LTDABG SHIPYARD Ltd | MAGDALLA PORT SURAT GUJARAT395007Trainingreport22NAVTEXNavtex is an international, automated system for instantly distributingmaritime safety information (MSI) which includes navigationalwarnings, weather forecasts and weather warnings, search and rescuenotices and similar information to ships. A small, low-cost and self-contained "smart" printing radio receiver is installed on the bridge, orthe place from where the ship is navigated, and checks each incomingmessage to see if it has been received during an earlier transmission, orif it is of a category of no interest to the ships master. The frequency oftransmission of these messages is 518 kHz in English, while 490 kHz issometime used to broadcast in a local language. The messages are codedwith a header code identified by the using single letters of the alphabetto represent broadcasting stations, type of messages, and followed bytwo figures indicating the serial number of the message. Forexample: FA56 where F is the ID of the transmitting station, A indicatesthe message category Navigational warning, and 56 is the consecutivemessage number.
  • July 17, 2012 ABG SHIPYARD LTDABG SHIPYARD Ltd | MAGDALLA PORT SURAT GUJARAT395007Trainingreport23Search and Rescue Locating deviceThe GMDSS installation on ships include one Search and RescueLocating device called Search and Rescue Radar Transponders (SART)which are used to locate survival craft or distressed vessels by creating aseries of twelve dots on a rescuing ships 3 cm radar display. Thedetection range between these devices and ships, dependent upon theheight of the ships radar mast and the height of the Search and RescueLocating device, is normally about 15 km (8 nautical miles). Oncedetected by radar, the Search and Rescue Locating device will produce avisual and aural indication to the persons in distres
  • July 17, 2012 ABG SHIPYARD LTDABG SHIPYARD Ltd | MAGDALLA PORT SURAT GUJARAT395007Trainingreport24X-BAND RADARS-BAND RADAR BY RATHEON ANSCHUTZLatest Navigation Technology for efficient collision avoidance. With itsSynapsis Radars Raytheon Anschütz presents one of the most sensitiveradars even under rough weather conditions. Brilliant performance goeshand in hand with ease of use and installation.The intelligentfunctionality of Synapsis Radars exceeds the basic IMO (InternationalMaritime Organisation) standards and provides effective supportconcerning collision avoidance. The Synapsis Chart Radar additionallyincreases the efficiency during watch keeping by displaying chartsparallel to the radar image. A large PPI and a clear structured display ofall control functions and status indications allow the user to concentrateon navigational tasks
  • July 17, 2012 ABG SHIPYARD LTDABG SHIPYARD Ltd | MAGDALLA PORT SURAT GUJARAT395007Trainingreport25Transceivers and AntennasVariety of combinations with transceivers and antennas:10 kW transceivers with 6 ft X-Band flat-profile antenna25 kW transceivers with 8 ft X-Band flat-profile antenna30 kW transceivers with 12 ft S-Band flat-profile antenna The BlackBox version comprises radar processor unit, operator panel, trackballand on/off switch. It is connectable to the latest TFT (Thin FlimTransistor) color display technology and therefore integrable into yard’sconsole or usable for retrofit purposes. Day and night colours• Large number of standard interfaces• USB interface for external units or updating by USB stick• CAN Bus (Controller Area Network)• VGA(video graphics array) video output to add remote display• Digital VDR(Voltage Data Recorder) interface .• Alarm output via NMEA(National Maritime Electronics Association)• Connection to gyro or GPS, via NMEATarget Trails: also available in relative mode, help to clarify trafficsituations ARPA: Automatic tracking / plotting of up to 70 targets,offers full control even indense traffic ARPA functionality remainsavailable in different display modes e.g. when switching from north-upto head-upAntenna sensitivity controls incl .manual or automatic anti-clutter
  • July 17, 2012 ABG SHIPYARD LTDABG SHIPYARD Ltd | MAGDALLA PORT SURAT GUJARAT395007Trainingreport26Controls Echo Expansions: enlarges tiny, nearby targets Own ship dataprovided by several sensors Target association of ARPA and AIStargets, to avoid the presentation of two full targets symbols for the samephysical target. The function can be enabled or disabled. If the AIS andradar information become sufficiently different, the association iscancelled and two targets are displayed, no alarm is raised. Chart radarConditions Cursor information in radar video range To combat cluttercaused by rain, the Synapsis Radar offers, apart from the common FTCfunction the well-proven and patented Raytheon RainRate© function,which measures the actual rain attenuation and applies continuousfiltering. User settings: The Synapsis Radar allows easy storage ofup to 5 different user settings.The operators benefit from reducedworkload and optimised display settings to improve operational safety.SeaScout supports the navigator finding a save way and avoidingsituations of possible collision. The new function analyses themovement of the plotted objects and determines in which areas thedanger causes by a possible crash is exceptional high. These areas aredisplayed as a hatched field. If the navigator avoids these so-called “NoGo Areas”, he navigates most probably on a safe route. SeaScout showstrue zones (in relation to other true objects e.g. chart underlay, buoys,true marks, traffic separation zones, nav lines). The function TrialManoeuvre cooperates perfectly with SeaScout. If within TrialManoeuvre just the course is changed, The results are already included
  • July 17, 2012 ABG SHIPYARD LTDABG SHIPYARD Ltd | MAGDALLA PORT SURAT GUJARAT395007Trainingreport27in the displayed Go / NO Go Areas of SeaScout. Altering speed anddelay in the trial manoeuvre now shows its influence within SeaScoutand gives the operator a more comprehensive overview about the trafficsituation and possible solutions.AISAIS targets can be displayed on the radar video, detailed informationon targets can be shown on request and alarms for lost or dangerous AIStargets will be generated. It is possible todisplay up to 3 targets: AIS identifier no., status, course, speed,distance, true bearing, closest point of approach, and time toclosest point of approach. The type of AIS symbol shows if it isa sleeping target, a normal target, a selected target, a dangeroustarget or a lost target.• AIS (Automatic Identification System) Display of AIS targets,additional information to provide a better overview of traffic situation.• ECDIS/GPS Display route coming from ECDIS/GPS• ARCP-Panel (Autopilot Remote Control Panel) Autopilot operationdirectly from radar workplace• SENC-Data (System Electronic Navigation Chart-Data)Input of selected chart symbols from Raytheon Anschütz ECDIS• Synapsis Conning Synapsis Radar w/19" , Integrated interswitch for upto three displays and two 25 or 30 kW and one 10 kW transceivers.
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