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Cargo Tank Venting &
Inert Gas System &
Equipment
On board cargo equipment 2
Inert Gas System Introduction
On board cargo equipment 3
Introduction to Inert Gas System
 Introduction
 Flammability
 Flammable Range
 Effect of In...
On board cargo equipment 4
On board cargo equipment 5
On board cargo equipment 6
Suppression of Flammability by IG
On board cargo equipment 7
Suppression of Flammability by IG
On board cargo equipment 8
Effect of Oxygen on Flammable Range
On board cargo equipment 9
Inert Gas Definitions
On board cargo equipment 10
Inert Gas Must On Tankers
 Required Under Regulation 60 of SOLAS
 For All Petroleum Tankers ...
On board cargo equipment 11
Inert Gas Production
On board cargo equipment 12
Inert Gas System
 Flue Gas Uptake Valves
 Scrubber
 I.G. Fans (Blowers)
 Gas Regulating Va...
On board cargo equipment 13
Inert Gas System Layout
On board cargo equipment 14
Inert Gas System Flow Sheet
On board cargo equipment 15
Inert Gas Lay Out
On board cargo equipment 16
Inert Gas Layout System
From
Flue Gas Uptake
On board cargo equipment 17
Deck Distribution of Inert Gas System
On board cargo equipment 18
I. G. S. LAYOUT
On board cargo equipment 19
Deck Water Seal Requirement
•Regulation 62 requires that Inert Gas system is
equipped with two...
On board cargo equipment 20
Deck Water Seal Wet Type
On board cargo equipment 21
Deck Water Seal Semi Dry
On board cargo equipment 22
Deck Water Seal Dry Type
On board cargo equipment 23
Deck seal
 Deck seal prevent flow back
from deck pipe line to flame
area of boilers or scrubb...
On board cargo equipment 24
Principle of IG Scrubber
On board cargo equipment 25
IG Scrubber
On board cargo equipment 26
IGS types: Inert Gas Generator (FTU) construction -Scrubber
On board cargo equipment 27
Inert Gas System Non Return Devices
 Reason for Non Return Devices
 N/R Consist of Deck Wate...
On board cargo equipment 28
Deck Water Seal Wet Type
On board cargo equipment 29
Deck Water Seal Semi Dry with Heating System
On board cargo equipment 30
Pressure-Relief & vacuum protection Systems
 Principal work of
liquid filled
pressure – vacuu...
On board cargo equipment 31
Liquid Filled pressure vacuum breaker
On board cargo equipment
 The Pressure-Relief and Vacuum-Protection
System gives an automatically controlled
protection a...
On board cargo equipment 33
P/V & High Velocity Valves
On board cargo equipment 34
Pressure-Relief & vacuum protection Systems
 P/V valves
On board cargo equipment 35
Pressure-Relief & vacuum protection Systems
 High velocity vents valve
combines the best of m...
On board cargo equipment 36
Pressure-Relief & vacuum protection Systems
 Common liquid P/V
On board cargo equipment 37
Pressure-Relief & vacuum protection Systems
 1,2 Pressure house; Adapter
 3,4 Pressure disc ...
On board cargo equipment 38
Methods of Gas Replacement
 DILUTION
 DISPLACEMENT
 Dilution is mixing process, where veloc...
On board cargo equipment 39
IGS – Arrangement for Gas Replacement
On board cargo equipment 40
IGS – Arrangement for Gas Replacement
On board cargo equipment 41
IG Application
On board cargo equipment 42
On board cargo equipment 43
Requirement for I G Main
 Means for Isolating Each Tank
 Breathing Possible when Tanks Isola...
On board cargo equipment 44
Tanker Cycle
On board cargo equipment 45
Inert Gas Application to Various Shipboard Operations
On board cargo equipment 46
IGS types: Flue Gas System
 Flue Gas Systems cool and clean flue gas from the ship's boilers,...
On board cargo equipment 47
IGS types: Inert Gas Generator
 Inert Gas Generator Systems is used when no existing supply o...
On board cargo equipment 48
Tank Pressure & Oxygen Concentration
On board cargo equipment 49
MMC Ullaging Device
On board cargo equipment 50
Flammability Composition Diagram
On board cargo equipment 51
Isolation of Cargo Tanks from IG Deck Main
On board cargo equipment 52
Cargo tank vent system
On board cargo equipment 53
Monitoring of IG Plant
On board cargo equipment 54
Inert Gas systems
 Carbon dioxide (IG) generation system
– Burning fuel for generation carbon...
On board cargo equipment 55
IGS types: Flue Gas System
On board cargo equipment 56
IGS types: Flue Gas System with Topping Up Generator
 This alternative consists of a flue gas...
On board cargo equipment 57
IGS types: Inert Gas Generator (FTU) construction
- Panel
- Generator
- Fan
- Scrubber
On board cargo equipment 58
IGS types: Inert Gas Generator (IGG)
Moss Inert Gas Generators for Oil/
Chemical/ Products
M...
On board cargo equipment 59
IGS types: Flexinert
 Flexinert is a fuel-saving combination of a flue gas system and an
iner...
On board cargo equipment 60
Inert Gas Generator (IGG) – output
 Oxygen: 0.5% - 1%
 Carbon Dioxide: ~ 14 %
 Nitrogen: ~ ...
On board cargo equipment 61
Deck seal
On board cargo equipment 62
Deck seal
On board cargo equipment 63
Ballast tank inerting
 Ballast tanks are inerted in
emergency conditions
 Flexible Hose used...
On board cargo equipment 64
Pressure-Relief & vacuum protection Systems
 Vent riser
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Ig system & equipment oil tankers

  1. 1. Cargo Tank Venting & Inert Gas System & Equipment
  2. 2. On board cargo equipment 2 Inert Gas System Introduction
  3. 3. On board cargo equipment 3 Introduction to Inert Gas System  Introduction  Flammability  Flammable Range  Effect of Increasing Oxygen  Suppression of Flammability by IG  Combustion& Explosion  Inert Gas Prevents FIRE & EXPLOSION
  4. 4. On board cargo equipment 4
  5. 5. On board cargo equipment 5
  6. 6. On board cargo equipment 6 Suppression of Flammability by IG
  7. 7. On board cargo equipment 7 Suppression of Flammability by IG
  8. 8. On board cargo equipment 8 Effect of Oxygen on Flammable Range
  9. 9. On board cargo equipment 9 Inert Gas Definitions
  10. 10. On board cargo equipment 10 Inert Gas Must On Tankers  Required Under Regulation 60 of SOLAS  For All Petroleum Tankers more than 20,000 DWT – Keel laid after 1-9-84  Exception for Existing Tankers (Keel Laid prior 84) - i) Tank Washing Machine Capacity less than 60 Cubic Meter/Hour & - ii) Unreasonable & Impracticable due to design determined by Administration - iii) For Product Tankers between 20-40,000DWT tank washing Machine Capacity less than 60 cubic meter/Hour  Tankers fitted with IGS to keep COT inerted at all times
  11. 11. On board cargo equipment 11 Inert Gas Production
  12. 12. On board cargo equipment 12 Inert Gas System  Flue Gas Uptake Valves  Scrubber  I.G. Fans (Blowers)  Gas Regulating Valve  Deck Water Seal  Non Return Valve  Deck Isolating Valve ( Manual)  P/ V Breaker  Instrumentation  Tank Atmosphere Analyzers (Oxygen Analyzers) Fixed & Portable
  13. 13. On board cargo equipment 13 Inert Gas System Layout
  14. 14. On board cargo equipment 14 Inert Gas System Flow Sheet
  15. 15. On board cargo equipment 15 Inert Gas Lay Out
  16. 16. On board cargo equipment 16 Inert Gas Layout System From Flue Gas Uptake
  17. 17. On board cargo equipment 17 Deck Distribution of Inert Gas System
  18. 18. On board cargo equipment 18 I. G. S. LAYOUT
  19. 19. On board cargo equipment 19 Deck Water Seal Requirement •Regulation 62 requires that Inert Gas system is equipped with two Non return devices one of which shall be water seal to prevent the return of hydrocarbon to Gas safe spaces •In addition Regulation 62 requires that arrangement of Deck Water Seal Shall be such that it will prevent back flow of hydrocarbon vapours and ensure proper Functioning of Seal Under Operating Conditions.
  20. 20. On board cargo equipment 20 Deck Water Seal Wet Type
  21. 21. On board cargo equipment 21 Deck Water Seal Semi Dry
  22. 22. On board cargo equipment 22 Deck Water Seal Dry Type
  23. 23. On board cargo equipment 23 Deck seal  Deck seal prevent flow back from deck pipe line to flame area of boilers or scrubbers  Water column works as non returning valve
  24. 24. On board cargo equipment 24 Principle of IG Scrubber
  25. 25. On board cargo equipment 25 IG Scrubber
  26. 26. On board cargo equipment 26 IGS types: Inert Gas Generator (FTU) construction -Scrubber
  27. 27. On board cargo equipment 27 Inert Gas System Non Return Devices  Reason for Non Return Devices  N/R Consist of Deck Water Seal & Deck Mechanical N/R Valve  Deck Water Seal is a Principal Barrier  Incase of water drop, there should be Low Water Alarm but Seal Should not become Ineffective  Heating Arrangement For Deck Water Seal  Sight Glass & Inspection Opening Provided  Function of Deck Mechanical N/R V/V  Purpose of Separate Deck Isolating Valve
  28. 28. On board cargo equipment 28 Deck Water Seal Wet Type
  29. 29. On board cargo equipment 29 Deck Water Seal Semi Dry with Heating System
  30. 30. On board cargo equipment 30 Pressure-Relief & vacuum protection Systems  Principal work of liquid filled pressure – vacuum deck breakers: in case P/V v/v fails to operate – Over pressure by IG or Vapour and blow out liquid on deck – Suction ambient air in gas line and liquid in tank
  31. 31. On board cargo equipment 31 Liquid Filled pressure vacuum breaker
  32. 32. On board cargo equipment  The Pressure-Relief and Vacuum-Protection System gives an automatically controlled protection against too high or too low pressure within the cargo-handling system  Pressure-relief piping system  Pressure-Relief & vacuum protection System for All Cargo Tanks, as per IMO rules. Pressure-Relief & vacuum protection Systems
  33. 33. On board cargo equipment 33 P/V & High Velocity Valves
  34. 34. On board cargo equipment 34 Pressure-Relief & vacuum protection Systems  P/V valves
  35. 35. On board cargo equipment 35 Pressure-Relief & vacuum protection Systems  High velocity vents valve combines the best of modulating valves and full-lift valves.  Valve creates "delayed" blow down of cargo tanks. It reduces vapor loss during low filling rates (and due to sloshing) until venting takes place at full rate when vapor loss is less important.  Valve provides active protection from fire and explosion regardless of pipe configuration.  Valve operates in freezing conditions without heating arrangements.
  36. 36. On board cargo equipment 36 Pressure-Relief & vacuum protection Systems  Common liquid P/V
  37. 37. On board cargo equipment 37 Pressure-Relief & vacuum protection Systems  1,2 Pressure house; Adapter  3,4 Pressure disc and seat  5,6 Booster  7,8,9 Sleeve / Weight / Stem  10 Check lift (pressure unit)  11,12,13 Vacuum house, disc, seat  14 Filter element  15 Venting cover  16 Check lift (vacuum unit)
  38. 38. On board cargo equipment 38 Methods of Gas Replacement  DILUTION  DISPLACEMENT  Dilution is mixing process, where velocity of incoming Gas is High  Displacement is a Layering Process, where IG has Low Entry Velocity , to enable stable horizontal interface
  39. 39. On board cargo equipment 39 IGS – Arrangement for Gas Replacement
  40. 40. On board cargo equipment 40 IGS – Arrangement for Gas Replacement
  41. 41. On board cargo equipment 41 IG Application
  42. 42. On board cargo equipment 42
  43. 43. On board cargo equipment 43 Requirement for I G Main  Means for Isolating Each Tank  Breathing Possible when Tanks Isolated from IG Main  Blank Flanges for Slop Tanks & Isolation for OBOs  External IG Supply Connection  Mast Riser or High Velocity Vents Provided for Vapour Displacement  Purge Pipes as Far as practicable from IG inlet  Effective Isolation between IG Main and Cargo piping  One or More P/V Breakers  Provision of Continuous pressure indication of IG
  44. 44. On board cargo equipment 44 Tanker Cycle
  45. 45. On board cargo equipment 45 Inert Gas Application to Various Shipboard Operations
  46. 46. On board cargo equipment 46 IGS types: Flue Gas System  Flue Gas Systems cool and clean flue gas from the ship's boilers, and deliver it to deck, typically during cargo unloading and tank washing.  Flue gas already contains less than 5% oxygen, which is the IMO higher limit for inert gas, no further treatment is therefore necessary.  The main components are the scrubber unit, inert gas blowers, the deck water seal, main non-return valve, the pressure/vacuum breaker, valves, instrumentation and the control system.  Surplus gas is automatically re-circulated back to the scrubber unit, and gas production hence follows gas demand.  The system can also, like the other variants dealt with in this presentation, be preset to deliver fresh air for gas-freeing purposes.
  47. 47. On board cargo equipment 47 IGS types: Inert Gas Generator  Inert Gas Generator Systems is used when no existing supply of flue gas is available.  The scrubber unit of the flue gas system is here integrated into a generator unit consisting of a combined burner part and scrubber part, both sea water cooled. MDO or HFO fuel is burning in the horizontal combustion chamber to produce flue gas with an oxygen content of typically 2-4%.  The gas then enters the scrubber part, where it is cooled and cleaned by sprayed sea water before being piped to the deck area.
  48. 48. On board cargo equipment 48 Tank Pressure & Oxygen Concentration
  49. 49. On board cargo equipment 49 MMC Ullaging Device
  50. 50. On board cargo equipment 50 Flammability Composition Diagram
  51. 51. On board cargo equipment 51 Isolation of Cargo Tanks from IG Deck Main
  52. 52. On board cargo equipment 52 Cargo tank vent system
  53. 53. On board cargo equipment 53 Monitoring of IG Plant
  54. 54. On board cargo equipment 54 Inert Gas systems  Carbon dioxide (IG) generation system – Burning fuel for generation carbon dioxide gas is common procedure on gas tankers – Take off carbon dioxide gas form boilers  Inert Gas (IG) is sent via drier / non returning valves and used for replacing air to prevent explosion concentrations : – in Cargo Tanks and – in Ballast tanks (some times).  IG can be supplied from the shore facilities in emergency condition
  55. 55. On board cargo equipment 55 IGS types: Flue Gas System
  56. 56. On board cargo equipment 56 IGS types: Flue Gas System with Topping Up Generator  This alternative consists of a flue gas system supplemented by a separate small (500Nm3/h) inert gas generator, and is often preferred to aboard OBO and VLCCs  The flue gas system covers the bulk of the inerting during cargo unloading etc., and the topping up generator tops up tank pressures during the sea voyage.
  57. 57. On board cargo equipment 57 IGS types: Inert Gas Generator (FTU) construction - Panel - Generator - Fan - Scrubber
  58. 58. On board cargo equipment 58 IGS types: Inert Gas Generator (IGG) Moss Inert Gas Generators for Oil/ Chemical/ Products Moss Inert Gas Generators for LPG/LNG
  59. 59. On board cargo equipment 59 IGS types: Flexinert  Flexinert is a fuel-saving combination of a flue gas system and an inert gas generator.  As long as sufficient boiler flue gas is available, Flexinert works as a flue gas system. When no basis gas is available, it works as an inert gas generator, and when high-oxygen exhaust gas from the main engines or diesel generators is available, it afterburns this gas to produce inert gas with the acceptable oxygen content.  Afterburning saves fuel since the combustion "air" already has a reduced oxygen content.
  60. 60. On board cargo equipment 60 Inert Gas Generator (IGG) – output  Oxygen: 0.5% - 1%  Carbon Dioxide: ~ 14 %  Nitrogen: ~ 85%  Carbon Monoxide, oxides of Nitrogen and Sulphur Dioxide: ~ 0,5% – Carbon Monoxide: Max 100 ppm – Oxides of Nitrogen: Max 100 ppm – Sulphur Dioxide: Max 1 ppm  Moisture: Dew Point of -45C Modes: Inerting
  61. 61. On board cargo equipment 61 Deck seal
  62. 62. On board cargo equipment 62 Deck seal
  63. 63. On board cargo equipment 63 Ballast tank inerting  Ballast tanks are inerted in emergency conditions  Flexible Hose used for inerted operation  Pressure 250 mmWC,
  64. 64. On board cargo equipment 64 Pressure-Relief & vacuum protection Systems  Vent riser

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