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Technical Details as Per DNV 2.7-3 Standard for Basket

Technical Details as Per DNV 2.7-3 Standard for Basket

Materials Wr ought steel Steel use in Fabrication will comply with the material requirements of

Materials

Wrought steel

Steel use in Fabrication will comply with the material requirements of a recognized code. The chemical composition, mechanical properties, heat treatment and weld ability will be satisfactory for the service as well as the fabrication process.

Steel will possess adequate fracture resistance energy to avoid the initiation of brittle fracture. Steel for primary structure, should be Charpy (V-notch) impact tested in accordance to a recognized code, e.g. DNV-OS- B101, ASTM A370.

Minimum Material Thickness

MGW

Single events

Multiple events

Corners

Other

Corners

Other

1-25t

5 mm

4 mm

6 mm

4 mm

Selection of Operational Class

Selection of Operational Classes

Type

Risk

MGW MGW 10 t

Class

A

Low

R45

Lift points

Lift points will be constructed from special or primary steel, as per DNV-OS-C101 . References for acceptance criteria are given in DNV-OS-B101, EN 10164 or to compatible ASTM specification.

All welds transferring load in tension will be full penetration type. Full penetration is also recommended for welds transferring loads in shear.

Welding

Welders and welding procedures will be approved and certified according to a recognised standard, e.g. DNV-OS-C401, ASME section IX, ANSI/ AWS D1.1, EN 287 and EN288.

Welding procedure specifications, welding procedure qualification tests and approval of welding procedures will be in accordance with a recognised standard, e.g. ASME section IX, ANSI/ AWS D1.1, EN 287 and

EN288.

Weld acceptance criteria

The soundness of welded joints will comply with the specified standard, regulations or relevant rules for acceptability of weld defects.

NDT of the Welds NDT of structural welds as per DNV Standard   Category of

NDT of the Welds

NDT of structural welds as per DNV Standard

 

Category of

   

Type of examination

member, see

Type of joint

I

II

 

1.4.5

Visual

Magnetic 1)

Primary -

Butt welds T-joints – Full penetration welds T-joints – Fillet- & partial penetration welds

100%

20%

 

Essential

100%

100%

100%

100%

Primary - Other

Butt welds T-joints – Full penetration welds T-joints – Fillet- & partial penetration welds

100%

Spot 3)

 

100%

20%

100%

100%

Secondary

All types

100%

Spot

 

Load Test

The unit will be load tested in accordance with the DNV Standard and the certificate will be provided with the unit.

As built dossier The “As Built” dossier include:

A) General arrangement drawing

B) Report from manufacturing inspection

C) Report from non-destructive testing (NDT)

D) Report from proof testing

drawing B) Report from manufacturing inspection C) Report from non-destructive testing (NDT) D) Report from proof
Frame Structure of the Basket Frames, each of said frames having a horizontally oriented rectangular

Frame Structure of the Basket

Frame Structure of the Basket Frames, each of said frames having a horizontally oriented rectangular base
Frame Structure of the Basket Frames, each of said frames having a horizontally oriented rectangular base

Frames, each of said frames having a horizontally oriented rectangular base frame, said base frame defining four sides and base frame corners, support posts attached to and extending vertically upward from said base frame, a horizontally oriented top frame, said top frame defining four sides and four top frame corners around a central op ening, said top frame attached to and supported on said support posts, and framing attached to said support posts, wherein said sides of said base frame and said sides of said top frame, and said framing defining an opening to said cradle frame.

Base fram e support bars mounted to and below said base frames of each of said frame , said base frame support bars extending along the periphery of each said base frame from each of said base frame corners;

Top support bars mounted to said top frame of each of said cradle frames so as to extend upward from each of said top frames, said top support bars extending along the periphery of each said top frame from each of said top frame corners, each of said top support bars being offset from said base frame support bars of said base frame of each of said frames whereby said top support bars and said base frame support bars will nest side by side.