Noise report onboard of cargo vessel

  • Elena Gabriela Hulea “Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati
  • Costel Iulian Mocanu “Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati
Keywords: Code on noise level onboard ship, permissible levels, sound sources, measurement equipment

Abstract

Regarding the increasing demands for a low noise environment onboard ships, the classification societies introduced the measurement of noise levels onboard every ship not only for the first ship, no matter the type and size above 1600 gross tonnage. That why is necessary a good collaboration of all the parties involved in the construction of ships from designers, shipbuilders, till owners. This article describes the measurements technique
used for obtaining the noise levels onboard a cargo vessel, to obtain the approval of Classification society

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References

[1]. Resolution MSC 337(91) CODE ON NOISE LEVELS ONBOARD SHIPS - November 2012;
[2]. IMO Resolution A 468 (XII) CODE ON NOISE LEVELS ONBOARD SHIPS;
[3]. Willemsen Marine Support S.R.L., Noise Protocol M/V PAULA;
[4]. Willemsen Marine Support S.R.L., Noise Measurements Report onboard M/V PAULA;
[5]. Borelli D., Gaggero T., Badino A., “Noise emited from ships”,2012
[6]. Bosoanca, I., Noise Onboard FT MODULE CARRIER VESSEL The Annals Of “Dunarea de Jos” University Of Galati Fascicle Xi –Shipbuilding. Issn 1221-4620, 2017
[7]. Det Norske Veritas RULES FOR CLASIFICATION OF SHIPS.
Published
2020-12-15
How to Cite
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Hulea E, Mocanu C. Noise report onboard of cargo vessel. Annals of ”Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati. Fascicle XI Shipbuilding [Internet]. 15Dec.2020 [cited 23Sep.2021];43:11-0. Available from: https://www.gup.ugal.ro/ugaljournals/index.php/fanship/article/view/4000
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