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Rules development process is considered by the ClassIBS society, as a fundamental process in its Quality Management System.
Inputs to the society’s Rules include among others, IMO conventional requirements, MSC circulars, and IACS unified interpretations.
In this direction,ClassIBS developed its set of Rules & Regulations, in line with recognized international standards.

The society’s set of Rules standards are updated as deemed necessary so as to embrace new technical requirements

 



INDEX OF
PRINCIPLES FOR THE CLASSIFICATION AND CONSTRUCTION OF STEEL SHIPS

VOLUME I

  • Part 1A GENERAL REGULATIONS FOR THE CLASSIFICATION AND TECHNICAL SUPERVISION
    • Chapter 1 General Provisions
    • Chapter 2 Classification
    • Chapter 3 Technical Supervision-General
    • Chapter 4 Technical Documentation
  • Part 1B     CLASS SURVEY REGULATIONS
    • Chapter 1 General
    • Chapter 2 Classification Survey
    • Chapter 3 Annual Survey
    • Chapter 4 Intermediate Surveys
    • Chapter 5 Special Surveys
    • Chapter 6 Docking Surveys
    • Chapter 7 Boiler Surveys
    • Chapter 8 Propeller Shaft and Stern Tube Shaft Surveys
    • Chapter 9 Planned Machinery Surveys
    • Chapter 10 Surveys for Steel Barges
    • Chapter 11 Refrigerating Installations Surveys

 



INDEX OF
PRINCIPLES FOR THE CLASSIFICATION AND CONSTRUCTION OF STEEL SHIPS

VOLUME II

  • Part 2     HULL CONSTRUCTION
    • Chapter 1 General
    • Chapter 2 Stems and Stern Frames
    • Chapter 3 Rudders
    • Chapter 4 Single Bottoms
    • Chapter 5 Double Bottoms
    • Chapter 6 Frames
    • Chapter 7 Web Frames and Side Stringers
    • Chapter 8 Arrangements to Resist Panting
    • Chapter 9 Beams
    • Chapter 10 Pillars
    • Chapter 11 Deck Girders
    • Chapter 12 Watertight Bulkheads
    • Chapter 13 Deep Tanks
    • Chapter 14 Longitudinal Strength
    • Chapter 15 Plate Keels and Shell Plating
    • Chapter 16 Deck
    • Chapter 17 Superstructures
    • Chapter 18 Deckhouses
    • Chapter 19 Hatchways, Machinery Space Openings and Other Deck Openings
    • Chapter 20 Machinery Spaces and Boiler Rooms
    • Chapter 21 Tunnels and Tunnel Recesses
    • Chapter 22 Bulwarks, Guardrails, Freeing Arrangements, Cargo Port and Other Similar Openings, Side Scuttles, Rectangular Windows, Ventilators and Gangways
    • Chapter 23 Ceilings and Sparrings
    • Chapter 24 Cementing and Painting
    • Chapter 25 Masts and Derrick Posts
    • Chapter 26 Tankers
    • Chapter 27 Ore Carriers
    • Chapter 28 Bulk Carriers
    • Chapter 29 Additional Requirements for New Bulk Carriers
    • Chapter 30 Additional Requirements for Existing Bulk Carriers
    • Chapter 31 Container Carriers
    • Chapter 32 Damage Control for Dry Cargo Vessels
    • Chapter 33 Loading Manual and Loading Computer
    • Chapter 34 Means of Access
    • Chapter 35 Ice Class Ships
  • Part 3     SUBDIVISIONS
    • Chapter 1 General
  • Part 4     INTACT STABILITY
    • Chapter 1 General
    • Chapter 2 Stability Requirements
  • Part 5     EQUIPMENT
    • Chapter 1 General
    • Chapter 2 Anchor, Chain Cables and Ropes
    • Chapter 3 Anchors
    • Chapter 4 Chains
    • Chapter 5 Steel Wire Ropes
    • Chapter 6 Fibre Ropes
    • Chapter 7 Hatch Tarpaulins
    • Chapter 8 Side Scuttles
    • Chapter 9 Rectangular Windows
    • Chapter 10 Navigation Bridge Visibility
  • Part 6     FIRE PROTECTION, DETENTION AND EXTINCTION
    • Chapter 1 General
    • Chapter 2 Fire Safety Objectives and Fuctional Requirements
    • Chapter 3 Definitions
    • Chapter 4 Probability of Ignition
    • Chapter 5 Fire Growth Potential
    • Chapter 6 Smoke Generation Potential and Toxicity
    • Chapter 7 Detection and Alarm
    • Chapter 8 Control of Smoke Spread
    • Chapter 9 Containment of Fire
    • Chapter 10 Fire Fighting
    • Chapter 11 Structural Integrity
    • Chapter 12 Notifications of Crew and Passengers
    • Chapter 13 Means of Escape
    • Chapter 14 Operational Readiness and Maintenance
    • Chapter 15 Training Manual and Fire Control Plan
    • Chapter 16 Operations
    • Chapter 17 Alternative Design and Arrangements
    • Chapter 18 Helicopter Facilities
    • Chapter 19 Carriage of Dangerous Goods
    • Chapter 20 Protection of Vehicle and RO-RO Spaces
    • Chapter 21 Special Requirements for Small Ships and Ships for Restricted Service
    • Chapter 22 International Shore Connections
    • Chapter 23 Personnel Protection
    • Chapter 24 Fire Extinguishers
    • Chapter 25 Fixed Gas Fire-Extinguishing Systems
    • Chapter 26 Fixed Foam Fire-Extinguishing Systems
    • Chapter 27 Fixed Pressure Water-Spraying and Water-Mist Fire-Extinguishing Systems
    • Chapter 28 Automatic Sprinkler, Fire Detection and Fire Alarm Systems
    • Chapter 29 Fixed Fire Detection and Fire Alarm Systems
    • Chapter 30 Sample Extraction Smoke Detection Systems
    • Chapter 31 Low Location Lighting Systems
    • Chapter 32 Fixed Emergency Fire Pumps
    • Chapter 33 Arrangement of Means of Escape
    • Chapter 34 Fixed Deck Foam Systems
    • Chapter 35 Inert Gas Systems
    • Chapter 36 Fixed Hydrocarbon Gas Detection Systems
  • Part 7     MACHINERY INSTALLATIONS
    • Chapter 1 General
    • Chapter 2 Diesel Engines
    • Chapter 3 Steam Turbines
    • Chapter 4 Gas Turbines
    • Chapter 5 Power Transmission Systems
    • Chapter 6 Shaftings
    • Chapter 7 Propellers
    • Chapter 8 Torsional Vibration of Shaftings
    • Chapter 9 Boiler etc. and Incinerators
    • Chapter 10 Pressure Vessels
    • Chapter 11 Welding for Machinery Installations
    • Chapter 12 Pipes, Valves, Pipe Fittings and Auxiliaries
    • Chapter 13 Piping Systems
    • Chapter 14 Piping Systems
    • Chapter 15 Steering Gear
    • Chapter 16 Windlasses and Mooring Winches
    • Chapter 17 Refrigerating Machinery and Controlled Atmosphere Systems
    • Chapter 18 Automatic and Remote Control
    • Chapter 19 Spare Parts, Tools and Instruments
    • Chapter 20 Special Requirements for Machinery Installed in Ships with Restricted Area of Service and Small Ships
  • Part 8     ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS
    • Chapter 1 General
    • Chapter 2 Electrical Installations and Systems Design
    • Chapter 3 Design of Installations
    • Chapter 4 Additional Requirements of Ships Carrying Special Cargoes
    • Chapter 5 Additional Requirements for Electric Propulsion Plants
    • Chapter 6 Special Requirements for Ships with Restricted Service, Small Ships and Fishing Vessels
  • Part 9     REFRIGERATING INSTALLATIONS
    • Chapter 1 General
    • Chapter 2 Refrigerating Machine
    • Chapter 3 Special Requirements for Refrigerating Machinery Using Ammonia as Refrigerant
    • Chapter 4 Refrigerated Chambers
    • Chapter 5 Tests
  • Part 10     MATERIALS
    • Chapter 1 General
    • Chapter 2 Test Specimens and Mechanical Testing Procedures
    • Chapter 3 Rolled Steels
    • Chapter 4 Steel Pipes
    • Chapter 5 Castings
    • Chapter 6 Steel Forging
    • Chapter 7 Copper and Copper Alloys
    • Chapter 8 Aluminum Alloys
  • Part 11     WELDING
    • Chapter 1 General
    • Chapter 2 Welding Works
    • Chapter 3 Test Specimens and Mechanical Testing Procedures
    • Chapter 4 Welding Procedure and Related Specifications
    • Chapter 5 Welders and Their Qualification Tests
    • Chapter 6 Welding Consumables

 



INDEX OF
PRINCIPLES FOR THE CLASSIFICATION AND CONSTRUCTION OF STEEL SHIPS

VOLUME III

  • Part 12     HULL CONSTRUCTION AND EQUIPMENT OF SMALL SHIPS
    • Chapter 1 General
    • Chapter 2 Stems and Stern Frames
    • Chapter 3 Rudders
    • Chapter 4 Subdivisions
    • Chapter 5 Single Bottoms
    • Chapter 6 Double Bottoms
    • Chapter 7 Frames
    • Chapter 8 Cantilever Beam Constructions
    • Chapter 9 Arrangements to Resist Panting
    • Chapter 10 Beams
    • Chapter 11 Pillars
    • Chapter 12 Deck Girders
    • Chapter 13 Watertight Bulkheads
    • Chapter 14 Deep Tanks
    • Chapter 15 Longitudinal Strength
    • Chapter 16 Plate Keels and Shell Plating
    • Chapter 17 Deck
    • Chapter 18 Superstructures and Deckhouses
    • Chapter 19 Hatchways, Machinery Space Openings and Other Deck Openings
    • Chapter 20 Machinery Spaces, Boiler Rooms and Tunnel Recesses
    • Chapter 21 Bulwarks, Guardrails, Freeing Arrangements, Cargo Ports and Other Similar Openings, Side Scuttles, Rectangular Windows, Ventilators and Gangways
    • Chapter 22 Ceilings, Sparrings, Cementing and Painting
    • Chapter 23 Equipment
    • Chapter 24 Tanker
    • Chapter 25 Loading Manual
    • Chapter 26 Means of Access
    • Chapter 27 Ships to be Classed for Restricted Services
  • Part 13     STEEL BARGES
    • Chapter 1 General
    • Chapter 2 Materials, Construction, Etc.
    • Chapter 3 Single Bottoms
    • Chapter 4 Double Bottoms
    • Chapter 5 Frames
    • Chapter 6 Peak Construction
    • Chapter 7 Beams
    • Chapter 8 Pillars and Trusses
    • Chapter 9 Deck Longitudinal Girders and Transverse Girders
    • Chapter 10 Watertight Bulkheads
    • Chapter 11 Deep Tanks
    • Chapter 12 Longitudinal Strength
    • Chapter 13 Shell Platings
    • Chapter 14 Decks
    • Chapter 15 Superstructures
    • Chapter 16 Deckhouses
    • Chapter 17 Hatchways and Other Deck Openings
    • Chapter 18 Bulwarks, Guardrails, Freeing Arrangements, Ventilator and Gangways
    • Chapter 19 Equipment
    • Chapter 20 Machinery
    • Chapter 21 Pontoon Barges
    • Chapter 22 Tank Barges
    • Chapter 23 Barges Intended to be Classified as Limited Services

 

 

 
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