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Old 17-11-13, 10:55 AM
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Question Coastal Tanker with 10,000 DWT

Hi Friends,

Can any one help me with the details. I'm looking for dimensions of a Coastal tanker with 10,000 DWT and LOA of 130m. What could be the capacity of FUEL TANKER for such Vessel. Please suggest if you have such models in the lists provided in the forums.

I'm a Navigation and Marine Oil Spill modelers. Need the information to make some simulations.

Thanks in Advance

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Murali
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Old 17-11-13, 12:19 PM
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Default What is it you want to find info on...?

Hi there...

What is it you are looking for...?

Is it the Name of a tanker with tdw with a lao on 130 m...?

Or is it all the other dimensions of the ship if you have a tanker on 10000 tdw and 130 m Long...?
And if so, what Kind of Details do you look for...?

Or is it a 130 m Long tanker with a dw of 10000 t that you want to know the fuel-capacitety/ or comsumption, on...?

Or is it not any of the above infos that you are asking for.... Then please try to explain an old stupid dane what it is you want to know....?

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Old 18-11-13, 05:44 AM
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Hi Kent,

Thanks for your reply and Sorry for not being clear with my Question.

To be precise i need the Fuel Tank Capacity of a Vessel with 10,000 DWT capacity and 130 m length. If you have other dimensions or Vessel names, which(Specs) i can look to myself is much more handy to present my results.

My purpose is to model(Oil Spill), a worst case scenario where this vessel accidentally crashes and all the fuel leaks into the sea.

I hope this time I'm clear with my question. looking forward for your reply.
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Old 18-11-13, 09:38 AM
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Hi - maybe the description will help of of one of our Parent co's Tankers, they only have two the rest are general cargo - Gareth

Port of Registry: Gibraltar
Flag: Gibraltar
Built: 2009
Owners: Jop Shipping B.V., Westeind 54, 7811 ME Emmen, Netherlands EORI No NL819300718
Type: Oil Tanker / Chemical Tanker IMO Type II
Class: GL Class 1 + Hull, + MACH,
Oil Tanker/Chemical Tanker ESP IMO Type II
Unrestricted Navigation Inwatersurvey+ AUT-UMS; ICE ; VCS
DWT: 9.133 mtons
GRT/NRT: 6.153 mtons / 2.915 mtons
Suez NRT: 5.189 mts
Panama NRT: 5.227 mts
Length overall: 117,60 m
Length between perpendiculars: 109.60 m
Breadth, moulded: 19.00 m
Depth, moulded: 10.00 m
Designed Draught, moulded: 7.50 m
Numbers of manifolds on each side: 6pcs
Type of manifold: 5 x DN200mm/NBS8, 1 x DN150/NBS6
Distance bow to center of manifold: 60m
Distance deck to center of manifold: 2.1/2.56 m
Distance rail to manifold: 4.6 m
Number/Size of reducers: 8pcs. - 8" 150 ANSI x 6" 150 ANSI
8pcs. - 8" 150 ANSI x 10" 150 ANSI
8pcs. - 8" 150 ANSI x 4" 150 ANSI
8pcs. - 8" 150 ANSI x 12" 150 ANSI
8pcs. - 8" 150 ANSI x 4" 150 ANSI
8pcs. - 8" 150 ANSI x 8" 300 ANSI
8pcs. - 8" 150 ANSI x 6" 300 ANSI
8pcs. - 8" 150 ANSI x 10" 300 ANSI

Number of natural segregations
with double valve: 5 pcs
Cargo System: Framo Deep well pump, Stainless steel pipe (316L)
Cargo Tank Type: integral, gravity (2G acc IBC)
Cargo Tank Vents: Controlled, PVC valve, shore connection
(max. loading speed of each cargo oil tk. and slop tk. to be 300 cbm/h
Cargo Tank Environmental: Nitrogen System (bottles)
Gauging: Remote, SAAB. / Manual (closed system)
Fire Protection: Foam Fire Fighting System / Co2 for Engine Room
Vessel's Speed: abt 12,5 kn. (at 85% of Main Engine load and full load draft)
Consumption: 12 mts IFO 380 cst per day
Main Engine: MaK 9M25
Bowthruster: 380KW
Windlass with mooring parts
(as per OCIMF standards): Two single hydraulic-operated windlass on forecastle pull at first layer 5t
and olding power at first layer 8t
Mooring Winches: Two units at poop deck, operation load 5t. Comply with Exxon requirements.
Electrical Equipment: T3 and IIB
Tank Layout: - No. 1 cargo tank PS / SB 2x abt. 1090 cbm (100%)
- No. 2 cargo tank PS / SB 2x abt. 2623 cbm (100%)
- No. 3 cargo tank PS / SB 2x abt. 2053 cbm (100%)
- No. 4 cargo tank PS / SB 2x abt. 2496 cbm (100%)
- No. 5 cargo tank PS / SB 2x abt. 2423 cbm (100%)
- slop tank PS / SB 2x abt. 619 cbm (100%)

cargo tank coating: Epoxy, Interline 994, International.
Capacity of cargo pumps: Cargo pump of cargo tank: 300 cbm/h, 110mic, 10 sets
Cargo pump of slop tank: 100 cbm/h, 110mic, 2 sets
One virgin pump for residue tank.
Portable cargo pump 70 cbm/h, air driven.
In case SGO 8 the ttl discharge rate will be 1.200 cbm/h.

Hydro pack for cargo pump:: 215kWx3, able to drive 4 cargo pumps simultaneously
Capacity of deck heat exchanger: Sufficient to heat up the cargo in all tanks simultaneously from 40°C to 60°C in four (4) days
at an outside air temperature of 2°C and seawater temperature of 5°C
Callsign: ZDJW2
IMO No: 9510591
Phone: +870 77 318 3337
Mobile Phone: +31 6 22 07 90 78
email: master.Olesya@skyfile.de
Security Level/SSO: Marsec 1
P&I: Skuld, Oslo
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Old 19-11-13, 07:20 PM
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Default 10000 dwt

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Hi Friends,

Can any one help me with the details. I'm looking for dimensions of a Coastal tanker with 10,000 DWT and LOA of 130m. What could be the capacity of FUEL TANKER for such Vessel. Please suggest if you have such models in the lists provided in the forums.

I'm a Navigation and Marine Oil Spill modelers. Need the information to make some simulations.

Thanks in Advance

Regards
Murali
Hello Murali, I hope that this info may be of some help to you, Length Overall 130m (approx)
Breadth 28.0m
Depth 12.0m
Draft 8.8m
Draft (summer) 8.2m
Gross Tonnage 14,000t (approx) Deadweight 10,000t (approx0

Tank Capacities (100%) Never Fill Tk To !00% Good @ 95 To 98%
Fuel Oil 2,420m³
Marine Diesel Oil 700m³
MF-HD Oil (dual purpose) 450m³
Total: 1152.42
Not all vsl of 130m x 10,000t have the same fuel capacity, depending on RPM Engine size ect ect..
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