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||Schepen en maritieme techniek
This part of ISO 18072 provides general requirements for the limit state assessment of ship structures primarily used in the transport of commercial goods and cargos. For the purposes of assessment, the effects of actions on ship structures are considered in respect of the following limit states: serviceability, ultimate, fatigue and accidental. The requirements of this part of ISO 18072 are applicable to global ship structures, as well as the structural components and details forming such structures. The requirements are applicable during the design, construction and operation of ship structures. The requirements are also applicable to the conversion of existing structures. Aspects related to quality control and quality assurance are also addressed. Whilst the major part of this document assumes the use in an assessment of a partial-factor approach, an approach based on probabilistic methods may also be adopted. Whilst compliance with the requirements of this and other parts of ISO 18072 may be used to demonstrate the structural adequacy of a ship structure or its component, compliance with other international and national standards, rules and regulations is required, as applicable to the ship considered. The ship owner is responsible for ensuring compliance with all such standards, rules and regulations.
||Scheepsbouw en maritieme techniek - Scheepconstructies - Deel 1: Algemene eisen voor hun grenswaardebeoordeling
||Ships and marine technology - Ship structures - Part 1: General requirements for their limit state assessment