LNG Tank Design – GTT (eBook)

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May 2012

LNG Tank Design – GTT (eBook)

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The evolution of the membrane design: Technigaz mark III, Gaz Transport No 96 and the more recent combined system CS1, makes an interesting story of design, evolution and refinement. This report consolidates in 338 pages the substantial findings of 22 technical papers, presented at Gastech over the last 40 years on membrane type containment systems.

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The Effect of Fire on LNG Carrier Cargo Containment Systems 2011

Bureau Veritas Envolvement in New Design of Large LNG Carrier Example of a 165000 m3 LNG C Project 2006

Risk Based Study of Gas Concentrations in Membrane Interbarrier Spaces 2005

Comparison of Spherical and Membrane Large LNG Carriers in Terms of Cargo Handling 2005

Challenges of Mitsubishi Membrane LNG Carrier 2000

Construction and Operation of SK Supreme-KOGAS GTT Mark III LNG Tanker 2000

New Membrane Containment Systems: An Innovative Synergy 1996

A New and Effective System for Leak Detection in LNG Tank Insulation 1996

Construction, Commissioning and Delivery of the First of Five 130 000 m3 LNG Tankers for Petronas Tankers Sdn Bhd

Cargo Tank Safety Valves: Some Views on Classifi cation Society Requirements and Safety Considerations 1993

Design and Construction of an 18 800 m3 LNG Carrier: The First Vessel of the Technigaz, Mk III Membrane Design 1993

The Cushioning Effect on the Technigaz Membrane 1993

Mark III Containment System Pre-outfi tting on Blocks - A New Method for LNG Carrier Construction 1993

Successful Service Experience and Performance of the 130 000 m3 Membrane Type LNG Carriers in the MISC Fleet 1988

Fatigue Tests on an LNG Carrier Tank Corner Assembly of Gaz Transport Technique 1986

Evacuated Insulating Boxes Giving Low Boil-Off for Gaz-Transport Methane Carriers 1986

Comparison of Wind Tunnel Model Loads on Membrane and Spherical Tank LNG Carriers 1982

The Gaz-Transport Membrane, a Proven System Combining Lower Operating Costs, with a High Degree of Safety 1982

A Comparison of the Collision Resistance of Membrane Tank-Type and Spherical Tank-Type LNG Tankers 1981

The General Electric — Technigaz Mark III Containment System 1978

Developments of the Technigaz Integrated Tank System for Methane Carriers 1975

Optimum Methods of Operation for LNG Carriers Examining the Major Containment Systems Designs 1975

For over 45 years, the Gastech Exhibition & Conference has been at the forefront of the international gas and LNG market. This world-renowned event is regarded as the most significant meeting place for gas and LNG professionals, where the global industry gathers to do business.

Gastech hosts major IOCs, NOC’s, global utility companies, EPC contractors, shipbuilders, pipeline companies, manufacturers, distributors, technology and service providers, all who play an active role in the global energy value chain.

Title: LNG Tank Design – GTT (eBook)
Product Code: WS1194EA
Published Date: May 2012

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