TANKER OF 20 000 DWT, PROJECT 20071

Танкер проекта 20071, дедвейт 20 000 тонн

TANKER OF 20 000 DWT, PROJECT 20071

The vessel is designed to carry up to 4 grades of cargo simultaneously, the density of cargo is 0.73 … 1.0 t/m3, and those including crude oil, oil products, gas condensate (natural), vegetable oil and animal fat, in the Arctic and other freezing seas. The navigation area is not limited. The vessel’s type: a single-deck tanker with the forecastle and aftercastle, icebreaker stem (400), transom stern, aft location of the engine room and accommodation house, double bottom and double sides in the area of cargo tanks. The tanker breaks ice of the thickness of 0.5 m at the steady speed not less than 2 knots.

Principal dimensions:

  • Overall Length – 155.6 м;
  • Molded Length – 147.2 м;
  • Breadth – 24.5 м;
  • Depth – 13.4 м;
  • Maximum draft (m) – 9.8;
  • Design Draft (m) – 9.0;
  • Deadweight at T=9.8 m – 20000 т.

Propulsion Power Plant:

  • Main engine – diesel MAN B&W 6S50- МС-С (Bryansk), power of 8580 kW at 127 rpm;
  • Diesel – Generators – 3*850 kW
  • Boilers – 2*8 t/h of steam;
  • Fresh Water Generator – 25 t/days.

Tank Capacity:

  • Cargo tanks including slop tanks (m³) – 22950;
  • Segregated ballast tanks (m³) – 8090.

Propulsion plant:

  • Controllable-pitch propeller, diameter (m) – 5.4;
  • Thruster, power (kW) – 700.

Speed:

Service speed at 85% MCR and draft of 9.0 m (knots) – 15.4.

Cargo system:

  • Number of tanks/slop tanks – 16/2;
  • Cargo pumps – centrifugal pumps with an electric actuator of 600 m³/h – 4 off.

Ballast system:

  • Ballast System – centrifugal pumps with an electric actuator of 600 m³/h – 2 off.
  • Cargo and ballast pumps are located in the pump room.

Tonnage:

Gross tonnage (t) – 14600;

Crew – 21 persons.

Classification:

Russian Maritime Register of Shipping: RS KM ★ LU4 [ 1 ] A1 Oil tanker ESP, OBHM


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