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2015RA-04-ESection 1 GeneralSection 2 Rudder ForceSection 3 Rudder TorqueSection 4 Rudder Strength CalculationSection 5 Rudder StocksSection 6 Rudder Plates, Rudder Frames and Rudder Main PiecesSection 7 Couplings between Rudder Stocks and Main PiecesSection 8 PintlesSection 9 Bearings of Rudder Stocks and PintlesSection 10 Rudder AccessoriesSection 11 Propeller NozzlesCHAPTER 2 HATCHWAYS AND OTHER DECK OPENINGSSection 1 GeneralSection 2 ArrangementsSection 3 Width of attached platingSection 4 Load ModelSection 6 Hatch Coamings strength criteriaSection 7 Hatch cover details - Weathertightness, Closing Arrangement, Securing Devices and Stoppers703. Closing arrangement, securing devices and stoppers708. Wedges, battens and locking barsSection 8 Additional RequirementsSection 10 Miscellaneous OpeningsCHAPTER 3 BOW DOORS, SIDE AND STERN DOORSSection 1 Bow Doors and Inner DoorsSection 2 Side and Stern DoorsCHAPTER 4 BULWARKS, FREEING PORTS, SIDE SCUTTLES, RECTANGULAR WINDOWS, SKYLIGHTS VENTILATORS AND PERMANENT GANGWAYSSection 1 Bulwarks and GuardrailsSection 2 Freeing PortsSection 3 Side Scuttles, Rectangular Windows and SkylightsSection 4 VentilatorsSection 5 Permanent GangwaysCHAPTER 5 MASTS AND DERRICK POSTSSection 1 Masts without Cargo GearSection 2 Derrick PostsCHAPTER 6 CEILINGS AND SPARRINGSSection 1 Bottom CeilingsSection 2 SparringsCHAPTER 7 CEMENTING AND PAINTINGSection 1 CementingSection 2 PaintingCHAPTER 8 EQUIPMENT NUMBER AND EQUIPMENTSection 1 GeneralSection 2 Equipment NumberSection 3 AnchorsSection 4 ChainsSection 5 Steel Wire RopesSection 6 Fibre RopesSection 7 Hatch TarpaulinsSection 8 Side ScuttlesSection 9 Rectangular WindowsCHAPTER 9 STRENGTH AND SECURING OF SMALL HATCHES, FITTINGS AND EQUIPMENT ON THE FORE DECKSection 1 Application and ImplementationSection 2 Strength and Securing of Small Hatches on the Exposed Fore DeckSection 3 Strength Requirements for Fore Deck Fittings and EquipmentCHAPTER 10 SHIPBOARD EQUIPMENT, FITTINGS AND SUPPORTING HULL STRUCTURES ASSOCIATED WITH TOWING AND MOORINGSection 1 Definitions and Scope of ApplicationCHAPTER 11 ACCESS TO AND WITHIN SPACES IN, AND FORWARD OF, THE CARGO AREA OF OIL TANKERSSection 1 GeneralSection 2 Technical Provisions for Means of Access for InspectionsCONTENTSCHAPTER 2 HATCHWAYS AND OTHER DECK OPENINGSSection 1 GeneralSection 2 ArrangementsSection 4 Load ModelSection 5 Strength CheckSection 6 Hatch Coaming strength criteriaSection 7 Weathertightness, Closing Arrangement, Securing Devices and StopperSection 8 Additional RequirementsSection 10 Miscellaneous OpeningsCHAPTER 3 BOW DOORS, SIDE AND STERN DOORSSection 1 Bow Doors and Inner DoorsSection 2 Side Shell Doors and Stern DoorsCHAPTER 4 BULWARKS, FREEING PORTS, SIDE SCUTTLES, RECTANGULAR WINDOWS, VENTILATORS AND PERMANENT GANGWAYSSection 1 Bulwarks and GuardrailsSection 2 Freeing PortsSection 3 Side Scuttles, Rectangular Windows and SkylightsSection 4 VentilatorsSection 5 Permanent GangwaysCHAPTER 7 CEMENTING AND PAINTINGSection 2 PaintingCHAPTER 8 EQUIPMENT NUMBER AND EQUIPMENTSection 1 GeneralSection 2 Equipment NumberSection 3 AnchorsSection 4 ChainsSection 5 Steel Wire RopesSection 7 Hatch TarpaulinsSection 9 Rectangular WindowsCHAPTER 9 STRENGTH AND SECURING OF SMALL HATCHES, FITTINGS AND EQUIPMENT ON THE FORE DECKSection 2CHAPTER 10 SHIPBOARD EQUIPMENT, FITTINGS AND SUPPORTING HULL STRUCTURES ASSOCIATED WITH TOWING AND MOORINGSection 1 Definitions and Scope of ApplicationSection 2 Towing and MooringCHAPTER 11 ACCESS TO AND WITHIN SPACES IN, AND FORWARD OF, THE CARGO AREA OF OIL TANKERSSection 1 GeneralSection 2 Technical Provisions for Means of Access for InspectionsConeAnnex 4-2Annex 4-3 Means of Access for Bulk CarriersPART 4 HULL EQUIPMENT