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2015RA-07A-ESection 1 GeneralSection 2 Hatchways, Gangways and Freeing ArrangementsSection 3 Longitudinal Frames and Beams in Cargo Oil SpacesSection 4 Girders, Transverses and Cross Ties in Cargo Oil SpacesSection 5 Bulkheads in Cargo Oil SpacesSection 6 Relative Deformation of Wing TanksSection 7 WeldingSection 8 Supplementary Provisions for Tankers Having Longitudinal Bulkhead at Centre Line OnlySection 9 Special Requirements for Wing Tanks at Fore PartsSection 10 Piping Systems and Venting Systems for Oil TankersSection 11 Electrical EquipmentCHAPTER 2 ORE CARRIERSSection 1 GeneralSection 2 Double bottomsSection 3 Wing Tanks or Void SpacesSection 4 Transverse Bulkheads and Stools in Ore HoldsSection 5 Relative deformation of wing tanksSection 6 Decks and MiscellaneousSection 7 Ore/Oil CarriersCHAPTER 3 BULK CARRIERSSection 1 GeneralSection 2 Harmonised Notations and CorrespondingSection 3 Double BottomsSection 4 Hopper TanksSection 5 Topside TanksSection 6 Transverse Bulkheads and StoolsSection 7 Hold FramesSection 8 Decks and Shell PlatingsSection 9 Hatch Covers and Hatch Coamings of Cargo HoldsSection 10 Longitudinal Strength of HullSection 11 Evaluation of Allowable Hold Loading for Bulk Carriers Considering Hold FloodingSection 12 Evaluation of Scantlings of Corrugated Transverse Watertight Bulkheads in Bulk Carriers Considering Hold FloodingSection 13 Requirements for the Fitting of a Forecastle for Bulk Carriers, Ore Carriers and Combination CarriersSection 14 Water Level Detection & Alarms and Drainage & Pumping Systems for Bulk Carriers and Single Hold Cargo ShipsSection 15 Supplementary Provisions for Carriage of Liquid in HoldsSection 16 Electrical Equipment of Coal CarriersSection 17 Renewal Criteria for Side Shell Frames and Brackets in Single Side Skin Bulk Carriers and Single Side Skin OBO CarriersSection 18 Cargo Hatch Cover Securing ArrangementsCHAPTER 4 CONTAINER SHIPSSection 2 Longitudinal StrengthSection 3 Double BottomsSection 4 Double Side ConstructionSection 5 Transverse BulkheadsSection 6 Deck ConstructionSection 7 Water-BreakerSection 8 Tug Pushing AreaSection 9 Strength at Large Flare LocationSection 10 Freight Container Securing ArrangementsSection 11 WeldingCHAPTER 5SHIPS CARRYINGIN BULKSection 1 GeneralSection 2 Longitudinal StrengthSection 3 Deck StructureSection 4 Electrical Equipment of Automobile CarriersCHAPTER 8 OFFSHORE SUPPLY SHIPSSection 1 GeneralSection 2 Longitudinal StrengthSection 3 Shell PlatingSection 4 Deck PlatingSection 5 FramingSection 6 Superstructures and DeckhousesSection 7 Watertight Bulkhead DoorsSection 8 Engine Exhaust OutletsCHAPTER 9 TUGSSection 1 GeneralSection 2 Longitudinal StrengthSection 3 Single BottomsSection 4 Panting and Strengthening of Bottom ForwardSection 5 Machinery CasingsSection 6 Towing ArrangementsSection 7 FendersCHAPTER 10 DOUBLE HULL TANKERSection 1 GeneralSection 2 Bulkhead PlatingSection 3 Longitudinals and StiffenersSection 4 GirdersSection 5 Structural DetailsSection 6 Special Requirements for CorrosionSection 7 Special Requirements for Forward Wing TanksSection 8 Special Requirements for Tankers with Mid-deckSection 9 Special Requirements for Hatchways and Permanent GangwaySection 10 Welding2015GA-07A-E1. Unless expressly specified otherwise, the which contracts for construction are signedCONTENTSSection 1 GeneralSection 2 Hatchways, Gangways and Freeing ArrangementSection 3 Longitudinal Frames and Beams in Cargo Oil SpacesSection 4 Girders, Transverses and Cross Ties in Cargo Oil SpacesSection 5 Bulkheads in Cargo Oil SpacesSection 6 Relative Deformation of Wing TanksSection 10 Piping Systems and Venting Systems for Oil TankersSection 11 Electrical Equipment of Oil TankersCHAPTER 2 ORE CARRIERSSection 1 GeneralSection 3 Wing Tanks or Void SpacesSection 5 Relative deformation of wing tanksSection 7 Ore/oil carriersCHAPTER 3 BULK CARRIERSSection 1 GeneralSection 3 Double BottomsSection 4 Hopper TanksSection 5 Topside TanksSection 6 Transverse Bulkhead and StoolsSection 7 Hold FrameSection 8 Decks and Shell PlatingsSection 9 Hatch Covers and Hatch Coamings of Cargo HoldsSection 11 Evaluation of Allowable Hold Loading for Bulk Carriers Considering Hold FloodingSection 14 Water Level Detection & Alarm and Drainage & Pumping Systems for Bulk Carriers and Single Hold Cargo ShipsSection 15 Supplementary Provisions for Carriage of Liquid in HoldsSection 16 Electrical Equipment in Coal CarriersSection 17 Renewal Criteria for Side Shell Frames and Brackets in Single Side Skin Bulk Carriers and Single Side Skin OBO CarriersCHAPTER 4 CONTAINER SHIPSSection 1 GeneralSection 2 Longitudinal StrengthSection 3 Double Bottom ConstructionSection 4 Double Side ConstructionSection 6 Deck ConstructionSection 10 Freight Container Securing ArrangementCHAPTER 5 SHIPS CARRYING LIQUEFIED GASES IN BULKCHAPTER 10 DOUBLE HULL TANKERSection 1 GeneralSection 2 Bulkhead PlatingSection 3 Longitudinals and StiffenersSection 4 GirdersSection 5 Structural DetailsSection 6 Special Requirements for CorrosionSection 8 Special Requirements for Tankers with Mid-deckSection 9 Special Requirements for Hatchways and Freeing ArrangementsSection 10 WeldingAnnex 7-1 Additional Requirements for Oil Tankers Using Crude Oil as aAnnex 7-2 Guidance for the Container Securing ArrangementsAnnex 7-3 Guidance for Car FerriesAnnex 7-4 Guidance for Calculating the Maximum Allowable and Required Mass of Cargo and Double Bottom ContentsAnnex 7-5 Additional Requirements for Existing Bulk CarriersAnnex 7-6 Water Level Detection & Alarms and Drainage & Pumping Systems for Bulk Carriers and Single Hold Cargo ShipsAnnex 7-7 Unified Interpretation of ConventionAnnex 7-8 Instruction for Use of Extremely Thick Steel PlatesPART 7 SHIPS OF SPECIAL SERVICE