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Interaction between vessels and waves is the major source of sea spray that, under certain conditions, can lead to ice accretion on the vessels and thus create hazardous situations.
IMO NEWS • AUTUMN Its time to make a diﬀerence. % Max. The IMO has adopted a global sulphur cap. This requires all ships to either use max % sulphur content Marine Fuel Oil. For vessels operating in areas where ice accretion may be expected.6 within the areas defined in, and known to having icing conditions significantly different from those described inice accretion requirements of one half to twice the required allowance may be applied; and.
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The guidance, currently being finalised, contains a newly developed system that allows for the level of risk to be determined based on specific ice conditions for ships of different ice classes.
The FSCIR ice classes are given in the table below. The FSCIR are primarily intended for the design of merchant ships trading in first year ice conditions in the Northern Baltic, during winter. Due to limited salt content of the Baltic a strong ice forms, resulting in high strength requirements for vessels operating in these waters.5/5(1).
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