May 2015 issue of Horizons out now
The building of a series of powerful polar icebreakers, the growth of a cutting-edge enterprise zone in Norway and LR’s role in the classing and approving of two innovative LNG-fuelled ferries for Canada. These are just three of the highlights of the May 2015 issue of Horizons, LR’s marine magazine.
What’s New in ICTM 2018
Digital insight is at the core of everything we do. We help you cut through your data noise to enhance asset performance, take an intelligent approach to risk management and ultimately give you the confidence that steers your strategic operations, without compromising environment or safety
Lloyd’s Register doctoral candidate presents leading offshore wind research
Marco Sepulveda, an LR-sponsored Engineering Doctorate student with the Industrial Doctorate Centre for Offshore Renewable Energy (IDCORE), is based in our Aberdeen office under the supervision of Dr Mark Spring and Prof Peter Davies. Marco’s Doctorate, which he will complete next year, focuses on wind turbine reliability. In recent months, Marco has presented papers and posters at a number of major industry conferences in collaboration with LR.
Inspection of water mist nozzles
AMENDMENTS TO THE REVISED GUIDELINES FOR THE MAINTENANCE AND INSPECTION OF FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS AND APPLIANCES (MSC.1/CIRC.1432)
Arc Flash guidance
This guidance document is structured to introduce the concept of arc flash. The various components of the subject are described in detail. These components include the nature of an arc flash event, as well as its effects on the surrounding environment and any personnel operating in that environment. The methods used for carrying out an analysis are discussed in detail. The guidance document identifies the various mitigation techniques used to protect personnel and assets from the effects of arc flash. In summary, this report attempts to consolidate the subject of arc flash by identifying what an arc flash actually is, its cause, its impact on assets and human life, and the calculations required for a comprehensive arc flash study (as described in the various industry-recognised guides). It also provides some guidance on when a study should be submitted to comply with Lloyd’s Register’s (LR’s) rule requirements.
Marine and Offshore: Shaping the future, delivering solutions today
Lloyd’s Register (LR) is a leading international provider of classification, compliance and consultancy services to the marine and offshore industry, helping our clients design, construct and operate their assets to the highest levels of safety and performance.
ASME B&PV Code Section VIII-1 & V: Fabrication, Contrôles et Essais
Le code ASME section VIII Division 1, code de construction des appareils à pression des USA est largement utilisé dans le monde entier. Cette session de formation vous permettra une approche pragmatique de ce Code universellement reconnu, et une approche sensiblement différente des codes européens tel le CODAP.
RCC-M nuclear code training: RCC-M Design and calculation - Material Level 2 & 3
RCC-M is the design and construction code for the European Pressurised Water Reactor (EPR) nuclear island mechanical components. Suppliers wishing to enter the UK Nuclear New Build programme will be required to be familiar with this code.
Listing of the typical range of branch connections
We operate the Gas Industry Registration Scheme (GIRS) on behalf of the UK Gas Transporters.
Seaborne ethane and demand for a new ship type
Lloyd's Register report looks at the commercial landscape, regulatory issues and technical realities of a new trade in ethane emerging as a result of increased US gas production - and the technology required for large ethane carriers