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DNV SERVICE DOCUMENTS

SUMMARY OF CHANGES AND


CURRENT DOCUMENT STATUS
OCTOBER 2010

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Service Specifications. Procedual requirements.
Standards. Technical requirements.
Recommended Practices. Guidance.
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A) Qualification, Quality and Safety Methodology
B) Materials Technology
C) Structures
D) Systems
E) Special Facilities
F) Pipelines and Risers
G) Asset Operation
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CONTENTS
Sec. 1

General ................................................................................................................................................ 4

Sec. 2

Current Service Specifications, Standards and Recommended Practices .................................... 6

Sec. 3

Summary of Changes ......................................................................................................................... 9

A. Changes to DNV Service Specifications ........................................................................................................................ 9


B. Changes to DNV Standards .......................................................................................................................................... 10
C. Changes to Recommended Practices ............................................................................................................................ 14

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SECTION 1
GENERAL
Electronic binding versions
As of October 2010, we are introducing two new DNV service document types to be used for services that are
not limited to offshore and/or not to be considered as DNV Rules for classification of Ships or HSLC/NSC. The
documents have been named; DNV Service Specifications (DSS) and DNV Standards (DS).
Additionally, as of October 2010 all DNV service documents are primarily published electronically. The electronic pdf versions of the documents found through http://www.dnv.com are the officially binding versions.
In order to initiate and ensure a practical transition from the OSS/OS to DSS/DS scheme for relevant documents
and print scheme to the electronic scheme the following has been done:,
All documents that should be transferred without further change in content to the new document types DSS or
DS and those having incorporated amendments and corrections more recent than the date of the latest printed
issue, have been renamed as relevant and given the date October 2010.
Except the already incorporated amendments and corrections, no other changes have been made to the documents.
The applicable documents are shown in the table below.
List of documents given the date October 2010 due to new service document types available and electronic transition
Service Specifications
DNV-OSS-302 Offshore Riser Systems
DNV-OSS-305 Rules for Certification and Verification of Diving Systems
DNV-OSS-308 Verification of Lifting Appliances for the Oil and Gas Industry
DNV-OSS-309 Verification, Certification and Classification of Gas Export and Receiving Terminals
DNV-OSS-401 Technology Qualification Management
DNV-DSS-314 Verification of Hydrocarbon Refining and Petrochemical Facilities
DNV-DSS-315 Verification of Onshore LNG and Gas Facilities
Standards
DNV-OS-C501 Composite Components
DNV-OS-C502 Offshore Concrete Structures
DNV-OS-C503 Concrete LNG Terminal Structures and Containment Systems
DNV-OS-E402 Offshore Standard for Diving Systems
DNV-OS-F101 Submarine Pipeline Systems
DNV-OS-F201 Dynamic Risers
DNV-OS-J101
Design of Offshore Wind Turbine Structures
DNV-DS-J102
Design and Manufacture of Wind Turbine Blades, Offshore and Onshore Wind Turbines
Recommended Practices
DNV-RP-B401 Cathodic Protection Design
DNV-RP-C103 Column Stabilised Units
DNV-RP-C201 Buckling Strength of Plated Structures
DNV-RP-C202 Buckling Strength of Shells
DNV-RP-C204 Design against Accidental Loads
DNV-RP-C205 Environmental Conditions and Environmental Loads
DNV-RP-C206 Fatigue Methodology of Offshore Ships
DNV-RP-C207 Statistical Representation of Soil Data
DNV-RP-E402 Naval Rescue Submersibles
DNV-RP-E403 Hyperbaric Evacuation Systems
DNV-RP-F101 Corroded Pipelines
DNV-RP-F102 Pipeline Field Joint Coating and Field Repair of Linepipe Coating
DNV-RP-F103 Cathodic Protection of Submarine Pipelines by Galvanic Anodes
DNV-RP-F106 Factory Applied External Pipeline Coatings for Corrosion Control
DNV-RP-F107 Risk Assessment of Pipeline Protection
DNV-RP-F109 On-Bottom Stability Design of Submarine Pipelines
DNV-RP-F111 Interference Between Trawl Gear and Pipelines
DNV-RP-F202 Composite Risers
DNV-RP-F204 Riser Fatigue
DNV-RP-F205 Global Performance Analysis of Deepwater Floating Structures
DNV-RP-G101 Risk Based Inspection of Offshore Topsides Static Mechanical Equipment

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Update Scheme
The update scheme of the documents is as follows:
1) Whenever revised, or undergoing significant editorial changes, a document will be given a new edition date
and the main changes will be described on Page 3 of that document. The corresponding Adobe PDF file
will be made available through http://www.dnv.com/resources/rules_standards/ and the date of the Current edition column of Table 1 in Sec.2 will be updated.
2) If, at a later date, the need arises for insignificant editorial corrections to the document, the electronic file
will be updated, but the edition date will be retained. However, a new Adobe PDF file will be generated
and made available through http://www.dnv.com/resources/rules_standards/. The date of the PDF file will
appear in the Editorial corrections column of Table 1 in Sec.2.
Discontinued updating of the Amendments and Corrections document
As a result of moving away from the Print scheme there is no longer need for a separate Amendments and
corrections document which intention was to supply buyers of printed documents with a detailed view of
amendments to the documents applicable after issued in print.
The electronic PDF files are now the officially binding versions and will always be kept current and downloadable.
Readers of documents are encouraged to regularly check for updates in order to ensure that they hold the current updated versions.

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SECTION 2
CURRENT SERVICE SPECIFICATIONS, STANDARDS AND
RECOMMENDED PRACTICES

Table 1 Current Documents

Service Specifications
DNV-OSS-101 Rules for Classification of Offshore Drilling and Support Units
DNV-OSS-102 Rules for Classification of Floating Production, Storage and
Loading Units
DNV-OSS-103 Rules for Classification of LNG/LPG Floating Production and Storage Units or
Installations
DNV-OSS-121 Classification based on Performance Criteria Determined from Risk Assessment Methodology
DNV-OSS-201 Verification for Compliance with Norwegian Shelf Legislation
DNV-OSS-202 Verification for Compliance with UK Shelf Regulations
DNV-OSS-300 Risk Based Verification
DNV-OSS-301 Certification and Verification of Pipelines
DNV-OSS-302 Offshore Riser Systems
DNV-OSS-304 Risk Based Verification of Offshore Structures
DNV-OSS-305 Rules for Certification and Verification of Diving Systems
DNV-OSS-306 Verification of Subsea Facilities
DNV-OSS-307 Verification of Process Facilities
DNV-OSS-308 Verification of Lifting Appliances for the Oil and Gas Industry
DNV-OSS-309 Verification, Certification and Classification of Gas Export and
Receiving Terminals
DNV-OSS-312 Certification of Tidal and Wave Energy Converters
DNV-OSS-313 Pipe Mill and Coating Yard - Qualification
DNV-DSS-314 Verification of Hydrocarbon Refining and Petrochemical Facilities
DNV-DSS-315 Verification of Onshore LNG and Gas Facilities
DNV-OSS-401 Technology Qualification Management
Standards
DNV-OS-A101 Safety Principles and Arrangement
DNV-OS-B101 Metallic Materials
DNV-OS-C101 Design of Offshore Steel Structures, General (LRFD method)
DNV-OS-C102 Structural Design of Offshore Ships
DNV-OS-C103 Structural Design of Column Stabilised Units (LRFD method)
DNV-OS-C104 Structural Design of Self-elevating Units (LRFD method)
DNV-OS-C105 Structural Design of TLPs (LRFD method)
DNV-OS-C106 Structural Design of Deep Draught Floating Units/Spars (LRFD and WSD
Method)
DNV-OS-C107 Structural Design of Ship-shaped Drilling and Well Service Units
DNV-OS-C201 Structural Design of Offshore Units (WSD method)
DNV-OS-C301 Stability and Watertight Integrity
DNV-OS-C401 Fabrication and Testing of Offshore Structures
DNV-OS-C501 Composite Components
DNV-OS-C502 Offshore Concrete Structures
DNV-OS-C503 Concrete LNG Terminal Structures and Containment Systems
DNV-OS-D101 Marine and Machinery Systems and Equipment
DNV-OS-D201 Electrical Installations
DNV-OS-D202 Automation, Safety, and Telecommunication Systems
DNV-OS-D203 Integrated Software-Dependent System (Tentative Standard)
DNV-OS-D301 Fire Protection
DNV-OS-E101 Drilling Plant
DNV-OS-E201 Oil and Gas Processing Systems
DNV-OS-E301 Position Mooring
DNV-OS-E302 Offshore Mooring Chain
DNV-OS-E303 Offshore Mooring Fibre Ropes
DNV-OS-E304 Offshore Mooring Steel Wire Ropes

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edition

Editorial
corrections

October 2010
October 2010

October 2008

October 2009

October 2008

April 2010
October 2008
April 2004
October 2000
October 2010
October 2006
October 2010
June 2004
June 2004
October 2010
October 2010

October 2008
April 2009
October 2010
October 2010
October 2010

October 2010
April 2009
October 2008
October 2008
October 2008
October 2008
October 2008
October 2008

April 2010
October 2009
October 2009
April 2009
October 2009
October 2009

October 2008
October 2008
October 2010
October 2010
October 2010
October 2010
October 2010
October 2010
October 2008
October 2008
April 2010
October 2008
October 2009
October 2010
October 2010
October 2008
October 2010
April 2009

October 2009
October 2009

October 2009

October 2009

October 2009

October 2009

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Table 1 Current Documents (Continued)


Current
edition
October 2008
October 2010
October 2008
April 2010
October 2010
October 2010
October 2010
October 2010

DNV-OS-E401
DNV-OS-E402
DNV-OS-E403
DNV-OS-E406
DNV-OS-F101
DNV-OS-F201
DNV-OS-J101
DNV-DS-J102

Helicopter Decks
Offshore Standard for Diving Systems
Offshore Loading Buoys
Design of Free Fall Lifeboats
Submarine Pipeline Systems
Dynamic Risers
Design of Offshore Wind Turbine Structures
Design and Manufacture of Wind Turbine Blades, Offshore and
Onshore Wind Turbines
DNV-OS-J201 Offshore Substations for Wind Farms
October 2009
DNV-OS-J301 Standard for Classification of Wind Turbine Installation Units
October 2010
Recommended Practices
DNV-RP-A201 Plan Approval Documentation Types Definitions
October 2010
DNV-RP-A203 Qualification Procedures for New Technology
September 2001
DNV-RP-B101 Corrosion Protection of Floating Production and Storage Units
April 2007
DNV-RP-B401 Cathodic Protection Design
October 2010
DNV-RP-C101 Allowable Thickness Diminution for Hull Structure of Offshore Ships
April 2007
DNV-RP-C102 Structural Design of Offshore Ships
February 2002
DNV-RP-C103 Column Stabilised Units
October 2010
DNV-RP-C201 Buckling Strength of Plated Structures
October 2010
DNV-RP-C202 Buckling Strength of Shells
October 2010
DNV-RP-C203 Fatigue Design of Offshore Steel Structures
April 2010
DNV-RP-C204 Design against Accidental Loads
October 2010
DNV-RP-C205 Environmental Conditions and Environmental Loads
October 2010
DNV-RP-C206 Fatigue Methodology of Offshore Ships
October 2010
DNV-RP-C207 Statistical Representation of Soil Data
October 2010
DNV-RP-D101 Structural Analysis of Piping Systems
October 2008
DNV-RP-D201 Integrated Software Dependent Systems
October 2009
DNV-RP-E101 Recertification of Well Control Equipment
October 2008
DNV-RP-E102 Recertification of Blowout Preventers and Well Control Equipment for the US
June 2010
Outer Continental Shelf
DNV-RP-E301 Design and Installation of Fluke Anchors in Clay
2000
DNV-RP-E302 Design And Installation of Plate Anchors in Clay
December 2002
DNV-RP-E303 Geotechnical Design and Installation of Suction Anchors in Clay
October 2005
DNV-RP-E304 Damage Assessment of Fibre Ropes for Offshore Mooring
April 2005
DNV-RP-E401 Survey of Diving Systems
April 2007
DNV-RP-E402 Naval Rescue Submersibles
October 2010
DNV-RP-E403 Hyperbaric Evacuation Systems
October 2010
DNV-RP-F101 Corroded Pipelines
October 2010
DNV-RP-F102 Pipeline Field Joint Coating and Field Repair of Linepipe Coating
October 2010
DNV-RP-F103 Cathodic Protection of Submarine Pipelines by Galvanic Anodes
October 2010
DNV-RP-F105 Free Spanning Pipelines
February 2006
DNV-RP-F106 Factory Applied External Pipeline Coatings for Corrosion Control
October 2010
DNV-RP-F107 Risk Assessment of Pipeline Protection
October 2010
DNV-RP-F108 Fracture Control for Pipeline Installation Methods Introducing
January 2006
Cyclic Plastic Strain
DNV-RP-F109 On-Bottom Stability Design of Submarine Pipelines
October 2010
DNV-RP-F110 Global Buckling of Submarine Pipelines
October 2007
Structural Design due to High Temperature/High Pressure
DNV-RP-F111 Interference Between Trawl Gear and Pipelines
October 2010
DNV-RP-F112 Design of Duplex Stainless Steel Subsea Equipment Exposed to
October 2008
Cathodic Protection
DNV-RP-F113 Pipeline Subsea Repair
October 2007
DNV-RP-F116 Integrity Management of Submarine Pipeline Systems
October 2009
DNV-RP-F118 Pipe Girth Weld Aut System Qualification and Project Specific Procedure
October 2010
Validation
DNV-RP-F201 Design of Titanium Risers
October 2002
DNV-RP-F202 Composite Risers
October 2010
DNV-RP-F203 Riser Interference
April 2009

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Table 1 Current Documents (Continued)

DNV-RP-F204
DNV-RP-F205
DNV-RP-F206
DNV-RP-F301
DNV-RP-F302
DNV-RP-G101
DNV-RP-G103
DNV-RP-H101
DNV-RP-H102
DNV-RP-H103
DNV-RP-J201

Riser Fatigue
Global Performance Analysis of Deepwater Floating Structures
Riser Integrity Management
Subsea Separator Structural Design
Selection and Use of Subsea Leak Detection Systems
Risk Based Inspection of Offshore Topsides Static Mechanical Equipment
Non-intrusive Inspection
Risk Management in Marine and Subsea Operations
Marine operations during Removal of Offshore Installations
Modelling and Analysis of Marine Operations
Qualification Procedures for CO2 Capture Technology

DNV-RP-J202

Design and Operation of CO2 Pipelines

DNV-RP-O401 Safety and Reliability of Subsea Systems


DNV-RP-O501 Erosive Wear in Piping Systems

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edition
October 2010
October 2010
April 2008
April 2007
April 2010
October 2010
October 2007
January 2003
April 2004
April 2010
April 2010

Editorial
corrections

April 2010

April 1985
2005

2007

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SECTION 3
SUMMARY OF CHANGES
A. Changes to DNV Service Specifications
DNV Service Specifications Main changes
Document number Document title
DNV-OSS-101
Rules for Classification
of Offshore Drilling
and Support Units

Main changes
Well Intervention Units:
The current DNV-OSS-101 does not take into account the needs of the industry. Well Intervention Unit service notation has therefore been split in two,
and one of the service notations will be voluntary instead of mandatory as it is
today.
The WELL notation has been split in two - where the WELL-1 notation will
not require the owner to certify the sub sea equipment (RS1).
ISDS:
New voluntary class notations for Independent Software Dependent System
Integration (ISDS-1 to 3) introduced.
Hull PMS:
Hull PMS (planned maintenance system) introduced as an optional alternative
survey arrangement- also for offshore units.
In-service Inspection of structures:
The inspection scope for column-stabilised units has been updated with increased emphasis on renewal survey, and corresponding reduced external
scope for intermediate surveys.

DNV-OSS-102

Rules for Classification


of Floating Production,
Storage and Loading Units

Provisions for Ageing Units:


Alternative to increased inspection due to age has been introduced, allowing
for inspection based on the actual condition rather than age in order to maintain the required safety level.
ISDS:
New voluntary class notations for Independent Software Dependent System
Integration (ISDS -1 to 3) have been introduced.
Hull PMS:
Hull PMS (Planned Maintenance System) has been introduced as an optional
alternative survey arrangement also for offshore units.
In-service Inspection of structures:

DNV-DSS-314

Verification of Hydrocarbon Refining and Petrochemical Facilities

DNV-DSS-315

Verification of Onshore
LNG and Gas Facilities

The inspection scope for column-stabilised units has been updated with
increased emphasis on renewal survey, and corresponding reduced external scope for intermediate surveys.
Revised scope for boiler survey: Aligned with new IACS unified requirements
Revised description of Machinery PMS: Aligned with latest text from
Ship Rules Pt.7 Ch.1
Revised description of PMS RCM scheme (reliability-centred maintenance)
New alternative survey arrangement Offshore CM: Introduction of Offshore CM as a survey arrangement based on use of an approved service
provider for execution of condition monitoring.
General update of references and editorial improvements: Based on experience feed-back from users.
This service specification; DSS-314: Verification of Hydrocarbon Refining and
Petrochemical Facilities replaces the previous version of the document with short
name; DNV-OSS-314. There are no changes in content, only how the document is
referred to, as OSS now will be used for Service Specifications intended for Offshore use.
This service specification; DSS-315: Verification of Onshore LNG and Gas Facilities replaces the previous version of the document with short name; DNV-OSS315. There are no changes in content, only how the document is referred to, as OSS
now will be used for Service Specifications intended for Offshore use.

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B. Changes to DNV Standards


DNV Standards Main changes
Document number Document title
DNV-OS-A101
Safety Principles and
Arrangement
DNV-OS-C301
Stability and Watertight
Integrity

Main changes
Item F301 in Sec.6 Escape and communication has been amended.
General
Several minor updates of items that was out of date/incorrect has been carried
out in order to make the OS more user-friendly.
Ch.2 Sec.1 Stability

DNV-OS-D101

Marine and Machinery


Systems and Equipment

In Sub-section element E300, additional damage stability criterion for Self-Elevating units have been included in order to align the OS with the 2009 IMO
MODU Code.
General
In addition to the below stated changes, a number of corrections and clarifications have been made in the existing text.
Ch.1 Sec.1
A. General:
Included reference to Ballast Water Treatment Units in Ship Rules Pt.4
Ch.6.
B. Normative References:
Table B2 Normative references revised to be in line with systems listed
in Ch.2 Sec.4.
D. Definitions:
Definition of Redundancy type revised to be in line with DNV-OS-D202.
Ch.2 Sec.1
A. Arrangement:
Arrangement of hydraulic power units and purifiers for heated fuel oil revised to be in line with Rules for classification of ships Pt.4 Ch.1
Requirements to plastic pipes revised to be in line with Rules for classification of ships Pt.4 Ch.6
Requirement for remotely controlled valves, valves on side and bottom of
floating units and installations, and fittings on collision bulkhead revised to
be in line with Rules for classification of ships Pt.4 Ch.6
Included requirements for Refrigerant Systems, in line with Ship Rules.
Added reference to DNV-OS-D202.
B. Construction and Function:
Table B1 Environmental condition for unit or installation of ship-shaped
type revised to be in line with Rules for classification of ships Pt.4 Ch.1
Guidance note regarding Main functions deleted as it is already defined
in DNV-OSS-101
Added assumption regarding availability of engines combined as emergency generators/generators for electrical propulsion/dynamic propulsion.
C. Personnel Protection:
Item C102 has been deleted.
Ch.2 Sec.2
A. General:
Updated Table A1, Classes of Piping systems in line with Rules for classification of ships Pt.4 Ch.6.
B. Materials:
Use of grey cast iron revised to be in line with Rules for classification of
ships Pt.4 Ch.6
Requirements to plastic pipes revised to be in line with Rules for classification of ships Pt.4 Ch.6.

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DNV Standards Main changes (Continued)


Document number Document title

Main changes
C. Design Conditions:
Table C5 giving permissible stresses with reference to DNV specific steel
qualities has been deleted and new reference made to recognized standards
in DNV-OS-B101, in line with Rules for classification of ships Pt.4 Ch.6
Requirements for Thermal expansion stresses, Documentation of thermal
stress calculation, Stress calculation and Table C6 included in line with
Rules for classification of ships Pt.4 Ch.6
Requirements to plastic pipes revised to be in line with Rules for classification of ships Pt.4 Ch.6.
E. Valves:
Requirement to valve design revised in line with Rules for classification
of ships
Deleted requirement regarding screw-on valve bonnets.
F. Flexible Hoses:
The requirements for flexible hoses have been revised in line with Rules
for classification of ships and IACS UR P2 2.12.
G. Detachable Pipe Connections:
The requirements for detachable pipe connections have been revised in
line with Rules for classification of ships and IACS UR P2 2.12. Inserted
Table G2 and G3.
H. Socket Welded Joints and Slip-on Sleeve Welded Joints:
Use of slip-on sleeve welded joints in overboard pipes restricted in line
with Rules for classification of ships Pt.4 Ch.6.
Ch.2 Sec.3
B. Ballast, Bilge and Drainage Systems General:
Deleted general capacity requirement.
F. Air, Overflow and Sounding Pipes:
Vent for lub. oil tanks revised in line with Rules for classification of ships
Pt.4 Ch.6
Requirement to overflow pipes and short sounding pipes revised in line
with Rules for classification of ships Pt.4 Ch.6.
Ch.2 Sec.4
A. General:
Added new sub-section element A100 Scope.
B. Cooling System:
Included requirements for combined cooling water/fuel oil heating systems, and sea chest arrangement for class notations for navigation in ice,
in line with Rules for classification of ships Pt.4 Ch.6.
D. Fuel Oil System:
Included acceptance criteria for use of oil fuels with a flash point less than
60C, in line with Rules for classification of ships Pt.4 Ch.6
Valve arrangement on fuel oil tanks revised in line with Rules for classification of ships Pt.4 Ch.6 and SOLAS Ch.II-2
Requirements to remote stop of fuel oil pumps and fans deleted since they
are already stated in DNV-OS-D201.
G. Steam Systems:
Included requirements to blow down valves on unit's side in line with
Rules for classification of ships Pt.4 Ch.6.
H. Hydraulic Systems:
Requirements to hydraulic cylinders are deleted and reference made to
DNV Standards for Certification No. 2.9 (Approval Program No.5778.93).
I. Pneumatic Power Supply:
Revised in line with Rules for classification of ships Pt.4 Ch.6.

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DNV Standards Main changes (Continued)


Document number Document title

Main changes
J. Pneumatic Starting Arrangements:
Revised in line with Rules for classification of ships Pt.4 Ch.6 and experience feedback. Included requirement to fire pump drivers.
K. Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC):
Added requirement for installation of electrical fan motors installed in
ventilation ducts for hazardous spaces, in line with Rules for classification of ships Pt.5 Ch.3
Safety requirements for Refrigeration plants revised to be applicable for
plants with total prime mover effect of 100W and above, in line with
Rules for classification of ships Pt.4 Ch.1.
L. Use of Gas and Crude Oil for Auxiliary Boilers and Turbines:
Reference to DNV-OS-E201 also applicable for gas fuelled boilers.
Ch.2 Sec.5
B. Recognised Codes and Standards:
Deleted reference to recognized codes and standards.
C. General Marine Equipment:
Clarified that for certification of machinery and equipment with similar
application as for ships, requirements as given in the Rules for Classification of Ships will be applicable. Recognised international standards may
be used on a case by case basis.
Ch.3 Sec.1
C. Certification of Materials and Components:
Included certification requirements for hydraulic cylinders in Table C2
Table C5 updated in line with Rules for classification of ships Pt.4 Ch.6
Requirement to certification of compressors revised to be in line with
Ship Rules.
E. Survey During Installation and Commissioning:

DNV-OS-E201

DNV-OS-E301

Oil and Gas Processing


Systems

Position Mooring

Deleted requirement that commissioning procedures shall be approved.


Further, added some text clarifying DNVs involvement with commissioning.
Offloading systems:
Requirements for offloading systems updated and expanded. Moved to a
new separate Ch.2 Sec.12, stipulating requirements to design of arrangement, safety & control systems, hoses and hawsers of offloading systems.
Introducing a new voluntary class notation OFFLOADING, granted to
units complying with Ch.2 Sec.12 of the revised DNV-OS-E201.
Requirements for equipment certification - relevant for the
OFFLOADING notation introduced in Ch.3.
Ch.2 Sec.9 Materials and Corrosion Protection completely re-written for improved alignment with recognised industry codes and practice.
General updating of references and editorial improvements based on experience feed-back from users.
Ch.2 Sec.1
B306: Included a definition of extreme value for mooring line tensions during
a squall event.
B700: Adjusted the required drag coefficients for steel wire ropes.
Ch.2 Sec.2
B101: Added fibre rope degradation method.
B110 (previous item B106): updated guidance regarding e-modules of studless
chain based on information from VICINAY.
E201: Updated Table E1 with respect to in-service assessment.
F800: Requirements to investigate the possibility of VIM on steel wire and fibre ropes included. If VIM is a possible load effect, the effect shall be included
in fatigue assessment.

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DNV Standards Main changes (Continued)


Document number Document title

Main changes
Ch.2 Sec.4
Sub-section J, Added 103 and 200: design criteria for fibre ropes and yarn for
fibre ropes.
Q105: Added requirement to measuring ranges for tension measuring equipment.
R403: Added design requirement to element between MLBE and mooring
line.
Ch.2 Sec.5
A100: Added requirements for anchor shackles for mobile mooring that are
not of R-quality.
Ch.3 Sec.1
B100: Added that temporary mooring is not a class requirement for DP units
with DYNPOS-AUTR or AUTRO notations. Towing arrangements for ship
shaped units shall be according to DNV Rules for Classification of Ships.
D602: It is emphasized that it is the technical part of the standard that could be
replaced by e.g. API RP2SK and ISO 19901-7, and that equipment and material shall be certified by DNV.
Ch.3 Sec.2

DNV-OS-E303

DNV-DS-J102

DNV-OS-J301

A200: Chain qualities R4S and R5 are included in the standard.


G200: Requirements added regarding in-service condition assessment for fibre ropes.
Offshore Mooring Fibre
Definitions of terms have been updated.
Ropes
This standard now presents three certificate formats, ropes for Long-Term -,
ropes for Mobile Moorings and one for thimbles.
Approval of Manufacturer schemes for fibre rope manufacturers and load
bearing yarn manufacturers are introduced.
Testing procedure for load bearing yarns is introduced
The structure of each chapter is reorganized in order to separate the applicable
requirements to long term mooring and. mobile mooring. The scope of testing
for mobile mooring is brought in line with ISO 18962, whilst for long term
moorings the principle of application of specific mooring systems performance is reinforced.
Rules for hardware (thimbles) have been clarified.
Testing methods, which are subject to approval, have been removed from Ch.2
Sec.3.
The previous Appendixes A, B, C and D on Fibre rope stretch and stiffness,
Measuring and Expressing the Rope Change-in-Length Properties, Changein-length test methods for long-term mooring and Quality review report
have been removed.
The term soil barrier is replaced by filter, as this is the commonly used term
in other standards.
Added a new Appendix A containing scope of survey for fibre-rope production.
Design and Manufacture of This service specification; DS-J102: Design and Manufacture of Wind Turbine
Wind Turbine Blades, Off- Blades, Offshore and Onshore Wind Turbines replaces the previous version of the
shore and Onshore Wind
document with short name; DNV-OS-J102. There are no changes in content, only
Turbines
how the document is referred to, as OS now will be used for Standards intended for
Offshore use.
Standard for Classification This new DNV Offshore Standard provides special technical requirements for units
which are purpose built for installation/maintenance of Offshore Wind Turbine.
of Wind Turbine
The standard supports the special service notation Wind Turbine Installation
Installation Units
Unit which was introduced through the DNV-OSS-101 in October 2009.

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C. Changes to Recommended Practices


DNV Recommended Practices Main changes
Document number Document title
Main changes
DNV-RP-A201
Plan Approval Documenta- Sec.2 Documentation Types
tion Types Definitions
B200: Document type definition of Freeboard Plan is updated.
H190: Container stowage and securing manual is amended.
New item I260 Control and monitoring systems - periodical test procedure
New documentation types have been added as follows:

DNV-RP-F118

Pipe Girth Weld Aut System Qualification and


Project Specific Procedure
Validation

M085 Hazardous materials documentation - appendix 2 substances


M100 Material declaration
M110 Declaration of conformity relating to use of hazardous materials
M120 Hazardous materials location plan.

In addition documentation types M081, M083 and M084 have been amended.
This new document provides a uniform guideline for the general qualification of
Automated Ultrasonic Testing (AUT) systems, ensuring that the qualification and
project specific validation of any AUT system is according to the requirements of
OS-F101 Appendix E and is consistently performed to comply with the specific requirements of the referenced code.
In principle, the guideline can be utilised for all materials but special care shall be
taken for applications where inconsistent wave propagation or other wave physics
are affected by structural properties.

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