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MHI NAGASAKI
MARINE BOILER
DESIGNING SECTION
Order No.
Subject

TECHNICAL REPORT
Project Name

No.

BzM-Z1628

Date

Dec. 4, 2006

MAIN BOILER FOR LNGC

SERVICE REPORT OF DUMPING SILENCER

1. INTRODUCTION
The orifice plate of dumping silencer was removed on the following two (2) vessels.
1) Vessel A on Oct. 2006 (before gas trial)
2) Vessel B on April 2006 (after vessel delivery, about 1 year operation period)
The cause of trouble is welding defect for orifice plate, i.e. incomplete penetration by poor
workmanship and improper inspection by NDT (Non Destructive Testing).

2. DUMPING SILENCER
Please refer to the attached drawings of ARRGT OF STEAM DUMPING SILENCER and
DUMPING SILENCER ORIFICE PLATE but note that detail design (orifice hole number) might be
different for each project.
The following picture is typical damping line diagram. The damp steam from main boiler
desuperheater is derived to main condenser by reducing its pressure and temperature. The
subjected silencer reduces the steam pressure by using four (4) stages orifice plates. Also, the dump
steam temperature is decreased by spray, which is installed on the downstream of silencer.
Dump control v/v

Silencer

Spray

Main Boiler

80A

125A

350A

400A

350A

400A

To Condenser

125A
125A

80A

Dump piston v/v

Dumping silencer is composed of pipes and orifice plate, each pipes is connected by butt welding
and orifice is fitted in between each pipes and welded.

Copy
DSME
MHI

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Marine Boiler Designing Section


Approved
T. Yuki
Checked
Y.Ono, K. Matsushita
Drawn
T. Terahara

Conferred

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3. RECOMMENDED INSPECTION ITEMS AND PROCEDURE


1) Checked arrow () mark on top of flange.

The arrow mark () is graved inlet or outlet flange, which is shown on the above sketch.

2) Confirmed NO.1 and NO.4 orifice is fitted on pipe (distance about 550 mm from flange end).

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3) Counted in line hole number of NO.1 and NO.4 orifice as below sketch.

The hole number will be different each project according to design condition.

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4. RECOMMENDED REPAIR WORK PROCEDURE


1) Disassembled silencer.
2) Inspected silencer according to aforementioned recommended inspection items and procedure.
3) Carried out filet welding for NO.1 and NO.4 orifice according to below sketch.
(Filet welding length : 10 mm except for drain hole)

Caution; Do not weld for drain hole (see below sketch).

4) Reassembled silencer

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5.

INSPECTION SHEET FOR DUMPING SILENCER

SHIP OWNERS NAME

SHIPBUILDER & HNO. (SNO.)

VESSEL NAME

NO.

ITEM

INSPECTION RESULT

Checked arrow mark on flange top.

Correct

2-1

Confirmed NO.1 orifice (upstream


side) is fitted on pipe

Fitted

Removed

2-2

Confirmed NO.4 orifice (downstream


side) is fitted on pipe

Fitted

Removed

3-1

In line hole number of NO.1 orifice

3-2

In line hole number of NO.2 orifice

10

Incorrect

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12

REMARKS
Checked
arrow direction

Marked counted
number
Marked counted
number

After inspection, please mark a result in the above items, and send this sheet to the following fax no. or
E-mail address so as to confirm and record repair condition.

FAX

E-mail

To : fax no. +82-95-828-6643

E-mail address :

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, LTD.

takatsugu_yuki@mhi.co.jp

Nagasaki shipyard & machinery works

yoshiyuki1_ono@mhi.co.jp

Marine Boiler Design Section

koichi_matsushita@mhi.co.jp
isao_uchida@mhi.co.jp

Attn : Mr. Yuki / Manager

takazumi_terahara@mhi.co.jp

Tel +82-95-828-6640
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, LTD.
Nagasaki shipyard & machinery works
Marine Boiler Design Section
Attn : Mr. Yuki / Manager
Tel +82-95-828-6640 / Fax +82-95-828-6643

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