Work Item
ASTM WK73586

New Specification for Selection and Application of Cryogenic Tank Insulation Systems on LNG-Fueled Ships

1. Scope

To develop standard specifications, test methods, terminology, practices, and guides for the design, construction, operation and repair of marine vessels, structures, systems, equipment and materials. The Committee also is responsible for developing standard specifications, guides, terminology and practices for marine environmental matters. The Committee will coordinate its efforts with other ASTM Committees and outside organizations having mutual interests.
Area of Interest - The principal areas of interest include improved quality, reduced risk, marine environmental protection and reduced cost in the shipbuilding, ship operation and marine industry through the development of a body of ASTM standards. In pursuit of this objective, existing standards shall be recognized and referenced as appropriate, and every effort shall be made to complement rather than to duplicate or conflict with regulatory agency requirements. Throughout these bylaws the term "ship" shall be interpreted as including all marine vessels.

Keywords

cryogenic insulation; LNG fuel; cryogenic tank

Rationale

To develop an industry standard for properly insulating cryogenic tank (bunker) vessels and LNG-fueled vessels. Target audience is intended to be engineers, architects, and construction employees in the LNG ship building market.

The title and scope are in draft form and are under development within this ASTM Committee.

Details

Developed by Subcommittee: F25.02

Committee: F25

Staff Manager: David Lee

Work Item Status

Date Initiated: 07-14-2020

Technical Contact: Christopher Bullock

Item: 001

Ballot: F25.02 (21-02)

Status: Will Reballot Item

Item: 007

Ballot: F25 (22-01)

Status: Negative Votes Need Resolution