Two non-self-propelled scows of HB02 prj. building is closed to the end on Kilia shipbuilding and ship-repair yard
Two non-self-propelled scows of HB02 prj. building is closed to the end on Kilia shipbuilding and ship-repair yard (Igor Neskuba is the director).
"UKRVODSHLYAH" state company (Valentine Casapchuk is the director) is the customer.
The HB02 project is designed by the Marine Engineering Bureau (MEB) (under active participation of yard specialists).
Estimated work region of scows - Dnepr river, Dnepro-Bugsky coastal firth, Dnestrovsky coastal firth.
Scows are assigned for pulp reception from dredger, transportation and pulp unloading in dump place. Scows are operated by dredger crew or tug crew.
Vessel of HB02 project is non-self-propelled, without crew, adopted for navigation by push method and dragging on tug, dump scow with self-opening hull on hydraulic gear.
The project is designed for Ukrainian Register of Shipping class notation K B1.
Scow architectural-constructive type is of single-deck vessel with opening halfhulls, jointed with two hinges and hold fixed in close state with help of two hydraulic cylinders.
Vessel's hull was made symmetric relatively to middle for convenient joining with dredger or placing on unload point in different positions, without canting/turning.
Overall length is of 41.0 m, overall breadth - 9.30 m, Breadth (on CWL, middle) - 9.0 m, Depth (on middle) - 3.00 m.
Ground hold capacity is of 353 m³, ground hold length - 31.8 m, ground hold breadth on main deck level - 7.4 m, ground hold coamings height (from main deck) - 0.5 m.
The keel of first scow was laid down on November 21, 2008. The keel of second scow was laid on December 05, 2008.
Scow photo was represented by "Shipbuilding and ship-repair" magazine (Nickolay Dubrov is a chief editor).