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Ministry of Justice of Ukraine

July 9, 2007

No. 780/14047

ORDER OF THE MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS OF UKRAINE

of June 13, 2007 No. 492

About approval of Operational regulations of shipping hydraulic engineering constructions

(as amended on 06-08-2018)

1. Approve Operational regulations of shipping hydraulic engineering constructions (are applied).

2. To State department of sea and river transport (Kushnirenko A. V.):

2.1. Provide submission of this order in accordance with the established procedure on state registration in the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine.

2.2. Provide bringing this order to data of all interested companies, the organizations and organizations.

3. To impose control over the implementation of this order on the deputy minister Kasapchuk V. A.

Minister

N. Rudkovsky

Approved by the Order of the Ministry of Transport and Communications of Ukraine on June 13, 2007 No. 492

Operational regulations of shipping hydraulic engineering constructions

1. General provisions

1.1. These Rules establish the main organizational and technical requirements to operation of shipping hydraulic engineering constructions which strict accomplishment provides the uninterrupted and safe omission of the transport fleet both reliable and safe operation of nagivation locks.

Constructions which are operated in Ukraine belong to shipping hydraulic engineering constructions: nagivation locks with local and riding approach channels, dams, guides and berthing facilities, foreport.

1.2. Action of these Rules extends to divisions of the Ministry of infrastructure of Ukraine which exercise supervision, control and technical operation of shipping hydraulic engineering constructions, and also the organizations and organizations performing works on shipping hydraulic engineering constructions.

1.3. Determination of terms, reducings

The terms used in these Rules are used in the following values:

foreport of the shipping hydraulic engineering construction - the protected water area adjacent to lock from headwaters (water storage basin) which is created by protective constructions and is intended for reorganization of couplings, sediment of courts in heavy weather and before sluicing, and also for safe and convenient entrance of courts to lock and exit from it;

the water area of foreport (water area) - the part of the water area of water storage basin protected with dams breakwaters;

clow - the obstacle blocking shipping openings (runs) of the heads;

depth on the king - the critical depth over part of bottom of the shipping camera in lock goal mouth;

the lock heads - the retaining constructions separating lock cameras the upper and lower byef and intended for placement of lock gate, devices of power supply system, the equipment and administration rooms;

the state company of waterways (Ukrvodshlyakh) the legal entity of the state pattern of ownership subordinated to the central executive body in the field of transport which core activity is content and operation of inland waterways public and shipping hydraulic engineering constructions (locks);

usable length of the camera of lock - the extreme length of the camera of lock where vessels are located during sluicing;

useful width of the camera - the smallest distance between front edges in transverse section of the shipping camera;

the king of lock (lock threshold) - vertical performance to which the bottom of shutters of gate in off-state adjoins;

shipping season - part of year (the number of days) throughout which navigation is performed;

the directing constructions (fell) - constructions which adjoin directly to the lock heads from the upper and lower byef and are intended for the direction of courts during their entrance to lock or to exit from lock;

the lower approach channel - the channel adjacent to lock in the lower byef which together with guides and berthing facilities provides safe approach to lock of courts and their sediment before sluicing;

berthing facilities - constructions which adjoin to the directing constructions (fields) and serve for sediment of the courts expecting sluicing;

handling capacity of lock - the greatest settlement number of sluicing which the lock is capable to perform per day;

the region of hydraulic engineering constructions (further - RGS) - the shipping hydraulic engineering construction with two and more locks;

The shipping register of Ukraine (further - the Register) - national classification society which belongs to the sphere of management of the Ministry of infrastructure of Ukraine;

power supply system - set of devices by means of which filling and emptying of the shipping camera is performed;

the specialized organization - research, project or other organization which performs special works (services) and has the license for accomplishment of these works and is acknowledged as the Shipping register of Ukraine;

the shipping hydraulic engineering construction (further - SGTS) nagivation locks with local and riding approach channels, dams, guides and berthing facilities, foreport;

the shipping camera of lock - the part of lock limited on the ends to the heads where vessels are placed during sluicing;

nagivation lock (lock) - the pressure head hydraulic engineering construction intended for movement of courts from one byef in another;

cupboard part - vertical niche in front edges of the head which the shutter of gate when they are completely open enters.

2. Classification of nagivation locks

2.1. Depending on the size of pressure, the direction of cargo flows, geological conditions of land relief there are different types of nagivation locks which differ in quantity and arrangement of cameras, their design, system of water devices and construction material.

2.2. Nagivation locks by quantity and arrangement of cameras happen:

with consecutive arrangement - single-chamber and three-chambered;

with parallel arrangement - single-strand, double-stranded, etc.

As cameras locks share on:

locks without fall wall, are applied in case of small pressures;

locks with fall wall.

2.3. Treat the main constructions and designs of locks: the heads and cameras, the main and emergency gate, the main lifting gears and load-carrying structures which perceive the corresponding loadings, drainage devices, power supply system constructions, approach channels, retaining walls involved in creation of the pressure head front.

To minor - the retaining walls which are not creating the pressure head front, guiding devices, mooring and fender devices, office bridges, auxiliary lifting gears and load-carrying structures which perceive the corresponding loadings, repair obstacles, etc.

2.4. Handling capacity of locks happens project and actual.

The project capability of lock is determined as the relation of daily allowance (monthly, annual) time to bags of project regulations of time for sluicing of the standard vessel within a day (month, year) plus technological hour.

The actual capability of lock is determined as the relation of daily allowance (monthly, annual) time to bags of time spent for sluicing within a day (month, year) plus technological hour.

2.5. Treat the main dimensions of lock: usable length of the camera; useful width of the camera; depth on kings; inventory on height in bridge clearances.

Dimensions of courts which go for sluicing shall correspond to lock dimensions taking into account normative inventories.

2.6. Computational length of group of courts which shall be sluiced at the same time shall not exceed the usable length of the camera of lock.

2.7. Settlement width of courts which are sluiced at the same time and stand nearby, shall not exceed the useful width of the camera of lock and inventories on camera width on both sides.

2.8. Depth on the king of lock is determined as difference between mark of project water-level and the king's mark.

2.9. Inventories of courts longwise, width and depth when sluicing are determined by the Rules of the omission of courts through nagivation locks of Ukraine approved by the order of the Ministry of transport of Ukraine of 20.10.2003 No. 809, registered in the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine 04.11.2003 for No. 1010/8331 (further - Rules of the omission of courts through nagivation locks of Ukraine).

2.10. Depending on method of water supply of power supply system of cameras share:

on concentrated (main) system when water goes to the camera from under gate of the upper head of lock;

on distributive system when water goes to the camera through the culverts placed in walls and lock floor.

2.11. Depending on method of dumping of water into the lower byef during emptying of the camera of lock of system share on:

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