Chemical Tankers

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The structural configuration and arrangements of chemical tankers often are
basically similar to those described for oil tankers. For some chemical
tankers, however, arrangements may also include a double bottom in way of cargo
tanks, a double skin construction or deck cofferdams or any combination of
these. Certain more hazardous cargoes may also require tanks which are separate
from the hull structure or are to be so installed that the tank structure is
not subject to major hull stresses. In the latter cases the scantlings and
arrangements may be similar to ships carrying liquefied gases.

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