12 May 2003
Including change 1, 19 January 2007
Table 3-1 (Continued) Shore Services Steam Table1 2 3
Loads4 (lb/hr) for
Outdoor Temperatures of
NOTES TO STEAM TABLE
Loads based on ship's peacetime complement (no air wing or troops). Refer to
text when allowance must be made for these items.
Maximum single ship demand at shore connections is column (a) plus column
For multiple ships, see Diversity Factors included Table 3-1.
Steam quantity required to achieve normal environmental temperature in ship
spaces relative to the outdoor temperatures shown. Interpolation between
temperature columns is permissible. Determine specific site design temperature
from NAVFAC P-89, "Engineering Weather Data", 97-1/2 percent basis,
whenever available. Design temperatures for sites not listed may be obtained
from the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning
Engineers, Inc., "ASHRAE Handbook", 97-1/2 percent basis.
Galley, laundry, hot water, etc.
Land H refers to the location of connections on ships. L is the distance (in feet)
of the connection aft of the point of stem of the ship and H is the height (in feet)
of the connection above the design waterline. Designations "P" and "S" refer to
port side and starboard side, respectively. Where more than one connection
exists, all locations are shown. The designation "N" refers to the number of
shipboard hose connections at the given locations.
Steam not required.