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  1. Investigator Casualty Guide Identifying & Assessing Damage “Looking Deeper” March 2013

  2. Rupture 2 1 3 REPORT: Ruptured pipe, unknown type, appox 3 inches long, ¼ inch wide, Frame ___, STBD/PORT side, ___ feet above deck or from OVHD. Water on deck ___ feet ___ inches, rising 2 inches every 15 minutes • Rupture piping for unknown system, approximately 2 inch pipe, fresh water of unknown type. • Water color helps identify • Mist in air may have chlorine smell • Crack in pipe in approximately 3 inches long, smooth, at a angle. • Water rising in space approximately 2 inches per 15 minutes. • Trace pipe, look for pipe marking and valve(s)

  3. Rupture 2 1 3 • Rupture lube oil piping for unknown system, approximately 3 inch pipe, fresh water of unknown type. • Crack in pipe in approximately 4 inches long, smooth, around the pipe. • Lube oil filling 5 gallon bucket every 5 minutes.

  4. Flooding 2 1 3 • Hole below the water line, approximately 6 inches in size, smooth with no protruding metal. • Water rising approximately 1 foot every 15 minutes. • 3 feet of water in space and rising.

  5. Flooding 1 2 3 • Hole at the water line, approximately 8 inches in size, smooth with no protruding metal. • Water rising approximately 1 foot every 30 minutes. • 2 feet of water in space and rising.

  6. Flooding 1 • Flooding from unknown source, water rising at a rate of 1 foot every 15 minutes.

  7. Flooding 1 2 • Progressive flooding from adjoining space through sprung water tight door. • Water rising approximately 1 foot every 15 minutes.

  8. Structural Damage 4 2 6 5 3 1 • Debris blocking access to forward space number------. • Space lighting damaged, light fixtures broken and hanging, wiring damaged and hanging. • Ventilation blown away from over head and damaged, vent opening open into adjoining spaces, watertight integrity compromised. • Hole in overhead, deck plating hanging down, lagging hanging down. • Piping systems damaged, not ruptured. • Some debris blocking full access to space, estimated removal time 6 to 8 hours with 3 to 5 men.

  9. Structural Damage 3 1 4 2 • Debris blocking access to space. • Water Tight Door blown off hinges, space no longer water tight, watertight integrity compromised to progressive flooding space to space. • Ventilation blown away from over head and damaged, vent opening open into adjoining spaces, watertight integrity compromised. • Space is demolished entire space is full of debris estimated removal time 18 to 24 hours with 3 to 5 men.

  10. Structural Damage 1 2 4 3 • Water Tight Door is warped and cannot be opened. • Bulkhead is warped, with tears in metal. • Some debris is blocking passageway, estimated removal time 6 to 8 hours with 3 to 5 men. • Main cable way bracket is blown off bulkhead.

  11. Structural Damage 1 2 3 4 • Deck above space has collapsed, main structural beam is broken. • Support station is broken loose from overhead. • Space wiring is hanging free from wire ways. • Some debris is blocking space, estimated removal time 6 to 8 hours with 3 to 5 men.

  12. Electrical Damage 2 1 • 3 110 volt lighting power cables broken by shock. • Circuit number______ • Circuit number______ • Circuit number______ 2. Warp bulkhead behind wiring .

  13. Electrical Damage 1 • 440 receptacle and power cable are burned.