b) For each nonmetered Ship Class/Name, find the
Design Electric Load, kW in the ship's characteristics database
(SHIPS) at http://www.efdlant.navfac.navy.mil/LANTOPS_15/home.htm and CCB and enter
it on the Table 6 form.
c) Similarly, find the appropriate Intermittent Steam
and Constant Steam values from the ship's characteristics
database (SHIPS) at http://www.efdlant.navfac.navy.mil/LANTOPS_15/home.htm and CCB
and enter them on the Table 7 form. The HDDs for a period
divided by the number of days in that period (typically a month)
can be used as an approximation of the appropriate outdoor
temperature to use in finding the Intermittent Steam value. For
additional accuracy, temperatures can be calculated in this
manner for consecutive weeks or days and averaged over a month.
If the calculated outdoor temperature falls between the
temperatures in the ship's characteristics database (SHIPS) at
http://www.efdlant.navfac.navy.mil/LANTOPS_15/home.htm, an interpolation will be
d) For each ship, obtain the Connect Hours from
appropriate port or dock offices. Enter the hours for each ship
on both Table 6 and 7 forms.
e) Calculate each ship's total consumption for
electric and nonelectric use based on the connected hours.
f) Add any estimates for major maintenance and
overhaul consumption to both the electric and nonelectric
calculations. A total consumption estimate for all ships can be
made by totaling all individual ship totals. Refer to
MIL-HDBK-1025/2, Dockside Utilities for Ship Service for
diversity factors use in determining demand in multiple berthing.