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Moorings – Design

  



Moorings – Design

 

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CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION
1-1  Purpose and Scope
1-2  Purpose of Criteria
1-3  Definition
1-4  Cancellation
1-5  Organizational Roles and Responsibilities

CHAPTER 2 MOORING SYSTEMS
2-1  Introduction
2-1.1  Purpose of Mooring
2-2  Types of Mooring Systems
2-2.1  Fixed Mooring Systems
2-2.2  Fleet Mooring Systems

CHAPTER 3 BASIC DESIGN PROCEDURE
3-1  Design Approach
3-2  General Design Criteria
3-2.1  Mooring Service Types
3-2.2  Facility Design Criteria for Mooring Service Types
3-2.3  Ship Hardware Design Criteria for Mooring Service Types
3-2.4  Strength
3-2.5  Serviceability
3-2.6  Design Methods
3-2.7  General Mooring Integrity
3-2.8  Quasi-Static Safety Factors
3-2.9  Allowable Ship Motions
3-3  Design Methods
3-3.1  Quasi-Static Design
3-3.2  Dynamic Mooring Analysis
3-4  Risk
3-5  Coordinate Systems
3-5.1  Ship Design/Construction Coordinates
3-5.2  Ship Hydrostatics/Hydrodynamics Coordinates
3-5.3  Local Mooring Coordinate System
3-5.4  Global Coordinate System
3-5.5  Ship Conditions
3-6  Vessel Design Considerations
3-7  Facility Design Considerations
3-8  Environmental Forcing Design Considerations
3-9  Operational Considerations
3-10  Inspection
3-11  Maintenance
3-12  General Mooring Guidelines

CHAPTER 4 STATIC ENVIRONMENTAL FORCES AND MOMENTS ON VESSELS
4-1 Scope
4-1 Scope
4-2  Engineering Properties of Water and Air
4-3  Principal Coordinate Directions
4-4  Static Wind Forces/Moments
4-4.1  Static Transverse Wind Force
4-4.2  Static Longitudinal Wind Force
4-4.3  Static Wind Yaw Moment
4-5  Static Current Forces/Moments
4-6  Wind and Current Forces and Moments on Multiple Ships

CHAPTER 5 ANCHOR SYSTEM DESIGN PROCEDURES
5-1  General Anchor Design Procedure
5-2  Drag-Embedment Anchor Specification
5-3  Driven-Plate Anchor Design

CHAPTER 6 FACILITY MOORING EQUIPMENT GUIDELINES
6-1 Introduction
6-2 Key Mooring Components
6-3 Anchors
6-4 Chain and Fittings
6-5 Buoys
6-6 Sinkers
6-7 Mooring Lines
6-8 Fenders
6-9 Pier Fittings
6-10 Catenary Behavior
6-11 Sources of Information

CHAPTER 7 VESSEL MOORING EQUIPMENT GUIDELINES
7-1  Introduction
7-2  Types of Mooring Equipment
7-3  Equipment Specification
7-4  Fixed Bitts
7-5  Recessed Shell Bitts
7-6  Exterior Shell Bitts
7-7  Chocks
7-8  Allowable Hull Pressures
7-9  Sources of Information for Ships’ Mooring Equipment

CHAPTER 8 EXAMPLE PROBLEMS
8-1  Introduction
8-2  Single Point Mooring – Basic Approach
8-2.1  Background for Example
8-2.2  Ship
8-2.3  Forces/Moments
8-2.4  Quasi-Static Design
8-2.5  Mooring Hawser Break
8.3  Fixed Mooring – Basic Approach
8.4  Spread Mooring – Basic Approach
8-4.1  Background for Example
8-4.2  Goal
8-4.3  Ship
8-4.4  Forces/Moments
8-4.5  Anchor Locations
8-4.6  Definitions
8-4.7  Number of Mooring Legs
8-4.8  Static Analysis
8-4.9  Dynamic Analysis
8-4.10  Anchor Design
8-5  Mooring LPD-17, LHD-1 and LHA-1
8-5.1  Mooring LPD-17

CHAPTER 9 PASSING SHIP EFFECTS ON MOORED SHIPS
9-1  Introduction
9-2  Passing Ship Effects on Moored Ships

CHAPTER 10 SHIP WAVES

10-1  Introduction
10-2  Ship Waves

CHAPTER 11 HEAVY WEATHER MOORING GUIDELINES

11-1  Introduction
11-2  Discussion
11-3  Heavy Weather Mooring Guidelines
11-4  Action
11-5  Environmental Design Criteria for Selected Sites

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4 Responses to “Moorings – Design”

  1. Nikhil says:

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  3. Chris Jackson says:

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