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Piers and Wharves

  


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Piers and Wharves

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CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
1-1 SCOPE
1-2 GENERAL FUNCTION.
1-3 FUNCTIONAL CATEGORIES
1-3.1 Type I – Fueling, Ammunition, and Supply
1-3.2 Type II – General Purpose
1-3.3 Type III – Repair
1-3.4 Type IV – Specialized
1-4 FLEXIBILITY OF BERTHS
1-5 APPURTENANCES AND FEATURES

CHAPTER 2: FACILITY PLANNING
2-1 LOCATION AND ORIENTATION.
2-2 COORDINATION OF REPAIR
2-3 OVERALL DIMENSIONS AND CLEARANCES
2-3.1 General
2-3.2 Pier and Wharf Length
2-3.3 Pier and Wharf Width
2-3.4 Slip
2-3.5 Pier and Wharf Deck Elevation
2-4 UTILITIES
2-5 LIGHTING
2-6 SECURITY
2-7 LANDSIDE APPROACHES
2-7.1 Function
2-7.2 Roadway Width
2-7.3 Walkway Width
2-7.4 Roadway Deck Elevation
2-7.5 Number of Approaches
2-7.6 Turning Room.
2-7.7 Safety Barriers
2-8 STRUCTURAL TYPES

CHAPTER 3. LOAD REQUIREMENTS
3-1 GENERAL
3-2 DEAD LOADS
3-3 VERTICAL LIVE LOADS
3-3.1 General
3-3.2 Uniform Loading
3-3.3 Truck Loading
3-3.4 Rail-Mounted Crane Loading
3-3.5 Mobile Crane Loadings
3-3.6 Forklift and Straddle Carrier Loadings
3-3.7 Loading on Railroad Tracks
3-3.8 Buoyancy
3-3.9 Wave Loading
3-3.10 Application of Loadings
3-4 HORIZONTAL LOADS.
3-4.1 Berthing Loads
3-4.2 Mooring Loads
3-4.3 Wind Loads on Structures
3-4.4 Loads on Piles
3-4.5 Earthquake Loads
3-4.6 Earth and Water Pressures on Retaining Structures
3-4.7 Thermal Loads
3-4.8 Ice Forces
3-4.9 Shrinkage
3-4.10 Creep
3-5 LOAD COMBINATIONS
3-5.1 General
3-5.2 Load Symbols
3-5.3 Load Factor Design
3-5.4 Service Load Design

CHAPTER 4. STRUCTURAL DESIGN
4-1 CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS
4-2 ALLOWABLE STRESSES
4-3 DECK STRUCTURE DESIGN
4-3.1 Deck Framing
4-3.2 Pile Caps
4-4 SUBSTRUCTURE DESIGN
4-5 MOORING HARDWARE
4-5.1 General
4-5.2 Hardware Types
4-5.3 Strength
4-5.4 Placement
4-6 MOORING DOLPHINS/PLATFORMS
4-7 MISCELLANEOUS CONSIDERATIONS

CHAPTER 5. FENDER SYSTEMS
5-1 GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS
5-1.1 Description
5-1.2 Berthing Practice
5-1.3 Camels & Separators
5-1.4 Systems Approach.
5-1.5 Functional Requirements
5-2 BERTHING ENERGY DETERMINATION
5-3 TYPES OF FENDER SYSTEMS
5-4 SELECTION AND DESIGN OF FENDER SYSTEMS

CHAPTER 6 CAMELS & SEPARATORS
6-1 FUNCTION AND APPLICATION
6-1.1 Hull Maintenance.
6-1.2 Overhangs and projections
6-1.3 Special Hull Treatments
6-1.4 Submarine Berthing
6-1.5 Multiple Berthing (Nesting)
6-1.6 Fender Protection
6-2 CAMELS
6-2.1 Log Camels
6-2.2 Timber Camels
6-2.3 Steel Pontoon Camels
6-2.4 Deep-Draft Camels
6-2.5 Hydro-Pneumatic Fenders
6-2.6 Composite Camels
6-3 Loads
6-4 GEOMETRY
6-5 STABILITY
6-6 LOCATION
6-7 MISCELLANEOUS CONSIDERATIONS
6-7.1 Protection
6-7.2 Buoyancy Tanks.
6-7.3 Abrasion
6-8 CAMEL DESIGNS
6-8.1 Submarine Camels
6-8.2 Aircraft Carrier Camels
6-9 SEPARATORS

CHAPTER 7 ACCESS
7-1 GENERAL
7-2 SAFETY
7-3 LANDING FLOAT
7-3.1 Materials
7-3.2 Mooring Systems
7-3.3 Live Loads
7-3.4 Freeboard
7-3.5 Fendering
7-3.6 Fittings
7-3.7 Finish
7-3.8 Reinforced Plastic Landing Float
7-3.9 Concrete Float Elements
7-4 BROW OR GANGWAY
7-5 BROW PLATFORMS
7-6 BROW AND PLATFORM DESIGNS
7-7 WALKWAY OR CATWALK
7-8 RAMPS.
7-9 ACCESS LADDERS AND LIFE RINGS.

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5 Responses to “Piers and Wharves”

  1. [...] 2-1 MAINTENANCE PLANNING 2-1.1 Cooperation and Coordination 2-1.2 Joint Service Responsibility 2-1.3 Maintenance Standards and Criteria 2-1.4 Maintenance Program 2-2 TYPED OF FACILITIES 2-2.1 Berthing Facilities 2-2.2 Piers 2-2.3 Wharves and Quaywalls 2-2.4 Drydocking Facilities 2-2.5 Coastal Protection Structures 2-3 COMPONENTS OF WATERFRONT STRUCTURES 2-3.1 Fender Systems 2-3.2 Piling 2-3.3 Dolphins 2-3.4 Fleet Mooring 2-3.5 Deck and Mooring Hardware 2-3.6 Utility Distribution Systems [...]

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  3. Chris Jackson says:

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  4. Candace says:

    This would be a great guide and especially like the section on truck loading platforms.

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