Design : Graving Drydocks


Design : Graving Drydocks

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CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER 2 SHIPYARD LAYOUT
2-1 SHOP FACILITIES
2-2 LAYDOWN SPACE
2-3 POWER AND UTILITIES
2-4 CRANE AND CRANE TRACKS
2-5 SHIP APPROACHES
2-5.1 Turning Basins
2-5.2 Drydock Orientation Effect
2-6 FITTING OUT/REPAIR PIERS
2-6.1 Existing Piers
2-6.2 New Piers
2-7 SILTING AND SCOURING
2-8 TOPOGRAPHY, HYDROLOGY, AND METEOROLOGY
2-9 FOUNDATION CONDITIONS

CHAPTER 3 DETERMINATION OF GRAVING DOCK DIMENSIONS
3-1 MINIMUM INSIDE DIMENSIONS
3-2 REPAIR AND SHIPBUILDING DRYDOCKS
3-2.1 Basic Dimensions
3-2.2 Relationship to Height of Blocking
3-2.3 Allowance for Sonar Domes
3-2.4 Caisson Seats
3-3 DRYDOCKS FOR SHIPBUILDING ONLY
3-4 INSIDE CONFIGURATION
3-4.1 Head End Shape
3-4.2 Entrance End
3-4.3 Cross Section
3-6 CHAPTER 4 STRUCTURAL TYPES OF DRYDOCKS
4-1 DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION
4-1.1 Basis of Type Designation
4-1.2 Methods of Construction
4-2 TYPES DICTATED BY FOUNDATION CONDITIONS
4-2.1 Full Hydrostatic
4-2.2 Fully Relieved
4-2.3 Partially Relieved
4-2.4 Miscellaneous Types

CHAPTER 5 STRUCTURAL DESIGN
5-1 SCOPE
5-2 DEAD LOADS
5-3 HYDROSTATIC PRESSURE
5-4 EARTH PRESSURE
5-4.1 Variations
5-4.2 Water or Ship in Dock
5-4.3 Dock Empty
5-5 LIVE LOADS
5-5.1 Shiploads
5-5.2 Wheel Loads
5-5.3 Loads on Pumpwell Overhead and Floors
5-5.4 Earthquake Forces
5-5.5 Bomb and Blast Resistance
5-6 SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF LOADING
5-6.1 Full Hydrostatic Drydocks
5-6.2 Partially and Fully Relieved Drydocks
5-6.3 Drydocks Built by Underwater Methods
5-7 MATERIALS AND DESIGN
5-8 METHODS OF ANALYSIS
5-9 SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
5-9.1 Basic Safety Standards
5-9.2 Safety Features Peculiar to Drydocks

CHAPTER 6 FLOODING
6-1 DESIGN FACTORS
6-1.1 Requirements 6-1.2 Flooding Periods
6-2 FLOODING METHODS
6-2.1 Common Intake Features
6-2.2 Flooding Culverts
6-2.3 Flooding Through the Caisson
6-2.4 Superflooding
6-3 HYDRAULIC DESIGN
6-3.1 Overall Factors
6-3.2 Evacuation of Flooding Time
6-3.3 Computation of Flooding Time

CHAPTER 7 DEWATERING
7-1 DEWATERING SYSTEMS
7-1.1 Requirements
7-2 DEWATERING SYSTEM COMPONENTS
7-2.1 Collector Channel
7-2.2 Sand Pumps
7-2.3 Dewatering Pump Suction Chamber
7-2.4 Pumping Plant
7-2.5 Pump Discharge Tunnel
7-2.6 Gratings
7-2.7 Salt Water Intake Screen
7-2.8 High Water Sensing System
7-3 BASIC REQUIREMENT FO DESIGN FACTORS
7-4 PUMPING SYSTEMS
7-5 FIELD TSTING OF DEWATERING SYSTEM
7-5.1 Determination of Capacity
7-5.2 Power Input
7-5.3 Determination of Head
7-5.4 Tide Effect

CHAPTER 8 FITTINGS, SHIP BLOCKING, SUPPORTING FACILITIES AND SHIPS SERVICES
8-1 FITTINGS
8-2 SHIP BLOCKING
8-3 SUPPORTING FACILITIES
8-3.1 Industrial Shop Facilities
8-3.2 Transportation Facilities
8-3.3 Weight and Materials Handling Equipment
8-3.4 Personnel Facilities
8-3.5 Storage Facilities

8-4 MECHANICAL SERVICES
8-4.1 Pipe Galleries and Tunnels
8-4.2 Fresh Water
8-4.3 Salt or Nonpotable Water Supply
8-4.4 Specific Requirements for Salt or Nonpotable Water
8-4.5 Wastewater Protection
8-4.6 Steam
8-4.7 Compressed Air
8-4.8 Wheeler System
8-4.9 Oxygen and Acetylene
8-5 ELECTRICAL SERVICES

CHAPTER 9 ENTRANCE CLOSURES
9-1 SELECTION
9-1.1 Requirements

9-1.2 Types

9-2 DESIGN OF FLOATING CAISSONS
9-2.1 Application
9-2.2 Requirements

9-2.3 Types

9-2.4 Ballast Control

9-2.5 Operation
9-2.6 Materials of Construction
9-2.7 Machinery

9-3 DESIGN OF BOX TYPE FLOATING CAISSONS
9-3.1 Shape
9-3.2 Ballast
9-3.3 Design Analysis
9-3.4 Equipment

CHAPTER 10 CONSTRUCTION
10-1 CRITERIA
10-1.1 Approach
10-2 DRYDOCK BODY
10-2.9 Miscellaneous Items
10-2.10 Backfill

10-3 ENTRANCE ENCLOSURES
10-3.1 Construction and Use
10-3.2 Dimensions
10-3.3 Ballast

10-3.4 Launching
10-3.5 Steel Caissons
10-3.6 Concrete Caissons
10-3.7 Closure Tests
10-4 SUPPORTING FACILITIES AND ACCESSORIES
10-4.1 Crane Rails
10-4.2 Cranes
10-4.3 Railroad Tracks
10-4.4 Bollards and bitts
10-4.5 Ladders
10-4.6 Manhole Steps
10-4.7 Dock Water Level Indicators
10-4.8 Marking Plates
10-4-9 Fenders and Chafing Strips
10-5 MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT

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