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Design Of Marine Facilities For The Berthing, Mooring, And Repair Of Vessels,9780784407264
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Design Of Marine Facilities For The Berthing, Mooring, And Repair Of Vessels

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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9780784407264

ISBN10:
0784407266
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
3/31/2004
Publisher(s):
Amer Society of Civil Engineers
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Author Biography

John W. Gaythwaite is President of Maritime Engineering Consultants, Inc., in Manchester, Massachusetts.

Table of Contents

Illustrations
xi
Tables
xix
Foreword xxi
Foreword to the First Edition xxii
Preface xxv
Preface to the First Edition xxvii
Contributors xxix
Notations xxxi
Introduction
1(16)
Scope and Purpose
1(2)
Marine Civil Engineering
3(2)
Port and Harbor Facilities
5(4)
The Design Process
9(8)
References
13(4)
Vessel Characteristics and Dimensions
17(26)
Definitions
17(2)
Hull Form
19(3)
Hull Construction
22(2)
Vessel Types and Dimensions
24(19)
References
39(4)
General Design Considerations
43(54)
Design Criteria and General Considerations
43(5)
Site Selection and Layout
48(5)
Facility Type Requirements
53(5)
Environmental Conditions
58(22)
Materials Selection
80(17)
References
92(5)
Operational and Environmental Loads
97(36)
Cargo Loads
97(4)
Vehicular Loads
101(6)
Rail-Mounted and Material Handling Equipment
107(4)
Port Buildings and Superstructures
111(2)
Environmental Loads
113(13)
Other Load Sources
126(7)
References
128(5)
Berthing Loads and Fender System Design
133(44)
Introduction
133(4)
The Berthing Ship
137(4)
The Concept of Added Mass
141(3)
Berthing Impact Energy Determination
144(7)
Fender System Types and Selection
151(11)
Fender System Design
162(15)
References
174(3)
Mooring Loads and Design Principles
177(54)
Mooring System Principles
177(11)
Mooring Lines, Hardware, and Equipment
188(7)
Wind Forces
195(8)
Current Forces
203(6)
Standoff Forces and Passing Vessel Effects
209(2)
Wave Loads and Vessel Motions
211(8)
Analytical Treatment and Modeling
219(12)
References
226(5)
Design of Fixed Structures
231(54)
Structural Types and Configurations
231(4)
Selection of Optimum Structure Type
235(3)
Pier and Wharf Structural Design
238(27)
Dolphins and Platforms
265(6)
Ancillary and Access Structures
271(1)
Crane Trackage
272(3)
Miscellaneous Design Features
275(4)
Ship Services and Utility Systems
279(6)
References
281(4)
Geotechnical Design Considerations
285(76)
Marine Site Investigations
285(12)
Soil Mechanics and Properties
297(10)
Marine Foundations
307(2)
Slopes and Slope Protection
309(4)
Bulkheads and Retaining Structures
313(12)
Solid-Fill Structures
325(1)
Pile and Drilled-Shaft Foundations
325(17)
Dry Docks
342(2)
Site Improvement---Methods and Materials
344(17)
References
353(8)
Design of Floating Structures
361(48)
Structure Types and Applications
361(8)
Hydrostatics and Stability
369(3)
Motion Response
372(5)
Structural Design
377(6)
Ballast Control and Ancillary Features
383(3)
Access Bridges and Gangways
386(3)
Mooring-System Design
389(11)
Marinas and Small-Craft Facilities
400(9)
References
404(5)
Introduction to Dry Docks
409(60)
General Characteristics, Features, and Factors Affecting Dry Dock Selection
409(4)
Basin Dry Docks
413(20)
Marine Railways
433(9)
Floating Dry Docks
442(14)
Vertical Lifts
456(6)
Straddle Lifts and Boatyard Equipment
462(7)
References
465(4)
Facility Inspection and Deterioration
469(20)
Inspection Overview
469(5)
General Modes of Deterioration
474(9)
Structural Condition Assessments
483(4)
Standard Inspection Reporting
487(2)
References
487(2)
Rehabilitation, Maintenance, and Repair
489(28)
Rehabilitation, Reconstruction, and Maintenance
489(4)
General Repair Methods
493(8)
Pile and Bulkhead Restoration Methods
501(6)
Protective Coatings and Claddings
507(2)
Cathodic Protection Systems
509(2)
Fender System Repair and Replacement
511(1)
Mooring Hardware Repair and Replacement
511(6)
References
513(4)
Appendix 1 Conversion Factors 517(2)
Appendix 2 Selected Information Sources: Journals, Periodicals, and Conference Proceedings 519(2)
Appendix 3 Internet Sources/Selected Web Sites 521(4)
Index 525


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