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Figure 2-4. Ships on Both Sides of a Pier (plan view)
Figure 2-5. Two Ships on One Side of a Pier (plan view)
Table 3-1. Parameters in a Mooring Project
Table 3-5. Facility Design Criteria for Mooring Service Types
Table 3-6. Ship Mooring Hardware Design Criteria
Table 3-7. Minimum Quasi-Static Factors of Safety
Table 3-8. Recommended Practical Motion Criteria for Moored Vessels
3-3 DESIGN METHODS
Table 3-10. Conditions Requiring Special Analysis
Table 3-15. Some Sources of Environmental Design Information
Table 3-16. Mooring Operational Design Considerations
Table 4-1. Engineering Properties of Air and Water
Table 4-2. Sample Wind Coefficients for Ships
Figure 4-6. Blockage Effect for an Impermeable Structure Next to a Moored Ship
Table 4-3. Recommended Ship Longitudinal Wind Force Drag Coefficients
Table 4-5. Normalized Wind Yaw Moment Variables
Figure 4-8. Examples of Ratios of Ship Draft (T) to Water Depth (d)
Figure 4-9. Broadside Current Drag Coefficient
Figure 4-10. Example of Transverse Current Drag Coefficients
Table 4-9. Example Longitudinal Current Forces on a Destroyer
Table 4-10. Current Moment Eccentricity Ratio Variables
Table 5-3. Drag Anchor Holding Parameters U.S. Customary
Table 5-4. Drag Anchor Holding Parameters SI Units
Figure 5-4.Anchor System Holding Capacity in Cohesive Soil (Mud)
Table 5-5. Driven-Plate Anchor Components
Table 5-6. Major Steps in Driven-Plate Anchor Installation
Table 6-1. Practical Experience With Anchors
Table 6-5. Properties of FM3 Chain Anodes
Table 6-6. Foam-Filled Polyurethane Coated Buoys
Table 6-8. Double Braided Nylon Line*
Table 6-9. Double Braided Polyester Lines*
Table 6-11. Commonly Used U.S. Navy Pier Mooring Fittings
Table 6-12. Sources of Information for Facility Mooring Equipment
Table 7-1. Types of Ship Based Mooring Equipment*
Table 7-2. Fixed Ships’ Bitts (minimum strength requirements)*
Table 7-3. Closed Chocks (minimum strength requirements)
Table 7-4. Sources of Information for Ships’ Mooring Equipment
Table 8-1. 2nd LT JOHN P BOBO Parameters (Fully Loaded)
Table 8-2. CVN-68 Criteria (Fully Loaded)
PASSING SHIP EFFECTS ON MOORED SHIPS
Figure 9-2. Example of Passing Ship Predictions
GLOSSARY
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