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com/blog TOC 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 Paragraph 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 10-2 Introduction Ship Waves

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

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