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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.0 SCOPE OF SUPPLY ............................................................................................. 3

2.0 APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS ................................................................................ 5

3.0 ENGINEERING NOTES AND GENERAL REQUIREMENTS ................................ 8

4.0 DRAWINGS, CALCULATIONS AND INFORMATION .......................................... 9

5.0 MATERIALS AND FABRICATION ...................................................................... 10

6.0 INSPECTION AND TESTING .............................................................................. 11

7.0 PREPARATION FOR SHIPMENT ....................................................................... 12

8.0 QUALITY ASSURANCE ...................................................................................... 12

9.0 PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS ........................................................................... 13

10.0 SEA/OCEAN TRANSPORT .............................................................................. 14

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DESCRIPTION OF MATERIALS / SERVICES


1.0 SCOPE OF SUPPLY

This attachment and documents referenced herein describe the minimum requirements for
the below listed Reactors and Columns for the Lake Charles Methanol Project Facility in
Calcasieu Parish, LA. B

1.1 The Supplier shall supply each equipment item listed below in accordance with the
description in this document. Suppliers scope of supply shall include but not be limited to,
design, manufacture, shop assembly, testing, dry-out, painting, spare parts, all necessary
appurtenances, identification, documentation, preparation for shipment to a designated
delivery point in accordance with the documents referenced in Section 2.0. The Supplier
shall assume unit responsibility for compliance with the attached data sheets, drawings,
specification, and engineering notes listed in this document.

Equipment
Tag No. Service Description Licensor Tag # Quantity
320-R-101 GASIFIER 03-R-1001 1
(in a module)

320-R-201 GASIFIER 03-R-2001 1


(in a module)

320-R-301 GASIFIER 03-R-3001 1


(in a module)

320-R-401 GASIFIER 03-R-4001 1


(in a module)

320-C-101 SYNGAS SCRUBBER 03-T-1001 1

320-C-201 SYNGAS SCRUBBER 03-T-2001 1

320-C-301 SYNGAS SCRUBBER 03-T-3001 1

320-C-401 SYNGAS SCRUBBER 03-T-4001 1

410-R-001 SHIFT GUARD BED 05-R-0101 A 1


(in a module)

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410-R-002 A/B SHIFT FIRST STAGE 05-R-0102 A/B 2


(in a module) REACTOR

410-R-003 SHIFT SECOND STAGE 05-R-0103 1


(in a module) REACTOR

510-C-002 ABSORBER I 06-T-0102 1

510-C-003 H2S FLASH COLUMN 06-T-0103 1

510-C-004 CO2 FLASH COLUMN 06-T-0104 1

510-C-007 REABSORBER 06-T-0107 1

510-C-013 ABSORBER II 06-T-0113 1

710-C-005 Purge Gas Scrubber 09-T-0005 1


(in a module) B

1.2 Suppliers minimum scope of supply shall include, but not limited to:
1.2.1 Service gaskets and full set of bolting installed, plus two (2) spare gaskets and 10%
extra bolting on each nozzle with blind/mating flange. Spare shall be suitably
packaged to prevent damage in transit.
1.2.2 Supply/install distributor pipes blind, elbow/flange spool piece per applicable
drawings.
1.2.3 Supply/install all external attachments, including but not limited to:
a) pipe support/guide clips,
b) ladder/platform clips,
c) insulation supports,
d) grounding lugs
e) fireproofing supports
f) lifting lugs
1.3 The following work will be done by others:
1.3.1 Supply/install catalyst and inert balls.
1.3.2 Supply/install refractory

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1.3.3 Supply/install fireproof


1.3.4 Supply/install insulation.
1.3.5 Supply/install anchor bolts.
1.4 Engineering Supply.
The Supplier shall identify any special analysis deemed necessary to meet the design
requirements. With each special analysis identified, the Supplier shall provide separate
pricing broken out for that engineering support.
1.5 The Supplier shall describe clearly and completely any deviation from the data sheets,
specifications, standards, drawings or terms and conditions. Items that are not explicitly
excluded from the Suppliers scope of work are assumed by the Purchaser to be included
in the Suppliers scope of work.

2.0 APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS


2.1 Data Sheets
Equipment Data Sheet
Tag # Licensor Tag # Doc. No. Rev Description
320-R-101, 03-R-1001 See N/A GASIFIER
320-R-201, Licensor
320-R-301& Dwg # B
320-R-401 116T9516

320-C-101, 03-T-1001 See N/A SYNGAS SCRUBBER


320-C-201, Licensor
320-C-301& Dwg # B
320-C-401 116T9517

410-R-001 05-R-0101 A L2CM-410- B SHIFT GUARD BED


58-DS-501

410-R-002 05-R-0102 A/B L2CM-410- B SHIFT FIRST STAGE


A/B 58-DS-502 REACTOR

410-R-003 05-R-0103 L2CM-410- B SHIFT SECOND STAGE


58-DS-503 REACTOR

510-C-013 06-T-0113 510-C-013 00 ABSORBER II

510-C-002 06-T-0102 510-C-002 00 ABSORBER I

510-C-003 06-T-0103 510-C-003 00 H2S FLASH COLUMN

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510-C-004 06-T-0104 510-C-004 00 CO2 FLASH COLUMN

510-C-007 06-T-0107 510-C-007 00 REABSORBER

710-C-005 09-T-0005 P58005-T 0 Purge Gas Scrubber


B

2.2 Licensor Drawings

Drawing No. Rev Description


116T9517 A Syngas Scrubber

108T8447 - Gasifier Quench Ring

116T9516 A Gasifier

27019-10-01-SE- A Absorber I
232021

27019-10-01-SE- A Absorber II
232022

2.3 Specifications
Spec. No. Rev Description
000.255.58005 May 09 Design of Lifting Components for Mechanical Equipment

000.258.58001 May 15 Pressure Vessels General Design Specification

000.258.58002 Sep 06 Trayed Column

000.258.58050 Sep 07 Shipment and Storage of Pressure Vessels

000.285.85007 0 Welding, Shop and/or Field Fabricated Structures

000.285.85012 0 General Specifications for Positive Material Identification


(PMI)

000.285.85050 0 Welding NDE Requirements for Pressure Retaining


Components

000.258.58010 0 Supplier Integration Package 02, Cr-Mo Vessels

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rd
000.255.1100 Jun 01 3 Gen Modular Executions Mechanical Installation
Details

rd
000.255.1100a04 Jun 01 3 Gen Modular Executions Mechanical Installation
Details - Vessels

000.285.85110 Mar 15 Hot Insulation

000.285.85210 Apr 15 Painting

4-2742 0 General Tolerances for Steel Parts

031-R-0001 0 Gasifier Refractory Specification

L2CM-000-10-DS- A Plant Site Data Sheet


001 B

L2CM-000-15-SP- A Structural Design Criteria


001 B

2.4 Standard Drawings

Drawing No. Rev Description


None

2.5 Additional Documents

Form No. Rev Description


L2CM-4-0202- B Bill of Material
B
RQ_BOM
L2CM-4-0202- A Supplier Drawing & Data Commitment
RQ_SDDC

000.205.F0520 Jun 11 PDDM Supplier Drawing and Data Commitment Form


Attachment (SDDCFA)

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2.6 Referenced Industry Standards Organizations


AISC American Institute of Steel Construction
ANSI American National Standards Institute
ASCE American Society of Civil Engineers
ASME American Society of Mechanical Engineers
ASNT American Society for Non-Destructive Testing
ASTM American Society for Testing and Materials
AWS American Welding Society
NACE National Association of Corrosion Engineers
PFI Pipe Fabrication Institute
SSPC Steel Structures Painting Council

3.0 ENGINEERING NOTES AND GENERAL REQUIREMENTS


3.1 This document, in conjunction with the listed documents above, defines the requirements
for design, material, fabrication, testing, painting, and preparation for shipment of the items
listed in Section 1.0. The order of precedence for these documents shall be as listed:

a) This Technical Scope of Supply and its Engineering Notes


b) Drawings
c) Fluor Specifications
d) Codes and Industry Standards
In the event of a conflict, the most stringent requirement shall apply. The Supplier shall be
responsible for calling attention to the discrepancy and request a written ruling or
interpretation from the Purchaser.
3.2 Compliance by the Supplier with the provisions of this package does not relieve him of the
responsibility of furnishing equipment of proper design, mechanically suited to meet
operating guarantees at the specified service conditions.
3.3 The Users Design Specification will be issued later for applicable ASME Sec. VIII,
Div. 2 vessels. The required design data and specifications are already provided
in this document and other attachments.
3.4 All units of measure shall be in applicable US Customary units.
3.5 Details not explicitly outlined on data sheets shall be designed by the Supplier and
submitted with the proposal for the Purchasers review. The Suppliers mechanical design
shall include analysis for strength, thermal expansion, local loads and installation
considerations.
3.6 Wind design shall be per ASCE 7-10, with
a) Building Risk Category III
b) Basic Wind Speed V = 142 mph
c) Wind Exposure Category C
d) Gust-Effect Factor = 0.85
3.7 Seismic design shall be per ASCE 7-10, with
a) Building Risk Category III

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b) Importance Factor, ie = 1.25


c) Site Classification D
d) Seismic Design Category B
e) Ss = 0.093, S1 = 0.049, SSD = 0.10, SD1 = 0.08, Fa = 1.6, Fv = 2.4
The design criteria above shall be shown on the Suppliers fabrication drawing.
3.8 The Supplier is responsible for complying with any and all local regulations or
requirements. The Supplier shall obtain all registrations and pay all fees as required by
national and/or local rules covering each item.
3.9 After the awards of a purchase order, it shall be the Suppliers responsibility to point out
any proposed deviation from any specifications and obtain written approval from the
Purchaser. Any requested deviations that are not approved shall be brought into
compliance, and will be to the Suppliers account.
3.10 The Supplier shall submit a list of all items to be provided by sub-suppliers. Purchaser
reserves the right to approve sub-suppliers prior to placing the Purchase Order with the
sub-suppliers. If the Supplier finds it necessary to sublet equipment design and drafting,
the Supplier must notify and obtain written approval from Purchaser.

3.11 Seller shall trial fit inside one Gasifier (only) the following single set of internals (supplied
by Others); Quench Ring, Dip Tube, Draft Tube, Centering Devices, Support Legs, and
Quench Inlet Piping. After successful installation, Seller shall disassemble same internals
and properly crate for shipment with Gasifiers and identified for installation by Others.
4.0 DRAWINGS, CALCULATIONS AND INFORMATION
4.1 Supplier shall submit all required drawings and documents specified in the attached
Supplier Drawing & Data Commitment (form L2CM-4-0202-RQ_SDDC). The Supplier shall
adhere to the agreed commitment schedule for all document submittal dates. In setting
document submittal dates to support the fabrication schedule, the Supplier shall allow the
Purchaser ten (10) working days for review.

4.2 All documents, including those from sub-suppliers, must be checked and signed by the
Supplier prior to submittal. Unsigned or unchecked documents will not be accepted by the
Purchaser for review, and will be returned to the Supplier at C (DO NOT PROCEED)
review status.

4.3 The Supplier shall submit all required documents in electronic format (except for the Data
Book), and in accordance with the Submittal Instructions in PDDM Supplier Drawing and
Data Commitment Form Attachment (Form 000.206.F0520).

4.4 Project Document & Data Management (PDDM) labels shall be affixed to all documents
submitted for the Purchasers review. (See paragraph 5.0 of form 000.206.F0520). PDDM
labels shall be located either immediately above or to the left of the Suppliers drawing title
block. For calculations, procedures, or other documents submitted in 8 11 size, the
label shall be incorporated into the documents cover sheet.

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4.5 To expedite the Purchaser's review, fabrication drawings shall be submitted together with
the supporting calculations. Weight calculations shall be clearly shown to substantiate the
values shown on the Suppliers drawings.

4.6 All drawings shall include or reference a Bill of Material.

4.7 Welding procedures must be submitted for review and comment prior to use in fabrication.
To expedite the Purchaser's review, WPSs shall be submitted together with the supporting
PQRs and weld map.

4.8 Documents may not be released for purchase or fabrication until they have been returned
to the Supplier at either A (Proceed) or B (Proceed, change as noted and resubmit)
review status, unless otherwise specifically permitted in writing by the Purchaser.

4.9 The Supplier shall revise all documents as commented by the Purchaser and resubmit for
review. Revisions shall be clearly marked by revision triangles and clouded to facilitate
the Purchasers review. If the Supplier does not agree with a Purchasers comment, the
Supplier shall contact the Purchaser to resolve the comment before a resubmit

4.10 Review of the Supplier's documents by the Purchaser does not relieve the Supplier of its
responsibilities for the accuracy of dimensions and compliance with the Code, drawings,
specifications, and other requirements outlined in the Purchase Order.

4.11 The final revision and submittal of all fabrication drawings shall be clearly marked
CERTIFIED AS-BUILT.

4.12 The Supplier shall submit the Data Book in the form of

4.12.1 Three (3) bound paper copy of that is complete and accurate for review by
Purchaser. It shall include a Table of Contents with section numbers that separated
by labeled tab dividers.

4.12.2 One (1) CD Code Data Book, consists of one PDF file with bookmarks for each
section. The CD shall be named with the equipment number and service
description.

4.13 The Suppliers performance of its obligations under this Purchase Order shall not be
deemed complete until the Purchaser is in receipt, in proper form, of all technical
documents and other data that are required to be submitted to Purchaser as part of
Suppliers Scope of Supply

5.0 MATERIALS AND FABRICATION


5.1 All materials shall be those specified on the Purchasers drawings. Materials shall meet
the requirements of the applicable Code material specifications, including any
supplementary requirements noted on the drawings or in this attachment. Foreign
materials equivalent to ASME or ASTM materials (pressure retaining parts only) may be
substituted only when approved in writing by Purchaser.
5.2 All materials shall have the country of origin identified. Certification for materials traceability
shall be provided and shall include chemical and physical properties and heat numbers.

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5.3 Supplier shall inform Purchaser of any defects in materials and propose repair procedures
for review and approval before any repairs. The Purchaser reserves the right to reject
materials rather than allow repairs.
5.4 Material repair procedures shall be submitted for review and approval prior to repair. If any
repairs are required after final post-weld heat treatment or after the hydrostatic test, they
shall be described in detail and be submitted, together with the Suppliers proposal for
examination and testing for approval before proceeding with such repairs. All repairs shall
comply with ASME Code requirements and shall be re-examined in accordance with the
requirements of this RFQ and/or PO when completed. Inspection of repairs shall be in
accordance with applicable code requirements.
5.5 All plates, forgings and pressure-retaining parts shall be stamped (use a low-stress stamp
for markings) in a permanent, legible manner. All external flanges shall be marked with the
B16 designation. All materials shall have appropriate markings indicating the equivalent
ASTM designations. All identifications shall be in a visible location and put in place prior to
hydrostatic test and heat treatment.

6.0 INSPECTION AND TESTING


6.1 Within fifteen (15) calendar days of order commitment, an initial technical kick-off and
materials pre-inspection meeting will be held. Overall engineering requirements for the
P.O. will be reviewed, and all aspects of the material procurement and inspection process
will be addressed, including the following subjects:
6.1.1 The Suppliers Material Procurement Specifications (MPSs)
6.1.2 The material procurement Inspection and Test Plan (ITP)
6.1.3 Inspection access/scheduling at the material manufacturers facilities
6.1.4 Material testing and documentation requirements
6.1.5 Overall material delivery schedules
6.2 A pre-inspection meeting will be held before the start of fabrication, and after Purchasers
review of the Suppliers drawings, welding procedures, and comprehensive Inspection and
Testing Plan (ITP). Meetings are typically held at the Supplier's facilities. All pertinent
specification and inspection requirements will be reviewed. Details of the inspection
program, including hold points and requirements for witnessing of tests, will be established
at the pre-inspection meeting.
6.3 Supplier shall maintain a list of the testing laboratories used for welding qualification tests.
All PQRs (Procedure Qualification Records) shall be certified by and appropriate
authorized Supplier representative. The Suppliers and Sub-suppliers WPSs/PQRs shall
be submitted to the Purchaser for review and formal approval prior to start of welding.
6.4 At Purchasers discretion, in-process inspection shall be performed on the equipment
purchased. The inspector designated by the Purchaser shall have free access at all times
while work on this contract is being performed to all parts of the Suppliers or Sub-
suppliers premises which involve the manufacture, inspection, or testing of the equipment.
6.5 The Supplier shall develop and implement a comprehensive Inspection and Testing Plan
(ITP) that complies with applicable sections of the specifications referenced in paragraph
2.0. The ITP shall be strictly followed during fabrication and shall be signed off by

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Suppliers QC as each step is completed.


6.6 When components or services are obtained from sub-suppliers, the Supplier shall include
adequate inspection at their sub-suppliers and shall not rely on Purchasers inspector to
monitor these items at the place of manufacture. It is the Suppliers responsibility to obtain
and monitor a comprehensive Inspection and Testing Plan (ITP) at their sub-suppliers.
The Supplier shall notify the Purchaser of meetings, and surveillance activities at their sub-
suppliers, and upon placement of such orders.
6.7 Supplier shall comply with Purchaser-provided documents for any subcontracted work.
When components or services are obtained from Sub-suppliers, Purchaser will monitor
these items at the point of manufacture. It is the prime Suppliers responsibility to include
Purchaser surveillance and notification requirements in suborders, and notify Purchaser
upon placement of such orders.
6.8 When the specification or Purchase Order calls for certain shop inspection and tests to be
witnessed, observed or performed by Purchaser, the Supplier shall provide at least five (5)
working days advance written notice, prior to each inspection, test, or retest. If the
originally scheduled test is not carried out as scheduled, Supplier shall again notify
Purchaser in writing of the new test date.
6.9 For observed tests, the test shall not be carried out before the specified time and date
contained in the notification, unless approved in writing by the Purchaser.
6.10 This inspection shall not relieve the Supplier of complying with all expressed or implied
specifications or of Supplier's guarantee that the equipment shall perform satisfactorily
under conditions of reasonable service.

7.0 PREPARATION FOR SHIPMENT


7.1 Equipment shall be shipped with all auxiliary components completely assembled and
properly supported. If removable components are considered to be too heavy or
cumbersome for safe transport when completely assembled, they may be shipped
disassembled but suitably marked and tagged for re-assembly. Such disassembly is
subject to Purchaser's prior written approval.
7.2 Special tools and handling equipment shall be packed separately and identified as included
in the shipment.
7.3 Exposed surfaces on (threads, flange faces, gasket sealing surfaces, etc.) shall be coated
with an easily removable protective coating. All weld bevels of carbon or alloy steel piping
or equipment components that are to be welded by others shall be coated on the inside
and outside surfaces for a distance of three inches from the end of the component.
7.4 Supports and braces required only for shipping shall be stenciled "Shipping Brace -
Remove Before Operation", and painted yellow.
7.5 All items with tag numbers as defined by the Purchaser in the specified documentation
shall be fitted with permanent stainless steel tags or a material not subject to deterioration
from outdoor storage prior to shipment.

8.0 QUALITY ASSURANCE


8.1 The Suppliers QA/QC Program Manual must be made available for the Purchasers
review. The Supplier must strictly comply with all requirements of the QA/QC Program.

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8.2 The Supplier is responsible for the activities and products of all sub-suppliers, and shall
monitor activities at the sub-suppliers facilities as necessary to ensure compliance with the
quality program, inspection and test plan, and Purchase Order requirements.

8.3 Suppliers Quality Control Manual shall include Purchasers option to supply supporting
FEA to any and/or all internal/external appurtenances attached to the pressure boundary of
the vessel.

8.4 Welding Consumable Control


8.4.1 All welding consumables used for fabrication of the internal components shall be
segregated and uniquely identified from all other welding materials in the Suppliers
shop. A list of acceptable material heat, lot, and batch numbers shall be developed
and clearly identified on the documentation accompanying each item in the
Suppliers shop.

8.4.2 The Supplier shall develop and maintain adequate procedures and controls to
ensure that:
a) The different consumable chemistries used for manufacturing this equipment
(carbon steel, low alloy steels, stainless steels, etc.) are properly controlled and
not intermixed

b) All welding consumables used for manufacturing this equipment remain properly
segregated from those used for the fabrication of other equipment.

c) Any system implemented by the Supplier that is intended to meet these


requirements is subject to review and audit by the Purchasers representative at
any time during the course of P.O. execution.

9.0 PROPOSAL REQUIREMENTS


The Suppliers proposal shall include the following:
9.1 Estimated shipping weights and overall dimensions.
9.2 Confirmation of plate thicknesses shown on the BOM.
9.3 Equipment price, break-out prices (e.g. for anchor bolt templates and steel shipping
saddles), lead times
9.4 Completed and signed Supplier Drawing & Data Commitment form (form L2CM-4-0202-
RQ_SDDC). Schedule for each item in the blank columns on the right side of the form
shall be marked.
9.5 Schedule covering all phases of engineering, fabrication, testing and shipping.
9.6 A complete list of all sub-suppliers, listing items or services to be provided. Purchaser
reserves the right to approve sub-suppliers.
9.7 A complete listing of all comments, clarifications, exceptions, and deviations to any of the
data sheets, notes, and specifications contained in this RFQ package shall be returned in
writing with the proposal. The comments shall be identified by document number, and by
paragraph number with an explanation of the exception and what is proposed in place of

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that specified. Any data, dimensions, configurations, or alternate offerings, not conforming
to the Request for Quotation, and not set out clearly and specifically as an exception or
deviation in a narrative form, will be considered a nonconformance to the specification and
will not be accepted.

10.0 SEA/OCEAN TRANSPORT B

The LCM Project will extensively utilize modules fabricated outside the United States. Equipment
will be installed within these modules at the module yard and will see extensive Ocean
Transportation Loads. The project is in very early stages and has not determined module
arrangement and/or module yard.
There are numerous unknowns at this time however you are to include Ocean Transportation
Loads as follows:
Fhp = Chp W, where Chp=0.3
Fhr = Chr W, where Chr=1.0
Fvp = Cvp W, where Cvp=1.6
Fvr = Cvr W, where Cvr=1.5
The above loads are to be considered to occur at the equipment center of gravity. The equipment
is to be considered anchored to the module only at your normal equipment base plates.
See the below loading discussion for an understanding of Ocean Transportation Loads.

10.1 Definition of Sea Forces

10.1.1 For this simplified analysis method the direct effects of wind load on the cargo may be
omitted.
10.1.2 See Figure 1 for axis, direction of forces and motion.
10.1.3 Longitudinal force Fhp, acting in the barge longitudinal/x-axis direction, during a Head
Sea Condition (pitch), is defined as the horizontal component of the force due to pitch
plus the horizontal component of gravity (weight) caused by tilt of the barge deck plus
the horizontal component of the force due to heave and acts concurrently with
pitching motion:
Fhp = Chp W
W = dead load (i.e. weight of structure, empty weight of equipment, piping,
trays etc.) at a particular point. Include the stowage load when appropriate.
10.1.4 Transverse force Fhr, acting in the barge transverse/y-axis direction, during a Beam
Sea condition (roll), is defined as the horizontal component of the force due to roll
plus the horizontal component of gravity caused by tilt of the barge deck plus the
horizontal component of the force due to heave and acts concurrently with rolling
motion:
Fhr = Chr W
10.1.5 Vertical Force Fvp, acting in the barge vertical/z-axis direction, during a Head Sea
Condition (pitch), is defined as the vertical component of the force due to pitch plus
the vertical component of gravity (weight) and acts concurrently with pitching:
Fvp acts concurrently with Fhp, and

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Fvp = Cvp W
10.1.6 Vertical Forces Fvr, acting in the barge vertical/z-axis direction, during a Beam Sea
condition (roll), is defined as the vertical component of the force due to roll plus the
vertical component of gravity and acts concurrently with rolling motion:
Fvr acts concurrently with Fhr, and
Fvr = Cvr W
10.1.7 Pitch and roll need not to be considered acting simultaneously.

10.2 Sea/Ocean Transportation Load Combinations:


Stationary Barge
1.4 (W)
1.2 (W)
Beam Sea Condition
1.3 (Fhr + Fvr)
Head Sea Condition
1.3 (Fhp + Fvp)

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