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CONTRACT No. : CT750 UZ110110


PETROFAC JOB No.: PE-103
DSME JOB No.: P6059

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Table of Contents

1. INTRODUCTION ................................................................................................................................... 4

2. BASIS FOR ANALYSIS ....................................................................................................................... 6

2.1 M AIN PARTICULARS OF BARGE AND MODULES ................................................................................. 6


2.2 COORDINATE SYSTEM ........................................................................................................................ 9
2.3 MOORING LINES.................................................................................................................................. 9
2.4 FENDER PROPERTIES ....................................................................................................................... 10
2.5 BITTS ON G2 AND G3 QUAY ............................................................................................................ 10
2.6 ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS ......................................................................................................... 11

3. BASIS OF MOTION AND WAVE ANALYSIS .................................................................................. 11

3.1 WIND FORCE ..................................................................................................................................... 12


3.2 CURRENT FORCE .............................................................................................................................. 13
3.2.1 General Drag Formula ............................................................................................................... 13
3.2.2 Longitudinal Drag Force Equation ........................................................................................... 13
3.2.3 Transverse drag force equation ............................................................................................... 14
3.3 MOORING ARRANGEMENT OF CASE1 (TERAS3710 AT G3) ......................................................... 15
3.4 MOORING ARRANGEMENT OF CASE2 (TERAS3710 AT G2) ......................................................... 15
3.5 MOORING ARRANGEMENT OF CASE3 (AMT CRUSADER AT G3) ................................................... 16
3.6 MOORING ARRANGEMENT OF CASE4 (AMT CRUSADER AT G2) ................................................... 16

4. MOORING CALCULATION BY OPTIMOOR ................................................................................... 17

4.1 CASE 1 FOR TERAS3710 G3 LONGITUDINAL MOORING.............................................................. 17


4.2 CASE 2 FOR TERAS3710 G2 TRANSVERSE MOORING ................................................................ 24
4.3 CASE 3 FOR AMT CRUSADER G3 LONGITUDINAL MOORING ........................................................ 31
4.4 CASE 4 FOR AMT CRUSADER G2 TRANSVERSE MOORING .......................................................... 38

5. CONCLUSIONS .................................................................................................................................. 46

APPENDIX – A1. MOORING ARRANGEMENT ...................................................................................... 47

APPENDIX – A2. BARGE MOORING EQUIPMENT ............................................................................... 48

APPENDIX – A3. CERTIFICATE ............................................................................................................... 54

APPENDIX – A4. 10 YEAR RETURN PERIOD WIND SPEED .............................................................. 57


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1. INTRODUCTION

The module CPAU15(20M), CPAU05(12M), CPAU06(14M) and CPAU11(16M) which is part


of the onshore platform known as ZADCO. These modules will loadout at G3 quay in Ok-Po
shipyard. The barge will be moored as the perpendicular condition to the quay side. A
mooring analysis was carried out to determine the safety of the mooring arrangement during
and after loadout condition. The wind speed is 20 knots and 34.2 knots for each condition.
The main purpose of the mooring analysis is to determine the mooring rope tension, and
horizontal force on bollards under given environmental conditions (wind, wave current and
tide). The mooring analysis was performed by ‘OPTIMOOR’ in accordance with applicable
code and standard.

CPAU15(20M) and 4 ship loosed stair towers will be loaded at one barge called TERAS
st
3710(1 batch) and CPAU05(12M), CPAU06(14M) and CPAU11(16M) will be loaded out at
nd
another barge called AMT Crusader(2 batch). This mooring analysis contains both barge
mooring analysis cases.
st
1 batch(TERAS3710) : G3 Quay(for load out) ->G2 Quay(after load out)
nd
2 batch(AMT Crusader) : G2 Quay(for before load out) -> G3 Quay(for load out and post
load out)

General sequence can is seen as follows.

SAIL AWAY Mooring


MODULE L X B X H (M) Weight Shipment
DATE analysis

CPAU04 10M 09-Oct-16 25 X 23 X 21 1,185


1
SPAU03 35M 09-Oct-16 56 X 26 X 20 4,513 Finished

NPAU03 30M 09-Oct-16 56 X 26 X 20 4,608 2

CPAU15 20M 22-Dec-16 56 X 26 X 20 4,246 3

CPAU05 12M 22-Dec-16 26 X 22 X 18 1,490

CPAU06 14M 22-Dec-16 26 X 22 X 18 1,394 4

CPAU11 16M 12-Dec-16 59 X 22 X 15 2,632


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 In the present report, the following responses were calculated for the mooring
arrangement:
- The mooring line strength
- Tensions affecting winches and bollards on barge
- The horizontal forces affecting bitt on quayside
- The mooring line arrangement
- The mooring analysis in the case of on line broken
References
- P7512-BD-2000-S-0001 Design basis for Loadout Transportation and Lifting
- P7512-CN-2000-z-0002 Load out Procedure (Load out)
- P7512-CN-2000-Z-0037 Quayside mooring design(Load out)
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2. BASIS FOR ANALYSIS

In this section, main particulars of Barge and Module CPAU15(20M), CPAU05(12M),


CPAU06(14M) and CPAU11(16M) are described. The module are planned to be loaded on
the barge (TERAS3710 and AMT Crusader) at G3 quay.

2.1 Main Particulars of barge and Modules

Table 2.1 to 2.3 show the main particulars of the Barges and Module CPAU15(20M),
CPAU05(12M), CPAU06(14M) and CPAU11(16M) respectively. The barge will be moored at
G2 and G3 quay.

Table 2.1. Main Particulars of the Barge(TERAS3710)

Length over all 114.3m


Breadth, moulded 36.6m
Depth, moulded 6.10m
Loading draft 4.84m

Table 2.2. Main Particulars of the Barge(AMT Crusader)

Length over all 122m


Breadth, moulded 36.6m
Depth, moulded 7.62m
Loading draft 5.89m

Table 2.3. Main Particulars of Modules

Module CPAU15 CPAU05/06 CPAU11


L X B X H (m) 57 x 30 x 28 26 x 22 x 18 59 x 22 x 15
Weight 4,246 1,490 / 1,394 2,632

Fig. 2.1 to 2.3 shows side view of the loaded each modules to be loaded on deck of the barge.
Fig.2.4 and 2.5. shows the top and side view of the barge of each barges. The draft is 4.1m
when she is moored at G3 quay loading the modules.
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Fig. 2.1. Front and Side view of CPAU15(20M)

Fig. 2.2. Front and Side view of CPAU05(12M)/CPAU06(14M)

Fig. 2.3. Front and Side view of CPAU11(16M)


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Fig. 2.4. Top and side view of Barge TERAS3710

Fig. 2.5. Top and side view of Barge AMT Crusader

For modules on the barge, the projected area above the main deck is measured from CAD
drawing as an conservative box and it is used for the calculation of the wind forces. The
projected area of modules is shown in Table 2.4. The area of the freeboard is obtained from
OPTIMOOR S/W automatically. In OPTIMOOR program, as water level changes, the addition
or reduction of hull area changing is automatically reflected by OPTIMOOR program.
Therefore, it calculates the hull area below deck based on the defined length between
perpendiculars and the present vessel’s freeboard plus a small adjustment to account for the
projections beyond the perpendiculars.
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Table 2.4. Projected areas of Modules above hull

CPAU15/stairs CPAU05/06/11

Side area above hull 1905 m2 2320 m2

End area above hull 848 m2 716 m2

2.2 Coordinate System

Fig. 2.6. shows the mooring arrangement and its coordinate system. When wind comes from
0 degree, the wind load is regarded as positive value in X direction. In the case of Y direction,
when wind comes from 90 degrees, the positive value applies to the floating object for the
wind forces.

Fig. 2.6. Mooring arrangement and coordinate system

2.3 Mooring Lines

DSME mooring rope will be utilized for the mooring arrangement. The rope specification is
shown in Table 2.5 and Table 2.6.
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8 mooring lines are used for this loadout mooring arrangement. The ropes are connected
between quay bitt and vessel bollard when she is stern moored at quay. The tail rope is
connected at the vessel bollards and the specification of tail rope is also shown in Table 2.6.

Table 2.5. Specification of Supermax (mooring rope)

Diameter 60.0 mm
Minimum breaking limit (MBL) strength 263.0 tons

Table 2.6. Specification of Nylon rope (tail rope)

Diameter 82.0 mm
Minimum breaking limit (MBL) strength 224.0 tons

2.4 Fender Properties

The used fender is NV type rubber fender and is attached on G2/G3 quay. 800H x 2000L will
be used to sustain the barge. The manufacturer is HWASEUNG EX WILL Co., Ltd in South
Korea. The maximum reaction force at 55% deflection is 853kN (equal to 87 ton) per unit
meter, therefore gross reaction force is 174 ton for 2000mm length.

2.5 Bitts on G2 and G3 Quay

The Fig. 2.7 shows bitt location on G2 and G3 quay. There are three types of capacity as
50ton double and 50ton & 200ton single bitts. Most bitts are installed on G3 quay are 50 tons
double bitt that has two columns. Therefore, total SWL can be assumed as 100 tons.

Fig. 2.7. Bitt location on G2 and G3 quay


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2.6 Environmental Conditions

The wind, current and wave conditions for the stern mooring analysis are shown in Table 2.7.

Table 2.7. Wind, Current and Wave conditions

COND. Case1(TERAS3710) Case2(TERAS3710) Case3(AMT Crusader) Case4(AMT Crusader)

Longitudinal Transverse
Longitudinal mooring Transverse mooring at
Description mooring at the G3 mooring at the G2
at the G3 quay the G2 quay
quay quay

20 knots 34.2 knots 20 knots 34.2 knots


Wind
(10.288 m/s) (17.6 m/s) (10.288 m/s) (17.6 m/s)

Wave 0.6 m 0.3 m 0.6 m 0.3 m

Current 0.514 m/s 0.1 m/s 0.514 m/s 0.1 m/s

These criteria are based on P7512-BD-2000-S-0001 ‘DESIGN BASIS FOR LOADOUT,


TRANSPORATION AND LIFTING’. 10yr return period design wind speed is as specified in
APPENDIX-A4.

In OPTIMOOR program, the wind speed is assumed as height of modules which is standard
value for the environmental condition in mooring analyses.

3. BASIS OF MOTION AND WAVE ANALYSIS

This section describes the characteristics of the computer software for the mooring analysis.
The OPTIMOOR was developed by Tension Technology and the analysis is based on the
OCIMF recommendations and procedures. OPTIMOOR can be used to check the adequacy
of the mooring equipment. It can be used to determine if vessels can be safely moored at
various terminals. Key features of OPTIMOOR are as followings:

 All types of inshore and offshore ship moorings


 Shielding effect of piers
 In-built OCIMF methods and coefficients
 Auto generation of wind or wave capability rosette
 Comprehensive rope property database
 Auto or manual pre-tension to set up mooring
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3.1 Wind Force

The wind coefficients are also shown in Table 3.1. The definition of wind coefficient is in the
following formula.

1
𝐹𝑥 = 𝐶𝐹 𝜌𝑉 2 𝐴𝑥
2 𝑥
1
𝐹𝑦 = 2 𝐶𝐹𝑦 𝜌𝑉 2 𝐴𝑦

where

Fx: wind force in x direction

Fy: wind force in y direction

CFx: wind coefficient in x direction

CFy: wind coefficient in y direction

r: air density (=1.225 kg/m3)

V: wind velocity

Ax: area in the X direction

Ay:area in the Y direction

Table 3.1. Wind coefficients in x and y directions

Deg Cx Cy
0 0.700 0.000
10 0.689 0.191
20 0.658 0.376
30 0.606 0.550
40 0.536 0.707
50 0.450 0.843
60 0.350 0.953
70 0.239 1.034
80 0.122 1.083
90 0.000 1.100
100 -0.122 1.083
110 -0.239 1.034
120 -0.350 0.953
130 -0.450 0.843
140 -0.536 0.707
150 -0.606 0.550
160 -0.658 0.376
170 -0.689 0.191
180 -0.700 0.000
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The wind coefficients are calculated using DNV code and are also included in this analysis.
The projected area of the freeboard is automatically calculated by reflecting the vessel draft
for the calculation of wind force in ‘OPTIMOOR’ program. The projected area of the structure
over the main deck of the barge is already shown in Table 2.3.

3.2 Current Force

For a barge type of vessel, OPTIMOOR program recommends to use the generic data in it for
the current force calculation. The program calculates force and moment directly from a set of
equations described in this section. The equation and their description from Section 3.2.1 to
3.2.3 are quoted from OPTIMOOR manual.

3.2.1 General Drag Formula

The Generic equations are empirically based on results of model tests conducted at
Newcastle University, supported by the Science and Engineering Research Council and
several industrial sponsors. The tests were for a rectangular barge-shaped vessel at various
drafts and water depths and held at various angles to water flow in a channel of finite width.

The general formula for drag on a body in a fluid is

F=(rACDV2)/(2g)

Where F=Drag force


r=Density of fluid

A= Area projected to flow


CD=Drag coefficient
V= velocity of body relative to fluid
g= Acceleration of gravity

The drag on a vessel consists of three components, longitudinal (x-direction), transverse (y-
direction), and yaw (z-direction).

3.2.2 Longitudinal Drag Force Equation

For the longitudinal drag force on a ship’s hull,

Fxc=0.01BdV2[1+(d/h)2]

where, Fxc = Longitudinal current force (tonne)

B = Breadth of vessel (m)

d = Draft of vessel (m)

h = Depth of water (m)


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As the angle of the vessel to the direction of flow increases, the longitudinal component of
drag at first increases. But angles greater than 45 deg the longitudinal drag rapidly declines.
The following equation of the relationship is based on experimental data from Ractliffe and
Mitchell.

Fxc=(cos(α)+0.5sin2(2α)Fxc(α =0)

where α =Angle between vessel heading and the flow direction.

3.2.3 Transverse drag force equation

The transverse drag on the vessel in transverse flow is usually the largest drag component. It
can be represented as

Fyc=[0.0225+0.075(d/h)2+0.045(d/B)]LdV2

where Fyc= Lateral current force (tonne)

L=Length of vessel at waterline, m

The effect of heading angles other than 90deg to the direction of flow is represented by the

Fyc= (sin2(α)+0.25sin(2α))Fyc(α =90)


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3.3 Mooring Arrangement of Case1 (TERAS3710 at G3)

Fig. 3.1. shows mooring arrangement. 8 lines come from bollards on the barge. The mooring
line tensions and reaction forces of bollard, bitt and fender are presented in Section 4.

Fig. 3.1. TERAS3710 Mooring arrangement for OPTIMOOR at G3 quay

3.4 Mooring Arrangement of Case2 (TERAS3710 at G2)

Fig. 3.2. shows mooring arrangement. 8 lines come from bollards on the barge. The mooring
line tensions and reaction forces of bollard, bitt and fender are presented in Section 4.

Fig. 3.2. TERAS3710 Mooring arrangement for OPTIMOOR at G2 quay


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3.5 Mooring Arrangement of Case3 (AMT Crusader at G3)

Fig. 3.3. shows mooring arrangement. 8 lines come from bollards on the barge. The mooring
line tensions and reaction forces of bollard, bitt and fender are presented in Section 4.

Fig. 3.3. AMT Crusader Mooring arrangement for OPTIMOOR at G2 quay

3.6 Mooring Arrangement of Case4 (AMT Crusader at G2)

Fig. 3.4. shows mooring arrangement. 10 lines come from bollards on the barge. The mooring
line tensions and reaction forces of bollard, bitt and fender are presented in Section 4.

Fig. 3.4. AMT Crusader Mooring arrangement for OPTIMOOR at G2 quay


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4. MOORING CALCULATION BY OPTIMOOR

In this section, the results of mooring calculation are presented. The mooring force is
calculated assuming wind comes at every 10 degree increments.

4.1 CASE 1 for TERAS3710 G3 Longitudinal mooring

In this CASE 1, TERAS3710 longitudinal berthing of barges at G3 quay is considered. Fig. 4.1
shows draft and wind, wave, and current conditions in OPTIMOOR program. Fig. 4.2 shows
vessel information. Fig. 4.3 shows Quay information as water depth, pier height above datum,
capacity and position of the fender and the bitt.

Fig. 4.1. Wind, wave and current information

Fig. 4.2. Vessel data


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Fig. 4.3. G3 quay data

The calculated results are shown in Fig .4.4. At wind speed of 10.288 m/s, the maximum
tension of rope is 16.5 tons and this maximum tension is 6.3% of MBL. The maximum force of
quay bitt is 30.4 tons which is safe enough as SWL is 100 tons. The maximum forces on
fenders is 26 tons under SWL 174 tons.
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Fig. 4.4. Reaction forces on vessel’s bollard, quay bitt and fender for intact condition

Fig. 4.5. Wind limit rose plot of intact condition


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Fig. 4.6. Reaction forces on vessel’s bollard, quay bitt and fender for single line failure
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4.2 CASE 2 for TERAS3710 G2 Transverse mooring

In this CASE 2, TERAS3710 transverse berthing of barges at G2 quay is considered. Fig. 4.7
shows draft and wind, wave, and current conditions in OPTIMOOR program. Fig. 4.8 shows
vessel information. Fig. 4.9 shows Quay information as water depth, pier height above datum,
capacity and position of the fender and the bitt.

Fig. 4.7. Wind, wave and current information

Fig. 4.8. Vessel data


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Fig. 4.9. G2 quay data

The calculated results are shown in Fig .4.10. At wind speed of 17.6m/s, the maximum
tension of rope is 17.4 tons and this maximum tension is 6.6% of MBL. The maximum force of
quay bitt is 20.7 tons which is safe enough as SWL is 100 tons. The maximum forces on
fenders is 13 tons under SWL 174 tons.
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Fig. 4.10. Reaction forces on vessel’s bollard, quay bitt and fender for intact condition

Fig. 4.11. Wind limit rose plot of intact condition


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Fig. 4.12. Reaction forces on vessel’s bollard, quay bitt and fender for single line failure
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4.3 CASE 3 for AMT Crusader G3 Longitudinal mooring

In this CASE 3, AMT Crusader longitudinal berthing of barges at G3 quay is considered. Fig.
4.13 shows draft and wind, wave, and current conditions in OPTIMOOR program. Fig. 4.14
shows vessel information. Fig. 4.15 shows Quay information as water depth, pier height
above datum, capacity and position of the fender and the bitt.

Fig. 4.13. Wind, wave and current information

Fig. 4.14. Vessel data


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Fig. 4.15. G3 quay data

The calculated results are shown in Fig .4.16. At wind speed of 10.288 m/s, the maximum
tension of rope is 16.8 tons and this maximum tension is 6.4% of MBL. The maximum force of
quay bitt is 16.8 tons which is safe enough as SWL is 100 tons. The maximum forces on
fenders is 30 tons under SWL 174 tons.
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Fig. 4.16. Reaction forces on vessel’s bollard, quay bitt and fender for intact condition

Fig. 4.17. Wind limit rose plot of intact condition


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Fig. 4.18. Reaction forces on vessel’s bollard, quay bitt and fender for single line failure
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4.4 CASE 4 for AMT Crusader G2 Transverse mooring

In this CASE 4, AMT Crusader transverse berthing of barges at G2 quay is considered. Fig.
4.19 shows draft and wind, wave, and current conditions in OPTIMOOR program. Fig. 4.20
shows vessel information. Fig. 4.21 shows Quay information as water depth, pier height
above datum, capacity and position of the fender and the bitt.

Fig. 4.19. Wind, wave and current information

Fig. 4.20. Vessel data


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Fig. 4.21. G2 quay data

The calculated results are shown in Fig .4.22. At wind speed of 17.6m/s, the maximum
tension of rope is 14.9 tons and this maximum tension is 5.7% of MBL. The maximum force of
quay bitt is 25 tons which is safe enough as SWL is 100 tons. The maximum forces on
fenders is 46 tons under SWL 174 tons.
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Fig. 4.22. Reaction forces on vessel’s bollard, quay bitt and fender for intact condition

Fig. 4.23. Wind limit rose plot of intact condition


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Fig. 4.24. Reaction forces on vessel’s bollard, quay bitt and fender for single line failure
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5. CONCLUSIONS

Mooring analysis shows that

The present mooring layout can moor the vessel at 30.4m/s wind speed.

The maximum line tension is 16.5ton(6.3%, CASE1), 17.4ton(6.6%, CASE2), 16.8ton(6.4%,


CASE3) and 14.9ton(5.7%, CASE4) of rope MBL and it is lower than rope SWL (55%).

The maximum load of bitt is 30.4ton(CASE1), 20.7ton(CASE2), 16.8ton(CASE3) and


25ton(CASE4) and these don’t exceed the bollard SWL (100 tons).

The maximum load of fender is 46ton in CASE4 and this doesn’t exceed the fender SWL (174
tons).

The present mooring arrangement is sufficient to hold the vessel at G3 and G2 quay for the
during/after(20/34 knots) load out conditions.

Single line failure is considered in this analysis and has sufficient mooring capacity. Mooring
line is to be inspected prior to use.

The present mooring layout satisfies one line broken condition.


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APPENDIX – A1. MOORING ARRANGEMENT

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APPENDIX – A2. BARGE MOORING EQUIPMENT

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APPENDIX – A3. CERTIFICATE

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APPENDIX – A4. 10 YEAR RETURN PERIOD WIND SPEED

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