Dated: 28th Feb 2002

Appendix B Example: Shackle Crosby Bow and Dee Type 1 . 3. “ Guideline for Lifting Equipment”. General Design Consideration for Lifting Point Pad Eye Design Appendix A Example: Pad Eye Detail based on APEA. 2.Contents 1.

2. Reviewing the load Radius Chart for the “Lifting Device” (Crane) taking into account the weight of crane rope over the head sheave. Wave height and period. Design Consideration for Lifting Point The design should consider but not be limited to: • • • • • • • • • • • Weight uncertainty. e. All Lifting Point design must be approved by MSI before beginning of construction. material specification and welding requirement must be clearly presented in the drawing. Eye Bolt is not to be used for lifting point. b. General All Permanently attached lifting points on all new equipment constructed after 1st March 2002 for MSI should be designed to recognize Principal National Standards or Classification Guidelines. Adequate clearances should be provided between the pad eye and the rigging. All calculation. BS5950:Part 1: 1990 Structural Steel Eurocode 3: BS ENV 1993 Design for Steel Structures. Local eccentricities arising from pad eye connection details. and the weight of the rigging as part of the load weight. c. g. DNV Offshore Freight Containers Design and Certification Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association Limited. The NDT report should be submitted to MSI for filing. Uncertainty in Center of Gravity. 1999. Load test will only be done on case to case basic. dimension. f. 1989. the weight of the hook and hook block. Maximum hoist speed. d. Diagonalling effects. 9th Edition. Lifting points should be free from any detrimental defects caused by oxy-cutting. AWS D1. Dynamic amplification factor (DAF) .MSI LIFTING LUG / PAD EYES DESIGN GUIDELINES 1. Example: a.1 Structural Welding Code – Steel for Oil Field Service The design of the surrounding structure to which lifting points are affixed should allow transmission of the load from the lifting point to the surrounding structure. All Approved Lifting Point should be subject to inspection and NDT by competent person. h. AS 4100 Steel Structures AISC Manual of Steel Construction (ASD). etc. “Guidelines for Lifting Equipment”. arc welding. Wind speed 2 . Weight growth potential. AISC Load and Resistance Factor Design Specification for Structural Steel Buildings. Drag loads on equipment to be lifted in water.

a. For resulting sling force on the pad eyes. kg or tones Payload: P = Max. Federal Specification RR-C-271D In short.81 m/s2 n = No. Appendix B has shown an example of the dimension of Crosby Shackle that meet the required U. of Lifting Point or Padeyes The steel grade used for pad eyes shall be clearly specified on the design drawings. Federal Specification RR-C-271D. Guidelines for Lifting Equipment.S. whichever gives the larger hole. The maximum thickness of the pad eye shall be such that a total minimum gap of 5mm is maintained to avoid “binding”. the determined pad eye’s hole size and thickness with respect to shackle dimension to ensure that shackle with smaller capacity will not be able to be placed into the pad eyes. On units with a single point suspension (e. so that the resulting sling load (RSL) on each padeye will be: 3XRXg RSL = (n-1) X cos v Where v is the angle of a sling leg from vertical.g. gross mass. kg or tones G = Standard acceleration of gravity = 9.3. The load should be considered as evenly distributed between (n-1) pad eyes where n is the actual number of padeyes. Bolted on pad eyes should not be used on offshore containers.S. Preferable A516 material. Hole sizes in pad eyes should be bored or drilled to provide a diameter equal to the shackle pin diameter plus 3mm or 4% greater than the shackle pin diameter.S. 3 . The required thickness of the padeye should be based on the following shackle standard unless otherwise specified by MSI. Appendix A shown an example of the Pad Eye design from APEA. Pad Eye Design Load . Federal Specification RR-C-271D. Rating: R = Max. The thickness of the pad eye should be at least 75% of the shackle width to avoid “twisting” the shackle. the load of 3XRXg is of course taken by this single padeye. bottlerracks). the sling angle must be taken into account. This is to prevent damage to the pad eyes and over loading of the undersized shackle. U. The shackle dimension and loading is similar to the specification stated in U.Determine of required Design Load Pad Eyes should be designed for a total vertical load of: 3 X R x g. mass of cargo.

APPENDIX A Pad Eye Detail based on APEA. “Guideline for Lifting Equipment” 4 .

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