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Part 6 - Spectral Fatigue

Preparation
1) Under Training Project, create Spectral Fatigue subdirectory
2) Under Spectral Fatigue, Create Foundation SE, Modes and Fatigue
subdirectories.
3) Copy SACINP.STA model file, SEAINP.STA Seastate file and PSIINP.DAT soil data
from \Spectral Earthquake\Static SE directory to Foundation SE directory.
4) Copy SEAINP.DYN from \Spectral Earthquake\Modes directory to Modes directory
Creating foundation superelement under Foundation SE directory,
1) Modifying Model file SACINP.STA for creating foundation superelement suitable for
wave response analysis
Live weight factor in weight combination MASS shall be modified from 0.75 to 1.0.
2) Modifying Seastate file SEAINP.STA for create foundation superelement suitable for
wave response analysis
Delete load conditions GRVX and GRVY;
Add two new load conditions named as X000 and Y090, wave loads will be generated for
1.5 m wave height at 4.42 sec wave period for both 000 and 090 directions respectively.
Stream function will be used for calculating wave force in 18 steps; maximum base shear
will be selected for critical position. Weight selection lines INCWGT used to select
weight groups ANOD and WKWY for possible wave forces.
Delete load combination EQKS. Combine load combinations SUPX and SUPY with
X000 and Y090 correspondingly.
Modify LCSEL line to only include SUPX and SUPY load combinations.
Part of Seastate input file defined shall looks like following:
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------LDOPT
NF+Z
1.025
LCSEL
SUPX SUPY

LOAD
LOADCNDEAD
INCWGT ANODWKWY
DEAD
DEAD
-Z
LOADCNMASS
INCWGT MASS
ACCEL
LOADCNX000
INCWGT ANODWKWY

7.85

-79.50

79.50

MN

NPNP

1.0

N CEN1

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WAVE
WAVE
STRE
1.5
4.42
LOADCNY090
INCWGT ANODWKWY
WAVE
WAVE
STRE
1.5
4.42
LCOMB
LCOMB SUPX DEAD
1.0MASS
1.0X000
LCOMB SUPY DEAD
1.0MASS
1.0Y090
END

0.00

0.00

20.0

18MS

90.00

0.00

20.0

18MS

1.0
1.0

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

3) Delete Title line of PSIINP.DAT, otherwise it will has problem in following fatigue
analysis
4) Creating run file to generate foundation superelement using SUPX and SUPY.
Check Edit Environmental Loading Options to include the separate Seastate input;
In Edit Foundation Options > Foundation part, select Override - Create
Pilehead SE for Foundation Superelement Option and input SUPX and SUPY to
1st X and 1st Y load cases respectively, Max load and deflection will be used for pile
head load/deflection option.
No Element Check and Postvue database needed for this analysis.
Run analysis.

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Seastate basic load case summary report for spectral fatigue:


----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------****** SEASTATE BASIC LOAD CASE SUMMARY ******
RELATIVE TO MUDLINE ELEVATION
LOAD LOAD
FX
FY
FZ
MX
MY
MZ
DEAD LOAD
BUOYANCY
CASE LABEL
(KN)
(KN)
(KN)
(KN-M)
(KN-M)
(KN-M)
(KN)
(KN)
1 DEAD
0.000
0.000
-5719.634
-31.034
10787.661
0.000
8604.555
2884.945
2 MASS
0.000
0.000
-5493.466
-558.791
8283.856
0.000
0.000
0.000
3 X000
5.448
-0.049
0.997
4.123
447.308
7.858
0.000
0.000
4 Y090
-0.541
25.159
1.372
-1868.693
-43.821
-21.032
0.000
0.000
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Seastate combined load case summary report for spectral fatigue:


----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------***** SEASTATE COMBINED LOAD CASE SUMMARY *****
RELATIVE TO MUDLINE ELEVATION
LOAD LOAD
FX
FY
FZ
MX
MY
MZ
CASE LABEL
(KN)
(KN)
(KN)
(KN-M)
(KN-M)
(KN-M)
5 SUPX
5.448
-0.049
-11212.104
-585.702
19518.826
7.858
6 SUPY
-0.541
25.159
-11211.729
-2458.519
19027.697
-21.032
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Pile head superelement created for joint 101P for spectral fatigue:
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*** PILEHEAD STIFFNESS FOR JOINT 101P ***
UNITS - (KN,M)
FOR SUPERELEMENT NO. 1
RX
RY
RZ
DX
DY
DZ
RX
RY
RZ
DX
DY
DZ
RX
0.398342E+06
0.455822E+01 -0.455822E+00
0.147119E+00
0.546808E+05 -0.546808E+04
RY
0.455822E+01
0.394482E+06 -0.389482E+05 -0.546797E+05 -0.145662E+00
0.145662E-01
RZ
-0.455822E+00 -0.389482E+05
0.889482E+04
0.546797E+04
0.145662E-01 -0.145662E-02
DX
0.147119E+00 -0.546797E+05
0.546797E+04
0.132517E+05 -0.151665E+00
0.151665E-01
DY
0.546808E+05 -0.145662E+00
0.145662E-01 -0.151665E+00
0.245338E+05
0.112833E+06
DZ
-0.546808E+04
0.145662E-01 -0.145662E-02
0.151665E-01
0.112833E+06
0.114158E+07
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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Mode extraction under Modes directory,


Create Dynapac run file Extract Mode Shapes
Check Edit Environmental Loading Options to include the separate Seastate input;
Under Edit Solve Options, select Yes to Include Superelement File;
Under Edit Modal Extraction Options, input 50 to Number of Modes and select
Create added mass of beams.
Create Postvue database.
Browse in Foundation SE directory for SACINP.STA when prompted for SACS
Model File and browse in Foundation SE directory for DYNSEF.STA file for
Superelement file.
.
Run Analysis.

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Dynpac weight summary report for spectral fatigue:


----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------************* WEIGHT AND CENTER OF GRAVITY SUMMARY *************
************ ITEM DESCRIPTION ************

************** WEIGHT **************


X
Y
Z
KN
KN
KN

PLATE ELEMENTS

******** CENTER OF GRAVITY ********


X
Y
Z
M
M
M

387.938

387.938

387.938

1.429

0.000

19.699

MEMBER ELEMENTS

7866.831

7866.831

7866.831

2.227

0.042

-36.161

MEMBER ELEMENT NORMAL ADDED MASS

4591.960

4542.602

1496.886

2.364

0.037

-58.283

FLOODED MEMBER ELEMENT ENTRAPPED FLUID

2541.104

2541.104

2541.104

2.199

0.000

-39.503

USER DEFINED WEIGHTS IN DYNPAC

5949.531

5949.531

5949.531

1.558

0.073

17.440

************ TOTAL ************


21337.365
21288.007
18242.291
2.052
0.044
-19.773
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Dynpac first 10 modal periods and frequencies report for spectral fatigue:
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------SACS IV-FREQUENCIES AND GENERALIZED MASS
MODE
FREQ.(CPS)
GEN. MASS
EIGENVALUE
PERIOD(SECS)
1

0.299365

7.5745887E+02

2.8264298E-01

3.3404039

0.324509

4.4501464E+02

2.4053940E-01

3.0815768

0.479421

4.1442723E+02

1.1020612E-01

2.0858484

0.724061

1.3751426E+03

4.8315864E-02

1.3810988

0.750267

1.2431153E+03

4.4999557E-02

1.3328584

0.952067

2.0130674E+03

2.7945043E-02

1.0503457

1.499704

7.6823626E+02

1.1262357E-02

0.6667984

1.524094

7.5880577E+02

1.0904775E-02

0.6561275

1.912919

2.0876937E+02

6.9222470E-03

0.5227613

10
1.957074 1.3436331E+02 6.6134160E-03
0.5109669
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Wave Response analysis under Fatigue directory,


1) Create Seastate input file SEAINP.000, SEAINP.045 and SEAINP.090 for Transfer
function generation
Copy SEAINP.DYN Seastate file from Modes directory and rename to SEAINP.000.
Input DYN analysis option in col.56-58 for generating loading and hydrodynamic
modeling for dynamics. Input title line as 000 DIRECTION TRANSFER
FUNCTION.
Four load cases 1 through 4 will be added, each load case contain one line of GNTRF
transfer function generation line.
For fist load case in 000 direction: 6 waves in 18 steps will be generated using wave
steepness 0.05; beginning wave period 10 seconds and period step size 1.00 seconds;
transfer function loading will be generated for each wave position and AIRY wave
theory will be selected. Base shear and overturning moment will be plotted
For second load case in 000 direction, 6 waves with starting period = 4.75 secs and period
step size = 0.25 secs.
For third load case in 000 direction, 11 waves with starting period = 3.40 secs and period
step size = 0.10 secs.
For fourth load case in 000 direction, 2 waves with starting period = 2.25 secs and period
step size = 0.25 secs.
Copy SEAINP.000 Seastate file to SEAINP.045 and SEAINP.090. Modify GNTRF
directions to 45.00 for SEAINP.045 and to 90.00 for SEAINP.090.
Part of Seastate input file defined for 000 direction shall looks like following:
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------LDOPT
NF+Z
1.025
7.85
000 DIRECTION TRANSFER FUNCTION
FILE S

LOAD
LOADCN
1
GNTRF
AL 6
0.05 10.00 1.00
LOADCN
2
GNTRF
AL 6
0.05 4.75 0.25
LOADCN
3
GNTRF
AL 11
0.05 3.40 0.10
LOADCN
4
GNTRF
AL 2
0.05 2.25 0.25
END

-79.50

79.50

MN DYN

NPNP

0.00 18AIRYPF
0.00 18AIRYPF
0.00 18AIRYPF
0.00 18AIRYPF

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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2) Create wave response input file WVRINP.PLT for transfer function plot
For Wave Response Options, select ALL to Load case selection, choose Generate
Plots, maximum allowable iterations = -1.
Use Transfer function plot line PLTTF to request Overturning moment and Base shear
plot for both period and frequency.
1 to 25 load case selected for transfer function load case TFLCAS.
Damping ratio for spectral fatigue use 2% for all modes.
Wave response plot input file defined shall looks like following:
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------WROPT MNPSL ALL
PLTTF
TFLCAS
1 25
DAMP
2.0
END

-1
OM BS

PFS

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3) Create wave response run file and creating transfer function plot for 000 direction
Under Dynamics, select Wave Transfer/Response function Generation;
Check Edit Environmental Loading Options to include the separate Seastate input,
select SEAINP.000 as input;
Under Edit Dynamic Wave Options, select Yes to Use Wave Response Input
File;
Browse to Foundation SE directory for model data file SACINP.STA, and browse to
Modes directory for mode and mass file.
Run the analysis and study the generated plots.
4) Creating wave response input file WVRINP.EQS for equivalent loads generation
Copy WVRINP.PLT to WVRINP.EQS, in wave options line, select ES Equivalent
Static Loads.
Wave response input file for equivalent loads defined shall looks like following:
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------WROPT MNPSL ALL ES
PLTTF
TFLCAS
1 25
DAMP
2.0

-1
OM BS

PFS

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END

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5) Creating and solving equivalent loads for 000 direction


Under Dynamics, select Deterministic Wave Analysis;
Check Edit Environmental Loading Options to include the separate Seastate input,
select SEAINP.000 as input;
Under Edit Dynamic Wave Options, select Yes to Use Wave Response Input
File;
Check Edit Solve Options;
Check Edit Foundation Options, select Yes to Create Pile Solution File option;
Browse to Foundation SE for model data file SACINP.STA and soil data file
PSIINP.DAT;
Browse to Modes for mode and mass files;
Run Analysis.
6) Use the same procedure as 5) and solving equivalent loads for 045 and 090 directions.
7) Create fatigue input file FTGINP.FTG for spectral fatigue analysis
For fatigue options,
Number of Additional Postfiles = 2
Design life = 20 yrs with Life safety factor = 2.0
Fatigue Time Period = 1.0 yrs
Check Skip Non-Tubular Elements, Use Load Case Dependent SCFs,
Prescribe Max SCF and Prescribe MIN SCF
Choose API X prime curve for S-N Curve and Efthymiou method EFT for SCF
calculation
For fatigue option 2 line, check Member Summ. Rep. (Life Order) and SCF
Validity Range Check.
Using joint override lines JNTOVR to define that joints 401L, 402L, 403L and 404L will
be checked using API X curve rather than X prime curve.
Using group selection line GRPSEL to remove member groups PL1, PL2, PL3, PL4 and
W.B from fatigue calculation.

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Using joint selection JSLC line to define only joints 201L, 202L, 203L, 204L, 301L,
302L, 303L, 304L, 401L, 402L, 403L and 404L will be included for fatigue damage
evaluations.
Using SCF limits line SCFLM to define max. SCF = 6.0 and min. SCF = 1.5.
SCF Selection line SCFSEL can be used to define for X type joints, Marshall Method
MSH will be used for SCF calculation.
Add a RELIEF to force the program to evaluate the member hot spot stress at the surface
of chord.
SEAS line will be used to signal the program to read the Seastate input data file to
determine the SACS load case to wave period and direction correlation.
Input first fatigue load case corresponding to direction 000
Using Spectral Wave Fatigue Case FTLOAD to input Fraction of Design Life = 0.47
for 000 direction; input SPC into column 32-34 for spectral fatigue case.
Using Scatter Diagram Header SCATD to select Pierson-Moskowitz Spectrum as
type of wave spectrum.
Using Scatter Diagram Wave height SCWAV to input sea states wave heights and
using Scatter Diagram Freq. of Occurrence SCPER line to input Frequency of
Occurrence per wave period.
Percent occurrence for various wave heights and wave periods for 000 direction:

Dominant
Period (SECS)

Significant Wave Height (M)


0.0 - 0.6

0.6 1.4

1.4 2.6

1.0 2.0

0.15

0.10

0.10

2.0 4.0

0.10

0.19

0.11

4.0 6.0

0.05

0.08

0.05

6.0 10.0

0.02

0.03

0.02

Input second fatigue load case corresponding to direction 045


Using Spectral Wave Fatigue Case FTLOAD to input Fraction of Design Life = 0.2
for 045 direction; input SPC into column 32-34 for spectral fatigue case.
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Percent occurrence for various wave heights and wave periods for 045 direction:

Dominant
Period (SECS)

Significant Wave Height (M)


0.0 - 0.6

0.6 1.4

1.4 2.6

1.0 2.0

0.10

0.13

0.08

2.0 4.0

0.15

0.13

0.10

4.0 6.0

0.08

0.08

0.07

6.0 10.0

0.03

0.02

0.03

Input third fatigue load case corresponding to direction 090


Using Spectral Wave Fatigue Case FTLOAD to input Fraction of Design Life = 0.33
for 090 direction; input SPC into column 32-34 for spectral fatigue case.
Percent occurrence for various wave heights and wave periods for 090 direction:

Dominant
Period (SECS)

Significant Wave Height (M)


0.0 - 0.6

0.6 1.4

1.4 2.6

1.0 2.0

0.13

0.10

0.08

2.0 4.0

0.13

0.15

0.10

4.0 6.0

0.06

0.09

0.08

6.0 10.0

0.03

0.03

0.02

Using Joint Extraction Head EXTRAC line to extract all joints with damage level greater
than 0.5 for Interactive Fatigue review.
Fatigue input file defined shall looks like following:
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------FATGIUE INPUT

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FTOPT 2
20.
1.0
2. SMAPP
MXMNSK
FTOPT2
PTVC
JNTOVR 401L API
JNTOVR 402L API
JNTOVR 403L API
JNTOVR 404L API
GRPSEL RM
PL1 PL2 PL3 PL4 W.B
JSLC 201L202L203L204L301L302L303L304L401L402L403L404L
SCFLM 6.0 1.5
SCFSEL
MSH
RELIEF
SEAS
FTLOAD
1 .47
1.0
SPC
SCATD D 1.0
1.0
PM
SCWAV
0.30 1.0
2.0
SCPER 1.5
.15
.1
.1
SCPER 3.0
.1
.19
.11
SCPER 5.0
.05
.08
.05
SCPER 8.0
.02
.03
.02
FTLOAD
2 .20
1.0
SPC
SCATD D 1.0
1.0
PM
SCWAV
0.30 1.0
2.0
SCPER 1.5
.10
.13
.08
SCPER 3.0
.15
.13
.10
SCPER 5.0
.08
.08
.07
SCPER 8.0
.03
.02
.03
FTLOAD
3 .33
1.0
SPC
SCATD D 1.0
1.0
PM
SCWAV
0.30 1.0
2.0
SCPER 1.5
.13
.10
.08
SCPER 3.0
.13
.15
.10
SCPER 5.0
.06
.09
.08
SCPER 8.0
.03
.03
.02
EXTRAC HEAD AE 0.5
END

LPEFT

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8) Create fatigue run file and run the analysis. Browse for results and using interactive
fatigue to review critical joints.

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Portion of spectral fatigue analysis report for joint 402L and 404L:
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------*

JOINT

MEMBER GRUP TYPE


ID
ID

ORIGINAL
OD
WT
(CM)
(CM)

M E M B E R

JNT MEM
TYP TYP

F A T I G U E
(DAMAGE ORDER)

CHORD
LEN.
(M )

R E P O R T

GAP * STRESS CONC. FACTORS *


(CM) AX-CR AX-SD IN-PL OU-PL

FATIGUE RESULTS
DAMAGE LOC SVC LIFE

404L 402L-404L H41

TUB

30.38

1.250 Y

BRC

12.12

3.05

6.00

2.32

3.36

3.959206

BL

5.051518

404L 404L-504L LG4

TUB

107.00

3.500 Y

CHD

12.12

2.54

4.61

1.54

2.58

.9582906

BL

20.87050

404L 403L-404L H41

TUB

30.38

1.250 Y

BRC

12.12

3.05

6.00

2.32

3.36

1.546541

BR

12.93208

404L 404L-504L LG4

TUB

107.00

3.500 Y

CHD

12.12

2.54

4.61

1.54

2.58

.3436772

BR

58.19415

404L 404L-4000 H42

TUB

30.38

1.250 Y

BRC

12.12

3.05

6.00

2.32

3.34

.5130308

BR

38.98401

404L 404L-504L LG4

TUB

107.00

3.500 Y

CHD

12.12

2.54

4.58

1.54

2.56

.1025730

BR

194.9831

REQUIRED
OD
WT
(CM)
(CM)

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------402L 304L-402L D03

TUB

40.75

1.500 K

BRC

12.12

402L 302L-402L LG3

TUB

107.00

3.500 K

CHD

402L 401L-402L H41

TUB

30.38

1.250 Y

402L 402L-502L LG4

TUB

107.00

402L 402L-404L H41

TUB

402L 402L-502L LG4

402L 402L-4000 H43

32.00

2.70

2.63

2.78

2.07

.4098942

48.79308

12.12

2.72

2.77

1.50

1.84

.1803190

TL

110.9146

BRC

12.12

3.05

6.00

2.32

3.36

1.650136

BL

12.12021

3.500 Y

CHD

12.12

2.54

4.61

1.54

2.58

.3789497

BL

52.77745

30.38

1.250 K

BRC

12.12

4.03

5.33

2.32

3.39

3.912909

TL

5.111287

TUB

107.00

3.500 K

CHD

12.12

3.36

4.27

1.54

2.60

1.031002

TL

19.39861

TUB

30.38

1.250 Y

BRC

12.12

3.05

6.00

2.32

3.34

.1221691

BL

163.7075

32.00

402L 402L-502L LG4 TUB 107.00 3.500 Y


CHD 12.12
2.54 4.58 1.54 2.56
.0141106 BL 1417.369
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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9) Foundation pile fatigue analysis


Copy FTGINP.FTG to FTGINP.PIL, delete unrelated lines for pile fatigue analysis.
JNTOVR, GRPSEL, JSLC, SCFSEL, RELIEF and EXTRAC line(s) will be deleted.
Modify fatigue option line 2 and check Tubular Inline Check, chose American Welding
Society S-N curve AWS for pile fatigue analysis.
Modifying SCF limits line, Max. SCF =1.5 and Min. SCF = 1.0.
Pile Fatigue input file defined shall looks like following:
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------FOUNDATION PILE FATIGUE INPUT
FTOPT 2
20.
1.0
2. SMAPP
FTOPT2
PTVC
SCFLM 1.5 1.0
SEAS
FTLOAD
1 .47
1.0
SPC
SCATD D 1.0
1.0
PM
SCWAV
0.30 1.0
2.0
SCPER 1.5
.15
.1
.1
SCPER 3.0
.1
.19
.11
SCPER 5.0
.05
.08
.05
SCPER 8.0
.02
.03
.02
FTLOAD
2 .20
1.0
SPC
SCATD D 1.0
1.0
PM
SCWAV
0.30 1.0
2.0
SCPER 1.5
.10
.13
.08
SCPER 3.0
.15
.13
.10
SCPER 5.0
.08
.08
.07
SCPER 8.0
.03
.02
.03
FTLOAD
3 .33
1.0
SPC
SCATD D 1.0
1.0
PM
SCWAV
0.30 1.0
2.0
SCPER 1.5
.13
.10
.08
SCPER 3.0
.13
.15
.10
SCPER 5.0
.06
.09
.08
SCPER 8.0
.03
.03
.02
END

MXMNSK

LPEFT
AWS

TI2

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Create fatigue run file and run the analysis. Browse for results.

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Portion of spectral fatigue analysis report for pile:


----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------* * * M E M B E R F A T I G U E R E P O R T * * *
(DAMAGE ORDER)

MEMBER GRUP TYPE


ID
ID

ORIGINAL
OD
WT
(CM)
(CM)

27

26-

27 PL1

TUB

91.50

2.500

1.50

1.50

1.50

1.50

.0130026

1538.155

27

27-

28 PL1

TUB

91.50

1.500

1.50

1.50

1.50

1.50

.2055976

97.27740

JOINT

JNT MEM
TYP TYP

CHORD
LEN.
(M )

GAP * STRESS CONC. FACTORS *


(CM) AX-CR AX-SD IN-PL OU-PL

FATIGUE RESULTS
DAMAGE LOC SVC LIFE

REQUIRED
OD
WT
(CM)
(CM)

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------427

426- 427 PL1

TUB

91.50

2.500

1.50

1.50

1.50

1.50

.0123253

1622.681

427

427- 428 PL1

TUB

91.50

1.500

1.50

1.50

1.50

1.50

.1905064

104.9833

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------227

226- 227 PL2

TUB

91.50

2.500

1.50

1.50

1.50

1.50

.0113741

TL

1758.382

227

227- 228 PL2

TUB

91.50

1.500

1.50

1.50

1.50

1.50

.1648951

TL

121.2892

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------627

626- 627 PL2

TUB

91.50

2.500

1.50

1.50

1.50

1.50

.0111565

BL

1792.682

627

627- 628 PL2

TUB

91.50

1.500

1.50

1.50

1.50

1.50

.1617696

BL

123.6326

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1-

2 PL1

TUB

91.50

2.500

1.50

1.50

1.50

1.50

.1201651

166.4376

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401- 402 PL1

TUB

91.50

2.500

1.50

1.50

1.50

1.50

.1131169

176.8082

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------601

601- 602 PL2

TUB

91.50

2.500

1.50

1.50

1.50

1.50

.1055439

TR

Spectral Fatigue - 14

189.4947