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AS 4997-2005 guidelines for the design of maritime structures

Standard Number:  AS 4997-2005
Title:  guidelines for the design of maritime structures
Language:  English
Replacing Standard:  DR 02536

Publication Date:  2005/9/28
Status:  Current
Publisher:  Australia Standards(AS)
Price:  
Number of Pages:57P.;A4  

Description:To provide designers, purchasers, authorities and manufacturers of structures in the marine environment with guidelines for the design of structures in a marine environment.  
Catalog:Document Contents
AS 4997-2005 GUIDELINES FOR THE DESIGN OF MARITIME STRUCTURES
PREFACE
CONTENTS
SECTION 1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
1.1 SCOPE
1.2 REFERENCED AND RELATED DOCUMENTS
1.2.1 Referenced documents
1.2.2 Related documents
1.3 NOTATION
1.3.1 Abbreviations
1.3.2 Symbols
1.4 DEFINITIONS
1.4.1 Action
1.4.2 Design life
1.4.3 Design wave (H1)
1.4.4 Load
1.4.5 Significant wave height (Hs)
1.4.6 Sponson
1.4.7 Swell waves
1.4.8 Vessel displacement
1.4.9 Vessel wash
1.4.10 Wind wave
SECTION 2 SITE INVESTIGATION AND PLANNING
2.1 GENERAL
2.2 SURVEY
2.2.1 Survey grid
2.2.2 Survey datum
2.2.3 Hydrographic survey
2.2.4 Terrestrial surveys
2.3 GEOTECHNICAL
2.4 ASSESSMENT OF LOADS
SECTION 3 DIMENSIONAL CRITERIA
3.1 STRUCTURE HEIGHTS
3.2 FENDER HEIGHTS
3.3 LAYOUT OF BERTH STRUCTURES
3.4 ACCESS AND SAFETY
3.4.1 Application
3.4.2 Access for operational, inspection, maintenance and servicing personnel
3.4.3 Access to public transport facilities
3.4.4 Safety fencing
3.4.5 Safety ladders
SECTION 4 DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
4.1 AIM
4.2 DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
4.2.1 General
4.2.2 Stability
4.2.3 Strength
4.2.4 Serviceability
4.2.5 Durability
4.2.6 Other relevant design requirements
4.3 FLOATING STRUCTURES
4.4 BREAKWATERS
4.5 EFFECTS OF SCOUR AND SILTATION
4.6 SEA LEVEL RISE (global warming)
SECTION 5 DESIGN ACTIONS
5.1 GENERAL
5.2 PERMANENT ACTIONS (DEAD LOADS)
5.3 IMPOSED ACTIONS (LIVE LOADS)
5.3.1 Wharf deck loads
5.3.2 Vessel berthing and other imposed loads
5.3.3 Mooring loads
5.4 WIND ACTIONS
5.4.1 Determination of wind actions
5.4.2 Wind actions on a vessel or structure
5.5 CURRENT ACTIONS
5.5.1 Design current
5.5.2 Calculation
5.6 DEBRIS ACTIONS
5.7 NEGATIVE LIFT DUE TO CURRENTS
5.8 HYDROSTATIC ACTIONS
5.8.1 Uplift stability
5.8.2 Tidal lag
5.8.3 Ground water
5.8.4 Wave backpressure
5.9 WAVE ACTIONS
5.9.1 General
5.9.2 Design wave heights
5.9.3 Design lateral wave loads
5.9.4 Wave uplift loads
5.10 CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE ACTIONS
5.11 LATERAL EARTH ACTIONS
5.12 COMBINATIONS OF ACTIONS
5.12.1 General
5.12.2 Stability
5.12.3 Strength
5.12.4 Combinations for berthing and stream loads, water pressure, ground water and earth...
5.12.5 Combinations of wind and wave loads
5.12.6 Serviceability
5.12.7 Cyclic actions
5.13 PROPELLER WASH
5.14 EARTHQUAKE ACTIONS
5.14.1 General
5.14.2 Maritime structures
SECTION 6 DURABILITY
6.1 GENERAL
6.2 DESIGN LIFE
6.2.1 General
6.2.2 Material considerations
6.2.3 Maintenance
6.3 CONCRETE
6.3.1 General
6.3.2 Structural design
6.3.3 Structural concrete
6.3.4 Requirements for reinforcement
6.3.5 Prestressing steel
6.3.6 Exposure classifications
6.3.7 Cover to reinforcement
6.4 STEEL
6.4.1 General
6.4.2 Stainless steel
6.4.3 Material requirements
6.4.4 Steel protection systems
6.4.5 Member sizes
6.4.6 Cathodic protection
6.5 TIMBER
6.5.1 General
6.5.2 Immersed timber
6.5.3 Timbers above water level
6.5.4 Decking
6.5.5 Finishes
APPENDIX A - CONTAINER WHARF DECK LOADINGS
A1 GENERAL
A2 CONTAINER STACKING
A3 CONTAINER TRANSPORT
A4 CRANE RAILS
APPENDIX B - BERTHING ENERGIES AND LOADS
B1 SCOPE
B2 GENERAL
B3 APPROACH VELOCITY
B4 FENDER REACTION LOADS
B5 LOADS ASSOCIATED WITH BERTHING IMPACTS
APPENDIX C - MOORING LOADS
  
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