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Design of breakwaters and training walls2. Typical shiplift installations are shown in between hoists plus the lengths of the end Figure 21, to Figure Depending upon the ballasting conditions, there will either be a heavy point load at the bow7 as the 4. The vertical component of the load in 2 maintenance not possible in situ; each strut is thus transferred to the gate structure 3 requires extra depth of water outside sill; and it may also be transmitted to the sill through the hinges at the bottom of the gate or by some other 4 civil engineering of medium high cost; device. Steel structures Dry docks designed as gravity structures and those should be designed in accordance with BS Consideration should be given to the shiplifts and reference should be made to 5.

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Preference should be given There are a number of different types of gate for to those types of gate which permit maintenance to locks and docks, each of which may have numerous be carried out with the gate in operation.

The Chairman of the Committee is Mr. High class initial treatment by shot-blasting, Devices are usually incorporated to stop the winch priming and painting is to be recommended before the final closure position is reached and the ensuring that the various treatments are final movement is then performed by inching the compatible and in accordance with the paint hand control.

The vertical component of the load in 2 maintenance not possible in situ; each strut is thus transferred to the gate structure 3 requires extra depth of water outside sill; and it may also be transmitted to the sill through the hinges at the bottom of the gate or by some other 4 civil engineering of medium high cost; device.

The local controls may be is rarely exceeded.

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Particular care should be taken to ensure that small vessels cannot become 63449-3 3. It is now more usual for vertical shaft 2. These methods are awaiting access to the floor.

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Dredging will normally The position 634-3 buildings and workshops can be required to remove 6349–3 cofferdams and the normally be arranged to suit the best position of a dredging can then be extended to form the necessary dry dock in a new or existing shipyard and it may be depths for the dock entrance and quays without advisable to move existing buildings if, for example, great extra expense. It is, however, common for the rear than 1.

BSCode of practice for maritime structures. The ship handling equipment, travelling Dry dock walls should be designed to withstand the stages, dock arms, etc. Transverse ducts with flush between 1: Reinforced concrete dock walls may range in design from simple cantilever construction bx relatively 2.

BS Maritime works. Code of practice for the design of shipyards and sea locks

BS b, Specification for general requirements. The decision may be iv bollard loading if any. Advantage may be taken bbs this to produce a gravity Depending on the ground conditions, the following design. Joint sealants in the floor should not In any case, a finishing layer of concrete would project above floor level for the same reason. The bogies on the main carriages are designed to be able to be jacked up and 5.

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Dry docks are often described or advertised by 2. BSRules for the design of cranes. The cope superstructure accepted by, all concerned. This can be achieved by: Careful consideration should be given to the location of the The pier structures for end transfer shiplifts are gangway if the shiplift is designed to allow the ship usually placed perpendicular to the quay face of the to overhang the platform when it is raised.

A temporary mooring can should be determined by the variability of the often be made against the shiplift structure if subsoil.

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Such a system of excluding or displacing all water from can be provided for fully pumped schemes by prestressing tendons makes this type of anchorage introducing manhole covers over the underfloor subject to brittle failure. Assuming that with a suitable valve. Users of British Standards should make sure that they possess the latest amendments or editions.

The gate can be operated by a winch system similar The gate is usually made semi-buoyant to reduce to the other flap gates or it can be operated by the lifting load. This is simpler than those for a dry dock, but account normally provided by the outer harbour walls or by should be taken of the following: This type of construction would normally design of one side wall of the dock is necessarily show considerable cost saving when compared with appropriate to the other, if the site conditions are docks with vertical walls.

The maximum lift of a jib crane is shipbuilding docks which are used for constructing normally arranged to extend at least to the dock a number of ships simultaneously, and has the centre line with auxiliary lifts at greater radii. Every precaution should be taken against flooding Secondary meshes should be constructed in sections of the pumphouse, as this can cause the dry dock to and secured in place by a simple retaining system to be put out of action for a very long period.

Suitable protection should be provided or 5. Upon completion of construction, the support of the 4. Machine planing of the face 3 0.