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Marine Dock Facilities William F. Goldston, P.E. President – Goldston Engineering, Inc. October 17 th, 2007 William F. Goldston, P.E. President – Goldston.

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1 Marine Dock Facilities William F. Goldston, P.E. President – Goldston Engineering, Inc. October 17 th, 2007 William F. Goldston, P.E. President – Goldston Engineering, Inc. October 17 th, 2007

2 Type of Facilities Type of TerminalsType of Terminals –Liquid Bulk (LNG and LPG) –Dry Bulk –Container –Break Bulk Type of DocksType of Docks –T-Head –Pier –Wharfs

3 Citgo Refining Dock 3 Liquid Bulk Terminals

4 Teppco Docks Liquid Bulk Terminals

5 Port of Corpus Christi – Bulk Materials Dock 1 Dry Bulk Terminals

6 Aimcor Dock Dry Bulk Terminals

7 Port of Houston Authority – Barbours Cut Terminal Container Terminals

8 Port of Corpus Christi Authority – Cargo Dock 8 Break Bulk Terminals

9 Port of Houston Authority – Turning Basin City Dock 23 Break Bulk Terminals

10 Design Criteria for Marine Structures SectionSubjectPage 1.0Elevation, Oceanography and Meterology1 1.1 Dredge Elevations1 1.2 Current1 1.3 Waves1 1.4 Winds1 1.5 Temperature2 1.6 Precipitation2 2.0Geotechnical2 2.1 Geotechnical Reports2

11 Design Criteria for Marine Structures SectionSubjectPage 3.0Structural3 3.1 Codes3 3.2 Materials3 3.3 Loads on Dock Platform4 3.4 Design Vessels4 3.5 Allowable Stresses6 3.6 Fenders6 3.7 Foundation Design6 3.8 Breasting Dolphins Design7 3.9 Breasting Dolphins Arrangement Mooring Design Criteria9

12 Codes and Specifications (Latest Edition and All Supplements) CodeSpecification 3.1.1ACI-318, Building Code Requirements for Reinforced 3.1.2ACI-301, Specifications for Structural Concrete for Buildings 3.1.3ACI-543, Recommendations for Design, Manufacture, and Installation of Concrete Piles 3.1.4AISC Specifications for Design, Fabrication, and Erection of Structural Steel for Buildings 3.1.5AASHTO, Standard Specification for Highway Bridges 3.1.6Uniform Building Code, UBC 3.1.7AWS D1.1, Structural Welding Code 3.1.8NAVFAC DM-25, Design Manual, Waterfront Operational Facilities 3.1.9British Ship Research Association, Report NS ________ Standard Engineering Specifications

13 Design Vessels - Ships The largest vessel to berth at the dock shall have the following physical properties: DWT (type of vessel) _____________ DWT _____________________ (type of vessel)

14 Environmental Criteria

15 Long Period Waves Port of LA/Long Beach

16 Long Period Waves Port of LA/Long Beach

17 Column Fenders Steel pile concrete dock

18 Timber & H-Pile Fender

19 Geotechnical Criteria

20 Slope Stability

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23 Shoreline Stabilization

24 Port Freeport Berth 5 and Berth 7 Comparison Berth 5 Cross Section Berth 7 Cross Section

25 Mooring & Berthing

26 Mooring and Berthing Arrangement

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29 Ship and Barge Loading Conditions

30 Dow A-22 Chemical Dock

31 Construction Material TimberTimber ConcreteConcrete SteelSteel CoatingsCoatings Cathodic ProtectionCathodic Protection Constructability

32 Timber Structures

33 Concrete Structures

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35 Concrete Deterioration

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37 Steel Structures

38 Steel Mini-Jacket Structures

39 Steel Corrosion

40 HDPE Pipe Coatings

41 Steel Pile Corrosion

42 Coal Tar Epoxy Coatings

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44 Coal Tar – Severe Corrosion

45 Severe Corrosion SSP

46 SSP Bulkhead

47 Maintenance Pays!

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