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BARGE LOADING INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT MEULABOH, ACEH PROVINCE BASIS OF DESIGN REPORT MEDIA DJAYA BERSAMA

BARGE LOADING INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT

MEULABOH, ACEH PROVINCE

INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT MEULABOH, ACEH PROVINCE BASIS OF DESIGN REPORT MEDIA DJAYA BERSAMA April 2012 DRAFT

BASIS OF DESIGN REPORT

MEDIA DJAYA BERSAMA

April 2012

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INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT MEULABOH, ACEH PROVINCE BASIS OF DESIGN REPORT MEDIA DJAYA BERSAMA April 2012 DRAFT

BARGE LOADING INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT

MEULABOH, ACEH PROVINCE

BASIS OF DESIGN REPORT

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CONTENTS

PAGE

1

PURPOSE AND SCOPE

3

1.1

Scope of Facilities

3

2

REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

4

2.1

Project Specifications

4

2.2

Reference Drawings

4

2.3

Project Information

4

3

CODE AND STANDARDS

5

3.1

Design Code of Practice and Standards

5

3.2

Design References and Guidelines

6

4

DESCRIPTION OF FACILITIES

7

4.1

Coal Handling Facilities

7

4.2

Trestle (Approach Bridge)

7

4.3

Jetty Platform

7

4.4

Berthing Dolphin

8

4.5

Mooring Dolphin

8

4.6

Access walkways/catwalks

8

4.7

Cathodic Protection System

9

4.8

Jetty services

9

5

DESIGN LIFE

10

6

DATUM, UNITS, SET-OUT

11

6.1

Datum

11

6.2

Units

11

6.3

Set-out and battery limits

11

7

FACILITY LAYOUT AND ELEVATIONS

12

7.1

Berth orientation and layout

12

7.2

Tidal plan and storm surge

12

7.3

Jetty platform geometry

12

7.4

Berthing and mooring geometry

13

8

DESIGN LOADS

14

8.1

Dead loads

14

8.2

Live Loads

15

8.3

Environmental Loads

16

8.4

Mooring and Berthing Loads

17

8.5

Seismic loads

19

8.6

Transportation and construction loads

19

9

DESIGN METHODOLOGY

20

9.1

Design philosophy

20

9.2

Design and Analysis Software

20

9.3

Limit State Load Factors

20

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9.4

Load Combinations

20

9.5

Strength Design

21

9.6

Serviceability Design

22

9.7

Steel Design

22

9.8

Concrete Design

23

9.9

Geotechnical and Pile Design

23

9.10

Corrosion Protection Systems

23

10

MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN CRITERIA

25

10.1

Scour Allowance

25

10.2

Fire Protection for Steel Structures

25

11

COLOPHON

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PURPOSE AND SCOPE

The design scope includes engineering design of all structures associated with the Barge Loading Facilities. Design deliverables will be drawings and technical specifications. The purpose of this report is to document the criteria that form the basis of the design of the proposed Barge loading facilities. Documented within this report are:

Description of geometry of facilities;

The engineering standards to be adopted in design;

The environmental conditions to be adopted in design;

The loads to be adopted in design;

Design methodology to be implemented;

Performance requirements to be met by the design.

This document serves to ensure that all parties involved in the design of the facility maintain a clear and common understanding of the design criteria for the facility and to ensure that the outcomes from the design conform to Client’s requirements. The detailed design shall comply with the design criteria documented herein as a minimum. Where, in the process of detailed design, it is determined that revised design criteria shall be applied consistent with the design intent of the facility, the design parameters shall be revised in consultation with the client, and this document shall be updated accordingly. This document shall be maintained with the latest information available for the design of the facility. The status of each of the criteria is identified in this document, and as the design criteria are revised and/or confirmed, this document shall be updated and re-issued.

1.1

Scope of Facilities

Scope of facilities described in this chapter is only for the Barge Loading Infrastructures at the port side, not include facilities to be developed for Over Land Conveyor Stage-1 and Coal Processing Plant.

BARGE LOADING INFRASTRUCTURE

Source

Status

Berthing and mooring facilities, including fenders and bollards.

   

Jetty platform

   

Trestle (connecting bridge

   

Stockpile handling system

   

Barge loading conveyor and barge loader

   

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REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

2.1

Project Specifications

The project specifications shall be as defined by this Basis of Design (BoD) report and confirmed by CLIENT. The latest version of the applicable codes and standards shall apply.

2.2

Reference Drawings

A list of reference drawings supplied by CLIENT is included in The drawings are for reference only.

Appendix A
Appendix A

of this report.

2.3

Project Information

The following project information has been supplied by CLIENT.

No

Description

Author

Date

1

Bathymetric and Topographic Survey/Data

Cita Prisma

April 2012

 

Drawing …

     

2

Feasibility Study Meulaboh Port

DHV

July 2011

3

Concept Design

Trans Tek Engineering

April 2012

4

Project Review Barge Loading Infrastructure development

DHV

April 2012

5

Geotechnical/Soil Investigation

   
 

Coal haul road geotechnical investigation

Rayhan

April 2012

 

Offshore geotechnical investigation

Trans-Tek Engineering

April – Mei 2012

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CODE AND STANDARDS

3.1

Design Code of Practice and Standards

The design shall be conducted in accordance with the requirements included in the following;

DESIGN CODES Source Status AS/NZ 1170: Pt 1 Loading Code - Loads and Load Combinations
DESIGN CODES
Source
Status
AS/NZ 1170: Pt 1
Loading Code - Loads and Load Combinations
To
be
clarified
AS/NZ 1170: Pt 2
Loading Code - Wind Loads
To
be
with HB212
Design wind speeds for the Asia-Pacific Region
clarified
AS 3600
Concrete Structures
To
be
clarified
AS 3972
Portland & Blended Cement
To
be
clarified
AS 3990
Mechanical Equipment - Steelwork
To
be
clarified
AS 4100
Steel Structures
To
be
clarified
AS/NZ 1554
Structural Steel Welding
To
be
clarified
AS 2313
Guide to the Protection of Iron and Steel against
To
be
Exterior Atmospheric Corrosion
clarified
AS 2832: Pt 3
Guide to the Cathodic Protection of Metals - Fixed
To
be
Immersed Structures
clarified
AS 2159
Piling Code
To
be
clarified
AS 1657
Code for Fixed Platforms, Walkways, Stairways
To
be
and Ladders
clarified
BS 6349 : Pt1
Code
of
Practice
for
Maritime
Structures
Confirmed
General Criteria.
BS 6349 : Pt2
Code of Practice for Maritime Structures
Design of Quay Walls, Jetties and Dolphins.
Confirmed
BS 6349 : Pt4
Code of Practice for Maritime Structures
Design of Fendering and Mooring Systems.
Confirmed
SNI 03-1726
Design
of
Earthquake
Resistance
for
Building
To
be
Structures (Indonesian Earthquake Standard)
updated
CEMA
Conveyor equipment manufacturer’s association
Confirmed
ANSI
American National Standards Institute
Confirmed
ASME
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Confirmed
AGMA
American Gear Manufacturer Association
Confirmed
ASTM
American Standard for Testing and Material
Confirmed
AS 1100.201
Technical
drawing,
Mechanical
engineering
To
be
drawing
clarified
AS 1332
Conveyor belting with textile reinforcement
To
be
clarified
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DESIGN CODES Source Status As 1333 Conveyor belting of elastomeric and steel chord To be
DESIGN CODES
Source
Status
As 1333
Conveyor belting of elastomeric and steel chord
To
be
construction
clarified
As 1334
Methods of testing conveyor and elevator belting
To
be
clarified
AS 1394
Round steel wire rope – galvanized coating
To
be
clarified
AS1403
Design of rotating steel shafts
To
be
clarified
AS1418
Cranes, hoist, and winches
To
be
clarified
AS 1683
Methods of test for rubber
To
be
clarified
AS 1755
Conveyors – safety requirement
To
be
clarified
AS 2625
Mechanical
vibration
evaluation
of
machine
To
be
vibration
clarified
AS 2784
Endless wedge belt and V – belt drives
To
be
clarified
AS 35 69
Steel wire ropes
To
be
clarified
AS 3990
Mechanical equipment – steelwork
To
be
clarified
AS 4324.1
Mobile equipment for continuous handling of bulk
To
be
material
clarified
ISO 3684
Conveyor belts – determination of minimum pulley
To
be
diameters
clarified
ISO 5048
Continuous mechanical handling equipment – belt
To
be
conveyors
clarified
3.2
Design References and Guidelines
REFERENCES
DESCRIPTIONS
Source
Status
OCIMF
Mooring Equipment Guidelines 3 rd Edition
Confirmed
PIANC
Report of the International Commission for
Improving the Design of Fender Systems
(Supplement to Bulletin No.45 1984), 2002
Confirmed
Thorsten, C.A
Port
Designer’s
Handbook: recommendation
and
Confirmed
guidelines
EAU 2004
Recommendations of the Committee for Waterfront
Structures, Harbours, and Waterways
Confirmed
API RP2A WSD
Recommendations of the Committee for Waterfront
Structures, Harbours, and Waterways
Confirmed
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DESCRIPTION OF FACILITIES

The scope of the barge loading infrastructures includes the coal handling facilities on the port stockyards, trestle, jetty, and barge loader.

4.1

Coal Handling Facilities

Description

Source

Status

Coal handling facilities consist of:

   

- Stacking conveyor, 1600 mm, 4000 Tph

MDB/TTE

Confirmed

- Reclaim conveyor, 1200 mm, 1500 Tph

MDB/TTE

Confirmed

- Two Chain feeder, @ 1000 Tph

MDB/TTE

Confirmed

- Metal Detector

MDB/TTE

Confirmed

- Cross Belt Sampler

MDB/TTE

Confirmed

- Tripper

MDB/TTE

Confirmed

- Barge Loader conveyor, 1600 mm, 4500 Tph

MDB/TTE

Confirmed

4.2

Trestle (Approach Bridge)

Description

Source

Status

- Trestle shall be built from the shore to the jetty, protruding through the surf zone

DHV

Confirmed

- The width of the trestle shall be such to allow access for maintenance and light vehicle access

MDB/DHV

Confirmed

- Trestle shall be equipped with hand rails and sufficient lighting for night operations

MDB/DHV

Confirmed

4.3

Jetty Platform

Description

Source

Status

Jetty Platform shall include:

   

- One (1) unit Barge loader capacity 4500 tph;

MDB/DHV

Confirmed

- Jetty platform shall be design in such a way to serve coal barges max. 10,000 DWT at both sides;

- Jetty shall be equipped with handrails and operational lighting

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4.4 Berthing Dolphin

 

Description

Source

Status

Four (4) units of breasting dolphins are required at both sides of the jetty platform and connected to the loading platform/jetty and mooring dolphins via catwalks/access ladder.

BS6349.4

Confirmed

/OCIMF

DHV

Pneumatic fender system (4 units at both sides of the jetty) shall be installed at each breasting dolphin.

DHV/MARIN

Confirmed

- Diameter = 2500 mm

- Length = 5500 mm

- Rated reaction force = 2560 kNm

Mooring equipment (bollard) shall have minimum 150 ton capacity each. (1 mooring point is equipped by 2 units bollard)

DHV/MARIN

Confirmed

Berthing dolphins shall be equipped with handrails, rope guards and access ladders extending from the dolphin deck to LAT.

   

Operational lighting is required for each dolphin.

   

4.5 Mooring Dolphin

 
 

Description

Source

Status

Total six (6) mooring dolphins are required to serve all mooring lines and barge mooring at both sides of the jetty. Two (2) outer mooring dolphins shall be designed to serve barge mooring at both sides of the jetty. The remaining four (4) units mooring dolphins, 2 units north side of the trestle and 2 units south side of the trestle is designed to serve barge mooring at one jetty side. Mooring equipment shall be installed at each mooring point, i.e. 1 mooring point equipped by two (2) units bollards (or quick release hooks) with minimum capacity 150 tons/1 mooring line.

DHV/MARIN

Confirmed

Mooring dolphins shall be connected to jetty or trestle using catwalks.

   

Mooring dolphins shall be equipped with handrails, rope guards and access ladders extending from the dolphin deck to LAT

   

Operational lighting is required for each dolphin.

   

4.6 Access walkways/catwalks

Description

Source

Status

Access between the jetty platform/trestle and the mooring and berthing dolphins shall be by steel framed walkways spanning between the dolphins and the jetty/trestle.

DHV

Confirmed

Walkways shall be nominally 1000mm wide. Stairs shall be provided as required.

DHV

Confirmed

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4.7 Cathodic Protection System

Description

Source

Status

Cathodic protection system to prevent corrosion to the structural elements shall be designed for the steel structures.

MDB/DHV

 

Confirmed

 

Extra wall thickness method (especially for the pile foundation) is preferable considering the standard corrosion rates and design life of the structure

DHV

Confirmed

4.8 Jetty services

The utilities and supporting facilities are defined as follows but are not included in this scope of work.

 

Item

Size/Type

Location

Source

Status

LIQUIDS, WATER & WASTEWATER

 

Raw

water

for

Not to be provided

   

To

be

wash-down etc.

clarified

 

Potable water & Filters

Not to be provided

   

To

be

clarified

 

Fire

fighting

2 Nos.

Jetty Platform

 

To

be

hydrants

 

clarified

 

Sump locations & sizes for jetty drainage

     

To

be

clarified

 
 

Potable Water

 

Not to be provided

   

To

be

 

clarified

 

Bunkering

 

Not to be provided

   

To

be

 

clarified

 

Power

 

Not to be provided

   

To

be

 

clarified

 

Kerbs

 

250mm wide x 200mm high concrete

   

To

be

 

clarified

 

Bunding

 

As for kerbs

   

To

be

 

clarified

 

Lighting

 

Operational Lighting

   

To

be

 

clarified

 
 

Navigation Lighting

   

To

be

clarified

 

Evacuation Siren

     

To

be

clarified

 

Guard house

       

To

be

 

clarified

 

Life Buoys

       

To

be

 

clarified

 

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5 DESIGN LIFE

Description Source Status The design life of structures shall be 30 years with the intention
Description
Source
Status
The design life of structures shall be
30 years
with the intention that
MDB
To
be
minimal maintenance will be required to major structural items within the
clarified
design life. Where a
30 year
design life in not practical such as for fenders,
wire ropes, ladders and timber elements, the design shall be such as to
allow ready replacement.
The minimum design life for protective coatings shall be as follows:
To
be
Time to first maintenance - 10 years
clarified
Time for subsequent maintenance - 5 years
Time for periodic inspection - 5 years
The minimum design life for Cathodic Protection System shall be 30 years.
To
be
clarified

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DATUM, UNITS, SET-OUT

 

6.1

Datum

SURVEY CONTROL

 

Descriptions

Source

Status

Vertical Datum

Chart Datum (LAT)

MDB/CITA

Confirmed

PRISMA

Horizontal Datum

Project Grid

 

MDB/CITA

To be

 
 

PRISMA

clarified

 

Co-ordinate System

WGS 1984 UTM Zone 47 Northern

MDB/CITA

Confirmed

PRISMA

6.2

Units

Project units are SI units. Pipe and Pile OD’s may be specified in Imperial units, with metric equivalents shown in brackets.

6.3

Set-out and battery limits

 

For the purposes of design co-ordination, horizontal set-out is to be undertaken relative to the existing

construction benchmark(s). Battery Limits for the barge loading infrastructure works are defined on

drawings in

Appendix A
Appendix A

of this report.

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FACILITY LAYOUT AND ELEVATIONS

 

7.1

Berth orientation and layout

 

The general arrangement indicates a berth orientation of relatively perpendicular to the shoreline. The facility is expected to be predominantly starboard side berthing (at both sides) to enable rapid departure if a storm or extreme conditions blows up. General layout of barge loading infrastructure is presented in

Appendix A.
Appendix A.
 

Mooring layout on the basis of project review by DHV/MARIN is presented in figure below.

 
review by DHV/MARIN is presented in figure below.   Schematic layout and configuration   7.2 Tidal

Schematic layout and configuration

 

7.2

Tidal plan and storm surge

 

TIDAL PLANES

   

Project Datum

 

Source

 

Status

 

Highest Astronomical Tide

 

HAT

 

+0.41

 

CITA

 

Confirmed

 

Mean Highest High Water Spring

 

MHHWS

 

+0.29

PRISMA

 
 

Mean Highest High Water Neap

 

MHHWN

 

+0.05

 
 

Mean Sea Level

 

MSL

 

0.00

 

Mean Lowest Low Water Neap

 

MLLWN

 

-0.05

 

Mean Lowest Low Water Spring

 

MLLWS

 

-0.29

 

Lowest Astronomical Tide

 

LAT

 

-0.41

7.3

Jetty platform geometry

 
 

Descriptions

   

Source

 

Status

 

Deck bottom level

 

+5.0m CD

 

DHV

 

Confirmed

 

Deck top level

 

In accordance to upper structure design

 

BAMA

 

Confirmed

 

Nominal Plan dimensions

 

30m x 15m

   

DHV

 

To be verified

 

Deck Falls

   

Nominal 1 in 100

   

DHV

   

Confirmed

 

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7.4 Berthing and mooring geometry

 

Descriptions

 

Source

Status

Deck bottom level

+5.0m CD

DHV

Confirmed

Deck top level

In accordance to upper structure design

BAMA

Confirmed

Dolphin Platform dimensions

Mooring Dolphins and Berthing dolphins shall be sized so as to accommodate and allow safe operation of the topside

DHV

 

Confirmed

     

equipment.

 

Walkways

 

The top-of-grating level for each walkway between the dolphins

DHV

 

Confirmed

     

shall be approximately RL+5.0m

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DESIGN LOADS

The facility shall be designed to resist the following design loads;

 

Dead Loads

Dead-weight of structures

 

Superimposed dead loads

Buoyancy loads

Applied Loads

Live loads

Piping loads

Equipment loads

Environmental Loads

Wind loads

Wave loads

Current loads

Mooring and Berthing Loads

 

Thermal loads

Seismic loads

Transportation loads and construction loads

 

8.1

Dead loads

8.1.1

Dead – weight of structures

 

Dead-weight of structures shall include the weight of all structural components, considering the following specific weights:

Material Type

Density (t/m3)

Source

Status

Structural Steel

7.85

DHV / AS1170.1

Confirmed

In-situ cast concrete

2.5

   

Pre-cast concrete

2.6

   

8.1.2

Superimposed dead loads

 

Superimposed dead loads from services, furniture and mechanical equipment, shall be considered. Specific large equipment loads to be applied but general equipment loads shall be included in the uniformly distributed load allowance.

8.1.3

Buoyancy Loads

Where buoyancy forces result in lower stress levels in the structures a reduction factor of 0.90 shall be applied to the buoyancy forces.

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8.2 Live Loads 8.2.1 Distributed and Point Loads UNIFORM DISTRIBUTED LOADS Source Status Jetty Platform
8.2
Live Loads
8.2.1
Distributed and Point Loads
UNIFORM DISTRIBUTED LOADS
Source
Status
Jetty Platform
Jetty Platform access way (trestle)
Dolphin decks
Walkways
10 kPa
DHV
/
Confirmed
5
kPa
AS1170.1
5
kPa
2.5 kPa
8.2.2
Traffic loads
VEHICLE
Source
Status
Light vehicle
MDB
To
be
clarified
8.2.3
Piping loads
PIPING LOADS
Source
Status
Dead Loads
Pipe dead loads shall include the weight of the
pipes, fittings and values, including
attachments, supports, insulation and
Supplier
TBA
contents.
Pipe Loads
Loads shall include horizontal friction and
anchor forces, and the effects due to vibration
and hydraulic hammer, the effects of surge
under emergency shutdown and expansion
Supplier
TBC
and contraction due to temperature variation.
DHV
Confirmed
The pipe layout along the trestle is to be
consistent with the anchor and expansion joint
Supplier
TBC
layout of the existing trestle.
Loads defined by Supplier for design have
been included in Appendix B.
8.2.4
Equipment loads

Equipment loads (including the barge loader) shall include the weight of the equipment, the weight of product in the equipment. Equipment loads shall include the effects due to environmental conditions, vibration, hydraulic hammer, expansion and contraction due to temperature variation.

Loading Platform Equipment

Source

Status

Barge Loader

 

Supplier

TBA

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Conveyor line Supplier TBA Miscellaneous Equipment Supplier TBA 8.3 Environmental Loads 8.3.1 Wind loads Wind
Conveyor line
Supplier
TBA
Miscellaneous Equipment
Supplier
TBA
8.3
Environmental Loads
8.3.1
Wind loads
Wind pressures shall be calculated in accordance with Australian standard design methods.
DESIGN CRITERIA
Source
Status
Wind Region
I
HB212
Confirmed
Terrain Category
2
AS1170.2
Confirmed
Wind - Ultimate
Vu = 40m/s
HB212
Confirmed
Wind - Permissible
Vp = 32m/s
DHV
Confirmed
Wind Serviceability
Vs = 29m/s
HB212
Confirmed
Structure
Importance
1.0
AS1170.2
Confirmed
Multiplier
Wind Direction Factor
0.95
AS1170.2
Confirmed
Operational Wind
Limiting gust speed for operation –
DHV
TBC
20m/sec.
DHV
TBC
Wind loads on vessels shall be
assessed on the basis
of
the
average 30 second gust speed.
8.3.2
Wave loads
WAVE LOADS
Source
Status
Maximum Design Waves
Direction
Hsig
Hmax
Tpeak
228
– 235 degrees
2.9
3.3
18.6
DHV
Confirmed
Waves are to be applied in conjunction with currents.
Operational Design Waves
Direction
Hsig
Hmax
Tpeak
160
– 170 degrees
1.0
1.5
16
DHV
Confirmed
Wave Breaking
No wave breaking is expected at the berth.
DHV
Confirmed
8.3.3
Current loads
 

CURRENT

Source

Status

Structural Design

Maximum current to be applied in combination with waves.

DHV

Confirmed

Design Current Velocities [m/sec]

     

Direction (from)

       

SE to NW

0.05 – 0.1 m/s

High tide

   

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CURRENT

Source

Status

NW to SE

0.05 – 0.1 m/s

Low tide

   

Where current direction occurs in the same direction as wave incidence, current velocity (or its component in the direction of the wave) and wave velocities will be superimposed. Current is assumed to be constant throughout the water column

8.4

Mooring and Berthing Loads

 

8.4.1

Design Barges

 

Characteristic dimensions for the design barges are as follows:

 
   

DWT

LOA

LBP

Beam

 

Full Load

Full Load

Ballast

Ballast

   
 

(m)

(m)

 

Draft

F’board

Draft

F’board

 

(t)

(m)

(m)

(m)

(m)

(m)

 

Max Barge

 

10,000

103

103

26

 

5.5

2.5

Tba

 

Tba

Min Barge

 

8,000

92

92

25

 

5.2

Tba

Tba

 

Tba

8.4.2

Berthing Loads

 

Berthing Energy shall be determined in accordance with BS6349.4.

 

BERTHING

   

Source

   

Status

Berthing

Design

Normal Berthing Velocities derived from BS 6349 Pt 4 for a berth category of “navigation conditions difficult, exposed conditions” with the minimum values as follows:

BS 6349

Pt

4,

Confirmed

Parameters

PIANC

 

10,000 DWT vessel Cmass = Ceccentricity =

   

0.45

m/s

1 + 2D/B

 

0.50

(approx.

¼

 

point)

 

Csoftness =

 

1.00

Cberth =

 

1.00

(Deck on piles)

Abnormal berthing energies shall be taken as 1.5 times the “normal berthing energy” derived above.

Fenders

shall

be

10,000 DWT Barges Operating Limits max. H=1.5m, Tp=16s The 10% manufacturer’s tolerance shall be included in the assessment of energy capacity & reactions.

DHV/MARIN

 

Confirmed

designed

to

 

accommodate:

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BERTHING

 

Source

Status

Fender Geometry:

Pneumatic fenders or similar at each berthing dolphin/jetty platform

DHV/MARIN

Confirmed

- Diameter = 2500 mm

- Length = 5500 mm

- Rated Reaction Force = 2560 kN

8.4.3 Mooring Loads

Mooring forces shall be estimated considering the position of the barge in the berth, the wind, wave and current forces acting on the barge, the length and elasticity of the mooring lines, and the load-deflection relationship of the fenders.

MOORING Source Status Mooring equipments shall be provided as follows: 2 bollards 150t shall be
MOORING
Source
Status
Mooring equipments shall be provided as follows:
2 bollards 150t shall be provided on each of the berthing
dolphins/mooring points at jetty platform.
2 bollards 150t shall be provided on each of the mooring dolphins.
DHV/MARIN
Confirmed
DHV/MARIN
Confirmed
Berthing and Mooring Dolphins shall be designed to resist the full
working capacity of the bollard being utilized. Note that one bollard is
DHV
Confirmed
provided at each dolphin.
Directional envelopes of line loads shall be estimated from the mooring
analysis and berth layout.
For berthing dolphins a reduced fender reaction, including friction
forces, shall be applied in combination with the maximum mooring
loads.
The fender reaction shall be estimated from the mooring
analysis.
Maximum out-of-position of moored vessel 5% of LOA.

8.4.4 Summary of line and fender loads (MARIN, Dynamic Mooring Analysis)

Summary of line and fender loads for the optimized mooring layout from DHV/MARIN Dynamic Mooring Analysis is presented in table below.

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Item

Unit

Tp = 18s Dir = 167 0

Tp = 17s Dir = 167 0

Tp = 16s Dir = 166 0

Tp = 16s Dir = 166 0

Wind m/s Dir = 90 0

15

max

min

max

min

max

min

max

min

Motions

Surge

m

5.3

-4.4

5.0

-3.4

4.2

-3.2

4.0

-3.2

Sway

m

0.9

-3.4

0.9

-2.9

0.8

-2.8

0.9

-2.9

Heave

m

0.5

-0.6

0.5

-0.5

0.4

-0.5

0.4

-0.5

Roll

°

0.5

-0.7

0.5

-0.6

0.5

-0.6

0.5

-0.6

Pitch

°

2.7

-2.0

2.7

-2.1

2.7

-2.1

2.6

-2.0

Yaw

°

2.1

-2.1

2.1

-2.4

2.5

-2.5

2.9

-2.5

Line forces

Stern breast

kN

647

0

603

0

516

0

503

0

Stern rope

kN

842

0

796

0

625

0

595

0

Stern spring

kN

692

0

497

0

462

0

462

0

Head spring

kN

876

0

830

0

647

0

619

0

Head rope

kN

660

0

476

0

441

0

459

0

Head breast

kN

622

0

600

0

579

0

584

0

Fender forces

Fender 1

kN

2184

0

1560

0

1496

0

2054

0

Fender 2

kN

1096

0

935

0

810

0

850

0

Fender 3

kN

944

0

791

0

774

0

801

0

Fender 4

kN

1558

0

1940

0

1840

0

2053

0

8.5 Seismic loads

The marine facilities shall be designed for seismic forces determined in accordance with the Indonesian

seismic forces determined in accordance with the Indonesian seismic code SNI 03-1726 (TO BE UPDATED WITH

seismic code SNI 03-1726 (TO BE UPDATED WITH THE LATEST SEISMIC CODE).

SEISMIC Source Status Design Criteria Zone 1 DHV / SNI03- Confirmed Importance Factor = 1.4
SEISMIC
Source
Status
Design Criteria
Zone 1
DHV
/
SNI03-
Confirmed
Importance Factor = 1.4
1726
Soil Type = Hard soil
Reduction Factor = 3.0
C = 0.1
Minimum base shear = 0.05g (SLS)

8.6 Transportation and construction loads

All significant loads due to transporting, sea fastening, handling, storing and stacking, lifting and rigging shall be considered for the design of each element of the structure. The structure shall accommodate construction and erection loads including; support of falsework and formwork, crane loads and jacking and propping loads.

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9 DESIGN METHODOLOGY 9.1 Design philosophy The design philosophy shall incorporate Strength, Serviceability and
9
DESIGN METHODOLOGY
9.1
Design philosophy
The design philosophy shall incorporate Strength, Serviceability and Stability limit states in accordance
with
Australian Standards.
9.2
Design and Analysis Software
Design and analysis shall be carried out using the
software included in Appendix C.
9.3
Limit State Load Factors
The load factors adopted for the design shall be consistent with
AS1170:
Load Factor γγγγ fL
Load
Limit State
Load Factor
Dead: Steel, concrete, water, pipe
ULS
1.2
0.9 if beneficial effect
dead loads etc.
SLS
1.0
Live Loads
ULS
1.5
SLS
1.0
Environmental Loads (Note 1)
ULS
1.0
ULS wind and wave
SLS
1.0
SLS wind and wave
Berthing and Mooring
ULS
1.5
SLS
1.0
Pipe Surge Loads
ULS
1.5
SLS
1.0
Seismic Loads (Note 2)
ULS
1.4
SLS
1.0
Note 1: To include imposed load effects due to wind (eg)
Note 2: Load factor adjusted to be consistent with Indonesian earthquake acceleration (working load)
Transportation loads and construction loads apply temporary load factors to relevant load components.
9.4
Load Combinations

Load combinations shall be designed to ensure application of the worst load combination for sizing of, and determination of maximum stress levels in the individual members of the structure. Where applied wind, wave, or current loads cause lower stress levels than without their exposure, their effects shall be eliminated from the relevant load combination.

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LOAD COMBINATIONS

 

Source

 

Status

The load combinations that will be considered in the design are as follows:

 

DHV

/

Confirmed

A)

Barge in berth or berthing under operating conditions including wind, wave

AS1170.

 

and current exposure. (ULS,SLS)

 

0

 

B)

Barge in berth under operating conditions including 50% of the effects of

 

distributed live load, operational wind, wave and current exposure in

combination with seismic loads. (ULS)

 

C)

No Barge in berth under ultimate limit state environmental conditions.

 

(ULS)

Load Case

Jetty Platform

Berthing

 

Mooring

 

Dolphin

Dolphin

 

A

B

C

A

B

 

A B

C C

   

Dead Load

 

√ √

√ √

   

Buoyancy

 

√ √

√ √

   

Live Load

 

 

√ √

   

Piping Load

           

Piping Surge Load

               

Equipment Load

 

√ √

√ √

   

Wind Load Operating

 

 

√ √

   

Wind Load ULS

   

     

√ √

   

Wave Load Operating

 

 

√ √

   

Wave Load 100-year

   

     

√ √

   

Current load

 

√ √

√ √

   

Berthing Load

   

         

Mooring Load

 

 

√ √

   

Seismic Load

 

   

   

 

9.5

Strength Design

9.5.1

Ultimate Limit State Design

The Ultimate Limit State Strength Method requires that Design Resistance (R*) is greater than the design load effects (S*).

Design Resistance (R*) is a function of member strength and the capacity factor for materials (φ)

R* = function (f x φ)

where: f = characteristic strength of material

Design load Effects (S*) are a function of design loads and include load factors

S* = function (γ fL .Q)

where: Q = nominal (unfactored) loads

Capacity factors for materials (φ) shall be as per

AS3600 (concrete), AS4100 (steel) or AS2159

(geotechnical).

 

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9.6 Serviceability Design Deflection under serviceability loads and load factors (Refer Table 9.3 above for
9.6
Serviceability Design
Deflection under serviceability loads and load factors (Refer Table 9.3 above for Limit State factors) shall
not exceed the prescribed deflection limits.
9.6.1
Deflection Limits
DEFLECTION LIMITS
Source
Status
Vertical Deflection
Two or more supports
Cantilevers
Walkways/accessway
Span/300
Span/150
AS1170.0
Confirmed
Pipeway
50mm
sag
Supplier
Confirmed
Horizontal Deflection
Two or more supports
Cantilevers
Column Superstructure
Height/500
AS1170.0
Confirmed
Platform
200mm maximum
DHV
Confirmed
100mm relative to coal wharf
DHV
Confirmed
/Supplier
Dolphins
200mm maximum
DHV
Confirmed
Trestle
100mm
relative
deflection
between
pipe
DHV
Confirmed
longitudinal supports
/Supplier
100mm relative deflection between pipe lateral
supports
Product Loading Arms
To be sourced by Supplier
Supplier
TBC
9.6.2
Serviceability Limits for Concrete
Source
Status
Cracks
Crack control shall be achieved by limiting
steel stresses to the recommendations of
DHV
Confirmed
AS3600.
9.7
Steel Design
Steel design shall be in accordance with
AS4100.
Corrosion allowance shall be included as detailed in Section 9.10 of this report.
STRUCTURAL STEEL
Source
Status
Piling
ASTM A252 Grade 2 (241 MPa)
CLIENT
Confirmed
Rolled and Welded Sections
Grade BJ37 (minimum)
CLIENT
Confirmed
Plate
Grade BJ37 (minimum)
CLIENT
Confirmed
Welding
Grade E41XX electrodes
DHV
Confirmed
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9.8 Concrete Design

Concrete design shall be in accordance with AS3600. REINFORCED CONCRETE - Source Status Concrete Grade
Concrete design shall be in accordance with
AS3600.
REINFORCED CONCRETE -
Source
Status
Concrete Grade
Loading Platform deck and kerbs
50
MPa
DHV
Confirmed
Dolphin decks
50
MPa
Bored Pile Anchors
40
MPa
Note: Concrete strength is based on cylinder testing.
Nominal
Cover
to
50mm top
DHV
Confirmed
Reinforcement
70mm soffit
Deformed Reinforcing Bars
Grade 400 u.n.o.
CLIENT
Confirmed
Cast in fittings
Grade 316L Stainless Steel.
DHV
Confirmed
Minimum dimensions
Minimum slab thickness for platform decks
DHV
Confirmed
shall be 250mm.
Headstocks/pile caps shall have a minimum
distance between edge of pile and edge of
concrete of 250mm.
Piles shall extend 50mm into the concrete
pile cap.
Concrete Finishes
All non-formed concrete surfaces shall be
DHV
Confirmed
finished as follows:
Broom finish for surfaces of roads and slabs
with pedestrian and vehicular access;
Steel float finish for kerbs, tops of walls, and
members exposed to weathering and
seawater splashing;
Broom finish for areas intended to receive
equipment grouting.
9.9 Geotechnical and Pile Design
Geotechnical pile design will be in general compliance with
API RP 2A-WSD
and applicable
Australian
Standards. It is anticipated that piles will be founded on rock strata and that pile settlement effects will not
be significant.
Factors of safety equivalent to the following working stress factors of safety will be
achieved.

Ultimate Design

Source

Status

Minimum ultimate pile capacity

Determined in accordance with

AS2159.

DHV

 

Confirmed

     

9.10 Corrosion Protection Systems

The following corrosion protection systems shall be applied:

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CORROSION PROTECTION SYSTEMS Source Status Corrosion Protection below Cathodic Protection System DHV Confirmed
CORROSION PROTECTION SYSTEMS
Source
Status
Corrosion Protection below
Cathodic Protection System
DHV
Confirmed
–1.00 metres CD
Corrosion Allowance below
2mm
DHV
Confirmed
–1.00 metres CD
Corrosion Protection above
Ultra High Build Epoxy Painting to extend
DHV
Confirmed
–1.00 metres CD
to 2m below mud level.
Corrosion Allowance above –
2mm
DHV
Confirmed
1.00 metres CD

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MISCELLANEOUS DESIGN CRITERIA

 

10.1

Scour Allowance

Scour Allowance

The following scour allowances shall be made for all structures implanted in or on the seabed:

Tubular piles

1.0 times the diameter, with a maximum of 1.5m.

DHV

Confirmed

10.2

Fire Protection for Steel Structures

 

No special fire protection for the structure is deemed necessary for the facility.

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