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Handbook of Port and Harbor Engineering. Geotechnical and structural aspects/Справочник по проектированию портов. Геотехнические и структурные аспекты

Артикул: 00-01091180
в желания В наличии
Автор: G. Tsinker
Издательство: Springer-Science+Business Media (все книги издательства)
Место издания: New York
ISBN: 978-1-4757-0865-3
Год: 1997
Формат: А4 (210x290 мм)
Переплет: Твердая обложка
Страниц: 1091
Вес: 2867 г
4000 P

Книга на английском языке
This indispensable handbook provides state-of-the-art information and common sense guidelines, covering the design, construction, modernization of port and harbor related marine structures. The design procedures and guidelines address the complex problems and illustrate factors that should be considered and included in appropriate design scenarios.

1 The Marine Environment and its Effects on Port Design and Construction
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Water-level Variations
1.3 Weather Factors
1.4 Wind
1.5 Currents
1.6 Waves
1.7 Ice
2 Port (harbor) Elements: Design Principles and Considerations
2.1 General
2.2 Ships and their Influence on Port Design
2.3 Access (Navigation) Channel
2.4 Port (Harbor) Entrance
2.5 Port Water Area (Harbor)
2.6 Location, Orientation, Size, and Shape of the Port
2.7 Quay Basin
2.8 Offshore Installations
2.9 Port-Related Marine Structures
2.10 Structural Materials
2.11 Breakwaters
2.12 In-Harbor Slope Protection
2.13 Aids to Navigation
2.14 Mooring Accessories
2.15 Fender Systems
3 Design Loads
3.1 General
3.2 Environmental Loads
3.3 Mooring Loads
3.4 Loads From Cargo Handling and Hauling Equipment and Uniform Distributed Loads
3.5 Ship Impact (by M. Shiono in collaboration with G. Tsinker)
3.6 Ice Loads
3.7 Seismic Loads (by W. S. Dunbar)
3.8 Load Combinations
4 Geotechnical Aspects of Soil-Structure Interaction Design Considerations
4.1 General
4.2 Subsurface Investigation
4.3 Soil Liquefaction and Evaluation of Liquefaction Potential (by G. Tsinker and W. S. Dunbar)
4.4 Basic Design and Construction Considerations
4.5 Soils and Bedrock
4.6 Properties and Characteristics of Soils
4.7 Lateral Soil Pressure
4.8 Friction Forces on Walls
4.9 Dynamic Soil Pressures
5 Gravity-type Quay Walls
5.1 General
5.2 Basic Structural Arrangements
5.3 Basic Design Considerations
5.4 Design of Blockwork Quay Walls
5.5 Design of Quay Walls Comprised of Floated-in Concrete Caissons
5.6 Design of Quay Walls Composed of Large-Diameter Cylinders
5.7 Design of L-Shaped Walls
5.8 Design of Cellular-type Steel Sheet-pile Bulkheads
5.9 Design of Cribwork-type Quay Walls
5.10 Reinforced Earth Quay (by D. Weinreb and P. Wu)
6 Sheet-Pile Bulkheads
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Sheet-Piling—Structural and Driving Aspects
6.3 Anchor Systems
6.4 Wall Capping
6.5 Construction Methods
6.6 Earth Pressures on Flexible Walls: State-of-the-Art Review
6.7 Design of Sheet-pile Walls
6.8 Sheet-Pile Bulkheads Built on Creep Soils
6.9 Anchorage Design
6.10 Waling and Tie-Rod Design
6.11 Ground (Rock) Anchors
6.12 Overall Stability
6.13 Seismic Design of Anchored Sheet-Pile Walls (by W. S. Dunbar)
6.14 Sheet-Pile Wall Failure
7 Piled Waterfront Structures
7.1 Introduction
7.2 General
7.3 Open Pile Structures With Suspended Decks
7.4 Relieving Platforms
7.5 Structural Elements
7.6 Pile-Soil Interaction
7.7 Laterally Loaded Piles
7.8 Piled Marine Structures Design Methods
8 Offshore Deep Water Terminals
8.2 Layout
8.3 Mooring System
8.4 Dolphins and Platforms
8.5 Structural Design
9 Modernization of Existing Marine Facilities
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Modernization of Mooring Structures
9.3 Modernization of Waterfront Structures: Characteristic Examples
10 Breakwater Design (by S. Takahashi)
10.1 Historic Development of Breakwaters
10.2 Design of Conventional Vertical Breakwaters
10.3 Design of New Types of Vertical Breakwater
10.4 Design of Horizontally Composite Breakwaters
10.5 Design of Rubble-Mound Breakwaters

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