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"Requirements for Entry to and Departure from the Contractor's Facilities,"
NAVSEA Standard Item 042-04, 27 Aug 1996 (Requires a minimum water
depth of navigable draft + 2 ft at Mean Lower Low Water which is
inadequate for heavy weather. The ship will sit on the bottom at most
berths. This requirement should be changed to navigable draft + 1 ft at
Extreme Low Water)
American Society of Civil Engineers, Minimum Design Loads for Buildings
and Other Structures, ASCE 7-95, approved June 6,1996.
DDS 582-1, "Calculations for Mooring Systems," Naval Sea Systems
Command, 16 Jan 1987.
MIL-HDBK-1026/4 "Mooring Design", July 1999.
Seelig, W., Curfman, D., Baker, C. LCDR, Waller, R., and Viana, A.,
"SURFLANT Heavy Weather Mooring Program, Phase I Completion Report",
SSR-6150-OCN, Sep. 1999.
Seelig, W., "Design Criteria for Ship's Anchor Systems", NFESC TR-6008-
OCN, Oct. 1999.
Seelig, W., "Design Criteria for Ships' Mooring Systems", NFESC TR-6010-
OCN, Sep. 1999.
TR 82-03, "Hurricane Havens Handbook for the North Atlantic Ocean," June
1982, NAVENVPREDRSCHFAC.
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NFESC TR-6012-OCN Rev B
U.S. NAVY HEAVY WEATHER
MOORING SAFETY REQUIREMENTS





 


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