Quantcast Related Publications

Share on Google+Share on FacebookShare on LinkedInShare on TwitterShare on DiggShare on Stumble Upon
Custom Search
 
  
 


Fixed moorings including platforms, islands, dolphins, spud moorings,
q
and other similar types defined in DM-26.4, "Fixed Moorings."
Fuel transfer buoys (known as single anchor leg moorings (SALMs) or
q
catenary anchor leg moorings (CALMS)).
Floating drydocks, etc., including Auxiliary Repair Drydocks Medium
q
(ARDM)
Navigational aids.
q
1.1.4 RELATED PUBLICATIONS. The following publications are associated with
mooring maintenance as presented in this manual:
DM-7.1
Soil Mechanics, Foundations and Earth Structures
DM-26.3
Coastal Sedimentation and Dredging
Fixed Moorings
DM-26.4
Fleet Moorings
DM-26.5
Mooring Design Physical and Empirical Data
DM-26.6
Drydocking Facilities
DM-35
Design requirements and other related data such as determining forces acting on
m o o r i n g components or computing anchor chain subassembly lengths are
contained in DM-26.5 and DM-26.6.
1.1.5 PROGRAM RESPONSIBILITY. Responsibility for the Navy fleet mooring
maintenance program has been assigned to the Commander, Naval Facilities
Engineering Command (COMNAVFACENGCOM), and encompasses budgeting,
f u n d i n g , procuring, installing, maintaining, and repairing fleet moorings. (In
general, this policy is not applicable to moorings which are a part of the North
Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)). To support, control, and manage this
w o r l d w i d e system, CO MN AVFACENGCOM established the Fleet Mooring
Maintenance (FMM) program to ensure the following:
2





 


Privacy Statement - Copyright Information. - Contact Us

Integrated Publishing, Inc.