Design Loads

  • Gregory P. Tsinker

Abstract

The purpose of this chapter is to provide the port designer with guidelines on loads and forces to be used in the design of port related marine structures.

Keywords

Ground Motion Response Spectrum Wave Force Mooring Line Design Load 
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