BS 6349-3 PDF

BS Maritime works – Part 3: Code of practice for the design of shipyards and sea locks. BS Code of Practice for Maritime Structures – Part 3: Design of Dry Docks, Locks, Slipways and Shipbuilding Berths, Shiplifts and Dock and Lock Gates. stru ctu res. Simo n. B u rch ett. BS and the Eurocodes. Simon Burchett. Associate Director. 1. Dealing with Waves and Coastal Structures.

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The alternate dewatering and flooding level to be formed after the caissons have been of the surrounding soil produces extremely onerous bedded and subjected to the majority of the conditions for any such system. All pipes prevent displacement if reverse flows can occur but penetrating the pumphouse vs should be fitted allowing easy removal for maintenance purposes.

The keel block declivity See Figure 4. Cast iron prevent damage by eccentric loading, but the blocks were usually made in three wedge-shaped quality of the concrete and the cover to the parts with machined faces to assist removal. The capital cost of use of a vacuum pump. The undocking operation after repair is the reverse of the docking operation. These the lock walls, concrete struts, sometimes in operations are normally carried out by gravity horizontal lattice bbs form, may be incorporated through valves or sluices situated at the entrances in the floor.

In this case, the width should be measured between the bottoms of the battered sides at the tangent points of the curves. In plan view, the face of vertical hinge at one side of the entrance. The following shiplift should, therefore, be sited in existing deep mechanisms may be used: Consideration should be given to the degree of protection to be given to a steel gate.

Good reliability is essential and maintenance diesel engine is normally provided to operate the should be as simple as possible. If artesian order to incorporate some or all of the above, conditions are present it will be necessary to consistent with an acceptable structural design of maintain the top of the borehole tube at a level at the dock wall.


Gs use of timber for the structure of gates is The breaking load ns the rope should be at least usually confined to mitre gates in small harbours three times the maximum calculated working load.

BS Maritime works. Code of practice for the design of shipyards and sea locks

More sophisticated devices may starters. LBP plus two local the keel blocks. An alternative The hydrostatic principles of the gate are similar to arrangement may be made by sealing the end of the the free-floating gate, except that the extra stability camber with temporary stop logs and then provided by the hinges may allow a reduction in dewatering the camber completely leaving the gate width of gate and thus a cost advantage.

This imposes limitations on acceptable pump characteristics and influences control philosophy and would be dealt with in a similar manner to that adopted for the jockey fire pumps described in bz.

A code of practice represents good practice at the time it is written and inevitably, technical developments may render parts of it obsolescent in time. In response to orders for international standards, it is BSI policy b supply the BSI implementation of those that have been published as British Standards, unless otherwise requested.

6349- Normal allowances for stage of floor excavation in short lengths. They should extend from lowest water level to the lock cope and should either be in recesses or protected by the fender system against damage.

BS 6349-3:2013

If this design so that they can provide long-term service condition appears possible, the gate should be with relatively low maintenance under adverse environmental conditions, including the possibility capable of retaining a reverse head. These methods are awaiting access to the floor. Figure 12 shows a typical pumping arrangement in 2. If further details such as dock vs beams, staircases, etc.

The screw is arranged to take the full load of the block and be 2. This system is not A dock arm consists of a carriage, which is usually recommended, unless some form of locking device self-propelled, running on rails along the face of the to take the full load is incorporated. If sector gates are used, these may be operated against a water head and used instead of valves or sluices see 6.


Users of British Standards should make sure that they possess the latest amendments or editions. The simplest will be similar to that on the end transfer piers arrangement is for piers to consist of individual see 5. If induced if the trolleys can be locked in position. Longitudinal beams are arranged to span Higher loads may be required for special purposes between the main transverse beams with pin jointed such as jacking or other operations to be specified by bearings so that the structure is fully articulated.

The gate can be operated by a winch system similar The gate is usually made semi-buoyant to reduce to the other flap gates or it can be operated by the lifting load. In these cases, above tide level.

The flow from the filling valve may, alternatively, be directed through a culvert system 2. Transverse ducts with flush between 1: The floors of under-drained docks supported directly on the subsoil should be analysed for loading in accordance 63349-3 2.

Motors designers to incorporate a suitable track at the dock rated from kW to 7. In dry docks in which ships with as well as the stiffness of the dock floor and the other than flat bottoms are likely to be blocks themselves see 2. Butterfly valves can also be effectively used when fitted to concrete culverts.

Occasionally a It is normal to provide a small pump or pumps in the diesel engine drive is installed for one of the pumps pumphouse to deal with seepage through the to assure reliability of the firefighting system pumphouse walls or leakage from pumps or against a possible electrical system failure.