Physical Properties of Chemical Compounds by robert dreisbach

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Two, however, Lloyd’s Register of Shipping (LRS) and Det Norske Veritas (DNV), have adopted identical specifications for fixed platforms. 13 summarize the loading requirements for most regular specifications. 13 relates to helicopters in the stowed position. From both tables, it can be seen requirements vary considerably among the specifications, with particular variation in: ● ● ● ● The factor on MTOW (M) for emergency landing conditions. Whether a deck response factor is considered. Whether the level of superimposed load is considered simultaneously or separately.

2) where Δ0 is any precamber of a beam or element in the unloaded state if it exists, Δ1 is the deflection from the permanent loads (actions) immediately after loading and Δ2 is the deflection from the variable loading and any time-dependent deformations from permanent loads. 8. 9. Lower limits may be necessary to limit ponding of surface fluids and to ensure that drainage systems function correctly. 3% of the height between floors. 8 Maximum Vertical Deflection Based on ISO 9001 Structural Element Δmax Δ2 Floor beams L/200 L/350 Cantilever beams L/100 L/150 Deck plate 2t or b/150 Note: L is the span, t is the deck thickness and b is the stiffener spacing.

The MTOW and undercarriage centers for which the platform has been designed and the maximum size and weight of helicopters for which the deck is suitable should be recorded. 10. 10. Helideck structures should be designed in accordance with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) requirements in the Heliport Manual, International Standards Organization (ISO) codes for offshore structures and, for a floating installation, the relevant International Maritime Organization (IMO) code. The maximum size and mass of helicopter for which the helideck has been designed should be stated in the installation or vessel operations manual and verification and classification documents.

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