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Stability Evaluation of Floating Dock during Construction and Launching of Caisson for Breakwater
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 Title & Authors
Stability Evaluation of Floating Dock during Construction and Launching of Caisson for Breakwater
Seok, Jun; Park, Jong-Chun; Jeong, Se-Min; Kim, Sung-Yong; Kang, Heon-Yong; Kim, Moo-Hyun; Kang, Yoon-Koo;
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 Abstract
In general, huge caissons for breakwaters have been constructed on land or a floating dock. In the case of the construction on a floating dock, a 4 step installation procedure is involved: i) construction on a floating dock, ii) transportation by the floating dock to an area near the target sea, iii) launching from the floating dock, and iv) transference by tug-boats to the installation site. It is especially important to pay attention to the dynamic stability of the floating dock against the conditions in the sea during steps i) and iii). In this paper, the static and dynamic stabilities of a caisson on a floating dock are evaluated based on IMO rules during the construction and launching of the caisson on a floating dock by using independent commercial S/Ws such as NAPA, WAMIT, and CHARM3D.
 Keywords
Caisson;Floating Dock;Construction;Launching;Static Stability;Dynamic Stability;
 Language
Korean
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