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Mooring Analysis-Sitakunda Analysis Report


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 GENERAL ......................................................................................................................................................... 4
1.1 Introduction ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
1.2 Purpose .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 4
1.3 ABBREVIATIONS AND DEFINITIONS.............................................................................................................................................. 4
1.3.1 Abbreviations ............................................................................................................................................ 4
2 SUMMARY and CONCLUSION .................................................................................................................... 5
2.1 Summary Intact Case: ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 5
2.1 Summary DAMAGE Case: .......................................................................................................................................................................... 6
3 GENERAL INFORMATION ........................................................................................................................... 8
3.1 Tanker Information.......................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
3.2 Codes and Regulations.................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
3.3 Analysis Software - Optimoor ....................................................................................................................................................................... 9
3.4 References ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
3.4.1 Rules and Regulations ................................................................................................................................ 9
3.4.2 Drawings and Documents ........................................................................................................................... 9
4 DESIGN CRITERIA ....................................................................................................................................... 10
4.1 General............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 10
4.2 Safety Factors.................................................................................................................................................................................................. 10
4.2.1 Load factors .............................................................................................................................................. 10
4.2.2 Material factors ......................................................................................................................................... 10
5 DESIGN LOADS, INPUT & ASSUMPTIONS ............................................................................................. 12
5.1 Wind................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 12
5.2 Tide................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 13
5.3 Wave and Swell ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 14
5.4 Summary Environmental Data.................................................................................................................................................................... 14
5.5 Wind Area above Deck ................................................................................................................................................................................ 14
5.6 Buoy/ Anchor and Bollard ........................................................................................................................................................................... 14
5.7 TANKER Model........................................................................................................................................................................................... 15
5.8 TANKER Floating Condition ..................................................................................................................................................................... 15
5.9 BERTH............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 16
6 MOORING ARRANGEMENT ...................................................................................................................... 17
7 MOORING ANALYSIS.................................................................................................................................. 18
7.1 Intact Case ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 18
7.1.1 Intact Results ............................................................................................................................................ 18
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7.2 Accidental Case.............................................................................................................................................................................................. 19


7.2.1 DAMAGE CASE 1- Broken Line 1A....................................................................................................... 19
7.2.2 DAMAGE CASE 2- Broken Line 2B ....................................................................................................... 20
7.2.3 DAMAGE CASE 3- Broken Line 3C ....................................................................................................... 21
7.2.4 DAMAGE CASE 4- Broken Line 4D....................................................................................................... 22
8 APPENDIX – A: Detail Analysis (model & results) ..................................................................................... 23
8.1 INTACT CASE............................................................................................................................................................................................. 26
8.2 DAMAGE CASE-1 ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 31
8.3 DAMAGE CASE-2 ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 33
8.4 DAMAGE CASE-3 ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 35
8.5 DAMAGE CASE-4 ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 37
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1 GENERAL

1.1 Introduction
An offshore LPG terminal is planned to be developed in 1.5km offshore of Sitakunda, Chottogram.
Terminal will have a berthing facility for LPG tanker upto 15000DWT. Permanent mooring system
will be designed and installed for the entire shelf life of the terminal. As the exact particulars of the
tanker are not available, mooring system has been designed for the largest tanker size (15000 dwt).

1.2 PURPOSE
This document presents the mooring analysis and mooring arrangement for 15000dwt tanker. Report
includes preliminary indication of the equipment to be used for the mooring.

1.3 ABBREVIATIONS AND DEFINITIONS

1.3.1 Abbreviations

These abbreviations are valid for this document only.

MBL Minimum Breaking Load


LPG Liquefied Petroleum Gas
T Tonne
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2 SUMMARY and CONCLUSION


Summary of line tension and forces in the anchors are given below for both intact and damage case
analysis.

2.1 SUMMARY INTACT CASE:

Line Tension:
Line to Pull Tot.Line In-Line Winch Worst Line
Anchor -in Length ±Motion Slippage Directn Tension
1-A 0,00 305,1 235° 73,3
2-B 0,00 305,1 145° 53,8
3-C 0,00 307,9 260° 74,4
4-D 0,00 307,9 90° 31,6

Force on Buoy:
Buoy/ X- Y- Other Other Horiz Length on
Anchor Force Force X-Load Y-Load Force Bottom Uplift
1-A 53,8 49,3 73,0 75
2-B 36,2 -39,5 53,6 92
3-C -42,4 64,6 74,1 74
4-D -17,9 -25,8 31,4 113
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2.1 SUMMARY DAMAGE CASE:

DAMAGE CASE-1:

Line Tension:
Line to Pull Tot.Line In-Line Winch Worst Line
Anchor -in Length ±Motion Slippage Directn Tension
2-B 0,00 305,1 225° 216,8
3-C 0,00 307,9 230° 248,5
4-D 0,00 307,9 0° 0,0

Force on Buoy:
Buoy/ X- Y- Other Other Horiz Length on
Anchor Force Force X-Load Y-Load Force Bottom Uplift
2-B 147,4 163,8 216,2 2,2
3-C -247,9 -29,0 247,9 3,8

DAMAGE CASE-2:

Line Tension:
Line to Pull Tot.Line In-Line Winch Worst Line
Anchor -in Length ±Motion Slippage Directn Tension
1-A 0,00 305,1 155° 179,6
3-C 0,00 307,9 0° 0,0
4-D 0,00 307,9 130° 187,7

Force on Buoy:
Buoy/ X- Y- Other Other Horiz Length on
Anchor Force Force X-Load Y-Load Force Bottom Uplift
1-A 112,2-141,3 179,1 0,2
4-D -186,5 29,0 187,2 0,5
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DAMAGE CASE-3:

Line Tension:
Line to Pull Tot.Line In-Line Winch Worst Line Percent
Anchor -in Length ±Motion Slippage Directn Tension Strength
1-A 0,00 305,1 230° 46,0 13%
2-B 0,00 305,1 145° 53,8 15%
4-D 0,00 307,9 90° 31,6 9%

Force on Buoy:
Buoy/ X- Y- Other Other Horiz Length on
Anchor Force Force X-Load Y-Load Force Bottom Uplift
1-A 45,6 30,8 45,7 99
2-B 36,2 -39,5 53,6 92
4-D -31,3 -25,8 31,4 113

DAMAGE CASE-4:

Line Tension:
Line to Pull Tot.Line In-Line Winch Worst Line Percent
Anchor -in Length ±Motion Slippage Directn Tension Strength
1-A 0,00 305,1 235° 73,2 21%
2-B 0,00 305,1 150° 43,1 12%
3-C 0,00 307,9 260° 74,4 21%

Force on Buoy:
Buoy/ X- Y- Other Other Horiz Length on
Anchor Force Force X-Load Y-Load Force Bottom Uplift
1-A 53,8 49,3 72,9 75
2-B 39,0 -33,3 42,8 102
3-C -44,6 64,6 74,1 74

Highest intact case line tension is 75 t and maximum force on anchor is 74t. There is no uplift of the
anchors in intact case and minimum grounded length is 74m.
Highest damage case line tension is 248.5 t and maximum force on anchor is 248t. There is 0.5 t uplift
of the anchors in any given damage case. Anchor, Anchor Chain and Steel wire and coupling shackles
with sufficient MBL to be chosen based on maximum intact or damage case results whichever prevails
according ref./1/.
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3 GENERAL INFORMATION

3.1 TANKER INFORMATION


[HOLD]

Typical tanker particulars used in the analysis in given below.


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3.2 CODES AND REGULATIONS


The marine operation herein is planned in accordance with DNVGL Offshore Standard for Marine
Operations, Ref. /1/.

3.3 ANALYSIS SOFTWARE - OPTIMOOR


The mooring analysis is carried out using the mooring analysis software Optimoor. Optimoor is developed
by Tension Technology International, and is based on recommendations and procedures from the Oil
Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF). Optimoor calculates the total of all forces,
(environmental, fenders and mooring lines) in an iteration process until equilibrium has been reached. It
also takes the elasticity of the mooring lines and the deflection of the fenders into account, see Ref. /2/.

3.4 REFERENCES

3.4.1 Rules and Regulations


Ref. Title

/1/ DNVGL-ST-N001 – Marine Operations and Marine Warranty

3.4.2 Drawings and Documents


Ref. Title

/2/ OPTIMOOR - Mooring Analysis Software


http://www.tensiontech.com/software/optimoor.html
/3/ JMI – Hydro-Meteorological, Bathymetric & Earthquake Data Analysis
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4 DESIGN CRITERIA

4.1 GENERAL
The mooring arrangement has been analyzed for intact case per chapter 17 in Ref. /1/ as well as single line
failure case.

4.2 SAFETY FACTORS


According to Ref. /1/ DNVGL-ST-N001 Marine Operations and Marine Warranty- chapter 17.10.1.5, due
to the large variation in the reliability of mooring components, for quayside and inshore moorings LRFD
approach with a single load factor has to be adopted.

4.2.1 Load factors


Ref. /1/, chapter 17.10.2.5, loads factors in accordance with load combination ULS-b in Table 3-1 shall be
considered for the assessment of the intact system.
Load Load Categories
Condition G Q D E A
ULS-a 1.3 1.3 1.0 0.7 NA
ULS-b 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.3 NA
Table 4-1: Load Factors- Intact Condition

4.2.2 Material factors


Ref. /1/ chapter 5.9.8.5 following material factors have been considered for intact condition.
Line Type Material factor
Steel wire ropes and chains 1.50
Fiber ropes, Polyester 1.65
Fiber ropes, HMPE and Aramid 2.00
Other fiber materials 2.50
Table 4-2: Mooring Line Material Factors

Mooring arrangement consists of four pre-installed anchor and anchor chain. A steel wire will be
connected to the anchor to one end and other end will be equipped with a widebody shackle. Multiple
mooring lines will be connected to the steel wire shackle as required. Based on the sub-section 4.2.2 of this
document, the following mooring line tension limit in percent of MBL (Minimum Breaking Load) is given
below.

TYPE Intact

Steel wires and chains 66.67%

Dyneema DynaOne 50%


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Polypropylene, Typical fibre Rope 40%

Table 4-3: Mooring Line Tension Limit without Load Factor

According to sub-section 3.2.1, for intact conditions load factors in accordance with load combination
ULS-b will be used.

Instead of increasing all loads with a factor of 1.3 for the intact conditions, the factors are included in the
mooring lines tension limit. This gives the following mooring line tension limit in percent of MBL.
TYPE Intact

Steel wires and chains 51%

Dyneema DynaOne 38.50%

Polypropylene, Typical fibre Rope 30.80%

Table 3-4: Mooring Line Tension Limit with Load Factors


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5 DESIGN LOADS, INPUT & ASSUMPTIONS

Mooring system will be designed as an weather unrestricted operation.


Retrun Periods for determining environmental criteria for mooring to be chosen according to ref. /1/
chapter 3.4.4.1. In this particular case, mooring type has been chosen as Offshore- Mobile near another
asset which gives 10 year return period to choose environmental criteria.

5.1 WIND

Design wind speed has been chosen from ref. /3/, Table 4.2.1.
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5.2 TIDE
Tidal variation data used in the analysis are according ref. /3/, Fig. 5.1.1.
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5.3 WAVE AND SWELL


A practical assumed data for current, wave and swell have considered as the statistical data are not so far
available. [HOLD]

5.4 SUMMARY ENVIRONMENTAL DATA

Summary of design environmental values are given below.


Design Environmental Values
Wind Current Wave (HS Tz) Swell (HS Tz)
86 knots
3 knot 5m, 10s 2m, 10s
44.2 m/s
Table 4-1: Design Environmental Values

The wind and waves are locked to have the same direction. Swell has been set to come from the open
water side of the Tanker. Current direction has been set to parallel to the longitudinal direction of the
Tanker.

5.5 WIND AREA ABOVE DECK

Wind area between water line and deck level is accounted by the draft input to the analysis.
End-on projected windage area: 150 above deck level
Side projected windage area: 300 above deck level

5.6 BUOY/ ANCHOR AND BOLLARD

Hold
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5.7 TANKER MODEL

Tanker has been modelled according to section 3.1. Final tanker mooring position has to be updated
in the later revision. Modelled tanker in the analysis is given below.

Vessel Data for LPG Tanker


(file C:\Users\emdadul\Desktop\CBM\Optimoor\T A\Tanker.vsl)
Units in m, mm, & tonnes
Longitudinal datum at Midship
LBP: 131,0
Breadth: 23,5
Depth: 11,0
Target: 0,0 fwd from midship and 0,0 above deck at side
End-on projected windage area: 150 above deck level
Side projected windage area: 300 above deck level
Current drag data based on: OPTIMOOR (Generic Data)
Wind drag data based on: Adriatic LNG
Flatside Contour
X-dist -65,5 -48,7 51,7 65,5 65,5
Depth 2,7 10,1 10,1 2,3 0,0

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Line Fair- Fair- Ht on Dist to Brake Pre- Line Tail Segment-1
No. Lead X Lead Y Deck Winch Limit Tension Size-Type-BL Lgth-Size-Type-BL
1 -63,2 11,3 1,0 5,0 88 pp 350 150 68 C3 357
2 -63,2 -11,3 1,0 5,0 88 pp 350 150 68 C3 357
3 58,7 11,3 1,0 5,0 88 pp 350 150 68 C3 357
4 58,7 -11,3 1,0 5,0 88 pp 350 150 68 C3 357
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Codes for Types of Line:
pp: polypropylene dry (broken-in)
C3: Chain grade 3 (stud-link)

5.8 TANKER FLOATING CONDITION


See section 3.1.

Figure 5-1: Tanker Floating Condition


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5.9 BERTH
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6 MOORING ARRANGEMENT
Mooring arrangement consist of four pre-installed Anchor, anchor chain with steel wire tail. Steel
wire open end is equipped with wide body shackle with sufficient size. Multiple mooring lines from
tanker will be connected to single steel wire end shackle. Arrangement used in the analysis given
below.

Figure 7-1: Mooring Arrangement


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7 MOORING ANALYSIS
Analysis is performed with a sweep of wind directions from 0˚ to 355˚ with 5˚ interval. Program lists the
worst result with appurtenant direction for each line. For detailed output see Appendix A.

7.1 INTACT CASE

7.1.1 Intact Results


Longitudinal Transverse Yaw Moment/LBP
Swell Drift Force: -0,2 0,0 0,0
Current Drag Force: -12,1 -0,8 0,1

Vessel Moves(at Target): -4,0 aft -6,0 stbd -4,3° stbd 0,0 up
5,1 fwd 3,4 port 2,1° port 0,0 up
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Line to Pull Tot.Line In-Line Winch Worst Line Percent
Anchor -in Length ±Motion Slippage Directn Tension Strength
1-A 0,00 305,1 235° 73,3 21%
2-B 0,00 305,1 145° 53,8 15%
3-C 0,00 307,9 260° 74,4 21%
4-D 0,00 307,9 90° 31,6 9%
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Total
Buoy/ X- Y- Other Other Horiz Length on
Anchor Force Force X-Load Y-Load Force Bottom Uplift
1-A 53,8 49,3 73,0 75
2-B 36,2 -39,5 53,6 92
3-C -42,4 64,6 74,1 74
4-D -17,9 -25,8 31,4 113
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Approximate natural periods


Surge: 71 Sway: 84 secs
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7.2 ACCIDENTAL CASE

7.2.1 DAMAGE CASE 1- Broken Line 1A

Longitudinal Transverse Yaw Moment/LBP


Swell Drift Force: -0,1 -0,4 0,0
Current Drag Force: -9,8 -99,3 6,1

Vessel Moves(at Target): 68,6 fwd -93,0 stbd 30,0° port 0,0 up
97,4 fwd -72,3 stbd 39,3° port 0,0 up
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Line to Pull Tot.Line In-Line Winch Worst Line Percent
Anchor -in Length ±Motion Slippage Directn Tension Strength
2-B 0,00 305,1 225° 216,8 62%
3-C 0,00 307,9 230° 248,5 71%
4-D 0,00 307,9 0° 0,0 0%
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Total
Buoy/ X- Y- Other Other Horiz Length on
Anchor Force Force X-Load Y-Load Force Bottom Uplift
2-B 147,4 163,8 216,2 2,2
3-C -247,9 -29,0 247,9 3,8
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Approximate natural periods


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7.2.2 DAMAGE CASE 2- Broken Line 2B

Longitudinal Transverse Yaw Moment/LBP


Swell Drift Force: -0,1 0,5 0,0
Current Drag Force: -9,3 109,2 -6,2

Vessel Moves(at Target): 75,8 fwd 77,2 port -51° stbd 0,0 up
80,1 fwd 89,7 port 33,4° stbd 0,0 up
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Line to Pull Tot.Line In-Line Winch Worst Line Percent
Anchor -in Length ±Motion Slippage Directn Tension Strength
1-A 0,00 305,1 155° 179,6 51%
3-C 0,00 307,9 0° 0,0 0%
4-D 0,00 307,9 130° 187,7 54%
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Total
Buoy/ X- Y- Other Other Horiz Length on
Anchor Force Force X-Load Y-Load Force Bottom Uplift
1-A 112,2-141,3 179,1 0,2
4-D -186,5 29,0 187,2 0,5
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Approximate natural periods


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7.2.3 DAMAGE CASE 3- Broken Line 3C

Longitudinal Transverse Yaw Moment/LBP


Swell Drift Force: -0,1 0,2 0,0
Current Drag Force: -11,2 59,4 -4,8

Vessel Moves(at Target): -28,1 aft -41,3 stbd -51° stbd 0,0 up
5,1 fwd 3,4 port 2,0° port 0,0 up
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Line to Pull Tot.Line In-Line Winch Worst Line Percent
Anchor -in Length ±Motion Slippage Directn Tension Strength
1-A 0,00 305,1 230° 46,0 13%
2-B 0,00 305,1 145° 53,8 15%
4-D 0,00 307,9 90° 31,6 9%
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Total
Buoy/ X- Y- Other Other Horiz Length on
Anchor Force Force X-Load Y-Load Force Bottom Uplift
1-A 45,6 30,8 45,7 99
2-B 36,2 -39,5 53,6 92
4-D -31,3 -25,8 31,4 113
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Approximate natural periods


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7.2.4 DAMAGE CASE 4- Broken Line 4D

Longitudinal Transverse Yaw Moment/LBP


Swell Drift Force: -0,2 -0,1 0,0
Current Drag Force: -11,8 -34,0 3,4

Vessel Moves(at Target): -28,6 aft -6,0 stbd -4,3° stbd 0,0 up
5,5 fwd 24,0 port 26,4° port 0,0 up
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Line to Pull Tot.Line In-Line Winch Worst Line Percent
Anchor -in Length ±Motion Slippage Directn Tension Strength
1-A 0,00 305,1 235° 73,2 21%
2-B 0,00 305,1 150° 43,1 12%
3-C 0,00 307,9 260° 74,4 21%
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Total
Buoy/ X- Y- Other Other Horiz Length on
Anchor Force Force X-Load Y-Load Force Bottom Uplift
1-A 53,8 49,3 72,9 75
2-B 39,0 -33,3 42,8 102
3-C -44,6 64,6 74,1 74
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Approximate natural periods


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8 APPENDIX – A: DETAIL ANALYSIS (MODEL & RESULTS)

Arrangement for LPG Tanker at Bay of B


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Vessel Data for LPG Tanker


(file C:\Users\emdadul\Desktop\CBM\Optimoor\T A\Tanker.vsl)
Units in m, mm, & tonnes
Longitudinal datum at Midship
LBP: 131,0
Breadth: 23,5
Depth: 11,0
Target: 0,0 fwd from midship and 0,0 above deck at side
End-on projected windage area: 150 above deck level
Side projected windage area: 300 above deck level
Current drag data based on: OPTIMOOR (Generic Data)
Wind drag data based on: Adriatic LNG
Flatside Contour
X-dist -65,5 -48,7 51,7 65,5 65,5
Depth 2,7 10,1 10,1 2,3 0,0

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Line Fair- Fair- Ht on Dist to Brake Pre- Line Tail Segment-1
No. Lead X Lead Y Deck Winch Limit Tension Size-Type-BL Lgth-Size-Type-BL
1 -63,2 11,3 1,0 5,0 88 pp 350 150 68 C3 357
2 -63,2 -11,3 1,0 5,0 88 pp 350 150 68 C3 357
3 58,7 11,3 1,0 5,0 88 pp 350 150 68 C3 357
4 58,7 -11,3 1,0 5,0 88 pp 350 150 68 C3 357
__________________________________________________________________________________
Codes for Types of Line:
pp: polypropylene dry (broken-in)
C3: Chain grade 3 (stud-link)
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Berth Data for Bay of B


(file C:\Users\emdadul\Desktop\CBM\Optimoor\T A\BoB.bth)
Units in m & tonnes

Left to Right of Screen Site Plan Points: 0°


Width of Estuary (for Current): 2000
Dredged Depth below Datum: 12,0
Dist of Berth Target to Right of Origin: 0,0
Wind Speed Specified at Height: 10,0
Current Specified at Depth: mean
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Buoy/ X-Dist Y-Dist Ht above Top Chain 2nd Chain 3rd Chain 4th Chain
Anchor Origin Origin Dredged Length Diam Length Diam Length Diam Length Diam
A -247,5 247,5 0,0
B -247,5 -247,5 0,0
C 247,5 247,5 0,0
D 247,5 -247,5 0,0
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8.1 INTACT CASE


Static Mooring Response for LPG Tanker at Bay of B
Units in m & tonnes (file C:\Users\emdadul\Desktop\CBM\Optimoor\T A\Tanker.opt)
Remarks:
Static Analysis for Time: 1200 19 jul 2020
Water Level: 1,00 above Datum
Draft: 7,5
Trim: 0,0
Bottom Clearance: 5,5

Significant Wave Ht: 5,00


Wave Mean Period: 10,0 sec
Wave Direction: All° True
Significant Swell Ht: 2,00
Swell Mean Period: 10,0 sec
Swell Direction True: 180°
Swell Direction to Berth X-axis: 180°
Current: 3,0 knots
Current Direction True: 180°
Current Direction to Berth X-axis: 180°
Wind Speed: 86 knots
Wind Direction: All° True

Fwd Offset of Vessel Target: 0,0 from Berth Target


Total End-0n Windage Area: 232
Total Side Windage Area: 759

Longitudinal Transverse Yaw Moment/LBP


Swell Drift Force: -0,2 0,0 0,0
Current Drag Force: -12,1 -0,8 0,1

Vessel Moves(at Target): -4,0 aft -6,0 stbd -4,3° stbd 0,0 up
5,1 fwd 3,4 port 2,1° port 0,0 up
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Line to Pull Tot.Line In-Line Winch Worst Line Percent
Anchor -in Length ±Motion Slippage Directn Tension Strength
1-A 0,00 305,1 235° 73,3 21%
2-B 0,00 305,1 145° 53,8 15%
3-C 0,00 307,9 260° 74,4 21%
4-D 0,00 307,9 90° 31,6 9%
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Total
Buoy/ X- Y- Other Other Horiz Length on
Anchor Force Force X-Load Y-Load Force Bottom Uplift
1-A 53,8 49,3 73,0 75
2-B 36,2 -39,5 53,6 92
3-C -42,4 64,6 74,1 74
4-D -17,9 -25,8 31,4 113
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Approximate natural periods


Surge: 71 Sway: 84 secs
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Shape of Catenary for Line 1-A


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Shape of Catenary for Line 2-B


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Shape of Catenary for Line 3-C


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Shape of Catenary for Line 4-D


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8.2 DAMAGE CASE-1

Arrangement for LPG Tanker at Bay of B

Static Mooring Response for LPG Tanker at Bay of B


Units in m & tonnes (file C:\Users\emdadul\Desktop\CBM\Optimoor\T A\Tanker.opt)
Remarks:
Static Analysis for Time: 1200 19 jul 2020
Water Level: 1,00 above Datum
Draft: 7,5
Trim: 0,0
Bottom Clearance: 5,5

Significant Wave Ht: 5,00


Wave Mean Period: 10,0 sec
Wave Direction: All° True
Significant Swell Ht: 2,00
Swell Mean Period: 10,0 sec
Swell Direction True: 180°
Swell Direction to Berth X-axis: 180°
Current: 3,0 knots
Current Direction True: 180°
Current Direction to Berth X-axis: 180°
Wind Speed: 86 knots
Wind Direction: All° True

Fwd Offset of Vessel Target: 0,0 from Berth Target


Total End-0n Windage Area: 232
Total Side Windage Area: 759
Longitudinal Transverse Yaw Moment/LBP
Swell Drift Force: -0,1 -0,4 0,0
Current Drag Force: -9,8 -99,3 6,1
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Vessel Moves(at Target): 68,6 fwd -93,0 stbd 30,0° port 0,0 up
97,4 fwd -72,3 stbd 39,3° port 0,0 up
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Line to Pull Tot.Line In-Line Winch Worst Line Percent
Anchor -in Length ±Motion Slippage Directn Tension Strength
2-B 0,00 305,1 225° 216,8 62%
3-C 0,00 307,9 230° 248,5 71%
4-D 0,00 307,9 0° 0,0 0%
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Total
Buoy/ X- Y- Other Other Horiz Length on
Anchor Force Force X-Load Y-Load Force Bottom Uplift
2-B 147,4 163,8 216,2 2,2
3-C -247,9 -29,0 247,9 3,8
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Approximate natural periods


Surge: 20 Sway: 33 secs
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8.3 DAMAGE CASE-2

Arrangement for LPG Tanker at Bay of B

Static Mooring Response for LPG Tanker at Bay of B


Units in m & tonnes (file C:\Users\emdadul\Desktop\CBM\Optimoor\T A\Tanker.opt)
Remarks:
Static Analysis for Time: 1200 19 jul 2020
Water Level: 1,00 above Datum
Draft: 7,5
Trim: 0,0
Bottom Clearance: 5,5

Significant Wave Ht: 5,00


Wave Mean Period: 10,0 sec
Wave Direction: All° True
Significant Swell Ht: 2,00
Swell Mean Period: 10,0 sec
Swell Direction True: 180°
Swell Direction to Berth X-axis: 180°
Current: 3,0 knots
Current Direction True: 180°
Current Direction to Berth X-axis: 180°
Wind Speed: 86 knots
Wind Direction: All° True

Fwd Offset of Vessel Target: 0,0 from Berth Target


Total End-0n Windage Area: 232
Total Side Windage Area: 759

Longitudinal Transverse Yaw Moment/LBP


Swell Drift Force: -0,1 0,5 0,0
Current Drag Force: -9,3 109,2 -6,2

Vessel Moves(at Target): 75,8 fwd 77,2 port -51° stbd 0,0 up
80,1 fwd 89,7 port 33,4° stbd 0,0 up
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Line to Pull Tot.Line In-Line Winch Worst Line Percent


Anchor -in Length ±Motion Slippage Directn Tension Strength
1-A 0,00 305,1 155° 179,6 51%
3-C 0,00 307,9 0° 0,0 0%
4-D 0,00 307,9 130° 187,7 54%
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Total
Buoy/ X- Y- Other Other Horiz Length on
Anchor Force Force X-Load Y-Load Force Bottom Uplift
1-A 112,2-141,3 179,1 0,2
4-D -186,5 29,0 187,2 0,5
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Approximate natural periods


Surge: 20 Sway: 33 secs
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8.4 DAMAGE CASE-3

Arrangement for LPG Tanker at Bay of B

Static Mooring Response for LPG Tanker at Bay of B


Units in m & tonnes (file C:\Users\emdadul\Desktop\CBM\Optimoor\T A\Tanker.opt)
Remarks:
Static Analysis for Time: 1200 19 jul 2020
Water Level: 1,00 above Datum
Draft: 7,5
Trim: 0,0
Bottom Clearance: 5,5

Significant Wave Ht: 5,00


Wave Mean Period: 10,0 sec
Wave Direction: All° True
Significant Swell Ht: 2,00
Swell Mean Period: 10,0 sec
Swell Direction True: 180°
Swell Direction to Berth X-axis: 180°
Current: 3,0 knots
Current Direction True: 180°
Current Direction to Berth X-axis: 180°
Wind Speed: 86 knots
Wind Direction: All° True

Fwd Offset of Vessel Target: 0,0 from Berth Target


Total End-0n Windage Area: 232
Total Side Windage Area: 759

Longitudinal Transverse Yaw Moment/LBP


Swell Drift Force: -0,1 0,2 0,0
Current Drag Force: -11,2 59,4 -4,8
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Vessel Moves(at Target): -28,1 aft -41,3 stbd -51° stbd 0,0 up
5,1 fwd 3,4 port 2,0° port 0,0 up
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Line to Pull Tot.Line In-Line Winch Worst Line Percent
Anchor -in Length ±Motion Slippage Directn Tension Strength
1-A 0,00 305,1 230° 46,0 13%
2-B 0,00 305,1 145° 53,8 15%
4-D 0,00 307,9 90° 31,6 9%
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Total
Buoy/ X- Y- Other Other Horiz Length on
Anchor Force Force X-Load Y-Load Force Bottom Uplift
1-A 45,6 30,8 45,7 99
2-B 36,2 -39,5 53,6 92
4-D -31,3 -25,8 31,4 113
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Approximate natural periods


Surge: 24 Sway: 28 secs
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8.5 DAMAGE CASE-4

Arrangement for LPG Tanker at Bay of B

Static Mooring Response for LPG Tanker at Bay of B


Units in m & tonnes (file C:\Users\emdadul\Desktop\CBM\Optimoor\T A\Tanker.opt)
Remarks:
Static Analysis for Time: 1200 19 jul 2020
Water Level: 1,00 above Datum
Draft: 7,5
Trim: 0,0
Bottom Clearance: 5,5

Significant Wave Ht: 5,00


Wave Mean Period: 10,0 sec
Wave Direction: All° True
Significant Swell Ht: 2,00
Swell Mean Period: 10,0 sec
Swell Direction True: 180°
Swell Direction to Berth X-axis: 180°
Current: 3,0 knots
Current Direction True: 180°
Current Direction to Berth X-axis: 180°
Wind Speed: 86 knots
Wind Direction: All° True

Fwd Offset of Vessel Target: 0,0 from Berth Target


Total End-0n Windage Area: 232
Total Side Windage Area: 759

Longitudinal Transverse Yaw Moment/LBP


Swell Drift Force: -0,2 -0,1 0,0
Current Drag Force: -11,8 -34,0 3,4

Vessel Moves(at Target): -28,6 aft -6,0 stbd -4,3° stbd 0,0 up
5,5 fwd 24,0 port 26,4° port 0,0 up
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Line to Pull Tot.Line In-Line Winch Worst Line Percent
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Anchor -in Length ±Motion Slippage Directn Tension Strength


1-A 0,00 305,1 235° 73,2 21%
2-B 0,00 305,1 150° 43,1 12%
3-C 0,00 307,9 260° 74,4 21%
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Total
Buoy/ X- Y- Other Other Horiz Length on
Anchor Force Force X-Load Y-Load Force Bottom Uplift
1-A 53,8 49,3 72,9 75
2-B 39,0 -33,3 42,8 102
3-C -44,6 64,6 74,1 74
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Approximate natural periods


Surge: 23 Sway: 28 secs
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