357R-84: Guide for the Design and Construction of Fixed Offshore Concrete Structures (Reapproved 1997)

357R-84: Guide for the Design and Construction of Fixed Offshore Concrete Structures (Reapproved 1997)

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The report provides a guide for the design and construction of fixed reinforced and/or prestressed concrete structures for service in a marine environment. Only fixed structures which are founded on the seabed and obtain their stability from the vertical forces of gravity are covered. Contents include: materials and durability; dead, deformation, live environmental, and accidental loads; design and analysis; foundations; construction and installation; and inspection and repair. Two appendices discuss environmental loads such as wave, wind, and ice loads in detail, and the design of offshore concrete structures for earthquake resistance.

Keywords: anchorage (structural); concrete construction; construction materials; cracking (fracturing); dynamic loads; earthquakes; earthquake resistant structures; foundations; grouting; harbor structures; inspection; loads (forces); ocean bottom; offshore structures; post-tensioning; prestressed concrete; prestressing steels; reinforced concrete; repairs; static loads; structural analysis; structural design; underwater construction.

 

Document Details

Author: ACI Committee 357

Publication Year: 2002

Pages: 23.00

ISBN: 9780870314247

Categories: Marine Concrete

Formats: PDF

Table of Contents

Chapter 1--General

1.1--Scope

1.2--Instrumentation

1.3--Auxiliary systems and interfaces

Chapter 2--Materials and durability

2.1--General

2.2--Testing

2.3--Quality control

2.4--Durability

2.5--Cement

2.6--Mixing water

2.7--Aggregates

2.8--Concrete

2.9--Admixtures

2.10--Reinforcing and prestressing steel

2.11--Post-tensioning ducts

2.12--Grout

2.13--Concrete cover of reinforcement

2.14--Details of reinforcement

2.15--Physical and chemical damage

2.16--Protection of prestressed anchorages

2.17--Anchorages for embedments and connections to steel work

2.18--Electrical ground

2.19--Durability of pipes containing pressure

2.20--Epoxy resins

Chapter 3--Loads

3.1--Classifications

3.2--Design phases

Chapter 4--Design and analysis

4.1--General

4.2--Strength

4.3--Serviceability

4.4--Design conditions

4.5--Special requirements

4.6--Other strength requirements

4.7--Structural analysis

Chapter 5--Foundations

5.1--Site investigation

5.2--Stability of the sea floor

5.3--Scour

5.4--Design of mat foundations

Chapter 6--Construction, installation, and relocation

6.1--General

6.2--Buoyancy and floating stability

6.3--Construction joints

6.4--Concreting in hot or cold weather

6.5--Curing of concrete

6.6--Reinforcement

6.7--Prestressing tendons, ducts, and grouting

6.8--Initial flotation

6.9--Construction while afloat or temporarily grounded

6.10--Towing

6.11--Installation

6.12--Construction on site

6.13--Connection of adjoining structures

6.14--Prevention of damage due to freezing

6.15--Relocation

Chapter 7--Inspection and repair

7.1--General

7.3--Repair of concrete

7.2--Surveys

7.4--Repairs to cracks

Chapter 8--References

8.1--Standards-type references

Appendix A--Environmental loads

A.1--Introduction

A.2--Wave loads

A.3--Wave diffraction

A.4--Currents

A.5--Design wave analysis

A.6--Wave response spectrum analysis

A.7--Dynamic response analysis

A.8--Wind loads

A.9--Ice loads

A.10--Earthquakes

A.11--References

Appendix B--Design for earthquakes

B.1--Introduction

B.2--Overall design procedure

B.3--Seismicity study

B.4--Site response study

B.5--Selection of design criteria

B.6--Dynamic analysis

B.7--Stress analysis

B.8--Failure modes

B.9--Ductility requirements

B.10--Aseismic design details

B.11--Other factors

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