376M-11 Code Reqs for Design & Constr of Conc Structures for Containment of Refrigerated Liquefied Gases (Metric)

376M-11 Code Reqs for Design & Constr of Conc Structures for Containment of Refrigerated Liquefied Gases (Metric)

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This code provides minimum requirements for design and construction of reinforced concrete and prestressed concrete structures for the storage and containment of refrigerated liquefied gases (RLG) with service temperatures between +40 and –325°F. The principles listed herein are applicable to concrete foundations of double-steel tanks subject to the approval of the owner.

Container design shall include the design of the container wall, its foundation (footing and floor slab), the concrete portions of its roof, and the bund wall, whenever applicable. Available in hard copy or electronic format.

Keywords: bund wall; commissioning; cryogenic; damage stability; decommissioning; earthquake design levels; fatigue; float out; floating storage unit; foundation heating; gravity base structure; impact loads; liners; liquefied natural gas; liquid stratification; permanent ballast; purging; refrigerated liquefied gas; reinforcement (cryogenic); tanks; thermal corner protection

 

Document Details

Author: ACI Committee 376

Publication Year: 2013

Pages: 149.00

ISBN:

Categories: Tanks

Formats: PDF, Protected PDF/Web View, ePub, or Kindle

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER 1—GENERAL

1.1—Scope

1.2—Quality assurance

CHAPTER 2—NOTATION AND DEFINITIONS

2.1—Notation

2.2—Definitions

CHAPTER 3—REFERENCED STANDARDS

CHAPTER 4—MATERIALS

4.1—Testing of materials

4.2—Cementitious materials .

4.3—Aggregates

4.4—Water

4.5—Admixtures

4.6—Fibers

4.7—Deformed reinforcement

4.8—Plate steel composite with concrete

4.9—Prestressed reinforcement

4.10—Prestressing anchorages

4.11—Post-tensioning ducts

4.12—Grout

4.13—Metal liners and nonstructural metal components .

4.14—Insulation

4.15—Coating requirements

CHAPTER 5—DESIGN LOADS

5.1—Design loads

5.2—Loading conditions

CHAPTER 6—MINIMUM PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS

6.1—General

6.2—Primary concrete container

6.3—Secondary concrete container

6.4—Roof performance criteria

6.5—Other performance criteria

6.6—Concrete quality

6.7—Shotcrete

6.8—Coating design

6.9—Metal components

CHAPTER 7—LOAD FACTORS

7.1—General

7.2—Load factors for ultimate limit state of primary container

7.3—Load factors for ultimate limit state of secondary container

CHAPTER 8—ANALYSIS AND DESIGN

8.1—Methods of analysis

8.2—Design basis

8.3—Foundation design

8.4—Wall design

8.5—Roof design

CHAPTER 9—DETAILING

9.1—General

9.2—Reinforcement details

9.3—Internal prestressing systems

9.4—External prestressing systems

9.5—Concrete containment wall

9.6—Metal components

9.7—Anchorage to concrete

9.8—Liners and coatings

CHAPTER 10—FOUNDATIONS

10.1—General

10.2—Geotechnical investigation

10.3—Design requirements for shallow foundations

10.4—Design requirements for deep foundations

10.5—Ground improvement

10.6—Foundation details

10.7—Foundation performance monitoring details

10.8—Monitoring frequency

10.9—Inspection and testing

CHAPTER 11—CONSTRUCTION REQUIREMENTS

11.1—Construction plan

11.2—Tolerances

11.3—Shotcrete for external prestressing systems

11.4—Post-tensioning

11.5—Winding of prestressed reinforcement: wire or strand

11.6—Forming

11.7—Construction joints

11.8—Concrete embedments

11.9—Coatings

11.10—Welding

CHAPTER 12—COMMISSIONING/DECOMMISSIONING

12.1—Scope

12.2—Testing

12.3—Pressure and vacuum testing

12.4—Purging into service

12.5—Cool-down

12.6—Settlement and movement monitoring

12.7—Liquefied natural gas tank fill methods

12.8—Decommissioning: purging out of service and warm-up

12.9—Recordkeeping

12.10—Nameplate

APPENDIX A—TANK CONFIGURATIONS, DETAILS, AND EXAMPLES

RA.1—Tank configurations

RA.2—Full-containment tanks: typical details

RA.3—Examples of base joint details

APPENDIX B—OFFSHORE CONCRETE TERMINALS

B.1—Scope

B.2—General

B.3—Loads and load combinations

B.4—Concrete and reinforcement materials

B.5—Global and local structural analysis

B.6—Criteria and methodology of concrete sectional design

B.7—Fatigue performance criteria

B.8—Design considerations during construction

transportation, and installation

B.9—Decommissioning

B.10—Design for accidents

APPENDIX C—FATIGUE PERFORMANCE

C.1—Scope

C.2—General

C.3—Fatigue performance criteria

COMMENTARY REFERENCES

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