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INTRODUCTION In the present document the holding power of Smit brackets to the hull structures during the tug

mooring to the barge as well as during the towing conditions, is inspected. The strength calculation of fastening of the bollard and capstan to the hull structures of the poop deck.

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1. STRENGTH TEST FOR THE CONSTRUCTIONS CUTTING PROVIDING THE SMIT BRACKET SECURING 1.1. STRENGTH TEST OF THE SMIT BRACKET KNEES WELDING TO THE WELDED-IN PLATE The calculation is being made for the test load = 1200 kN. The Smit brackets knees are welded to the reinforced plate by means of 8 weld seam with 8mm leg. Tangential stresses of the walls cutting of the Smit bracket knees are subject to the weld seams.
max =
P 6 1200 10 3 6 10 = 10 = 25 MPa < [] = 140 MPa. fc 0,04864

Where fc = (0,54 + 0,54 + 0,2)(0,03 + 0,008) = 0,04864 m 2 area of the knees walls cutting subject to the weld seams, m 2 (cutting is taken in the middle of the weld seam leg) see fig.1. The wall thickness of the Smit bracket knee is 30mm, the weld seam leg is 8mm, total length of the knee welding to the reinforced plate 1,28m. P = 1200 kN test load of the Smit bracket.

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Fig. 1. Fastening of Smit bracket knees to the reinforced welded-in plate Working normal stresses are accepted according to the Rules of RMRS -2005 (Part III, it. 5.7.3) that are equal to a half of ultimate strength of the hull material (36 steel ultimate strength according to the ABS-2004, is 490 MPa). [] = 0,5 = 0,5490 = 245 MPa. Working tangential stresses are accepted as [] = 0,57[] = 0,57245 = 140 MPa.

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If length of the Smit bracket knees welding to the reinforced welded-in plate is 1,28m the maximal tangential stresses of the walls cutting of the Smit bracket knees are = 25 Mpa that is less than working stresses [] = 140 MPa. 1.2. STRENGTH TEST OF REINFORCEMENTS STIFFENERS WELDING TO THE WELDED-IN PLATE OF THE SMIT BRACKET The calculation is made for the test load = 1200 kN. The stiffeners of the reinforcements are welded to the reinforced plate by means of 8 weld seam with 6mm leg. Tangential stresses of the walls cutting of the reinforcements are subject to the weld seams
max =
P 6 1200 103 6 10 = 10 = 56 MPa < [] = 114 MPa. fc 0,02125

Where fc = (0,625 0,01 +0,625 0,012 + 1,25 0,006) = 0,02125 m 2 area of the reinforcements walls cutting subject to the weld seams, m 2 (cutting is taken in the middle of the weld seam leg) see fig.2. The wall thickness of the reinforcements is 10 and 12mm, the weld seam leg is 6mm, total length of the reinforcements welding to the reinforced plate 1,25m P = 1200 kN test load of the Smit bracket.
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Fig. 2. Fastening of reinforcing ribs to the reinforced welded-in plate Working normal stresses are accepted according to the Rules of RMRS -2005 (Part III, it. 5.7.3) that are equal to a half of ultimate strength of the hull material (average carbon steel ultimate strength according to the ABS-2004, is 400 MPa). [] = 0,5 = 0,5400 = 200 MPa.

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Working tangential stresses are accepted as [] = 0,57[] = 0,57200 = 114 MPa. If length of the reinforcements welding to the reinforced welded-in plate is 1,25m the maximal tangential stresses of the walls cutting of the reinforcements are = 56 MPa that is less than working stresses [] = 114 MPa. 2. STRENGTH TEST OF REINFORCEMENTS FOR BOLLARDS The calculation is made for the test load = 400 kN. The stiffeners of the reinforcements are welded to the deck plating by means of 3 weld seam with 6mm leg. Tangential stresses of the walls cutting of the reinforcements are subject to the weld seams
max =
P 6 400 10 3 6 10 = 10 = 8 MPa < [] = 114 MPa. fc 0,0504

Where fc = (2,8 0,012 +2,8 0,006) = 0,0504 m2 area of the reinforcements walls cutting subject to the weld seams, m 2 (cutting is taken in the middle of the weld seam leg) see fig.3. The wall thickness of the reinforcements is 12mm, the weld seam leg is 6mm, total length of the reinforcements welding to the reinforced plate 2,8m P = 400 test load of the bollard.
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Fig. 3. Scheme of the bollard reinforcements


Working normal stresses are accepted according to the Rules of RMRS -2005 (Part III, it. 5.7.3) that are equal to a half of ultimate strength of the hull material (average carbon steel ultimate strength according to the ABS-2004, is 400 MPa). [] = 0,5 = 0,5400 = 200 MPa.

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Working tangential stresses are accepted as [] = 0,57[] = 0,57200 = 114 MPa. If length of the reinforcements welding to the deck plating is 2,8m the maximal tangential stresses of the walls cutting of the reinforcements are = 8 MPa that is less than working stresses [] = 114 MPa. 3. STRENGTH TEST OF REINFORCEMENTS FOR CAPSTANS The calculation is made for the capstan test load = 50 kN taken subject to dynamicresponse factor at possible rope jerk k = 5. The stiffeners of the reinforcements are welded to the deck plating by means of 3 weld seam with 6mm leg and 3 weld seam with 5mm leg. Tangential stresses of the walls cutting of the reinforcements are subject to the weld seams
max =
P 6 250 10 3 6 10 = 10 = 6 MPa < [] = 114 MPa. fc 0,03878

Where fc = (1,52 0,011 +1,4 0,01+1,52 0,003+1,4 0,0025) = 0,03878 m2 area of the reinforcements walls cutting subject to the weld seams, m 2 (cutting is taken in the middle of the weld seam leg) see fig.4. The wall thickness of the reinforcements is 11 and

10mm, the weld seam leg is 6 and 5mm, total length of the reinforcements welding to the reinforced plate 2,92m P = 250 test load of the capstan.

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Fig. 4. Scheme of the capstan reinforcement


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Working normal stresses are accepted according to the Rules of RMRS -2005 (Part III, it. 5.7.3) that are equal to a half of ultimate strength of the hull material (average carbon steel ultimate strength according to the ABS-2004, is 400 MPa). [] = 0,5 = 0,5400 = 200 MPa. Working tangential stresses are accepted as [] = 0,57[] = 0,57200 = 114 MPa. If length of the reinforcements welding to the deck plating is 2,92m the maximal tangential stresses of the walls cutting of the reinforcements are = 6 MPa that is less than working stresses [] = 114 MPa.

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CONCLUSIONS The performed calculations of the reinforcements elements strength have shown that their strength meets the requirements of the ABS Rules -2004, ABS Rules -2003 for the barges as well as the RMRS Rules-2005.

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