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Non-dimensional solutions for laterally-loaded piles with soil modulus assumed proportional to depth. Proceedings of the 8th Texas Conference on soil mechanics and foundation engineering. Austin, Texas, 1956, pp. 1-41. 2 Bibliography 1. VASCO COSTA, F. The berthing ship, the effect of impact on the design of fenders and other structures. Dock and Harbour Authority, May, June and July, 1964. 2. Recommendations of the Committee for Waterfront Structures. 4th English edition (6th German), EAU 1980.

C. and MATLOCK, H. Non-dimensional solutions for laterally-loaded piles with soil modulus assumed proportional to depth. Proceedings of the 8th Texas Conference on soil mechanics and foundation engineering. Austin, Texas, 1956, pp. 1-41. 2 Bibliography 1. VASCO COSTA, F. The berthing ship, the effect of impact on the design of fenders and other structures. Dock and Harbour Authority, May, June and July, 1964. 2. Recommendations of the Committee for Waterfront Structures. 4th English edition (6th German), EAU 1980.

3 Hydraulic fenders Hydraulic fenders absorb berthing energy by converting it to potential energy in contained water. In principle a berthing frame compresses a series of rubber water bags which raises the water pressure in a header tank or reservoir remote from the fender. g. ferries, because rebound of the vessel off the berth can be eliminated. 1 Hollow cylindrical (diametrically loaded) fenders a) Advantages: 1) economical; 2) easy to install or replace individual units; 26 © BSI 12-1998 BS 6349-4:1994 3) may be mounted to give cover over a large vertical range.

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