Revision of Army Technical Manual /NAVFAC P/AFR , Force Manual (AFM) (TM ) (Department of the Air Force, ). manual TM , NAVFAC P, and AFM 88 This document generally has the most conservative criteria. It has been updated recently with some. Download Citation on ResearchGate | Summary of Changes and Availability of the Revised TM NAVFAC P, AFM “Design of Structures to.
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The approval will apply to the specific project for which the special design use was requested and will not apply to other projects 882-2 a similar application. Route Reconnaissance and Classification. Other materials will be considered subject to acceptance by the appropriate headquarters provided any special requirements such as bedding, etc.
Loading for military vehicles will be in accordance with TM and FM Mooring Design Physical and Empirical Data. Particular attention will be given to wind, seismic, 888-22, and fatigue loads on cablesupported structures and other similar force-oscillating structures.
STRUCTURAL DESIGN CRITERIA FOR STRUCTURES OTHER THAN BUILDINGS ARMY TM 5-809-6
Designs will conform to the general concepts and practices of the proper design specification listed in this manual. Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning. Submarine affm will be properly designed and anchored against undersea current and underwater tow.
Much of the blast and fragment technology developed for. Steel tanks to store liquefied gases at or near atmospheric pressures will be designed in accordance with API Equipment foundations will be designed in accordance with xfm practices; the safety factor for stability against overturning and for resistance against sliding will be as set forth in paragraph Blast-resistant design is often required in conjunction with the construction of weapons system facilities, both developmental and operational, as af as for structures designed to resist the effects of intentional attack.
Other acceptable standard design methods or concepts may also be used. Substation structures and equipment. Xfm and supports Design requirements for pipelines and their supports will depend on the nature of the material being transported and the materials used for construction.
88-222 consideration will be given to possible load increases which can result from irregularities in alignment of the support system over which the structures will be moved, e. Typical anchored bulkhead type structures are anchored bulkhead waterfront structures, soldier beam amf lagging systems, braced walls, and slurry walls when anchored near their top. Additional design guidance will be obtained from applicable design agency reference documents and the Handbook of Concrete Engineering by Fintel.
The safety factor will be at least 1. In particular, a detailed procedure for the use of TM5- is In any case, appropriate allowance will be made for movement and restraint to conform with the assumptions made in the pipe system flexibility analysis.
Selection of materials of construction for tanks in which liquids are to be stored will consider the environmental conditions to which the tank will be exposed as well as the properties of the liquid being stored. In general, requirements for materials used in structures other than buildings will be in accordance with paragraph a unless prior approval is obtained from the appropriate headquarters.
Care will be taken to assure that the natural frequency of supports is sufficiently offset from the operating frequency of avm equipment so that there is no danger of objectionable or damaging resonant vibration.
A proper drainage system will be provided for the following conditions or locations: Large-scale ductwork refers to ductwork typically associated with major supply air and hot gas conveyances, e.
Intake and discharge structures Intake and discharge structures, such as for power plants and pumping stations, will be designed to sustain wave forces, hydrostatic pressures, earth pressures, surcharges, and other superimposed loads.
The amount of trash, debris, or seaweed expected to accumulate in intake structures will be the primary consideration in deciding whether or not a continuously cleaning mechanical traveling screen will be used.
If constructed of concrete, design of these types of structures will be in accordance with ACIHandbook of Concrete 888-22 by Fintel, and Silos: General Criteria for Waterfront Construction.
Additional considerations apply to tank design depending on the type of tank and other factors as discussed in the following.
Foundations and Earth Structures. Fiber Reinforced Concrete Properties and 888-22. For granular materials a. Pipeline support structures, sluice gates, equipment foundations, and other miscellaneous structures will be designed in accordance with criteria given elsewhere in this manual and current standard practices.
Open canopies include unenclosed roofed areas and one- two- and three-sided enclosures. For individual leg foundations, the weight of the foundation alone not considering weight of the earth cover will provide a minimum safety factor of 1. Reinforced Concrete in Blast-Hardened Structures. Types of structures not covered include dams and pavements for which guidance can be found in other manuals.
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Underground structures Underground structures associated with electrical and communication systems, e. Concrete properties will be selected to suit the expected conditions. Dockside Utilities for Ship Afmm. The following are amoung the references applicable to structural design fot tanks in addition to those indicated above: Documents Flashcards Grammar checker.
Design Handbook-Precast and Prestressed Concrete. General This chapter deals primarily with those types of specialty structures which have potential application in military construction.
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Site wave studies will be performed to determine the effect of wave action on structures. Wherever possible, standard, easy-to-get materials sfm be specified. Type H modified or Type V sulfate resisting cement will be used for concrete exposed to salt water or similar environments.
Design methods and stresses will be as appropriate for the material used for the supporting structure.
Effects of Accidental Explosions, Army TM 5 – conservatively predicted the blast pressure loadings obtained from the pressure transducers mounted on the Except for foundation elements, a structure or any of its elements will be designed to provide a minimum safety factor of 2. 888-22 and Handbooks Suresh C. Design of light poles, flag poles, and sign supports will be in accordance with the special provisions for such structures set forth in ANSI A