Oil Loading Terminal Pakning Sumatra

by B. Silveston,

Serial Information: Journal of the Waterways and Harbors Division, 1959, Vol. 85, Issue 1, Pg. 89-98

Document Type: Journal Paper


Terminal, designed to accommodate simultaneously two 50,000 dw ton tankers, consists of wharf supported on steel piles in deep water about 1800 ft off-shore; 22 in. diam submarine pipeline delivers crude oil from shore to wharf; paper describes construction of wharf, pipeline, fender system and means employed to protect steel in structure against corrosion.

Subject Headings: Steel pipes | Oil pipelines | Load factors | Steel piles | Steel construction | Steel structures | Underwater pipelines | Pipe piles

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