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OPERATION UNDER USUAL CONDITIONS
Tool Kit, General Mechanics (Rail and Marine) (Item 7, WP 0106 00)
Life Preserver, Vest (Item 31, WP 0104 00)
Gloves, Mens and Womens (Leather Palm) (Item 23, WP 0104 00)
Goggles, Sun, Wind and Dust (safety) (Item 25, WP 0104 00)
Helmet, Safety (Item 27, WP 0104 00)
Crowbar (Item 14, WP 0104 00)
Hammer, Hand (10 lb Sledge) (Item 26, WP 0104 00)
Module ISOPAK Disassembled. (WP 0008 00)
Operation Of Male And Female Guillotine Connectors. (WP 0009 00)
D-Ring/Cloverleaf Fittings And Deck Cleat Fittings Installed. (WP 0010 00)
Module String Assembled. (WP 0011 00)
Intermediate Section Assembled. (WP 0012 00)
Combination Beach/Sea End Section Assembled. (WP 0013 00)
PREPARATION FOR USE - ASSEMBLY OF CAUSEWAY
DETERMINING CAUSEWAY LENGTH
Causeway sections are numbered from the beach seaward.
The requirement for a minimum depth of water (6 ft) plus the tide range at the offshore end of the causeway, the
Sea State and the bottom slope dictate the minimum causeway length. The causeway length depends on how far
offshore the causeway must extend to give the required water depth.
One-half wave height applies at low-tide when it is necessary to have the additional depth in order to have the
minimum 6 ft depth at the bottom of wave troughs.