design water depth

design water depth

[di′zīn ′wȯd·ər ‚depth]
(oceanography)
A value based on the sum of the vertical distance from the nominal water level to the ocean bottom and the height of the tides, both astronomical and storm.
The greatest water depth in which an offshore drilling well is able to maintain its operations.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Currently, it has a total land area of 18.8 hectares and 715 meters of quay wall, with a design water depth of up to 16 meters, and thus, the capability to receive global shipping lines' largest container vessels.
It has a total land area of 18.8 hectares and 715 meters of quay wall, with a design water depth of up to 16 meters, and thus the capability to receive the large container vessels of global shipping lines.
The South Port Container Terminal has a land area of 180 hectares and 1.2 meters quay wall, with a design water depth of up to 16 meters.
It has a total land area of 18.8 hectares and 715 meters of quay wall, with a design water depth of up to 16 meters and thus the capability to receive large container vessels of global shipping lines.
200 meters quay wall, with a design water depth of up to 16 meters, thus the capability to receive global shipping lines' largest container vessels.
The port has a 1200 meters quay wall, with a design water depth of up to 16 meters.
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