Harbour layout, Civil Engineering

Harbour Layout:

A harbour has the following constituent parts:

(a)        An entrance channel, 100-300 m wide

(b)       A turning basin, dia 400-600 m

(c)        A breakwater, which protects the harbour from waves

(d)       Docks, where ships berth

Figure gives a typical layout of a harbour.

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Figure:  Harbour Layout

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