in addition to the data i have stated before, you need to know the maximum strenght allowed by the classification society, when it is a direct calculation. then you do the process in reverse: you know the sigma and the modulus of the beam. you can calculate the maximum bending moment in the beam and thus the maximum load/m2 that deck can support.
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the ship structure subcommittee acts for the ship structure committee on technical matters by providing technical coordination for the determination of goals and objectives of the program, and by evaluating and interpreting the results in terms of ship structural design, construction and operation.
the captain or master is the ship's highest responsible officer, acting on behalf of the ship's owner. whether the captain is a member of the deck department or not is a matter of some controversy, and generally depends on the opinion of an individual captain. when a ship has a third mate, the captain does not stand watch.
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m.ventura ro/ro ships 26. internal ramps. the slope of the internal ramps is normally between 1 :7 to 1 : 10 abt. 8 6 and the width should be carefully selected in relation to the cargo stowed at each deck. widths between 7 and 12 meters are used in the large ships anti-skid surfaces are important.
through the ship's, or deck house, for light or ventilation. amidships----at or near the midship section of the ship. anchor---- a heavy hook-shaped device for holding a ship at rest in water. the anchor grips the ocean bottom and is fastened to the ship by a chain. angle clip---- a short piece of angle bar. angle collar----a ring made of angle bar.
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the ship structure committee is constituted to prosecute a research program to improve the hull structure of ships and other marine structures by an extension of knowledge pertaining to design, materials and methods of construction.
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freeboard of the ship freeboard is the vertical distance from the waterline to the uppermost continuous deck which is also known as freeboard deck . if there is no freeboard, the deck will be on water line
as the shell above and below the waterline, and the weather deck. there is no system on a ship that has such enormous potential to cause fire, pollution, flooding or even total loss. the majority of ships pipes are constructed of ferrous material, which comes under attack from all forms of corrosion. as a ship ages, so does the piping system.
a ship's ladder is a specific style of stairway initially used on ships. since ships have limited deck space, ship builders had to design stairs with unusually steep slopes. these stairs became known as ship's stairs or ship's ladders. the occupational safety and health administration calls these stairs ship's ladders.
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a deck cadet or trainee navigational officer or nautical apprentice is an apprentice who has to learn the basic duties of a deck officer onboard a ship. deck cadets after sufficient sea time and exams attain certificate of competency of oicnw.
xp is the p quantile of the variable x. one may denote x p as the lower p quantile of x, or alternatively as the upper 1 p quantile of x. b 300 ship types 301 a passenger ship is a ship which carries more than 12 passengers. 302 a cargo ship is any ship which is not a passenger ship.
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spring lines should be parallel to the longitudinal axis of the ship. vertical angle of mooring to be kept at minimum. in general larger ships with more available deck area have more options. smaller ships or ones with cargo on deck mooring space is limited.
slide 4 of 5. few more depth: the depth of the ship varies along the length. but the depth of the ship is taken as the distance between the undersides of the deck amid ship to the bottom of the keel. you might not get an exact value of depth as the hull is symmetrical and the depth varies thorough out the ship.
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the basics of pipes and bends on ships page 6 in pipes, all the fittings can be matched by nominal size and schedule. for example a schedule 40 one inch pipe will have fittings specified by the same name. these pipe fittings would not fit a 1 tube. pipe is always round or cylindrical. tubes may be square, rectangular and cylindrical.
deck girder - longitudinal member of the deck frame deck longitudinal stringer - girders running along the sides of the ship - typically smaller than a longitudinal - provides longitudinal strength .primary roleof longitudinal members : resist the longitudinal bending stress due to sagging and hogging
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using basic naval architecture dings, the article explains the various aspects of a ship design. moreover, it is very important that one knows the basic dimensioning terms that are extremely important for ship construction, not only for understanding the dings but also to provide more efficiency to the work.
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deck load design and calculations - part 1. part 2. if you are planning on building a raised deck, as shown in figure 1, it is important to determine the quantity, positioning and size of the deck support columns that will support the load of the deck, the dead load, and the load which is created by the things that will go on the deck, including you and your guests which is the live load.