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Ship Construction For Marine Students #5 by E Stokoe (Feb 15 2005)

Year: 1985
Language: english
Genre: Textbook
Edition: 5th
ISBN: 0900335955
Format: PDF
Quality: Scanned pages + text layer
Pages count: 200
Description: PREFACE
This volume covers the majority of the descriptive work in the
Syllabus for Naval Architecture in Part B of the Department of
Transport Examinations for Class 2 and Class l Engineers
together with the ship construction content of the General
Engineering Knowledge papers. It is therefore complementary to
Volume. IV "Naval Architecture for Marine Engineers" and
Volume V111 "General Engineering Knowledge" in the same
series. it will also be found useful by those studying for Mate
and Master's Examinations.
The book is not intended to be comprehensive, but to give an
indication of typical methods of construction. The text is concise
and profusely illustrated. I t is suggested that those engineers
studying at sea should first read part of the text, paying
particular attention to the diagrams, and then compare the
arrangements shown in the book with those on the ship wherever
possible. In this way the student will relate the text to the
structure. The typical Examination Questions are intended as a
revision of the whole work.
The author wishes to acknowledge the considerable assistance
given by his former colleagues and to thefollowing firms for
permission to use their information and drawings: Fibreglass
Ltd. C. M. P. Glands Ltd. Kort Propulsion CO Ltd. Taylor
Pallister & CO Ltd. Swan Hunter Shipbuilders Ltd, Welin Davit
& Engineering CO Ltd. Brown Bros & CO Ltd, Stone Manganese
Marine Ltd. Stone Vickers Ltd and Weir Pumps Ltd.


CHAPTER I- Ship types and terms PAGE
Passenger ships, cargo liners, cargo
tramps, oil tankers, bulk carriers,
colliers, container ships, roll-on/rolloff
vessels, liquefied gas carriers,
chemical carriers. Terms in general
use. 1-14
CHAPTER 2- Stresses in ship structures
Longitudinal bending in still water and
waves, transverse bending, stresses
when docking, panting and pounding. 15-23
CHAPTER 3- Sections used: Welding and materials
Types of rolled steel section used in
shipbuilding. Aluminium sections.
Metallic arc welding, argon arc
welding, types of joint and edge
preparation, advantages and disadvantages,
testing of welds, design of
welded structure. Materials, mild steel,
higher tensile steels, Arctic D steel,
aluminium alloys. Brittle fra3ure. 24-40
CHAPTER 4- Bottom and side framing
Double bottom, internal structure,
duct keel, double bottom in machinery
space. Side framing, tank side
brackets. beam knees, web frames. 4 1 4 9
CHAPTER 5- Shell and decks
Shell plating, bulwarks. Deck plating,
beams, deck girders and pillars, discontinuities,
hatches, steel hatch
covers, watertight hatches. 3+60
c H A m R 6- Bulkheads and deep tanks
Watertight bulkheads, watertight
doors. Deep tanks for water ballast
and for oil. Non-watertight bulkheads,
corrugated bulkheads. 61-72
CHAPTER 7- Fare end arrangements
Stem plating, arrangements to resist
panting, arrangements to resist pounding,
bulbous bow, anchor and cable
arrangements. 73-8 1
CHAPTER 8- After end arrangements
Cruiser stern, transom stern, sternframe
and rudder, fabricated
sternframe, cast steel sternframe,
unbalanced rudder, balanced rudder,
open water stern, spade rudder, rudder
and sternframe for twin screw ship.
Bossings and spectacle frame. Shaft
tunnel. Kort nozzle, fixed node,
nozzle rudder. Tail flaps and rotary
cylinders. 82-98
C H ~ 9R- Oil tankers, bulk caniers, liquefied gas
carriers and container ships
Oil tankers, longitudinal framing,
combined framing, cargo pumping and
piping, crude oil washing. Bulk
carriers, ore carriers. Liquefied gas
carriers, fully pressurised, semipressurised/
partly refrigerated, semipressurised/
fully refrigerated, fully
refrigerated, safety and environmental
c o n t r o l , boil o f f , operating
procedures. Container ships. 99- 122
C ~ 10- RFreebo ard, tonnage, life saving
appliances, fire protection and
Freeboard definitions, basis for
calculation, markings, conditions of
assignment, surveys. Tonnage. 1967
rules, definitions, underdeck, gross
and net tonnage, propelling power
allowance, modified tonnage,
alternative tonnage. 1982 rules, gross
and net tonnage calculation. Life
saving appliances, lifeboats, davits.
Fire protection, definitions, passenger
ships, dry cargo ships, oil tankers.
Classification of ships, assignment of
class, surveys, discontinuities. 123-140
CHAPTER 1 1 - Ship Dynamics
Propellers, wake distribution, blade
loading, controllable pitch propellers,
contra-rotating propellers. vertical axis
propellers. Bow thrusters, controllable
pitch thrusters, hydraulic thrust units.
Rolling and stabilisation, reduction of
roll, bilge keels, fin stabilisers, tank
stabilisers. Vibration, causes and
reduction. 141-158
CHAPTER 1'2- Miscellaneous
Insulation of ships. Corrosion, prevention,
surface preparation, -painting,
cathodic protection, impressed current
system, design and maintenance.
Fouling. Examination in dry dock.
Emergency repairs to structure. Engine
casing. Funnel. 159-175
Selection of Examination Questions -
Class 2 176-180
Selection of Examination Questions -
Class 1 181-187
Index 188- 192
Rating: 4.9 / 5 (Votes: 34)

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