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Ship Construction (Chief Mate course)


Year: 20XX
Language: english
Author: Captain S.A Hosseini
Genre: Technical book
Publisher: I.R.I.S.L Training institute
Edition: -
ISBN: -
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 118
Description: · Ship Building Materials
· Welding
· Bulkhead
· Watertight doors
· Corrosion & its Prevention
· Survey & Dry Docking
· SOLAS Requirements

Contents

CHAPTER -1 SHIP BUILDINGMATERIALS Pages
Part- A Introduction to Metal 1
1.1- Chemical property of metals 1
1.2- The physical property of metals 1
1.3- Mechanical properties of metals (Loading- Stress and Strain- Deformation) 2
1.4- Tensile Properties (Yield Point- Ultimate Tensile Strength- Hardness…..) 4
Part- B Ship Building Materials 11
1.1- Common Metallic Materials 12
1.2- Steel 12
1.3- Aluminium alloys 21
CHAPTER- 2 WELDING 25
2.1 Welding and its Advantages 25
2.2 Flux and its function 25
2.3 Welding positions 27
2.4 Types ofWelding 30
2.5 Distortion due to Welding 38
2.6 Weld faults 43
2.7 Testing welds 45
2.8 Edge preparations 48
CHAPTER-3 BULKHEADS 52
3.1- Definitions 52
3.2-Watertight, Non-Watertight and oil tight Bulkheads 53
3.3- Construction of watertight bulkheads 56
3.4- Longitudinal passing through bulkhead 61
3.5- Regulations regarding openings in a watertight bulkhead 61
3.6- Watertight floors 62
3.7- Oil tight Bulkheads 62
3.8- Testing ofW/T Bulkheads/Tanks 64
SHIP CONSTRUCTION, Chief Mate Course
I.R.I.S.L TRAINING INSTITUTE
CHAPTER-4 WATERTIGHT & WEATHERTIGHT DOORS 66
4.1- Watertight/ Weathertight doors Types and function 66
4.2- Watertight doors door types 72
4.3- Watertight door testing 72
4.4- Operations, Inspections & Drills Involving Watertight Doors 72
4.5- Openings in watertight bulkheads 73
4.6- Openings in the shell plating 74
4.7- Cargo Doors (side doors) 75
CHAPTER-5 CORROSION AND ITS PREVENTION 77
5.1- Definitions 77
5.2- Types of corrosion 77
5.3- Treatment of Steel 82
5.4- Methods of Corrosion Control 83
5.5- Enhanced structural protection 89
5.6- Corrosion & its prevention by good design 90
5.7- Related Regulations / Convention on Paint 90
CHAPTER-6 CLASSIFICATION, SURVEY & DRY DOCKING 93
6.1 Classification society 93
6.2 Ships Classification 94
6.3 Classification Surveys 96
6.4 Survey Items 98
CHAPTER -7 SOLAS REQUIREMENTS 102
7.1 Structural, mechanical and electrical requirements for ships 102
7.2 Electrical installations 102
7.3 Subdivision and stability 104
7.4 Definitions 106
7.5 Suppression of fire 108
7.6 Structural Fire Protection 111

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