voyageur800 ® 01-May-2019 22:08

US Navy - Ferro - cement boat building manual

Year: 1972
Language: english
Author: Us Navy
Genre: Manual
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 400
Description: There has been a big increase in the use of cement for the construction of boat hulls.
These hulls are commonly referred to as Ferro-Cement. They are constructed from a
combination of fine wire, small diameter reinforcing bars and sand-cement mortar.
The rapidly increasing popularity of these craft is deserved for the construction tech-
niques used to build these vessels are simple and easily learned. The materials used to
build the hulls are economical and readily available all over the world. Further, the
hulls are practical, durable and easily maintained.
This series of manuals has been prepared specifically as a training aid and guide for
ferro-cement construction. It covers the two basic construction methods currently in
use – the upright welded cage and the inverted wood mold techniques.




Rating: 5 / 5 (Votes: 10)
Arcan 02-May-2019 17:50
voyageur800, Contents is not a description of book. Put under spoiler "Contents" screenshots with index of the book or type in it as a text.
BTW for screenshots it's better to use this software
GOOGLE BOT 02-May-2019 17:50
voyageur800 ® 02-May-2019 21:30
Arcan, I think torrent announce objectively looks good and your reply is only personal opinion which I may take under consideration.Thanks!

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