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Maritime english for electromechanics


Year: 2002
Language: english
Author: Alina Minea
Genre: Textbook
Edition: -
ISBN: -
Format: PDF
Quality: Scan + OCR
Pages count: 100
Description: During Ms. Alina MINEA Ph.D. Lecturer, Maritime English for Electromechanics. Courscbook for the third year of study, structural in zccc capitolc / unit is mainly intended for students from specialitatca elcctromecanicà shipping from cursurilc day or I freeventà reduced, IH th year of study.
The book of the fl dovedeçte an important panza training but training for future specialiçti the Naval Electromechanics.
The paper proposes ICI / .voltarea comprehension, but achiziponarc of spccialitatc in terms of liinba English, whose carrier is the first cunoaçterc but importants in this area.
Addressing terminology is from general to particular, bowing from the general cntarca prez-ounce ships pàrplc components, to move then to detailing the various types of commercial vessels, a special chapter dcdicat I navclor auxiliary. A special imitated is reserved dcscricrii building a ship in a naval gantier.
Aspccte important viefii Marc, I cchipaj prccum armarca ship. indatoririlc ofitcrilor watchkeeping cunoaçtcrca safety measures on board, means of fire prevention. they were neither ignored.
Last chapters familiarizes the student with comparlimcntul milled by presenting the means of propulsion (engine. I steam or gas turbine) turbine sc recurçc in their description of the parts but how f'unctionare.
Comprehension is facilitated by cuvintc lists that confine terms of spccialitatc, but prccum graficc schemes but images on the elements studied.
Technical perspective is doubled but the linguistic presenting some vocabulary at the end of each UNITAPE, accstca aimed at fast but effective use of the various structures or terminology written in the talk.
This paper believes that representative / first but useful study material intercsant. Given the fact that there is currently enough literature in English available in this important area.

Contents

1. Shipping.....................................................................13
1.1. History of shipping...,.....................................................13
1.2. Shipping industry...........................................................14
1.3. How merchant ships operate..................................................14
1.4. Vocabulary..................................................................15
1.5. Terms relating to ship’s hull...............................................17
1.6. Suffixes for nouns..........................................................17
2. Ship Types........................
2.1. Types of ships:..............
• general cargo ship..............
• dry bulk ship...................
• container ship..................
• barge carrying ship.............
• oil tanker......................
• LNG carrier.....................
• cruise ship.....................
• ferries.........................
• roll-on/roll-off ships..........
2.2. Vocabulary...................
2.3. Terms relating to the ship’s hull.
2.4. Suffixes for adjectives......
3. Auxiliary Ships............................................................31
3.1. Warships..................................................................31
3.2. Service vessels......................................................... 31
• Tugs........................................................................31
• Dredgers....................................................................31
• Ice-breakers................................................................32
• Lightships..................................................................32
• Lifeboats.....................................................................33
• Pilot launches................................................................33
• Barges...................................................................... 33
• Trawlers......................................................................35
• Drill Ships...................................................................36
3.3. Vocabulary..................................................................36
3.4. Terms related to ship’s hull and ship’s dimensions..........................37
3.5. List of ship types..........................................................38
3.6. Prefixes....................................................................39
4. Ship Construction............................................................41
4.1. Building ships.............................................................41
4.2. Vocabulary.................................................................42
4.3. Terms related to ship construction.........................................44
4.4. Terms relating to the hull.................................................44
4.5. Compounds..................................................................45
5. Manning and Watchkeeping.....................................................47
5.1. Short history...............................................................47
. The organization of a ship’s crew............................................47
. Watchkeeping and equipment operation in the engine department................48
.Terms relating to position in a ship.........................................51
. Description of a modem cargo ship............................................51
. Vocabulary...................................................................52
5.7. Prepositions of place.......................................................52
6. Safety Aboard................................................................55
6.1. Safe working practices......................................................55
6.2. Expressing obligation/command............................................. 56
6.3. If Clause...................................................................57
6.4. Terms relating to life-saving appliances....................................58
6.5. Terms relating to life-boats................................................62
6.6. Prepositions of time........................................................62
7. Fire Fighting................................................................65
7.1. Fire-fighting stages........................................................65
7.2. Fire-fighting equipment.....................................................67
• Soda-acid extinguisher...................................................... 67
• Foam extinguisher.............................................................68
• Carbon dioxide extinguisher...................................................69
• Dry powder extinguisher.......................................................70
• Fire main.....................................................................71
• Automatic water spray.........................................................71
• Foam systems..................................................................72
• Carbon dioxide flooding....................................................73
• Inert gas..................................................................75
• Funnel gas inerting........................................................75
• Halon system...............................................................76
7.3. Fire-fighting strategy...................................................76
• Accommodation..............................................................77
• Training and awamess.......................................................78
• Breathing apparatus........................................................79
7.4. Vocabulary...............................................................80
7.5.Shapes.....................................................................81
8. Propulsion.................................................................83
8.1. Diesel engine............................................................83
8.2. Steam turbine............................................................84
8.3. Gas turbine..............................................................85
8.4. Nuclear plant............................................................85
8.5. Vocabulary: General arrangement of the engine compartment................87
8.6. Size and dimension.......................................................87
9. Steam Turbine..............................................................89
9.1. Turbine types............................................................89
9.2. Turbine construction.....................................................92
9.3. Vocabulary................................................................96
9.4. Form of words............................................................97
10. Lubricating oil system for turbines................................... 99
10.1. Expansion arrangements.................................................100
10.2. Turbine control........................................................100
10.3. Turbine protection.....................................................101
10.4. Gearing................................................................101
10.5. Operating procedures...................................................103
10.6. Vocabulary.............................................................105
10.7. Homonyms...............................................................106
Bibliography............................................................... .109

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