janataly ® 28-Oct-2012 11:23

The best seamanship - A Guide to Deck Skill's


Language: english
Author: Unknown
Genre: Handbook
Publisher: Unknown
Format: PDF
Quality: Scanned pages
Number of pages: 182
Description: Working on-deck safely is everyone's objective. Typically, seamen learn practical seamanship and various kinds of repair work from their seniors, mainly through on board working. In order to help learn and teach such skills effectively, we have published this guidebook, which is aimed primarily at deck cadets, deck crew, and students who want to become seaman.

Content

Handling ropes
Fiber Rope
Structure.
Rope Type Determined by Lay and Structure
Handling and Stowing Ropes.
Wire Rope.
Structure
Treatment of Wire End
Handling.
Tie of Rope.
Basic Methods
Applied Methods
Making Knots.
Useful Knots.
Treatment of Rope End
Seizing
Serving
Knitting Yams
Block and Tackle
Splice for 3-Strand Rope
Eye Splice.
Eye Splice with a Thimble
Short Splice.
Long Splice
Splice for 8-Strand Rope.
Eye Splice-1.
Eye Splice-2.
Short Splice.
Splice for Double Braided Rope
Eye splice
Short Splice-1
Short Splice-2.
Splice of Wire.
Method.
Thimble-Eye Splicing with 3:Method.
Short Splice with 5:Method.
Basketwork insertion by 5:method
Strand Winding with 4:Method
Beget Splice with One Strand
Beget Splice with Different Size of Ropes.
Eye Splice by Flemish Method
Long Splice.
Canvas works
Tools.
Canvas
Needles.
Threads. Seaming Twine
1Other Tools
Measuring and Cutting
Sewing
Stitch
Beginning with Making a Overhand Knot.
Connecting Twine
Ending with Making a Overhand Knot or Sew Twice the Same Point
Sewing
Chipping & painting
Safety Equipments.
Chipping Goggles
Dust Mask.
Ear Plug
Vibration-proofing Gloves.
Chipping
Chipping Tools
Procedures of Chipping
Painting
Paint.
Preparation for Painting
Brush Painting
Air Spray Painting.
Airless Spray Painting
Non-slip Paint.
Stowing Paint.
Precautions for Mixing Type Paint
Mooring & unmooring
Mooring Line
Purpose of Mooring Line
Handling of Mooring Rope.
Deck Watch-keeper
Holdling of Mooring Line.
Tonsberg and Mandal Shackles.
Tug Line Handling
Anchor Work.
Procedure of Anchoring (By Hydraulic Oil Driven Windlass)
Procedure of Heaving in Chain and Anchor.
How lo Correct Twisted Chains
Painting Shackle Mark of Anchor Chain
Mooring to Conventional Buoy
Tools / Equipments.
Preparation for Mooring to Buoy
Implementation of Buoy Mooring.
Releasing Buoy Chain.
Connect Anchor.
Mooring to SBM
Tools and Equipments Needed
Preparation
Making SBM Rope Fast.
Unmooring from SBM.
Accommodation Ladder
Preparation
Greasing Deck Machinery
Grease Gun and Hose.
Working aloft
Safety Measurers
Precautions on Working Aloft.
Check Items
Safety Belt and Life Line
Boatswain's Chair.
Setting
Descending
Stage Board.
Setting.
Hanging.
Pilot ladder
Required Boarding Arrangements for Pilot
Emergent Repair of Pilot Ladder.
Emergent Step Board.
Replacement of Step Board.
Replacement of Side Rope
Making a Pilot Ladder.
Preparation.
Assembling
Repair works
Cargo and Ballast Valve.
Valve/Valve Shaft Stick.
Gland Packing.
Seat Ring of Butterfly Valve
Emergency Repair of Pipe
Dresser Packing.
Emergency Repair of Pip*- Hole.
Air Motor.
Instructions by Manufacture.
Disassembling and Assembling
Faucet.
Type of a Faucet
Structure.
Repair
Size
Washbasin.
Flush valve for Sanitary System.
Repair of the Shower Tools
Door Lock.

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