Seamanship techniques

Seamanship Techniques 2011 E Part 2 pps

Seamanship Techniques 2011 E Part 2 pps
... Pass the end of the wire messenger up through the hawse pipe of the sleeping cable and secure it to the end of the sleeping cable Heave away on the wire messenger, and at the same time ease out ... be provided to prevent persons being injured by the lead pellet being expelled from the recess Once the spile pin is removed, the stud can be extracted; the two halves of the shackle can then ... together when the ship was at sea In bygone days the sailors used to sleep in the fo’c’sle head area, and the banging cables tended to keep them awake Hence they were lashed secure The more up-to-date...
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Seamanship Techniques 2011 E Part 3 docx

Seamanship Techniques 2011 E Part 3 docx
... could be expected when employing a single sheetbend is required It is used whenever human life needs safeguarding, for example when securing a bosun’s chair to a gantline (see Figure 3. 16) Timber ... ‘over one, under one’ The operation of splitting the strands effectively reduces the cross-sectional diameter of the splice, and the two half tucks produce the desired tapered effect After the ... When wire rope is to be joined to a fibre rope, then the fibre rope should be fitted with a thimble, so preventing chafe and wear about the eye Wire ropes should never be led across fibre ropes...
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Seamanship Techniques 2011 E Part 4 pdf

Seamanship Techniques 2011 E Part 4 pdf
... on the load to be lifted, the vessel can be expected to heel over once the lift moves off the fore and aft line Therefore, heads of departments should be given ample warning of an expected list, ... the chain preventer on to the union plate, mousing the shackle Come back on the winch, lowering the derrick to the required height Secure the chain preventer when the derrick reaches the desired ... wire messenger about the derrick head and to remove the clamp holding the derrick to the mast Once the clamp has been removed, the weight should be taken on the messenger to break out the derrick...
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Seamanship Techniques 2011 E Part 6 ppt

Seamanship Techniques 2011 E Part 6 ppt
... the system to ensure that the speed is not exceeded Bowsing in Tackles Small rope tackles, usually double luff, these are secured between the foot of the davit aboard the parent vessel and the ... senhouse slip and clearing away the securing link Once the slip and bottle screw are released, the gripe can be passed back over the boat and the end cleared However, some gripes are interconnected ... of the release mechanism or the propeller Except in the vicinity of the rudder and propeller, a buoyant lifeline shall be becketed around the outside of the lifeboat (see ropework in lifeboats)...
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Seamanship Techniques 2011 E Part 8 potx

Seamanship Techniques 2011 E Part 8 potx
... flexible steel wire rope and a non-flexible steel wire rope? A flexible wire will have more wires per strand and a fibre heart running through the centre Non-flexible wires not possess the fibre heart ... ordering the helmsman to apply helm to change the ship’s course to whatever is stated ‘State when the vessel stops steering’, or when vessel no longer responds to helm movement because she has ... not be more than nine steps Each batten must be made of ash, oak or similar material, free of knots 18 Seamanship Techniques Falls The two separate flexible steel wire rope falls should be resistant...
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Seamanship Techniques 2011 E Part 9 docx

Seamanship Techniques 2011 E Part 9 docx
... in deep water a returning echo is received after the stylus has completed one revolution Speed and Depth Multiple echoes These are caused by the transmitted pulse being reflected several times ... between the sea bed and the water surface before its energy is dispersed Such multiple reflection may cause multiple echoes to be recorded on the trace of the sounding machine They can, however, ... reflected from the sea bed and then reflected back from the surface of the water before being received by the transducer A double echo is always weaker than the true echo, and can be expected to...
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Seamanship Techniques 2011 E Part 10 ppsx

Seamanship Techniques 2011 E Part 10 ppsx
... Sources of reference: Rules 21 and 22, Annex 1, and Surveyors’ Instructions 98 Seamanship Techniques RULE 23 Green Green Red Green Red Red Red Green Figure 5.8 Power-driven vessel’s lights as seen ... place No sound signals need be given by either vessel, because there Preventing Collisions at Sea 91 is no requirement for the vessel being overtaken to alter her course or speed or change her ... then the vessel may be expected to roll somewhat slowly and independently of the waves The vessel will probably experience only moderate angles of roll, and the waves may be expected to break...
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Seamanship Techniques 2011 E Part 11 pdf

Seamanship Techniques 2011 E Part 11 pdf
... reference: Rules 22, 27 and Annex 1, Section 106 Seamanship Techniques Red, white, red, all-round lights shown where they can best be seen Red Green Range miles Red Green Vessel less than 50 m in length ... the shapes’ dimensions may be less than those given, but must be commensurate with the size of the vessel Distance between shapes may also be correspondingly reduced 118 Seamanship Techniques ... to manoeuvre, namely red, white, red, all-round lights, range or miles Green Vessels engaged in replenishment at sea, restricted in their ability to manoeuvre Sources of reference: Rules 3, 27,...
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Seamanship Techniques 2011 E Part 12 pps

Seamanship Techniques 2011 E Part 12 pps
... KM represents the distance between the keel and the metacentre, KG represents the distance between the keel and the centre of gravity of the vessel C MAN OVERBOARD The actions of the officer of ... (tonnes) = MCTC × t L where MCTC t represents the moment to change trim one centimetre, represents the trim in centimetres on entering the drydock, L represents the distance between the centre of ... considerable time to secure In an emergency it may even prove impossible to secure against water pressure on one side Regular and extensive maintenance is required on the clips to ensure they are free...
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Seamanship Techniques 2011 E Part 13 potx

Seamanship Techniques 2011 E Part 13 potx
... side of the vessel exposed to the wind Seas may be seen to break over the weather side as opposed to the lee side, which is the sheltered, favoured side of the vessel Yaw Wind and sea astern ... between the speed of the vessel and the speed of the engine It is always expressed as a percentage: Propeller slip = Actual forward speed (per cent) Theoretical forward speed The calculated value of ... been received, and whether acknowledgment has been sent by other vessels, together with the positions of the vessel in distress and would-be rescue craft The Master will cause an entry to be...
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Seamanship Techniques 2011 E Part 14 pot

Seamanship Techniques 2011 E Part 14 pot
... Panama leads are clearly visible, one of them a centre lead Triple roller fairleads are to be seen on either bow Speed over the ground should be 4–5 knots, preferred depth of water being dependent ... decisive sheer to one side or the other Rudder effect may also be reduced by turbulence caused by a reaction from the sea bottom Area of bank cushion effect Vessel experiences a massive Area of sheer ... fixed system in emergency generator rooms of the diesel-operated type Fixed dry powder systems are frequently found in emergency diesel generator rooms The dry powder smothers the surface of the...
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Seamanship Techniques 2011 E Part 15 pot

Seamanship Techniques 2011 E Part 15 pot
... and good weather prevailed at the time However, over large areas the time required to establish the barrier was found to be excessive, and barrier equipment needed to encircle a large area would ... regarding the anchor arrangements for large vessels has come from experience gained on smaller vessels In many respects the experience has been transferable, but in other areas new concepts of safe handling ... have been given that a responsible person be in attendance at the entrance to the compartment, the person entering the space should show their completed card to that person before entering Entry...
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Seamanship Techniques 2011 E Part 16 pdf

Seamanship Techniques 2011 E Part 16 pdf
... five (5) crew Can the Safety Officer resign? No Unlike a safety representative who is elected by the crew Safety representatives can be replaced by the crew electing another person to replace ... chambers, 168 , 172 deadwood, 168 filling piece, 168 gangboard, 168 garboard strake, 168 gunwale, 168 , 169 , 172 gunwale capping, 168 hardwood chock, 168 hog piece, 168 keel, 168 , 172 keelson, 168 ... 53 Recovering boats, 197, 198 Red ensign, 259 Reefer cargo, 158 160 Reefer ship, 12 Reefing sails, 202, 203 Reef knot, 70, 71 Refrigerants, 159 Release gear-boats, 184, 185 Render cable, 44 Rescue...
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Seamanship Techniques 2 Episode 1 pptx

Seamanship Techniques 2 Episode 1 pptx
... 55 15 18 21 49 54 53 24 27 29 31 34 37 40 43 45 48 51 54 31 17 42 36 37 33 16 35 38 32 30 34 46 39 44 50 40 F 58 41 24 29 28 27 25 51 23 22 13 19 21 F 26 52 14 20 18 10 11 16 12 15 Figure 1 .20 ... centre Shopping arcade Information Gents Luggage P&S Gents Ladies 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 22 Deck Handicapped cabin P&S Store Lashing gear Car DK vent Car ... Rigging of gyn Hand signals Calculating stresses in derricks by empirical formula 11 7 11 8 12 1 12 4 12 5 12 5 12 7 12 7 12 7 CARGO AND HATCHWORK Conventional hatch Conventional hold Steel hatch cover General...
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