Drawing Standard of Hull Assembly

Drawing Standard of Hull Assembly

(1) FWD, AFT, PORT, STB’D, Inboard, Outboard, Top and BTM on drawing denote the direction when the ship is in ordinary condition. (2) Looking Port : Condition from an angle of “A” -“A” (ELEV., side drawing) (3) Looking Down : Condition from an angle of “B”-“B” (PLAN., plane drawing) (4) Looking FWD : Condition from [...]

Ship's construction and architecture.General notions.

Ship’s construction and architecture.General notions.

The ship isa special construction, watertight, andableto floaton the waterto movein one direction would,with asteady speedwith aspecific purpose To be fit for purpose a ship must be able to operate safely and reliably. Thata ship can safely navigate and accom plishmission for which it was built it must have certaiqualities. Nautical qualitiesof any shipare: The [...]

Some examples of maritime ships

Some examples of maritime ships

Basic definition of ship: special construction, tight, with capability for floating and traveling in given way, with one established speed and defined purpose. The ship represents one big floating complex system. For safety cruising and to be functionaly, the ship must have some nautical qualities like: static qualities ( buoyancy, stability ) and dinamic qualities  [...]