Aug 312013
 

(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 an angle of “C”-“C” (SEC., section drawing)

direction of ship

1.Direction of ship                        2.Midship Section

Drawing Method
Every hull assembly drawing shall be drawn as below pictures of 3(ELEV.), 5-4(PLAN.), 5(SEC.). In case of drawing in other directions, declarations such as LOOK’G STB’D, LOOK’G AFT, LOOK’G Up, etc. must be written.
Also, in case of view watching direction must be declared. (Picture 6)
(* View is to draw not-plain areas such as C/L, B/L and frame line.)

 

3. elevation

3. elevation

4. PLAN

4. PLAN

5. Section

5. Section

6. VIEW

6. VIEW

 

 

  

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