2 edition of Sea-going qualities of ships found in the catalog.
Sea-going qualities of ships
Seminar on the Sea-Going Qualities of Ships, National Physical Laboratory, Teddington, Eng. 1961
|Contributions||Teddington, Eng. National Physical Laboratory. Ship Division|
|LC Classifications||VM156 S45 1961|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||150|
In a few ships the design was altered long after the ship was launched and in service. In the Royal Navy, smaller two-deck or gun ships of the line that could not be used safely in fleet actions had their upper decks removed (or razeed), resulting in a very stout, single-gun-deck warship called a razee. The resulting razeed ship could be. Resume of experience as to sea-going qualities of Mistakes as to sizes of Our Iron-clad Ships. Introduction. I would ask the reader to believe that I have not written this book with that or any other personal end in view, but with the object of stating publicly facts which deeply concern the public, and respecting which many Members of Seller Rating: % positive.
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Somehow the fame of John Gregory as a marine architect reached the ears of the heads of the Hudson Bay Company some time since, and at their request he prepared the model of a steamer for a Lake Winnipeg route that proved in every way successful, both as to speed and sea-going qualities.
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John Gregory () was a Great Lakes shipbuilder. He arrived in the United States in from Crossmaglen, County Armagh, Ireland and after he received his citizenship in New York inhe relocated to the midwest. He was listed in Chicago directories as a shipwright, ships carpenter and shipbuilder from on.
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The modeling of seakeeping qualities of Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) sea-going ships in preliminary design stage Article (PDF Available) in Polish Maritime Research 17(4.The larger torpedo-boat destroyers were seen as a counter to the existing Spanish destroyers, and were also a response to the poor sea-going qualities of the existing US torpedo boats.
The new ships were expected to serve as ocean escorts, and so needed to be fast enough to keep with the fleet.Full text of "Structural Design Of Sea-going Ships" See other formats.