4 edition of Ship drafting found in the catalog.
|Statement||International textbook company|
|Publishers||International textbook company|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 112 p. :|
|Number of Pages||86|
|2||[International textbook company. Bluebooks] 612|
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In more general terms, the various components composing any steering mechanism. A knee-like timber that connected the keel or central plank to the stem or sternpost. You may want to seal the windows with plastic to stop drafts.
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An account of the construction, and embellishment of old time ships. A horizontal cylinder, supported by bitts or brackets, used to haul anchors and hawsers. Arms No Arms Armless option allows the chair to fit easily under a desk or table, and supports a variety of activities that require freedom of movement.
On ancient and early medieval ships, a thick strake of external planking that supported through-beams and other timbers penetrating the outer planking. But beware - the bugs will defend their hive. Separate heel timbers on cogs and cog-like vessels are most frequently called hooks.
Generally, the same as forefoot.
To drive oakum, moss, animal hair, or other fibrous material into the seams of planking and cover it with pitch to make the seams watertight.
A secondary keel placed beneath the bilge or at the outer end of the floor.