- 船: 名詞1. （水上的運輸工具, 船舶的通稱） boat; ship; vessels 2. （姓氏） a surname
- 前: Ⅰ名詞1 （在正面的） front 2 （次序在先的） first; top 3 （過去的; 較早的） ago; before; preceding...
- 深: Ⅰ形容詞1 （從上到下或從外到里的距離大） deep 2 （深奧） difficult; profound 3 （深刻; 深入） thor...
- 艙: 名詞（船或飛機中分隔開來載人或裝東西的部分） cabin; module
In the study of the lumber carrier, one of the very important problem is the in spot and ultimate station due to flooding which will bring tremendous threat to the ship because of the few holds in order to study the lumber carrier buoyancy, stability and longitudinal strength under the condition of flooding, the paper adopt fundamental ship principle and iterative and accumulative concept on the basis of insumersibility theory to detailedly calculate the flooding speed flooding amount front draft after draft stability and longitudinal strength considering the ship " s sinking and inclination which will change the center of gravity and the loading station both in hold and on deck and the effect of flooding and lumber amount in holdo in the last, the paper introduces an example of the actual ship named " fei yun ling " and makes a contrast between not taking measure and taking measure which draws a reasonable conclusion and comes up to some advice the method avoids the cockamamie calculating while insures enough precision the paper draws a conclusion that not all the lumber carrier will submerge when suffering the damaged flooding if the loading or measure is suitable
When sailing in waves, a part of ship bow will depart from water surface because of the significant heave and pitch ( mostly happened at bow in head seas, and may happened at stern in follow sea ). when ship enter into water once again, violent impact with waves will happen, which is called slamming
Batten down the hatches when this sea otter pirate comes aboard. he ' s got a great right hook
Double girders of rule height and thickness lines up with the corrugated longitudinal bulkhead of cargo tanks at centre
But our patron warn d by this disaster, resolved to take more care of himself for the future ; and having lying by him the long - boat of our english ship we had taken, he resolved he would not go a fishing any more without a compass and some provision ; so he ordered the carpenter of his ship, who also was an english slave, to build a little state - room or cabin in the middle of the long boat, like that of a barge, with a place to stand behind it to steer and hale home the main - sheet ; and room before for a hand or two to stand and work the sails ; she sail d with that we call a shoulder of mutton sail ; and the boom gib d over the top of the cabbin, which lay very snug and low, and had in it room for him to lye, with a slave or two, and a table to eat on, with some small lockers to put in some bottles of such liquor as he thought fit to drink in ; particularly his bread, rice and coffee