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A winch having a rope storage capacity and used for topping, lowering and supporting a boom under load and no load.
Ship-port interface, IMO
An iron pin upon which the capstan moves. Also, a piece of timber forming the diameter of a made mast. Also, any long pin or bar upon which anything revolves.
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Sunday, Saturday and Holidays Excluded. Method of calculating the Lay days. These days are not counted.
The maximum rope tension (in kilonewtons), measured at the drum exit when the drum ceases to rotate in the direction of haul, the prime mover being set for maximum torque and the rope being wound on the drum in a single layer.
Seafarer's Training, Certification and Watchkeeping Code 95
A piece of compass-timber, fixed on the after part of the apron inside. The lower end is scarfed into the keelson, and receives the scarf of the stem, through which it is bolted.
Stow (In SCRAP STW ABT 54').Stowage factor often expressed in cubic feet per ton.(Here 54 cubic feet per ton)
A kind of winch, which is applied on sweep/survey ship for receiving/ throwing and towing the sweeping apparatus and hawser, and performing of sweeping the sediments under sea.
Refers to the total weight of allowable lifting capacity of heavy cargo, together with the mass of the sub-hook (or fittings) under design working conditions. For the crane with variable-luffing, the safe working load is defined based on the luffing capac ...
Tango T = signal letter and flag. Morse = ( - )Flag= Red, white, blue vertical stripes.When hoisted singly from a ship it means : "Do not pass ahead of me."
A crane, with its boom structure consisting of several sections, each section being capable of telescoping along the boom’s axial direction and changing its boom length, and its boom being of luffing.
A winch, frequently unpowered, having rope storage capacity and used for topping and lowering a derrick boom while the boom is unloaded and for supporting it while it is supporting a load.
A powered hinge.
A winch having a rope storage drum with or without warping end for manipulation of the rope bridle.
A winch with one or more rope storage drums for veering out, hauling in or making fast tow ropes.