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Ship Handling Notes/Заметки по управлению судном

Артикул: 00-01090948
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Автор: S.F. Gomez
Издательство: MBTI (все книги издательства)
Год: 2020
Формат: А4 (210x290 мм)
Переплет: Мягкая обложка
Страниц: 102
Вес: 257 г
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Книга на английском языке
Ship Handling is as much an art as a Science. With an understanding of the Science behind the ships behaviour, one is able to refine ones skills and the art of handling some of the worlds biggest cargo or transport units.

Contents
INTRODUCTION
THE PILOT CARD, W/HOUSE POSTER, MANOEUVRING BOOKLET
THE TURNING CIRCLE
LATERAL RESISTANCE AND THE TURNING CIRCLE
OTHER FACTORS AFFECTING THE TURNING CIRCLE - Structural Design
OTHER FACTORS AFFECTING THE TURNING CIRCLE - Draft, Trim
OTHER FACTORS AFFECTING THE TURNING CIRCLE - Speed, Rudder type
OTHER FACTORS AFFECTING THE TURNING CIRCLE - Static List
OTHER FACTORS AFFECTING THE TURNING CIRCLE - Shallow Water
OTHER FACTORS AFFECTING THE TURNING CIRCLE - Rudder Applied, Displacement, Propeller Action, Exter Forces, Cargo Stowage
DRIFT ANGLE
THE PIVOT POINT
TRANSVERSE THRUST
TRANSVERSE THRUST - Using it to advantage
THE STANDING TURN
THE SHORT ROUND TURN
THE ZIG-ZAG TEST
THE PULL-OUT TEST
STOPPING DISTANCE
STOPPING DISTANCE
STOPPING DISTANCES - Approximations
CRASH ASTERN PROCEDURE
SQUAT - Why does a ship tend to squat?
SQUAT - Factors governing squat
SQUAT - Recognising and reducing the effect of squat
SQUAT - Making allowance for UKC
INTERACTION - Bank Effect
INTERACTION - Bow Cushion and Stern Suction
INTERACTION - Smelling the Ground
INTERACTION - Stopping in a shallow basin
INTERACTION - Between ships in close proximity to each other
INTERACTION - Various interactions & their causes
INTERACTION - When two ships meet end-on
INTERACTION - When two ships are overtaking each other
INTERACTION - Points to note
THE EFFECT OF WIND - With vessel stopped
THE EFFECT OF WIND - With vessel moving ahead
THE EFFECT OF WIND - With vessel moving astern
THE EFFECT OF WIND - With the vessel trimmed and having headway
THE EFFECT OF WIND - With the vessel trimmed and having sternway
THE EFFECT OF WIND - Head to the wind, with headway and with sternway
THE EFFECT OF WIND - Stern to the wind, with headway and with sternway
THE EFFECT OF CURRENT/TIDE - With and against the tide, Using the tide to berth/unberth
THE EFFECT OF CURRENT/TIDE - Negotiating a bend with a following tide
THE EFFECT OF CURRENT/TIDE - Negotiating a bend with tide from ahead
THE EFFECT OF CURRENT/TIDE - Area of sudden tide changes
THE EFFECT OF CURRENT/TIDE - Restricting the tidal flow
THE EFFECT OF CURRENT/TIDE - Restriction of the tidal flow by a vessel at anchor
ANCHORING - Planning to anchor
ANCHORING - Approaching anchorage, letting go anchor and picking up anchor
ANCHORING OF LARGE VESSELS - General information and guidelines
ANCHORING OF LARGE VESSELS - Anchoring Equipment
ANCHORING OF LARGE VESSELS - Coming in to anchor
PASSAGE PLANNING - the APEM method
PASSAGE PLANNING - Special consideration for large vessels
BRM - General, Resources, Elements of BRM, Objectives of BRM
BRM - Implementing BRM
BRM- Leadership, Leadership Styles
BRM - Assertiveness, Communication
BRM - Teamwork, Error Chains, Decision Making
BRM - Situational Awareness
BRM - Qualification & Experience, Fatigue, Rest Hours
USING TUGS -Tug bollard pull
USING TUGS - Optimised use of tug bollard pull
USING TUGS - Conventional tugs, Gob Rope
USING TUGS - Interaction
USING TUGS - Girting or Girding
USING TUGS - Tractor tugs
USING TUGS - Tractor tugs
USING TUGS - Azimuth stern drive tugs
TOWING POSITIONS - from Videotels' working with tugs
USING TUGS - Positioning of tugs
MOORING - Usual arrangement
MOORING - Strength, Elasticity
MOORING - Selecting wire mooring lines
MOORING - Winches
MOORING - Winches
MOORING - Snap-back zones
MASTER-PILOT RELATIONSHIP
HEAVY WEATHER - Direction of sea/swell
HEAVY WEATHER - Parametric rolling
HEAVY WEATHER - Conditions leading to, the effects of and avoiding parametric rolling
HEAVY WEATHER - Synchronous Rolling
HEAVY WEATHER - Broaching
HEAVY WEATHER - Successive high wave attack
HEAVY WEATHER - Pooping
HEAVY WEATHER - Summary
SNUBBING Round [tide astern]
BERTHING Port side to the quay - RH fixed pitch propeller, calm conditions
BERTHING Stbd.side to the quay - RH fixed pitch propeller, calm conditions
BERTHING Port side to - offshore wind, slack water
BERTHING Port side to - onshore wind, tide ahead
BERTHING Port side to - onshore wind, vsl with windage area aft
BERTHING Stbd. side to - tide ahead, right hand fixed propeller
BERTHING between two ships, Stbd. side to - using an Ebb/Flood swing
UNBERTHING Stbd. side to - offshore wind, no tide
PERIL AT SEA AND SALVAGE
DEALING WITH THE PRESS
SOME OF THE WORLDS' LARGEST SHIPS

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