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1. - Ship's Hull
1.1. . - General arrangement. Dry cargo
vessel
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Flag
Flagstaff
Poop deck
Poop
Upper deck
Second deck
Tweendeck
Hatch
Main mast

Boat gear
Funnel
Boat deck
Navigating bridge deck
Wheel house top
Midship superstructure
Fore mast
Cargo handling gear
Anchor gear
Forecastle
Forepeak
Chain locker
Forepeak bulkhead
Double bottom tank

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Hold
Deck house
Transverse bulkhead
Double bottom plating
Engine room
Superstructure deck
Boiler room
Shaft tunnel
Afterpeak bulkhead
Afterpeak
Propulsion installation
Steering gear
Steering compartment
Steering gear compartment
Tiller room, tiller compartment

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1.2. - - Midship frame section
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2.
3.
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10.

Boundary plate
Gutter, gutter waterway
Gutter bar
Beam
Stiffener
Machinery casing
Casing side
Deck girder
Web beam
Platform plating

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19.

Longitudinal half-bulkhead
Pillar
Seating under main engine
Engine seating
Boiler seating
Hatch cover
Hatch coaming
Deck plating
Bulwark
Side stringer
Hold frame

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Side keel, bilge keel


Double bottom plating
Watertight floor
Flat plate keel, plate keel
Centre girder
Bottom longitudinal stiffeners
Side girder
Solid floor
Margin plate
Bilge bracket, frame bracket
Web frame
Shell plating
Frame
Knee
Deckhouse side
Bracket floor

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1.3. - Bulwark
1.
Gunwale
2. , Bulwark plating

3.
4.
5.
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7.
8.
9.

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Flange
Stanchion
Stringer plate
Stringer angle
Sheerstrake
Freeing port
Scupper shutter, flap cover

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1.4. - Shell expansion

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2.

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Strakes of shell plating


Sheerstrake
Sheerstrake
Side plating strakes
Side plating
Bilge strake
Ice strake
Stealer
Keel strake
Garboard strake
Bottom strake
Butt
Seam
Deck plating
Shell plating

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15.

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Side plating in the area of loadlines


Variable strake of shell plating
Loadwaterline - LWL
Light waterline
Light ballast waterline
Light load draught
Definitions

- Bottom plating - shell plating below the upper



turn of bilge
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Side plating - shell plating from upper turn of


bilge to lower edge of sheerstrake

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1.5. - Load line and draught marks

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2.
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Load line
Freeboard
Summer waterline
Draught marks
Draught, draft
Midships, amidships
Top of keel

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1.5.1. - Load Line

1.
2.
3.

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Deck line
Lines
Load line mark
Plimsoll disk
LINES
S Summer Load Line
W Winter Load Line
WNA Winter North Atlantic Load Line
T Tropical Load Line
F Fresh Water Load Line in summer
TF Tropical Fresh Water Load Line
TIMBER LINES
LS Summer Timber Load Line
LW Winter Timber Load
LWNA Winter North Atlantic Timber Load
Line
LT Tropical Timber Load Line
LF Fresh Water Timber Load Line
LTF Tropical Fresh Water Timber Load Line

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2. , - Arrangements,
Equipment and Outfit
2.1. - Steering gear

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Types of ship's rudder


Types of nozzles
Steering compartment
Steering engine
Steering gear
Steering column
Wheelhouse
Steering propeller, thruster
Bow thruster
Stern thruster
Nozzle
Rudder
Ordinary rudder, unbalanced rudder
Balanced rudder
Semi-balanced rudder
Suspended rudder, underhung rudder
Semi-suspended rudder
Active rudder
Accelerating nozzle
Kort nozzle
Kort nozzle propeller
Decelerating nozzle
Steering nozzle, nozzle rudder

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2.1.1. - Rudder and sternframe
I.
1.
2.

3.
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6.
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10.

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Ordinary rudder
Sternpost
Top rudder pintle
Locking pintle
Rudderpost
Intermediate rudder pintle
Gudgeon
Rudder snug
Propeller post boss
Bearing pintle
Sole piece
Rudder
Rudder blade
Rudderpiece
Rudder arm
Coupling bolt
Fitted bolt
Rudderstock
Horizontal flange coupling

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II.
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17.
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19.
III.

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21.
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23. ()
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Types of rudder couplings


Vertical flange coupling
Scarf joint
Scarf bolt
Taper joint
Bearing pintle of balanced rudder
Air hole
Sole piece socket
Bush, bushing
Footstep bearing
Rudder pintle

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2.1.2. - Electro-hydraulic steering gears

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I.

Four-ram electro-hydraulic steering engine

II.

Two-ram electro-hydraulic steering engine

1.
2.
3.


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5.
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9.
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Steering wheel
Steering column
Telemotor
Hydraulic telemotor
Electric telemotor
Variable stroke pump, variable delivery pump
Electric motor
Valve chest
Hydraulic cylinder
Ram
Rapson slide
Hydraulic pipe-line
Rudderstock
Tiller
Tiller connection
Telemotor connection
Pump connection
Rudder blade
By-pass piping

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2.1.3. - Rotary vane steering unit

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2.
3.
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5.
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Hydraulic rotary vane motor


Steering engine seating
Rudder carrier
Rudderstock
Rudder
Key
Stator
Rotor
Rotary vanes
Fixed vanes
Pressure chamber
Oil chamber
Manifold
Valve chest
Receiver telemotor
Transmitter telemotor
Steering column
Steering wheel
Variable delivery pump, variable stroke pump
Starter
Electric motor

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2.1.4. - Balanced rudder
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2.
3.

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5.
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8.
9.
10.

Lifting eye bolt


Rudder eye
Rudder carrier
Key
Key bed
Rudder trunk
Neck bearing
Bearing shaft
Rudder hole
Rudderstock
Rudderstock flange
Upper casting

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12.
13.
14.
15.

Protector
Horizontal arm
Vertical diaphragm
Foot step
Rudder pintle

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Bearing pintle
Bush
Clearance between bottom edge of rudder blade
and sole piece
Sole piece
Cement
Retaining ring
Drain plug
Lower casting
Rudder blade
Joint bar
Plug weld
Rudder plating
Lifting hole
Plug
Bolt
Key

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2.1.5. - Balanced rudder "Simplex" type
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2.
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5.

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9.

10.

11.

Rudder carrier
Rudderstock
Vertical flange coupling
Horizontal flange coupling
Upper rudder shaft steady bearing

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13.
14.
15.
16.
17.

Lignum vitae bush


Bronze liner
Sole piece
Lower thrust ring
Upper thrust ring
Clearance for elongation of lignum vitae strips

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Rudder blade
Vertical diaphragm
Rudder shaft
Epoxy resin coating
Corrosion-resistant coating
Lower rudder shaft steady bearing
Bearing bush

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2.2. - Anchor gear
2.2.1. - Scheme of anchor gear

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2.
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5.
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Chain pipe
Deck hawse hole
Windlass
Chain-cable stopper
Buckler
Hawsepipe
Chafing lip
Chain cable
Swivel
Joining shackle
Anchor shackle
Anchor
Eye bolt
Chain locker
Device to secure and release the inboard end of
cable

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2.2.2. - Anchors

I.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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9.

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Stocked anchor
Admiralty anchor
Anchor shackle
Stock
Locking pin
Shaft, shank
Fluke, palm
Arm
Trend
Crown
Anchor bill

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II.

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2.
3.
4.
5.
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7.

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Stockless anchor
Hall's anchor
Anchor shackle
Anchor shackle pin
Shaft, shank
Fluke, palm
Head, crown
Roller
Fluke pintle

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2.2.3. - Electrically driven windlass

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Windlass, anchor windlass


aft
forward
steam
hand
remote control
electric

Windlass bedplate
Windlass bitt
Mooring drum, gypsy, gypsy head, niggerhead
Windlass main shaft
Band brake
Cable lifter, wildcat
Sprocket wheel, chain sprocket
Clutch
Claw clutch
Driven gear
Reductor
Pinion shaft
Pinion
Guide bar

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Brake drive handle, brake gear handle


Screw terminal
Brake block
Brake band, brake ribbon
Brake disk
Reductor shaft
Flange coupling
Electromotor shaft
Electromotor
Chain cable, anchor cable
Cam

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2.3. - Mooring arrangement
Mooring gear, mooring fittings, warping appliances

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2.
3.
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Mooring lines, hawsers


Stern line
Breast line, breast fast
Spring
Cross springs
Bow line
Mooring appliances
Mooring pipe
Bow mooring pipe
Fairlead, chock
Fairleader
Mooring bollard, bollard, bitt
Bollard column
Reel, damper
Deck (Panama) chock
Stern mooring pipe
Mooring machinery
Mooring winch, warping winch
Mooring capstan, warping capstan
Fender
Fender
Rope fender
Wooden fender
Pudding fender
Fender, fender guard, rubbing strake

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2.4. - Towing arrangement


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II.
III.
IV.
V.
VI.
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Towing, tow, tugging, tuggage, towage


Cable towing, line towing
Tow on the towing bridle
Push towing
Alongside towing
Tow on the towing winch
Tow on the towing bitt
Tow on the towing hook
Tow, towed vessel, tugee
Towing bridle, thick cable
Towline, towrope, towing hawser, towing cable
Towing vessel
Tugboat
Tug
Pusher, pusher tug
Pushboat
Pusher tug
Towknee
Towing beam, towing arch
Tow rail, towing rail
Wire stopper
Reel of the towing winch
Towing winch, towing machine, towing engine
Automatic towing winch
Towing bitt

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15.


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Rope fender
Towing chock, towing pipe, towing port
Eye, eye slice, loop
Tow hook, towing hook
Slip tow hook with remote control
Device for protection of the tow hook against
overloading
Tow hoop

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2.5. - Life lines
I. eepe




1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Guard rail, guard failing, life rails


Open rail, open railing
Rail
Guard rod, grab rail, bar rail
Wire-rope rail
Pipe rail
Handrail, cap rail
Life line
Housing line
Foot line
Guard chain
Rail stanchion, railing stanchion
Stanchion
Permanent stanchion
Flat bar stanchion
Pipe stanchion

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8.
9.
10.
II

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2.
3.
4.
5.
III.
IV.

Braced stanchion
Stay, brace
Hinged rail stanchion
Portable rail stanchion
Life line, grab line, grab rail
Storm rail
End rail stanchion
Hemp rope rail
Intermediate stanchion
Guy
Deck cargo
Life rail
Head rails

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2.6. - Cargo handling gear
2.6.1. - Ships' derrick rigs

I.
Derrick rigs with single runner and single span

II.
Derrick rigs with cargo and span tackle
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1. , Mast, Samson post or derrick post
2.
Span bearing

Span trunnion piece
3.
Span block
4.
Span, span rope
5.
Shackle
6. , Derrick head span eye
7.
Cargo block
8.
Runner, cargo runner, derrick pendant
9.
Chain for runner
10.
Cargo hook swivel
11.
Cargo hook
12.
Guy pendant

Slewing guy pendant
13.
Upper slewing guy block
14.
Derrick slewing guy tackles
15.
Lower slewing guy block
16. Oval eye plate
17.
Cargo runner guide roller and roller bracket

18.
Cargo winch
19.
Heel block
20.
Gooseneck bearing
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IV.
V.
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Derrick boom
Span chain
Topping rope
Triangular plate
Upper span tackle block
Span tackle
Lower span block
Derrick head span block
Derrick head cargo block
Cargo purchase
Cargo tackle
Lower cargo purchase block

Gooseneck bearing
Span bearing
Boom head, derrick head
Derrick heel fitting, jaws of the derrick
Derrick heel pin, heel pin
Gooseneck, derrick heel gooseneck
Neck bearing
Lead block holder, becket
Adjusting ring
Step bearing
Mast head span eye pin
Mast head span eye
Brass washer
Eye, eye fitting
Guy eye

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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15

mast
derrick
cargo winch
span winch
span bolt
trunnion piece
span bearing
span block
span rope
shackle
derrick heel fitting
gooseneck
lead block holder
adjusting ring
gooseneck bearing

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lead block
derrick head fitting
upper cargo block
becket
cargo runner
lower cargo block
cargo hook
guy plate
guy pendant
tackle block
guy
eye plate
topping rope
rope catch

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10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

shell
main deck
transv. bulkhead
hatchway coaming
brackets for hatchway coaming
bulwark
bulwark bracket
deck house
winch deck
rail
ventilation post
ventilator head
crossbar
mast
cross tree
top mast
ladder

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derrick
general cargo
loose gear
cargo hook
swivel
triangle plate
cargo runner
cargo winch
span rope
span winch
schooner guy
belaying cleat
preventer
preventer grip
eye plates
guy pendant
inner/outer guy

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3
4
5
6
7
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10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17

shell
main deck
transv bulkhead
hatchway coaming
brackets for hatchway coaming
bulwark
bulwark bracket
deck house
winch deck
rail
ventilation post
ventilator head
crossbar
mast
cross tree
top mast
ladder

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31
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derrick
general cargo
loose gear
cargo hook
swivel
triangle plate
cargo runner
cargo winch
span rope
span winch
schooner guy
guy winch
outer/inner guy
guy winch
eye plates
guy pendant

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2.6.2. - - Heavy-lift derrick
1. -

2.
3.

4.
5.
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7. -
8. -
9. -
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.

Derrick heel cargo runner lead block


Cargo runner
Mast head cargo runner lead block
Crosstree
Mast head span eye fitting
Mast, Samson post or derrick post
Mast head span block
Span tackle
Derrick head span block
Derrick boom
Derrick head cargo block
Cargo runner dead end
Lower cargo purchase block
Ramshorn hook
Built sheave
Mast head span lead block

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Span, span rope
18. - Derrick heel span lead block
19.
Derrick trunnion fitting

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3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

mast, derrick post


derrick
cross tree
built-in sheave
derrick head fitting
derrick heel fitting
gooseneck bearing
gooseneck
span bearing
trunnion piece
connecting piece
oval eye plate
shackle form c

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22
23
24
25
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cargo hook with swivel


lower span tackle block
upper span tackle block
spun lead block
beckel (becket)
ferrule secured with thimble
lower cargo block
upper cargo block
cargo winch
span winch
cargo runner
span rope
cargo lead block

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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20

pontoon
wheel house
main jib (A-frame)
main jib bearing
main jib bracing
guide for main jib bracing
span pendant
span bracing
bearing for span bracing
span tackle
standing block for span tackle
span winch
ramshorn hook
lower purchase block
hoisting tackle for main jib
upper purchase block
hoisting rope of main jib tackle
hoisting winch for main jib tackle
flying jib
span pendant for flying jib

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flying jib bracing


adjusting pendant for flying jib
standing block for adjusting pendant
adjusting piece
bearing for adjusting pin
adjusting tackle for flying jib
eye plate
winch for adjusting tackle
ramshorn hook
lower purchase block
hoisting tackle of flying jib
upper purchase block
guide sheave for hoisting rope
hoisting rope of flying jib tackle
winch for flying jib tackles
auxiliary hoist
hoisting rope of auxiliary hoist
winch for auxiliary hoist
non-return device

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2.6.3. - Derricks used in union purchase
1.
2.
3. ,
4.
5. ,
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.

Inboard guy
Preventer guy
Inboard boom
Boom head guy, connecting guy
Outboard boom
Outboard guy
Inboard cargo runner.
Outboard cargo runner
Control chain
Bridle point
Cargo

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13.
14.
15.

Thimble
Shackle
Triangular plate
Cargo hook swivel

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2.6.4. - Shipboard deck cranes

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Crane
grab
cargo
container
mast
pillar
deck, deck-mounted
movable, portable, travelling
portal, gantry
luffing
stationary
ship, shipboard

Stationary rotatable deck crane

I.

Crane for single operation

1.


2.
3.
4.




5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

10. ,
11.
12.

Base column
Crane pillar
Crane post
Rotary platform
Engine house
Transmission units
Crane slewing gear
Luffing gear
Hoisting gear
Slewing gear brake
Crane cab
Lifting cable
Pulley tackle
Dumb sheave
Cargo hook
Lifting hook
Jib
Hydraulic cylinder
Remote-Control of the jib luffing and hoisting
actions

Ia.
13.

Scheme of cable rigging


Cargo drum

Ib.
1.
2.
3.

4.

Scheme of slewing gear


Ball race
Rotary platform
Slewing ring
Internal gear

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II.
1.
2.

Twin deck cranes


Grab crane
Cargo crane

Movable slewing cranes

I.

Portal deck crane, gantry deck crane

1.
2.
3.

4.
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III.
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2.

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Rotatable crane
Portal, gantry
Portal column, gantry column
Leg of the gantry
Crane track
Portal deck crane movable fore and aft as well
as from side to side
Crane carriage, crane under carriage
Portal deck crane with cantilevers
Cantilever
Container

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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

crane pillar
slewing ring
crane housing
crane cabin
jib
jib foot bearing
protection plate
lower cargo block
cargo runners/hoisting ropes
cargo winch/hoisting winch

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15
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span ropes/ luffing ropes


span winch/luffing winch
sheaves
stabilizing device
power swivel
container spreader
corner flipper
container
marking

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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

crane pillar
slewing ring
base plate
luffing cylinder
crane housing
crane cabin
jib foot bearing
jib
marking
protection plate
retaining piece
rope protection

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16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23

hydraulic motor
hoisting winch
hoisting rope
ferrul (ferrule)
thimble
shackle
weight
swivel
circular cross section
short link chain
cargo hook

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2.6.5. - Grabs


I.

Grab bucket, clamshell bucket, grapple


bucket
Single rope self-damping grab

II. Four-rope ore-handling grab

III.
,
.



Claw grab
Claw, prong
Rope grabs, rope clamshells
Single rope grab, monocable grab
Double rope grab
Three rope grab
Four rope grab

IV.

Electro-hydraulic multiblade refuse grab

V.

Electro-hydraulic scrap grab

VI.

Grab crane

VII.

Double rope grab

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Cactus grab

45

.









1.
2.
3. (,
)
4.
( )
5.
6.
7.
8. ,

9.

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Mechanical grabs
Hydraulic grab
Electric grab
Electro-hydraulic grab
Dual scoop grab
Multi jaw grab
Multi-blade grab
Cactus grab
Claw grab
Closed grab
Double-drum winch
Guide block
Closing rope
Lifting cable, lifting rope
Upper traverse
Pull bar, pull rod
Scoop, jaw
Lip plate
Bucket lip
Lower traverse

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2.6.6. - Types of cargo masts

.
I.
II.
III.
IV.
V. ,
VI.

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Single cargo masts


Mast without crosstrees
Mast with crosstrees and crosspiece
Single stayed mast
Mast with masthouse
Mast with crosspiece supported by Samson posts
Samson post, king post, derrick post

47

.
I. -

II. -
III. -

1.

2.

3.
4. -
5.
6.
7.

8.
9.
10. ()
11.

12.
-
13.
14. -
15.
16.
17.

18.
19.
20.
21. ()
22.

23. Ton

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Bipod masts, sheer masts


-type mast, -form mast
Pair masts, goal-post mast
-type mast, -form mast
V-type mast, V-form mast
Stulckenmast
Step
Mast step
Partner
Mast partner
Gooseneck bearing
Span bearing
Topmast heel
Topmast
Mast
Lower mast
Mast heel
Crosstrees
Crosspiece
Mast housing
Truck, mast truck
Fore truck
Yard
Topmast shrouds
Shrouds
Deckhouse
Deckhouse
Winch platform
Upper deck
Samson post, king post, derrick post
Transverse girder
Mast leg
Heavy derrick
"Stulcken" derrick
Head of a mast, masthead

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()

()


()

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Mast
lattice, trellis, cage
tower
aerial, antenna
unstayed
self-staying, self-supporting, shroudless
miz (z) en
jury
retractable
gas venting
main
cargo
derrick
dipod, sheer
spaker
lowering, hinged, movable, collapsible
after, jigger
strump
pagosta type
unstayed
streamlined
pole, single-spar, one-piece
pair-s, twin-s, goal-post
fore main
derrick post
hollow, hollow-built
radio
radar
collapsible, collapsing
lattice, trelling, cage
control
signal, communications
built up, composite, compound, made
movable, strike, dismountable
guyed
middle main
rakish
telescopic
tripod
trysail
stack, mack
tubular
withdrawable
stayed
fore, head
quadruped
hexapod

49
2.6.7. - Cargo spars and standing rigging

1. --
2. --
3. --
4. -
5.
6.
7. -
8. --
9.
10. -
11. -
12.
13. -
14.-
15.

Maritime Technical Terminology, Funtik 2001

Main topmast preventer stay


Main topmast backstay
Topmast span
Span, double spanisn burton, triatic stay
Derrick post, Samson post
Derrick post shrouds
Forestay
Fore-topmast stay
Preventer stay
Foremast
Fore shrouds
Derrick, cargo boom
Mainmast
Main shroud
Preventer backstay

50
- VOCABULARY

( )

-
-
-
-

-

-

-
-
( )
-




()

(
)



( )
(
)
( )


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Cargo Handling dear


Winch head, winch barrel
Bearing, heel, socket, shoe
gooseneck bearing
derrick shoe
mast head span eye fitting
span bearing
gooseneck step bearing
gooseneck - bearing, swivel bearing, pivot
bearing
Block
derrick head cargo
upper slewing guy
cargo, derrick head
double
snatch, leading, return
derrick heel span lead
lead, guide
upper cargo lead
cargo lead
cargo runner lead
mast head cargo runner lead
cargo runner derrick heel head
derrick heel topping rope lead
span lead
derrick heel cargo runner lead
heel
single-sheave lead
single-sheave tackle
slewing guy, guy
heavy lift purchase
heavy lift span tackle
span
mast head span
Shroud
Swivel
cargo hookderrick heel gooseneck, derrick pivot
straight gooseneck
cranked gooseneck
Double lug
derrick head fitting, double lug fitting
derrick heel fitting, derrick gooseneck fitting

51
()
( )
-

()


- (
)

( )


()




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Sheave bush
Outreach
extreme outboard position (of the derrick boom)
Swing the derrick boom outboard
Hook
swivel
slip
single, cargo
ramshorn
Load
proof
Lifting capacity
safe working load
Diagram
load
stress
Test with a proof load
Post
derrick, Samson, king
Thimble
hawser
round
union, lock
heart-shape (pear-shape)
lanyard
triangular
Winch
cargo
span, topping
Fall
cargo, cargo purchase runner
tackle-fall, tackle rope
topping rope
span tackle rope
Guy pendant
Load
safe, permissible, allowable
test
span
proof
work (ing), operating, service
design, specified, calculated
Fixed accessories
Mast head
Derrick head, boom head
Supporting straps (of a block)
Eye, eye fitting
guy eye
span
mast head span eye, mast head span eye fitting,

52

-
-
(, )


()
-

- ( )

Maritime Technical Terminology, Funtik 2001

span trunnion piece


derrick head span eye, span fitting
stay eye
deck plate, deck eye plate
deck span eye plate
oval eye plate
Eye splice (A loop spliced in the end of a rope)
Rig, riggin
derrick
derricks rigged in union purchase
Guy, slewing guy
derrick, boom
outboard
preventer
inboard
Head fitting
oval eye
plate link
Foot step, foot step bearing
derrick trunnion fitting
Derrick post
Balance weight
chain for runner
Rig
Cargo runner guide roller
Crosstree
Shackle
connecting, joining , joiner
open
Boom, derrick
in the outboard position
cargo, derrick boom
outboard
inboard, midships
single
heavy-lift
swinging
Tackle, purchase
cargo
derrick slewing guy tackle
cargo slewing guy tackle
winch end tackle
Span, span rope, topping lift
derrick span
span chain
span tackle
Boom head guy, schooner guy, connecting guy
Triangle
plate, triangular plate, monkey face, delta plat
of forces

53





()
-
()

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Rope socket
closed
open
Pendant
cargo runner
outboard cargo runner
inboard cargo runnel
single runner
slewing guy pendant
Hoist purchase, lift purchase
Sheave (of a block)
built-in, built-in derrick head
Heel, foot
mast heel
derrick heel
Stay
Pin, pintle
gooseneck
derrick heel
mast head span eye pin
Support, side plate
inner support (of a block)
outer support (of a block)

54
2.7. , - Deck, hold and
engine room equipment
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

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Swan neck
Hatch cover
Ventilator
Ladderway
Scupper
Scupper valve
Companion hatchway
Ladder steps, ladder rungs
Hold ladder

55
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.

16.
17.
18.

19.
20.
21.
22.

23.
24.
25.

26.


27.
28.
29.
30. ,
31.
32.
33.

34.
35.
36.

37.


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Bilge
Manhole
Manhole cover
Drainage well
Echo sounder
Echo sounder recess
Docking plug
Drain plug
Striker plate, doubling plate
Bilge strum
Bilge suction pipe
Branch bilge suction
Bulkhead piece
Sounding pipe
Air pipe
Discharge
Overboard discharge
Sea connection, sea valve, kingston valve
Sea valve grating
Inlet
Water inlet
Protector
Magnesium protector
Zinc protector
Mud box
Sea chest
Scavenging pipe line
Cowl
Grub screw, pressure screw
Bearing ring
Standard
Ventilator coaming
Cover
Vent line, vent duct, trunk
Threaded brass inset
Ullage plug
Sounding rod, gauge
Pump gauge
Ullage foot, ullage stick

56
2.8. - Openings in the hull
and closing appliances
1.


2.
3.

4. ()
5.
6.
7. (
)
8.

9.
10.

11.
(

)
12.
13.
14.
15. ()

() -
,
.
Maritime Technical Terminology, Funtik 2001

Sidescuttle, sidelight
Opening sidescuttle
Non-opening sidescuttle
Flush scuttle
Marine window, ship window
Scuttle, bull's eye, air port, porthole, port light
Skylight
Outer door, outside door
Clear vision screen wiper, marine window wiper
Gangway, gangway part, gangway door,
entrance port
Centrifugal window wiper
Clear-view screen

Side-loading door
Freeing port, bulwark port, clearing port, wash
port, freeing scuttle
Flap cover, scupper shutter
Drain hole
Docking plug
Cargo port
Sea inlet opening
Sea discharge opening
Sliding door
Watertight door
Definition
Port (sideport) - An opening in the ship's side for
the purpose of providing access for passengers,
loading and discharging cargo.

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2.8.1. - Skylight

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

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Rubber gasket
Skylight coaming
Hinge
Skylight cover
Fixed light
Wire-reinforced glass
Butterfly nut
Glass guard
Skylight cover lifter gear
Skylight cover hydraulic lifting gear

58
2.8.2. - Vertical sliding
door with electric and hand gear

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.

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Hand wheel
Gland
Bulkhead deck
Shafting
Watertight bulkhead
Gasket
Frame
Door
Articulated coupling
Bevel gear
Electric motor
Electro-magnet

59
2.8.3. - Non-opening sidescuttle

1.
2. ()
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

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Stopper hook
Deadlight
Rubber gasket
Pressure frame
Rubber sealing ring
Canvas gasket
Rivet
Glass
Bolt bar, snacket, clip
Glass holder, hinged frame, scuttle frame

60
2.8.4. - Opening sidescuttle
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6. ()

7.

8.
9.
10.
11.

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Stopper hook handle


Stopper hook
Glass holder
Darkening shield
Glass Hardened glass
Deadlight

Rubber ring
Rubber sealing ring
Ear nut, thumb nut, wing nut
Pivoted bolt, dog-bolt
Bolt bar Toggle fastener
Main frame

61
2.8.5. - Marine doors


I.
11.
III.
IV.

V.
VI.


VII.
VIII.
IX.
X.
XI.

Maritime Technical Terminology, Funtik 2001

Doors position in the ship


Superstructure deck
Boat deck
Navigation bridge deck
Upper deck
Weather deck
Watertight bulkhead
Nonwatertight bulkhead
Corridor bulkheads in accommodation and
service spaces.
Corridor, alleyway, passageway
Machinery casing
Accommodation and service spaces
Public spaces
Deckhouse

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1.

2.

3.

4.
5.



Exits and doors


Watertight doors
Steel watertight sliding door
Steel watertight hinged outside door
Shell door
Weathertight doors
Outside hinged door
Wheelhouse outside door
Sliding door
Roll door
Nonwatertight doors, joiner door
Accommodation and service space doors.

6.
7.
,

Cabin door
Public spaces door
Flap door, double way door, double swing door.

Doors are to be open as follows:

- ,
, - ;

doors of accommodation and service spaces


giving access to a corridor - inside the spaces;

- -
;

doors of public spaces - outside or each side;

-
, ;

doors in the end bulkheads of superstructures and


in external transverse bulkheads of deckhouse outside in the direction of the nearest side;

- - doors in the external longitudinal bulkheads of


.
deckhouses - outside in the forward direction.

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2.8.5.1. - Types of marine doors

.
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Watertight doors
Watertight door with wedge separate dogs
Watertight door with wedge dogs and pull rods
Watertight door with separate dogs in the door
frame.
Watertight door with central securing
Watertight sliding door

Joiner door, nontight door Doors of


accommodation and service spaces

1.
2.
3.

4.
5.

6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Blank door
Door with escape panel
Door with escape panel and vent grill

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Door with vent panel


Incombustible fire retarding door with vent
louvres
Door with door portlight
Glazed door, glass door
Sliding door
Two folding door
Folding door

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Door
emergency
side
weathertight
external
watertight
airtight
gastight
gas-protected
blank
cargo, loading, freight
two folding, two leafed
wooden
accommodation space
cabin
sliding
stern
shell
joiner
metal
hinged
roll
outside, outer, weather
incombustible fire retarding
public space
single, single-wing
trap
glazed, glass, casement
drop
flap, double swing, double way
bulkhead
nontight, joiner
fire, fire resisting, fire proof
sliding
automatically closing
folding, accordion
sliding
power operated sliding
service space
steel
folding
marine

65
2.8.5.2. Watertight hinged door with wedge dogs and pull rods
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.
6.
7.
8.

9.
10.
11.
12.

Maritime Technical Terminology, Funtik 2001

Watertight bulkhead
Watertight bulkhead plate
Door frame
Assembling frame
Doorway, door opening
Access opening
Door coaming
Door sill
Coaming height
Watertight deck
Spring handle
Door dog
Wedge dog
Door pull rod
Doorplate, door leaf
Door hinge, door butt
Door encasing

66
13.
14.

15.

Packing box
Rubber gasket
Rubber packing
Rubber gasket groove
Definitions



, ,

.

Watertight door
A metal door in a watertight bulkhead so
constructed that when closed it will prevent
water under pressure from passing through.


, ,
,
.

Joiner door
A light door fitted in accommodation, service
and public spaces where air and
watertightnessare not required.


,

.

Watertight door coaming


The vertical plating which extends above a
weather deck up to the below edge of doorway.


, ,
.

Door frame
The frame surrounding a doorway on which the
door seats

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2.8.5.3. - Cabin door

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

7.

8.

9.
10.



0,40.5 .

(
).

Door case, door casing


Doorplate frame
Doorplate
Door handle
Door lock
Escape panel
Kick out panel
Inscription on the kick out panel from the cabin
side
Air grid, air grill, ventilator grill
Vent panel
Door hinge, door butt
Buffer with holder
Definitions
Doors of accommodation are to have in their
lower portions kick out panels 0,4 x 0,5 m in
size. These panels of the passenger cabin doors
shall be provided with the following inscriptions:
"KNOCK OUT ON EMERGENCY" (USSR
Register of Shipping).


Escape panel is to be freely knocked out from
- two-three slight knocks by foot.
( 5.217575).

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2.8.5.4. - Watertight
hinged door securing device

.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.


7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Maritime Technical Terminology, Funtik 2001

Middle door wedge dog


Rubber gasket, rubber packing
Rubber gasket groove
Door frame
Wedge holder
Wedge
Dog, clamp, clip
Door
Wedge
Dog pintle
Nut
Spacer shim
Bush, liner
Dog handle
Pull rod
Housing
Pull rod with dogs
Dog spring catch
Fork with adjusting screw
Watertight door pull rod
Middle joining fork
Lower dog fork
Lower dog
Middle dog
Top dog

69

.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Maritime Technical Terminology, Funtik 2001

Spring handle
Cover
Bush, liner, insert
Axis
Handle
Housing
Catch, dog
Spiral spring
Packing ring
Wedge holder
Wedge

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2.9. - Hatch covers
2.9.1. - Hatch folding covers

1.
2.
3.
4.
5. ,
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.

Maritime Technical Terminology, Funtik 2001

Hatch cover
Hydrautorque hinge
Guide wheel, jockey wheel
Running wheel, running roller
Quick-acting cleat
Link wheel with arm
Intermediate hinge
Fitting for jack
Lifting wheel
End wheel
Sheave for chain
Chain
Sloping track
Stopper with locking device
Drainage box
Buffer
Locking device in joint
Support bracket in joint
Hydraulic motor
Double chain ulley
Stopper

71
2.9.2. - Tightening arrangement of hatch
covers

1.
2.



3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.

Maritime Technical Terminology, Funtik 2001

Upper deck
Hatch coaming
Side coaming
Transverse coaming
End coaming
Horizontal stiffener
Securing arrangement
Hatch cover
Tightening arrangement
Lifting arrangement
Hatch trunk
Plating of hatch cover
Stiffener
Packing groove
Rubber packing, rubber gasket
Tightening strip, tightening bar
Packing box
Cover edge

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2.9.3. - Hydrautorque hinge

1.
2.
3.

4.

5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.

12.

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Adjustable gland
Straight splines for attachment
Guide cylinder with internal straight splines
Muff with external straight splines and internal
helical splines
Oil inlet
Connecting tube
Cylinder
Working piston
Centre shaft
Rotary shaft
Bearing with packing and scraper ring
Straight splines for attachment

73
2.10. - Ship's ladders
1.
2.
3.
4.

Bridge ladder
Mast ladder
Stationary ladder
Pilot ladder

5.
Hold ladder
6.
Accommodation ladder
7.
Storm ladder
8.
Stairwell
9.
Companion ladder
10.
Pillar ladder
11.
Lifeboat
12. Lifeboat ladder
13.
Bulwark ladder

Portable ladder
14.
Bulwark
15.
Ship-to-shore gangway

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2.10.1. - Types of ladders

. ,

Accommodation ladder

I.
II.
III.
IV. ,

Single-flight accommodation adder


Twin-flight accommodation ladder
Telescopic accommodation ladder
Accommodation ladder in two parts

1.
2.
3.
4.

Lower platform
Ladder top platform
Flight, flight of step
Transitional platform

Storm ladder

I.
II.

III.

Boarding storm ladder


Pilot hoist
Power-driven hoist ladder
Pilot ladder

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1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

String, stringer
Banister, ladder rung
Oblong banister
Connecting shackle
Hoister
Lift rope
Knotted rope
Mouse, diamond knot

Ship's stationary ladders

I.

Inclined ladder

1.
2.
3.
4.

Handrail, handhold
String, stringer
Step, tread, rung
Soiling

II.

Vertical ladder

III.

Ladder steps Sea steps

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2.10.2. - Accommodation ladder
1.
2.
3. -
-
4. -

5.
6. ( )
7.

8.
9.
10.
11.
12.

13.
14.
15.
16.

Maritime Technical Terminology, Funtik 2001

Lower platform
Railing
Hoisting-launching device
Ladder tackle
Ladder davit

Handrail, handhold
Rail (flexible wire rope)
Rail stanchion
Detachable rail stanchion
Gangway port
Bulwark
Ladder top platform, gangway platform
Corbel
String, stringer, side rail
Flight, flight of steps
Step, rung, tread
Bridel
Guard net
Balance beam, rocking arm, rocker

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2.10.3. - Storm ladder

1.
2.
3.

4.
5.
6.
7.

8.

9.
10.

Maritime Technical Terminology, Funtik 2001

Eye splice
Thimble
Seizing, lashing, bend
Thimble seizing
String
Cross seizing
Cross lashing
Banister
Wooden banister
Tread, step, rung
Oblong banister
Spreader
Wooden bush
Short splice

78
2.10.4. - Sky climber systems

Stages

I.
1.
2.

Boatswain's stage
Plank
Rope cable

II.

Hanging stage, planks


Suspender, hanger
Hold stage
Hoister

III.
1.
2.

Diving stage
Stage
Hogging line, bottom cable

IV.

Hanging, swinging scaffold

Welding cage

1.
.

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Vacuum pad
Spurnwater system

79

D.
( )


Staging, scaffolds
(for a ship under construction and for ship repair)
Ship's scaffolds
Scaffolding
Drydock staging

I.
1.
2.
3.

()
4.
5.

Vertical scaffolding
Outside of the hull
Stage pole, upright support, staging upright
Staging planks
Stage plank
Working platform
Diagonal brace
Horisontal brace

II.
1.
2.
3.

Ladder scaffolds
Ladder
Frame
Guard rail

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Stands

Drydock movable system


Movable platform

I. -

Stand for rudder propeller

II.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5. -

Stand for cylinder part of the hull

F.

Stage, scaffolds

I.

1.
2.

Suspender scaffolds
Swinging scaffolds
Outside of the hull
Hanger

II.

1.

Floating stage
Boat scaffolds
Ponton

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Rail
Ladder
Frame
Staging planks
Pontoon deck

81
2.11. - Emergency outfit
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.

16.

17.
18.
19.

Maritime Technical Terminology, Funtik 2001

Collision mat
Hogging line
Guy
Tackle
Control lanyard
Sheet
Soft collision mat
Joining shackle
Thimble
Seizing of thimble
Leech rope of collision mat
Cringle
Round thimble
Rigid collision mat
Clamp bolt
Bolt with cross piece
Tightening arrangement
Packing pad
Cross piece
Early-strength cement
Cement box

82

20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33,
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.

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Drain pipe
Hooked bolt
Butterfly nut
Shell plating
Inflatable mushroom collision mat
Air hose
Weld reinforcing pad
Locking bar
Pressure face
Telescopic stop
Wooden shield
Inflatable ring collision mat
Emergency screw cramp
Corrugation
Bulge
Dent, set in
Puncture
Hole
Crack
Deflection

83

3. - Life-Saving Appliances
3.1. - Boat gear
1.

2.
3.

4.
5.
6.
7. ,
8.
9.
10.


11.
12. -
13.
14.
15.
16.

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Boat winch
Electrically operated boat winch
Davit span
Knotted lifeline
Diamond knot, footrope knot
Ladder
Davit, boat davit
Boat deck
Boat's falls, lifeboat fall
Fall block
Swivel
Sling hook
Boat detaching hook
Lifeboat
Keel rails
Drainplug hole
Rudder
Pendant
Gripe

84
I.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.

22.

23.

Oar-propelled lifeboat
Rowlock
Gunwale capping, capping
Air case, air tank
Thwart
Drain plug
Automatic valve
Bottom boards
Footlings
Footing
Skates

I.

Type of davits

1.
2.
3.

Radial davit
Luffing davit
Gravity davit

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3.2. - Inflatable liferaft
1.

2.

3.

4. -

5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12. ,
13.
14.


15.
16. ,
17.
18.
19.

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Canopy
Double walled canopy, double skin canopy

Rain catchment tube


Rainwater pipe
Rain catchment pocket
Rain-collector
Rescue signal light
Rescue electric light
Entrance
Boarding curtain
Inflatable arch
Buoyant rescue quoit
Internal ladder
Boarding ladder
Drogue, sea-anchor
Sea-activated cell
Water pocket
Operating line
Operating painter
Operating cord
Gas cylinder, gas bottle
Thwart
Lifeline
Buoyancy chamber
Inflatable floor

86
3.3. - Stowage inflatable liferaft

1.
2.
3.



4.
5.

6.
7.
8.

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Bandage
Lashings
Container
Liferaft container
Rigid container
Flexible container
Inflatable liferaft
Velise
Packing bag
Operating line
Cradle
Hydrostatic release unit

87
3.4. - Hydrostatic release unit
1.
2.

3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

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Rod
Releasing link

Plug
Housing
Membrane
Pedal
Cover
Hanger
Spring
Ball

88
3.5. - - Survival craft emergency
radio equipment
3.5.1. - Portable radio station for
survival craft
1.
2.

3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11. ,
12.
13.

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Radiostation
Handles required for operating the generator

Aerial mast
Telescopic aerial
Kite aerial
Sleeve in canopy
Beam aerial
Earthing
Microphone
Headphones
Sea-activated cell
Inflatable liferaft
Entrance

89
3.6. - Setting lifebuoy on
the navigating bridge
1.
2.
3.
4.

5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

11.

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Lifebuoy
Stopper
Buoyant becketed lifeline
Lifebuoy box

Buoyant lifeline
Navigating bridge
Connecting line
Light-and-smoke buoy
Bracket
Rescue light
Self-igniting light
Orange smoke

90

4. - Signal Means
4.1. - Lanterns and shapes

1.
2.

3.
4.

5.



6. ,


7.

8.

9. -

10.
11.
12.
13.

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Kiel-canal lantern
Stern lantern
Sternlight
Poop anchor lantern
After masthead lantern
Second masthead light
Side lantern
Sidelight
Green light on the starboard side
Red light on the port side
Signal lantern duplicating sound signal
Light signal
Forward masthead lantern
Masthead light forward
Towing lantern
Towing light
Truck flashing lantern
Bow anchor lantern
Diamond
Ball
Cone

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4.2. - Sound signal appliances
I.

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Whistle
Air whistle
Steam whistle
Hooter
Howler
Siren
Tyfon
Electro-tyfon

92
II.

1.
2.
3.
4. -
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Bell
Ship's bell
Bell body
Bell clapper
Striker
Bell-rope
Knot
Diameter of the mouth
Bell mouth
Shackle
Bell crank

III.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Foghorn
Handle
Piston rod
Diaphragm, membrane
Horn
Support
Valve
Piston
Case
Pump barrel

IV.

Gong

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4.3. - Pyrotechnic signal means
I.

Lifeboat pyrotechnic signal means

II.
1.
2.
(>60)
3.
(, . .)

Shooting tube, rocket socket


Rocket
Angle to the horizontal of shooting tube setting
(>60)
Stationary part of the ship's hull (rail, capping
and etc.)

III.

Arrangement for storing pyrotechnic signal


means
Watertight metal locker

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IV.
()



1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Rocket
Sound signal rocket
Parachute rocket
One-star green rocket
One-star red rocket
Cartridge case
Pyrotechnic composition
Priming device
Cover
Operating line
Ring

V.

Hand flare
Distress signal hand flare red
Hand flare white

VI. ,

Buoyant smoke signal capable of giving off


orange coloured smoke

VII.

Light-and-smoke buoy

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5. - Fire Protection
5.1. - Water fire main system
with ring main
1.
2.

3.
4.
5. -
6.
7.
8.
9.
()
( )
10.

11.
12.
13.

Fire hydrant
Fire hose nozzle, fire nozzle
Hand fire hose nozzle
Fire hose
Hose coupling
Quick-acting plug
Hose rack
Hose reel
Shut-off valve
International shore connection (ship)

Fire main
Water fire main
Flushing of chain cables
Flushing of sewage banks
To pressure water spraying system for engine
and boiler rooms
14. For drenching of ladder and emergency exits
from machinery spaces
15.
To foam fire extinguishing system
16.
Pressure gauge
17.
Fire pump
18.
Sluice valve, gate valve
19.
Drain with zero consumption
20.
Suction line
21.
Sea connection

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22.

23.

24.
25.
26.
27.
28.

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Suction strainer
Sea valve grating
Sea chest
Suction connection
Scavenging
Filter
Overflow piping
Relief valve
From pneumatic pressure tank

97
5.2. 2 - CO2 fire extinguishing system

1.
Remote control of the main starting valve

2.
Remote control cabinet of the CO2 system
2
3. Remote control of the starting cylinders
4.
Carbon dioxide extinction station

Fire extinction station
2
CO2 room
5.
Starting cylinder
6.
Pressure gauge
7.
Safety valve, protective valve
8.
Servomotor
9.
Rope or rod connection
10.
Carbon dioxide cylinder
CO2 cylinder
2

Battery of CO2 cylinders
11.
Valve opening device

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12. ()


13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.


24.
25.
26. (2)
27.
28.

Cylinder valve
Discharge valve
Expansion valve
Non-return valve
Collecting manifold
Atmospheric pipe
Main starting valve
Scavenging valve
Distributing manifold
Starting valve
Protected space
Nozzle
Audible alarm
Arrangement for weighing cylinders
Arrangement for measuring the level of liquefied
carbon dioxide in cylinders
Pad
Seating shoe
Carbon dioxide (CO2)
Siphon tube
Protective cap, cylinder cap

29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.

Cylinder bead
Cylinder head ring
Protective diaphragm
Valve needle
Valve needle spring
Cap
Push-turn lever
Starting lever

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5.3. - Foam fire-extinguishing system
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

7.
8.
9.

10.
11.
-

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Foam extinction station,


Foam-generating liquid, Foam compound
Foam-forming liquid tank
Deck socket of filling pipe
Filling pipe
Air vent valve
Air pipe
Level indicator
Drain pipe
Foam hydrant
Twin fire hydrants
Shut-off valve
Foam monitor
Air-foam monitor

100
12.

13.
-
14.
15.
16.

17. ( )
18.

19.
20.

21.
22.
23.
24.
25.

26.


27.

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Foam, froth
high expansion
high expansion air
mechanical
fire
Foam nozzle, foam jet pipe
Portable air-foam nozzle
Foam system hose
Foam extension pipe
Foam-forming liquid pipe
Mainline foam compound
Non-return valve
Fire pump
Centrifugal electric pump
Foam mixer
Foam fire main
Foam pipe
Upper deck
Sluice valve, gate valve
Double bottom plating
Sea chest
Sea connection
suction
Portable foam generator
Portable high expansion foam generator
Shell plating

101
5.4. - Fire-fighting outfit
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
-

-
6.
7.

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Fire-fighting outfit board


Fire hook
Shovel
Fire crowbar
Extinguisher, fire extinguisher
air-foam
foam
portable
powder
hand
fluid
carbon-dioxide, CO2
chemicoair-foam
Fire exe
Hose rack

102
8.

9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.

15.
()

Fire hose nozzle


hand
Fire hose
Fire bucket with lanyard
Scoop for scattering sand
Metal receptacle containing sand
Hose reel
Hose coupling
Hose connection
International shore connection (ship)

16.
17. -
18.

Hose of foam fire extinguishing system


Foam extension pipe
Foam generator
Portable
High expansion foam generator

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6. - Pumping and Piping Arrangements


6.1. - Bilge system

I.
II.
III.
IV.

Shaft tunnel
Engine room
Cofferdam
Hold

1.
Strum box
2.
Suction branch

Bilge suction branch

3.
Distribution box

Distribution chest

Bilge distribution chest

4.
Bilge line

Main bilge line
5. -
Screw down non-return valve
6.
Bilge pump

Power bilge pump

7.
Mud box
8. Bilge pump suction
9.
Independent bilge pump
10.
Drain water
11.
Bilge water

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6.2. - Sea chest with
scavenging equipment

1.
2.
3.
4.
5. -
6.

7.
8.
9.


10.
11.
12.




. .

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Boiler, steam boiler


Air receiver
Reducting valve
Pressure gauge
Screw down non-return valve
Scavenging main
Scavenging pipe line
Sea valve grating
Sea chest
Sea connection, sea valve, kingston valve
Sea suction valve
Independent sea suction valve
Sea water suction pipe line
Shut-off valve
Pump
Ballast pump
Fire pump
Sanitary pump
Cooling pump
etc.

105

7. - Machinery Installations
7.1. - Shafting of single shaft vessel

1.
2.
3.
4.

5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.

15.
16.
17.

18.
19.

20.

Maritime Technical Terminology, Funtik 2001

Propeller
Afterpeak
Afterpeak bulkhead
Escape trunk
Emergency trunk
Tunnel recess
Steady bearing
Intermediate shaft
Bulkhead stuffing box
Thrust bearing
Thrust shaft
Main engine
Engine seating
Shaft tunnel
Shaft stool
Shaft coupling
Stern gland
Propeller shaft
Stern tube shaft
Stern tube
Stern boss
Stern tube boss
Stern frame

106
7.2. - Stern tube

1. -
2.

3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.

15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.

Maritime Technical Terminology, Funtik 2001

Fairwater cap
Propeller lock nut
Tailshaft nut
Propeller boss, propeller hub
Propeller blade
Propeller key
Gland packing
Fairwater cone
Stern frame
Stern tube
After stern tube bush
Lignum vitae strips
Oil pipe
Forward stern tube bush
Cooling and flushing water pipe
Afterpeak bulkhead
Packing gland
Stud, stud bolt
Stern gland bush
Packing, gland packing
Shaft bronze liner
Stern tube nut
Stern tube check ring
Stern tube retaining strip
Dish bolt
Tailshaft
Propeller shaft

107
7.3. - Propeller shafts
I.
II.
III.
IV. ,

1. X

2.
3.


4.

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Propeller shaft without liner


Propeller shaft .with continuous liner
Propeller shaft non-continuous liner
End design of shaft liner for epoxy coating
Tailshaft
Threaded propeller shaft end
Keyed cone joint
Propeller shaft cone
Taper
Shaft taper surface
Keyway
Spoon shape of keyway

108
5.
Key
6.
Setscrew
7.
Propeller shaft, screw shaft

Hollow shaft

Solid shaft

Flange shaft
8.
Hole for setscrew
9. Tapped hole for lifting bolt
10.
Stern shaft journal
11.
Fillet
12.
Part of shaft between journals
13.
Shaft diameter
14.
Forward shaft journal
15.
Propeller shaft end forward
6.
Flange

Coupling flange

Flange coupling, flange joint
17.
Coupling bolt
18.
Recess
19.
Propeller lock nut

Tailshaft nut
20.
Stop screw
21. Keyless cone joint
22.
Shaft liner

Continuous liner

Shaft bronze liner
23.
Gutterway
24.
Muff, coupling, coupler

Muff coupling
25.
Discharging slot
26.
Non-continuous liner
27.
Protective coating

Epoxy coating

Plasting coating

Resin-glass

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7.4. - Shaft struts
1.
2.
3.
4.


5.
6.


7.
8.
9.


10.
11.

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Fairing
Propeller nut
Propeller
Shaft strut, propeller strut, shaft bracket,
propeller bracket, propeller shaft bracket, strut
bracket
Cast steel shaft strut
Welded shaft strut
Strut palm
Section of strut
Streamlined strut
Pear-shaped section
Bracket boss
Bracket bush
Propeller shaft
Wing propeller shaft
Side propeller shaft
Stern tube nut
Bossing

110
12.
13.

14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
-
19.

Stern tube
Welded packing pad
Doubling plate
Packing box
Packing gland
Shell plating
Single-arm shaft strut
Twin-arm shaft strut
"A" bracket
Spectacle frame

20.

21.


22.
23.

Twin-screw ship
Twin-shaft ship
Triple-screw ship
Triple-shaft ship
Multiple screwed ship
Long bossing
Center propeller shaft

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7.5. - Propeller
1.
2.
3.
4.

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Propeller hub, propeller boss


Propeller taper bore
Keyway
Propeller stern face, after end of hub, after end of
boss

112
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.

17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.

Maritime Technical Terminology, Funtik 2001

Blade root
Propeller blade
Hole for grease
Ring recess
Fore end of hub
Filling hole
Discharge hole
Propeller hub hollow, propeller hub recess
Trailing edge
Blade tip
Leading edge
Grease lubrication
Non-corrosive mass
Screw plug
Packing gland
Stud and nut
Shaft liner
Propeller shaft
Rubber packing ring

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- ( )

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Propeller, screw propeller


keyless
side
bronze
ducted, shrouded
steerable ducted
two bladed
spare
stainless steel
carbon steel
stern
brass
left-hand (ed)
cast
marine
plastic
right-hand (ed)
five-bladed
reversible, reversing
controllable pitch, CP
welded
keyless bore
nylon-bladed
fixed blades
detachable blades, removable blades
keyed
center
steel
glass (resin)
variable-pitch
"cropped" blades
ship's
tandem
three bladed
fixed
solid
Six-bladed
four-bladed
cast iron

114
7.6. - - Crank gear
I.
II.
III.
1.
2.
3.
4.
4.
4b.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Maritime Technical Terminology, Funtik 2001

Crankshaft
Cross head engine
Trunk engine
Shaft flange
Flywheel
Thrust bearing
Crankshaft
Integral forged crankshaft
Built-up crankshaft
Crankpin
Crank bearing
Main-bearing journal
Main bearing
Counter balance, balance weight
Crankshaft counterweight

115
10.
11.
12.
12.
12b.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18. ,
19.
20.
21.

-


.

Maritime Technical Terminology, Funtik 2001

Crankweb
Crosshead-type piston
Piston ring
Gas ring
Scraper ring, oil ring, oil wiper
Piston rod
Crosshead bearing
Crosshead
Connecting rod
Guide shoe
Crosshead guide
Trunk piston
Piston pin
Crankshaft deflection indicator

Definition
Crankshaft deflection, crank web deflection difference of measurement distance between
crankwebs in case of the two diametrically
opposite positions of crankshaft.

116
7.7. - Diesel engine
1.
2.

3.

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Exhaust gas manifold


Cooling water outlet
Exhaust valve

117
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.

12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
()
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.

26.

27.
28.
29.
30.
31.

Maritime Technical Terminology, Funtik 2001

Cylinder cover
Fuel injection valve
Cylinder liner
Cooling water jacket
Fuel injection pump
Working piston
Piston rod
Cam shaft for fuel pumps
Piston rod stuffing box
Cofferdam
Lever for exhaust valve
Cam shaft for exhaust valves
Crosshead guide shoe
Crosshead pin
Crosshead bearing
Crosshead guide
Connecting rod
Big end bearing
Crankshaft
Entablature
Bed plate
Telescopic pipe for piston cooling
Crank case relief valve
Scavenging air cooler
Scavenging air pumps
Scavenging air receiver
Starting air valve
Turbo-charger

118

8. - Docks
8.1. - Box floating dock
1.
2.

3.
4.
5. -

6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12. -
13.
14.
15.

16.
17. -
18.

Maritime Technical Terminology, Funtik 2001

Pontoon
Tower
Side wall, wing wall
Control house
Central control station
Top deck

Safety deck
Centralizer
Docked vessel
Dock centerline
Crane
Crane track
Suction-discharging sluice valve
Dewatering pump
Ballast line
Keelblock
Keel-track ram
Bilge block
Pontoon deck
Buoyancy compartment

119

19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
,
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.

Ballast compartment
Pontoons freeboard of dock
Towers freeboard of dock
Water depth above keelblocks
Dash pot
Dock allowable draft
Water level
Datum water level
Mooring anchor
Chain cable
Buoy mooring
Water under the keel
Dock submersion pit
Water ballast

32.
33.
34.

Keel track
Keel line
Cradle

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8.2. - Master floating dock with dockpontoons
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8. -
9.
10.
11. -
12. -

Master floating dock


Dockpontoon
Sluice valve gear
Dockpontoon girder
Movable bilge block
Keelblock
Dockpontoon crane
Top-deck
Safety deck
Master floating dock tower
Master floating dock deck
Dockpontoon pontoon deck

13.
14. -
15.
16.
17. -
18.
19.
20.

Master floating dock girder


Suction-discharging pipe
Distribution box
Dewatering pump
Suction-discharging sluice valve
Telescopic branch
Dry compartment
Central control station

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8.3. - Action of the master floating dock
I.

Ship's enter the dock

II.

Master floating dock-wising

III. ,

Master floating deck submersion, raising and


launching of dockpontoon with a vessel

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
: .

Maritime Technical Terminology, Funtik 2001

Docked vessel
Dockpontoon
Master floating dock
Water ballast
Ballast compartments
Set of the master floating dock: master floating
dock and five - eight dockpontoons.

122
8.4. - Dry dock
graving dock, graving drydock

1.
2. ( )
3.

4.

5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10. ()

11.

12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.

Maritime Technical Terminology, Funtik 2001

Water level of outside aquatorium


Docking draught (depth over sill)
Dock gate
Gate, water gate
Pontoon dock-gate, caisson
Length between gate and dock head
Ladder
Dock head
Dock centerline
Sill, dock sill, apron, dock apron
Caisson groove
Drain well, drainage well
Trickling water
Dock floor
Dock sole
Dry dock entrance
Width of entrance
Dewatering pump
Dock chamber
Keelblock
Keel track
Longitudinal breaks

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Dock
emergency
autonomous
balance
auxiliary floating
hydraulic, hydraulic lift
box
wood, wooden
outfitting, fitting-out
reinforced concrete
composite
master floating
metal
wet, wet basin, closed
one-piece floating
flooding
depositing, offshore
floating
pontoon
repairing
self-docking
sectional, multi-sectional, bolted sectional
sectional box
sectional pontoon
shipbuilder, construction
dry, graving
all-welded

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9. - Container Service

Containership, container carrier

1.
Ship container crane
2.
Containers
3. Container coupling device
4.
Container lashing
5.
Harbour container crane
6.
Container terminal
7.
Base container
( (Base container can bear the weight of 5 other
5 , loaded containers placed one above the other)
.)

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. 1

()

(,

- )
1.



2.
3.
4.
5.

6.
7.
8.

9.



10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.


18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.

Maritime Technical Terminology, Funtik 2001

Container
aluminium
prototype
freight
isothermal
metal
refrigerated
series
steel
standard
container built in conformity with ISO rules)
Corner fitting
Container corner fitting, container corner casting
Left-hand fitting
Right-hand fitting
Lower corner fitting
Upper corner fitting, top corner fitting'
Air inlet
Roof
Roof panel
Emblem of the USSR Register of Shipping
Lateral hinge
Stopwater
Rubber packing
End door
Door-leaf
Door panel
Flush door
Panel door
Door locking gear
Latch bar, locking rod
Label, seal
Pocket for the carriage of documents
Fork-lift pocket
Side wall, lateral wall
Floor
End wall
Metal frame
Load-bearing framework
Roof rail
Roof cross members
Corner post
Door opening
Base cross members
Side rail, bottom rail
Lower frame

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.

Marking scheme

1.
Owner's mark and serial number
2.
Maximum gross weight in kilograms and in short

tons (one short ton is equal to 907,18 kg)
(
907,18 )
3. Tare weight in kilograms and in short tons

4.
A single code letter for external overall

dimensions of the freight container
5.
A two digit code number for the type of freight

container
6. , , A character to indicate that it is a freight

container
7. -, Country of ownership in a code of up to three
( ) letters (if required)
8. - ( Load in stacking (total)
D.
1.
2.

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Fork-lift truck
Container
Fork arms

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9.1. Container securing components
The line drawings which follow are nothing more than a brief indication of the various types of components available in
container securing systems. Different manufacturers tend to give different names and terms to very similar components,
and so it is advisable to consult the hand-book and/or catalogue on board the ship and to use the given names for the
components. Where a manufacturer's hand-book or catalogue is not available care must be taken when describing a
component: words or terms used should not be ambiguous or misleading.
These drawings are re-produced with the kind permission of International Lashing Systems and Coubro & Scrutton Ltd.
(Securing Division).

1. Flush-fitting pot socket for twist-locks and locator cones;


sometimes referred to as a deck insert socket.

2. Raised deck socket; sometimes referred to as a stool or seat.

3. Raised keyhole foundation, sometimes referred to as a


keyhole seat or keyhole stool for use with special sliding
cones of the non-lockable or lockable type as shown at No. 16;
alternatively, may be used as lashing point for wires or chains
fitted with special bulb-hooks of a type similar to No. 30.

4. A flush-fitting keyhole socket.

5 Raised locator pocket, for use with non-lockable locator


cones such as No. 14.

6. Flush-fitting locator pocket to accept non-lockable locator


cone such as No. 14.

7. A slide shoe weldment for accepting flat-based twist-locks


with chamfered edges such as No. 15. Locator cones and
lockable cones with similar bases can also be used in the slide
shoe weldment. Sometimes referred to as a U-frame or a dovetail
socket.

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8. Circular foundation pot or post socket, with plug.

9. Container guide, corner fitting, with locking bar or blocking


pin.

10. Lockable bottom locator cone for welded attachment to


deck.

11. Flush-fitting lashing pot for hook attachment.

12. Single '0' ring for hook or shackle attachment.

13. Non-lockable bottom stacking cone sometimes called a


stacking peg, for round pot insertion.

14. Non-lockable, bottom stacking cone, sometimes called a


stacking peg, with rectangular insertion base to match Nos. 5 &
6.

15. Flat based, shoe fitting twist-lock, used in connection with


slide shoe fitting as shown in No. 7. Sometimes known as a
dovetail twist-lock.

16. A single, sliding lockable base cone for use with keyhole
foundations such as Nos. 3 & 4.

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17. A single, non-lockable, inter-layer stacker, sometimes
known as an intermediate stacking cone. When the horizontal
plate is extended to accept two such fittings the item is known as
a double inter-layer stacker or double intermediate stacking
cone. They may be for transversal or longitudinal application.
18. A single, lockable inter-layer stacker, or lockable
intermediate cone, used with right-handed locking bars or
blocking pins.

19. A 6" spacer with single stacking cone; sometimes supplied


with two opposing cones. Used to bring the tops of unequal size
adjacent containers in stack to the same horizontal line so that
screw-bridge fittings may be attached to corner castings. (See
No. 21).

20. A handle-operated turn-foot twist-lock, or inter-layer twistlock, to secure a base corner casting to a deck fitting (such as
No. 2) and/or to secure the top corner casting of one container to
the bottom corner casting of the next container above.
21. A screw-bridge fitting, sometimes referred to as a bridge
fitting or a tension clamp or compression clamp, or container
bridge. Used to connect the upper corner castings of a top layer
of containers in stack.
22. A container side support or coaming chock. These fittings
come in a variety of purpose-built shapes and designs. Used
principally below the weather-deck to provide side and end
chock support to containers in stack, where they pass through
'tween deck coaming areas, for instance.
23. A straight bar lashing rod with special hook for insertion into
container corner casting.

24. A wheel-tensioned turn-buckle with hook at each end.

25. A raised star-dome lashing pot, sometimes known as an


elephant foot lashing pot, for making quick connection to
lashing gear fitted with bulb-hooks of a type similar to No. 30.

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26. A vehicle wheel chock.

27. Standard lashing hook.

28. Flush pin 'D' shackle.

29. Tension lever, sometimes called a gatortail tensioner.

30. Bulb-hook for lashing in near-horizontal plane. A variation


on the angle of the bulb produces an elephant's foot hook for use
with No. 25.

31. Penguin-hook for connecting lashing gear to container


corner casting. Variations on this shape produce rhino-hooks,
pad-hooks, viking-hooks, etc. It is important that the correct
shape hook be used at the position for which it was designed.

32. Flat plate lashing terminal for three connecting points.

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33. Lashing rig, with bar, wire, and quick-release tension lever.

34. Container upper corner casting (or corner fitting) righthand.

35. Container bottom corner casting (or corner fitting) righthand.

36. Lashing system comprising wire with swaged eyes around


thimbles, and turn-buckle with hook at one end, and collar/bolt
fitting at other.

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37. A chain tension lever lashing, sometimes known as a


gatortail tensioner.

38. A double 'D' ring for deck lashings to accept hook, shackle
or bolt attachments.

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10. Po-Po - Ro-Ro Ships



.
(
)


( )
1.
2.
3.
4.


5.
6.
7.

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Ramp arrangement
Ramp
wire operated
hydraulically operated
portable internal
slewing
angled
Fixed ramp
Stern ramp, quarter ramp
Angled stern ramp
Stern door
Stern entrance
Stern opening
Stern gate
Side door
Side ramp
Casing

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8.
(
)
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.

.
17.


18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24,
25.


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Casing door
(the casing door gives access to the weather
deck)
Bow visor (vizor)
Bow ramp
Ramp cover
Roadway
Trailgate
Clear opening
Clear height
Clear width

Trailer loading facilities


Scissors lift
Scissors platform
Trailer lift
Pantograph type lifting platform
Internal ramp
Palletized cargo
Container
Weather deck
Upper tweendeck
Lower tweendeck
Hold
Platform
rolling
moving, travailing
Pallet, loading pallet

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26.

27.
( )
-



28. ,
29.

Pallet
roller
wheeled
loading
fork
Electric truck
Power truck
Truck
Ro-Ro truck
Tractor, towing vehicle
tractor-trailer vehicle
train-type vehicle
Trailer
Fork lift truck

Funtik , 2001
funtik@klaipeda.omnitel.net
dvb@takas.lt
Captain Dmitrij Bakirov
! Thanks to:
. ., .. " " (Bases of
maritime technical terminology). . . 2-, . ., "", 1978,
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