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Ship Construction
Bow and Stern

Pounding and the additional provisions to withstand such pounding:
Heavy pitching assisted by heaving as the whole vessel is lifted in a seaway may subject the forepart to severe blows from the sea. The greatest effect is
experienced in the light ship condition. To compensate for this the bottom is strengthened from 0.5L to between 0.25L and 0.3L from forward depending on the
block coefficient, unless the ballast draught forward is over 0.04L.

Bottom framed Longitudinally
Longitudinals are to be spaced 1000mm apart between 0.2L and 0.3L from forward and 700mm apart between 0.2L from forward and the collision bulkhead.
Plate floors are to be fitted alternate frames, side girders not more than 2.1m apart.


Bottom framed Transversely
Frame spacing abaft 0.2L from forward is not to exceed 1000mm and between 0.2L and the collision bulkhead 700mm. Forward of the collision bulkhead
610mm. Plate floors are to be fitted at every frame. Intercostal side girders are to be not more than 2.2m apart with half height side girders not more than 1.1m
apart, the girders extending as far as is practicable.
Panting
This is a stress, which occurs at the ends of a vessel due to variations in water pressure on the shell plating as the vessel pitches in a seaway. The effect is
accentuated at the bow when making headway.
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Panting arrangements are to extend 0.15L from forward and abaft the after peak bulkhead.
Tiers of beams spaced not more than 2000mm apart vertically are to be fitted at alternate frames in the fore peak or below the lower deck above the water line if
the forepeak is small. Alternatively perforated flats may be fitted in lieu of panting beams 2.5m apart vertically.
Tiers of beams are to be supported at the centreline by a partial wash bulkhead or pillars. Beams are to be bracketed to frames and the frames to which no beams
are attached are to be bracketed to the stringer. Stringer plates attached to the shell are to be fitted at each tier of beams.
Abaft the collision bulkhead intercostals side stringers having the same depth as the frames are to be fitted in line with those forward of the collision bulkhead and
are to extend aft for 0.15L from the fore end. Stringers may be omitted if the shell plating is of increased thickness.
Abaft the after peak bulkhead the structure is to be efficiently stiffened by deep floors and tiers of beams in association with stringers spaced 2500mm apart
vertically.

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Stern Frame
Stern frames may be cast/ forged or fabricated from steel plate. In the case of cast or forged steel frames they may be in one piece or in two or more sections
riveted or welded together (thermit welding).
Where a riveted connection is used the two sections of the bar are scarphed together and the class rules for the scarph are 3D and the depth as one and one third
D, where D is the depth of the bar used in the construction of the frame.
A scarph fitted in a rudder post should not be above the highest gudgeon.
Cast steel and fabricated stern frames are to be strengthened at intervals by transverse webs. All stern frames are to be efficiently attached to the adjoining
structure and the lower part of the stern frame is to be extended forward to provide an efficient connection to the flat plate keel.
With larger stern frames there is a tendency for the whole stern or propeller post and adjacent sections to be fabricated.