By Edward L. Attwood
;War-Ships: A Textbook at the development, defense, balance, Turning, Etc., of struggle Vessels КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Автор:Edward L. Attwood Название: War-Ships: A Textbook at the building, safety, balance, Turning, Etc., of conflict VesselsИздательство: Longmans, eco-friendly & Co. Год: 1917 Формат: PDF Размер: 35.5mb Язык: English Книга - фундаментальная монография - о строительстве боевых кораблей, согласно новейших технологий образца указанного года издания. Тут всё: от выбора сорта стали и брони, типа заклепок, отделки орудийных башен, до методов расчета остойчивости и общей теории. Рассчитана на специалистов-кораблестроителей. TurboBit Depositfiles zero
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There is no difficulty in securing a watertight connection with the side at the main or middle decks of an armoured ship, if the transverse framing is not continuous through the deck, and a foreand-aft angle can be run along and caulked (Fig. 34). Wood Decks. The use of wood decks has been very much reduced in recent years in vessels of the Royal Navy, on account ; of the probability of the wood catching fire in action. Wood is now only used for weather decks. Formerly it was fitted in Admiral's apartments and the ward room, in casemates and ammunition passages, and for magazine flats.
Are connected together by a piece of angle, shown in Fig. 14, long enough to take two, three, or more fitted as rivets each side as necessary. The breadths given above for butt-straps and laps are somewhat when In this case a dealing with high tensile steel. from clearance the is considered edge slightly greater necessary. Spacing" of Rivets. , is termed the pitch. This pitch exceeded varies according as it is necessary to have the joint watertight or For the former case the joint has to be caulked, and in order not.
14, long enough to take two, three, or more fitted as rivets each side as necessary. The breadths given above for butt-straps and laps are somewhat when In this case a dealing with high tensile steel. from clearance the is considered edge slightly greater necessary. Spacing" of Rivets. , is termed the pitch. This pitch exceeded varies according as it is necessary to have the joint watertight or For the former case the joint has to be caulked, and in order not. it is necessary to have the rivets closely spaced to draw and keep the work tightly together.