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Shiphandling For The Mariner

Author : Daniel H. MacElrevey
ISBN : 0870334646
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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MacElrevey's Shiphandling for the Mariner, first published in 1983, is addressed primarily to the practicing mariner who already possesses some degree of professional knowledge, experience, and training. In a nontechnical style, and with illustrations, the author stresses maneuvers routinely used by working pilots and masters, with special attention to directional stability, shallow water effects, squat, and aids such as variable pitch propulsion, electronic reference instrumentation, and tractor tugs. All maneuvers used in docking, undocking, and shiphandling in restricted waters are covered, as well as less common maneuvers: docking at single point and multiple buoy moorings, use of anchors in shiphandling, offshore lightering, and transiting of locks and canals.

Officer In Charge Of A Navigational Watch On A Fishing Vessel 2008 Edition

Author : International Maritime Organization
ISBN : 9280100416
Genre : Fishing boats
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Ship Handling

Author : D. J. House
ISBN : 9780750685306
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 41. 21 MB
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Suitable as a training manual and a day-to-day reference, Shiphandling is the comprehensive and up to date guide to the theory and practice of ship handling procedures. Its covers the requirements of all STCW-level marine qualifications, provides expert guidance on all the hardware that marine professionals will make use of in the control and operation of their vessel and offers a broad focus on many shiphandling scenarios. ? Covers all key shiphandling topics for nautical (merchant marine) students and more experienced mariners seeking trusted guidance ? Author David House is one of the best known marine authors; he has a wealth of experience, with over 30 years experience at sea and is author of 11 successful marine operations books ? Covers STCW requirements; is written for professional mariners, rather then amateur sailors; offers a highly practical professional development based approach to enhancing the reader's skills and knowledge, with a focus on preparing them for higher rank.

Simulated Voyages

Author : Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences
ISBN : 9780309175982
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This book assesses the state of practice and use of ship-bridge simulators in the professional development and licensing of deck officers and marine pilots. It focuses on full-mission computer-based simulators and manned models. It analyzes their use in instruction, evaluation and licensing and gives information and practical guidance on the establishment of training and licensing program standards, and on simulator and simulation validation.

Shiphandling Simulation

Author : National Research Council
ISBN : 9780309043380
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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As a result of major shipping disasters on all coasts, the safety of vessel operations in U.S. ports and waterways and the effectiveness of waterway designs are under increased scrutiny. But are traditional waterway design practices that rely heavily on rules of thumb and conservatism providing adequate margins of safety while keeping the overall costs of waterway projects within the funding capabilities of local project sponsors? Shiphandling Simulation addresses how computer-based simulation can be used to improve the cost- effectiveness of waterway design while satisfying safety objectives. The book examines the role of computer simulation in improving waterway design, evaluates the adequacy of data input, explores the validity of hydrodynamic and mathematical models, assesses required and achievable accuracy of simulation results, and identifies research needed to establish shiphandling simulation as a standard design aid. Case studies of waterway design efforts employing shiphandling simulation are analyzed and lessons learned are identified.

Naval Shiphandling

Author : Russell Sydnor Crenshaw
ISBN : UOM:39015023191201
Genre : Warships
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Shiphandling With Tugs

Author : Jeff Slesinger
ISBN : 0870335987
Genre : Transportation
File Size : 84. 93 MB
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Shiphandling with Tugs, Second Edition is the most comprehensive text available for the mariner who wants to learn how to safely and effectively operate tugs in assisting ships to and from their berths in ports and anchorages. Captain Jeffrey Slesinger used his extensive knowledge of the industry to bring Reids original edition, published in 1986, up to date with current technologies and standards, adding sections on the advances made in tug design, and line and winch technology. Shiphandling with Tugs, Second Edition includes a new chapter on ship escort with updated and expanded chapters on todays tugs, including descriptions and illustrations of the latest tractor tug designs and capabilities.

Simulators For Mariner Training And Licensing

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ISBN : NWU:35556021258496
Genre : Merchant marine
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Seamanship Techniques

Author : D. J. House
ISBN : 9780750663151
Genre : Transportation
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This third edition presents the most thorough revision of Seamanship Techniques since first publication in 1987. Already recognised as one of the leading texts for cadet and serving seafarers of all ranks, this new edition covers all the seamanship knowledge required by students and experienced seafarers alike. Ideal for Merchant Navy Officers from Cadet rank to Master Mariner, the new edition incorporates the 2003 amendments to the Collision Avoidance Regulations and new material covering regulations and practice on cargo operations, survival systems, GMDSS requirements, watch keeping duties, rescue operations and pollution control, to name a few. Used by training establishments around the world this is the only reference to both shipboard practice and ship operations that seafarers will need. * Well-established, well-known, well-liked, well-trusted; the fully comrehensive seamanship reference Covers all the knowledge required to take readers from Cadet to Master rank * Includes the 2003 revision to the Collision Avoidance Rules and fully aligned with the IMO STCW (Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping) requirements

Watchstanding Guide For The Merchant Officer

Author : Robert J. Meurn
ISBN : 0870335944
Genre : Transportation
File Size : 27. 21 MB
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On a merchant ship it is the watch officer who feels the full weight of responsibility for the safety of the vessel. This book not only helps a new watch officer shoulder that responsibility, but reinforces the knowledge and skills of the experienced mate. The complete scope of watchstanding duties, the use of modern bridge equipment, voyage planning, shiphandling, and shipboard emergencies are all addressed. The new edition is updated to reflect the changes in the industry and now features real-life case studies.

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