Measurement of Vessels for the Panama Canal, Volumen2

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1913 - 596 páginas

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American tonnage certificate
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Measurement of gross tonnage under the measurement rules of Great Britain Suez Canal Co Germany and the United States
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Gross tonnage of steamers measured by British Suez and American rules
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Gross tonnage of two German steamers measured by Suez German and American rules
63
Deductions other than for propelling power under the measurement rules of Great Britian Suez Canal Co Germany and the United States
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Gross and net tonnage of eight steamers as determined by the British American and Suez measurement rules
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Gross and net tonnage of two German steamers as determined by the German American and Suez measurement rules
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Gross and net tonnages of the metal steam vessels of the world 1890 1900 1910 and the percentage deducted from the gross in ascertaining the net
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Gross and net tonnages of vessels that passed through the Suez Canal 18911893 and 19031912
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Part PRINCIPLES CONTROLLING PANAMA MEASUREMENT RULES
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Displacement and gross and net tonnage British and Suez measurements of five British warships
100
Normal displacement and gross and net tonnage Suez measurement of different types of American warships
101
Range of block coefficients of selected representatives of different types of American naval vessels
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Net tonnage the basis of tolls on merchant ships
107
The necessity for special Panama measurement rules
115
Rules concerning superstructures and shelter decks history and criticism
165
Treatment in 1913 of superstructures and shelter deck spaces under the measurement rules of Great Britain the Suez Canal Co Germany and the Unit...
182
International uniformity in tonnage and measurement past efforts future possibilities
185
Nations that have adopted the Moorsom ton and the Moorsom measurement system
189
Comparison of the Panama and Suez measurement rules
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Main features of the Panama measurement rules
207
Technical directions issued December 1908 by the German Government to the shipmeasurement boards concerning the execution of the shipmeasure...
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Comparative analysis of the French British and German shipmeasurement rules
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Comparative analysis of the provisions of the tonnage certificates issued to vessels in France England and Germany
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Report of the International Tonnage Commission signed at Constantinople December 18 1873
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History of the measurement of tonnage of vessels using the Suez Canal
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Suez Canal Co s rules for the measurement of vessels
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Memorandum by the Universal Maritime Canal Co of Suez on the application of the rules of 1904 rela tive to the measurement of superstructures Par...
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British Board of Trade instructions to surveryors concerning the measurement of vessels for the issue of Suez Canal certificates
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Instructions of the German Government for the application of the Suez rules to the measurement of vessels
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Comparative analysis of the provisions applying the Suez rules for the measurement of vessels by French English and German surveyors
433
Instructions and regulations relating to the measurement of ships of the United States Navy for ton nage certificates used in navigation of the Suez M...
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Report of the British Royal Commission on Tonnage 1881
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Law rules and regulations for the government of St Marys Falls Canal
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Regulations prescribed by the Secretary of War for the use administration and navigation of the Louis ville Portland Canal
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Operating regulations and navigation charges of the Suez Maritime Canal January 1913
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Traffic regulations and code of signals of the Kaiser Wilhelm Canal
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Regulations and bylaws and notices to mariners and pilots governing the use of the Manchester Canal
533
General regulations governing the use of rivers and canals in the Netherlands
555
Special regulations relating to the North Sea Amsterdam Canal
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Index
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Página 129 - ... breadths ; measure also the mean length of the space between the foremost and aftermost bulkheads or limits of its length, excluding such parts (if any) as are not actually occupied by or required for the proper working of the machinery...
Página 248 - Inside horizontal breadth, at each of the three points of division, and also at the upper and lower points of the depth, extending each measurement to the average thickness...
Página 477 - Every place so occupied shall be kept free from goods or stores of any kind not being the personal property of the crew in use during the voyage; and if any such place is not so kept free...
Página 129 - ... which are framed in for the machinery or for the admission of light and air, by multiplying together the length, depth and breadth thereof; add...
Página 407 - ... in a direction perpendicular to the keel from the height so marked on the outside of the ship on the one side to the height so marked on the other side by passing a chain under the keel...
Página 248 - ... and also at the upper and lower points of the depth, number them from above as before ; multiply the second, fourth, and sixth by...
Página 256 - ... deck, or, in case of a break, below a line stretched in continuation thereof, to the upper side of the floor timber at the inside of the limber strake...
Página 238 - Crown aforesaid, which are framed in for the Machinery or for the Admission of Light and Air, by multiplying together the Length, Depth, and Breadth thereof; add such Contents to the Cubical Contents of the Space below the Crown ; divide the Sum by 100; and the Result shall be deemed to be the Tonnage of the said Space...
Página 275 - ... multiply the quantity thus obtained by one-third of the common interval between the breadths, and the product shall be deemed the transverse area...
Página 405 - ... (average thickness), deducting from this length what is due to the rake of the bow in the thickness of the deck, and what is due to the rake of the stern timber in the thickness of the deck, and also what is due to the...

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