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FIG. 9—ILLUSTRATES RELATION' BETWEEN DRAFT AND DISPLACEMF.NT
FIG. 11—HOW EXTERNAL lOKCE CAUSES HEELED-OVER POSITION
FIG. 13—GRADUAL STREAM-LINE OF A PROPERLY FORMED VESSEL
FIG. 16—VARIOUS TYPES OF STERNS
FIG. 17—STERNS FOR SHALLOW UR.AFT VESSELS
FIG. 26—CONSTRUCTION OF liOTTOM GIRDER OF L.\RGE WOODEN SHIP
FIG. 28—KEEL OF A WOODEN TUG
FIG. 33—TRANSOM STERN FOR SM.M.I. r.OAT WITH METAL RUDDER
FIG. 34—COMPROMISE STERNS SELDOM USED ON WORKBOATS
FIG. 36—LON'CITUniNAL SECTION OF WOODEN TUNNEL STERN BOAT
FIG. 39—THREE TYPES OF KEELS OF STEEL VESSELS
FIG. 46—ELEVATION AND PLAN OF STERN WHEEL VESSEL
FIG. 45—CONSTRUCTION OF RUDDERS AND STRUT BEARINGS
FIG. 47—HOW THE BOTTOM PLATING IS DISHED FOR TUNNEL STERN
FIG. 54—SHALLOW DRAFT VESSELS HAVE STRAIGHT FRAMES
FIG. 58~STEEL SIDE KEELSONS WITH TRANSVERSE FRAMING
FIG. 61—WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THE BOW OR STERN COMPARTMENT IS FLOODED
FIG. 63-TRANSVERSE WATERTIGHT BULKHEAD FOR SMALL WOODEN VESSEL
FIG. 65—STEEL BULKHEADS AND FASTENINGS FOR WOODEN VESSELS
FIG. 68-A—METHODS OF FITTING HULL PLATING TO FRAMES
FIG. 69—CONSTRUCTION OF FENDERS AND BILGE KEELS
FIG. 74—CONSTRUCTION OF DECKS OF STEEL VESSELS
KIO. 81—DETAIL CONSTliUCTION OF COMPANION SLIDES AND HATCHES
KIO. 82—WATERTIGHT HATCHES AND MANHOLES
FIG. 83—CONSTRUCTION DETAILS OF LAPIIKIiS AND RAILS
FIG. 84—AWNING STANCHIONS AND FITTINGS
FIG. 87—DAVITS AND HOW THEY ARE INSTALLED
FIG. 102—HOW WOOD SIIE.4THING IS FITTED ON WOODEN HULLS
FIG. 105—METHOD USED IN HOLDING RODS IN PLACE FOR POURING FORMS
FIG. 107—CONSTRUCTION OF STANCHIONS AND GIRDERS
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The Design and Construction of Power Workboats

The Design and Construction of Power Workboats

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Displacement boats from the 1900s. Surprisingly, some designs have not changed a bit, but the construction would have.
Displacement boats from the 1900s. Surprisingly, some designs have not changed a bit, but the construction would have.

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