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S0300-A8-HBK-010 Table B-34A. Characteristics of Typical Merchant Ships, cira 1965. Mariner, with Added Features (1962) General Cargo ig B-9) Passenger Cargo Container Ship ig B-12) Barge Carrier (LASH) ig B-14) Barge Carrier (SEABEE) ig B-14) Tanker Ore Carrier Dimensions, ft-in LOALBPBeam (  ft-in DS ostrenh deck) Tmax (maximum molded) ˆ† , seawater, lton Total Deadweigh ltonDeadweighdisplacemenorm:Lenh for coefficients, LTD (design) ˆ† (molded, at Tlton Coefficients BlockPrismatic Maximum sectionWaterplane Ratios: LBP/DT/D ST DLBP Weed surface, total, sq ftKM, ftMT1 in, ft-tonsTPIStability: GM, light ship, ftGM, loaded, ft Capacities: PassengersCrew Dry cargo, bale, ft 3 Refr cargo, bale,Stores, ne ft 3 Machinery *: SHP, maximumBoilersScrews Speed, kts rial, at 80% SHP at Tmax ) 565-0528-0 76-044-6 31-7 22,63013,735 0. 607 520'-0" 27'-0" 18,674 0. 6125 0. 6246 0. 9807 0. 7236 11. 87 0. 710 2. 81 6. 95 50,006 31. 09 1776 68. 09 2. 6 5. 0 1258 555,499 87,61212,159 19,250 21 20 573-11 544-6 82-045-630-6 21,23512,932 0. 609 540'-0" 28'-5" 19,340 0. 539 0. 559 0. 963 0. 685 11. 97 0. 670 2. 89 6. 64 51,750 34. 60 1860 72. 2 1. 8 3. 6 corr 1245 782,400 50,00011,991 24,000 11 23 546-8508-6 79-048-129-1 19,799 9,234 0. 466 508-6 27-0 18,009 0. 5811 0. 6014 0. 9663 0. 7188 10. 58 0. 605 2. 93 6. 44 48,650 33. 8 1745 68. 74 1. 4 3. 2 corr 119121 625,600 19,35511,149 19,800 21 20 752-0705-9100-6 57-029-0 33,92419,524 0. 575 722-0 29-0 33,500 0. 558 0. 560 0. 997 0. 700 12. 38 0. 509 3. 46 7. 02 40. 15 4840 120. 30 16. 8 5. 0 0 40 1200 TEU 60,000 22 27 820-0724-0 100-0 60-028-0 32,80018,760 0. 572 740-0 28-0 32,600 0. 551 0. 595 0. 928 0. 767 12. 07 0. 467 3. 57 7. 24 80,748 48. 82 5794 135. 2 22. 1 8. 0 4 39 1,208,235 32,000 21 22. 5 873-9 719-11105-10 74-932-9 44,50026,600 0. 598 740-0 31-0 40,800 0. 589 0. 608 0. 968 0. 870 9. 63 0. 438 3. 41 6. 80 98,700 59. 35 8605 162. 2 20. 0 7. 6 4 40 1,421,000 36,000 21 20. 2 809-10 763-0125-0 54-641-2 90,40075,600 0. 836 763-039-10 87,130 0. 802 0. 804 0. 997 0. 874 14. 00 0. 755 3. 134 6. 104 131,850 52. 67 10,222 200. 2 127. 8 21. 0 corr 0 28 641,000 bbl 19,000 11 16. 8 765-0 732-0102-0 56-538-3 66,20051,050 0. 771 730-0 38-0 65,300 0. 808 0. 812 0. 995 0. 883 12. 97 0. 677 2. 68 7. 18 42. 20 7780 157. 2 54. 9 15. 7 0 47 2,150,000 22,000 21 16. 5 * Steam turbine for all ships listed B-54 B-54 S0300-A8-HBK-010 Table B-6. Functional Groups of Commonly Used Drawings. Noun Name SWBS Group, Subgroup, or Element Noun Name SWBS Group, Subgroup, or Element Access Plates 100 Bilge Keels 114 Nonstructural bulkheads 621 Boat stowage and handling 583, 584 Piping and Liquid Systems Bonjean's Curves 801 Drainage and ballas surface ships 529 Bow Doors 100 Drainage and ballas submarines 563 Bulkheads, Structural 120 Firemain 555 Longitudinal 121 Seawater service 521 Transverse 122 Fuel 541 Trunks 123 Gasoline/JP-5 542 Blkhds in torpedo protection systems 124 Overflows, air escapes, sounding arrangements 506 Submarine hard tanks 125 Freshwater service 532 Cargo Handling systems 573 Plumbing and deck drains 528 Cargo stowage 673 Compressed air and gas 551, 552 Cross curves of stability 801 Steam 253 Curves of Form 801 Condensate and feedwater 255 Diving Planes 562 Prop machinery cooling water 256 Docking Plan 803 Special piping 558 Electrical power distribution 320 Propeller and Hydrofoil Guards 600 Switchboards and panels 324 Propellers 245 Lighting systems, general 331 Protective Plating 164 General arrangement drawings 801 Rudders 500 General arrangement structural drawings 101 Sea Chests 114 Hull Decks 130 Shaft Struts 100 Main deck 131 Shafts, Propulsion 200 Second through fourth decks 132-134 Shell and supporting structure 110 Fifth deck and below 135 Shell platin surface ship/submarine pressure hull 111 Hull Platforms 140 Shell platin submarine nonpressure hull 112 First through fourth platforms 141-145 Inner boom 113 Flats 149 Shell appendages 114 Hull Fiings 611 Stanchions 115 Inclining Experiment or Trim Dive 097 Framing for shell and inner boom 116 Interior communications systems 430 Sonar Domes 100 Lines Plan 101 Stabilizing Fins (Surface Ships) 560 Machinery control systems 202, 252 Transducers, Hull Mounted 400 Mooring and towing systems 582 Weight control for surface ships 096 B-4.3 Drawing Forma In addition to Figure B-7. Standard NAVSEA Drawing Title Block. DE FG KL AJ HSCALE SHEET SIZE FSCM DWG NO. REV the engineering data provided by drawingshere are standard blocks and elementscommon to all drawings that provideinformation important to identifying andusing the drawings. The following paragraphs review the general informationfound on all drawings, but are not intendedto teach drawing reading and interpretation. Detailed instruction on reading and interpreting drawings may be found in NAVSUP 0502-LP-050-3875, Blueprint Reading and Sketchin B-4.3.1 Title Block. The title block is located in the lower right hand corner ofthe drawing and contains all the informa-tion necessary to identify the drawin Theblock designations listed below are keyedto the callouts on Figure B-7. " Block A. Name and address of the company or design activity for whom the drawing is prepared. " Block  Drawing title. The noun name of the component or system represented by the drawin " Block  Drawing number. This block may be subdivided to separate the drawing index number from the specific drawing number and includes arevision square at the righ The number shown on the drawing may omit the ship type designation and hull number. B-14 B-14

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