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Discussion in 'Boatbuilding' started by MONJI, Sep 17, 2006.

  1. MONJI
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    MONJI Junior Member

    What kinds of environmetal effects are existing on small craft

    ; A sailing yacht that is permanently moored and will be slipped every 2nd
    year.
    A powered vessel that will spend at least 2 months constantly afloat and
    the rest of the time on a trailer.

    and

    Is there any web-site that can show some structural deterioration of any

    vessels?
     
  2. hansp77
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    hansp77

    more info needed about the boats I would think,
    wooden- ply, sheathed, planking, etc.
    fiberglass-
    steel-
    aluminium-

    then antifoul?
    Provide a bit more info, someone will be able to help you then.
    is this for an actual boat, is it theoretical, etc.
    Hans.
     
  3. MONJI
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    MONJI Junior Member

    I will copy that down what ive been given.

    The marine environment is said to be very harsh on vessels. Write an essay that describes a wide range of enviromental effects on small craft. as these effects are variable for different vessels the essay will need to cover both;
    A sailing yacht that is permanently moored and will be slipped every 2nd
    year.
    A powered vessel that will spend at least 2 months constantly afloat and
    the rest of the time on a trailer.
     
  4. MONJI
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    MONJI Junior Member

    and an essay that describes the cause of structural deterioration of any two different vessels. Must be existing!

    another essay that discuss the global issues that have had effect on the limited timber reource how availlbe.

    1. is for native species. Identify in this essay any cultural imperatives and
    practices pertaining to the use of indigenous materials.
    2. other for exotic species.


    Can anyone help me out with those topics?

    it may be enought to know some web-sites about those!
     
  5. Figgy
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  7. SamSam
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    SamSam Senior Member

    Re-reading all your posts, it concerns me that you will have anything to do with something that peoples' lives might be entrusted to. What plans do you have if you are given a 'certificate' for what you are studying? Sam
     

  8. MONJI
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    MONJI Junior Member

    I just need the certificate
     
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