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Test: Glossary of shipping terms

b'May 26, 2004 \xc2\xb7 SELF-TRIMMING SHIP - A ship whose holds re shaped in such a way that the cargo levels itself. SELF-UNLOADER- A bulk carrier which is equipped with gear for unloading cargo. Semisubmersible - Deck supported by pillars, fastened to pontoons. The pontoons are half submerged during operations. Kept in position by anchors (or by dynamic positioning).'


b'Fly ash system the battery limit is end to end from & includ- ing outlet MIV of Economizer & APH xxxxxx to silo and ash dyke unloading points. 4. ESP including bag filters and associated sys- tems. From ESP inlet dampers (excluding dampers O&M) till FF (fabric filter) outlet duct including bypass dampers & inter-mediate expansion bellow. 5'

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b'3.2.2 Ship unloading machines . Two types of ship unloading machines exist; mobile (rubber tyred or pontoon mounted) and rail-mounted harbor cranes. Mobile harbor cranes are more flexible but limited in unloading capacity.'

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b'The Philippine Trench is a submarine trench that is a narrow but long trench, lying in the east of the Philippine coast, in the western Pacific Ocean. It is also known as the Mindanao Trench, Mindanao deep of Philippine Deep. Until 1970, it was thought to be the deepest point of the earth.'

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b'BRIDGE - Used loosely to refer to the navigating section of the vessel where the wheel house and chart room are located; erected structure amidships or aft or very rarely fore over the main deck of a ship to accommodate the wheelhouse. BULK - Cargo shipped in loose condition and of a homogeneous nature.'

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MarEng Plus Glossary | Ships | Containerization

b'transverse; lying or placed across. trigger; to make something happen very quickly, especially a series of events. trim; 1. to adjust the balance of a vessel or to maintain an even balance of a vessel by distribution of. ballast, cargo, etc. in a fore and aft direction 2. in good order and condition.'