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Displacement extreme - equals to the moulded displacement, plus the displacement of the shell plating, bossings, cruiser stern and all other appendages.



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DISPLACEMENT EXTREME.

(DE): Equals to the moulded displacement, plus the displacement of the shell plating, bossings, cruiser stern and all other appendages.

CRUISER STERN

A spoon-shaped stern used an most merchant ships designed to give maximum immersed length

SHEER STRAKE

The course of shell plating at strength deck level

OXTER PLATE

The plate in the curve between the shell plating and the top of the stern post.

CENTERLINE

The middle line of the ship, extending from stem to stern at any level.

LIGHT DISPLACEMENT

The displacement in tons of the ship complete with all outfit, equipment, and machinery on board but excluding all fuel, water in tanks, cargo, stores, passengers, dunnage, and the crew and their effects. The light condition displacement includes the lubricating oil for the machinery and water in the boilers at steaming level. Also called light weight.

MOLDED BEAM

The maximum breadth of a hull measured between the inboard surfaces of the side shell plating of flush-plated ships

DOUBLE BOTTOM

Compartments at the bottom of a ship between inner bottom and the shell plating, used for fresh water, ballast water, fuel oil, etc

CAPACITY PLAN

A plan outlining the spaces available for fuel, cargo, ballast, fresh water, etc, with guides on weight and volume for spaces at various drafts and displacements

LOADED DISPLACEMENT

The displacement of a ship when floating at her greatest allowable draft

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