Arrival First Sea Pilot Station (Norway)


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PILOT LAMP

A small lamp used to indicate that a circuit is energized. Also known as pilot light.

PILOT HOLE

1. In metal-forming operations, a prepunched hole in a metal strip into which the pilot component of the die enters in order to assure precise registration of the strip at each work station. 2. A small hole drilled ahead of a larger borehole. 3. A hole drilled in a piece of wood to serve as a guide for a nail or a screw or for drilling a larger hole.

PILOT WIRE REGULATOR

Automatic device for controlling adjustable gains or losses associated with transmission circuits to compensate for transmission changes caused by temperature variations, the control usually depending upon the resistance of a conductor or pilot wire having substantially the same temperature conditions as the conductors of the circuits being regulated.

PILOT-SCALE CHEMICAL REACTION

Small-scale chemical reaction used to test operating conditions and product yields; used as a pilot for design of large-scale reaction systems.

BAR PILOT

A bar pilot guides ships over the dangerous sandbars at the mouth of rivers and bays.

PILOT

A Navigator, specially knowledgeable person qualified to navigate a vessel through difficult waters, e.g. harbour pilot etc.

PILOTAGE DUES

A fee payable by the owner or operator of a ship for the services of a pilot. This fee is normally based on the ship's tonnage.

BLIND PILOTAGE

The task of conducting the passage of a ship in pilot waters using means available to the navigator in low visibility

BOUNDARY LINES OF INLAND WATERS

Lines dividing the high seas from rivers, harbors, and inland waters. The waters inshore of the lines are 'inland waters' and upon them the Inland Rules of the Road or Pilot Rules apply. The waters outside of the lines are the high seas and upon them the International Rules apply.

FLYING BRIDGE

The platform forming the top of the pilot house

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