... at each point of division of the length as follows: Measure the depth at each point of division from a point at a distance of one-third of the round of the beam below such... Report of the Annual Meeting - Página 88por British Association for the Advancement of Science. Meeting - 1858Vista completa - Acerca de este libro
| Canada - 1854
...Tonnage Deck is according to the above Measurement above 225 Feet long, into 13 equal Parts. (2.) Then, **the Hold being first sufficiently cleared to admit...of the Length as follows: — Measure the Depth at** eacli Point of Division, from a Point at a Distance of One Third of the Round of the Beam below such... | |
| Richard Henry Dana - 1856
...tonnage deck is, according to the above measurement, above 225 feet long, into 12 equal parts : (2.) Then **the hold being first sufficiently cleared to admit...being properly taken, find the transverse area of such** ships at each point of division of the length as follows : — Measure the depth at each point of division,... | |
| 1862
...not ex. 120 6 " " 3 " 120 " " 180 8 " 4 " 180 " " 225 10 " b " 225 " 12 2. Then, the hold being tirst **sufficiently cleared to admit of the required depths...Measure the depth at each point of division, from a** It also affords a perfect check to erroneous measurement, a quality of the highest importance, and... | |
| Robert White Stevens - 1863
...Deck is, according to the above measurement, above 225 feet long, into 12 equal parts. 2 — Then, **the hold being first sufficiently cleared to admit...of division of the length, as follows: — Measure** tlie depth at each point of division, from a point at a distance of one-third of the round of the beam... | |
| 1865 - 253 páginas
...measurement is above two hundred and fifty feet long, into sixteen equal parts. Then, the hold being **sufficiently cleared to admit of the required depths...being properly taken, find the transverse area of such** vessel at each point of division of the length as follows : To find trane- Measure the depth at each... | |
| Isaac Ridler Butts - 1865 - 68 páginas
...long, into sixteen equal parts. METHOD OF FINDING THE AREAS. Transverse Areas. — Then, the hold being **sufficiently cleared to admit of the required depths...being properly taken, find the transverse area of such** vessel at each point of division of the length as follows : — Measure the depth at each point of... | |
| United States. Congress. House - 1868
...measurement is above two hundred and fifty feet long, iuto sixteen equal parts. Then, the hold being **sufficiently cleared to admit of the required depths...being properly taken, find the transverse area of such** vessel at each point of division of the length, as follows : Measure the depth at each point of division... | |
| Robert White Stevens - 1869 - 720 páginas
...long, into sixteen equal parts. Then, the hold being sufficiently cleared, find the transverse area **at each point of division of the length as follows:...Measure the depth at each point of division from a point** nt a distance of one-third of the round of the beam below such deck, or, in case of a break, below... | |
| 1869
...measurement is above two hundred and fifty feet long, into sixteen equal parts. Then, the hold being **sufficiently cleared to admit of the required depths...being properly taken, find the transverse area of such** vessel at each point of division of the length as follows: — Measure the depth at each point of division... | |
| COMMANDER RICHARD W. MEADE - 1869
...according to the above measurement, is over two hundred and fifty feet long, into sixteen equal parts. **depths and breadths being properly taken, find the transverse area of such** vessel at each point of division of the length, as follows : Measure the depth at each point of division... | |
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