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con deffs 41-80 - Marc Pottey Ships construction 41. Body...

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Marc Pottey Ships construction 41. Body plans- A plan consisting of two half transverse elevations of a ship, both having a common vertical center line, so that the right-hand side represents the ship as seen from ahead and the left-hand side as seen from astern 42. Boiler chock- Brackets to prevent fore and aft motion of the boiler 43. Boiler saddle- The structure upon which the boiler is secured 44. Bolster plate- A piece of plate adjoining the hawse hole, to prevent the chafing of the hawser against the cheek of a ship's bow. A plate for support like a pillow or cushion 45. Booby hatch- The cover of a small hatchway such as that which leads to the forecastle or fore peak 46. Bounding bar- A bar used for the purpose of connecting the edges of a bulkhead to the tank top, shell, decks, or to another bulkhead 47. Bosom piece- A short piece of angle bar used as a butt strap or connecting piece 48. Boss- The curved, swelling portion of the ship's underwater hull around the propeller shaft 49. Boss frame- A frame bent to allow room for the stern tube, or tail shafts in the case of twin-screw ships 50. Boss plate- The plate that covers the boss 51. Box keel- A keel made up like a box girder with two vertical plates
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