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Marc Pottey Ships construction 201-240 201. Hogging stress- distortion of a vessel’s form in which the bow and stern drop below their normal position relative to the midship portion 202. Hold- The spaces below decks allotted for the stowage of cargo 203. Hold beam-term applied to any one of a tier of athwartship beams spanning the hold from frame to frame, and upon which no deck is fitted 204. Horning- Setting the frames of a vessel square to the keel after the proper inclination to the vertical due to the declivity of the keel has been given. 205. Horseshoe plate- A small light plate fitted on the counter around the rudder stock for the purpose of preventing water from backing up into the ruddertrunk. When fitted in one piece it has the shape of a horseshoe, but it is frequently made in two pieces to completely surround the stock and at the same time permit its removal 206. House deck-a partial superstructure that does not extend from side to side 207.
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