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Propellers & Rudders v1.doc-8/9/2004 Maritime Professional Studies KP100 Introduction to Marine Engineering (IME) Segment Course Handout I. Topic Name: Propellers & Rudders II. Reference(s) Text: Ship Knowledge A Modern Encyclopedia Pages: 246-255, 260-263 III. Topic Objectives A. State the purpose of a propeller B. State the purpose of a rudder C. Identify the basic parts of a propeller D. Identify the two basic types of propellers E. Identify the two basic types of propeller blades F. Define the following terms: 1. Pitch 2. Slip 3. Cavitation G. Identify the three basic types of rudders
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Course Handout: Propellers & Rudders Propellers & Rudders v1.doc-8/9/2004 2 IV. Topic Terminology back balanced rudder blade angle cap cavitation constant pitch blade controllable pitch propeller CRP propeller face fixed pitch propeller gas turbine hub jacking gear leading edge motive force pilgrim nut pitch pitch angle pressure face prime mover propeller rake angle root rudder rudder stock semi-balanced rudder slip steam turbine steering gear strut strut bearing suction back tail shaft tip trailing edge unbalanced rudder variable pitch
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Course Handout: Propellers & Rudders Propellers & Rudders v1.doc-8/9/2004 3 V.
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