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  • Cavitation damage

    Degradation of metal surfaces, characterized by pitting occurring when very turbulent fluids come into contact...

  • Cavitation erosion

    The erosion of material, for example backside of the blades usually attributed to the collapse of cavitation bubbles.

  • Cavitation number

    A non-dimensional parameter for the dynamic pressure in a fluid; also to estimate the cavitation probability in...

  • Cavitation tests

    Cavitation tests are performed in a cavitation tunnel using a dummy afterbody model and simulated full-scale wake-field...

  • Cavitation tunnel

    A facility used for propeller cavitation tests. This is a vertical water circuit with large diameter pipes. A parallel...

  • Ceiling systems

    Suspended metal ceilings are suitable for public spaces (restaurants, shops, and theatres), cabins and corridors...

  • Cement carrier

    A single-skin or double-skin bulk carrier provided with a cement loading and discharging plant.

  • Cement carrier KEDAH CEMENT II

    According to The Motor Ship May 1996 The self-loading/discharging cement carrier KEDAH CEMENT II was built by...

  • Centistokes

    An established unit used for the measurement of kinematic viscosity. The accepted SI unit is m2/s and 1cSt = 10-6...

  • Central control station (SOLAS)

    A control station in which the following control and indicator functions are centralized:

  • Central Cooling Water System

    Most cooling systems are made as central cooling ones, which means that there is only one or two large plate heat...

  • Centralized priming system

    It consists of a suitably constructed tank which is maintained automatically under a vacuum by air exhausting units...

  • Centre of buoyancy

    The centre of gravity of the displaced water. That is, the geometrical centre of the underwater part of the ship.

  • Centre of flotation

    The geometric centre of the waterplane on which a vessel floats. A vessel pitches, or rotates (about a transverse...

  • Centre of gravity

    The point at which the total weight of all the items which make up a vessel total weight may be considered as concentrated.

  • Centre of lateral resistance

    The point through which the resultant of resistance of the immersed hull to lateral motion passes.

  • Centreline

    A line of symmetry between the port and starboard sides of any vertical section or any horizontal section. The...

  • Centreline girder, centre girder

    A vertical plate on the ship's centreline between the outer and inner bottom plating, extending the length of the...

  • Certificate of Registry

    Held by the shipowner it indicates registration of the vessel and gives full details of the ship. It is not a document...

  • Certificate of Seaworthiness

    When a classed vessel suffers damage, the classification society carries out aseaworthiness survey after repairs...

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