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HISTORY OF CLIPPER "CUTTY SURK"

HAPPY ERROR OF THE OLD WHITE HAT
TEA VOYAGES
ON TO BRINK THE LOSSES
WOOLEN VOYAGES OF THE CAPTAIN OF WUDJET
Calculation of displacement to CUTTY SURK
Theoretical drawing of the clipper
Construction of the housing
Diagram of the general layout
Device of the clipper
Diagram of the wind-resistance area
Construction of the housing

 
Construction of the housing clipper
Construction of the housing clipper "Cutty Surk":
a) - the diagram of design middle frame; b) - form onboard from DP. Space - 460 mm. (all sizes in the transfer from the Engl. system of measures they are given with the rounding). Depth hold- height from the top of floors to the top of the beams of the upper deck - 6,32 m.
1 - bar keel from the mountain elm and false keel;
2 - shpuntovyy belt of skin, mountain elm 6 = of 280 mm;
3 - poyas'ya of skin to 2/5 heights of hold, the elm of 8=yshch2 mm;
4 - onboard poyas'ya, East-Indian tick 6 = of 120 mm;
5 - shirstrechnyy belt, steel 890X16 mm;
6 - deck stringer, steel 780X17 mm;
7 - flooring of the upper deck, the tick b = of 90mm;
8 - beam, the strip of 230x16mm with the bulb (on the free edge) between two squares - 90x90x11 and 114x92x14;
9 - frame, square 114X92X14 of lower than the lower deck is intensified by the reverse square 76x76x11 mm;
10 - backing in the site of the joint of belt;
11 - riddersy - diagonal (under 45∞) steel strips under the skin, 230x16 mm;
12 - deck stringer, steel;
13 - beam, strip with bulb 255x17,5 mm between two squares - 114x92x14 and 102x90x13 mm;
14 - stanchion under each beam;
15 - internal sewing of hold, red pine tree;
16 - stringer of two squares;
17, 18 - stringer of two squares and strip with the bulb;
19 - flora with the maximum altitude in DP of 610 mm, 6 = 14 mm;
20 - kil'son, box girder;
21 - horizontal keel, steel 600x16 mm. the skin of underwater part by copper sheets is not shown.
 
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