|Судовой словарь (глоссарий морских терминов)|
Буксир, буксирный трос
- Буксир , идти на буксире
- 1) трос, при помощи которого буксируют суда; 2) буксирное судно, предназначенное для буксировки других судов.
Буксирный трос, русский
- The basic unit of a frame or field containing the charge, which is proportional to the light falling at various points on the scanning line.
- A report on how well a stranger plays
- The correct nautical term for the majority of the cordage or "ropes" used on a vessel. a line will always have a more specific name, such as mizzen topsail halyard, that specifies its use.
- Линь, вер?вка, шнур
- Линь, линия
- The general appellation of a number of small ropes in a ship, as buntlines, clue-lines, bowlines, &c. also, the term in common parlance for the equator. also, in the army, distinguishes the regular numbered regiments of cavalry and infantry from the artillery and guards, to whom exceptional functions are assigned. in fortification, it means a trench, approaches, &c. in a geometrical sense, it signifies length without breadth; and in military parlance, it is drawing up a front of soldiers.—concluding line. a small rope, which is hitched to the middle of every step of a stern-ladder.—deep-sea line. a long line, marked at every five fathoms with small strands of line, knotted, and used with the deep-sea lead. the first 20 fathoms are marked as follows: 2 and 3 fathoms with black leather; 5 with white bunting; 7 with red; 10 with leather and a hole in it. then 13, 15, and 17 repeat the previous marks of 3, 5, and 7. two knots indicate 20, three knots 30, four knots 40 fathoms, and so on, with an additional knot for every ten. meanwhile a single knot indicates the intermediate fives. besides this system some pilots prefer their own marks, as in the hooghly, where they always measure the line for themselves. the term “deep-sea line” must not now be confined to the use of the lead for the ordinary purposes of safe navigation; deep-sea soundings for scientific purposes are recorded in thousands of fathoms, in which case the line is sometimes made of silk, the object being to obtain the largest amount of strength with a small weight.—fishing-lines. particular kinds of lines, generally used for fishing snood, mackerel, whiting, cod, albacore, &c.—hand-line. a line about 20 fathoms long, marked like the first 20 fathoms of the deep-sea line. it is made fast to a hand-lead of from 7 to 14 lbs., and used to determine the depth of water in going in or out of a harbour, river, channel, &c.— hauling-line. any rope let down out of a top, &c., to haul up some light body by hand.—knave-line. a rope fastened to the cross-trees, under the main or fore top, whence it comes down by the ties to the ram-head, and there it is rove through a piece of wood about 2 feet long, and so is brought to the ship`s side, and there hauled up taut to the rails.—life-line. a rope occasionally extended in several situations for persons to lay hold of, to prevent their falling.—mar-line. a particular kind of small line, composed of two strands very little twisted; there is both tarred and white mar-line. that supplied for the gunner and for bending light sails is untarred.—navel-line. a rope depending from the heads of the main and fore masts, and passed round to the bight of the truss to keep it up, whilst the yard is being swayed up, or when the truss, in bracing sharp up, is overhauled to the full.—spilling-lines. ropes fixed occasionally to the square sails, particularly the main and fore courses in bad weather, for reefing or furling them more conveniently; they are rove through blocks upon the yard, whence leading round the sail they are fastened abaft the yard, so that the sail is very closely confined.—white-line. that which has not been tarred, in contradistinction to tarred line.
-  is generally defined as being cordage of less than 1-inch (2.5 cm) in circumference.  in the usn it refers to rope that has been unspooled and cut for use.  one of the dimensions of a convoy, see column. see also braided line.
- Lines. 1. wire and/or fiber ropes and cables. 2. a given direction, bearing, or course.
The measurement of the variation of the actual horizontal alignment of rail over a nominated chord length compared with the design alignment.
Rope and cordage used aboard a vessel.
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Line (motion) control, английский
Line abreast, английский
Formation in which ships sail sideby- side on the same course.
Line access, английский
Line access points, английский
Line activation, английский
Line adapter, английский
Line address, английский
Line addressing, английский
Line adjacency graph, английский
Граф смежности строк (изображения)
Line advance, английский
Перевод строки; переход на следующую строку
Line aggregation, английский
Line ahead, английский
Formation in which each ship follows the one ahead (cf. column).
Line algorithm for navigation in a combat, английский
Environment алгоритм индикации данных для атаки воздушных целей
Line amplifier, английский
An amplifier for audio or video signals that feeds a transmission line; also called program amplifier.
Line art, английский
Line astern, английский
In naval warfare, a line of battle formed behind a flagship
|Tow strap, английский|
Ремень, обхват для буксирования, для
На палубе, русский