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Record #88032:

Areas of operation for alternate ABS ice classes / Frank DeBord, Jr.

Title: Areas of operation for alternate ABS ice classes / Frank DeBord, Jr.
Author(s): DeBord, Frank,
Date: 1987.
Publisher: Washington, DC: Department of the Navy
In: 1987 U.S. Navy Symposium on Arctic/Cold Weather Operations of Surface Ships. Volume 1 ... 19-20 November 1987. (1987.),
Abstract: Guide for classing and building steel vessels intended to navigate in ice, published in 1986 by American Bureau of Shipping, assesses incremental increase in capabilities for each class of (naval) ship in terms of geographical areas where ship can operate. Paper provides description of ice conditions expected in each area and analysis of areas where ship can probably operate if built to each of classes considered. Aspects of ship design, in addition to hull structure, which may be important in these areas are identified.
Notes:

In: 1987 U.S. Navy Symposium on Arctic/Cold Weather Operations of Surface Ships. Volume 1 ... 19-20 November 1987 / United States. Department of the Navy.

Keywords: 629.12 -- Vessels.
656.61.052 -- Seamanship.
551.326 -- Floating ice.
E6 -- Glaciology: floating ice.
SPRI record no.: 88032

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