LONG-TERM SHIP HULL PROTECTION-AN INTEGRAL APPROACH TO COATING ECONOMY
Within a few years in-water maintenance may become a necessity for VLCC. A comparison is made between present drydocking practice and in-water maintenance showing that the latter is economically feasible and even offers technical advantages over low-quality current drydocking procedure, and demonstrating that investing in modern paint systems is very economical. A suggestion for an integral protection and maintenance scheme for the submerged area of the ship is given.
- In-Water Maintenance On Ships, Conference Proceedings, Pap and Discuss, London, England, Jan 15,1975. Published for Institute of Mar Eng (Trans, Ser B), London England.
PTJ Publishing IncorporatedP.O. Box 1025
Bloomington, Indiana, United States
- Olesen, G
- Johnsen, S
- Van Londen, A M
- Publication Date: 1975
- Pagination: p. 30-38
- TRT Terms: Cleaning; Drydock operations; Hulls; Inspection; Painting; Protection; Vehicle maintenance; Very large crude carriers
- Old TRIS Terms: Hull cleaning; Hull inspection; Hull maintenance (In water); Hull painting; Hull protection
- Subject Areas: Maintenance and Preservation; Marine Transportation; Security and Emergencies;
- Accession Number: 00141398
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: Engineering Index
- Report/Paper Numbers: Proc. Pap.
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Oct 26 1976 12:00AM