THE INTEGRATION OF THE PROTECTION FUNCTION WHEN BUILDING A SHIP
The Authors explain why good preservation of a ship's steel structure can only be obtained by integrating the preservation requirement at the preplanning stage with the overall building procedures. The role played by the initial cleaning and protection of plates and sections is fully described, including the requirements of the shop primer. The damage to the initial protection during unit fabrication and the methods of remedying it are described in detail, together with the importance of completing all ancillary welding and burning at this stage by detailed planning. The further protection problems occurring during unit assembly are described, together with methods of dealing with them. The paper concludes with some thoughts on the organizational structure necessary to ensure good preservation using optimum specifications. Order from: BSRA as No. 47,000.
- This paper was presented at a Joint Meeting of the Association's Newcastle Section and the Institute of Corrosion Technology, October 7, 1976.
Oil & Colour Chemists' AssociationPriory House, 967 Harrow Road, Wembley
Middlesex HAO 2SF, England
- Jemitus, J O
- McKelvie, A N
- Publication Date: 1977-6
- Features: References;
- Pagination: 5 p.
- Journal of Oil and Colour Chemists' Assoc
- Volume: 60
- Publisher: Oil & Colour Chemists' Association
- TRT Terms: Planning; Primers (Materials); Production; Production control; Protective coatings; Shipbuilding; Shipyards; Structural steel; Surface preparation
- Subject Areas: Marine Transportation; Planning and Forecasting;
- Accession Number: 00170030
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: British Ship Research Association
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Feb 16 2003 12:00AM