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giuntura verga del bottazzo

English translation: rubbing strake joint

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Italian term or phrase:giuntura verga del bottazzo
English translation:rubbing strake joint
Entered by: Robert Mongiello
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17:31 Oct 26, 2006
Italian to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Ships, Sailing, Maritime
Italian term or phrase: giuntura verga del bottazzo
this is a part of a boat but I don't know what you call it in English
Robert Mongiello
Local time: 19:09
rubbing strake joint
Explanation:



Subject Agriculture - Food Industry - Livestock Industry - Fisheries - Bio-industry (AG)
Definition Elemento in gomma che corre longitudinalmente sulla superficie esterna della nave, al livello della cinta, e serve da protezione contro eventuali urti con altre navi o con la banchina.
Reference G.Messina,IRPEM
(1) TERM bottazzo
Reference G.Messina,IRPEM
(2) TERM corso di difesa
Reference G.Messina,IRPEM
(3) TERM righino
Reference AIPCN
Definition Longitudinal strake or stringer fixed outside the ship's skin plating and positioned so as to make first contact with harbour walls,or other vessels in event of impact or rubbing between them.Any resulting damage to the rubbing strake is repairable without affecting the ship's structure or plating.
Reference A.Morrall,BMT
(1) TERM rubbing strake




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Note added at 1 hr (2006-10-26 18:43:26 GMT)
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Bottazzo (fr.: parebattage. liston; ingl.: rubbing strake): rinforzo in legno, cavo tessile o plastica che corre lungo lo scafo. normalmente all'altezza del baglio massimo. a scopo protettivo.

http://www.geocities.com/circolovelicosv/glossa/glossae.htm
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Jo Macdonald
Spain
Local time: 19:09
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rubbing strake joint


Explanation:



Subject Agriculture - Food Industry - Livestock Industry - Fisheries - Bio-industry (AG)
Definition Elemento in gomma che corre longitudinalmente sulla superficie esterna della nave, al livello della cinta, e serve da protezione contro eventuali urti con altre navi o con la banchina.
Reference G.Messina,IRPEM
(1) TERM bottazzo
Reference G.Messina,IRPEM
(2) TERM corso di difesa
Reference G.Messina,IRPEM
(3) TERM righino
Reference AIPCN
Definition Longitudinal strake or stringer fixed outside the ship's skin plating and positioned so as to make first contact with harbour walls,or other vessels in event of impact or rubbing between them.Any resulting damage to the rubbing strake is repairable without affecting the ship's structure or plating.
Reference A.Morrall,BMT
(1) TERM rubbing strake




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Note added at 1 hr (2006-10-26 18:43:26 GMT)
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Bottazzo (fr.: parebattage. liston; ingl.: rubbing strake): rinforzo in legno, cavo tessile o plastica che corre lungo lo scafo. normalmente all'altezza del baglio massimo. a scopo protettivo.

http://www.geocities.com/circolovelicosv/glossa/glossae.htm

Jo Macdonald
Spain
Local time: 19:09
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PRO pts in category: 77
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