ship board

French translation: coque du navire

14:21 Aug 11, 2018
English to French translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Ships, Sailing, Maritime / forces des courants sur les navires
English term or phrase: ship board
je ne comprends pas "to the ship board" dans la phrase suivante :
Interaction of the objects within the contact area is determined by the force normal to the ship board and the friction forces.
Je serais très heureux d'avoir une explication, voire une traduction...
Dominique Stiver
France
French translation:coque du navire
Explanation:
une suggestion...

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Note added at 12 minutes (2018-08-11 14:34:01 GMT)
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c'est coque ou bordés...

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Note added at 16 minutes (2018-08-11 14:37:48 GMT)
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coque étant le terme plus générale bordé est plus spécifique cela dépend de "the contact area"
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florence metzger
Local time: 10:15
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avec mes remerciements pour l'aide.
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coque du navire


Explanation:
une suggestion...

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Note added at 12 minutes (2018-08-11 14:34:01 GMT)
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c'est coque ou bordés...

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Note added at 16 minutes (2018-08-11 14:37:48 GMT)
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coque étant le terme plus générale bordé est plus spécifique cela dépend de "the contact area"

florence metzger
Local time: 10:15
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Grading comment
avec mes remerciements pour l'aide.
Notes to answerer
Asker: vous avez sûrement raison mais j'avoue que l'anglais ne paraît pas très "technique" ici. Partout ailleurs, on parle bien de ship's hull...

Asker: merci, je me demandais surtout si l'on voulait réellement dire la coque...


Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Tony M: The EN is perfectly techincal: the 'board' is simply the 'side wall' of the ship (at any specified point), and 'normal to' means 'at 90° (in 3D). I think here 'bordé' is the exact term required.
2 hrs
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agree  GILOU
14 hrs
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agree  Antoine Dequidt: Le bordé est l'ensemble des bordages qui constituent la coque. "Coque" me parâit plus pertinent en l'espèce.
19 hrs
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agree  Irène Guinez
1 day 16 hrs
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