Portuguese translation: carenagem, capa, carcaça, cobertura

12:06 Sep 19, 2011
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Tech/Engineering - Mechanics / Mech Engineering / redutor-inversor marítimo
English term or phrase: dood
Refere-se a uma peça do conjunto resfriador de óleo do redutor. Me parece "bad english" epode muito bem ser hood, mas como não tenho o desenho do equipamento, talvez a palavra exista. Segue fragmento:

[...] 9.5 Oil Cooler Check (maintenance):

Adhere to this procedure for disassembly of the device:

• Close all pipelines
• Empty the device from the tube side. If you need to remove the tube core empty also the casing
• Remove the pipes from the tube side.
• Remove hoods/covers. To perform this step loosen the 4 screws located at the joint between
**dood**/main body.
There are 4 fixing plates or washers between hood and cover; these must be returned to the same position at the time of reassembly. For this purpose check the mark on the flange of the main body.
• If disassembly is carried out without removing the tube core, first disassemble the hood/cover
without fixing plates to ensure that the tube core is not dislodged. Now remove the fixing plates.
This operation can be performed with the aid of a second set of fixing plates, or with other similar
Rebelo Júnior
Local time: 14:06
Portuguese translation:carenagem, capa, carcaça, cobertura
Rebelo, acho que você tem razão: deve ser hood.
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carenagem, capa, carcaça, cobertura

Rebelo, acho que você tem razão: deve ser hood.

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