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    RESEARCH VESSEL ------------------------------------------------- NOAAS Ronald H Brown. A research vessel (RV or R/V) is a ship designed and equipped to carry out research at sea. Research vessels carry out a number of roles. Some of these roles can be combined into a single vessel‚ others require a dedicated vessel. Due to the demanding nature of the work‚ research vessels are often constructed around an icebreaker hull‚ allowing them to operate in polar waters. DREDGER The Geopotes

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    Unitized Cargo Ship The concept of utilization is not a new one; it was used by the USA army in the second world army war to provide its forces fighting in Europe with weapons and ammunition. Unitization since that time has been used and developed to comprise all modes of maritime transport‚ as well as air and land transport modes. Definition: Utilization is a grouping together of two or more (Usually of a homogeneous nature) and securing with banding‚ glue‚ shrink-wrap‚ slings or permanent

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    Defining a general cargo ship The term “general (multipurpose) cargo ships” covers many different ship designs that do not fi t into other more specialised cargo ship types. Thus‚ general cargo ships are not specialised for transport of only dry bulks‚ only containers or only heavy-lift cargoes‚ but they have flexibility to carry any of these cargo types. General cargo ships are the world’s most numerous ship types‚ excepting fishing vessels. Thus‚ in the year 2002 their share in the overall world

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    Definition In the context of humanitarian organisations transport is defined as: “The activities involved in moving supplies from point of origin to internal customers or beneficiaries”. The aim of transport is to physically move supplies in a reliable and safe manner‚ on time‚ cost effectively and efficiently to its destination. Policies The rapid growth of technology and the changes in the delivery of humanitarian aid has done little to change the fact that relief supplies still have

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    The White Ship By Jackie French Discussion Points: 1. Name three countries where there is war or violent conflict between religious groups. Jerusalem‚ Philippines and 2. What laws in Australia ensure religious freedom? 3. The design of the White Ship is based on the Mary Rose. Search the internet- or contact the Australian Maritime Museum in Sydney- to find out exactly (i) what the Mary Rose looked like (ii) how big she was (iii) what happened to her (iv) why she still exists today The Mary

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    to take a trip just to slow down and enjoy. Cruise ship will provide them the opportunity to relax and discover. For this very reason the market growth will increase and consumers will rediscover the joy of traveling and vacations. SWOT ANALYSIS  CRUISE LINE STRENGTHS:  Long port stays  Imaginative and stunning itineraries  Superb golf‚ full size tennis court and sports facilities  Worlds ‘Greenest’ Cruise Ship  CRUISE SHIP STRENGTHS:  Loyal Cooperative  Adaptability

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    passenger travel by sea: there were no aircraft‚ and emigration‚ from Europe to the Americas and other parts of the world‚ was still taking place on a massive scale. Passenger ships were therefore much more common than they are today and accidents frequently led to heavy casualties. The annual loss of life from British ships alone averaged between 700 and 800 during this period. The incident which led to the convening of the 1914 international SOLAS conference was the sinking of the White Star liner

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    challenge of optimal ship operations Managing a fleet of vessels has always been a challenge‚ and one that has become even more complex today. With competitive pressure growing and overcapacity occurring in parts of the market‚ ship managers need to maximise uptime and ensure that ships are well-maintained while at the same time minimising inspection and maintenance efforts‚ keeping costs of spare parts and repairs down‚ and complying with all rules and regulations. Experienced ship managers know it’s

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    The Science of Transportation: Ancient World: The Wheel: • How do they work? Wheels work by rolling along a surface. The curved surface of the wheel reduces the friction between the two surfaces due to a decrease in surface area. With less friction it is much easier to move an object. This is because rolling friction is much weaker than sliding friction. • How did they come to be? The wheel was invented in prehistoric times; as the oldest example of a wheel yet found is from the region of

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    Transport Management Sample Exam Question & Answers | Question & Answers Question & Answers | | | Table of Contents Lecture 1 – Overview & Introduction 4 Question 1 4 Question 2 4 Lecture 2 – Transport Law & Regulation 4 Question 3 4 Question 4 4 Question 5 5 Lecture 3 – Modal Characteristics 5 Question 6 5 Question 7 5 Question 8 6 Lecture 5 – Global Transportation 6 Question 9 6 Question 10 6 Question 11 7 Question 12 7 Question 13

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