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Access Equipment in Service

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Summary

In this chapter, the nature of the claims for cargo damage arising from defective access equipment is outlined, together with a general discussion of the incidence of defects and the causes of the most important ones. A broad outline of maintenance requirements and practices is given and some examples of changes in access equipment following ship conversions are briefly described.

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Container Ship Bulk Carrier Ship Operator Hull Girder General Cargo 
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References

  1. [10.1]
    Goldie, C. W. H. The views of a P and I Club manager. Joint Conference on Hatch Covers, Royal Institution of Naval Architects, Institute of Marine Engineers, Nautical Institute, January 1977.Google Scholar
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    ] Ports of the World. A Guide to Cargo Loss Control.Insurance Corporation of North America.Google Scholar
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    Lockhart, R. G. Hatch Cover Design and Related Experience. Joint Conference on Hatch Covers, Royal Institution of Naval Architects, Institute of Marine Engineers, Nautical Institute, January 1977.Google Scholar
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    Ship Conversion: Adapting to a Changing Market. International MacGregor Organisation, 1977.Google Scholar

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© MacGregor Publications Ltd. 1978

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Naval Architecture and ShipbuildingUniversity of Newcastle-upon-TyneUK
  2. 2.University of Wales Institute of Science and TechnologyUK

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