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- If you can reduce the flow of water by more than what percent is concurred a job well done.
The term shoring involve how many phases and what are they
- Stop or reduce the flow of water
- Bracing or shoring up damage or weaken structure by transferring/spreading pressure
How many steps are they to shoring and what are they
- 1sgt step clear the deck
- 2nd speed
- 3rd preparation(drills)
When shoring you place the legs of shoring against strongbacks at what angle
45 to 90°
How do you secure all shoring
Never use shoring that is longer than
30 times its minimum thickness
When cutting shores they should be cut
1 inch shorter then the measured length to allow space for wedges
Wooden plugs and wedges are usually good to plug holes up to
When using plugs what can be done for additional sealing
Wrapping the plug with cloth or oakum
If there is a crack what do you do
- Drill a small hole on each end
- Place rubber canvas over crack
- Then shore it
What is a patch used for
What can be used to retard the flow of water until a more suitable patch can be applied
What is the size of a hinged plate patch
18in or less in diameter
3 basic objectives of shipboard damage control
- Control of damage
What type of plug is used to repair a large hole near the water line
What should you not used when repairing a crack
What is a strongback
Bar or beam used to distribute pressure
What is shole
Flat black placed under a shore to distribute pressure
How is the approximate length of a good wedge determine
6 times its butt thickness
What are the types of hook bolts
What is the best patch for a minor pip patch
What is a jubilee patch
An adjustable strap with a flange on each end
When do you mix the hardener with the resin
Until all preparation have been complete
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