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WHAT DOES SEA CHEST MEAN IN ENGLISH?
A sea chest is a rectangular recess in the hull of a ship. The sea chest provides an intake reservoir from which piping systems draw raw water. Most sea chests are protected by removable gratings, and contain baffle plates to dampen the effects of vessel speed or sea state. The intake size of sea chests varies from less than 10 cm² to several square metres. When the ship is in freshwater, the hard steel surfaces of the sea chest, protective grates and baffles, combined with low water velocities created in this immediate area, provide a suitable environment for zebra mussel attachment. Zebra mussel infestations have been found to clog the individual intakes and gates of the various water piping systems, decreasing the availability of water for onboard operations, which could result in damage to engines and other components that require water for cooling. Sea chests are, therefore, considered to be the most susceptible component to serious infestation. Control strategies include coating all surfaces with an antifoulant such as copper-based epoxy paint or hot-dip galvanizing. Periodic inspection and replacement of grates and screens also reduces the risk.
The translations of sea chest from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «sea chest» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «SEA CHEST» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «sea chest» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «sea chest» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about sea chest
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SEA CHEST»
Discover the use of sea chest in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to sea chest and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
A young girl listens as her great-aunt, a lighthouse keeper's daughter, tells of her childhood living on a Maine island, and of the infant that washed ashore after a storm.
Toni Buzzeo, 2002
Cruising Under Power - Pacific Coasts of Mexico and Central ...
Surprisingly, our first clue as to what was happening came when the air
conditioning suddenly stopped and refused to run. The error message indicated
that it was having trouble with the cooling system. I checked the sea chest, and to
Ken Williams, 2008
The Secrets of the SeaChest
Fribble receives an old sea chest form Great Uncle Skipper.
Phyllis Jean Perry, 2004
A Dead Man's Chest
They killed Keith in the early afternoon, sending Davey running for his life.
Bruce Banta, 2011
Papers Relating to Captain Cook's SeaChest
Newspaper cuttings and copies of letters and depositions relating to a sea chest believed to have belonged to Captain Cook, and to the descendants of Captain Cook.
Treasure Chests: The Legacy of Extraordinary Boxes
chest. from. the. glory. days. of. sail. A simple painting of a schooner adorns the
inside of the lid of Captain Fredrick Champlin's sea chest. It could be a likeness of
Chief, a coastal schooner Champlin commanded during the Civil War years.
Lon Schleining, 2003
Shipwrecks, Sea Raiders, and Maritime Disasters Along the ...
2 A week after the CCC hunt, Major Lindsley L. Beach, a retired army officer, and
two companions discovered in the surf line "an old sea chest," three feet square,
bound in copper and weighing an estimated four hundred pounds. Ever since ...
Donald Shomette, 2007
Construction - Fire Protection, Fire Detection and Fire ...
If this arrangement cannot be made, the sea- chest may be fitted in the machinery
space if the valve is remotely controlled from a position in the same compartment
as the emergency fire pump and the suction pipe is as short as practicable.
Dragons from the Sea
While the remainder of the crew rowed, I pulled my sea chest to the center of the
deck and chose the gear I would take with me. I stuck my dagger and small-axe
in my belt, then squatted in front of my chest, staring at its contents and trying to ...
Judson Roberts, 2011
Dead Sea Scrolls: Lost Poems Found
Jack was a sailor in the US Navy from 1974 until 1978.
J. L. Powell, 2012
6 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «SEA CHEST»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term sea chest is used in the context of the following news items.
Inexperience, emergency response issues led to John I grounding …
When the crew attempted to close the low sea chest valve, the disc was prevented from fully closing due likely to ice caught between the valve disc and its seat ... «The Telegram, Jun 15»
Captain Cook's sea chest, which travelled on Endeavour, goes on …
A seafarer's chest that belonged to Captain James Cook and likely made the voyage with him to Australia on the Endeavour has finally been put on display. «ABC Online, Jan 15»
From the archive, 19 November 1983: Treasure Island, the ever …
And what an array of spine-tingling elements he produced: Captain Billy Bones chanting "Fifteen men on a dead man's chest," a sea chest containing a crude ... «The Guardian, Nov 13»
Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO)
We provide sea water lift pumps, caisson mounted line-shaft with ... dry mounted pumps to be located in the engine room lifting sea water from the hull sea chest. «Oil and Gas Industry Latest News, Sep 12»
Civil War soldier's saga lives on
Now, the personal effects Townsend left behind after his death in 1866 — an engraved naval sword, a sea chest and his gold Navy epaulets — are threads in a ... «Albany Times Union, Sep 12»
Estate sale find uncovers past of Civil War sailor
Townsend's name is carved on to the top of the sea chest, accompanied by his address, which the Grahams proudly note makes it one of few such trunks to be ... «Colorado Springs Gazette, Jun 12»
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