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Old 05-06-2012, 01:30 PM   #1
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Help on English Nautical Nomenclature

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Can you help me by filling the empty squares with the proper name in English? Letís number the squares from 1 to 4, from left to right being # 4 the rudder, correct?
#4 is this is the only one that I know the name.
I need to know those names to
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I'll try to help

From the left
# 1 is the Shaft Support
# 2 is the Stern Tube or sometimes called the Packing Gland
#3 (above the shaft sketch) is the Packing
#4 is the Shaft Strut
# 5 is the as you know the Rudder

Hope this helps.
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Greetings,
Mr Portuguese. I agree with Mr.Bear but alternate names could be:
#1 Pillow block
#2 Stuffing box
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In some instaliations the "shaft support" might also be a thrust bearing.

This is usually done with a CPP . Controllable Pitch Prop.

It is also done on boats with very flexible engine mounts to cut down on engine noise , vibration.

For fish survey boats the engine will be mounted on soft mounts , in a cradle , also with soft mounts. Overkill for a yacht.

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