Care and Repair of Boat Auxiliary Systems: v. 6 ePub download
by David S. MacLean
- ISBN: 0830697519
- ISBN13: 978-0830697519
- ePub: 1146 kb | FB2: 1862 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: TAB Books Inc.,U.S.; First American Edition edition (June 1980)
- Pages: 144
- Rating: 4.8/5
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An Auxiliary repair dock (ARD) is a type of vessel employed by the . Navy, especially during World War II, when it commissioned 33 ARD vessels: ARD-1 to ARD-33. ARDs were self-sustaining in World War 2. ARD have a rudder to help in tow moving, making ARDs very mobile. ARD have a bow to cut though waves. ARDs have a stern that could be opened or closed. The stern could be closed with bottom-hinged flap gate, that was operated by hydraulic rams.