Experimental Range

February 12, 2017 SorinMStamate No comments exist
Experimental Range
Experimental Range

Experimental Range.

The Experimental Range: Is a maritime area near and parallel to the coast, arranged for carrying out various trials with the ships, such as:

–          The relationship between speed and number of revolutions;

–          The elements of ship’s turning (gyration);

–          The ship’s way (inertia);

–          The magnetic compass deviation;

–          The gyro compass correction;

The arrangement of the Experimental Range consists of:

–          A leading line parallel to the coast;

–          Two or more crossing leading lines, perpendicular to the first, and that marks the distances accurately determined.

The Measured Distance: The distance between the crossing leading lines.

The main conditions for a good Experimental Range:

–          There are no marine currents and be sheltered from waves and wind;

–          To have a sufficient length, usually from 3 to 10 Nm;

–          To be deep and large enough.

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Experimental Range _ v1.0
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