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Published 23.09.2014 | Author : admin | Category : Simple Boat Plans

This is not even a static structure, like a building,where you would expect the steel to carry the load, and wood to cover it up. Here, i guess, the wood frames are load bearing, and the steel is providing additional strength and stiffness near the keel area. What happens when the entire hull flexes,when temparatures go high and low, when humidity changes,or after a million time of cyclic loads.
When she is hauled out for bottom work and then put back in all the planking seams move a bit. Location: Port Orchard, Washington, USA You need to get a good book on how ship structures work and the loads that they are subjected to. Location: warragul,australia The moisture content of the wood, in the contact area between the steel and the wood will always create a problem wheather internally or externally. Composite ships, Iron frames with wooden planking were used a lot before ships moved to metal plating. Originally Posted by la cage The moisture content of the wood, in the contact area between the steel and the wood will always create a problem wheather internally or externally. Although modern bedding sealants have significantly diminished this problem and in this application they would stop all problems WRT trapped moisture.
By the way your construction technique is certainly novel and a discussion of it is worthy of a new thread.
Location: ohio, USA surprisingly steel and many hardwoods have vary similar expansion properties. I would have a concern with the quality of stainless used as the stainless would be subject to crevice crack corrosion between the wood and the stainless in the presence of standing water. Location: Thailand Looking at the pictures - it appears that the metal frames are only there to provide the correct bend to the laminated wood frame during the lamination process. Originally Posted by MMNet SEA Looking at the pictures - it appears that the metal frames are only there to provide the correct bend to the laminated wood frame during the lamination process. Location: Thailand unfortunately the picture's scale gave me the impression that the distance between the top and bottom of the ring frames would be inadequate for internal cabins etc. When making potentially dangerous or financial decisions, always employ and consult appropriate professionals.
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A boat of any size built by more than two persons jumps around like the plot of a novel rather than like a train going along the tracks from beginning to end. Steam bending frames is a great team sport requiring good organization as well as the ability to think on one's feet.

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