floating dry dock


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floating dry dock

[¦flōd·iŋ ′drī ‚däk]
(civil engineering)
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Only the technological advantage of the floating dry dock brought the big repair work to Burrard Dry Dock.
1941), scrapbook, Arthur Charlton Burdick Collection, fonds 505, NVMA; William Dey to Austin Taylor, "Report on progress of construction of new Floating Dry Dock at North Van Ship Repairs," 2 Dec.
Mike Nicholson, harbour master at the Port of Tyne said "When submerged to accept the floating dry dock, the Osprey will be some 15.
Building a 10,000 deadweight-ton floating dry dock, mooring system and electrical and mechanical tie-ins in Ketchikan for the state of Alaska.
Limited tenders are invited for valuation of the floating dry dock and other infrastructure set up by m/s western india shipyard ltd wisl to carry out shiprepairs at berth no 1,2 and 3 of mormugao port trust
Soon everything from the iconic cranes to the yard's 20,000-ton floating dry dock will be packed off to the Indian subcontinent.
Paul Ignatius was translated via Ingalls rail car system to a floating dry dock.
Tenders are invited for Quotation for the work of : Steel renewal work of Fwd Gate of Steel Floating Dry Dock.
Khaled Al Mazrouei, said, "The operational expansion of ADSB through the new floating dry dock in Zayed Port reflects the positive growth seen in the UAE ship building and repair sector.
Handrails have also been replaced and other structural repairs carried out before the full pontoon was delicately lowered back into place earlier this week using a floating dry dock.
He added: The operational expansion of ADSB through the new floating dry dock in Zayed Port reflects the positive growth seen in the UAE ship building and repair sector.