chart table

chart table

[′chärt ‚tā·bəl]
(engineering)
A flat surface on which charts are spread out, particularly one without storage space below the plotting surface, as in aircraft and VPR (virtual PPI reflectoscope) equipment.
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e chart table is constructed from maple with an inlaid compass rose on the slope and feather banding around the sides and drawer-fronts of English walnut.
Today the cost of making a similar chart table would be in the region of PS8,000 and the Cornish elm bookcases would cost about PS2,000 each, so if you have been waiting for this opportunity all your life, this is the auction for you.
Navtor declared the launch of NavStation, a Digital Chart Table that collects information from numerous sources and shows it on a single screen to assist aid navigation.
Mr Brown said: "We stashed the ticket in the locker under the chart table on board and figured it would be safe there for the journey back - there aren't many pirates in the North Sea.
Richard added: "We stashed the ticket in the locker under the chart table and figured it'd be safe for the journey back - there aren't many pirates in the North Sea.
Friends of Mr MacLean said he told them he had been reading charts and moving between the wheel and the chart table when the incident took place.
In a departure from Bavaria's conventional floorplan, the chart table is hinged on the bulkhead facing forward into the saloon by the starboard settee.
The Takapau Community Health Chart table Trust wanted an independent review of the rural health centre services to show how they evolved to address local health care needs.
His chart table is a plank attached to a lightweight aluminum-tube walker for the elderly.
The chart table is overlooked by two technical consoles--navigation instruments (automatic pilot, GPS-radar screen, etc), electrical switch panels and the resource indicators (water, fuel, generator etc).
Ms McGarrity, 25, has also told an industrial tribunal he moved her while she was at the chart table at night by putting his hands on her hips.
It is anticipated that WECDIS will also replace existing electro-mechanical chart tables in a significant number of Royal Navy and Royal Fleet Auxiliary ships and submarines.