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Title:
SYSTEM FOR POSITIONING A VESSEL, MAINLY A SUBMARINE SHIP
Document Type and Number:
WIPO Patent Application WO/2005/066019
Kind Code:
A1
Abstract:
The invention relates to shipbuilding, in particular to means for guiding and docking floating objects, mainly submarine ships. The inventive system is used for guiding a submarine ship (1) on shallow water and consists of adjust buoyancy pontoons (2) and a vessel lifting device (3) comprising load-bearing elements which are embodied in the form of curved box beams (4) and provided with means for fixing to the pontoons on the ends thereof. Said system comprises at least two beams (4) which are mounted in such a way that at least one beam is disposed symmetrically to the vessel (1) centreline plane and fixed to supports (6) based on foundations (7) by means of quick-coupling elements (5) embodied in the form of a bayonet connection. Said foundation (7) is rigidly fixable to the main body (9) of the submarine ship (1). The beams can be also fixed by means of the standard devices of the submarine ship (1). During the adjustment of the normal surface draft of the submarine ship (1), the pontoons (2) are displaced and dried in such a way that it is possible to connect and fix said beams thereto. Afterwards, the buoyancy of the pontoons (2) is adjusted in a specified manner. Said invention makes it possible to prevent the damages of the body of the submarine ship and to simplify the guidance thereof to a dock.

Inventors:
KRYLOV VADIM VIKTOROVICH
OZIMOV VIKTOR LEONIDOVICH
OSTAPENKO VITALY ALEKSEEVICH
FARAFONTOV YURY IVANOVICH
DOLGOPOLOV LEONID PAVLOVICH
SAVENKOV MIKHAIL VASILIEVICH
ZAINULIN OLEG FLORIDOVICH
Application Number:
PCT/RU2004/000511
Publication Date:
July 21, 2005
Filing Date:
December 17, 2004
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Assignee:
FEDERALNOE G UNITARNOE PREDPR (RU)
G UCHREZHDENIE FEDERALNOE AGEN (RU)
International Classes:
B63C1/10; B63C1/12; (IPC1-7): B63C1/12; B63B35/42
Foreign References:
US3937163A1976-02-10
US3448712A1969-06-10
RU2051067C11995-12-27
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