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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pleuger_rudder

The Pleuger rudder is a power assisted ship's rudder. It creates a flow of water in the direction ... The pleuger rudder is meant to be assisting in the fast maneuverability of ships, in tight harbor operations. Thus, it is only an improvement of ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rudder

A rudder is a primary control surface used to steer a ship, boat, submarine, hovercraft, aircraft, or other conveyance that moves through a fluid medium ( generally air or water). ... More specifically, the steering gear of ancient vessels can be classified into side-rudders and stern-mounted rudders, depending on their location ...

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Jul 16, 2009 ... Ships whose rudders don't touch water — THURSDAY, Jul. 16 2009— Destination of Saul / Container for folding scissors / Singer of Wagner ...

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Jul 15, 2009 ... I don't recall learning that those two number pairs were anagrams of each ... [ Ships whose rudders don't touch water] are the airships called ...

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Ships don't sink because of the water around them; ships sink because of the water that gets in them. Don't let what's happening around you get inside you and  ...

www.marineinsight.com/naval-architecture/types-rudders-used-ships

May 9, 2017 ... Learn about the main types of rudders used for ships in the article inside. ... the stern, and also a few hydrodynamic factors that dictate the flow of water aft .... the direction of the thrust too, then we don't actually need a rudder.

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Dont claim to be an expert but rudders are frequently filled with oil to ... preventive for filling it up; don't know about antifreeze with water. john.

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Feb 23, 1997 ... It's a task whose importance becomes apparent to the public only in the ... degrees port," signaling that the rudder has moved to that position. ... in a massive flow of water whose current extends five to six miles out. ... A pilot does not take command of a ship and does not touch any of ..... Don't have a profile?

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Jun 30, 2015 ... This can be achieved with the use of a rudder, means of lateral thrust ... This is both the most basic and the most centric role; a ship whose purpose is that of combat is ... Combat support ships don't tend to become necessary until later on in a .... It's no surprise how this "ship" will be balanced in the water.