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By Nataly Marchenko

ISBN-10: 3642221254

ISBN-13: 9783642221255

For secure operations within the Arctic, it really is severe to appreciate the usual stipulations and to profit from the studies of ice pilots who've labored there. within the context of making plans the PetroArctic undertaking, money owed of seagoing actions within the Russian Arctic Seas that ersulted in injuries were accumulated and at the moment are made on hand during this bilingual (Russian-English) quantity. right here in particular, the actual atmosphere and navigation concerns for the Kara, Laptev, East Siberian and Chukchi seas are defined. totally 1/2 the publication describes injuries triggered by way of heavy ice stipulations considering 1900: ninety four injuries are conscientiously stated and labeled. between those, the injuries contain shipwrecks, compelled waft (ice jet as targeted case), overwintering, and diverse different types of vessel harm. such a lot money owed comprise information akin to distinguishing gains, habit of the staff, photographs, and maps, which exhibit ice stipulations, date, position, and vessels concerned (for every one of 4 seas). The booklet can be important to scientists, business planners and a large viewers attracted to the Arctic Seas.

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And damaged ships occurred. To overcome these problems, the transport fleet was replenished with vessels of a fundamentally new type: the Norilsk and Vitus Bering. These vessels are similar to icebreakers in terms of hull strength and engine power. 3 m thick, making it a true icebreaker. (3) By the end of the 1980s, 16 liner icebreakers (8 nuclear) and more than 300 ice-class cargo ships (including the nuclear atomic and lighter Sevmorput) worked on the Northern Sea Route. The volume of traffic was almost 7 million tonnes of cargo in 1987, which is five times higher than the cargo turnover in the non-Russian Arctic.

1854).  Чичагова) закончилась неудачно. Даже двойная обшивка корпусов не позволяла парусникам успешно бороться со льдами. After gathering the expertise of Northern Sea explorers, a prominent Russian scientist and thinker, Mikhail V. Lomonosov, composed the first map of the Arctic Ocean and presented the project of the Northern Sea Route to the Admiralty Collegium in 1763.

The koch was a unique ship of its class and was used for several centuries. The Pomor epoch ended in the eighteenth century, but it provided information on ship construction and sailor experience. The idea of an egg-shaped or roundbottom ship hull was used by C. Archer and F. Nansen in the construction of a ship called the Fram. Due to this rounded hull shape, the Fram endured extreme ice stresses and nipping. In the sixteenth century, plans for a Northern Sea Route began to develop at the state level.

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