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Introduction of a method of constructing heat preventing panels in holds in freezing carrier. Reito unpansen ni okeru sonai bonetsu panel koho no shokai

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Abstract

A freezing carrier is a dedication ship to transport frozen and refrigerated cargoes such as foodstuffs loaded in holds. Ship's heat preventing devices must have the heat insulating structure formed according to complex shapes characteristic to an ocean vessel, and the most part of the work is done by skilled technicians working on the site. Therefore, discussions have been given on a heat preventing structure using a panel construction method aiming at simplifying cross sections to more efficient and uniform shapes, and hold shapes and work in them to more suitable for palletized packaging styles, and improving working environments. The results of the discussions have been applied to two ships for the first time, and the effects have been verified. This paper reports its specifications and construction. The heat preventing panel is a sandwiched composite of a surface material and a polyurethane foam, made to a panel size of about 1 m [times] 2 m. Joints are fixed by fasteners. The present ships have adopted such a form that the side walls are vertical, but the floor area and the clear height are the same as the conventional construction methods. Good heat insulation performance and workability have been verified, and  More>>
Publication Date:
Jun 25, 1994
Product Type:
Journal Article
Reference Number:
NEDO-94-913312; EDB-95-017597
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Techno Marine; (Japan); Journal Volume: 780
Subject:
71 CLASSICAL AND QUANTUM MECHANICS, GENERAL PHYSICS; 60 APPLIED LIFE SCIENCES; 32 ENERGY CONSERVATION, CONSUMPTION, AND UTILIZATION; FLOORS; SURFACE AREA; SHIPS; MATERIALS HANDLING; REFRIGERATION; THERMAL INSULATION; PANELS; COMPOSITE MATERIALS; CONSTRUCTION; FOOD; HEIGHT; JOINING; JOINTS; POLYURETHANES; WALLS; COOLING; DIMENSIONS; FABRICATION; MATERIALS; ORGANIC COMPOUNDS; ORGANIC POLYMERS; PETROCHEMICALS; PETROLEUM PRODUCTS; PLASTICS; POLYAMIDES; POLYMERS; SURFACE PROPERTIES; SYNTHETIC MATERIALS; 661210* - Cryogenics- (1992-); 553004 - Agriculture & Food Technology- Food Protection & Preservation- (1987-); 320303 - Energy Conservation, Consumption, & Utilization- Industrial & Agricultural Processes- Equipment & Processes
OSTI ID:
6712410
Country of Origin:
Japan
Language:
Japanese
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: ISSN 0916-8699; CODEN: TMAREA
Submitting Site:
NEDO
Size:
Pages: 54-57
Announcement Date:
Feb 01, 1995

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Citation Formats

Kawaki, T, Fujita, H, and Yamamoto, K. Introduction of a method of constructing heat preventing panels in holds in freezing carrier. Reito unpansen ni okeru sonai bonetsu panel koho no shokai. Japan: N. p., 1994. Web.
Kawaki, T, Fujita, H, & Yamamoto, K. Introduction of a method of constructing heat preventing panels in holds in freezing carrier. Reito unpansen ni okeru sonai bonetsu panel koho no shokai. Japan.
Kawaki, T, Fujita, H, and Yamamoto, K. 1994. "Introduction of a method of constructing heat preventing panels in holds in freezing carrier. Reito unpansen ni okeru sonai bonetsu panel koho no shokai." Japan.
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title = {Introduction of a method of constructing heat preventing panels in holds in freezing carrier. Reito unpansen ni okeru sonai bonetsu panel koho no shokai}
author = {Kawaki, T, Fujita, H, and Yamamoto, K}
abstractNote = {A freezing carrier is a dedication ship to transport frozen and refrigerated cargoes such as foodstuffs loaded in holds. Ship's heat preventing devices must have the heat insulating structure formed according to complex shapes characteristic to an ocean vessel, and the most part of the work is done by skilled technicians working on the site. Therefore, discussions have been given on a heat preventing structure using a panel construction method aiming at simplifying cross sections to more efficient and uniform shapes, and hold shapes and work in them to more suitable for palletized packaging styles, and improving working environments. The results of the discussions have been applied to two ships for the first time, and the effects have been verified. This paper reports its specifications and construction. The heat preventing panel is a sandwiched composite of a surface material and a polyurethane foam, made to a panel size of about 1 m [times] 2 m. Joints are fixed by fasteners. The present ships have adopted such a form that the side walls are vertical, but the floor area and the clear height are the same as the conventional construction methods. Good heat insulation performance and workability have been verified, and results that are expected of further development have been obtained. 7 figs.}
journal = {Techno Marine; (Japan)}
volume = {780}
journal type = {AC}
place = {Japan}
year = {1994}
month = {Jun}
}