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Ferro-cementis the name given by English speaking people to aboat building methodusing steel wires covered with a sand andcement plaster, patented in 1855 by the French, who called it Ferciment.Ferciment boats builtbefore 1855 are still in existence and at least one is still afloat.

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9. REQUIREMENTS SPECIFIC TOFERROCEMENT BOAT CONSTRUCTION
9. REQUIREMENTS SPECIFIC TOFERROCEMENT BOAT CONSTRUCTION

The ideal form of construction for a fishing boat is based on the engine being attached to a steel plate. The steel plate in turn, is attached to the ferrocement engine bed by bolts securely welded into the bed reinforcement before casting.

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What are the pros and cons of having a ferro cement boat
What are the pros and cons of having a ferro cement boat

Jul 27, 2018· The U.S. Navy built laminatedferrocementriverboatsfor use during the Viet Nam war. The hulls are waterproof, rust proof, and fairly easy to repair.Ferrocementof all types, not just laminatedferrocement, is very labor intensive.Ferrocement boatsthat used rebar and chicken mesh are more common than laminated.

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Ferrocement Wikiquote
Ferrocement Wikiquote

Ferrocementorferro-cementis a system ofconstructionusing reinforced mortar or plaster, generally with no gravel, over an armature of metal mesh, woven expanded-metal or metal-fibers and closely spaced thin steel rods such as rebar. Thecementis typically a very rich mix ofcementand sand. The material is not concrete. It is used to construct relatively thin, hard, strong surfaces and ...

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Hartley39  Hartley Boat Plans
Hartley39 Hartley Boat Plans

39'3" (11.96m) Fast ocean cruiser. Beam 11'3". draught 6'. Headroom 6'3" with 6 or 7 berth accommodations. A good all round yacht with all the attributes of the 32 but larger. Suitable for coastal as well as ocean cruising, as with mostHartleysailboat designs. Plans for wind vane self steering are also available. Plans are drawn for the hull to be constructed inferro-cementbut can also be ...

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Ferro Cement hulls|Boat Design Net
Ferro Cement hulls|Boat Design Net

May 24, 2007· FishingBoat Construction: 3. Building aFerrocementFishingBoatHere, inBoatdesign.netdesign articles - there is the US NavyFerro Cement BoatBuilding Manual in PDF. There is also the: American Bureau of Shipping: (Document ref. Sections 5.7 and 10)

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We love Ferro cement but beware ! | Page 4 | Boat Design Net
We love Ferro cement but beware ! | Page 4 | Boat Design Net

Nov 19, 2009· Mostboat damageoccurs not from the sea but from collisions,ferro-cement hullslose local watertight integrity fairly easily and I like to see watertight bulkheads with thisconstruction. I have seen Swinging anchors that have gone throughferro-cement hulls.

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