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Fishing Boats of the World 3

  • ID: 2181786
  • Book
  • September 1989
  • Region: Global
  • 648 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
From a series of three Congresses on Fishing Boats organised by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations held successively at six–year intervals in Hamburg, Rome and Gothenburg three notable books emerged under the title Fishing Boats of the World 1, 2 and 3.

This volume, number 3, like the others, concentrates on specific aspects of the problem of improving world fishing activity. This related to the smaller types of craft used in in–shore and near–water fishing and in the case of developing countries, to indigenous craft such as canoes powered with outboard or inboard engines.

That objective was covered in six major sections. The first dealt with the factors which influences the design of boats in various communities; the second with the performance of craft in practical operation. Materials used such as wood, aluminum, plastics, fiberglass, etc., were considered in the third section with useful comparisons made with conventional usage. The fourth section dealt with engineering problems–engine location, different types, deck machinery and refrigeration equipment. The fifth section is aimed at helping small boat users in inshore fishing; lakes and rivers and gives outstanding help to the need of developing countries. The sixth section deals with craft for stern trawling, tuna fishing, combination vessels and even catamarans for certain types of fishing.

Editor of all three volumes is Jan–Olof Traung. The continuity of design and the careful inclusion of metric and alternative measurements together with ample lists of symbols and abbreviations make the series a working library of utmost value.

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Part I: Techno–Socio–Economic Boat Problems.

The Influence of Social and Economic Factors on Technological Development in the Fishing Sector (R. Hamlisch).

Topographical Factors in Fishing Boat Design (K. Chidhambaram).

Techno–Socio–Economic Problems Involved in the Mechanization of Small Fishing Craft (Atsushi Takagi and Yutaka Hirasawa).


Part II: Performance.

Measurements on Two Inshore Fishing Vessels (M. Hatfield).

Technical Survey of Traditional Small Fishing Vessels (N. Yokoyama, T. Tsuchiya, T. Kobayashi, Y. Kanayama).

Methode de projet des Nouveaux Types de Navires de Peche (E.R. Gueroult).

A Statistical Analysis of FAO Resistance data for Fishing Craft (D. J. Doust, J.G. Hayes, T. Tsuchiya).

New Possibilities for Improvement in the Design of Fishing Vessels (J. O. Traung, D. J Doust, J.G. Hayes).

A Free Surface tank as an Anti–Rolling Device for Fishing Vessels (J.J. van den Bosch).

Catamarans as Commercial Fishing Vessels (Frank R. Maclear).

Catamarans as Commercial Fishing Vessels–Continued.


Part III: Materials.

Boatyard Facilities (J.F. Fyson).

Wood for Fishing Vessels (Gunnar Pedersen).

Aluminum and its Use in Fishing Boats (C.W. Leveau).

All–Plastic Fishing Vessels (Mitsuo Takehana).

A 110–ft Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic Trawler (Ralph J. Della Rocca).

Comparison Between Plastic and Conventional Boatbuilding Materials (D. Verweij).


Part IV: Engineering.

Technical Experiences of Mechanization of Indigenous Small Craft (E.R. Kvaran).

Outboard Engines in Coastal Fishing (E. Estlander and N Fujinami).

The Location and Shape of Engine Wells in Dugout Canoes (Thomas C. Gillmer and Oyvind Gulbrandsen).

Engine Types and Machinery Installations (Cut Borgenstam).

Hydraulic Deck Machinery (Frank C. Vibrans, Jr. and Kurt Bruttinger).

Refrigeration Facilities in Small Fishing Boats (Seigoro Chigusa).


Part V: Design of Small Boats.

Developable Hull Surfaces (Ullmann Kilgore).

Dugout Canoes and Other Indigenous Small Craft (A. J. Thomas).

Fishing Boats for Developing Fisheries (P. Gurtner).

Arctic Fishing Vessels and Their Development (K.K. Rasmussen).

The Advantages and Uses of High–Speed Fishing Craft (J. Brandlmayr).


Part VI: Developments.

Recent US Combination Fishing Vessels (Luther H. Blount and Edward A. Schaefers).

Recent Developments in Japanese Tuna Longliners (J. Kazama).

Development of Japanese Stern Trawlers (Tatsuo Shimizu).

Small Stern Trawlers (W. M. Reid).

New Trends in Stern Fishing (Jan F. Minnee).



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Jan–Olof Traung
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