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Electric arc welding of mild steel plates in shipbuilding has superseded riveting as the main form of structural attachment. The main advantages are a substantial saving in steel weight; economy of construction; greater fabrica tion potential; better continuity of strength; greater freedom of design; and -T ra n sp o rts, C 4 - S - A 1 (R ig h t -h a n d scale) -A irc ra ft carriers, S 4 - S 2 - B B 3 (L e ft-h a n d scale) - 5000 T ankers, T 2 (Left-h and scale) F ig. 10. A. This shows the reduction in manhours for building standard ships such as T2 tankers, Liberty ships, etc.
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For the first twenty years standards were main tained, but thereafter there was rapid and substantial progress. As was natural, the first iron and steel cargo ships of the latter years of the nineteenth century followed in many respects the design of the sailing ships which they superseded, and were mainly of the flush-deck type. These were gradually improved by the extension of the bridge structure amidships to the ship’s side; the raising of the quarterdeck to form a poop; and an increased height for the forecastle.