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Ll / /,,'1 /,I I / 7// . . ........ -- (b) Cambered ~ i ' ~ " "/ ~ ' J ~ _ . 2 and some comments on each are as follows: (a) B a l a n c e d r u d d e r : Open sternframe with a bottom pintle, which is a support bolt or pin with a bearing. The upper bearing is inside the hull. It has been applied to vessels such as tugs and trawlers and extensively to single-screw merchant ships. Tends to have been superseded by the use of the semi-balanced skeg rudder, type (d). (b) S p a d e r u d d e r : A balanced rudder.
1, and the local stress is defined as: stress --normal force per unit area of surface. In a fluid at rest or in motion, the average direct stress acting over a small element of fluid is called the fluid pressure acting at that point in the fluid. 4 Shear stress / / / ~,,,, du, dy / 5y Physics of control surface operation (ii) Shear stress. 2, and the local shear stress is defined as: shear stress = tangential force per unit area of surface. In a fluid at rest there are no shear stresses. In a solid material, the shear stress is a function of the shear strain.
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