underdeck

underdeck

(ˈʌndəˌdɛk)
n
(Nautical Terms) the lower deck of a vessel
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She has a 340-ton Vertical Lay System tower capacity, a 2,500-ton underdeck carousel and two work-class ROVs, allowing her to lay flexible pipes in water depths up to 2,500 meters.
She has a 340 tons Vertical Lay System, or VLS, tower, 2,500 tons underdeck carousel and two work-class ROVs, allowing her to lay flexible pipes in water depths up to 2,500 meters.
The roof can be insulated by doing an underdeck insulation or overdeck insulation.
On tankships LNG bunker tanks can be positioned on deck, ensuring that the underdeck cargo-carrying capacity of the vessel is not compromised in any way.
Cyberhawk used ROAVs to inspect the live flare, the platform underdeck and the roof of the giant concrete gravity base, and conduct numerous thermal surveys in order to maximize the mobilization.
The alloy keel stepped rig is held aloft with rod rigging (with tie rods into the carbon grid) and a hydraulic backstay for adjustment, while the furling genoa is controlled with an underdeck roller; nearby where the foot of the 140-square-metre gennaker is attached.
Based on their very popular and long-standing Falcon hull (of which around 400 have been built since Fibrecraft's inception in 1979), the gunnel of the standard Falcon was reduced by 100mm each side creating more internal space for decks, seating and storage, providing the angler with considerable options for rod, tackle, fish, and bait storage--some 940L of underdeck and underfloor storage space.
Ruiz-Teran and Aparicio [13] studied the effects of breakage of stays on underdeck cable-stayed bridge.
Unconventional double-level structural system for underdeck cable-stayed bridges, Journal of Civil Engineering and Management 18(3): 436-443.
We did a subsequent inspection of the underdeck, which is about 28m above sea level and had sustained damage from waves below the platform from a storm."
They probably put in three times as much time on duty as any of the men in the underdeck. A bonus of $20 should be paid to each assistant cook and baker, and $30 to the chief cook, then the chief cook will be in a position to demand the close attention of the assistants, which they don't feel like doing under the present circumstances.