from The Century Dictionary.
- noun In iron shipbuilding, a longitudinal plate which limits the double bottom at the turn of the bilge. The lower edge is connected to the outside plating by an angle-bar, and the upper edge is flanged over horizontally, and the inner-bottom plating riveted to it. See cuts at double
bottomand bracket, 9 .
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