Recent Developments in Roll Stabilisation of Fishing Vessels

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A survey is made of the principal methods being used for roll stabilisation of fishing vessels in Australia. The vessels surveyed are generally of fifteen to twenty-five metres in length. The methods are described, with attention being paid to practical details of the operation. Developments in the methods are described, showing that improvements in operation have been made, and that there is potential for further improvement.
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Helmore, Phillip
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2000
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