Machinery Seats

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It has already been indicated that in the machinery spaces additional
transverse floors and longitudinal intercostals side girders are provided to
support the machinery effectively and to ensure rigidity of the structure. The
main engine seatings are in general integral with this double bottom structure,
and the inner bottom in way of the engine foundation has a substantially
increased thickness. Often the machinery is built up on seatings forming
longitudinal bearers which are supported transversely by tripping brackets in
line with the double bottom floors, the longitudinal bearers being in line with
the double bottom side girders.

Boiler bearers are similarly fabricated with support from transverse
brackets and longitudinal members.

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