CH365297A - Ballasted boat - Google Patents

Ballasted boat

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Publication number
CH365297A
CH365297A CH484461A CH484461A CH365297A CH 365297 A CH365297 A CH 365297A CH 484461 A CH484461 A CH 484461A CH 484461 A CH484461 A CH 484461A CH 365297 A CH365297 A CH 365297A
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Switzerland
Prior art keywords
boat
blades
water
depth
ballasted
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CH484461A
Other languages
French (fr)
Inventor
Lambert Roger
Original Assignee
Lambert Roger
Gutknecht Max
Giovanola Marc
Garrone Louis
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Application filed by Lambert Roger, Gutknecht Max, Giovanola Marc, Garrone Louis filed Critical Lambert Roger
Priority to CH484461A priority Critical patent/CH365297A/en
Publication of CH365297A publication Critical patent/CH365297A/en

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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B63SHIPS OR OTHER WATERBORNE VESSELS; RELATED EQUIPMENT
    • B63BSHIPS OR OTHER WATERBORNE VESSELS; EQUIPMENT FOR SHIPPING 
    • B63B41/00Drop keels, e.g. centre boards or side boards ; Collapsible keels, or the like, e.g. telescopically; Longitudinally split hinged keels
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B63SHIPS OR OTHER WATERBORNE VESSELS; RELATED EQUIPMENT
    • B63BSHIPS OR OTHER WATERBORNE VESSELS; EQUIPMENT FOR SHIPPING 
    • B63B39/00Equipment to decrease pitch, roll, or like unwanted vessel movements; Apparatus for indicating vessel attitude
    • B63B39/06Equipment to decrease pitch, roll, or like unwanted vessel movements; Apparatus for indicating vessel attitude to decrease vessel movements by using foils acting on ambient water
    • B63B2039/065Equipment to decrease pitch, roll, or like unwanted vessel movements; Apparatus for indicating vessel attitude to decrease vessel movements by using foils acting on ambient water the foils being pivotal about an axis substantially parallel to the longitudinal axis of the vessel
    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B63SHIPS OR OTHER WATERBORNE VESSELS; RELATED EQUIPMENT
    • B63BSHIPS OR OTHER WATERBORNE VESSELS; EQUIPMENT FOR SHIPPING 
    • B63B41/00Drop keels, e.g. centre boards or side boards ; Collapsible keels, or the like, e.g. telescopically; Longitudinally split hinged keels
    • B63B2041/003Collapsible keels, or the like, e.g. telescopically; Longitudinally split hinged keels

Description

  

  Bateau lesté    Les bateaux équipés de lests     stabilisateurs,    cons  titués par exemple par des plaques     métalliques    pro  filées se fixant sous leurs coques, ne peuvent accos  ter que dans des eaux relativement profondes.  



  La mise à l'eau de tels bateaux demande l'utili  sation de grues lorsque les eaux ont une profondeur  suffisante, ou encore de chariots de     transport    se dé  plaçant dans l'eau sur un plan incliné.  



  En outre, lorsque les eaux sont basses, l'embar  quement des passagers sur ces bateaux ne peut se  faire qu'au large, après transbordement de ces passa  gers par exemple à l'aide d'une embarcation à faible  tirant d'eau.  



  La présente invention a pour objet un bateau  lesté dont le but est d'éviter les inconvénients cités.  Ce bateau est caractérisé en ce que le lest est formé  d'au moins deux pales     articulées    sur sa coque et en  ce qu'il comprend des moyens pour commander la  rotation de chaque pale dans un sens opposé de  celui de l'autre, de manière à réunir ces pales pour  constituer le plan stabilisateur de ce bateau, lorsque  la profondeur des eaux est suffisante, et au contraire  à éloigner les pales l'une de l'autre en les relevant,  lorsque cette profondeur est trop faible.  



  Le dessin annexé représente, à titre d'exemple,  une forme     d'exécution    de l'objet de la présente in  vention  la     fig.    1 en est une coupe     longitudinale    ;  la     fig.    2 une coupe transversale selon     II-II    de la       fig.    1.  



  Le bateau représenté est     constitué    par une coque  1, par une toiture 2 recouvrant une cabine 3 pour  les passagers, par un gouvernail 4 et enfin par un  lest     stabilisateur    5.  



  La coque, la toiture et le gouvernail sont de  construction classique et ne seront pas décrits dans  le détail.         Le    lest 5 comprend deux pales 6 et 7 dont les  extrémités 6a et 7a sont coudées et     articulées    sur la  quille 8 du bateau, de chaque côté de celle-ci, en 9a  et 10a, respectivement en 9b et 10b. Des leviers 11  et 12 sont fixés aux     extrémités    6a et 7a des pales.

    Leurs extrémités libres     lla    et 12a sont reliées à un  dispositif de commande non représenté, disposé dans  une chemise 13 fixée de manière étanche sur le fond  de la coque, et destiné à faire déplacer     rotativement     les leviers 11 et 12 et les pales correspondantes 6 et  7 autour des axes 9a et 10a, respectivement 9b  et 10b.  



  Ce dispositif de commande peut être un dispositif  mécanique ou hydraulique.  



  Lorsque la profondeur des eaux est suffisante,  les hales 6 et 7 sont maintenues rapprochées l'une de  l'autre de manière à constituer un plan     stabilisateur     s'étendant sous la coque perpendiculairement au plan  de l'eau (position I).  



  Lorsque au contraire, on désire accoster en des  endroits à basses eaux, on     manoeuvre    le dispositif de  commande de manière à faire pivoter les pales 6 et  7 autour de leurs axes 9a et 10a, respectivement 9b  et 10b; et à les amener dans un plan sensiblement  horizontal     (position        ZI).     



  La mise à l'eau du bateau se réalise en     fixant     momentanément des galets de roulement, ou des  roues à pneus, aux extrémités libres des pales, dis  posées horizontalement, et en entraînant ce bateau  du bord de l'eau vers le large jusqu'à atteindre une  profondeur d'eau suffisante.  



  Bien entendu ce bateau peut être     indifféremment     un bateau à voile ou un bateau à moteur, en     parti-          culier    un bateau à moteur pour la     navigation    mari  time. -



  Ballasted boat Boats fitted with stabilizing ballasts, for example made up of profiled metal plates which are fixed under their hulls, can only dock in relatively deep water.



  The launching of such boats requires the use of cranes when the water is of sufficient depth, or even of transport trolleys moving in the water on an inclined plane.



  In addition, when the waters are low, the embarkation of passengers on these boats can only be done offshore, after transhipment of these passengers, for example using a shallow draft boat.



  The object of the present invention is a ballasted boat, the aim of which is to avoid the aforementioned drawbacks. This boat is characterized in that the ballast is formed of at least two blades articulated on its hull and in that it comprises means for controlling the rotation of each blade in a direction opposite to that of the other, so in bringing these blades together to form the stabilizing plane of this boat, when the depth of the water is sufficient, and on the contrary in moving the blades away from each other by raising them, when this depth is too low.



  The accompanying drawing shows, by way of example, an embodiment of the subject of the present invention, FIG. 1 is a longitudinal section thereof; fig. 2 a cross section along II-II of FIG. 1.



  The boat shown is constituted by a hull 1, by a roof 2 covering a cabin 3 for the passengers, by a rudder 4 and finally by a stabilizing ballast 5.



  The hull, roof and rudder are of conventional construction and will not be described in detail. The ballast 5 comprises two blades 6 and 7, the ends 6a and 7a of which are bent and articulated on the keel 8 of the boat, on each side thereof, at 9a and 10a, respectively at 9b and 10b. Levers 11 and 12 are attached to the ends 6a and 7a of the blades.

    Their free ends 11a and 12a are connected to a control device, not shown, arranged in a jacket 13 fixed in a leaktight manner on the bottom of the hull, and intended to cause the levers 11 and 12 and the corresponding blades 6 and 7 to be rotated. around the axes 9a and 10a, respectively 9b and 10b.



  This control device can be a mechanical or hydraulic device.



  When the depth of the water is sufficient, the vangs 6 and 7 are kept close to each other so as to constitute a stabilizing plane extending under the hull perpendicular to the plane of the water (position I).



  When, on the contrary, it is desired to dock in places with low water, the control device is operated so as to cause the blades 6 and 7 to pivot about their axes 9a and 10a, respectively 9b and 10b; and to bring them into a substantially horizontal plane (position ZI).



  The launching of the boat is carried out by temporarily fixing rollers, or wheels with tires, to the free ends of the blades, arranged horizontally, and by dragging this boat from the edge of the water to the open sea until to reach a sufficient depth of water.



  Of course, this boat can be either a sailing boat or a motor boat, in particular a motor boat for maritime navigation. -

 

Claims (1)

REVENDICATION Bateau lesté, caractérisé en ce que le lest est formé d'au moins deux pales articulées sur la coque et en ce qu'il comprend des moyens pour comman der la rotation de chaque pale dans un sens opposé à celui de l'autre, de manière à réunir ces pales pour constituer le plan stabilisateur du bateau lorsque la profondeur des eaux est suffisante et au contraire à éloigner les pales l'une de l'autre en les relevant lorsque cette profondeur est trop faible. CLAIM Ballasted boat, characterized in that the ballast is formed by at least two blades articulated on the hull and in that it comprises means for controlling the rotation of each blade in a direction opposite to that of the other, so as to unite these blades to constitute the stabilizing plane of the boat when the depth of the water is sufficient and on the contrary to move the blades away from each other by raising them when this depth is too low.
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Cited By (3)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US4077077A (en) * 1977-01-13 1978-03-07 Harper Alex M Stabilizer keel
FR2501147A1 (en) * 1981-03-05 1982-09-10 Moinard Pierre Jean Folding type keel for yacht - has screw or jack in sealed compartment of hull which operates keel via cranks and pivot mechanism
FR2639018A1 (en) * 1988-11-15 1990-05-18 Jardilliet Roland Boat with a keel

Cited By (3)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US4077077A (en) * 1977-01-13 1978-03-07 Harper Alex M Stabilizer keel
FR2501147A1 (en) * 1981-03-05 1982-09-10 Moinard Pierre Jean Folding type keel for yacht - has screw or jack in sealed compartment of hull which operates keel via cranks and pivot mechanism
FR2639018A1 (en) * 1988-11-15 1990-05-18 Jardilliet Roland Boat with a keel

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