KR101584608B1 - Algae Removing Apparatus - Google Patents

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KR101584608B1
KR101584608B1 KR1020150126943A KR20150126943A KR101584608B1 KR 101584608 B1 KR101584608 B1 KR 101584608B1 KR 1020150126943 A KR1020150126943 A KR 1020150126943A KR 20150126943 A KR20150126943 A KR 20150126943A KR 101584608 B1 KR101584608 B1 KR 101584608B1
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Abstract

The present invention is to provide an algae removing apparatus for effectively removing the algae without contamination of the ecosystem caused by coagulant, by suctioning and filtering the algae such as green algae or red algae which float on the surface of water in a lake or river. The algae removing apparatus comprises: a suction module which is positioned on the water surface and is formed to be capable of suctioning the surface water including algae; a suction unit which communicates with the suction module through a suction pipe, and is provided with a driving pump that generates a suction force in the suction module; and a filter unit which is connected to the suction pipe of the suction unit, introduces the surface water, filters algae sludge included in the surface water, and filters the water to be discharged.

Description

{Algae Removing Apparatus}

More particularly, the present invention relates to an algae removing apparatus capable of efficiently removing algae without ecological contamination due to a coagulant by sucking and filtering algae such as green tide or red tide floating in surface water in a lake or a river .

In recent years, due to rapid population growth and rapid industrialization, pollutant emissions and fertilizer usage have soared, and water pollution of rivers and lakes has been intensified. Furthermore, red tides and green tides due to eutrophication of rivers and lakes have occurred, It is hindering the environment.

In general, red tide and green tide are mostly caused by a large amount of fish excrement and feed residue in polluted lake or river farms, and the proliferation of red tide and green tide is increased when the amount of sunshine or nutrients is high, When maintained at 20 to 25 ° C, it is massively proliferated and causes a serious problem of water pollution.

These red tides and green tides cause problems of filter paper clogging in the water treatment process, and when various red tides and green tides are generated, various toxic substances may be generated. In addition, due to depletion of oxygen in the metabolic process by microorganisms, It is urgently required to improve the water quality of the euphoric lake and rivers.

As a prior art disclosed to solve the above problems, Korean Patent Registration No. 1028175 (Apr. 21, 2011) discloses a buoyant plate installed on a ship and floating on the sea surface, and a plurality of buoyant plates A lowering means for ejecting the surface water into the lower part of the underwater and pushing out the yellowing liquid spraying device for supplying the yellowing liquid by the lowering means of the buoyancy plate, There is known a ship type red tide and algae removing device having a function of removing water.

In addition, in Patent Registration No. 1206941 (November 26, 2012), there is disclosed a first reaction tank in which a lake containing algae is introduced and an algae sulphate is added to cause a flocculation reaction with the algae, A second reaction tank which is charged with the algae and coagulated with the algae, a first settling tank into which the second reacted lake water is introduced and settled, and a second settled tank which receives the first settled treated lake water and separates and discharges the sludge by sedimentation treatment And a re-use tank which contains a tea settling tank and reuses the slaked liquor which is not dissolved in the primary settling tank into the primary tank so as to be reused, thereby improving the removal efficiency of the algae Lt; / RTI >

In addition, in the registered patent publication No. 1189746 (Oct. 11, 2012), a bubble generating / charging unit provided at the front end of the hull for traveling along a lake, a bubble generating unit for injecting the bubble into the lake by generating bubbles, A coagulant injecting unit disposed adjacent to the bubble generating / charging unit and injecting a coagulant into a region into which the bubbles are injected; and a coagulant injecting unit attached to the bottom of the hull in a region where the coagulant is charged, A mixing unit for mixing the bubbles and the flocculant introduced into the lake into the lake and rapidly mixing with the lake water to make the dissolved material into granular sludge so as to float to the upper part of the lake; A scraper unit for collecting the sludge collected by the scraper unit; And a pair of lifting units disposed on both sides of the hull and along the longitudinal direction of the hull so as to float the hull to the surface of the water. Accordingly, it is possible to prevent and alleviate algae that can secure high quality water resources An algae removal line for removal is known.

However, in the above-mentioned prior art, in the case of the Japanese Patent Registration No. 1028175, since a continuous yellowing solution is required to remove red tide and green tide, a large amount of yellowing solution is used in the operation, And furthermore, organic matter in loess becomes food of microorganisms and causes eutrophication, so that red tide and green tide are reproduced again.

In addition, in the case of the above-mentioned prior arts, 1206941 and 1189746, since separate coagulant is added to remove red tide and green tide, it is difficult to supply and receive chemicals according to a large amount of drug input, In addition to the problem of secondary contamination due to coagulant application, it causes ecotoxicity and the government prohibits the use of coagulant. Therefore, additional work is required to remove dead red tide and green tide after work, which is very troublesome and time consuming .

KR Patent Registration No. 10-1028175 (April 01, 2011) KR Patent Registration No. 10-1206941 (November 26, 2012) KR Patent Registration No. 10-1189746 (Oct. 11, 2012)

The present invention solves the above-mentioned problems. It is a simple structure that the water is drained while filtering the algae residue after sucking surface waters including algae such as red tide and green tide. Therefore, And an object of the present invention is to provide an algae eliminating device capable of increasing work efficiency for eliminating algae while preventing side effects caused by additional work due to algae work.

In addition, the present invention is to provide a bird's water removing apparatus capable of guiding foreign matter to a suction unit of surface water including algae on the water surface, thereby preventing foreign matter from flowing toward the suction port to prevent clogging.

The algae removing apparatus proposed by the present invention includes a suction module positioned on the surface of the water surface so that surface water including algae can be sucked in and a drive pump communicating with the suction module through a suction pipe to generate a suction force to the suction module A suction unit; And a filter unit connected to the suction pipe of the suction unit to filter the surface water from the surface layer water while draining the water.

The suction module of the suction unit includes a suction plate connected to one end of the suction pipe and forming a suction port to communicate with the suction pipe, and a plurality of suction guiding members formed on the suction plate and guiding the inflow path of the surface water toward the suction port. And a plate-shaped suction module including a suction passage.

The guide ribs are formed on the upper surface of the suction plate so as to extend upward, and are positioned between the suction guide paths to constitute a guide rib that blocks foreign matter from flowing toward the suction port.

The guide ribs gradually form upwardly inclined guide slopes from the one end of the guide rib toward the inlet.

The guiding rib has a guiding inclined surface having an inclination angle of 5 to 15 degrees with respect to the suction plate.

The suction module of the suction unit includes a water guide bracket positioned on the water surface so as to confirm the position of the water surface, and a suction frame installed at a lower portion of the water guide bracket to form a plurality of suction holes on a cylindrical outer periphery And a cylindrical suction module including a cylindrical suction module.

The suction module may be integrally formed with the drive pump mounted on an upper portion of the water guide bracket.

The suction unit may further include position adjusting means provided at an upper portion of the water guide bracket and adapted to adjust a suction position of the suction frame of the suction module according to a water surface position.

Wherein the position adjusting means comprises a fixed frame disposed at an upper position of the suction module at a fixed position, a fixed frame mounted on the fixed frame, an upper portion of the suction module connected to the lower end of the fixed frame, And a plurality of guide rods extending toward the stationary frame at the upper portion of the suction module and guiding upward and downward vertical movement of the suction module.

Wherein the filter unit comprises a filter bag for filtering the surface layer water introduced therein and having a fastening member connected to and detachable from the suction pipe of the suction unit and a filter bag for receiving the filtered filter bag, And constitutes a filter case having a drain port to which a drain pipe is connected.

The filter bag is constructed using a nonwoven fabric or woven fabric having a filtration hole of 10 to 25 mu m in diameter.

The filter bag is provided with a zipper member which can be opened and closed at an outer end thereof, and a filter medium capable of purifying surface water is provided inside the filter bag.

The filter medium may be formed of at least one of activated carbon and cobalt.

Further, the alga-clearer according to the present invention may further comprise moving means provided with the suction unit and the filter unit, respectively, and configured to be able to move in accordance with an operator's adjusting direction.

The moving means comprises any one of a carrier having a structure capable of flowing on land or sea, or a ship having a structure capable of operating a marine vessel.

According to the algaecide device of the present invention, the surface water is sucked and the algae residue can be filtered by filtration. Therefore, it is unnecessary to use the coagulant in the algae removing operation, thereby significantly reducing the work cost and effectively preserving the ecological environment. It is possible to prevent the secondary algae phenomenon and to minimize the post-treatment work, thereby improving the workability and drastically reducing the time required for the work.

In addition, the algaecide device according to the present invention guides the entry and exit paths of the surface water separately from the plate suction module, so that the surface water flows smoothly toward the suction module and prevents the inlet port from being closed due to foreign matter inflow. So that the working efficiency can be remarkably improved.

Further, the alga-clearer according to the present invention is constructed so that the worker can set and set the water surface position in the cylindrical suction module, so that the work can be easily performed with an accurate setting of the suction work position on the water surface and the suction efficiency of surface water including algae There is an effect that can be.

In addition, since the algae removing apparatus according to the present invention comprises a filter bag applied with nonwoven fabric or woven fabric having a filtration hole of 10 to 25 탆 in order to filter algae from surface water, it is possible to remove algae residue, So that the maintenance cost of the apparatus can be minimized.

1 is a block diagram schematically illustrating an embodiment according to the present invention;
FIG. 2 is a plan view of a suction module according to a first embodiment of the present invention; FIG.
3 is a cross-sectional view of a suction module according to a first embodiment of the present invention.
4 is a front view of a suction module according to a second embodiment of the present invention.
5 is a plan view schematically illustrating a filter unit according to an embodiment of the present invention.
6 is a side view schematically illustrating a filter unit in an embodiment according to the present invention.
7 is an exemplary view showing a first embodiment of a moving means in another embodiment according to the present invention.
8 is an exemplary view showing a second embodiment of moving means in another embodiment according to the present invention.

The present invention provides a suction unit comprising: a suction module disposed on a surface of a water surface, the suction module being capable of sucking surface water containing algae; and a drive pump communicating with the suction module via a suction pipe, the suction module generating suction force; And a filter unit connected to the suction pipe of the suction unit to filter the surface water from the surface layer water while filtering off the algae contained in the surface layer water and draining the water.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS Next, a preferred embodiment of an algaecide device according to the present invention will be described in detail with reference to the drawings.

As shown in FIG. 1, an algae removing apparatus according to an embodiment of the present invention includes a suction unit 100 and a filter unit 200.

The suction unit 100 performs a function of sucking surface water including algae against a water surface where algae phenomenon such as red tide or green tide occurs.

1, the suction unit 100 includes a suction module 110 that is capable of sucking surface water, and a drive pump 130 that generates a suction force to the suction module 110.

The suction module 110 is positioned on the water surface so as to contact the surface waters containing algae, and is submerged to a certain depth (for example, 5 to 10 cm) toward the water from the water surface.

The suction module 110 may have a plate-like or cylindrical structure.

The drive pump 130 drives the suction module 110 to generate a suction force. That is, since the suction force is generated in the suction module 110 by driving the drive pump 130, the surface layer water containing algae is sucked.

The driving pump 130 and the suction module 110 are structured to communicate with each other through a suction pipe 120.

The driving pump 130 may be integrally formed on the suction module 110 of the suction unit 100 and may be disposed at a distance from the suction module 110 and may be connected to the suction pipe 110 through the suction pipe 120 It is also possible to constitute the filter unit 200 as a separated type having a structure in which it is located close to the filter unit 200.

The drive pump 130 is configured to apply suction to the surface water, but can be sucked into only one side, and is applied to general o / wastewater facilities. An underwater pump having a structure in which a motor and a pump are integrated, It is preferable to apply the structure of Fig.

As shown in FIGS. 2 and 3, the first embodiment of the suction module 110 of the suction unit 100 includes a suction plate 111a on which the surface water is sucked on the water surface, And a plate-shaped suction module 110a constituted by a suction guide passage 113a constituting a path.

The suction plate 111a is formed so as to have a wide front side and narrowed toward the rear side so as to form a narrow fan-shape so as to smoothly inflow surface water.

On one side (rear side) of the suction plate 111a, there is formed an air inlet 115a which is opened vertically and vertically so as to suck up surface water.

The suction port 115a is connected to one end of the suction pipe 120 so as to communicate with the suction pipe 120.

The suction guide passage 113a is formed on the suction plate 111a to guide the inflow path of the surface water toward the suction port 115a.

The suction guide passage 113a is formed in a concave groove shape on the upper surface of the suction plate 111a so as to have a plurality of the suction guide holes 113a at regular intervals in the width direction of the suction plate 111a.

Since the suction guide passage 113a is formed so as to be inclined downwardly inclined downward from the one end of the suction plate 111a toward the suction port 115a, the smooth flow of the surface water toward the suction port 115a can be prevented. Or the like.

The suction module 110 may be formed with a plurality of guide ribs 117 extending upward from the upper surface of the suction plate 111a and located between the suction guide paths 113a.

The guide ribs 117 extend to the front and rear of the suction plate 111a to prevent foreign objects from flowing toward the suction port 115a and extend from the front end of the suction plate 111a to the upper portion of the suction port 115a It is preferable to arrange such that inflow of foreign matter into the suction port 115a is surely blocked.

The guide rib 117 forms an upward sloping guide slope 118 as the upper portion of the guide rib 117 is moved toward the suction port 115a. That is, in contrast to the suction guide passage 113a having a slope gradually inclined downward from the one end of the suction plate 111a toward the suction hole 115a, the suction hole 111a is located at a position in front of the suction plate 111a, The guide ribs 117 are formed so as to have an upward inclined guide slope 118 which gradually increases toward the upper surface 115a of the guide ribs 115a.

The guiding inclined surface 118 of the guide rib 117 is formed to have an inclination angle? Of 5 to 15 degrees with respect to the suction plate 111a.

If the inclination angle? Of the guiding inclined surface 118 is less than 5 degrees, light influx or obstruction may occur due to the influence of suction force generated on the suction port 115a, and the inclination angle of the guiding inclined surface 118 α) exceeds 15 °, the inclination angle is too large to allow the foreign object to enter the inflow path of the surface water while leaving the path.

As described above, when the suction module 110 of the first embodiment is configured to guide the inflow path of the surface layer water and the path of the foreign object separately from each other, smooth inflow of surface water toward the suction module 110, It is possible to prevent clogging of the suction port and to greatly improve the working efficiency.

As shown in FIG. 4, the second embodiment of the suction module 110 of the suction unit 100 includes a water level guide bracket 111b positioned on the water surface so as to confirm the position of the water surface, And a cylindrical suction module 110b constituted by a suction frame 113b to be inflowed.

The water guide bracket 111b is formed in a planar shape having a flat plane and is provided to support the suction frame 113b and to be positioned on the water surface. That is, the water guide bracket 111b is provided to maintain the position of the suction frame 113b toward the water at a proper depth (5 to 10 cm) toward the water from the water surface.

The suction frame 113b is installed at a lower portion of the water level guide bracket 111b and has a cylindrical shape. A plurality of suction holes 115b are formed on the outer circumference of the water guide frame 113b to allow inflow of surface water including algae.

The suction frame 113b may have a plurality of suction frames 113b having different diameters at regular intervals inward / outward.

The suction module 110 may be integrally formed with the drive pump 130. That is, it is preferable that a more powerful suction force is applied to the suction hole 115b as the drive pump 130 is mounted on the upper portion of the water guide bracket 111b.

The suction unit 100 may further include position adjusting means 119 for adjusting the suction position (height and height) of the suction frame 113b of the suction module 110 according to the water surface position under water to be operated It is possible.

The position adjusting means 119 is provided on the water guide bracket 111b and includes a fixed frame 119a, a rotating screw 119b and a guide rod 119c.

The fixed frame 119a is installed at a position above the suction module 110 with a gap therebetween and is fixed to a position where the suction unit 100 is to be mounted and the rotating frame 119b and the guide rod 119c, And constitutes the overall configuration of the suction unit 100 to be supported.

The rotary screw 119b is rotatably screwed on the fixed frame 119a and the upper part of the suction module 110 is coupled to the lower end of the rotary screw 119b. That is, the water guide bracket 111b and the suction frame 113b of the suction module 110 are formed to be vertically movable according to the rotating direction of the rotating screw 119b.

The upper end of the rotating screw 119b is provided with an operation handle H which can be rotated by an operator.

The guide rods 119c are provided on the water guide bracket 111b of the suction module 110 so as to have a plurality of (four in Fig. 4).

The guide rod 119c extends upward to penetrate the fixed frame 119a and is guided to vertically reciprocate the suction module 110. [

As described above, when the suction module 110 of the second embodiment is constructed, the operator can confirm the position of the water surface and can set the water surface position, so that the work can be easily performed with accurate setting of the suction work position on the water surface, It is possible to improve the efficiency.

The filter unit 200 performs filtration of the surface layer water sucked and moved from the suction unit 100, and separates the surface layer water from the algae residue and water.

The filter unit 200 is connected to the suction pipe 120 of the suction unit 100 and is formed to be able to introduce the surface layer water sucked from the suction module 110.

As shown in FIGS. 5 and 6, the filter unit 200 filters the algae contained in the surface waters and drains the water. The filter unit 200 filters the surface layer water And a filter case 230 provided so as to drain and guide the separated water.

The filter bag 210 is provided with a fastener 211 so as to be connected to and detachable from the suction pipe 120 of the suction unit 100. That is, the filter bag 210 is separated from the suction pipe 120 by the fastener 211 to remove and clean the algae residue, and then the filter bag 210 is connected to the suction pipe 120 again, Structure.

A flexible hose-type connection pipe 125 is provided between the suction pipe 120 of the suction unit 100 and the filter bag 210 so that the connection of the filter bag 210 is more flexible .

The filter bag 210 is configured to have a plurality of filters (four filters in FIG. 5) in the filter case 230, and the filter bag 210 may be sequentially filtered. That is, only the valve of one of the filter bags 210 of the plurality of filter bags 210 is opened and the valves of the filter bag 210 are sequentially Open.

The filter bag 210 uses a nonwoven fabric or weaving having a filtration hole having a diameter of 10 to 25 mu m.

If the diameter of the filter bag 210 is less than 10 탆, it is difficult to smoothly filter the algae dust in the filtration process. If the diameter of the filter bag 210 is larger than 25 탆, The filtration efficiency becomes very low due to the leakage of fine particles of algae.

The filter bag 210 is formed with a zipper member 213 having a structure that can be opened and closed at an outer end portion thereof. That is, since the inner region of the filter bag 210 can be opened by opening the zipper 213, the collected bird dust can be removed from the inner surface of the filter bag 210 and then reused.

The filter bag 210 is provided with a filter medium 250 for purifying the surface water.

The filter medium 250 is in the form of a block, and is made of at least one of activated carbon or cos wave. It is preferable to improve the purification efficiency of the surface water by using the filter material 250 having a structure in which the activated carbon and the cospace are arranged before and after the filtration.

The filter case 230 is configured to have a space capable of storing water by closing the four sides.

The filter case 230 has a drain port 231 for receiving the filter bag 210 and discharging the filtered water through the filter bag 210. One end of the drain port 231 is connected to a drain pipe 233 are connected to each other so that the filtered and purified water can be discharged smoothly.

Preferably, the filter case 230 is configured to be openable and closable on one side so as to allow the filter bag 210 to flow in or replace the filter bag 210.

By constructing the filter bag 210 as described above, it is possible to remove the algae residue and to reuse it while achieving excellent filtration efficiency, thereby minimizing the maintenance cost of the apparatus.

That is, according to the alga-current removing device of the present invention configured as described above, since it is configured to suck the surface layer water and filter the algae residue, it is unnecessary to use the flocculant in the algae removing operation, It is possible to effectively preserve the environment, to prevent secondary bird phenomenon in the future, and to minimize the post-treatment work, thereby improving the workability and drastically reducing the time required for the work.

7 and 8, another embodiment of the algaecide device according to the present invention is configured such that the suction unit 100 and the filter unit 200 are installed respectively and are allowed to flow according to an adjustment direction of an operator And a moving means (300).

The moving means 300 can be configured to have a structure that can be dragged by an operator or can be configured to have a separate driving source to flow.

The suction unit 100 and the filter unit 200 are installed in the moving unit 300 so that the suction unit 100 is installed at a position extending through the suction pipe 120, (200) is installed to be accommodated in the moving means (300).

As shown in Fig. 7, the first embodiment of the moving means 300 is constructed by applying a carrier having a structure capable of flowing on land or sea.

The suction unit 100 is preferably constructed by applying the structure of the plate suction module 110a to the moving means 300 because the operator directly draws and moves the suction means.

When the moving means 300 of the first embodiment described above is applied, it is possible to minimize the production cost and to make it universally practical.

As shown in Fig. 8, the second embodiment of the moving means 300 is constructed by applying a ship having a structure capable of operating the sea.

The suction module (110) of the suction unit (100) includes a plurality of suction modules (110) along the side surface of the moving means (300).

In the suction unit 100, the suction pipe 120 is connected to the plurality of suction modules 110 so as to communicate with each other. In addition, the suction pipe 120 is integrally formed inside the moving unit 300 It accomplishes.

In the case where the plate suction module 110a is applied, it is possible to provide a wide working width according to the flow of the moving means 300 by arranging the plate type suction module 110a on the front side and the left and right sides of the moving means 300, respectively.

Although the suction module of the first embodiment is applied to the moving means in the drawing, the suction module of the second embodiment is not limited to this, and the suction module of the second embodiment can be applied to the suction module of the first embodiment. It is an obvious fact.

In the other embodiments described above, the same configuration as that of the above-described embodiment can be employed, so that detailed description is omitted.

Although the preferred embodiments of the algae removing device according to the present invention have been described above, the present invention is not limited thereto, but may be modified and embodied within the scope of the claims, And falls within the scope of the present invention.

100: Suction unit 110: Suction module
110a: Plate type suction module 110b: Cylindrical suction module
111a: Suction plate 111b: Water level guide bracket
113a: suction guide passage 113b: suction frame
115a: Suction port 115b: Suction hole
117: Guide rib 118: Induction slope
119: Position adjusting means 119a: Fixing frame
119b: rotating screw 119c: guide rod
120: suction pipe 130: drive pump 200: filter unit
210: filter bag 211: fastener 213: zipper member
230: filter case 231: drain hole 233: drain pipe
250: filter medium 300: moving means
α: Induced slope inclination angle

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  1. A suction unit which is located on a surface of a water surface and is capable of sucking surface water including algae; and a suction pump which communicates with the suction module through a suction pipe, and generates a suction force to the suction module;
    And a filter unit connected to the suction pipe of the suction unit to filter the surface water from the surface layer water while draining the water,
    Wherein the filter unit includes a filter bag which has a fastener for being connectable to and detachable from a suction pipe of the suction unit and filters the surface inflow water, And a filter case having a drain port to which a drain pipe is connected,
    The filter bag is made using a nonwoven fabric or weaving having a filtration hole having a diameter of 10 to 25 mu m,
    Wherein the filter bag is constituted by a zipper member which can be opened and closed at an outer end thereof and a filter medium which uses at least one of activated carbon or cosine which can purify the surface water is provided inside the filter bag,
    The suction module of the suction unit includes a water guide bracket positioned on the water surface so as to confirm the position of the water surface and a suction frame provided below the water guide bracket and forming a plurality of suction holes on a cylindrical outer periphery Wherein the suction unit is a cylindrical suction module including the suction unit.
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  7. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the suction module is integrally formed with the drive pump mounted on an upper portion of the water guide bracket.
  8. The method according to claim 1,
    Wherein the suction unit further comprises position adjusting means provided at an upper portion of the water level guide bracket and adapted to adjust the suction position of the suction frame of the suction module according to the water surface position.
  9. The method of claim 8,
    Wherein the position adjusting means comprises a fixed frame provided at a position spaced apart from the upper side of the suction module, the fixed frame being screwed on the fixed frame, the upper end of the suction module being connected to the lower end thereof, And a plurality of guide rods extending toward the fixed frame at the upper portion of the suction module and guiding upward and downward vertical movement of the suction module.
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  14. The method according to any one of claims 1 to 7,
    Further comprising moving means provided with the suction unit and the filter unit, respectively, and configured to be movable in accordance with an operator's direction of adjustment.
  15. 15. The method of claim 14,
    Wherein the moving means is any one of a carrier having a structure capable of flowing on land or sea, or a ship having a structure capable of running on the sea.
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