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  • Ship Titanic
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    Outline In retrospect, blame for the sinking of the Titanic can be placed on the inferior materials used by the ship builder, the misled motivation of Captain Smith and the White Star Line, and the poor emergency provisions and procedures. I. Situations surrounding the sinking of Titanic A. Who operated the Titanic B. Events of April C. Extent of loss II. Titanic sets sail A. Description of ship 1. Ship builder 2. Materials used 3. Outfitting the ship B. The maiden voyage. The iceberg A. False s...
  • Titanic To Sideswipe The Iceberg
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    Introduction The R.M.S. Titanic sideswiped an iceberg at 11: 40 p.m. on April 14, 1912. Estimated to be able to stay afloat for 2 days under the worst scenario, the ship sank in less than 3 hours [Gannon, 1995]. Main Cause for Sinking The iceberg created a 300-foot gash in the Titanic's hull above and below the waterline. Structural Errors That Accelerated the Sinking Steel brittleness Tests on Titanic's steel showed that the steel had high sulfur content, which increases the brittleness of stee...
  • Ship A Lot Closer To The Titanic
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    It was the largest ship in its day. It was labeled unsinkable. But on April 14 and 15, 1912, many people all around the wold found out that it wasn't. The sinking of the Titanic was most likely the worst disaster ever to occur on the Atlantic Ocean. It sank because of many mistakes made by the builders, designer, and crew. A little over 1,500 people died because of many mistakes made by the crew and designer. In the following paragraphs are a few of the reasons why. Many mistakes were made in th...
  • Social Class In The Victorian Web
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    The RMS Titanic; A Tragedy Based on Class. In April, 1912, the so called "unsinkable" Titanic set sail to New York. The great ship was as big as five city blocks, and weighed thousands and thousands of tons. Everyone who was everyone grabbed a room on the luxurious ship for the trip of a lifetime. On April 14, 1912, the RMS Titanic struck an iceberg an sank into the icy depths of the North Atlantic. People were shocked at the news of the "unsinkable" Titanic sinking and this disbelief was due to...
  • Titanic By Katha Pollitt
    651 words
    The Literature about the Titanic The Titanic sunk April 14, 1912 after crashing into an iceberg. More than 1,500 lives were lost. The sinking of the Titanic made a great impact in history. It was thought to be the fastest ship and to be unsinkable. Although the sinking of the Titanic was so long ago, lots of literature has been written about the ship. Three pieces of literature are a poem by David R. Slavitt entitled "Titanic", a folk song published by Carl Sandburg in a book named The America S...
  • Night To Remember Titanic
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    A Night to Remember Titanic was the biggest ship ever made. It was a miracle of twentieth century technology. The ship consisted of the most sophisticated safety devices of its time. Yet on Sunday, April 14, 1912, the Titanic hit an iceberg, which soon led to disaster. I read the book, A Night To Remember written by Walter Lord. The book is a minute by minute account of the Titanic's fatal collision with an iceberg and how the tragedy brought out the best and worst of human nature. There were 2,...
  • De Titanic By Huddie Ledbetter
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    The Titanic was a disaster that happen in April of 1912. It was a great impact in America because it was suppose to be the " un sinkable ship" but it did sink. There have been many books, pomes, stories, and songs about this ship. Three examples of this literature are De Titanic by Huddie Ledbetter, Titanic by David R Slav itt, and Reliquary by Michael Donaghy. The literature at the time of the ship snaking is different from what is written now reason is because at the time everybody was just ne...
  • Pieces Of The Titanics Hull
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    Titanic Titanic was the largest ship in the world, built by a workforce of 17,000. The ultimate in turn-of-the-century design and technology. First-class suites ran to more than $55,000 in today's dollars, and when she sailed on her maiden voyage from Southampton, England on route to NY, she held among her 2,227 passengers. The cream of industrial society, including colonel John Jacob Astor. Macys founder; U.S. congressman Isidor Straus and Thomas Andrews, the ships builder. The ship was built o...
  • People Of The Titanic
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    The Titanic set sail for it's maiden voyage on April 12, 1912. This beautiful ship was made of the strongest iron available to man during this time. The Titanic was believed to be the ship that even God could not sink. However, on April 14 tragedy stuck. Over 1,000 people were lost at sea when the titanic sank. With this catastrophe, people learn that when vanity and pride displace the fear of God the end result is destruction. Vanity, the first aspect that brought the downfall of the Titanic. V...
  • Organizational Structure Of Titan Software
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    Titan Software May 15, 2003 Scott Graves Jes al Mehta Sarpa y One Tony Yan Table of Contents I. Introduction 3 II. Strategy Target Market 3 Product 4 Price 5 Place 5 Promotion 5 SWOT Analysis 6 . Technical Specifications and Requirements Server 7 Client 9 Development Tools 9 IV. Website Design Needs Analysis 10 Technical Design Considerations 11 V. Company Organization Management Structure 12 Organizational Structure 13 VI. Conclusion 14 VII. Supplemental Material PowerPoint Presentation Slides ...

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