Australian Current. Branch of Equatorial Current, setting southwards along E coast of Australia as far as Sydney.
Australian Sea Carriage of Goods Act, 1914. Short Act, of ten clauses, governing shipment of goods from Australia, whether coastwise or abroad.
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Autogenous Welding. Joining two pieces of metal by heating each of them and then welding them together without use of any other metal.
Autographic Instrument. Any instrument that makes a graphic record of its registrations. Barograph is an example.
Automatic Helmsman. Machine that is controlled by compass and controls steering engine. Automatically keeps ship's head on a pre-selected course.
Automatic Tide Gauge. Erection near shore of a tidal river, to indicate height of tide by a system of floats with a connected pointer that moves over a graduated board. By including a constant in the graduation the height of tide at a distant port can be indicated. 2. Tide gauge fitted with a timekeeping unit and a recording apparatus. Used for recording tidal effects over a fairly long period.
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