A measure of speed used in aerial navigation. One knot is equal to one nautical mile per hour (1.15 knots = 1 mile).
This is the unit of measurement for gauging a vessel's speed at sea - 1 knot = 1.85 km/hour.
The standard unit for measuring an aircraftâ€™s speed. 1 NM/h i.e. 1 knot = 1.852 km/h.
A unit of speed equal to one nautical mile per hour. For example, if a vessel were travelling at 5 knots per hour, it would travel 5 nautical miles every hour.
Dark blemishes in the lumber as a result of branches growing from the tree trunk
These are hard cross-grained disfigurements in timber which are formed where shoots on trees are developed into branches. The resin ducts in the timber run parallel to the growth and resin in the knots flow to the surface of the timber. The exposed surface of the knot must be sealed before paint is applied.
Areas of the main stem of a tree in which the base of a branch has been overgrown through diameter growth of the main stem are called knots. Knots in lumber or veneer are cross sections of tree branches
A portion of a branch or limb that has become incorporated in a piece of lumber.
The method of attaching the hook to the line
A method of tying hooks to nylon
encompass the double clinch, egg loop, and the blood knot. The double clinch knot is used for either tying line to the hook, lure, or swivel. The egg loop is used to give a snelled hook a natural hook set while also enabling the shank of the hook that is applied to baits that are either cut plug or a fillet strip. The blood knot is the conjoining of two like test lines when one by itself is not long enough to fill the spool of a reel.