een draad uitsliuten

English translation: exclude

18:29 Sep 3, 2016
Dutch to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Ships, Sailing, Maritime / wreck recovery
Dutch term or phrase: een draad uitsliuten
Basically they are trying to pass a cable from the vessel underneath a wreck to help raise it.

"Tijdens meerdere pogingen om de draad onder het wrak door te trekken, bleef deze telkens steken."

"In samenspraak met de verantwoordelijke op de [name of crane platform] is derhalve besloten om de 34 mm draad af te boeien en uit te sluiten zodat de draad later weer opgepakt zou kunnen worden."

I am assuming that "afboeien" here means "fix it to a buoy".

Again:
"De 34 mm is op het achterdek uitgesloten op de laatste shackle en afgestopt in de Karmoy Fork"
Mark Cole
Local time: 19:19
English translation:exclude
Explanation:
I think they mean they were exluding the 5/4 inch wire/cable.

E.g.:
Winch: Hydraulic Tow 76 Ton holding and 24 tons pulling with 1000 meters of 34 mm wire
http://www.shipsales.com/vessel/buy/tug/31/

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Note added at 15 mins (2016-09-03 18:44:41 GMT)
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draad afstoppen: scheeps­term; mbt. ge­span­nen tros­sen d.m.v. een dun­ner eind touw de kracht er­van over­ne­men om die tros te kun­nen be­leg­gen (Van Dale).

De kabel is afgestopt en dus 'uitgesloten' voor verder gebruik (tot later).
Prevented from further use (instead of excluded) may also work for 'uitgesloten'.
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Lianne van de Ven
United States
Local time: 14:19
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Thank you, the explanation was very helpful. I decided not to use "exclude", but the more general "detach"
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uitsluiten
exclude


Explanation:
I think they mean they were exluding the 5/4 inch wire/cable.

E.g.:
Winch: Hydraulic Tow 76 Ton holding and 24 tons pulling with 1000 meters of 34 mm wire
http://www.shipsales.com/vessel/buy/tug/31/

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Note added at 15 mins (2016-09-03 18:44:41 GMT)
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draad afstoppen: scheeps­term; mbt. ge­span­nen tros­sen d.m.v. een dun­ner eind touw de kracht er­van over­ne­men om die tros te kun­nen be­leg­gen (Van Dale).

De kabel is afgestopt en dus 'uitgesloten' voor verder gebruik (tot later).
Prevented from further use (instead of excluded) may also work for 'uitgesloten'.

Lianne van de Ven
United States
Local time: 14:19
Native speaker of: Native in DutchDutch
PRO pts in category: 42
Grading comment
Thank you, the explanation was very helpful. I decided not to use "exclude", but the more general "detach"
Notes to answerer
Asker: Thank you, that's made it a lot clearer. I'm not sure about "exclude", though. Perhaps "slacken" would be more appropriate here?

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