Practical Ship DesignBy
- D.G.M. Watson
For practising naval architects, shipping consultants, post-graduates in naval architecture and the academic and non-traditional industrial markets.
Elsevier Ocean Engineering Series
Hardbound, 558 Pages
Published: November 1998
"With a detailed look at the preliminary approaches used in ship design, this is one of the most useful books on naval architecture and marine engineering to be published for a long time.(...)Written is a simple style with clear explanations of concepts and sources the book contains a wealth of practical information with graphs taken from actual service vessels.(...)the book is essential reading for all naval architecture undergraduates and a must for University libraries offering marine engineering courses."
RAS, Marine Engineers Review