Ship Design for Efficiency and EconomyBy
- Volker Bertram
- H. Schneekluth
Academic Institutions where naval architecture and maritime studies are taught, plus consultancies.
Hardbound, 224 Pages
Published: October 1998
Imprint: Butterworth Heinemann
'this compact format book gives practical references and advice suitable for use by students and working Naval Architects...This is an up-to-date reference book.' Marine Engineers Review, July 1999. 'It can be recommended to all those who are concerned with developing a ship design to obtain high efficiency and economy of operation.' The Naval Architect 'This is an up-to-date reference book which besides documenting and referencing established design procedures also touches on the options to use new computer based methods.' Marine Engineer's Review "Material is directly usable not only in practice, in the design office and by shipowners, but also by students at undergraduate and postgraduate level... This comprehensive treatise of ship design and economy will find a ready readership in those academic institutions where naval architecture and maritime studies are taught, also with shipbuilders, consultancies, et al." Nautical Magazine