The ever-growing demand for commercial activities at sea has meant that ships are rapidly developing and that the rules governing their construction and operation are changing. Practical Ship Design records these changes, their outcomes and the reasoning behind them.
It deals with every aspect of ship design and handles a wide range of both merchant ships and naval ships with authority. It provides coverage of cargo ships and passenger ships, tugs, dredgers and other service craft. It also includes concept design, detail design, structural design, hydrodynamics design, the effect of regulations, the preparation of specifications and matters of costs and economics.
Drawing on the author's extensive practical experience, Practical Ship Design is likely to interest everybody involved in the design, construction, repair and operation of ships. Students and the most experienced professionals will all benefit from the book's vast store of design data and its conclusions and recommendations.
For practising naval architects, shipping consultants, post-graduates in naval architecture and the academic and non-traditional industrial markets.
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- © Elsevier Science 1998
- 11th November 1998
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@from:RAS @qu:"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." @source:Marine Engineers Review
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