HANDBOOK OF SHIP CALCULATIONS, CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATION
|Author(s)||Charles H. Hughes|
|Publisher||D. Appleton & Company|
|D O W N L O A D|
An excellent and classic reference book for the naval architects and marine engineers, draftsmen, deck officers and all other people involved in construction, operation and maintenance of the vessels. The content of the book was compiled with the ultimate purpose to assemble in a single volume and convenient manner, practical data for day-to-day reference.
Note that the theoretical calculations are omitted purposely. It represents so many years of collection of the material and its classification that has been assembled specifically for the everyday use. The data contained in the book has been collected from numerous sources including trade literature and technical papers.
The material in the volume is arranged in ten sections starting from the weights, formulae used, strength of materials, materials used for the ship construction, methods of their manufacture, wood and non-ferrous materials, various ship calculations including freeboard calculations, stability, ship hull resistance, machinery calculations, launching and many others, hull construction, data on different types of vessels, operating and repair costs for the diesel engines, machinery, oils, fuels, boilers, steam engines, propellers, steam turbines, paddle wheels, internal combustion engines, auxiliaries, piping arrangements, electricity. drainage, refrigeration, heating, ship equipment, ship operation, up to the ship chartering and marine insurance, literally everything you will need...
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