10.12.2016

MARINE PROPELLERS AND PROPULSION

marine propellers and propulsion
 Author(s)              
John Carlton 
 Publisher
Butterworth-Heinemann
 Date
2007
 Pages
534
 Format
pdf
 Size
27.2 Mb

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   We are hereby introducing the second release of this possibly the best and definitely most complete books addressing the marine propellers, that are currently available; this edition has been completely updated and fully revised; four newly written chapters have been prepared and added, covering the podded and azimuthing propulsors, and also important technical aspects of the rudder-propeller interaction; in addition, particular attention was paid by the author to the high-speed propellers plus the propeller-ice interaction. This book shall definitely be considered an excellent and for sure very valuable reference volume to be used by all professional naval architects/marine engineers because it gathers together the whole subject of propulsion technology, both theoretical and practical, collected during the last four decades. The materials included in this reference book have been written by John Carlton, who is one of the leading experts on propeller technology, and this makes the book essential volume also for all students of ship propulsion and hydrodynamics. The text of the publication has been presented in a manner that is very easy to understand. The author has directed his book towards the practicing naval architects/marine engineers involved in the maritime industry.​

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