||Edward V. Lewis
||Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers
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Here is one of the most popular and classic textbooks on the naval architecture. We would rate it as a definite necessity for any naval architect who works in the marine industry. This set includes mountains of useful information which is required by the naval architect. The basic objective of this third (revised) edition of the book, is to provide readers, i.e. both students and active industry professionals with a timely survey of all basic principles in the field of Naval Architecture - the authors did their best to make clear that engineering and research in almost all branches of the subject. This publication must be ofn the reference bookshelf of every practicing naval architect. The set comprises of three volumes. This first volume consists of four chapters addressing the Ship Geometry, Intact Stability, Subdivision and Damage Stability, and Strength of Ships.