10.10.2017

SHIP DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

ship design and construction

Author(s) Robert Taggart
Publisher SNAME
Date 1980
Pages 737
Format pdf
Size 29 Mb
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Featuring a content prepared by the group of recognized and well respected authorities in a world of shipbuilding, this excellent publication is a perfect reference for all naval architects, ship constructors, ship designers and marine engineers - in fact for every single person interested in or working in the marine industry. The main emphasis has been made by the author of the volume upon the construction and design of the vessels in order to fulfill several specific missions.

Apart from the purely theoretical chapters such as the chapters on naval architecture principles, structural components of the ship's hull, analysis and design of the principal structures and ship construction fundamentals, the book also addresses the established ship construction practices and effective procedures, welding, assembly, launching and outfitting of the newly constructed ship, materials used for construction, applicable rules, regulations and standards, up to the sea trials and preparation of the vessel for delivery.

A glossary of the commonly used ship construction and design terminology is also included for easier use of the book. In short, we can say that this volume is definitely the most comprehensive one of those devoted to the ship design principles and major construction techniques.

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