SHIPBUILDING IN IRON AND WOOD
|Publisher||A & C Black|
|D O W N L O A D|
All who are engaged in any marine-related activities the importance of the shipbuilding it is quite obvious and there is no need to use any arguments. And ship construction is a key discipline since properly designed and built vessels provide safety of the people on board.
The present publication is a Bible of shipbuilding of the nineteenth century - just imagine, it was originally published in 1863, i.e. more than hundred and fifty years back. Of course, the modern ship construction and design technology has steeped so much forward since then but the fundamentals remained unchanged since not too many changes have occurred to the basics of the naval architecture and strength of ships.
This is a genuine classics and quite rare publication difficult to find somewhere else. All categories of readers will benefit from spending some time with this volume. The practicing ship builders and naval architects may refresh their knowledge and see what the theory of these disciplines is originating from, while the students of naval architecture and associated subjects will find many topics explained in a very simple language before they proceed to the modern literature and more specific books.
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