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THE GEOMETRY OF SHIPS

The Geometry of Ships

Author(s)                 John Letcher, J. Randolph Paulling
Publisher SNAME
Date 2010
Pages 258
Format pdf
Size 9.1 Mb

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   Here is another publication belonging to the Principles of Naval Architecture Series. This book was written by John Letcher and edited by J. Randolph Paulling. It comes without saying that the geometry of most ship hull forms ranging from smallest yachts to the huge vessels are now developed by means of one of the commercially available software packages for ship hull modeling. Such programs include stability and all other hull properties and they may form a part of a comprehensive CBD (computer-based design) and manufacturing system; alternatively, they may be included in a shipboard computer-based operational systems that are used for cargo load monitoring and damage control. This book is intended to present the theoretical basis for the hull modeling systems statae above and the procedures for computing hull geometric and buoyancy properties using mathematical methods. The emphasis in this book has been made upon the fundamentals and nomenclature underlying several methods of hull geometrical modeling with the ultimate aim to provide the understanding required to use intelligently both existing and future modeling tools...

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