THE MARITIME ENGINEERING REFERENCE BOOK
|Author(s)||Athony F. Molland|
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A great one-stop essential reference source designed and released for the engineers who are involved in the fields of naval architecture/marine engineering. In his publication, the author brought together the valuable inputs done by a number of the world recognized industry experts in order to prepare an inclusive volume aimed to a very wide audience made of the marine engineers and naval architects as well as all other people involved in various operations, related to this field.
The book covers the key aspects of ship design, construction and further operation - for example, stability and flotation of the vessel, ship strength, ship structures, vessel propulsion, seakeeping, ship handling and maneuvering and all other areas considered important. It explores the maritime safety as well as all matters of the marine environment protection.
Moreover, the new technologies have also been dealt with in the pages of this reference book - it covers the construction and operation of the ROVs (i.e. remotely operated vehicles) that are nowadays used for the underwater inspection of the structures, and also the application of the computer systems in the ship design process. It provides a remarkably comprehensive technical overview made by the best-selling and popular authors and addresses the key facts and figures.
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