22.10.2017

TORSION AND SHEAR STRESSES IN SHIPS

Torsion and shear stresses in ships

Author(s) Mohamed Shama
Publisher Springer
Date 2010
Pages 277
Format pdf
Size 5 Mb
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In the recent decades, there was so much of research activities conducted with the intention to get the structural analysis and design significantly improved. Most of them were addressing the hull girder strength using the finite element method more effectively. Taking into account that the ship structures are very complex, we will have to pay special attention to the interaction of the above mentioned strength with the local strength of the ship.

The structural elements of the hull are normally subjected to the stresses of different types including residual and fabrication stresses. This volume will cover the aspects of analysis and design of the ship structures not addressed earlier. The author has addressed a complex areas of the structural design, presenting it to the readers in a suitable manner that will make it easier to follow for the practicing engineers and students.

The content will present serious practical value due to the material contained and dealing with the torsion ad shear loading/stresses - this will present some additional interest to the naval architects. Numerous solved and unsolved problems have been included to supplement the theoretical information.

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