ADVANCED SHIP STABILITY FOR MARINE OFFICERS
|Author(s)||Capt. C. L. Dubey|
|Publisher||Marine Aid Pub.|
|D O W N L O A D|
This is a sort of treatise on ship stability specifically written to be used by the ship officers. The material of this volume was prepared by one of the well recognized experts who did his best to provide all marine officers with ready reference source covering all important aspects of ship stability. Traditionally for all books on naval architecture and ship stability, the content of this one starts with the fundamental formulae of naval architecture and basic problems.
There is a separate chapter devoted to the classic Simpson's Rules - even in a world of computers it is still very important to understand the underlying principles. The next several chapters of the publication concentrate on the list and trim of the vessel, associated problems, righting lever, moments, and changes occurring to the trim as a result of the change in density. The dry docking of the ships is discussed in the following chapter.
The author gives detailed and clear explanations on the stability curves, ship hull coefficients, explains the inclining test basics and procedure, covers the grounding problem and, in total, provides readers with nearly everything the may need to be aware of when working on board seagoing ships.
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