NAVAL ARCHITECTURE FOR NON—NAVAL ARCHITECTS
|Publisher||The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineersr|
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This is definitely the best training source for the non-naval architects willing to be a good idea of the subject of naval architecture, but restricted with time and also not possessing enough technical background. The author provides a truly remarkable coverage of topics, all explained in detail and in a very understandable manner.
The essential concepts of the science of naval architecture have been provided, making this volume the best possible companion for all professionals of the maritime shipping industry who do not have any background and experience as naval architects, but having to discuss technical issues with the professional naval architects from time to time.
The content of the volume is mainly covering two basic areas – ship design and analysis. It should be noted that the technical discussions included in this book are actually qualitative and this approach will make it clear to the readers. Among the topics covered there are structural integrity of the ships, their functional capabilities, and powering demands. The book is highly recommended to everyone who needs to get the essential knowledge and understanding of naval architecture in the shortest possible time.
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