PHYSICS WAVE CONCEPTS FOR MARINE ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS
|Author(s)||Christopher Lavers, Sara-Kate Lavers|
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The present publication belongs to the world popular and famous Reeds series. The content of the volume is covering the essential concepts of the theoretical maritime physics science underpinning the basic principles of the electromagnetic wave, and same is discussed in the numerous relevant training courses, including the merchant and naval marine engineering.
That is why it is critically important for the maritime users to possess a good knowledge of the concepts on which the contemporary marine communication devices and sensors work. It shall be noted that the subject knowledge forms an integral part of the merchant navy requirements as per the relevant sections of the STCW convention.
This compact volume is intended to provide some introductory information presented in a very clear and easy-to-understand manner making is the best choice for the trainees with the English being non-native language. The authors have presented a truly comprehensive yet quite concise study of the fundamental principles, providing readers with the necessary background before they proceed to studying the subject further, since it will greatly contribute in their technical knowledge and preparation.
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