SHIP CONSTRUCTION 7TH EDITION
|Author(s)||D. J. Eyres, G. J. Bruce|
|D O W N L O A D|
Here is the latest seventh edition of one of the most recognized textbooks on ship construction offering professional guidance for the design of vessels and their construction from A to Z. The volume will provide readers with the good overview of the established shipyard techniques proven effective, safety matters involved, materials used for construction, their strength, cutting and welding of metals, including the newly introduced methods of computer-aided design.
The book also covers the relevant international regulations applicable to the different ship types, contemporary materials and fabrication techniques. The material in the book is arranged in seven sections introducing readers to the world of shipbuilding and covering the fundamental ship design, dimensions and categories, as well as the development of the types. The content also considers the developments in the shipyard layout together with the development of the original arrangement and structural design plus the major processes that are commonly involved in the plate or section preparation and machining.
The text of the book has been already found invaluable by the students of marine technology, practicing naval architects and marine engineers due to the amount of the useful information this book provides and reasonable arrangement of the sections. This is what has gained so much popularity to this release of "Ship Construction" by D. J. Eyres and G. J. Bruce.
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