Ship Production

Author(s) Richard Lee Storch
Publisher Cornell Maritime Press
Date 1995
Pages 435
Format pdf
Size 35 Mb







This is the revised edition of Ship Production featured significantly updated content made fully consistent with the latest technological advances and developments achieved since the first publication of the title. The authors of the book are mainly focusing on the state-of-the-art ship production technology together with its application to the shipbuilding technology.

They are presenting a newly introduced system optimizing the productivity in the shipbuilding industry of today. There are several new chapters included in this release of the book devoted to the basic construction and manufacturing processes, CAD and CAM applications and design. The volume is good for both graduate and under-graduate courses; however, its content will be of practical interest for the shipbuilding specialists, as well. The book opens with the historical overview of the shipbuilding including some interesting statistical data related to the ship production theory and market share.

The main part of the volume addresses the economic theory of the shipbuilding, fabrication processes, conditions of production facilities, design and engineering of ships, ship production planning, its scheduling and control measures, accuracy control and many other relevant topics.

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