STRENGTH OF SHIPS AND OCEAN STRUCTURES
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The book will be useful for all naval architects including professionals and students. The major portion of its content has been subjected to significant revision. The author has retained the original arrangement of the material featuring a truly extensive coverage of the very latest technological developments in the field of predictions of the sea loads including slamming and non-linear load effects.
Moreover, several new sections have been added to cover the mechanics of ship grounding and collisions of ships. The analysis of ship hull strength is now treated more extensively in comparison with the previous edition. The author has paid special attention to the problems that are commonly encountered in the vessels of special types and sizes developed in recent decades - note that many of those problems require special design approach.
In addition, the book addresses the recent developments in strength standards of class societies and latest changes in the rules and regulations including CSR for bulk carriers and tankers. The materials covered in the book are not limited to steel, and the author has also touched such materials as aluminum and composites. Even the vessels of unusual construction and geometry have been covered.
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