Marine And Offshore Engineering
The Present Book Marine And Offshore Engineering Is Written To Serve As A Guide And Reference For Practicing Engineers, Both Designers And Contractors. The Book Presents Current Development In A Variety Of Areas That Impact Offshore And Marine Engineering. It Provides Valuable Insights Into The Following Chapters: Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: The Marine Working Environment Chapter 3: The Offshore And Sea Environmental Problems Chapter 4: The Seafood Structures Chapter 5: Moorings And Anchors Towing And Diving Chapter 6: The Offshore Electrical Power Chapter 7: The Offshore Piling Chapter 8: Breakwater Structures And Offshore Terminals Chapter 9: The Removal Of Offshore Structures And Construction Of Offshore Platforms Chapter 10: The Technique Of Concreting And Grouting Chapter 11: The Seafloor Of The Ocean And The Nature Of Marine Soil Chapter 12: The Structural Components Of The Offshore Platform Chapter 13: The Nature Of Deep Sea Construction This Book Is Very Useful Not Only For Marine Engineering Students But Also For Research Scholars And Teachers.
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The Marine Working Environment
The Offshore and Sea Environmental Problems
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