Naval Architecture for Non-Naval Architects
Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Jan 1, 1991 - Architecture - 239 pages
NAVAL ARCHITECTURE FOR NON-NAVAL ARCHITECTS is written in engaging & easily understood terms, this volume concentrates on two aspects of naval architecture: design & analysis. Technical discussions are almost entirely qualitative rather than quantitative & coverage focuses on conventional ships & boats while answering questions about such matters as the proposed vessel's seaworthiness, structural integrity, powering requirements, & functional capability. List $29.50, Members $19.50. The Society of Naval Architects & Marine Engineers, 601 Pavonia Ave., Jersey City, NJ 07306. phone: 201-798-4800. FAX: 201-798-4975. website: http://www.sname.org.
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