Introduction to Naval Architecture

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Naval Institute Press, 1982 - Architecture - 324 pages
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The book covers such topics as ship geometry, properties of shipbuilding materials, stability, submarine hydrostatics, propellers and propulsion systems, and maneuverability. Appendices include conversion tables, lists of fresh- and saltwater properties, and numerical integration techniques.

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