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Author: D. A. Taylor
ISBN13: 978-0408015356
Title: Merchant Ship Construction
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Language: English
Category: Transportation
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann; Subsequent edition (April 1, 1985)
Pages: 248

Merchant Ship Construction by D. A. Taylor

Merchant Ship Construction - D. A. Taylor - Download as PDF File . df), Text File . xt) or view presentation slides online. Good book for naval arch and ship construction terms. 1 wish to lhank the many firms, organisations and individuals who have provided me with assistance and malcrial during the writing of lhis book. For guidance provided in their specialist areas I would like (0 thank Me W. Cole, Welding Manager and Mr I. Waugh, Ship Manager, both of Swan Hunter Shipbuilders. To the firm of Swan Hunter Shipbuilders, now a member of British Ship- builders, I wish 10 extend my thanks for their permission to use drawings and information based on their current shipbuilding practices.

Good book for naval arch and ship construction terms. The Ship- its Functions, Features and Types Merchant ships exist 10 carry cargoes across the waterways of the world safely, speedily and economically. Since a large pan of the world's surface. approximately three·fifths. it is reasonable 10 consider that the merchant ship will continue to perform its funclion for many centuries 10 come. The worldwide nalure of this function involves the ship, its cargo and its crew in many aspects of inll~rnational life. Some It:atures of this international transportation.

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The techniques of ship construction advance steadily over the years. This book meets the needs of those connected with Ships, Whether practicing engineers or students. Current shipbuilding techniques are described and the ship as a stressed structure is examined. David A Taylor was a consulting Naval Architect and Marine Engineer in Hong Kong with Harbour Craft Services Ltd and the author of the best selling book Merchant Ship Construction published by the IMarEST. He served for a period at sea before attending the University of Newcastle upon Tynne, UK, from which he obtained a BSc(Hons) in Marine Engineering and an MSc in Shipbuilding.

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An owner requires a ship that will give the best possible returns for the owner’s initial investment and running costs. This is especially the case for some trades, for example LNG, where the ship is expected to work the same route for its working life. The initial design of a ship generally proceeds through three stages: concept; preliminary; and contract design. The process of initial design is often illustrated by the design spiral (Figure . ), which indicates that given the objectives of the design, the designer works towards the best solution adjusting and balancing the interrelated parameters as the designer goes. A concept design should, from the objectives, provide sufcient information for a basic techno-economic assessment of the alternatives to be made.

Merchant Ship Construction. Brown Son & Ferguson, 1975. 224 . his book is addressed to those who are studying for the various grades of Department of Trade Certificates and to all who seek a little more knowledge of the ships that they see, build or sail in. The value of a book lies mainly in the quality rather than the quantity of its contents and a good drawing, combined with a short but clear description, can often be made to take the place of many pages of print. Categories: Technique\Transportation: Ships. Author : David A. Taylor. Publisher : Information Today. R.,296 on (Shipping charges may apply).