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Year: 2006
Language: english
Author: Omar bin Yaakob
Genre: Reference book
Publisher: Omar bin Yaakob
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 126
Description: Naval architecture is an engineering field covering the technology in design of ships and floating structures. The persons having this expertise are called naval architects. To build these structures, shipbuilders requires design plans and guidelines prepared by naval architects. Knowledge in naval architecture is used to carry out design calculation and to produce plans which can be used by the shipyards. Ship hydrostatics and stability is one of the most important subject in Naval Architecture. The safety of ships, crew, passengers and cargo will be jeopardised if ships are not stable. In this book, readers will be able to appreciate the basic terminologies, carry out simple hydrostatics calculations and will be equipped with basic tools to assess stability of vessels.


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