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Naval architecture as Art and Science


Year: 1943
Language: english
Author: C. O. Liljegren
Genre: Textbook
Publisher: CORNELL MARITIME PRESS
Format: PDF
Quality: Scanned pages + text layer
Pages count: 246
Description: Naval Architecture is the art of creating, out of the caveman's dugout, floating things of beauty like Clipper Ships or Yachts or usefulness like modern cargo ships, or fighting power like Warships. Art means knowledge made efficient by skill, science is systematized knowledge changing from day to day, and exact science unchanging exact knowledge such as mathematics, geometry, and astronomy. The reason of this book lies in the fact that writer wanted the reader to see the facts of science that has made the fiction come true.

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