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UNCONVENTIONAL SHIPS


Year: 1972
Language: english
Author: R. BRARD & A. CASTERA
Genre: Technical book
Publisher: OFFICE OF NAVAL RESEARCH -DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY
Format: PDF
Quality: Scanned pages + text layer
Pages count: 1140
Description: As an entirely different trend of development, but also
important in the development of ships for the future and growing,
as far as I can tell, from the floating oil platform techniques which
Mr. Blancard has mentioned and separately coming together from a
the very old technique, the catamaran, we have now the various versions
of what might be called low water plane catamaran or the semisubmerged
the ship that is being looked at in several countries and
will probably have a place for ship transportation somewhere intermediate
between the months of the conventional type and the hydrofoil
or surface effect ship. But that, of course, remains for the
future and perhaps this is the first international symposium in which
that kind of ship will be discussed in some detail.

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