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Principles of Naval Architecture: Stability and Strength, Volume 1, Second Revision

by Edward V. Lewis (ed)
ISBN:9780939773008

Providing a timely survey of the basic principles in the field of Naval Architecture for the use of both students and active professionals, this text covers ship geometry, stability, flooding, strength, resistance and propulsion, vibration, and much more.

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Principles of Naval Architecture—Stability and Strength, Volume I, Second Revision







Introduction—A Word From the President
Foreword
Preface
Chapter I – Ship Geometry
Section 1: Ships’ Lines
Section 2: Displacement and Weight Relationships
Section 3: Coefficients of Form
Section 4: Integrating Rules and Methods
Section 5: Hydrostatic Curves and Calculations
Section 6: Bonjean Curves
Section 7: Wetted Surface
Section 8: Capacity
References




Chapter II – Intact Stability
Section 1: Elementary Principles
Section 2: The Weight Estimate
Section 3: Metacentric Height
Section 4: Curves of Stability
Section 5: Effect of Free Liquids and Special Cargoes
Section 6: Effect of Changes in Weight on Stability
Section 7: Evaluation of Stability
Section 8: Drafts, Trim and Displacement
Section 9: The Inclining Experiment
Section 10: Submerged Equilibrium
Section 11: The Trim Dive
Section 12: Methods of Improving Stability, Drafts and List
Section 13: Stability When Grounded
Section 14: Intact Stability of Unusual Ship Forms
References

Chapter III – Subdivision and Damage Stability
Section 1: Introduction
Section 2: Fundamental Effects of Damage
Section 3: Subdivision and Damage Stability Calculations
Section 4: Manual Subdivision and Damage Stability Calculations
Section 5: Subdivision and Damage Stability Calculations by Computer.
Section 6: Definitions for Regulations
Section 7: Subdivision and Damage Stability Criteria
Section 8: Alternate Equivalent Passenger Vessel Regulations
References




Chapter IV – Strength of Ships
Section 1: Introduction
Section 2: Ship Structural Loads
Section 3: Analysis of Hull Girder Stress and Deflection
Section 4: Load Carrying Capability and Structural Performance Criteria
Section 5: Reliability of Structures
References

Volume 1—Nomenclature

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