The strength of ships is a topic of key interest to naval architects and shipbuilders ships which are built too strong are heavy slow and cost extra money to build and operate since they weigh more whilst ships which are built too weakly suffer from minor hull damage and in some extreme cases catastrophic failure and sinking. Strength of ships and ocean structures 2008 the principals of naval architecture for kindle. Note citations are based on reference standards however formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. Introduction ship structural loads analysis of hull girder stress and deflection load carrying capability and structural perfomance criteria reliability of structural safety assessment miscellaneous topics. Principles of naval architecture series strength of ships and ocean structures details this volume provides extensive coverage of the latest developments in dynamic sea load predictions including nonlinear load effects slamming and impact plus sections on the mechanics of collisions and grounding
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