SHIP CONSTRUCTION FOR MERCHANT MARINE OFFICERS

Ata Atun , Deniz Unsalan

 

 

CONTENTS                                                          Page    

 

Title                                                                     i

Preface                                                                  iii

Table of contents                                                    iv

                                                                

Chap 1    Classification of ships according to their usage        1 - 13

Chap 2    Basic definitions on ship geometry                1 - 11

Chap 3    Structural features of some common             1 - 11          merchant ship types

Chap 4    Forces and stresses acting on ships               1 - 14

Chap 5    Main structural elements of ships                  1 - 27

Chap 6    Minor structural items                                1 - 5  

Chap 7    Hull outfit                                                 1 - 13

Chap 8    Pumping and piping arrangements                1 - 7  

Chap 9    Rudders and Steering                                  1 - 9  

Chap 10 Propulsion of ships                                     1 - 18

Chap 11  Load lines and draught marks                      1 - 4  

 

            

References

 

1. TAYLOR, D.A., Merchant Ship Construction

    Butterworths, London, 1980

2. RAWSON, K.J., TUPPER, E.C., Basic Ship Theory

    Longman Scientific & Technical Books, 1994

3. AKDOGAN, R., Deniz Ticareti

    Zihni Denizcilik Eðitim Yayýný, 1988

4. International Maritime Organisation Model Course 3.07 "Hull and Structural Surveys" Compendium

5. D'ARCHANGELO, A., Ship Design and Construction

    The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, 1969

6. SCHNEEKLUTH, H., Ship Design for Efficiency and Economy

    Butterworths, 1987