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Table Of Contents

Foreword to the ®fth edition
Acknowledgements
Introduction
REFERENCES AND THE INTERNET
GEOMETRY OF SHIP
SEAKEEPING
NOTES
10 Powering of ships: general principles
Fluid dynamics
Components of resistance and propulsion
EFFECTIVE POWER
TYPES OF RESISTANCE
WAVE-MAKING RESISTANCE
FRICTIONAL RESISTANCE
VISCOUS PRESSURE RESISTANCE
AIR RESISTANCE
APPENDAGE RESISTANCE
RESIDUARY RESISTANCE
THE PROPULSION DEVICE
THE SCREW PROPELLER
SPECIAL TYPES OF PROPELLER
ALTERNATIVE MEANS OF PROPULSION
MOMENTUM THEORY APPLIED TO THE SCREW PROPELLER
THE BLADE ELEMENT APPROACH
CAVITATION
SINGING
INTERACTION BETWEEN THE SHIP AND PROPELLER
OVERALL PROPULSIVE EFFICIENCY
SHIP±MODEL CORRELATION
Model testing
RESISTANCE TESTS
RESISTANCE TEST FACILITIES AND TECHNIQUES
MODEL DETERMINATION OF HULL EFFICIENCY ELEMENTS
PROPELLER TESTS IN OPEN WATER
CAVITATION TUNNEL TESTS
DEPRESSURIZED TOWING TANK
CIRCULATING WATER CHANNELS
Ship trials
SPEED TRIALS
CAVITATION VIEWING TRIALS
SERVICE TRIALS
EXPERIMENTS AT FULL SCALE
Summary
Problems
11 Powering of ships: application
Presentation of data
RESISTANCE DATA
1978 ITTC PERFORMANCE PREDICTION METHOD
EFFECT OF SMALL CHANGES OF DIMENSIONS
VARIATION OF SKIN FRICTIONAL RESISTANCE WITH TIME OUT OF DOCK
RESISTANCE IN SHALLOW WATER
CALCULATION OF WIND RESISTANCE
PROPELLER DESIGN
CHOICE OF PROPELLER DIMENSIONS
PROPELLER DESIGN DIAGRAM
INFLUENCE OF FORM ON RESISTANCE
REDUCING WAVE-MAKING RESISTANCE
BOUNDARY LAYER CONTROL
COMPATIBILITY OF MACHINERY AND PROPELLER
STRENGTH OF PROPELLERS
EFFECT OF SPEED ON ENDURANCE
Computational ¯uid dynamics
12 Seakeeping
Seakeeping qualities
Ship motions
UNDAMPED MOTION IN STILL WATER
DAMPED MOTION IN STILL WATER
APPROXIMATE PERIOD OF ROLL
MOTION IN REGULAR WAVES
PRESENTATION OF MOTION DATA
MOTION IN IRREGULAR SEAS
MOTION IN OBLIQUE SEAS
SURGE, SWAY AND YAW
Limiting seakeeping criteria
SPEED AND POWER IN WAVES
SLAMMING
WETNESS
PROPELLER EMERGENCE
DEGRADATION OF HUMAN PERFORMANCE
Overall seakeeping performance
Acquiring data for seakeeping assessments
SELECTION OF WAVE DATA
OBTAINING RESPONSE AMPLITUDE OPERATORS
Non-linear e ects
Frequency domain and time domain simulations
Improving seakeeping performance
INFLUENCE OF FORM ON SEAKEEPING
SHIP STABILIZATION
Experiments and trials
TEST FACILITIES
CONDUCT OF SHIP TRIALS
STABILIZER TRIALS
13 Manoeuvrability
General concepts
DIRECTIONAL STABILITY OR DYNAMIC STABILITY OF COURSE
STABILITY AND CONTROL OF SURFACE SHIPS
THE ACTION OF A RUDDER IN TURNING A SHIP
LIMITATIONS OF THEORY
Assessment of manoeuvrability
THE TURNING CIRCLE
TURNING ABILITY
THE ZIG-ZAG MANOEUVRE
THE SPIRAL MANOEUVRE
THE PULL-OUT MANOEUVRE
STANDARDS FOR MANOEUVRING AND DIRECTIONAL STABILITY
Rudder forces and torques
RUDDER FORCE
CENTRE OF PRESSURE POSITION
CALCULATION OF FORCE AND TORQUE ON NON-RECTANGULAR RUDDER
MODEL EXPERIMENTS CONCERNED WITH TURNING AND MANOEUVRING
MODEL EXPERIMENTS CONCERNED WITH DIRECTIONAL STABILITY
SPECIAL RUDDERS AND MANOEUVRING DEVICES
DYNAMIC POSITIONING
AUTOMATIC CONTROL SYSTEMS
Ship handling
TURNING AT SLOW SPEED OR WHEN STOPPED
INTERACTION BETWEEN SHIPS WHEN CLOSE ABOARD
BROACHING
Stability and control of submarines
EXPERIMENTS AND TRIALS
Design assessment
MODIFYING DYNAMIC STABILITY CHARACTERISTICS
EFFICIENCY OF CONTROL SURFACES
E ect of design parameters on manoeuvring
14 Major ship design features
Machinery
AIR INDEPENDENT PROPULSION (AIP)
ELECTRICAL GENERATION
Systems
ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM
PIPING SYSTEMS
AIR CONDITIONING AND VENTILATION
FUEL SYSTEMS
MARINE POLLUTION
CATHODIC PROTECTION
Equipment
CARGO HANDLING
REPLENISHMENT OF PROVISIONS
LIFE SAVING APPLIANCES
Creating a ®ghting ship
GENERAL
WEAPONS AND FIGHTING CAPABILITIES
INTEGRATION OF SHIP, SENSORS AND WEAPONS
Accommodation
Measurement
Iteration in design
DESIGN PHASES
PRIME PARAMETERS
PARAMETRIC STUDIES
FEASIBILITY STUDIES
FULL DESIGN
COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN (CAD)
Design for the life intended
DESIGN FOR USE
DESIGN FOR PRODUCTION
DESIGN FOR AVAILABILITY
DESIGN FOR SUPPORT
DESIGN FOR MODERNIZATION
THE SAFETY CASE
Conclusion
16 Particular ship types
Passenger ships
Ferries and RoRo ships
Aircraft carriers
Bulk cargo carriers
Submarines
COMMERCIAL SUBMARINES
Container ships
Frigates and destroyers
High speed small craft
MONOHULLS
MULTI-HULLED VESSELS
HYDROFOIL CRAFT
COMPARISON OF TYPES
O shore engineering
Tugs
Fishing vessels
Yachts
The Froude `constant' notation (Froude, 1888)
Bibliography
Answers to problems
Index
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