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Ship Construction for Marine Vol5

Ship Construction for Marine Vol5

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REED'SSHIP CONSTRUCTIONFORMARINE STUDENTS
 
REED'SSHIP CONSTRUCTIONFOR
MARINE
STUDENTS
by
By
E. A. STOKOEC.Eng., F.R.I.N.A., F.I. Mar.E., M.N.E.C.Insl
FoTmerly Principal Lecturer in Naval Architecture at South Shields Marine and Technical College
THOMAS REED PUBLICATIONS
A DMSION
a:
THE ABR COMPANY LIMITED
 
First Edition -
1964
Second Edition -1968Third Edition -
1973
 Reprinted -
1975
Fourth Edition -
1979
Fifth Edition -
1985
 Reprinted -
1994
 Reprinted -
1996
ISBN 0 900335 95 5
© Thorn•• Rlld
Publloatlon.THOMAS REED
PUBLICATIONS
19 Brldi' Road
Hampton CourtEast MoleleySurrey KT8 9EUUnited Kinidom
Produced
by
Omega Profiles Ltd. SPIO lUPrinted and Bound in Great Britain
PREFACE
This volume covers the majority of the descriptive work in theSyllabus for Naval Architecture in Part B of the Department of Transport Examinations for Class 2 and Class I Engineerstogether with the ship construction content of the GeneralEngineering Knowledge papers. It istherefore complementary toVolume IV "Naval Architecture for Marine Engineers" andVolume VIII "General Engineering Knowledge" in the sameseries. It will also be found useful by those studying for Mateand Master's Examinations.The book is not intended to be comprehensive, but to give anindication of typical methods of construction. The text is conciseand profusely illustrated. It is suggested that those engineersstudying at sea should first read part of the text, payingparticular attention to the diagrams, and then compare thearrangements shown in the book with those on the ship whereverpossible. In this way the student will relate the text to thestructure. The typical Examination Questions are intended as arevision of the whole work.The author wishes to acknowledge the considerable assistancegiven by his former colleagues and to the-following firms forpermission to use their information and drawings: FibreglassLtd, C. M. P. Glands Ltd, Kort Propulsion Co Ltd, TaylorPallister
&
Co Ltd, Swan Hunter Shipbuilders Ltd, Welin Davit
&
Engineering Co Ltd, Brown Bros
&
Co Ltd, Stone ManganeseMarine Ltd, Stone Vickers Ltd and Weir P.umps Ltd.

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