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Statics And Dynamics Of The Ship

Author : Vladimir Veniaminovich Semenov-Ti͡a︡n-Shanskiĭ
ISBN : UVA:X002077825
Genre : Naval architecture
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Statics And Dynamics Of The Ship

Author : Vladimir Veniaminovič Semenov-Tjan-Šanskij
ISBN : OCLC:421160036
Genre : Naval architecture
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Statics And Dynamics Of The Ship

Author : Vladimir Veniaminovich Semenov-Ti︠a︡n-Shanskiĭ
ISBN : OCLC:911813715
Genre : Naval architecture
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Statics And Dynamics

Author : James L. Meriam
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Genre : Mechanics, Applied
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Category: Mechanics, Applied

Statics And Dynamics With Background Mathematics

Author : A. P. Roberts
ISBN : 0521520878
Genre : Mathematics
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This book uniquely covers both Statics and Dynamics together with a section on background mathematics, providing the student with everything needed to complete typical first year undergraduate courses. Students often find it difficult to visualize problems and grasp the mathematics, but Roberts' friendly approach makes life easier for both student and tutor, tackling concepts from first principles with many examples, exercises and helpful diagrams. The revision section on introductory mathematics is a huge bonus, allowing students to catch up on the pre-requisite mathematics needed to work through both courses.
Category: Mathematics

The Elements Of Statistics Dynamics Part I Statics

Author : SL Loney
ISBN : 9789351762577
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The Classic Text Series is the only of its kind selection of classic pieces of work that started off as bestseller and continues to be the bestseller even today. These classic texts have been designed so as to work as elementary textbooks which play a crucial role in building the concepts from scratch as in-depth knowledge of concepts is necessary for students preparing for various entrance examinations.This book on Elements of Statics and Dynamics Part 1 (Statics)deals with graphically represented concepts of Statics. The present book has been divided into 18 chapters namely Introduction, Composition & Resolution of Forces, Parallel Forces, Moments, Couples, Equilibrium of a Rigid Body Acted on by Three Forces in a Plane, General Conditions of Equilibrium of a Body Acted on by Forces in One Plane, Centre of Gravity, Work, Machines, Friction, Miscellaneous, Some Additional Propositions and Vectors. Each chapter in the book contains relevant theoretical content for comprehensive understanding of the concepts along with number of solved examples with detailed explanations. At the end of each chapter, unsolved practice exercises have been provided to help aspirants revise the concepts discussed in the chapter.Answers and solutions to the practice exercises have been covered at the end of the book along with attachment containing terms used in the chapters.As the book covers all the elements of Statics (Part 1), hope this bookcovering Elements of Statics from the Classic Text Series will help the readers get in-depth insight intothe various elements of Statics.
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Ultimate Limit State Design Of Steel Plated Structures

Author : Jeom Kee Paik
ISBN : 0471486329
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Steel plated structures are important in a variety of marine and land-based applications, including ships, offshore platforms, power and chemical plants, box girder bridges and box girder cranes. The basic strength members in steel plated structures include support members (such as stiffeners and plate girders), plates, stiffened panels/grillages and box girders. During their lifetime, the structures constructed using these members are subjected to various types of loading which is for the most part operational, but may in some cases be extreme or even accidental. Ultimate Limit State Design of Steel Plated Structures reviews and describes both fundamentals and practical design procedures in this field. The derivation of the basic mathematical expressions is presented together with a thorough discussion of the assumptions and the validity of the underlying expressions and solution methods. Particularly valuable coverage in the book includes: * Serviceability and the ultimate limit state design of steel structural systems and their components * The progressive collapse and the design of damage tolerant structures in the context of marine accidents * Age related structural degradation such as corrosion and fatigue cracks Furthermore, this book is also an easily accessed design tool which facilitates learning by applying the concepts of the limit states for practice using a set of computer programs which can be downloaded. In addition, expert guidance on mechanical model test results as well as nonlinear finite element solutions, sophisticated design methodologies useful for practitioners in industries or research institutions, selected methods for accurate and efficient analyses of nonlinear behavior of steel plated structures both up to and after the ultimate strength is reached, is provided. Designed as both a textbook and a handy reference, the book is well suited to teachers and university students who are approaching the limit state design technology of steel plated structures for the first time. The book also meets the needs of structural designers or researchers who are involved in civil, marine and mechanical engineering as well as offshore engineering and naval architecture.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Static And Dynamic Analysis Of Structures

Author : J.F. Doyle
ISBN : 0792312082
Genre : Science
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This book is concerned with the static and dynamic analysis of structures. Specifi cally, it uses the stiffness formulated matrix methods for use on computers to tackle some of the fundamental problems facing engineers in structural mechanics. This is done by covering the Mechanics of Structures, its rephrasing in terms of the Matrix Methods, and then their Computational implementation, all within a cohesivesetting. Although this book is designed primarily as a text for use at the upper-undergraduate and beginning graduate level, many practicing structural engineers will find it useful as a reference and self-study guide. Several dozen books on structural mechanics and as many on matrix methods are currently available. A natural question to ask is why another text? An odd devel opment has occurred in engineering in recent years that can serve as a backdrop to why this book was written. With the widespread availability and use of comput ers, today's engineers have on their desk tops an analysis capability undreamt of by previous generations. However, the ever increasing quality and range of capabilities of commercially available software packages has divided the engineering profession into two groups: a small group of specialist program writers that know the ins and outs of the coding, algorithms, and solution strategies; and a much larger group of practicing engineers who use the programs. It is possible for this latter group to use this enormous power without really knowing anything of its source.
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The Forgotten Revolution

Author : Lucio Russo
ISBN : 3540200681
Genre : Science
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The period from the late fourth to the late second century B. C. witnessed, in Greek-speaking countries, an explosion of objective knowledge about the external world. WhileGreek culture had reached great heights in art, literature and philosophyalreadyin the earlier classical era, it is in the so-called Hellenistic period that we see for the ?rst time — anywhere in the world — the appearance of science as we understand it now: not an accumulation of facts or philosophically based speculations, but an or- nized effort to model nature and apply such models, or scienti?ctheories in a sense we will make precise, to the solution of practical problems and to a growing understanding of nature. We owe this new approach to scientists such as Archimedes, Euclid, Eratosthenes and many others less familiar todaybut no less remarkable. Yet, not long after this golden period, much of this extraordinary dev- opment had been reversed. Rome borrowed what it was capable of from the Greeks and kept it for a little while yet, but created very little science of its own. Europe was soon smothered in theobscurantism and stasis that blocked most avenues of intellectual development for a thousand years — until, as is well known, the rediscovery of ancient culture in its fullness paved the way to the modern age.
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Static And Dynamic Buckling Of Thin Walled Plate Structures

Author : Tomasz Kubiak
ISBN : 9783319006543
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This monograph deals with buckling and postbuckling behavior of thin plates and thin-walled structures with flat wall subjected to static and dynamic load. The investigations are carried out in elastic range. The basic assumption here is the thin plate theory. This method is used to determination the buckling load and postbuckling analysis of thin-walled structures subjected to static and dynamic load. The book introduces two methods for static and dynamic buckling investigation which allow for a wider understanding of the phenomenon. Two different methods also can allow uncoupling of the phenomena occurring at the same time and attempt to estimate their impact on the final result. A general mathematical model, adopted in proposed analytical-numerical method, enables the consideration of all types of stability loss i.e.local, global and interactive forms of buckling. The applied numerical-numerical method includes adjacent of walls, shear-lag phenomenon and a deplanation of cross-sections.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Metaheuristics For Maritime Operations

Author : S. Mahdi Homayouni
ISBN : 9781119522607
Genre : Computers
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Metaheuristic Algorithms in Maritime Operations Optimization focuses on the seaside and port side problems regarding the maritime transportation. The book reviews and introduces the most important problems regarding the shipping network design, long-term and short-term scheduling and planning problems in both bulk and container shipping as well as liquid maritime transportation. Application of meta heuristic algorithm is important for these problems, as most of them are hard and time-consuming to be solved optimally.
Category: Computers

Ship Construction And Welding

Author : Nisith R. Mandal
ISBN : 9789811029554
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 63.36 MB
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This book addresses various aspects of ship construction, from ship types and construction materials, to welding technologies and accuracy control. The contents of the book are logically organized and divided into twenty-one chapters. The book covers structural arrangement with longitudinal and transverse framing systems based on the service load, and explains basic structural elements like hatch side girders, hatch end beams, stringers, etc. along with structural subassemblies like floors, bulkheads, inner bottom, decks and shells. It presents in detail double bottom construction, wing tanks & duct keels, fore & aft end structures, etc., together with necessary illustrations. The midship sections of various ship types are introduced, together with structural continuity and alignment in ship structures. With regard to construction materials, the book discusses steel, aluminum alloys and fiber reinforced composites. Various methods of steel material preparation are discussed, and plate cutting and forming of plates and sections are explained. The concept of line heating for plate bending is introduced.Welding power source characteristics, metal transfer mechanisms, welding parameters and their effects on the fusion zone, weld deposit, and weld bead profile are discussed in detail. Various fusion welding methods, MMAW, GMAW, SAW, Electroslag welding and Electrogas welding and single side welding are explained in detail. Friction stir welding as one of the key methods of solid state welding as applied to aluminum alloys is also addressed. The mechanisms of residual stress formation and distortion are explained in connection with stiffened panel fabrication, with an emphasis on weld induced buckling of thin panels. Further, the basic principles of distortion prevention, in-process distortion control and mitigation techniques like heat sinking, thermo-mechanical tensioning etc. are dealt with in detail. In its final section, the book describes in detail various types of weld defects that are likely to occur, together with their causes and remedial measures. The nondestructive testing methods that are most relevant to ship construction are explained. Lastly, a chapter on accuracy control based on statistical principles is included, addressing the need for a suitable mechanism to gauge the ranges of variations so that one can quantitatively target the end product accuracy.
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Ship Stability For Masters And Mates

Author : Bryan Barrass
ISBN : 9780080460086
Genre : Transportation
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Understanding ship stability is critical for all maritime students or professionals who are studying for a deck or engineering certificate of competency, or seeking promotion to a higher rank within any branch of the merchant marine or Navy. The sixth edition of the now classic 'Ship Stability' provides a comprehensive introduction to all aspects of ship stability and ship strength, squat, interaction and trim, materials stresses and forces. * The market leading ship stability text, widely used at sea and on shore * New content inclues coverage of now-mandatory double-skin tankers and fast ferries * Meets STCW (Standards of Training, Certification & Watchkeeping) requirements and includes self-examination material: essential reading for professionals and students alike
Category: Transportation

Embedded Systems And Artificial Intelligence

Author : Vikrant Bhateja
ISBN : 9789811509476
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This book gathers selected research papers presented at the First International Conference on Embedded Systems and Artificial Intelligence (ESAI 2019), held at Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University, Fez, Morocco, on 2–3 May 2019. Highlighting the latest innovations in Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence, Information Technologies, and Embedded Systems, the respective papers will encourage and inspire researchers, industry professionals, and policymakers to put these methods into practice.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Buckling Of Ship Structures

Author : Mohamed Shama
ISBN : 9783642179617
Genre : Science
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Buckling of Ship Structures presents a comprehensive analysis of the buckling problem of ship structural members. A full analysis of the various types of loadings and stresses imposed on ship plating and primary and secondary structural members is given. The main causes and consequences of the buckling mode of failure of ship structure and the methods commonly used to control buckling failure are clarified. This book contains the main equations required to determine the critical buckling stresses for both ship plating and the primary and secondary stiffening structural members. The critical buckling stresses are given for ship plating subjected to the induced various types of loadings and having the most common boundary conditions encountered in ship structures. The text bridges the gap existing in most books covering the subject of buckling of ship structures in the classical analytical format, by putting the emphasis on the practical methods required to ensure safety against buckling of ship structural members. It is very useful to ship designers, shipyard engineers, naval architects, international classification societies and also to students studying naval architecture, marine engineering and offshore structures. It is a valuable source for practicing naval architects to quickly check the possibility of buckling of ship structure members without reverting to the complex and costly analysis using advanced FEM software.
Category: Science