Geometry for Naval Architects

Geometry for Naval Architects is the essential guide to the principles of naval geometry. Formerly fragmented throughout various sources, the topic is now presented in this comprehensive book that explains the history and specific applications of modern naval architecture mathematics and techniques, including numerous examples, applications and references to further enhance understanding. With a natural four-section organization (Traditional Methods, Differential Geometry, Computer Methods, and Applications in Naval Architecture), users will quickly progress from basic fundamentals to specific applications. Careful instruction and a wealth of practical applications spare readers the extensive searches once necessary to understand the mathematical background of naval architecture and help them understand the meanings and uses of discipline-specific computer programs. Explains the basics of geometry as applied to naval architecture, with specific practical applications included throughout the book for real-life insights Presents traditional methods and computational techniques (including MATLAB) Provides a wealth of examples in MATLAB and MultiSurf (a computer-aided design package for naval architects and engineers) Includes supplemental MATLAB and MultiSurf code available on a companion site

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  • Author : Adrian Biran
  • Publisher : Butterworth-Heinemann
  • Pages : 524 pages
  • ISBN : 0081003390
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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Geometry for Naval Architects

Geometry for Naval Architects
  • Author : Adrian Biran
  • Publisher : Butterworth-Heinemann
  • Release : 19 November 2018
GET THIS BOOKGeometry for Naval Architects

Geometry for Naval Architects is the essential guide to the principles of naval geometry. Formerly fragmented throughout various sources, the topic is now presented in this comprehensive book that explains the history and specific applications of modern naval architecture mathematics and techniques, including numerous examples, applications and references to further enhance understanding. With a natural four-section organization (Traditional Methods, Differential Geometry, Computer Methods, and Applications in Naval Architecture), users will quickly progress from basic fundamentals to specific applications. Careful instruction

The Geometry of Ships

The Geometry of Ships
  • Author : John Seymour Letcher,J. Randolph Paulling
  • Publisher : Society of Naval Architects
  • Release : 17 October 2021
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This volume of The principles of naval architecture series presents the principles and terminology underlying modern hull form modeling software. Next, it develops the fundamental hydrostatic properties of floating bodies starting from the integration of fluid pressure on the wetted surface. Following this, the numerical methods of performing these and related computations are presented. Such modeling software normally includes, in addition to the hull definition function, appropriate routines for the computation of hydrostatics, stability, and other properties. It may form

Ship Hydrostatics and Stability

Ship Hydrostatics and Stability
  • Author : Adrian Biran,Ruben Lopez Pulido
  • Publisher : Butterworth-Heinemann
  • Release : 17 October 2013
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Ship Hydrostatics and Stability is a complete guide to understanding ship hydrostatics in ship design and ship performance, taking you from first principles through basic and applied theory to contemporary mathematical techniques for hydrostatic modeling and analysis. Real life examples of the practical application of hydrostatics are used to explain the theory and calculations using MATLAB and Excel. The new edition of this established resource takes in recent developments in naval architecture, such as parametric roll, the effects of non-linear

Creating Shapes in Civil and Naval Architecture

Creating Shapes in Civil and Naval Architecture
  • Author : Horst Nowacki,Wolfgang Lefèvre
  • Publisher : BRILL
  • Release : 17 October 2021
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The design, construction and verification of complex two- and three-dimensional shapes in architecture and ship geometry have always been a particularly demanding part of the art of engineering. Before science-based structural design and analysis were applied in the construction industries, i.e., before 1800, the task of conceiving, documenting and fabricating such shapes constituted the most significant interface between practitioner's knowledge and learned knowledge, above all in geometry. The history of shape development in these two disciplines therefore promises especially valuable

Computational Geometry for Ships

Computational Geometry for Ships
  • Author : H Nowacki,M I G Bloor,B Oleksiewicz
  • Publisher : World Scientific
  • Release : 07 March 1995
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This book offers an advanced course on “Computational Geometry for Ships”. It takes into account the recent rapid progress in this field by adapting modern computational methodology to ship geometric applications. Preliminary curve and surface techniques are included to educate engineers in the use of mathematical methods to assist in CAD and other design areas. In addition, there is a comprehensive study of interpolation and approximation techniques, which is reinforced by direct application to ship curve design, ship curve fairing

Basic Naval Architecture

Basic Naval Architecture
  • Author : Philip A. Wilson
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 09 February 2018
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This textbook provides readers with an understanding of the basics of ship stability as it has been enacted in international law. The assessment of ship stability has evolved considerably since the first SOLAS convention after the sinking of the HMS Titanic, and this book enables readers to familiarise themselves with the most up-to-date modern day methodology, as well as looking ahead to the effects on ship design over the next fifty years. The author not only explains the methodology of

Introduction to Naval Architecture

Introduction to Naval Architecture
  • Author : E. C. Tupper
  • Publisher : Unknown Publisher
  • Release : 17 October 2021
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The fundamental characteristics of a ship's design, and how they affect its behaviour at sea are of crucial importance to many people involved in the design, construction, operation, and maintenance of all marine vessels. Naval architects and those working in ship design need to understand these principles in depth. Marine engineers must likewise recognise the degree to which their activities are influenced and bounded by these principles. Finally, senior crew - both Ship's Engineers and Commanders - need an understanding

What Every Engineer Should Know about MATLAB® and Simulink®

What Every Engineer Should Know about MATLAB® and Simulink®
  • Author : Adrian B. Biran
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 20 July 2010
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MATLAB® can be used to execute many mathematical and engineering calculations, as well as a handheld computer can—if not better. Moreover, like many other computer languages, it can perform tasks that a handheld computer cannot. Compared to other computer languages, MATLAB provides many built-in functions that make learning easier and reduce prototyping time. Simulink® is a toolbox that extends the possibilities of MATLAB by providing a graphical interface for modeling and simulating dynamical processes. Using examples from mathematics, mechanical

Basic Ship Theory

Basic Ship Theory
  • Author : K. J. Rawson,E. C. Tupper
  • Publisher : Halsted Press
  • Release : 01 May 1986
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Rawson and Tupper's Basic Ship Theory, first published in 1968, is widely known as the standard introductory text for naval architecture students, as well as being a useful reference for the more experienced designer. The fifth edition continues to provide a balance between theory and practice. Volume 1 discusses ship geometry and measurement in its more basic concepts, also covering safety issues, structural strength, flotation, trim and stability. Both volumes feature the importance of considering the environment in design.Basic Ship Theory

Reeds Vol 1: Mathematics for Marine Engineers

Reeds Vol 1: Mathematics for Marine Engineers
  • Author : Kevin Corner,Leslie Jackson,William Embleton
  • Publisher : A&C Black
  • Release : 08 July 2013
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This exciting new edition covers the core subject areas of arithmetic, algebra, mensuration in 2D and 3D, trigonometry and geometry, graphs, calculus and statistics and probability for Marine Engineering students. Initial examples have been designed purely to practise mathematical technique and, once these skills have been mastered, further examples focus on engineering situations where the appropriate skills may be utilised. The practical questions are primarily from a marine engineering background but questions from other disciplines, such as electrical engineering, will

Practical Ship Hydrodynamics

Practical Ship Hydrodynamics
  • Author : Volker Bertram
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 25 August 2011
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Practical Ship Hydrodynamics provides a comprehensive overview of hydrodynamic experimental and numerical methods for ship resistance and propulsion, maneuvering, seakeeping and vibration. Beginning with an overview of problems and approaches, including the basics of modeling and full scale testing, expert author Volker Bertram introduces the marine applications of computational fluid dynamics and boundary element methods. Expanded and updated, this new edition includes: Otherwise disparate information on the factors affecting ship hydrodynamics, combined to provide one practical, go-to resource. Full coverage