Actual Ships Stability Problems and The Influence on Safety of Navigation
by Cristian Andrei
Number of pages: 143
The book is approaching the problems of ships stability loss through the study of operational aspects as well as dynamic ship behaviour in severe sea conditions offering a picture of some stability failure modes that presently are not covered by any regulations or criteria.
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