Text-Book of Theorectical Naval Architecture
by Edward Lewis Attwood
Publisher: Longmans, Green, and co. 1917
Number of pages: 520
This book has been prepared in order to provide students and draughtsmen engaged in Shipbuilders' and Naval Architects drawing offices with a text-book which should explain the calculations which continually have to be performed.
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