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Lectures on Ship Manoeuvrability

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Lectures on Ship Manoeuvrability
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Publisher: Bookboon
ISBN-13: 9788740305593
Number of pages: 177

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This book is written on the base of a lecture course taught by the author at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Marine Technology at the Rostock University in Germany. The course contains fourteen lectures which include main principles of ship manoeuvrability. Experimental, theoretical and numerical methods used in the ship theory are presented in a clear and simple form. Each chapter is supplied with exercises which can be solved either analytically or using software provided by the author.

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