25 July 2008

[RS/yim007] Ship Design for Efficiency and Economy, 2 Edition

This book, is based on Schneekluth’s lectures at the Aachen University of Technology. The book is intended to support lectures on ship design, but also to serve as a reference book for ship designers. The book assumes basic knowledge of line drawing and conventional design, hydrostatics and hydrodynamics. The previous edition has been modernized, reorganizing the material on weight estimation and adding a chapter on power prognosis. Some outdated material or material of secondary relevance to ship design has been omitted.
The bibliography is still predominantly German for two reasons:
- German literature is not well-known internationally and we would like to introduce some of the good work of our compatriots.
- Due to their limited availability, many German works may provide information which is new to the international community.

Chapter 1 MAIN DIMENSIONS AND MAIN RATIOS
1.1 The ship’s length
1.2 Ship’s width and stability
1.3 Depth, draught and freeboard
1.4 Block coefficient and prismatic coefficient
1.5 Midship section area coefficient and midship section design
1.6 Waterplane area coefficient
1.7 The design equation
1.8 References

Chapter 2 LINES DESIGN
2.1 Statement of the problem
2.2 Shape of sectional area curve
2.3 Bow and forward section forms
2.4 Bulbous bow
2.5 Stern forms
2.6 Conventional propeller arrangement
2.7 Problems of design in broad, shallow-draught ships
2.8 Propeller clearances
2.9 The conventional method of lines design
2.10 Lines design using distortion of existing forms
2.11 Computational fluid dynamics for hull design
2.12 References
Chapter 3 OPTIMIZATION IN DESIGN
3.1 Introduction to methodology of optimization
3.2 Scope of application in ship design
3.3 Economic basics for optimization
3.4 Discussion of some important parameters
3.5 Special cases of optimization
3.6 Developments of the 1980's and 1990's
3.7 References
Chapter 4 SOME UNCONVENTIONAL PROPULSION ARRANGEMENTS
4.1 Rudder propeller
4.2 Overlapping propellers
4.3 Contra-rotating propellers
4.4 Controllable-pitch propellers
4.5 Kort nozzles
4.6 Further devices to improve propulsion
4.7 References
Chapter 5 COMPUTATION OF WEIGHTS AND CENTRES OF MASS
5.1 Steel weight
5.2 Weight of ‘equipment and outfit’ (E&O)
5.3 Weight of engine plant
5.4 Weight margin
5.5 References
Chapter 6 SHIP PROPULSION
6.1 Interaction between ship and propeller
6.2 Power prognosis using the admiralty formula
6.3 Ship resistance under trial conditions
6.4 Additional resistance under service conditions
6.5 References
APPENDIX
A.1 Stability regulations
References 213

  • Hardcover: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann; 2 edition (November 24, 1998)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0750641339
  • ISBN-13: 978-0750641333


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