31 August 2008

[4S/yim005] Ship Design and Construction Volumes I

The purpose of the book is "to assist students and others entering the field of shipbuilding towards a knowledge of how merchant ships are designed and constructed and to provide them with a good background for further study."

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter 1 : MISSION ANALYSIS AND BASIC DESIGN
[Introduction - Mission Requirements - Concept Design - Steps in the Preliminary Design Process - Summation and Adjustment - Design Philosophy]
Chapter 2 : MISSION IMPACT ON VESSEL DESIGN
[Introduction - Commercial Ships - Industrial Vessels - Service Vessels]
Chapter 3 : GENERAL ARRANGEMENT
[General - Cargo Spaces - Crew and Passenger Spaces - Machinery Spaces - Tanks - Relationship Between Spaces and Access - Miscellaneous Factors - Ship Types]
Chapter 4 : LOAD LINE ASSIGNMENT
[General - Considerations Affecting Freeboard - Load Line Calculation - Conditions of Assignment - Seasonal, Fresh-Water, and Timber - Freeboard Marks - Domestic Load Lines - Subdivision Load Lines]
Chapter 5 : TONNAGE MEASUREMENT
[Introduction - History Leading to the 1969 Convention - International Convention on Tonnage Convention Measurement of Ships, 1969 - Precautions to Minimize Adverse Economic Impact of the Tonnage
Chapter 6 : ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF PRINCIPAL HULL STRUCTURE
[ShipTypes - Framing Systems - Development of Ship Types - Design Loads - Stresses and Deflections - Application of Classification Rules - Other Design Criteria and Procedures]
Chapter 7 : STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS
[The Function of Ship Structural Components - Design Philosophy and Procedures - Relation of Structure to Molded Lines - Structural Alignment and Continuity - Sections Used for Frames, Beams and Stiffeners - Transverse Frame Spacing - Longitudinal Framing - Double-Bottom Construction - Single-Bottom Construction - Shell Plating - Deck Plating - Transverse Side Framing - Transverse Deck Beams - Bulkhead Stiffeners and Plating - Pillars, Girders, and Hatch Coamings - Machinery Casings - Superstructures and Deckhouses - Foundations - Bow and Stern Structures - Bossings and Struts - Bilge Keels and Fenders]
Chapter 8 : HULL MATERIALS AND WELDING
[Prefacing Remarks - Material Properties and Tests - Structural Steels - Special Steels - Nonferrous Alloys - Non-Metallic Materials - Joining Metallic Materials - Qualification Tests - Nondestructive Evaluation - Miscellaneous Processes]
Chapter 9 : HULL OUTFIT AND FITTINGS
[Closures for Hull Openings - Deck Fittings - Hold sparring, Ceiling, and Gratings - Deck Coverings - Joiner Bulkheads, Linings, Ceiling, and Insulation - Stewards Outfit - Lifesaving Systems - Pilot Boarding]
Chapter 10 : CARGO HANDLING-DRY CARGO
[Introduction - The General Cargo Ship - Containerships - Barge Carrying Vessels - Roll-on/Roll-off Ships - Heavy Lift Ships - Bulk Cargo Handling]
Chapter 11 : DESIGN FOR TRANSPORT OF LIQUID AND HAZARDOUS CARGOS
[Introduction - Cargo-Variety and Characteristics - Transport of Liquid Cargos - Design Requirements]
Chapter 12 : SHIP MANEUVERING, NAVIGATION AND MOTION CONTROL
[Maneuvering Systems - Navigation and Control Systems - Ship Motion Control]
Chapter 13 : CONTROL OF THE SHIP'S INTERIOR ENVIRONMENT
[Introduction - Ventilation Systems - Air Conditioning Systems - Acoustical Habitability - Vibrational Habitability]
Chapter 14 : HULL PRESERVATION
[Introduction - Objectives of a Hull Preservation and Maintenance Program - Corrosion - Fouling - Preservation Design - Selection of Preservation and Maintenance Systems - Planned Maintenance Programs]
Chapter 15 : SHIPBUILDING COSTING AND CONTRACT ARRANGEMENTS
[Introduction - Genesis and Framework of a Typical Contracts Ship Construction Program- General Aspects of Contracts - U.S. Government and Shipbuilding - Additional Elements of the Contracting Process - U.S. Regulatory Bodies and Construction - Financing]
Chapter 16 : SHIP CONSTRUCTION
[Introduction - Modern Shipyard Facilities - Planning and Scheduling - Lofting - Steel Ordering and Storage - Steel Cutting and Forming - Fabrication and Erection - Dimensional Control - Surface Preparation and Painting - Hull Steel Welding - Aluminum Hull Construction - Preoutfitting - General Outfitting - Machinery Installations]
Chapter 17 : LAUNCHING
[Launching Methods - Groundways - Ground Way and Sliding Way Interface and Launching Lubricants - End Launch Cradle - Side Launch Cradle - Platform Launch Blocking and Cradle - Releasing and Starting - Checking - End Launch Calculations - Side Launch Calculations - Platform Launch Calculations - Launching Tests - Instrumentation and Equipment - Launch Observations -
Launch Preparations, Crew and Schedule - Post Launch Calculations]
Chapter 18 : TRIALS AND PREPARATION FOR DELIVERY
[Testing - Stability Test - Drydocking - SeaTrials - Delivery - Guarantee Settlement]
GLOSSARY AND INDEX

#Ship Design and Construction Volumes I
#by Thomas Lamb (Author)
#Publisher: SNAME (1980)
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