30 November 2008

[yim036] DMV_Index

This is the index part of the book.

Dynamics of Marine Vehicles
By Rameswar Bhattacharyya
Published by Wiley, 1978
ISBN 0471072060, 9780471072060

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[yim036] DMV_App.B2_References

This is the Appendix B part of the book.
Consist of more than 258 references that been exerted for this book

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[yim036] DMV_App.B1_Symbol-Glossary-Conv.Table-Abbr

This is the Appendix B part of the book.
Consist of :

  • Symbols
  • Glossary of Seakeeping Terms
  • Conversion Table
  • Abbrevation for References

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[yim036] DMV_App.A_Seakeeping Table Series 60 Ship

Seakeeping Tables for Extended Series 60 Ships in Head Seas
24 tables available, using nondimesional relationship.
Vary from Cb = 0.55 L/B = 5.5 and LCB=-1.5% to Cb = 0.90 L/B = 8.5 and LCB -2.5%
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[yim036] DMV_Ch.11_Powering in a Seaway

This is the Chapter 11 - Powering in a Seaway

The main objective in the design of marine vehicle is the capability to sustain speed in a seaway. Traditionally, designer shall determined allowance 15-30% from still water performance, for wind and waves. Loss of speed of vessel in a seaway is not always due to the added resistance, the speed is often voluntary reduced in order to decrease the violent heaving and pitching motion of the vessel which caused slamming, excessive shipping of green water, high accelaration and propeller racing.

Content

11.1 General
11.2 Added Resistance in Regular Waves
11.3 Experiment in Reqular Waves
11.4 Added Resistance in Irregular Waves
11.5 Propeller Open Water Tests in Waves
11.6 Self Propulsion Factors
11.7 Thrust and Torque Irregular Waves
11.8 Prediction of Added Power
1. Direct Power Method
2. Torque - Revolution per Minute Method
3. Thrust Method
11.9 Effect of Rolling
11.10 Power Increase due to Wind and Waves
11.11 General Conclusion about Speed Reduction

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ISBN 0471072060, 9780471072060

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[yim036] DMV_Ch.12_Loads Due to Motion

The inertial forces due to acceleration can be determined with sufficient accuracy by considering each motion separately. Thus we can calssify inertial forces due to heaving, rolling and pitching

Contents

12.1 Forces of COmponent Weights
12.2 Forces due to Heaving
12.3 Forces due to Rolling
12.4 Forces due to Pitching


Dynamics of Marine Vehicles

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[yim036] DMV_Ch.13_Wave Loads

By determining loads that correspond to the largest actual load the vessel, ship designer could expected to produced a succesfull design of a ship structure for seaway operation. Empirical methods based on past experienced are used to predict the actual service loads the vessel will subject to during its operation. at present, an efficient design must be based on proper determination f loads, including those in the athwartship plane and dynamic loads (slamming and whipping) as well as the effect of vessel speed and the other relevant factors.

Content

13.1 General
13.2 Still Water Loads
Ship in Still water at Rest
Ship in Calm Water at Ships
Bending Moment during Heaving Motion in Calm Water
Bending Moment during Pitching Motion in Calm Water
13.3 Wave Loads in a Regular Seaway
Bending Moment in Regular Waves (Strip Theory)
Inertial Bending Moment
13.4 Loads in Irregular Waves
13.5 Dynamics Loads

Dynamics of Marine Vehicles

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Published by Wiley, 1978
ISBN 0471072060, 9780471072060

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[yim036] DMV_Ch.16_Seakeeping Consideration in Design

The Success of ship design depends ultimately on its performance in a seaway. The prediction of ship motions, resistance and propulsion characteristic, structural loas and dynamic effects in a realistic seaway is such a complex problem that ship designers are generally forced to select their hull forms and ship dimensions on the basis of calm water performance without much consideration of the sea and the weather condition. Recent Sophicasted experimental techniques and computer applications in ship motion theories have made it possible for ship designer to consider the seakeeping qualities of his ship at an early stage. It shall be noted that any analysis of the seakeeping design is essentially of probabilistic nature, since the environment it self in which the ship operates can be analyzed only in a probabilistic manner by statistical methods

Content
16.1 General
16.2 Design Parameters
Length
Beam
Draft
Block Coefficient
Prismatic Coefficient
Waterplane Area Coefficient
Freeboard and Flare
Shape of Forebody Sections
LCG Position
Speed
Longitudinal Radius of Gyration
Bulbous Bow
Wave Characteristic
Wave Length
Wave Direction
Wave Height
16.3 Prediction by Regression Analysis
Equation of Motion
Longitudinal Bending Moments in HEad Seas
16.4 Design Criteria
16.5 Data for Seakeeping Design
16.6 Extreme Values as Design Considerations
16.7 Spesific Design Requirements
Ship Speed in Seaway
Deck Wetness and Slamming
Design Consideration for Slamming
Stil Water Loads
Stabilizer
Free Surface Tank
U-Tube Tank
Active Antiroll Tanks
Antiroll Fins
Antipitching Fins
16.8 Design Plot

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By Rameswar Bhattacharyya
Published by Wiley, 1978
ISBN 0471072060, 9780471072060

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[yim036] DMV_Ch.17_Seakeeping of Adv Marine Vehicles

A brief description regarding the problems related to the seakeeping investigation of advanced marine vehicles has been examine. In which case the problems are considerably different from those for conventional surface vessels. Some of advantages and disadvatages between those tipe of advanced marine vehicle related to seakeeping performance has described also.

Content

17.1 General
17.2 Catamaran
17.3 Ocean Engineering Vehicles (Floating Vehicles, Semisubmersible, and the submersibles)
17.4 Planning Craft
17.5 Hydrofoil Boats
17.6 Air Cushion Vehicles (Hovercraft, Surface Effect Ships)
17.7 Submarines

Dynamics of Marine Vehicles
By Rameswar Bhattacharyya
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[yim036] DMV_Ch.10_Nonlinear Rolling Motion-unCoupled-

The study of rolling motion in small angle has been approximatelly correct using linear equation of motion. For Larger angle, more linearities become more significant, and the result of the linear approximation is doubtful.
The aim of this subject is to predict a vessel maximum rolling amplitude due to wave resonance or other non linear phenomena.
By using several numerical solution for rolling motion, the difficulties of equation could solve by computer calculation. In fact, there are the fourth order Runge-Kutta method.

Content

10.1 General
10.2 Linear Damping : Nonlinear Restoring Moment with Constant Coefficients
10.3 NonLinear Damping : Linear Restoring Moment
10.4 Linear Damping : Linear Restoring Moment with Time-Dependent Coefficients
10.5 Sudden Inclining Moment and Capsizing of a Vessel

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By Rameswar Bhattacharyya
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[yim036] DMV_Ch.9_Coupled Motion

This part is Ch. 9 which is focused on study of sixth degrees of freedom of motion, in order to compromise an actual seaway condition. The difficulties of may arise on such of these coupled ship motion, and investigation are often restricted to following coupled motion :
heave and pitch, yaw and sway, yaw-sway and roll, roll-yaw and pitch.
Another combination shall need deep investigation.

Content
9.1 General
9.2 Basic Approach
Basic Force Equation
Applied Force Equation
9.3 Motion Equation
Solutions of the Equation of Motion
9.4 Example on Coupled Heaving and Pitch Motion in Regular wave using Strip Theory
9.5 Experimental Determination of the Coefficients

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By Rameswar Bhattacharyya
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[yim036] DMV_Ch.8_Motion in 3-D Irregular Seaways

Basic approach for a ship or a model was studied in 3-D irregularity seaway is the waves not only are of different height and frequency but also may approach any point from various direction. this is also sometimes referred to as the short-crested seaway. This chapter dealt with this approach and utilized several numerical equation to solve the problem based on 2-D irregularity seaway (long-crested seaway)

Content
8.1 Three-Dimensional Irregular Seaway
8.2 Motion in A Short-crested Seaway

Dynamics of Marine Vehicles
By Rameswar Bhattacharyya
Published by Wiley, 1978
ISBN 0471072060, 9780471072060

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[yim036] DMV_Ch.7_Dynamic Effects

Dynamics Effects are known as vertical and rolling effect associated with motion of heave, pitch and roll.
The study of dynamic effects involved mainly the following investigations:
1. Frequency of occurrence of deck wetness and slamming
2. Magnitude of impact pressure caused by slamming
3. Response of ship bottom plating to slam impact
4. Hull response (stress and acceleration) due to slamming
5. freeboard and deck wetness
6. severity of green water on the deck
7. Determination of added resistance in a seaway operation

Content
7.1 General
7.2 Vertical Motion
Vertical Velocity
Vertical Acceleration
7.3 Relative Bow Motion
Phase Difference between Wave Motion and Bow Motion
Relative Bow Velocity (in Head Seas)
Relative Bow Motion in an irregular seaway
7.4 Deck Wetness and Slamming
Deck Wetness
Effect of Statistical Swell-up of Water at the bow
Effect of Dynamic Swell-up at the bow
Probability of Deck Wetness
Slamming
Basic Theory
Probability of Slamming
Interval between slam impacts
7.5 Vertical and Rolling Effect
Vertical Effects
Rolling Effect
7.6 Seasickness
7.7 Stability in Waves

Dynamics of Marine Vehicles
By Rameswar Bhattacharyya
Published by Wiley, 1978
ISBN 0471072060, 9780471072060

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[yim036] DMV_Ch.6_Motion in an Irregular Seaways

The Response of ship in an irregular seaway follows the same statistical laws as do the waves. Records of ship responses show patterns similar to those of wave records. Therefore, instead of having a graph for the square of each component wave component wave amplitude as a function of frequency, one can have a graph of the square of the rolling (or any other motion) amplitude that the particular wave component of that amplitude and frequency would produce. The resulting spectrum known as the response spectrum will give similar statistical properties to those obtained in the case of sea waves. Energy Spectrum method is utilized.

Content

6.1 Response in an Irregular Seaway
6.2 Prediction an Irregular Seaway
Step 1. Selecting A Standard wave Spectrum
Step 2. Transforming wave spectrum into, called it, encountered wave spectrum
Step 3. Calculating ratio of rolling amplitude and wave amplitude
Step 4. Determining Response Amplitude Operators (RAO)
Step 5. Calculating ship response using linear superposition technique
Step 6. Ploting significant of the motion spectrum,
6.3 Extreme Value of Motion Amplitude
Extreme Value as a Function of Time


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[yim036] DMV_Ch.5_Irreegular Seaway

Irregular Seaway

An actual sea does not have a regularly corrugated surface, and the wave pattern is rather complex and extremely irregular. Somehow, the statistical method could predict these irregularities depending on the wind speed.Some new term of ship motion should be comprimise because of the using of statistical method.

Content

5.1 Classsification of Seas
5.2 Irregularity of the Seaway and the Histogram
5.3 Wave SPectrum
5.4 Prediction of an Irregular Seaway
Standard Wave Spectrum (Recommended by the ITTC)
5.5 Most Probable Largest Wave Amplitude

Dynamics of Marine Vehicles
By Rameswar Bhattacharyya
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[yim036] DMV_Ch.4_UnCoupled Motion

Uncoupled Heaving, Pitching, and Rolling Motions

This part is only discussed one degree of ship oscillatory motions . Three kind of motion namely, heaving, rolling and pitching are purely oscillatory motion, since these motions act under a restoring force or moment when the ship is disturbed from its equilibrium position.
Other kind of motion, ie surging, swaying or yawing, the ship does not return to
its original equilibrium if disturbed from it unless the exciting forces or moments that cause such a disturbance act alternately from opposite direction.
Equation of motion for each oscillatory motion as single term were described.

Content

4.1 General

4.2 Heaving
Free, Undamped Heaving Motion
Free, Damped Heaving Motion
Force Heaving Motion
Inertial Force (added mass)
Damping Force (Damping Coefficient)
Experimental Determination of Damping
Restoring Force
Ship Model Correlation

4.3 Accelerated Rotational Motion
Radius of Gyration for Different Angular Motions
Radius of Gyration for Rolling
Radius of Gyration for Pitching
Radius of Gyration for Yawing

4.4 Pitching
Determination of Coefficients for Pitching Motion
Damping Coefficient for Pitching
Pitching Motion in Calm Water
Pitching Period
Exciting Moment for Pitching Motion
Pitching in Waves

4.5 Rolling
Determination of Coefficients for Rolling Motion
Damping Moment Coefficient
Damping Coefficient from Experiment in Calm Water
Restoring Moment Coefficient
Rolling in Calm Water
Exciting Moment for Rolling
Rolling in Regular Seaway
Ratio of Response Amplitude to Wave Amplitude

4.6 Ship Speed Zones
4.7 Motion in Shallow Water

Dynamics of Marine Vehicles
By Rameswar Bhattacharyya
Published by Wiley, 1978
ISBN 0471072060, 9780471072060

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[yim036] DMV_Ch.3_Sinusoidal Water Waves

The simplified wave profile is sinusoidal. Although a sinusoidal wave is not to be expected in a sea, an irregular sea way can be thought of as being formed by the superposition of a great number of sinusoidal waves. The properties of simple sinusoidal waves (in deep water and any depth) are discussed in this part.

Content
3.1 Description
3.2 Velocity, LEngth and Period of Waves
3.3 Addition of Wave Trains
3.4 Standing Wave
3.5 Depth Effect
3.6 Pressure in a Wave
3.7 Energy in a Wave
3.8 Group Velocity
3.9 A ship in Waves
3.10 Wave Slope

Dynamics of Marine Vehicles
By Rameswar Bhattacharyya
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ISBN 0471072060, 9780471072060

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[yim036] DMV_Ch.2_Simple Harmonic Motion

This topic is discussed a simple harmonic motion as there is constanly change in displacement, velocity and acceleration at every instant. It can be represented by another kind of motion with a constant speed: motion around a circle.
Basic knowledge and terminology that used further in ship motion equation, described well in here.

Content

2.1 Introduction
2.2 Equation of Simple Harmonic Motion
2.3 Vector Representation
2.4 Addition of Simple Harmonic Motion

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By Rameswar Bhattacharyya
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[yim036] DMV_Ch.1_introduction

This is chapter 1-Introduction part of the book.

Dynamics of Marine Vehicles
By Rameswar Bhattacharyya
Published by Wiley, 1978
ISBN 0471072060, 9780471072060

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[hpmv05]Investigation of Sway, Roll and Yaw Motions of a Ship

Investigation of Sway, Roll and Yaw Motions of a Ship with Forward Speed: Numerical modeling for flared up conditions

Das, SK and Das, SN and Sahoo, PK Investigation of Sway, Roll and Yaw Motions of a Ship with Forward Speed: Numerical modeling for flared up conditions. In: Fifth International Conference on High Performance Marine Vehicles, 8-10 November 2006, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia.

Abstract

The paper deals with the numerical modeling of sway, roll and yaw motions of a ship for flared-up conditions with zero or nonzero forward speeds in sinusoidal waterway. Nonlinear roll restoring characteristics and speed dependent strip theory that are obtained from the Frank's close-fit method used to compute hydrodynamic forces. The governing equations are solved numerically by using Runge-Kutta-Gill method with adaptive step size adjustment algorithm. In order to investigate the effect of nonlinear restoring in roll, numerical experiments have been carried out for a Panamax Container ship under the action of sinusoidal wave of periodicity 11.2 sec with varying wave height and speed. To emulate the soft spring behaviour, nonlinear restoring moment is represented by an odd order polynomial of roll angle where the corresponding coefficients are obtained by analyzing the results of numerical experiments. This modeling approach provides an important guideline to understand the role of various parameters while flared up conditions occurs, emphasizing the need for its controlling mechanisms.

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29 November 2008

[yim127] Corrosion Science and Technology-Talbot (1997)

Corrosion Science and Technology menerangkan semua aspek-aspek penting dari material yang sering digunakan dalam industri dan memandu pembaca untuk menentukan penggunakaannya secara praktis dilapangan. Pembahasan sifat material yang berhubungan dengan aspek pengendalian korosi meliputi aspek kimia, elektrokimia, dan metalurgi. Ketiga aspek ini akan dicarikan benang merah sehingga dapat ditentukan keuntungan ekonomis yang maksimal dari penggunaan material tersebut dalam lingkungan tertentu. Struktur dari reaksi kimia yang mungkin terjadi dari setiap material meliputi air, oksida dan logam itu sendiri akan dibahas, selain itu diterangkan juga mengenai karakteristik masing-masing logam dan paduannya serta hubungannya dengan kegunaan khusus dalam ketahanan terhadap korosi. Buku ini juga menerangkan tentang prinsip dasar sains dan kondisi real penggunaan di lapangan serta beberapa studi kasus pengendalian korosi. Informasi singkat mengenai literatur yang berhubungan dengan korosi, dicantumkan juga dalam buku ini, untuk membantu pembaca menemukan bahan bacaan yang relevan untuk topik-topik khusus.

Corrosion is the transformation of metallic structures into other chemical structures, most often through the intermediary of a third structure, i.e., water and a first task is to characterize these structures and examine how they determine the sequences of events that result in metal wastage.
These matters are the subjects of Chapters 2, 3, 4, and 5. The information is applied in Chapter 6 to examine the options available for the most usual strategy to control corrosion, the application of protective coatings. Chapters 7 through 9 examine the attributes and corrosion behavior of three groups of metallic materials, plain carbon steels and irons, stainless steels,and aluminum alloys.
The final chapters deal with some practical implications. Corrosion control is only one aspect of the technologies within which it is exercised and the approaches adopted must accommodate other requirements in the most economic way. For this reason, some total technologies are selected to illustrate how the approach to corrosion control is conditioned by their particular circumstances.

Content
1 Overview of Corrosion and Protection Strategies
1.1 Corrosion in Aqueous Media
1.2 Thermal Oxidation
1.3 Environmentally Sensitive Cracking
1.4 Strategies for Corrosion Control
1.5 Some Symbols, Conventions, and Equations

2 Structures Concerned in Corrosion Processes
2.1 Origins and Characteristics of Structure
2.2 The Structure of Water and Aqueous Solutions
2.3 The Structures of Metal Oxides
2.4 The Structures of Metals
3 Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Corrosion Processes
3.1 Thermodynamics of Aqueous Corrosion
3.2 Kinetics of Aqueous Corrosion
3.3 Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Dry Oxidation
Sample Problems and Solutions
Appendix: Construction of Some Pourbaix Diagrams

4 Mixed Metal Systems and Cathodic Protection
4.1 Galvanic Stimulation
4.2 Protection by Sacrificial Anodes
4.3 Cathodic Protection by Impressed Current

5 The Intervention of Stress
5.1 Stress-Corrosion Cracking (SCC)
5.2 Corrosion Fatigue
5.3 Erosion-Corrosion and Cavitation
5.4 Precautions Against Stress-Induced Failures

6 Protective Coatings
6.1 Surface Preparation
6.2 Electrodeposition
6.3 Hot-Dip Coatings
6.4 Conversion Coatings
6.5 Paint Coatings for Metals
6.5.1 Paint Components
6.5.2 Application
6.5.3 Paint Formulation
6.5.4 Protection of Metals by Paint Systems

7 Corrosion of Iron and Steels
7.1 Microstructures of Irons and Steels
7.2 Rusting
7.3 The Oxidation of Iron and Steels

8 Stainless Steels
8.1 Phase Equilibria
8.2 Commercial Stainless Steels
8.3 Resistance to Aqueous Corrosion
8.4 Resistance to Dry Oxidation
8.5 Applications
Problems and Solutions

9 Corrosion Resistance of Aluminum and Its Alloys
9.1 Summary of Physical Metallurgy of Some Standard Alloys
9.2 Corrosion Resistance

10 Corrosion and Corrosion Control in Aviation
10.1 Airframes
10.2 Gas Turbine Engines

11 Corrosion Control in Automobile Manufacture
11.1 Overview
11.2 Corrosion Protection for Automobile Bodies
11.3 Corrosion Protection for Engines
11.4 Bright Trim

12 Control of Corrosion in Food Processing and Distribution
12.1 General Considerations
12.2 The Application of Tinplate for Food and Beverage Cans
12.3 Dairy Industries
12.4 Brewing
13 Control of Corrosion in Building Construction
13.1 Introduction
13.2 Structures
13.3 Cladding
13.4 Metal Roofs, Siding, and Flashing
13.5 Plumbing and Central Heating Installations
13.6 Corrosion of Metals in Timber
13.7 Application of Stainless Steels in Leisure Pool Buildings


Title: Corrosion Science and Technology
Author: David Talbot
ISBN: 0849382246
Publisher: CRC-Press
Publication Date: 1997-12-28
Edition:1 edition (November 20, 1997)
Number Of Pages: 432

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28 November 2008

[4F/CF02] ANSI/AISC 341-05 : Seismic Provisions for Structural Steel Buildings

ANSI/AISC 341-05 : Seismic Provisions for Structural Steel Buildings

This specification is a companion to
ANSI/AISC 360-05 : the Specification for Structural Steel Buildings that extends coverage to the connection detailing and member design requirements for structural steel and composite structural steel and reinforced concrete systems in high-seismic applications. This new standard, dated March 9, 2005, replaces and updates the 2002 Seismic Provisions for Structural Steel Buildings as well as incorporating provisions for two new systems: buckling-restrained braced frames and special plate shear walls. Supplement No. 1 , dated November 16, 2005, is incorporated into the new seismic provisions which affects only the section on ordinary concentrically braced frames (OCBF).

TABLE OF CONTENTS
SYMBOLS

PART I STRUCTURAL STEEL BUILDINGS — PROVISIONS
GLOSSARY .
1. SCOPE
2. REFERENCED SPECIFICATIONS, CODES, AND STANDARDS
3. GENERAL SEISMIC DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
4. LOADS, LOAD COMBINATIONS, AND NOMINAL STRENGTHS
5. STRUCTURAL DESIGN DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS, SHOP DRAWINGS, AND ERECTION DRAWINGS
6. MATERIALS
7. CONNECTIONS, JOINTS, AND FASTENERS
8. MEMBERS
9. SPECIAL MOMENT FRAMES (SMF)
10. INTERMEDIATE MOMENT FRAMES (IMF)
11. ORDINARY MOMENT FRAMES (OMF)
12. SPECIAL TRUSS MOMENT FRAMES (STMF)
13. SPECIAL CONCENTRICALLY BRACED FRAMES (SCBF)
14. ORDINARY CONCENTRICALLY BRACED FRAMES (OCBF)
15. ECCENTRICALLY BRACED FRAMES (EBF)
16. BUCKLING-RESTRAINED BRACED FRAMES (BRBF)
17. SPECIAL PLATE SHEAR WALLS (SPSW)
18. QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN


APPENDIX P. PREQUALIFICATION OF BEAM-COLUMN AND LINK-TO-COLUMN CONNECTIONS
P1. SCOPE .
P2. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
P3. TESTING REQUIREMENTS
P4. PREQUALIFICATION VARIABLES
P5. DESIGN PROCEDURE
P6. PREQUALIFICATION RECORD


APPENDIX Q. QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN
Q1. SCOPE .
Q2. INSPECTION AND NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING PERSONNEL
Q3. CONTRACTOR DOCUMENTS
Q4. QUALITY ASSURANCE AGENCY DOCUMENTS
Q5. INSPECTION POINTS AND FREQUENCIES


APPENDIX R. SEISMIC DESIGN COEFFICIENTS AND APPROXIMATE PERIOD PARAMETERS
R1. SCOPE
R2. SYMBOLS
R3. DESIGN COEFFICIENTS AND FACTORS FOR BASIC SEISMIC LOAD RESISTING SYSTEMS
R4. VALUES OF APPROXIMATE PERIOD PARAMETERS


APPENDIX S. QUALIFYING CYCLIC TESTS OF BEAM-TO-COLUMN AND LINK-TO-COLUMN CONNECTIONS
S1. SCOPE
S2. SYMBOLS
S3. DEFINITIONS
S4. TEST SUBASSEMBLAGE REQUIREMENTS
S5. ESSENTIAL TEST VARIABLES
S6. LOADING HISTORY
S7. INSTRUMENTATION
S8. MATERIALS TESTING REQUIREMENTS
S9. TEST REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
S10. ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA


APPENDIX T. QUALIFYING CYCLIC TESTS OF BUCKLING-RESTRAINED BRACES
T1. SCOPE
T2. SYMBOLS
T3. DEFINITIONS
T4. SUBASSEMBLAGE TEST SPECIMEN
T5. BRACE TEST SPECIMEN
T6. LOADING HISTORY
T7. INSTRUMENTATION
T8. MATERIALS TESTING REQUIREMENTS
T9. TEST REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
T10. ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA


APPENDIX W. WELDING PROVISIONS
W1. SCOPE
W2. STRUCTURAL DESIGN DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS, SHOP DRAWINGS, AND ERECTION DRAWINGS

W3. PERSONNEL
W4. NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING PROCEDURES
W5. ADDITIONAL WELDING PROVISIONS
W6. ADDITIONAL WELDING PROVISIONS FOR DEMAND CRITICAL WELDS ONLY

APPENDIX X. WELD METAL/WELDING PROCEDURE SPECIFICATION NOTCH TOUGHNESS VERIFICATION TEST
X1. SCOPE
X2. TEST CONDITIONS
X3. TEST SPECIMENS
X4. ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA


PART II COMPOSITE STRUCTURAL STEEL AND REINFORCED CONCRETE BUILDINGS
GLOSSARY
1. SCOPE
2. REFERENCED SPECIFICATIONS, CODES, AND STANDARDS
3. GENERAL SEISMIC DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
4. LOADS, LOAD COMBINATIONS, AND NOMINAL STRENGTHS
5. MATERIALS
6. COMPOSITE MEMBERS
7. COMPOSITE CONNECTIONS
8. COMPOSITE PARTIALLY RESTRAINED (PR) MOMENT FRAMES (C-PRMF)
9. COMPOSITE SPECIAL MOMENT FRAMES (C-SMF)
10. COMPOSITE INTERMEDIATE MOMENT FRAMES (C- IMF)
11. COMPOSITE ORDINARY MOMENT FRAMES (C-OMF)
12. COMPOSITE SPECIAL CONCENTRICALLY BRACED FRAMES (C-CBF)
13. COMPOSITE ORDINARY BRACED FRAMES (C-OBF)
14. COMPOSITE ECCENTRICALLY BRACED FRAMES (C-EBF)
15. ORDINARY REINFORCED CONCRETE SHEAR WALLS COMPOSITE WITH STRUCTURAL STEEL ELEMENTS (C-ORCW)
16. SPECIAL REINFORCED CONCRETE SHEAR WALLS COMPOSITE WITH STRUCTURAL STEEL ELEMENTS (C-SRCW)
17. COMPOSITE STEEL PLATE SHEAR WALLS (C-SPW)
18. STRUCTURAL DESIGN DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS, SHOP DRAWINGS, AND ERECTION DRAWINGS
19. QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN


COMMENTARY
PART I STRUCTURAL STEEL BUILDINGS
C1. SCOPE
C2. REFERENCED SPECIFICATIONS, CODES, AND STANDARDS
C3. GENERAL SEISMIC DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
C4. LOADS, LOAD COMBINATIONS, AND NOMINAL STRENGTHS
C5. STRUCTURAL DESIGN DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS, SHOP DRAWINGS, AND ERECTION DRAWINGS
C6. MATERIALS

C7. CONNECTIONS, JOINTS, AND FASTENERS
C8. MEMBERS
C9. SPECIAL MOMENT FRAMES (SMF)

C10. INTERMEDIATE MOMENT FRAMES (

C11. ORDINARY MOMENT FRAMES (OMF)
C12. SPECIAL TRUSS MOMENT FRAMES (STMF)
C13. SPECIAL CONCENTRICALLY BRACED FRAMES (SCBF)
C14. ORDINARY CONCENTRICALLY BRACED FRAMES (OCBF)

Seismic Provisions for Structural Steel Buildings, March 9, 2005, incl. Supplement No. 1
C15. ECCENTRICALLY BRACED FRAMES (EBF)
C16. BUCKLING-RESTRAINED BRACED FRAMES (BRBF)
C17. SPECIAL PLATE SHEAR WALLS (SPSW)
C18. QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN

APPENDIX P. PREQUALIFICATION OF BEAM-TO-COLUMN AND LINK-TO-COLUMN CONNECTIONS
CP1. SCOPE
CP2. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
CP3. TESTING REQUIREMENTS
CP4. PREQUALIFICATION VARIABLES
CP5. DESIGN PROCEDURE
CP6. PREQUALIFICATION RECORD


APPENDIX Q. QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN
CQ1. SCOPE
CQ2. INSPECTION AND NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING PERSONNEL
CQ3. CONTRACTOR DOCUMENTS
CQ4. QUALITY ASSURANCE AGENCY DOCUMENTS


APPENDIX R. SEISMIC DESIGN COEFFICIENTS AND APPROXIMATE PERIOD PARAMETERS
CR1. SCOPE


APPENDIX S. QUALIFYING CYCLIC TESTS OF BEAM-TO-COLUMN AND LINK-TO-COLUMN CONNECTIONS
CS1. SCOPE
CS3. DEFINITIONS
CS4. TEST SUBASSEMBLAGE REQUIREMENTS
CS5. ESSENTIAL TEST VARIABLE
CS6. LOADING HISTORY
CS8. MATERIALS TESTING REQUIREMENTS
CS10. ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA


APPENDIX T. QUALIFYING CYCLIC TESTS OF BUCKLING-RESTRAINED BRACES
CT1. SCOPE
CT2. SYMBOLS
CT3. DEFINITIONS
CT4. SUBASSEMBLAGE TEST SPECIMEN
CT5. BRACE TEST SPECIMEN

CT6. LOADING HISTORY
CT8. MATERIALS TESTING REQUIREMENTS
CT10. ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA


APPENDIX W. WELDING PROVISIONS
CW1. SCOPE
CW2. STRUCTURAL DESIGN DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS, SHOP DRAWINGS, AND ERECTION DRAWINGS
CW3. PERSONNEL
CW4. NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING PROCEDURES
CW5. ADDITIONAL WELDING PROVISIONS
CW6. ADDITIONAL WELDING PROVISIONS FOR DEMAND CRITICAL WELDS ONLY


APPENDIX X. WELD METAL/WELDING PROCEDURE SPECIFICATION NOTCH TOUGHNESS VERIFICATION TEST
CX1. SCOPE
CX2. TEST CONDITIONS
CX3. TEST SPECIMENS
CX4. ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA


PART II COMPOSITE STRUCTURAL STEEL AND REINFORCED CONCRETE BUILDINGS
C1. SCOPE
C2. REFERENCED SPECIFICATIONS, CODES, AND STANDARDS
C3. GENERAL SEISMIC DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
C4. LOADS, LOAD COMBINATIONS, AND NOMINAL STRENGTHS
C5. MATERIALS
C6. COMPOSITE MEMBERS
C7. COMPOSITE CONNECTIONS
C8. COMPOSITE PARTIALLY RESTRAINED (PR) MOMENT FRAMES (C-PRMF)
C9. COMPOSITE SPECIAL MOMENT FRAMES (C-SMF)
C10. COMPOSITE INTERMEDIATE MOMENT FRAMES (C-IMF)
C11. COMPOSITE ORDINARY MOMENT FRAMES (C-OMF)
C12. COMPOSITE SPECIAL CONCENTRICALLY BRACED FRAMES (C-CBF)
C13. COMPOSITE ORDINARY BRACED FRAMES (C-OBF)
C14. COMPOSITE ECCENTRICALLY BRACED FRAMES (C-EBF)
C15. ORDINARY REINFORCED CONCRETE SHEAR WALLS COMPOSITE WITH STRUCTURAL STEEL ELEMENTS (C-ORCW)
C16. SPECIAL REINFORCED CONCRETE SHEAR WALLS COMPOSITE WITH STRUCTURAL STEEL ELEMENTS (C-SRCW)
C17. COMPOSITE STEEL PLATE SHEAR WALLS (C-SPW)
C18. STRUCTURAL DESIGN DRAWINGS AND SPECIFICATIONS, SHOP DRAWINGS AND ERECTION DRAWINGS
C19. QUALITY ASSURANCE PLAN

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27 November 2008

[4S/yim160] AWS : Welding Handbook Vol.3 Part 1

Ini adalah Volume 3 dari Buku WElding Handbook ed. 8. Judul dari volume ini adalah Material and Application - Part 1.
Ruang lingkup pembahasan Vol. ini mencakup Beberapa Logam Non-ferro, plastik, komposit, keramik, dan topik khusus baru, perawatan dan perbaikan pengelasan, serta pengelasan dan pemotongan bawah laut.
Vol. ini lebih diperkaya dengan data-data aplikasi praktis dan ilustrasi, untuk menambah pemahaman topik yang dibahas.

Content

Chapter 1. Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys
Chapter 2. Magnesium and Magnesium Alloys
Chapter 3. Copper and Copper Alloys
Chapter 4. Nickel and Cobalt Alloys
Chapter 5. Lead and Zinc
Chapter 6. Plastics
Chapter 7. Composites
Chapter 8. Ceramics
Chapter 9. Maintenance and Repair Welding
Chapter10. Underwater Welding and Cutting
Welding Handook Index of Major Subjects
Index

* Title :Welding Handbook, Volume 3: Materials and Applications, Part 1. Eighth Edition
* Author : William R. Oates
* Publisher: American Welding Society
* Number Of Pages: 526
* Publication Date: 1996-01-25
* ISBN-10 / ASIN: 0871714701
* ISBN-13 / EAN: 9780871714701
* Binding: Hardcover

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25 November 2008

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20 November 2008

Istilah Utama Kapal



Panjang Kapal.
LOA : Length over all
Adalah panjang kapal keseluruhan yang diukur dari ujung buritan sampai ujung haluan.Ukuran ini penting untuk menentukan besarnya ruang yang diperlukan ketika kapal akan ditambatkan di jetti atau ketika kapal akan melakukan manuver (berbelok/berputar) di sepanjang terusan atau sungai


LPP : Length between perpendiculars.
Panjang antara kedua garis tegak buritan dan garis tegak haluan yang diukur pada garis air muat pada lunas datar, yakni ketika tidak ada trim haluan ataupun trim buritan. Panjang ini merupakan perkiraan panjang kapal yang tercelup air, yang dipakai dalam semua perhitungan hidrostatik. Namun dalam perhitungan sarat maksimum yang diperbolehkan, posisi garis tegak ini sedikit bergeser disesuaikan dengan Peraturan Load Lines.

AP : Garis tegak buritan (After Perpendicular)
Letaknya pada linggi kemudi bagian belakang atau pada sumbu poros kemudi.
FP : Garis tegak haluan (Fore Perpendicular)
Adalah merupakan perpotongan antara linggi haluan dengan garis air muat.
LWL : Panjang garis air (Length of Water Line)
Adalah jarak mendatar antara ujung garis muat (garis air), yang diukur dari titik potong dengan linggi buritan sampai titik potongnya dengan linggi haluan dan diukur pada bagian luar linggi buritan dan linggi haluan.

Lebar Kapal.
B : Breadth (lebar yang direncanakan).
Adalah jarak mendatar dari gading tengah yang diukur pada bagian luar gading (tidak termasuk tebal pelat lambung). Istilah "moulded" kadang muncul, yang berarti pengukuran bagian dalam kapal, dan tidak termasuk tebal pelat lambung.
BWL : Breadth of water line (lebar pada garis air muat).
Adalah lebar yang terbesar yang diukur pada garis air muat.
BOA : Breatdh over all (lebar maksimum).
Adalah lebar terbesar dari kapal yang diukur dari kulit lambung kapal disamping kiri sampai kulit lambung kapal samping kanan.

Tinggi Geladak.
H (D) : Depth of Hull (tinggi terendah dari geladak).
Adalah jarak tegak dari garis dasar sampai garis geladak yang terendah, umumnya diukur di tengah – tengah panjang kapal.

Air Draft : jarak vertikal maksimum dari bagian kapal yang berada diatas air pada kondisi bermuatan tertentu. Besaran ini penting untuk memastikan kapal mempunyai ruang jarak yang aman ketika melintas dibawah jembatan atau pada perairan dekat dengan landasan kapal terbang

Freeboard : Lambung Timbul
Jarak vertikal yang diukur pada tengah kapal dari ujung garis geladak lambung timbul hingga ujung atas dari garis muat (Load Line). Umumnya akan semakin meninggi pada bagian haluan dan buritan karena adanya sheer. Jadi harga minimum freeboard tepat pada bagian tengah kapal. Peraturan Lambung timbul menyebutkan bahwa setiap kapal laik laut harus ditentukan syarat minimal lambung timbul yang diijinkan, yang mana menentukan batas maksimum muatan yang diperbolehkan bagi kapal. Sebuah perhitungan tertentu diberlakukan untuk menentukan besaran lambung timbul.


Sarat Kapal.
T : Draft (sarat yang direncanakan).
Adalah jarak tegak dari garis dasar sampai pada garis air muat.
Jika jarak ini konstan sepanjang panjang kapal, dapat dikatakan kapal dalam posisi even keel/sarat datar. Sarat rata-rata dapat digunakan sebagai indikasi seberapa banyak beban yang dibawa oleh kapal, dan digunakan dalam perhitungan hidrostatik. Besar Sarat Maksimum sangat penting terutama untuk memastikan kapal tidak kandas ketika memasuki perairan yang terlalu dangkal.

Trim : Keadaan yang dialami oleh suatu kapal ketika sarat depan dan sarat belakan berbeda tingginya. Umumnya, ketika kapal dimuati, maka sarat buritan akan lebih besar dari sarat haluan. Kondisi trim ini harus dijaga untuk memastikan bahwa baling-baling kapal terbenam dalam air dengan cukup dan mengurangi tumbahan air laut di haluan.
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Sebagai bagian dari upaya untuk penyebaran informasi dan perkembangan dunia kelautan, ITS telah melakukan serangkaian kegiatan yang berfokus pada dunia maritim. Salah satunya adalah SENTA.

Seminar Nasional Teori dan Aplikasi atau dikenal dengan istilah SENTA merupakan kegiatan rutin memasuki tahun ke- 7 yang diselenggarakan oleh Fakultas Teknologi Kelautan ITS Surabaya. Maksud kegiatan ini untuk menjadi wahana dialog dan presentasi para pelaku lembaga riset, industri dan pendidikan.



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17 November 2008

[yim017] Computational Fluid Dynamics-Anderson-1995

The Beginner's guide to Computational Fluid Dynamics From aerospace design to applications in civil, mechanical, and chemical engineering, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is as essential as it is complex. The most accessible introduction of its kind, Computational Fluid Dynamics: The Basics With Applications, by experienced aerospace engineer John D. Anderson, Jr., gives you a thorough grounding in: the governing equations of fluid dynamics--their derivation, physical meaning, and most relevant forms; numerical discretization of the governing equations--including grids with appropriate transformations and popular techniques for solving flow problems; common CFD computer graphic techiniques; applications of CFD to 4 classic fluid dynamics problems--quasi-one-dimensional nozzle flows, two-dimensional supersonic flow, incompressible couette flow, and supersonic flow over a flat plate; state-of-the-art algorithms and applications in CFD--from the Beam and Warming Method to Second-Order Upwind Schemes and beyond.

About the Author
John D. Anderson, Jr. is the Curator of Aerodynamics at the National Air And Space Museum Smithsonian Institute and Professor Emeritus at the University of Maryland.
Product Details

Table of Contents
Preface

Pt. I. Basic Thoughts and Equations
1. Philosophy of Computational Fluid Dynamics
2. The Governing Equations of Fluid Dynamics: Their Derivation, a Discussion of
Their Physical Meaning, and a Presentation of Forms Particularly Suitable to CFD
3. Mathematical Behavior of Partial Differential Equations: The Impact on CFD

Pt. II. Basics of the Numerics
4. Basic Aspects of Discretization
5. Grids with Appropriate Transformations
6. Some Simple CFD Techniques: A Beginning

Pt. III. Some Applications
7. Numerical Solutions of Quasi-One-Dimensional Nozzle Flows
8. Numerical Solution of a Two-Dimensional Supersonic Flow: Prandtl-Meyer
Expansion Wave

9. Incompressible Couette Flow: Numerical Solutions by Means of an Implicit
Method and the Pressure Correction Method

10. Supersonic Flow over a Flat Plate: Numerical Solution by Solving the Complete
Navier-Stokes Equations


Pt. IV. Other Topics
11. Some Advanced Topics in Modern CFD: A Discussion
12. The Future of CFD

Appendix A Thomas' Algorithm for the Solution of a Tridiagonal System of Equations

References
Index


Title : Computational Fluid Dynamics

Authot : John D. Anderson
Hardcover: 574 pages
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math; 1 edition (February 1, 1995)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0070016852
ISBN-13: 978-0070016859

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[4S/yim196] Corrosion and Corrosion Control, 4ed. -Revie, Uhligh

The classic book on corrosion science and engineering-now in a valuable new edition

The ability to prevent failures by managing corrosion is one of the main global challengesof the twenty-first century. However, most practicing engineers and technologists have only a basic understanding of how they can actively participate in this urgent economic and environmental issue. Now, students and professionals can turn to this newly revised edition of the trusted Corrosion and Corrosion Control for coverage of the latest developments in the field, including advances in knowledge, new alloys for corrosion control, and industry developments in response to public demand.

This Fourth Edition presents an updated overview of the essential aspects of corrosion science and engineering that underpin the tools and technologies used for managing corrosion, enhancing reliability, and preventing failures. Although the basic organization of the book remains unchanged from the previous edition, this new update includes:

  • An introduction to new topics, including the element of risk management in corrosion engineering and new advanced alloys for controlling corrosion
  • Expanded discussions on electrochemical polarization, predicting corrosion using thermodynamics, steel reinforcements in concrete, and applications of corrosion control technologies in automotive, nuclear, and other industries
  • A stronger emphasis on environmental concerns and regulations in the context of their impact on corrosion engineering
  • A discussion of the challenge of reliability in nuclear reactors; stainless steels; the concept of critical pitting temperature; and information on critical pitting potential (CPP)
Complemented with numerous examples to help illustrate important points, Corrosion and Corrosion Control, Fourth Edition enables readers to fully understand corrosion and its control and, in turn, help reduce massive economic and environmental loss. It is a must-read for advanced undergraduates and graduate students in engineering and materials science courses, as well as for engineers, technologists, researchers, and other professionals who need information on this timely topic.

Content
Preface
1 DEFINITION AND IMPORTANCE OF CORROSION
2 ELECTROCHEMICAL MECHANISMS
3 THERMODYNAMICS: CORROSION TENDENCY AND ELECTRODE POTENTIALS
4 THERMODYNAMICS: POURBAIX DIAGRAMS
5 KINETICS: POLARIZATION AND CORROSION RATES
6 PASSIVITY
7 IRON AND STEEL
8 EFFECT OF STRESS
9 ATMOSPHERIC CORROSION
10 CORROSION IN SOILS
11 OXIDATION
12 STRAY-CURRENT CORROSION
13 CATHODIC PROTECTION
14 METALLIC COATINGS
15 INORGANIC COATINGS
16 ORGANIC COATINGS
17 INHIBITORS AND PASSIVATORS
18 TREATMENT OF WATER AND STEAM SYSTEMS
19 ALLOYING FOR CORROSION RESISTANCE;STAINLESS STEELS
20 COPPER AND COPPER ALLOYS
21 ALUMINUM AND ALUMINUM ALLOYS
22 MAGNESIUM AND MAGNESIUM ALLOYS
23 NICKEL AND NICKEL ALLOYS
24 COBALT AND COBALT ALLOYS
25 TITANIUM
26 ZIRCONIUM
27 TANTALUM
28 LEAD
29 APPENDIX

# Corrosion and Corrosion Control, 4ed.
# By R. Winston Revie, Uhligh
# Publisher: Wiley-Interscience
# Number Of Pages: 490
# Publication Date: 2008-03-21
# ISBN-10 / ASIN: 0471732796
# ISBN-13 / EAN: 9780471732792
# Binding: Hardcover

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16 November 2008

website info related to Corrosion

Internet merupakan gudang informasi yang melimpah untuk pengetahuan korosi dan pengendaliaanya.
Berikut daftar website yang ada (bukan terbaik) yang mengkhususkan diri untuk menyebarkan informasi tentang korosi.

-Urutan ini bukan menunjukkan tingkatan apapun-

Corrosionist The Website of Corrosion and Corrosion Control
Site ini bertujuan untuk memberikan kemudahan untuk mengakses semua informasi yang tersedia mengenai korosi dan pengendaliannya. Dilengkapi dengan The Corrosion Search Engine demi memudahkan pencarian dan menampilkan hasil yang paling relevan

http://www.eng-tips.com/
kunjungi topik mengenai korosi.

http://www.marinecorrosionforum.org/
The Marine Corrosion Forum, tempat yang baik untuk berdiskusi dan bertukar informasi tentang material dan sifat korosi-nya yang berkaitan dengan penggunaan pada industri, marine dan offshore. Tujuannya adalah
to advance the practical, technical and scientific understanding of marine corrosion, by providing a forum for the discussion of technical information, arranging presentations on technical subjects by leading experts, and disseminating information to members.
Typical topics covered include: coating technology, composites, corrosion engineering and design, desalination plants, chloride effects, erosion-corrosion, microbial induced corrosion, shipping and naval issues, corrosion protection, corrosion prevention and cathodic protection.
(Originally the Marine Corrosion Club).

Corrosion Club
informasi umum, fokus site ini : Monitoring Corrosion

Corrosion.com
Berisi database Coating Manufacturers, Coating Products, Services, Trade Association
Juga ada toolbox untuk menghitung coverage dan luas permukaan.

http://www.cathodicprotectionpapers.com/
merupakan salah satu web dari Deepwater Corrosion Services inc., halaman ini berisi infomasi teknikal. suatu saat akan dibahas satu persatu.

Corrosion Doctors
sebagaimana ditulis di websitenya, misi dari web ini adalah
to improve the general awareness of what corrosion is all about, from complicated processes that are at play even behind the simplest corrosion reactions to the impact corrosion may have on systems (pipelines, cars, boats, ...) and human health (implants, allergies, toxic metals ...). Dipandu oleh Pierre R. Roberge, PhD, P.Eng., Handbook of Corrosion Engineering (McGraw-Hill, 2000, 1100 pages), seorang ahli yang kompeten.

Corrosion Source
sebagaimana terungkap dalam misinya,
Corrosionsource.com aims to fill this void through a web site that has over the last four years, served as the default location on the web for corrosion information. At corrosionsource.com our aim is to provide you with high quality technical information related to corrosion. Our focus is to educate, enrich and interact, and bring together the worldwide corrosion community. We have come a long way in this effort over the years, and hope that you will help us in making this site what it is meant to be, the be all and end all of everything related to corrosion.
Surga bagi pencari informasi tentang korosi dan pengendaliannya

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15 November 2008

[4S/yim158] AWS : Welding Handbook Vol.2

Ini adalah volume kedua dari Welding Handbook, 8th Ed. Buku ini, Welding Processes, bertujuan untuk menggambarkan secara singkat proses pengelasan yang digunakan dalam industri sampai saat ini. Macam2 aplikasi
pengelasan yang digambarkan lebih banyak (lebih 10-an proses pengelasan).Tiap pengelasan akan dibahas mengenai, Proses dasarnya, Equipment material dan Consumable yang digunakan, aplikasi khusus, keungungan dan kelemahan tiap-tiap proses pengelasan, metode inspeksi dan kualitas hasil las, beberapa cara pemecahan masalah yang umum terjadi dilapangan dan Aspek keselamatan.

Table of Content
Foreword
Preface
Chapter 1 Arc Welding Power Sources
Chapter 2 Shielded welding Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)
Chapter 3 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW)
Chapter 4 Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW)
Chapter 5 Flux Cored Arc Welding
Chapter 6 Submerged Arc Welding
Chapter 7 Electrogas Welding
Chapter 8 Electroslag Welding
Chapter 9 Stud Welding
Chapter 10 Plasma Arc Welding
Chapter 11 Oxyfuel Gas Welding
Chapter 12 Brazing
Chapter 13 Soldering
Chapter 14 Oxigen Cutting
Chapter 15 Arc Cutting and Gouging
Chapter 16 Laser Beam and Water Jet Cutting
Chapter 17 Spot, Seam and Projecting Welding
Chapter 18 Flash, Upset and Percussion Welding
Chapter 19 Resistance Welding Equipment
Chapter 20 High Frequency Welding
Chapter 21 Electron Beam Welding
Chapter 22 Laser Beam Welding
Chapter 23 Friction Welding
Chapter 24 Explosion Welding
Chapter 25 Ultrasonic Welding
Chapter 26 Diffusion Welding and BRazing
Chapter 27 Adhesive Bonding of Metals
Chapter 28 Thermal Sprayig
Chapter 29 Other Welding Process

Welding Handbook Index of Major Subjects
Index

# Welding Handbook: Welding Processes, Vol. 2 (American Welding Society/Welding Handbook)
# by R. L. O'Brien
# Publisher: American Welding Society
# Number Of Pages: 955
# Publication Date: 1991-05
# ISBN-10 / ASIN: 0871713543
# ISBN-13 / EAN: 9780871713544

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