Basic Ship Theory : Combined Volume (5 SUB)

個数:
電子版価格 ¥21,384
  • 電書あり

Basic Ship Theory : Combined Volume (5 SUB)

  • 提携先の海外書籍取次会社に在庫がございます。通常2週間で発送いたします。
    重要ご説明事項
    1. 納期遅延や、ご入手不能となる場合が若干ございます。
    2. 複数冊ご注文の場合、分割発送となる場合がございます。
    3. 美品のご指定は承りかねます。
  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 784 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780750653985
  • DDC分類 623.81

基本説明

Brand new edition of the leading undergraduate textbook in Naval Architecture.

Full Description


Rawson and Tupper's Basic Ship Theory, first published in 1968, is widely known as the standard introductory text for naval architecture students, as well as being a useful reference for the more experienced designer. The fifth edition continues to provide a balance between theory and practice. Volume 1 discusses ship geometry and measurement in its more basic concepts, also covering safety issues, structural strength, flotation, trim and stability. Volume 2 expands on the material in Volume 1, covering the dynamics behaviour of marine vehicles, hydrodynamics, manoeuvrability and seakeeping. It concludes with some case studies of particular ship types and a discussion of maritime design. Both volumes feature the importance of considering the environment in design.Basic Ship Theory is an essential tool for undergraduates and national vocational students of naval architecture, maritime studies, ocean and offshore engineering, and this combined hardback version will be of great assistance to practising marine engineers and naval architects.

Table of Contents

Foreword to the fifth edition                      xv
Acknowledgements xvii
Introduction xviii
Units xix
Examples xxiii
References and the Internet xxiii
Symbols and nomenclature xxiv
General xxiv
Geometry of ship xxv
Propeller geometry xxv
Resistance and propulsion xxv
Seakeeping xxvi
Manoeuvrability xxvii
Strength xxvii
Notes xxviii
Art or science? 1 (6)
Naval architecture today 2 (1)
Ships 3 (1)
Authorities 4 (3)
Classification societies 4 (2)
Government bodies 6 (1)
International bodies 6 (1)
Learned societies 6 (1)
Some tools 7 (45)
Basic geometric concepts 7 (7)
Properties of irregular shapes 14 (8)
Plane shapes 14 (3)
Three-dimensional shapes 17 (2)
Metacentre 19 (2)
Hollow shapes 21 (1)
Symbols and conventions 22 (1)
Approximate integration 22 (13)
Trapezoidal rule 23 (1)
Simpson's rules 24 (7)
Tchebycheff's rules 31 (1)
Gauss rules 32 (3)
Computers 35 (4)
Digital computers 35 (2)
Simulators 37 (2)
Approximate formulae and rules 39 (1)
Normand's formula 39 (1)
Weight conventions 39 (1)
Statistics 40 (1)
Probability 40 (1)
Probability curve 40 (1)
Worked examples 41 (7)
Problems 48 (4)
Flotation and trim 52 (39)
Flotation 52 (9)
Properties of fluids 52 (1)
Archimedes' principle 53 (4)
Vertical movement 57 (4)
Trim 61 (12)
Changes of draught with trim 62 (2)
Moment causing trim 64 (2)
Addition of weight 66 (2)
Large weight additions 68 (2)
Determination of design trim 70 (1)
Change of water density 71 (2)
Hydrostatic data 73 (4)
Hydrostatic curves 73 (2)
Calculation of hydrostatic data 75 (1)
The metacentric diagram 76 (1)
Worked examples 77 (8)
Problems 85 (6)
Stability 91 (54)
Equilibrium and stability 91 (1)
Disturbance from state of equilibrium 91 (2)
Initial stability 93 (11)
Adjustment of transverse metacentric 94 (3)
height by small changes of dimensions
Effect of mass density 97 (2)
Effect of free surfaces of liquids 99 (2)
Effect of freely suspended weights 101 (1)
The wall-sided formula 101 (3)
Complete stability 104 (21)
Cross curves of stability 104 (3)
Derivation of cross curves of stability 107 (5)
Curves of statical stability 112 (1)
Main features of the GZ curve 113 (2)
Angle of Ioll 115 (1)
Effect of free liquid surfaces on 116 (1)
stability at large angles of inclination
Surfaces of B, M, F, and Z 117 (5)
Influence of ship form on stability 122 (2)
Stability of a completely submerged body 124 (1)
Dynamical stability 125 (2)
Stability assessment 127 (10)
Stability standards 127 (3)
Passenger ship regulations 130 (1)
The inclining experiment 130 (5)
Precision of stability standards and 135 (2)
calculations
Problems 137 (8)
Hazards and protection 145 (32)
Flooding and collision 145 (14)
Watertight subdivision 145 (2)
Flotation calculations 147 (5)
Damaged stability calculations 152 (3)
Damage safety margins 155 (2)
Damaged stability standards for passenger 157 (1)
ships
Loss of stability on grounding 158 (1)
Berthing and ice navigation 158 (1)
Safety of life at sea 159 (6)
Fire 159 (1)
Life-saving equipment 160 (1)
Anchoring 161 (1)
Damage control 162 (1)
Uncomfortable cargoes 163 (1)
Nuclear machinery 164 (1)
Other hazards 165 (6)
Vulnerability of warships 165 (3)
Ship signatures 168 (1)
General vulnerability of ships 169 (2)
Abnormal waves 171 (1)
Environmental pollution 172 (1)
Problems 172 (5)
The ship girder 177 (60)
The standard calculation 179 (40)
The wave 180 (2)
Weight distribution 182 (1)
Buoyancy and balance 183 (2)
Loading, shearing force and bending moment 185 (4)
Second moment of area 189 (2)
Bending stresses 191 (2)
Shear stresses 193 (1)
Influence lines 194 (2)
Changes to section modulus 196 (4)
Slopes and deflections 200 (1)
Horizontal flexture 200 (1)
Behaviour of a hollow box girder 201 (1)
Wave pressure correction 202 (1)
Longitudinal strength standards by rule 203 (3)
Full scale trials 206 (1)
The nature of failure 207 (1)
Realistic assessment of longitudinal 208 (1)
strength
Realistic assessment of loading 209 (4)
longitudinally
Realistic structural response 213 (4)
Assessment of structural safety 217 (1)
Hydroelastic analysis 218 (1)
Slamming 219 (1)
Material considerations 219 (10)
Geometrical discontinuities 220 (2)
Built-in stress concentrations 222 (2)
Crack extension, brittle fracture 224 (1)
Fatigue 225 (2)
Discontinuities in structural design 227 (1)
Superstructures and deckhouses 228 (1)
Conclusions 229 (1)
Problems 230 (7)
Structural design and analysis 237 (49)
Loading and failure 237 (2)
Structural units of a ship 239 (1)
Stiffened plating 240 (7)
Simple beams 240 (3)
Grillages 243 (3)
Swedged plating 246 (1)
Comprehensive treatment of stiffened 246 (1)
plating
Panels of plating 247 (9)
Behaviour of panels under lateral loading 247 (2)
Available results for flat plates under 249 (6)
lateral pressure
Buckling of panels 255 (1)
Frameworks 256 (18)
Methods of analysis 257 (8)
Elastic stability of a frame 265 (1)
End constraint 266 (8)
Finite element techniques 274 (2)
Realistic assessment of structural elements 276 (4)
Fittings 280 (1)
Control surfaces 280 (1)
Problems 281 (5)
Launching and docking 286 (16)
Launching 286 (9)
Launching curves 287 (2)
Construction of launching curves 289 (2)
Groundways 291 (2)
The dynamics of launching 293 (1)
Strength and stability 293 (1)
Sideways launching 294 (1)
Docking 295 (4)
Load distribution 296 (1)
Block behaviour 297 (1)
Strength of floating docks 298 (1)
Stability during docking 299 (1)
Shiplifts 299 (1)
Problems 299 (3)
The ship environment and human factors 302 (63)
The external environment. The sea 303 (3)
Water properties 303 (1)
The sea surface 304 (2)
Waves 306 (32)
Trochoidal waves 306 (5)
Sinusoidal waves 311 (1)
Irregular wave patterns 312 (3)
Sea state Code 315 (1)
Histograms, and probability distributions 315 (3)
Wave spectra 318 (2)
Wave characteristics 320 (3)
Form of wave spectra 323 (4)
Extreme wave amplitudes 327 (3)
Ocean wave statistics 330 (8)
Climate 338 (5)
The wind 338 (2)
Ambient air 340 (2)
Climatic extremes 342 (1)
Physical limitations 343 (1)
The internal environment 344 (1)
Motions 345 (2)
The air 347 (1)
Lighting 348 (2)
Vibration and noise 350 (10)
Vibration 350 (1)
Excitation 350 (1)
Responses 351 (3)
Body response 354 (2)
Calculations 356 (2)
Noise 358 (2)
Ice 360 (1)
Human factors 360 (2)
Problems 362 (3)
Powering of ships: general principles 365 (46)
Fluid dynamics 366 (2)
Components of resistance and propulsion 368 (29)
Effective power 369 (1)
Types of resistance 370 (1)
Wave-making resistance 371 (3)
Frictional resistance 374 (3)
Viscous pressure resistance 377 (1)
Air resistance 377 (1)
Appendage resistance 378 (1)
Residuary resistance 378 (1)
The propulsion device 379 (1)
The screw propeller 379 (3)
Special types of propeller 382 (3)
Alternative means of propulsion 385 (2)
Momentum theory applied to the screw 387 (1)
propeller
The blade element approach 388 (3)
Cavitation 391 (1)
Singing 392 (1)
Interaction between the ship and propeller 392 (2)
Hull efficiency 394 (1)
Overall propulsive efficiency 394 (2)
Ship-model correlation 396 (1)
Model testing 397 (6)
Resistance tests 397 (1)
Resistance test facilities and techniques 398 (1)
Model determination of hull efficiency 399 (2)
elements
Propeller tests in open water 401 (1)
Cavitation tunnel tests 401 (1)
Depressurized towing tank 402 (1)
Circulating water channels 402 (1)
Ship trials 403 (8)
Speed trials 403 (1)
Cavitation viewing trials 404 (1)
Service trials 405 (1)
Experiments at full scale 405 (2)
Summary 407 (1)
Problems 407 (4)
Powering of ships: application 411 (46)
Presentation of data 411 (7)
Resistance data 411 (5)
Propeller data 416 (2)
Power estimation 418 (32)
Resistance prediction 418 (2)
Appendage resistance 420 (2)
1978 ITTC performance prediction method 422 (2)
Effect of small changes of dimensions 424 (2)
Variation of skin frictional resistance 426 (1)
with time out of dock
Resistance in shallow water 427 (2)
Calculation of wind resistance 429 (4)
Propeller design 433 (1)
Choice of propeller dimensions 433 (4)
Propeller design diagram 437 (7)
Cavitation 444 (1)
Influence of form on resistance 444 (2)
Reducing wave-making resistance 446 (1)
Boundary layer control 447 (1)
Compatibility of machinery and propeller 447 (1)
Strength of propellers 447 (1)
Effects of speed on endurance 448 (2)
Computational fluid dynamics 450 (2)
Summary 452 (1)
Problems 452 (5)
Seakeeping 457 (66)
Seakeeping qualities 457 (2)
Ship motions 459 (20)
Undamped motion in still water 460 (2)
Damped motion in still water 462 (1)
Approximate period of roll 463 (1)
Motion in regular waves 464 (4)
Presentation of motion data 468 (2)
Motion in irregular seas 470 (6)
Motion in oblique seas 476 (1)
Surge, sway and yaw 476 (3)
Limiting seakeeping criteria 479 (8)
Speed and power in waves 479 (2)
Slamming 481 (3)
Wetness 484 (1)
Propeller emergence 485 (1)
Degradation of human performance 486 (1)
Overall seakeeping performance 487 (3)
Acquiring data for seakeeping assessments 490 (11)
Selection of wave data 491 (3)
Obtaining response amplitude operators 494 (7)
Non-linear effects 501 (1)
Frequency domain and time domain simulations 502 (2)
Improving seakeeping performance 504 (11)
Influence of form on seakeeping 505 (1)
Ship stabilization 506 (9)
Experiments and trials 515 (3)
Test facilities 515 (1)
Conduct of ship trials 516 (2)
Stabilizer trials 518 (1)
Problems 518 (5)
Manoeuvrability 523 (51)
General concepts 523 (8)
Directional stability or dynamic 524 (2)
stability of course
Stability and control of surface ships 526 (4)
The action of a rudder in turning a ship 530 (1)
Limitations of theory 531 (1)
Assessment of manoeuvrability 531 (8)
The turning circle 531 (3)
Turning ability 534 (1)
The zig-zag manoeuvre 535 (1)
The spiral manoeuvre 536 (1)
The pull-out manoeuvre 537 (1)
Standards for manoeuvring and directional 538 (1)
stability
Rudder forces and torques 539 (9)
Rudder force 539 (3)
Centre of pressure position 542 (2)
Calculation of force and torque on 544 (4)
non-rectangular rudder
Experiments and trials 548 (4)
Model experiments concerned with turning 548 (1)
and manoeuvring
Model experiments concerned with 549 (2)
directional stability
Ship trials 551 (1)
Rudder types and systems 552 (7)
Types of rudder 552 (2)
Bow rudders and lateral thrust units 554 (1)
Special rudders and manoeuvring devices 554 (4)
Dynamic positioning 558 (1)
Automatic control systems 558 (1)
Ship handling 559 (3)
Turning at slow speed or when stopped 559 (1)
Interaction between ships when close 560 (2)
aboard
Broaching 562 (1)
Stability and control of submarines 562 (5)
Experiments and trials 566 (1)
Design assessment 567 (2)
Modifying dynamic stability 567 (2)
characteristics
Efficiency of control surfaces 569 (1)
Effect of design parameters on manoeuvring 569 (1)
Problems 570 (4)
Major ship design features 574 (43)
Machinery 574 (8)
Air independent propulsion (AIP) 579 (2)
Electrical generation 581 (1)
Systems 582 (20)
Electrical distribution system 582 (1)
Piping systems 583 (6)
Air conditioning and ventilation 589 (7)
Fuel systems 596 (2)
Marine pollution 598 (1)
Cathodic protection 599 (3)
Equipment 602 (3)
Cargo handling 602 (1)
Replenishment of provisions 603 (1)
Life saving appliances 604 (1)
Creating a fighting ship 605 (2)
General 605 (1)
Weapons and fighting capabilities 605 (2)
Integration of ship, sensors and weapons 607 (1)
Accommodation 607 (3)
Measurement 610 (4)
Problems 614 (3)
Ship design 617 (38)
Objectives 618 (5)
Economics 619 (2)
Cost effectiveness 621 (2)
Boundaries 623 (2)
Economic, ethical and social boundaries 623 (1)
Geographical, organizational and 624 (1)
industrial boundaries
Time and system boundaries 624 (1)
Creativity 625 (1)
Iteration in design 626 (19)
Design phases 628 (1)
Prime parameters 629 (4)
Parametric studies 633 (3)
Feasibility studies 636 (2)
Full design 638 (5)
Computer-aided design (CAD) 643 (2)
Design for the life intended 645 (8)
Design for use 645 (2)
Design for production 647 (1)
Design for availability 647 (4)
Design for support 651 (1)
Design for modernization 651 (1)
The safety case 652 (1)
Conclusion 653 (2)
Particular ship types 655 (40)
Passenger ships 655 (2)
Ferries and Ro Ro ships 657 (2)
Aircraft carriers 659 (3)
Bulk cargo carriers 662 (3)
Submarines 665 (6)
Commercial submarines 670 (1)
Container ships 671 (1)
Frigates and destroyers 672 (3)
High speed small craft 675 (10)
Monohulls 676 (1)
Multi-hulled vessels 676 (2)
Surface effect vehicles 678 (4)
Hydrofoil craft 682 (2)
Inflatables 684 (1)
Comparison of types 685 (1)
Offshore engineering 685 (3)
Tugs 688 (2)
Fishing vessels 690 (2)
Yachts 692 (3)
Annex-The Froude 'constant' notation (1888) 695 (10)
Bibliography 705 (4)
Answers to problems 709 (6)
Index 715