Composite Materials in Maritime Structures: Volume 2, Practical Considerations
The two volumes that comprise this work provide a comprehensive guide and source book on the marine use of composite materials. This second volume, Practical Considerations, examines how the theory can be used in the design and construction of marine structures, including ships, boats, offshore structures and other deep-ocean installations. Areas covered in this second volume include design, the role of adhesives, fabrication techniques and operational aspects such as response to slam loads and fatigue performance. The final three chapters of the book cover regulatory aspects of design, quality and safety assessment and management and organisation. These volumes will provide an introduction to this important and fast-growing area for students and researchers in naval architecture and maritime engineering. It will also be of value to practising engineers as comprehensive reference book.
- Electronic book text
- 11 May 2012
- CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
- Cambridge University Press (Virtual Publishing)
- Cambridge, United Kingdom
Table of contents
Preface; List of authors; 1. Introduction R. A. Shenoi; 2. Design of Displacement Craft A. R. Dodkins; 3. Design of Dynamically Supported Craft S-E. Hellbratt; 4. The Role of Adhesives I. E. Winkle; 5. Practical Design of Joints and Attachments R. A. Shenoi and G. L. Hawkins; 6. Production of Ships with Single Skin Structures A. Bunney; 7. Production of Yacht Hulls of Sandwich Configuration P. Krass; 8. Material Case Study - Failures and their Repairs R. J. Rymill; 9. Response of Sandwich Structures to Slamming and Impact Loads B. Hayman; 10. Fatigue Characteristics H. G. Scholte; 11. Composites in Offshore Structures A. G. Gibson; 12. Regulatory Aspects in Design B. Hayman; 13. Quality and Safety Assessment J. Benoit; 14. Design Management and Organisation; Appendix; Index.