Inspection, Repair and Maintenance of Ship Structures, 2nd Edition

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Number of Pages:
326
Published Date:
January 2009
Book Height:
290 mm
Book Width:
210 mm
Weight:
1.3 kg
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This book is aimed at all personnel involved in the repair, maintenance and classification of ocean-going merchant ships, including shipyard project managers, marine superintendents and Classification Society surveyors.

It will also interest engineers embarking on a career in ship surveying and students of naval architecture, and related disciplines, with an interest in ship operations.

This book is a guide to the regulation and international legislation that govern the inspection, repair and maintenance of ship structures, as well as the principles and practices behind these documents. It covers key topics such as ship structures and common damage (corrosion, fatigue, fracturing, buckling), the survey and inspection of hull and bulk carrier structures, maintenance and planning and evaluation and repair.

CHAPTER 1 Corrosion of Metal Structures

CHAPTER 2 Fatigue; A Hidden Enemy of Ship Structures

CHAPTER 3: Buckling of Ship Structure

CHAPTER 4: Fractures in Ship Structures

CHAPTER 5: Damage to the Hull Structure of Bulk Carriers

CHAPTER 6: Damage to the Hull Structure of Oil Tankers

CHAPTER 7: Surveys and Inspections of the Hull Structure

CHAPTER 8: Surveys and Maintenance of Bulk Carrier Structures

CHAPTER 9: Surveys of the Hull Structure of Oil Tankers

CHAPTER 10: Maintenance Planning. The Use of Protective Coating sand Cathodic Protection

CHAPTER 11: Condition Evaluation and Repair Planning Using a Database Approach

Number of Pages:
326
ISBN:
9781905331376
Published Date:
January 2009
Binding Format:
Paperback
Book Height:
290 mm
Book Width:
210 mm
Weight:
1.3 kg
Author:

Piero Caridis