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    الصورة الرمزية فلسطين والنضال
    فلسطين والنضال
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    Ship Knowledge: A Modern Encyclopedia (Illustrated
    The book "Ship Knowledge - A Modern Encyclopedia" is basically the adapted and extended English language version of the very successful Dutch book "Scheepskennis" (published in 2001, author Klaas van Dokkum).
    In a state-of-the-art lay-out the book's 16 chapters lead the reader in great detail through the multitude of facts related to ships, ship building and shipping. The parts and systems together forming a modern ship from design drafts up to the finished construction including paint systems and legal aspects, are extensively dealt with. The incorporation of clear and to the point drawings, cross-section drawings, system diagrams and many full-colour pictures and, especially its use of a lucid no nonsense style of English, make the book eminently readable for everybody with an interest in shipping. In actual fact the book may be termed as easy reading; leisure material.
    The title "Ship Knowledge - A Modern Encyclopedia" well describes the *******s of the book. Veritably this is a book that should be found on every true shipbuilder's bookshelf and thus be close at hand for daily use whenever necessary. Questions that crop up like "What is a reefer ship?", or "What was this thing called again? or "What type of systems do they have for that on board?" or "Which party is responsible for this, that or the other" can now be answered within a fraction of the time otherwise taken by asking colleagues, phoning out to "experts in the field" etc. Lots of colour pictures of ships (and offshore objects as well), drawings (GAP's, ship construction etc.) and system schematics and such, each say more that a thousand words and "Ship Knowledge - A Modern Encyclopedia" is full of such material and thereby produces a wealth of information for those willing to see and receive it. In short, this book may actually be classified as an unmistakable asset to anyone seriously involved in the maritime industry. Besides ship designers, shipbuilders, ship owners, ship's crew, ship charters, ship's sales, ship underwriters, ship financers, classification societies etc. this book should be found on the desk of those studying for professional qualifications within the maritime industry (and indeed others industries close to it). In this respect students attending merchant navy colleges, naval acadamies, shipbuilding and marine engineering graduate and post graduate courses may be certain that there studies will greatly benefit from a number of (easy reading) hours spend in this most interesting encylopedia. The book is so well set up with three columns per page and plenty of colourful illustrations that once you open the first page of this book, it reads almost by itself. You will find that the otherwise dreary chapters such as "Laws and Regulations" (consisting of 22 pages) is over before you realize it:and it was interesting too! This is what you call easy accessible material."

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    Basic Ship Theory Volume 2. Ship Dynamics and Design

    Shipping World and Shipbuilder, December 1968
    "This is a very good book and will be a welcome addition to the library of the naval architect." --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
    Review
    '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.' Offshore Engineer, October 2004
    'This is one of the leading textbooks for naval architect students, and it remains a fine reference book....The subject matter is presented clearly with a great deal of information contained in the two volumes... Basic Ship Theory remains a primary textbook, designed to provide the student with an understanding of the fundamental principles of shiop design. A particular strength is the large number (more than 500) of worked examples, with answers included in the text.'
    The Naval Architect, Feb. 2002
    'will be of great assistance to practising marine engineers and naval architects'
    Maritime Journal, December 2001
    Reviews of previous editions:
    "This is a very good book and will be a welcome addition to the library of the naval architect."
    Shipping World and Shipbuilder, December 1968
    "This is a professional book - cheerful but no nonsense."
    Scientific American, September 1969

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    Ship Design for Efficiency and Economy, 2 Edition

    The previous edition of Ship Design for Efficiency and Economy was published as a Butterworth's marine engineering title. It has now been completely revised and updated by Schneekluth and Bertram. This book gives advice to students and naval architects on how to design ships - in particular with regard to hull design. The previous edition of this book was published in 1987. Since then, there have been numerous important developments in this area and the new additions to this book reflect these changes. Chapter 3 has been completely rewritten with added information on methodology of optimization, optimization shells and concept exploration methods. There is also a new sub-chapter on Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) for ship-hull design. Plus, a new method to predict ship resistance based on the evaluation of modern ship hull design will be detailed. The emphasis of the this book is on design for operational economy. The material is directly usable not only in practice, in the design

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    Basic Ship Theory Volume 1. Hydrostatics and Strength

    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. 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 will be of great assistance to practising marine engineers and naval architects.
    Shipping World and Shipbuilder, December 1968
    "This is a very good book and will be a welcome addition to the library of the naval architect."
    Review
    'This book discusses ship geometry and measurement in its more basic concepts, also covering safety issues, structural strength, flotation, trim and staiblity. Topics include: symbols and nomenclature; tools; flotation and trim; stability; hazards; ship girder; more.' Offshore Engineer, October 2004
    'This is one of the leading textbooks for naval architect students, and it remains a fine reference book....The subject matter is presented clearly with a great deal of information contained in the two volumes... Basic Ship Theory remains a primary textbook, designed to provide the student with an understanding of the fundamental principles of shiop design. A particular strength is the large number (more than 500) of worked examples, with answers included in the text.'
    The Naval Architect, Feb. 2002
    'will be of great assistance to practising marine engineers and naval architects'
    Maritime Journal, December 2001
    Reviews of previous editions:
    "This is a very good book and will be a welcome addition to the library of the naval architect."
    Shipping World and Shipbuilder, December 1968
    "This is a professional book - cheerful but no nonsense."
    Scientific American, September 1969

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    فلسطين والنضال
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    الصورة الرمزية فلسطين والنضال


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    فلسطين والنضال
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    فلسطين والنضال
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    الصورة الرمزية فلسطين والنضال


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    وسام الشكر

     وسام كبار الشخصيات

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