Engineering Mathematics in Ship Design
by Cristiano Fragassa, et al.
Publisher: MDPI 2020
Number of pages: 170
Engineering mathematics, in particular, is a study field where mathematical methods and solving techniques are combined, regardless of the approach to offer a response to physical dilemma and to solve practical engineering problems. In the present edition, this knowledge is employed to obtain several important recommendations about diversified fields of ship design, from the structural analysis in hulls up to methods that take into account the environmental sustainability in maritime transports.
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