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TitleBasic Naval Architecture Instructor's Guide and Problem Set
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Basic Naval Architecture -- Instructor Guide and Problem Set
Volume I, Units 1-1 1

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Van Matcr, Dr. Paul R.,
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Giannotti and Associat.es Inc.,
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Department of Transportation
Maritime Administration
Washington D.C. 20590

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A project of the SNAME Ship Production Committee Education and Training Panel

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A video lecture course presenting the fundamentals of naval architecture was developed as part of the government-
industry-supported National Shipbuilding Research Program (NSRP). This publication, along with Volumes I1 and
III, contains the instructor syllabus, problem sets, and solutions that complement the videotapes. The notes include
many of the slides used in the videotapes and are intended to be used by the instructor for overhead transparencies.

The following topics are covered in this volume: Introduction, Ship Types and Ship Systems, Nomenclature,
Dimension Form and Flotation, and Static Stability.

This material was developed to convey to trade school students the foundations of naval architecture. Tilz level of
material presented makes it suitable for engineers transferring into the field of naval architecture, a college level
study course for students not majoring in the field (e.g. Ocean Engineering majors) or a naval or merchant marine
officer candidate program.

The course consists of 45 videotapes (average length of 35 minutes each) presented in a classroom lecture format by
Dr. Paul R. Van Mater Jr., of Giannotti and Associates Inc. An additional text is required for the course: Modern
Ship Design, Second Edition, 1977, Thomas C. Gillmer, Naval Institute Press, Annapolis, MD 21402.

Inquiries regarding the purchase of the videotapes should be forwarded to the AVMAST Library, Marine Systems
Division, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute, 2901 Baxter Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48 109,
(313) 763-2465.

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Naval Architecture, Ship Nomenclature,
Stability
Ship Types, Ship Systems

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U n i t Number: 6

T i t l e : Nomenclature - 3
Tape Running Time: 36M 30'

Reading Assi gnment : None

A d d i t i o n a l References: (same as U n i t 5 )

(same as U n i t 5 )

Key Po in t s t o Emphasize:

1. Modern t r e n d i s t o use more expensive cargo gear t o move cargo f a s t e r and
reduce p o r t t ime. More t r u e f o r expensive sh ips c a r r y i n g more expensive
cargoes. ?Less t r u e f o r o l d e r sh ips c a r r y i n g cargoes of o p p o r t u n i t y t o
smal l e r p o r t s ( t ramps) ) . Cons tan t l y emphasize t h e r o l e of economics i n
making design and equipment dec i s ions ,

2 . S t r u c t u r a l nomenclature i tems w i l l appear again i n U n i t 37.

3. Emphasize nomenclature i tems o r usage t h a t i s p a r t i c u l a r l y r e l e v a n t t o
sponsor ing o rgan iza t i on .

4 . C o r r e c t i o n t o t ape n a r r a t i o n : s t e r n c a s t i n g w i l l be cas t s t e e l , no t cas t
i ron,

Suggested Problem Assignment : None

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