441-How To Read Shipbuilding Drawings (Part 1)
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This Continuing Education course is written for Professional Engineers and others who are designing, or want to design, successful floating vessels.
This is a Spotlight Course of the Week (Expires: 10/29/2021)
This course is intended to show the drawings that are specific to shipbuilding, where to find what information, and how to read them. The following topics are covered:
- General items Common To Other Engineering and Architectural Drawings
- Reference Axes Used In Shipbuilding
- Glossary of Terms Used For Shipbuilding
- Symbols Used In Shipbuilding
- Drawings Produced in the Preliminary Phase of Design (Part 1)
How to Read Shipbuilding Drawings (Part 1)
James H Fawcett
This was interesting course into understanding shipbuilding plans and the design-to- construction sequence.
A better definition of LCB and its relation ship with the LCG could be clarified .
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