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The recent shift in naval warfare doctrine and strategy has caused the warship design community to rethink the relative importance of total ship system characteristics. In their policy papers “ From the Sea” 1 and “Forward From the Sea,” 2 the Navy and the Marine Corps described a fundamental shift in focus from a global threat to.
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Terminology and methods for generating ship lines are presented. Marine Applications of Advanced Fibre-Reinforced Composites examines the technology, application and environmental considerations pdf choosing a fibre-reinforced composite system for use in marine structures.
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