Yacht Design Handbook

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Textbook, strumenti didattici. Testi per professional
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pp. 196,   1a ristampa 2018,    1a edizione  2015   (Codice editore 85.93)

Yacht Design Handbook
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In breve

A useful instrument for Yacht Design students and an enjoyable reading for boat builders and boat owners who want to learn more about their yachts. An overall check of all yacht design aspects, with useful suggestions and a few tricks of the trade.

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This plain and concise handbook is a useful instrument for Yacht Design students and an enjoyable reading for boat builders and boat owners who want to learn more about their yachts. The author takes the reader by the hand and leads him step by step through an overall check of all yacht design aspects, with useful suggestions and a few tricks of the trade.

Massimo Gregori Grgic experience starts in the 70's with the Westlawn School of Yacht Design. In 1976 he founded Yankee Delta Studio and since then never stopped designing yachts. He has taught at the Yacht Design Master of Milan, Venice and Shanghai. For the same Publisher he has written two naval architecture handbooks: Il Progetto della Nave and Interior Yacht Design, the latter four-handed with Professor Francesca Lanz. He lives and works in a farm on the Tuscany hills.

Indice

Foreword
Acknowledgements
The hull design
(Abstract; The first moves)
The planning hulls
(Abstract; The reference network; The main hull lines; Some hints of hydrostatics; The ship's weights; The "rule of the thumb"; A short preliminary check; More sections; Managing the hull shape; Flank ahead)
The displacing hull
(Abstract; The hull lines; A short preliminary calculation; The weight modifications; Back to the drawing; The decks)
The mathematics of the hull
(The displacement; The comparison coefficients; The unitary displacement)
Stability
(The centre of gravity; The transverse metacentric height; The effects of the transverse metacentric height; The stability; The inclining experiment; The longitudinal metacentric height)
The propulsion
(The fixed pitch propeller; The pitch; The slip; The pitch calculation; The diameter calculation; The cavitation; The As/Ad ratio; The clearance; The shaft line; The stern tunnels; The controllable pitch propeller; The jet propulsion)
Rudder
(The rudder effect; A design guideline; The rudder machine)
The building materials
(Abstract; The wood; The light alloy; The steel; The fiberglass; The ferrocement; The fairing and the painting)
The engine room
(The main engines (MMEE); The gases exhaust line; The comburent; The ventilation trunks; Cooling water; The gen sets; The control room; More machineries and arrangement)
The plants
(Abstract; The pumps; The bilges drain; The fresh water; The deck washing; The firefighting; The fuel supply; The black waters; The electric plant; The air conditioning; The lockers ventilation)
The tonnage
The mooring manoeuvres
(Abstract; The equipment number; The chain; The anchor; The roadstead mooring; The windlass; The hawse pipe; The cleats and fairleads; The capstans)
The classification Registers
The general arrangement plan
(Pinpoint the design parameters; The general arrangement plan; The lower deck layout; Is the arrangement aboard?; The main deck layout; Hints of ergonomics)
The executive plans
(The feasible drawings and the essential information; The specifications and the bill of quantities; The owner's cabin; The guests' cabins; The toilets; The crew quarters; The kitchen; The pilothouse; The sitting room)
The details and the tricks
(The differences from the household furniture; The doors; The natural lighting; The artificial lighting; The shower; The bathroom appliances; The curtains; The mirrors; The plugs and the sockets; The ceilings; The floors; The sofas and the armchairs)
The furniture materials
(The marine plywood; The solid wood; The briar; The types of wood; The stonework; The fabrics; The leather; The leather imitation; The paint)
The deck arrangement
(The aft cockpit; The sunbathing areas; The Fly bridge)
The safety on board
(The emergency escapes; The life rafts and the life jackets)
The design for all
(The design for all: a call for ethics)
The refit
(The refit of an old vessel)
The drafting
(The drawings dimensions; The drawings scale)
The survey, the management and the sea trials
Digest of Massimo's principles
Conversion Table
Bibliography.



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