Developments In Maritime Transportation And Exploitation Of Sea Resources

Author: Carlos Guedes Soares
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1482233002
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71, November. Gerr, D., 2001: “The Propeller Handbook: The Complete
Reference for Choosing, Installing, and Understanding Boat Propellers”, McGraw
-Hill Companies, US. Lamb, T., 2003: “Ship Design and Construction”, Society of
Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME), Vol. 2. Man Diesel and Turbo,
2012: “Propulsion of Offshore Support Vessels”, Disponível em: http://bit.ly/
NsvTc5. Acesso em 02/07/2012. Mistree, F.; Smith, W.F.; Bras, B.; Allen J.K. and
Muster, D., 1990: ...

Motorboating

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Read the book and you'll never again have to wonder whether you're spinning
the optimal prop for your boat. To get a copy, contact your local Mercury, Mariner,
Force or MerCruiser dealer. Or send $5.00 to Quicksilver Propeller Book, P.O.
Box 3900, Peoria, IL 61614. The second title, The Propeller Handbook by Dave
Gerr, is published by International Marine. Gerr's book is a complete reference for
choosing, installing and understanding boat props. Among the experts, it is ...

Motor Boat Handbook

Author: Motor Boat Publishing Company (New York, N.Y.)
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If this motor is installed in a 35-foot cruiser of good lines, the owner naturally
expects a speedy boat; but on trial he finds that the motor will not turn more than
500 revolutions and that his boat is' slower than another of the same size
equipped with a moderate speed marine motor of Io-hp. Then follows a series of
experiments with propellers and after many changes, one running at about 700
revolutions per minute is found to give the best results; smaller propellers which
allow the motor ...

The Engineer

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The author makes it abundantly clear by a foot-note at the beginning of each
chapter that the book is intended for reference only; but the student is often left
with the more difficult examples, to supply for himself the reasoning ... In the first
part, on “Screw Propellers,” the author is on a sure footing, and he gives a very
complete account of how the draughtsman, the moulder, and the fitter must set to
work to produce the propeller of which the design has been settled elsewhere by
the naval ...