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Genick Bar-Meir

Copyright Year: 2021

Publisher: Potto Project

Language: English

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Free Documentation License (GNU)
Free Documentation License (GNU)

Table of Contents

  • 1 Preface 
  • 2 Introduction to Stability 
  • 3 Mathematics For Stability
  • 4 Mass Centroid
  • 5 Moment of Inertia
  • 6 Pressure
  • 7 Buoyancy 
  • 8 Direct Examination
  • 9 Metacenter
  • 10 Variable Density Floating Bodies 
  • 11 Dimensional Analysis

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  • About the Book

    This book, Stability of Ships and Other Bodies, describes the fundamentals when and why floating bodies are stable. In addition, it describes steps that transforms un–stable bodies to stable. This book is designed to replace all the other books and inseminate that recent developed technology and advances. The material in standard books is so entrenched, old, and outdated material that one can be only amazed. For example, concept like potential stability is not discussed or even mentioned in any of all the books that this author review.

    This book written from physical point of view rather then construction point of view like all the books review by this author on stability. It is hoped that the book could be used as a reference book for people who have at least some basics knowledge of science areas such as algebra, basic physics, etc. Even without deep understating the graphs in this book can be used to find necessarily quantities needed to understand if to fix your vessel. 

    About the Contributors

    Author

    Genick Bar-Meir is a world-renowned and leading scientist who holds a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from University of Minnesota and a Master in Fluid Mechanics from Tel Aviv University. Dr. Bar-Meir was the last student of the late Dr. R. G. E. Eckert. Bar-Meir is responsible for major advancements in Fluid mechanics, particularly in the pedagogy of Fluid Mechanics.