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Free Shipping Free global shipping No minimum order. Propulsion Systems 2. Propeller Geometry 3. The Propeller Environment 4. The Ship Wake Field 5.
Propeller Performance Characteristics 6. Theoretical Methods — Basic Concepts 7. Froude 8. Cavitation 9.
Propeller Noise Propeller, Ship and Rudder Interaction Ship Resistance and Propulsion Thrust Augmentation Devices Transverse Thrusters Azimuthing and Podded Propulsors Waterjet Propulsion Full-Scale Trials Propeller Materials Propeller Blade Strength Propeller Manufacture Propeller Blade Vibration Propeller Design Theoretical methods - basic concepts 8. Theoretical methods - propeller theories 9.
Cavitation Propeller noise Propeller-ship interaction Ship resistance and propulsion Thrust augmentation devices Transverse thrusters Azimuthing and podded propulsors Waterjet propulsion Full-scale trials Propeller materials Propeller blade strength Propeller manufacture Propeller blade vibration Propeller design Operational problems Service performance and analysis Propeller tolerances and inspection Propeller maintenance and repair.
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