International Journal of Maritime Engineering 2021
Transactions of The Royal Institution of Naval Architects - IJME Vol 163
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IJME 603: Simulation of VOC Emission During Loading Operations in a Crude Oil Tanker
IJME 607: Tanker Selection Based on an Entropy-Weighted Fuzzy Matter Approach
IJME 611: Operation of Ride Control Systems to Minimise Slamming of Wave-Piercing Catamarans
IJME 619a: Adopting Industry 4.0 Technologies in Shipbuilding Through CAD Systems
IJME 638: Risk-Based Conceptual Ship Design of a Bulk Carrier Accounting for Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI)
IJME 640: An Analysis of Carcass Layer Erosion in Un-Bonded Flexible Offshore Pipework
IJME 642: A Roll Damping Analysis of a Standard US Naval Hull Form (DTMB 5415)
IJME 647: Numerical and Experimental Analyses of a Variable Buoyancy System for an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle
IJME 654: An Investigation into Switching Vessel Sizes for Efficient Container Terminal Operations: A Case Study of Kaohsiung Port
IJME 664: Intact Stability of Historic Passenger Ships in Light of the Second Generation Intact 119
IJME 684: English Narrowboats: From Industrial Revolution to the Urban Housing Problem
IJSCT 236: Vessel Motions and Work Interruptions Aboard a Fast Rescue Craft