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IJSCT Part B2 2019
IJSCT 225: Maneuverability and Dynamics of Autonomous Underwater Gliders: Study and Review of the Spiral Path Maneuver
IJSCT 230: Project Management Methodology for Boat Designing: The Case of an As-Built Project of a 33-Foot Boat in a Brazilian Shipyard
IJSCT 231: Ranse Simulation of Stepped Planing Hull Hydrodynamic Performance in Calm Water and Waves
IJSCT 226tn: ISO-12215-5 (2018) and Fast Craft Operational Envelope Equations: A View from a Small Commercial Craft Design Office
IJSCT Part B2 2018
IJSCT 213: A Theoretical Method To Explore The Influence of Free Roll Motion On The Behavior of a High-Speed Planing Vessel Through a Steady Yawed Motion
IJSCT 214: Numerical Assessment of Self-Propulsion Factors For a Fast Displacement Hull Using Different Theoretical Approaches
IJSCT 219: Dynamic Equilibrium and Resistance Assessment For Warped Hulls By Means of Total Pressure Distribution
IJSCT 221: Study On The Utilisation Of Laminated Bamboo (Bambusa Arundinacea) Slats As An Alternative Composite Material For Building Small Fishing Boat Framing Structures
IJSCT 223: Experimental Investigation Into Modern Hydrofoils-Assisted Monohulls: How Hydrodynamically Efficient Are They?
IJSCT 224: The Heel-Sway-Yaw Coupling On a High Speed Craft In Calm Water