SNAME has new technical journal

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The Journal of Ship Production was reformatted and redesigned to be the primary technical journal of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, the group announced.

Renamed the Journal of Ship Production and Design, the journal will publish papers on ship production, as well as papers on advances in ship design and related technologies.

Some of the papers to be published in the journal have been published in Marine Technology and SNAME News, which was replaced in April by SNAME's newly redesigned membership magazine, titled (mt), which no longer contains peer-reviewed papers.

The new (mt) is a focused collection of topical technical articles written by industry leaders.

The society includes more than 8,000 people throughout the United States, Canada and abroad. Membership is open to all qualified applicants in or associated with the maritime, offshore and small-craft industries.

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