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SNAME revises ‘Principles of Naval Architecture’

The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers released the newest edition of “Principles of Naval Architecture: Strength of Ships and Ocean Structures.”

The volume, a revision of the previous chapter four of PNA, addresses several topics of ship strength in greater depth, bringing much of the material up to date and introducing some new subjects. Revisions of the other eight chapters of PNA will be released by SNAME in the next two years.

The book costs $75 ($65 for SNAME members and $60 for student members). Visit www.sname.org or call (800) 798-2188.

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