By Jani Romanoff, Carlos Guedes Soares
Analysis and layout of Marine buildings includes the papers from MARSTRUCT 2013, the 4th overseas convention on Marine constructions (Espoo, Finland, 25-27 March 2013).
The MARSTRUCT sequence of meetings began in Glasgow, united kingdom in 2007, via the second one convention in Lisbon, Portugal (March 2009), whereas the 3rd convention was once held in Hamburg, Germany (March 2011). All MARSTRUCT-conferences take care of send and Offshore buildings, wherein this current quantity focusses on:
- tools and instruments for a lot and cargo results;
- equipment and instruments for power evaluation;
- Experimental research of constructions;
- fabrics and Fabrication of buildings;
- tools and instruments for Structural layout and Optimisation; and
- Structural Reliability, security and Environmental Protection.
Analysis and layout of Marine Structures is a necessary source for teachers, engineers and pros fascinated about marine constructions and within the layout of send and offshore structures.
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