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Original and timely technical papers addressing problems of shipyard techniques and production of merchant and naval ships appear in this quarterly publication. Since its inception, the Journal of Ship Production and Design (formerly the Journal of Ship Production) has been a forum for peer-reviewed, professionally edited papers from academic and industry sources. As such it has influenced the worldwide development of ship production engineering as a fully qualified professional discipline. The expanded scope seeks papers in additional areas, specifically ship design, including design for production, plus other marine technology topics, such as ship operations, shipping economics, and safety. Each issue contains a well-rounded selection of technical papers relevant to marine professionals.

Previously published as Journal of Ship Production

Journal of Ship Production and Design was previously published as Journal of Ship Production.

Publisher: Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME)

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Volume 29, Number 4, November 2013

Articles

Reduction of Welding Distortion for an Improved Assembly Process for Hatch Coaming Production
pp. 153-161(9)
Authors: Wang, Jiangchao; Sano, Masanori; Rashed, Sherif; Murakawa, Hidekazu

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The Potential Conversion of the U.S. Great Lakes Steam Bulk Carriers to Liquefied Natural Gas Propulsion: Final Report
pp. 162-182(21)
Authors: Parsons, Michael G.; O'Hern, Patrick J.; Harkins, Richard W.; Denomy, Samuel J.

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Development of a Large-scale Surface Effect Ship Bow Seal Testing Platform
pp. 191-198(8)
Authors: Wiggins, Andrew D.; Zalek, Steven F.; Perlin, Marc; Ceccio, Steven L.; Doctors, Lawrence J.; Etter, Robert J.

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Risk-based Winterization for Vessels Operations in Arctic Environments
pp. 199-210(12)
Authors: Yang, Ming; Khan, Faisal I.; Lye, Leonard; Sulistiyono, Heri; Dolny, John; Oldford, Dan

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Comparing Trimaran Small Waterplane Area Center Hull (TriSWACH), Monohull, and Trimaran Hullforms: Some Initial Results
pp. 211-220(10)
Authors: McDonald, Tim P.; Bucknall, Richard W. G.; Greig, Alistair R.

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