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Filed under: Ships -- Hydrodynamics Filed under: Frictional resistance (Hydrodynamics)

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  • [Info] Ship Collisions With Bridges: The Nature of the Accidents, Their Prevention and Mitigation (Washington: National Academy Press, 1983), by National Research Council Committee on Ship-Bridge Collisions
Filed under: Masts and riggingFiled under: Naval architectureFiled under: SeamanshipFiled under: Ship simulatorsFiled under: ShipbuildingFiled under: Ships in art
  • [Info] Joseph Pennell's Pictures of War Work in America: Reproductions of a Series of Lithographs of Munition Works Made by Him With the Permission and Authority of the United States Government, With Notes and an Introduction by the Artist (Philadelphia and London: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1918), by Joseph Pennell
Filed under: Ships, Wooden

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