Study of Commercial Specifications for U. S. Navy Ships.

@inproceedings{Friedland1973StudyOC,
  title={Study of Commercial Specifications for U. S. Navy Ships.},
  author={Nathan Friedland},
  year={1973}
}
Abstract : Military and commercial specifications for shipbuilding steel, electronics, and ship subdivision have been compared. It was found that steels used in building merchant and combat ships are so similar that using a simplified set of integrated specifications would result in savings without appreciable reduction in strength and durability. Electronic equipment is so complex and varied that a similar approach is possible only in limited cases. Merchant marine subdivision standards are… CONTINUE READING

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