The viability of commercializing Wing-In-Ground (WIG) craft in connection with technical, economic and safety aspects followed by IMO legislation

@inproceedings{Paek2006TheVO,
  title={The viability of commercializing Wing-In-Ground (WIG) craft in connection with technical, economic and safety aspects followed by IMO legislation},
  author={Chin Su Paek},
  year={2006}
}
The dissertation is a study of the viability of commercialization of the Wing-In-Ground (WIG) craft, which is a novel type of marine transportation, currently being developed, so not yet commercialized in full scale. A brief look is taken at present development, and at the historical overview of WIG craft. The main principles and technical issues of WIG craft are examined, taking into account whether there are technical barriers or not. On account of the inherent peculiarities of WIG craft… CONTINUE READING

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