Glossary of marine technology terms: Special edition for members of the Institute of Marine Engineers
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Over 1400 terms involving seamanship, ship construction, marine engineering, electrics and electronics, used in the design, construction, maintenance and operation of ships, are defined here. The glossary is both wide-ranging and concise, combining the functions of dictionary, text-book and micro-encyclopedia. The book also contains many of the terms used in the Department of Trade's examinations for Certificates of Competency and will be a useful reference source for students of nautical science and maritime studies as well as those professionally involved in shipbroking, marine insurance and the management of shipping.
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