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Differential equations with frequency dependent coefficients.

Tick, Leo J., 1959

Published in:Journal of Ship Research, Volume 3, 1959


OvS 97/14

Design of a High Speed Reefer
Part I : Report of the Market Investigation
Part II : Estimation of Required Freight Rates
Part IIIA : Report of the Design Process
Part IIIB : Report of the Design Process
Part IV : Linesolan, Midship section, Weight calculation and Stability

Tiel, N.A.Z. van, 1997

Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Marine Technology, Report OvS 97/14-IV, Confidential.

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The coupled damping coefficients of a symmetric ship.

Timman, Reinier and J.N. Newman, 1962

Delft University of Technology, Applied Mathematics, Published in: Journal of Ship Research, March 1962, SNAME

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DWTNSRDC Report 4397

Control theory with applications to naval hydrodynamics the first David W. Taylor lectures.

Timman, Reinier, 1975

Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, Published by: David W. Taylor Naval Ship Research and Development Center, Report 4397, Bethesda, Maryland

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Spatial variations of waves propagating over a submerged rectangular obstacle

Ting, C.L., 2005

Published in: Ocean Engineering, Volume 32, Numbers 11-12, August 2005



Sustainable shipping in practice, balancing environmental care with economy, safety and the human aspects

Tjallingii, F.J., 2001

Proceedings of the Marine Environment, how to preserve, Organised by: The Institute of Marine Engineers, KNVTS, NIOZ and The Port of Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Paper: P2001-4 Proceedings.



Series Sixty - The effect upon resistance and power of variation in LCB position.

Todd, Frederick H, 1956

David Taylor Model Basin, Hydromechanics laboratory, Washington DC, Transactions of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Spring Meeting, Paper: T1956-1 Transactions.



Series Sixty - The effect upon resistance and power of variation in ship proportions.

Todd, Frederick H, 1957

David Taylor Model Basin, Hydromechanics laboratory, Washington DC, Transactions of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, Annual Meeting New York, Paper: T1957-1 Transactions.


NPL Paper No. 2

Some unsolved problems in ship hydrodynamics.

Todd, Frederick H, 1959

National Physical Laboratory, NPL, Ship Division, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Symposium on the Towing Tank Facilities, Instrumentation and Measuring Technique, Zagreb

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Extreme response of nonlinear ocean structures identification of minimal stochastic wave input for time-domain simulation

Torhaug, Rune, 1996

Doctors Thesis, UMI Dissertation Services, Bell & Howell Company, 300 North Zeeb Road, P.O.Box 1346, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48106 1346, USA

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Future regulatory developments and corresponding expectations and requirements from the Classification Societies

Torhaug, Rune, 2003

Det Norske Veritas, Proceedings of the Seminar Managing Risk in Shipping, Vlaardingen, 2003, The Netherlands, Paper: P2003-6 Proceedings.



A three-dimensional model for the dispersion of radioactive substances in marine ecosystems. Application to the Baltic Sea after the Chernobyl disaster

Toscano-Jimenez, M., 2004

Published in: Ocean Engineering, An International Journal of Research and Development, Volume 31, Numbers 8-9, 7 june 2004, Elsevier Science Ltd


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Photographing cavitation on model propellers.

Townsin, R.L., 1956

King’s College, University of Durham, Newcastle upon Tyne, Department of Naval Architecture, Published in: Journal of Photographic Science, Volume 4, 1956

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The use of reversed propellers to stop bodies moving in a fluid.

Trefethen, Loyd, 1962

Reprinted from: Naval Engineers Journal, November 1962, Printed in the USA, American Society Naval Engineers

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Report No. 176

The diffraction potential for a slende ship moving through oblique waves.

Troesch, Armin, 1976

University of Michigan, College of Engineering, Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineers,Report No. 176

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Modern linear dynamical analysis of vertical plane motion of planing hulls.

Troesch, Armin W. and Jeffrey M. Falzarano, 1993

Journal of Ship Research, Volume 37, No. 3, pp. 189-199

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Design curves for selecting hat-type stiffeners in Frp boats

Tsouvalis, Nicholas, 2003

Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Fast Sea Transportation, FAST’03, Ischia, Italy, ISBN: 99-901174-0-0 (set). Paper: P2003-7 Proceedings.


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Predicting method of wave loads for ship’s route.

Tsukamoto, Osamu, 1974

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd

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Shallow water flows past slender bodies.

Tuck, Ernest O., 1965

David W. Taylor Model Basin, Washington DC, Published in: Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Volume 26, 1965, pp. 81-95

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Numerical solution of unsteady two-dimensional free-surface flows

Tuck, Ernest O., 2000

Proceedings of the 15th International Workshop on Water Waves and Floating Bodies, Israel, Tel-Aviv University, ISBN: 965 274 288 0, Paper: P2000-5 Proceedings.



Marine Technology and SNAME News, Volume 45, 2008


Marine Technology, Volume 45, 2008

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DWTMB R&D Report 1139

A phase component measurement system.

Tuckerman, R.G., 1958

David W. Taylor Model Basin, Washington DC, USA, Department of the Navy, Instrumentation Division, Research and Development Report 1139

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A comparative following sea investigation of a catamaran and monohull vessel

Tuite, A. and Martin Renilson, 2000

Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Stability of Ships and Ocean Vehicles, STAB2000, Tasmania, Australia, ISBN: 0 9585990 4 1, Volume A

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Ship model basins - The next 75 years.

Tulin, Marshall P., 1978

Hydronautics Incorporated, Research in Hydrodynamics, Laurel, Maryland, USA, A contribution to the 75th Jubilee Meeting of the VWS - W Berlin

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Introduction to Naval Architecture

Tupper, Eric, 2001

Butterworth-Heinemann, Linacre House, Jordan Hill, Oxford OX@ 8DP, 225 Wildwood Avenue, Woburn, MA 01801-2041, 3rd Edition, ISBN: 0 7506 2529 5, formerly Muckle's Naval Architecture for Marine Engineers