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Shipbuilding and ships

Shipbuilding and ships

papers read at the Worshipful Company of Shipwrights exhibition at the two halls of the Royal Horticultural Society, Westminster, S.W.1., 28th January to 8th February 1947.

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Published by Worshipful Company of Shipwrights in London .
Written in English


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ContributionsWorshipful Company of Shipwrights.
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He wrote and illustrated a book that contains a treatise on ship building, a treatise on mathematics, much material on astrology, and other materials. His treatise on shipbuilding treats three kinds of galleys and two kinds of round ships. Outside Medieval Europe, great advances were being made in shipbuilding. This book examines ways to reestablish the U.S. industry, to provide a technology base and R&D infrastructure sustaining both commercial and military goals. Comparing U.S. and foreign shipbuilders in four technological areas, the authors find that U.S. builders lag most severely in business process technologies, and in technologies of new products and materials.

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