Compiled with the help of an internationally acclaimed panel of experts, the Ocean Engineering Handbook is the most complete reference available for professionals. It offers you comprehensive coverage of important areas of the theory and practice of oceanic/coastal engineering and technology.
This well organized text includes five major sections: Marine Hydro Dynamics and Vehicles Control, Modeling Considerations, Position Control Systems for Offshore Vessels, Applications of Computational Intelligence in the Ocean's Environment, and Fiber Optics in Oceanographic Applications. Designed to be used as a traditional handbook, it thoroughly covers position control theory and implementations and offers a close look at the present state of ocean engineering.
With 200 tables and over 100 figures, the Ocean Engineering Handbook will give you a head start in many aspects of oceanic engineering.
MARINE HYDRO DYNAMICS AND VEHICLES CONTROL, Z. Vukic
Anatomy of Sea-Level Variability: An Example from the Adriatic, M. Orlic,
Guidance and Control Systems for Marine Vehicles, Z. Vukic and B Borovic,
Sea Ambient Noise: An Example from the Middle Adriatic, D. Matika,
Basic Shipboard Instrumentation and Fixed Automatic Stations for the Monitoring in the Baltic Sea, S. Krueger
Fault Tolerant Control in Marine Systems, Z.Vukic, and M. Blanke
MODELING CONSIDERATIONS, H. Maeda
Marine Hydrodynamics and Dynamics of a Floating Structure, H. Maeda
Mathematical Modelling of Ocean Waves, M. Rahman
Systems Approaches to Heave Compensation in Marine Dynamic Approaches to Marine Seismic Extraction, Dr. F. El-Hawary.
POSITION CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR OFFSHORE VESSELS, A.J. Sorensen and T.I. Fossen
Design of Offshore Positioning Systems, J.P. Strand and A.J. Sorensen
Mathematical Modeling of Vessel and Environment, A.J. Sorensen
Position and Velocity Observer Design, T.I. Fossen and J.P. Strand
Dynamic Positioning (DP) Systems for Ships and Rigs, A.J. Sorensen
Weather Optimal Positioning Control (WOPC) Systems, T.I. Fossen and J.P. Strand
Position Mooring Systems (POSMOOR) for Rigs and Ships, J.P. Strand
Methods for Thrust Control, .J. Sorensen, J.P. Strand, and T.I. Fossen
Computational Intelligence in Ocean Engineering, C.H. Chen
A Multivariable On-Line Intelligent Autopilot Design Study, R. Burns, R. Sutton, and P.J. Craven
An Approach to Multi-Robot Cooperation Under Human Supervision, R.G. Gosine, M. Rokonuzzaman, R. Hale, F. Hwang, J. King, and J. Seshadri.
Computer Vision in Ocean Engineering, Donna Kocak, and Frank M. Caimi
FIBER OPTICS IN OCEANOGRAPHIC APPLICATIONS, F. Cami
Overview of Fiber Optics in Oceanographic Applications, F. Cami
Basics of Fiber-Optic Strain Sensors, B. Grossman and S. Murshid
Fiber Optic Acoustic Sensors, T. Dandridge and C. Kirkendall
Fiber Optic Telemetry in Ocean Cable Systems, G. Wilkins
CURRENT MEASUREMENT TECHNOLOGY, S. Williams
Current Measurement Technology, S. Williams