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First published as Naval Architecture for Marine Engineers, 1975 Reprinted 1978, 1981

Second edition published as Muckle's Naval Architecture, 1987 Third edition 1996 Revised reprint 2000 Fourth edition 2004

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British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data

Tupper, E.C. (Eric Charles), 1928-Introduction to naval architecture - 4th ed. 1. Naval architecture I. Title 621.8'1

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