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  • Sarker, Asim Kumar (Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering (NAME), 2012-01)
    This research represents a numerical optimization method based on regression resistance analysis for ship hull parameters. Two different ideas; non-linear optimization technique and ship hull resistance are used. The optimal ...
  • Nazrul Islam, Md. (Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, BUET, 1995-04)
    Attempt!;to calculate the added rBllistance of Il. ahip in \;laves started in late thirties and manyresearoh works have been undertaken since then by -many reeearcherB. ThOBe research workBare prinoipally ooncentrated ...
  • Quraishi, Ehtasham Ahmed (Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, 2019-05-25)
    As a riverine country, the inland waterways of Bangladesh plays a vital role in transportation of goods and personnel throughout the country in all seasons. But these waterways are not guaranteed to be safe for navigation ...
  • Mashiur Rahaman, Md. (Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, BUET, 2000-09)
    Three interpolating functions VIZ., cubic spline, B-spline and Bezier were used to investigate the effectiveness for fairing lines plan of five different inland/coastal vessels belonging to as many categories. The objective ...
  • Mashud Karim, Md. (Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, BUET, 1996-03)
    The damping effect of water on heaving bodies is studied in this research. Despite its important role on the study of ship motions, the deficiency of clcar understanding of the fluid-structure interaction problem provides ...
  • Habibur Rahman, Sikder Muhammad (Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, BUET, 2003-04)
    In recent years, many life threatening accidents have occurred with conventional lifeboat systems. Most of the accidents happened during launching and after lowering the boat into the rough seas and in high wind, During ...
  • Rafiqul Islam, Mohammad (Department of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, BUET, 1997-09)
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  • Quazi, Dr. Azizul H. (Department of Naval Underwater System Centre Newlondon, Connecticut U. S. A., 1977-03-22)
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