Marine Casualty Response: Salvage Engineering is Now Available

Tuesday, September 03, 2002
Marine Casualty Response: Salvage Engineering (MCR:SE) is the definitive reference handbook on commercial marine salvage. Co-authored by JMS Naval Architects & Salvage Engineers and the American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE), MCR:SE is a 710 page, hardbound book based on the US Navy Salvage Engineer's Handbook, also written by JMS. It is the one-stop shop for naval architects, marine engineers, port engineers, ship captains, chief engineers, salvage foremen, tug operators and ship owner/operators. MCR:SE contains comprehensive appendices, engineer's tables, detailed examples, and enough technical information to make it an indispensable, practical manual for engineers and operators alike. MCR:SE addresses the following areas: naval architecture, structural engineering, environmental forces, salvage planning, stranded vessels, sunken vessels, rigging systems, buoyancy recovery, weight removal and explosives.
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