Ships and Offshore Structures is an international, peer-reviewed journal which provides an authoritative forum for publication and discussion of recent advances and future trends in all aspects of technology across the maritime industry.
The journal covers the entire range of issues and technologies related to both ships (including merchant ships, war ships, polar ships etc.) and offshore structures (floating and fixed offshore platforms, offshore infrastructures, underwater vehicles etc.) with a strong emphasis on practical design, construction and operation.
Specific areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Initial planning and contracting
- Hydrodynamics and propulsion
- Structures and materials
- Stability and safety
- Construction and production
- Operation and lifetime care
- Machinery and marine engineering
- Ocean environmental engineering
- Include subsea as above
- Subsea engineering
- Polar engineering
- Conversion and decommissioning
- Risk assessment and management
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