The Shipbuilder & Marine Engine Builder - March 1932
Front Cover of the Shipbuilder and Marine Engine-Builder for March 1932. GGA Image ID # 101840ed42
The March 1932 issue of The Shipbuilder offers primarily technical orientated articles on engine and shipbuilding. Featured articles included Limitation of Passenger-Liner Construction -- noteworthy for its assessment of the fundamental change in passenger traffic from the immigrant trade to pleasure cruising and the need to meet the new requirements for this demographic.
Table of Contents
- Dipl. Ing. Hermann Hein (Frontispiece)
- Limitation of Passenger-liner Construction
- Biographical Sketches (No. 192—Dipl. Ing. Hermann Mein)
- Propeller Design
- The Structural Damage of the Oil-tank Motorship “ San Diego Maru ” (Illustrated). By K. Tamai
- Modern Rudder Design. By John Tutin, D.Sc., M.Inst.N.A.
- Oil-burning with Scotch Marine Boilers. By J. S. Gander, M.I.Mech.E., M.I.Mar.E., M.I.Fuel
- The Brown-Bovert Exhaust-steam Turbine System—The Conversion of the Propelling Machinery of the "Blitar" (Ilustrated)
- Turbine-driven Tugs on the Rhone (Illustrated). By R. W. Miller
- The Voith-Schneider Method of Propulsion (Illustrated)
- The Maneuvering of Ships (Illustrated)
- A New Diesel-driven Fire-float for Gothenburg (Illustrated)
- M.A.N. Diesel-engine Developments
- The Royal Corps of Naval Constructors
- The Japanese Cargo Motorships “ Santo Maru ” and “ Sansei Maru” (Illustrated)
- Institute of Metals
- The Service Performance of the “ Trione ”
- Institution of Naval Architects
- Notes from the Shipbuilding Centers
- Launches and Trial Trips
- Obituary—Mr. J. W. Aitchison, Professor W. H. Watkinson, Mr. Kenneth Barclay-Brown, Mr. Alexander Ivsplen, Mr. Gilbert Campbell, and Mr. George Nicol
- Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Finance
- New Contracts and Inquiries
- Book Reviews
- Proceedings of the Technical Societies
About the Magazine
The Most Informative Publication for All Who Are Concerned with the Designing, Building, Equipping or Operating of Any Type of Vessels, The Journal of Commerce, Shipbuilding and Engineering Edition.
It contains the earliest reports of events relevant to the maritime industries, papers read before meetings of the technical societies at home and abroad, specialty contributed articles by authoritative writers, reports from each of the shipbuilding and ship repairing centers, and the following exclusive features
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The Shipbuilder and Marine Engine-Builder, Vol. XXXIX, No. 262, March 1932. Founded in July 1906, Edited by A. G. Hood.