naval architect


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naval architect

[′nā·vəl ′är·kə‚tekt]
(naval architecture)
An individual who designs ships and makes alterations in them.
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At Devonport they offered mechanical engineering courses, but I always wanted to be a naval architect. I went to university and I arranged the modules so that I could study part-time.
"Having the Mastech 2011 conference alongside the Gulf Maritime exhibition offers great synergies and opportunities for the Middle East maritime industry," said Rajesh Babu, naval architect at Drydocks World, Dubai.
Adrian Payne, naval architect of Frazer-Nash, which is project-managing the work, said: "Our aim is to support the museum in the restoration of the vessel to the way it looked when it was launched so it can remain in the museum for future generations to appreciate."
The son of a naval architect, Utzon took to architecture after being refused by the Danish Navy.
The LCS was designed by Lockheed Martin along with naval architect Gibbs & Cox, shipbuilders Marinette Marine and Bollinger Shipyards.
Managing director Paul Burborough and Naval architect Ian Godbold with the Trusty T23 in the background Picture, ADRIAN PEARMAN
But, in a documentary to be screened next week on the National Geographic Channel, a team led by Barry naval architect Robin Williams discovers the submarine vanished for a more prosaic reason.
As a sailor and son of a naval architect, he would have reacted strongly to their layered unshaped timbers and the tilting canvas sails set upon the mighty prow of Taliesin West.(5) It is clear that here was the genesis not just for the great platform and white vaults of Sydney, but the powerful sculpted bases for the Kingo courtyard houses, near Elsinore (1956), and those at Fredensborg (1962-63).
The Naval Architect and Shipyard Manager Denostenes Lipura said the twin-engined waterbus is twice as fast as existing ferry boats in Cebu.

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