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CIVL 437 Introduction to Ship Structures

Structural theory and practice of ship structural design; longitudinal and transverse strength of hull girder; plates and shells; matrix analysis; introduction to classification society rules; ship section design synthesis; finite element analysis.

This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

Credits: 3

Pre-reqs: One of CIVL 332, MECH 360.


Status Section Activity Term Interval Days Start Time End Time Comments
  CIVL 437 101 Lecture 1 Wed 12:00 13:30

Classes will be held in CEME 2210.

Do NOT contact the professor regarding registration problems.

If the course is full, please fill out the online course registration form available at the below web link http://www.civil.ubc.ca/webform/course-request-registration-form and submit it electronically.

Please check back regularly to see if space opens up in the class. All applications requesting admission to the course will be considered in August. Priority will be given to students requiring the course as a core component to their program and to Civil Engineering students requesting the course as a technical elective (if applicable). You will be advised in August if you have been admitted to the class or not.

Lecture 1 Fri 11:30 13:00

Classes will be held in CEME 2210.

Do NOT contact the professor regarding registration problems.

If the course is full, please fill out the online course registration form available at the below web link http://www.civil.ubc.ca/webform/course-request-registration-form and submit it electronically.

Please check back regularly to see if space opens up in the class. All applications requesting admission to the course will be considered in August. Priority will be given to students requiring the course as a core component to their program and to Civil Engineering students requesting the course as a technical elective (if applicable). You will be advised in August if you have been admitted to the class or not.