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The Navy Ships teaching aims to provide students with the basis to
understand of the specific design problems of navy ships. In particular,
the theoretical bases of protection against non-contact underwater
explosions and the design application to the different types of ships
and systems are discussed.
The teaching aims to illustrate the main types of surface and underwater
military units. The teaching deals with the main engineering problems
related to military constructions: buoyancy, stability, choice of the
propulsion system, dimensioning of plants and structures.
The teaching provides students with the basic concepts for designing the
Military Ship. At the end of the teaching, the students will be able to
understand the operational requirements and critically discuss the
different design solutions in the military sphere.
Knowledge of the fundamental subjects of naval engineering: naval
architecture, shipbuilding, ship statics, propulsion plants.
The teaching includes lectures and assignments.
The lessons include the following main topics:
Classification of surface and underwater military units.
Operational skills and addressing specific threats.
Protection against non-contact underwater explosions.
Protection against fire and flooding.
Legal framework with particular reference to RINAMIL and Naval Ship Code.
Lecture notes provided free of charge.
Office hours: Office hours on request, either in presence or via MS TEAMS. please contact the professor via e-mail or MS TEAMS chat.
BRUNO SPANGHERO (President)
MASSIMO FIGARI (President Substitute)
RAPHAEL ZACCONE (President Substitute)
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
Written, Oral discussion. The oral exam will allow to verify the
effective understanding of the topics discussed. The quality of the
exposure, the correct use of the specialized vocabulary, the capacity
for critical reasoning on the topics covered during the teaching will be
Through examination and evaluation of the assignments carried out by the
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