The Marine Technology Abstracts database was developed by BMT and IMarEST to provide a reference for over 125,000 technical articles, reports, books, conference and transaction papers and other material on all aspects of maritime technology
About Marine Technology Abstracts
The Marine Technology Abstracts database contains bibliographic information for more than 125,000 technical articles, reports, books, conference and transaction papers and other material on all aspects of maritime technology, dating as far back as 1940. Topics covered include: Ship and vessel descriptions; Design and construction; Ship powering, equipment, maintenance, repair, conversion; Cargo handling/port design and operation; Safety at sea/environmental protection; Coastal and ocean engineering/offshore technology; Fluid mechanics, hydrodynamics, hydraulics and aerodynamics; Ship resistance and propulsion, motions, seakeeping and manoeuvring; Structural response, material properties, corrosion and fouling; Naval vessels and defence technology.
Each record contains details including Title, Source information, Author(s); Language, and an Abstract of the content. The database is a result of a collaboration between the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology and BMT Group Ltd.
The abstracts purport to be fair summaries of the articles, papers etc., but neither BMT nor IMarEST accept responsibility for statements made in the original documents, nor do they necessarily with their contents.