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Linkspan Design

Linkspan Design

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Hi guys

Not sure if this is the right forum if I should be in mechanical section instead but I was just wondering if anybody knows any good websites or texts that deal primarily with linkspan design? In particular regarding Roll on roll off designs for ferries etc?

I understand that it integrates a number of different disciplines such as mechanical electrical and hydraulic etc but was just wondering if there is a place where I could start. I could only find marine consulting companies websites.

Thanks

RE: Linkspan Design

(OP)
thanks for pointing that out. was just wondering if anybody has worked on linkspans in particular ?

RE: Linkspan Design

Lloyds has a entire design code for linkspans.  You can check out there site.  

RE: Linkspan Design

roro linkspan design

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