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2.993 Special Topics in Mechanical Engineering: The Art and Science of Boat Design (January IAP 2007, MIT OCW). Instructors: Christopher Dewart, Kurt Hasselbalch, Prof. Nicholas Patrikalakis, Reuben Smith, Antonio Dias.

This class is jointly sponsored by the MIT Museum, Massachusetts Bay Maritime Artisans, the Department of Mechanical Engineering's Center for Ocean Engineering, and the Department of Architecture. The course teaches the fundamental steps in traditional boat design and demonstrates connections between craft and modern methods. Instructors provide vessel design orientation and then students carve their own shape ideas in the form of a wooden half-hull model. Experts teach the traditional skills of visualizing and carving your model in this phase of the class. After the models are completed, a practicing naval architect guides students in translating shape from models into a lines plan. The final phase of the class is a comparative analysis of the designs generated by the group. (from ocw.mit.edu)

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