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A Study on Support Arrangement of a Cargo Tank for Tank Type A LPG Ships 96
Effects and Risks of Underwater Explosion for Gas Carriers 106
How and For What Liquefied Petroleum Gas Reliquefaction Plants Work 126
LPG Newbuilding Site Team Supervision & Training: An optional extra? 78
Fatigue Assessment of Typical Details of Very Large Gas Carriers (LPG) 68
Conversion of the Vessel in LPG Carrier to River-Sea Navigation on Danube River 89
A Study on Support Arrangement of a Cargo Tank for Tank Type-A Liquefied Petroleum Ships 253
Structural Aspects of Liquefied Petroleum Gas Cargo Tanks Design and Construction 276
Birth of the Reliquefaction, Design and Operation of the Reliquefaction LPG Plant 523
Underwater Shock, Effects and Risks for Hydrocarbon Carrying Ships 260
Special Requirements for LPG Carriers to Sail Cargo on Danube River 326
Risks and Compliance for Environment for Liquefied Petroleum Gas Operations within Inland Waterways 415
Characteristics, Maintenance of Liquefied Petroleum Gas Vessels and Hull Integrity Management 488
Fatigue Analysis Methodology and Damage Calculations of Structural Details specific to the VLGS 318
Site Team Supervision and Training on the Liquefied Petroleum Gas Vessel Newbuilding 290
Basic Info about Liquefied Petroleum Gas Vessels and Risks while Shipping a Cargo 367
Prospects of Liquefied Petroleum Gas Industry and Why it is a Growing Market 273
The State of Global Liquefied Petroleum Gas Market in XXI Century 260