Retrospective Glance on LNG Tanker-Veterans for 1959-1984 Years with Statistical Analysis - eBook

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Retrospective Glance on LNG Tanker-Veterans for 1959-1984 Years with Statistical Analysis - eBook

Retrospective Glance on LNG Tanker-Veterans for 1959-1984 Years with Statistical Analysis          

By: Anatoly Rozenblat

About the Book

The content of this book includes the transportation of Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) by sea advantageously with using of gas-carriers, having different cargo containment systems (such as special system designed by the different companies such as Conch, Esso, etc.), and also having the Membrane system designed by the GTT(Gas Transport&Technigas companies) and other LNG carries having the spherical system designed by the Moss-Rosenberg company.

The purpose of this book to celebrate the SIXTIETH ANNIVERSARY IN USA of the beginning of transportation of the Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) by sea with using the first gas-carrier Methane Pioneer on January 25,1959, which made her first voyage for USA to United Kingdom where the LNG was delivered.

 

This book includes two chapters:

•chapter one: discovery of general ship’s characteristics of 84 LNG Tanker-Veterans and shows of some containment systems;

•chapter two: statistical analysis of some ship’s characteristics using multiple regression analysis

 

About the Author

Russian-born Anatoly Rozenblat worked as a seaman, an operational ship’s mechanic, a scientist, and a marine engineer. Rozenblat holds a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering from Odessa Institute of Maritime Transport Engineering and bachelor of science degree in computer and information systems from Chicago East-West University.

Rozenblat came to the United States in 1990 with status of refugee. As a creative personality, inventor and scientist, he received a fundamental technical and arts education in Marine and Manufacturing Engineering. He also participated in the US SBA Program (NASA, Energy, etc.) and was also invited on 26th, 27th, 28th and 29th Israel Conferences on Mechanical Engineering.

Rozenblat’s biography has been published in IBC (England) in 24 Ed. 1996; International Who’s Who Intellectuals, 12 Ed, 1997; Outstanding Scientists of the 20th Century, 1999; and also in ABC (USA); Marquis Who’s Who in America, 54th Ed, 2000. Rozenblat possesses 25 published books and 30 innovations. He lives in Chicago with his wife. Rozenblat lives in Chicago and is the father of two adult children, Moshe and Inna

 

(2019, eBook)