National Directory of Skills & Services

Computational Mechanics & Reliability Group

Description

Arising out of its ground-breaking work on Cutty Sark, the University of Greenwich can provide cost effective support to other historic ship owners who keen to conserve their priceless artifacts. Principal areas of skill are in the strength assessment of historic forms of ship construction and the development of techniques to turn conservation into a predictive science

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Contact
David Jai-Persad
Address
University of Greenwich
Old Royal Naval College
Park Row
London
Postcode
SE10 9LS
Telephone
0208331 9795
Fax
02083318665
Email
d.a.jai-persad@gre.ac.uk
Website
http://www.cms.gre.ac.uk
Skills
Commissioning Assistance, Advisory services
People
Consultants

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