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Background

Following training as a mechanical engineer and mathematician, Professor Carlton served in the Royal Naval Scientific Service undertaking research into underwater vehicle hydrodynamic design and propulsors. Five years later he joined Stone Manganese Marine Ltd as a propeller designer and research engineer.

During this time he specialised in controllable pitch propellers and transverse propulsion units but also undertook analysis into other aspects of ship propulsion technology; particularly in the fields of ship powering and manoeuvring. In 1975, he joined Lloyd's Register, first in the Technical Investigation Department and after nine years transferred to the Advanced Engineering Department as its Deputy Head. He later moved to the newly formed Performance Technology Department where he initiated and led several research and development activities in the fields of ship hydrodynamics, diesel engine technology, machinery condition monitoring and control technology. In 1992 he returned to the Technical Investigation Department as the Senior Principal Surveyor and Head of Department in which capacity he served for 11 years and then, in 2003, Professor Carlton was invited to become the Global Head of Marine Technology for Lloyd's Register.

After 35 years within Lloyd's Register, Professor Carlton was then invited to become Professor of Marine Engineering at the City University London in which capacity he now serves and is responsible for the postgraduate maritime studies. He is also closely involved with the newly formed International Institute for Cavitation Research at the University.

During his career he has presented and published around 120 technical papers and articles on many aspects of marine technology as well as having written a textbook entitled Marine Propellers and Propulsion which is now in its 3rd Edition. He is also a contributing author to the Marine Engineering Reference Book. Professor Carlton has been awarded the Denny Gold Medal of the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology twice and has also won the Stanley Gray Award for Marine Technology twice. Additionally, he is active in a number of research groups and has sat on several international and government committees. In 2006 he was awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Science for his contribution to marine technology. Professor Carlton was the 109th President of the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology in 2011/12 and was elected a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering in 2011.

Qualifications

DSc Honorary, City University London, 2006
CMarEng, IMarEST, 1990
BA (Hons) Mathematics, Open University, 1976
CEng, EC, 1973
IMechE Pt I, II & III Mechanical Engineering, IMechE, 1969

Employment

2009 - to date City University London, Professor of Marine Engineering
2003 - 2009 Lloyd’s Register, Global Head of Marine Technology
1992 - 2003 Lloyd’s Register, Head of the Technical Investigation Department
1987 - 1992 Lloyd’s Register, Head of Propulsion Performance & Environmental Engineering
1984 - 1987 Lloyd’s Register, Deputy Head of Advanced Engineering Services
1975 - 1984 Lloyd’s Register, Engineer (subsequently Senior Engineer) Surveyor
1970 - 1975 Stone Manganese Marine Ltd., Propeller Designer & Research Engineer
1965 - 1970 Royal Navy/Royal Naval Scientific Service

Other appointments

2011 - 2012 Science and Technology, 109th President of the Institute of Marine Engineering
2010 - to date Royal Academy of Engineering’s Working Group on Alternative Ship Propulsion, Chairman
2011 Royal Academy of Engineering, Elected Fellow

Membership of professional bodies

1972 Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA) Fellow
1972 Institute of Marine Engineers (IMarE), now the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science & Technology (IMarEST), Fellow
1965 Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE), Fellow

Research

Research interests

- Ship Propulsion Hydrodynamics
- Cavitation Dynamics
- Future Ship Powering and Machinery Systems

Publications

  1. Carlton, J. (2009). Ship Hydrodynamic propulsion: some contemporary issue of propulsive efficiency, cavitation and erosion. Lloyd’s Register Technology Day Proceedings .

Books (2)

  1. Carlton, J. and et al., (2008). Maritime Engineering Reference Book. Professor A. Molland, (Ed.), Elsevier.
  2. Carlton, J. (2007). Marine Propellers and Propulsion. Elsevier Ltd.

Chapters (26)

  1. Carlton, J.S. (2012). Azimuthing and Podded Propulsors. (pp. 353–362). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. ISBN 978-0-08-097124-7.
  2. Carlton, J.S. (2012). Cavitation. (pp. 209–250). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. ISBN 978-0-08-097124-7.
  3. Carlton, J.S. (2012). Full-Scale Trials. (pp. 373–383). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. ISBN 978-0-08-097124-7.
  4. Carlton, J.S. (2012). Operational Problems. (pp. 459–467). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. ISBN 978-0-08-097124-7.
  5. Carlton, J.S. (2012). Propeller Blade Strength. (pp. 397–414). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. ISBN 978-0-08-097124-7.
  6. Carlton, J.S. (2012). Propeller Blade Vibration. (pp. 421–429). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV.
  7. Carlton, J.S. (2012). Propeller Design. (pp. 431–458). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. ISBN 978-0-08-097124-7.
  8. Carlton, J.S. (2012). Propeller Geometry. (pp. 29–46). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. ISBN 978-0-08-097124-7.
  9. Carlton, J.S. (2012). Propeller Maintenance and Repair. (pp. 501–508). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. ISBN 978-0-08-097124-7.
  10. Carlton, J.S. (2012). Propeller Manufacture. (pp. 415–420). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. ISBN 978-0-08-097124-7.
  11. Carlton, J.S. (2012). Propeller Materials. (pp. 385–396). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. ISBN 978-0-08-097124-7.
  12. Carlton, J.S. (2012). Propeller Noise. (pp. 251–269). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. ISBN 978-0-08-097123-0.
  13. Carlton, J.S. (2012). Propeller Performance Characteristics. (pp. 79–136). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. ISBN 978-0-08-097124-7.
  14. Carlton, J.S. (2012). Propeller Tolerances and Inspection. (pp. 495–500). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. ISBN 978-0-08-097124-7.
  15. Carlton, J.S. (2012). Propeller, Ship and Rudder Interaction. (pp. 271–298). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. ISBN 978-0-08-097124-7.
  16. Carlton, J.S. (2012). Propulsion Systems. (pp. 11–28). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. ISBN 978-0-08-097124-7.
  17. Carlton, J.S. (2012). Service Performance and Analysis. (pp. 469–493). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. ISBN 978-0-08-097124-7.
  18. Carlton, J.S. (2012). Ship Resistance and Propulsion. (pp. 299–332). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. ISBN 978-0-08-097124-7.
  19. Carlton, J.S. (2012). The Early Development of the Screw Propeller. (pp. 1–9). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. ISBN 978-0-08-097124-7.
  20. Carlton, J.S. (2012). The Propeller Environment. (pp. 47–56). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. ISBN 978-0-08-097124-7.
  21. Carlton, J.S. (2012). The Ship Wake Field. (pp. 57–78). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. ISBN 978-0-08-097124-7.
  22. Carlton, J.S. (2012). Theoretical and Analytical Methods Relating to Propeller Action. (pp. 169–207). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. ISBN 978-0-08-097124-7.
  23. Carlton, J.S. (2012). Theoretical Methods - Basic Concepts. (pp. 137–167). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. ISBN 978-0-08-097124-7.
  24. Carlton, J.S. (2012). Thrust Augmentation Devices. (pp. 333–342). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. ISBN 978-0-08-097124-7.
  25. Carlton, J.S. (2012). Transverse Thrusters. (pp. 343–352). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. ISBN 978-0-08-097124-7.
  26. Carlton, J.S. (2012). Waterjet Propulsion. (pp. 363–371). ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV. ISBN 978-0-08-097124-7.

Conference Papers and Proceedings (82)

  1. Sun, T., Grattan, K.T.V. and Carlton, J. (2015). A suite of optical fibre sensors for structural condition monitoring. .
  2. Vidakovic, M., Armakolas, I., Sun, T., Carlton, J. and Grattan, K.T.V. (2015). Identification of cavitation signatures using both optical and PZT acoustic sensors. .
  3. Armakolas, I., Carlton, J., Vidakovic, M., Sun, T. and Grattan, K.T.V. (2015). The acoustic signatures of cavitation erosion on grade DH36 steel. .
  4. Patel, U., Carlton, J.S. and Tscholl, M. (2012). Orchestrating problem based learning: A case study of conceptual ship design for non specalists. .
  5. Carlton, J. (2011). Keynote Paper: Cavitation Erosion Dynamics: Some Observations in Relation to Offshore Supply Ships. Offshore Supply Vessel Conf. August, Singapore.
  6. Carlton, J. (2011). Frozen Assets. .
  7. Carlton, J. (2010). Some Options for Future Marine Propulsion. SWZ Conf. April, Delft..
  8. Carlton, J. and Rogers, L., (2010). The Acoustic Emission Technique: Application to Marine Structures and Machinery. Trans. Lloyd’s Register Technology Days 2010 February, Lloyd’s Register, London.
  9. Carlton, J., Smart, R., and Jenkins, V., (2010). The Nuclear Propulsion of Merchant Ships: Aspects of Risk and Regulation. Lloyd’s Register Technology Days 2010 February, Lloyd’s Register, London.
  10. Carlton, J. (2010). The nuclear propulsion of merchchant ships. .
  11. Carlton, J. (2009). Keynote Address on Marine Propulsion. 1st Int. Symp. on Marine Propulsors, smp’09 June, Trondheim, Norway.
  12. Carlton, J., Radosavlijevic, D., and Whitworth, S., (2009). Rudder-Propeller-Hull Interaction: The Results of Some Recent Research, In-Service Problems and their Solutions. 1st Int. Symp. on Marine Propulsors, smp’09 June, Trondheim, Norway.
  13. Carlton, J. (2009). Ship Hydrodynamic Propulsion: Some Contemporary Issues of Propulsive Efficiency, Cavitation and Erosion. Lloyd’s Register Technology Day 2009 February, London, England.
  14. Carlton, J. and Dabbs, E., (2009). The Influence of Ship Underwater Noise Emissions on Marine Mammals. Lloyd’s Register Technology Day 2009 February, London, England.
  15. Carlton, J. (2009). Ship Hydrodynamic propulsion: some contemporary issue of propulsive efficiency, cavitation and erosion. Lloyd’s Register Technology Day Proceedings .
  16. Carlton, J. (2008). Acoustic Emissions and Hull Integrity. .
  17. Carlton, J. (2008). Hydrodynamic Considerations in Fuel Efficiency. .
  18. Carlton, J. (2007). Twin Screw Propulsion: Some Aspects of Propulsion Efficiency and Manoeuvrability in relation to Redundancy. STG Conference October, Hamburg.
  19. Carlton, J. (2007). Ship Hydrodynamic Propulsion: Some Current Issues. Lloyd’s Register Conference October, Aalesund, Norway.
  20. Carlton, J. (2007). Container Ships: Propeller Induced Loadings and Cavitation Dynamics during Free Running and Manoeuvring. BOXSHIP October, Hamburg.
  21. Carlton, J. (2006). Some Options to Enhance the Propulsion Efficiency of Container Ships. BOXSHIP Conf. December, Shanghai.
  22. Carlton, J. and Fitzsimmons, P.A., (2006). Full Scale Cavitation Observations Relating to Propellers. 6th Int. Symp. CAV2006 September, Wageningen.
  23. Carlton, J. (2006). Aspects of the Propulsion of a 250000 m3 LNG Ship. ICSOT 2006 Conf. September, Busan.
  24. Carlton, J., Fitzsimmons, P.A., and Radosavlijevic, D., (2006). Factors Influencing Rudder Erosion: Experience of Computational Methods, Model Tests and Full Scale Observations. NAV2006 Conf. June, Genoa.
  25. Carlton, J. and Rattenbury, N., (2006). Aspects of the Hydro-Mechanical Interaction in Relation to Podded Propulsor Loads. T-POD Conf. Brest.
  26. Carlton, J. and Vlassic, D., (2005). Ship Vibration and Noise: Some Topical Aspects. 1st Int. Noise and Vibration Conf. June, London, England.
  27. Carlton, J. and Fitzsimmons, P.A., (2004). Cavitation: Some Full Scale Experience of Complex Structures and Methods of Analysis and Observation. 27th American Towing Tank Conf. August, St John’s Nfdl. Canada.
  28. Carlton, J. (2004). Some Recent Experience with Double Hull Tankers. Double Hull Tanker Conf, Trans RINA January.
  29. Carlton, J. (2003). Failure Investigations: The Results of Some Recent Studies in the Marine Industry. 10th CF/DRDC Mtg. on Naval Applications of Materials Technology May, Halifax NS, Canada.
  30. Carlton, J. (2003). Techniques for Ship and Machinery Failure Investigation and Performance Assessment. Greek CIMAC Assoc. Mtg. April, Athens.
  31. Carlton, J. (2002). Waterjet Propulsion: Some Recent Full Scale Experience. 2nd Pusan National University Colloquium December, South Korea.
  32. Carlton, J. and McMorris, S, (2002). Passenger and Crew Accommodation Comfort: The Optimisation of the Shipboard Environment. Sea Trade Med Conf. September, Genoa, Italy.
  33. Carlton, J. (2002). The Condition Monitoring of Ships: Some Current Aspects. Conf. on Emerging and Structural Condition Monitoring Technologies for Defence Applications June, Hull, Canada.
  34. Carlton, J. (2002). Podded Propulsors: Some Design and Service Experience. The Motor Ship Conf. April, Copenhagen.
  35. Carlton, J. (2002). Some Lessons Learnt from Marine Failure Investigation and their Implication for Ship Design and Operation. Trans. R.I.N.A. Marine Accidents II Conf. March, London, England.
  36. Carlton, J. (2002). Podded Propulsion: Some Design, Analysis and Risk Issues. MOD(N) Symposium January, Abbey Wood.
  37. Carlton, J. (2001). High Power and Speed Ship Propulsion: Some Aspects of Cavitation Performance. 2nd Ship Propulsion Systems Conf. October, Hamburg.
  38. Carlton, J. (2001). Condition Monitoring of the Machinery and Structure of Ships. 20th ACT Club Plenary Meeting October, Univ. Strathclyde, Glasgow.
  39. Carlton, J. (2001). Performance and Condition Monitoring. Computer Equipment in Ships Conf. Trans. I.Mar.E. September, London.
  40. Carlton, J. (2001). The Propulsion of Large Container Ships: A Note on the Propulsion Options. 2001 Int. Colloquium on Naval Architecture & Ocean Engineering May, Pusan.
  41. Carlton, J. (2000). Developments and Experience Relating to Propulsion Technology. Lloyd’s List Propulsion Conference December, Manchester.
  42. Carlton, J. (2000). Fast Ships: Some Propulsion, Vibration and Noise Considerations. Propulsion 2000 Conference, I.Mar.E. October, London, England.
  43. Carlton, J. (2000). Experience in Resolving Ship Cavitation Problems: The Relative Contributions of Computations, Ship and Model Scale Measurements. NCT’50 Conf. April, Newcastle upon Tyne.
  44. Carlton, J. (2000). Factors Influencing the Alignment of Marine Shafting. The Motor Ship Conf. March, London, England.
  45. Carlton, J. (1999). High Speed Craft - Some Full Scale Problems Encountered and their Solution. November, London.
  46. Carlton, J. and Maguire, J., (1999). The Investigation of Failures Relating to the Power Industry. CARILEC Annual Mtg. Kingston, Jamaica.
  47. Carlton, J. (1998). The Investigation of Engineering Failure at Full Scale. BSSM Conf. Oxford.
  48. Carlton, J. (1997). Experience of Using Computational Fluid Dynamics Methods in Marine Engineering Investigations. Int. CFD Conf. Ulsteinvik, Norway.
  49. Carlton, J. (1996). Machinery Induced Vibration and Noise in Ships - Some Considerations Based on Full Scale Measurement, Analysis and Research. Int. Mar. Eng. Conference November, Shanghai.
  50. Carlton, J. (1996). Recent Operational Experience and Research Relating to Marine Machinery Condition Monitoring. I.Mar.E. November, London, England.
  51. Carlton, J. and White, M., (1996). The Use of Strain Gauge Methods in Marine Machinery Failure Investigations. BSSM Conference August, Exeter.
  52. Carlton, J. (1996). Marine Machinery Condition Monitoring: Some Results of Recent Research and Operational Experience. Mari-Tech ‘96 June, Quebec.
  53. Carlton, J. (1995). Some Environmental Considerations and their Influence on the Design and Operation of Ships. 21st Century Shipping Conference November, Sydney.
  54. Carlton, J. (1995). Cavitation: Ship Problems and Solutions. PROPCAV ‘95 Conference May, Newcastle upon Tyne.
  55. Carlton, J. (1995). Some Environmental Aspects of Cruise Ship Design and Operation. Seatrade Cruise Ship Conf. MIAMI.
  56. Carlton, J. (1995). Recent Condition Monitoring, Environmental and Propulsion Research - Some Results and Implications from Lloyd's Register's Engineering Research Programme Relating to Cruise Ships. MARAD Symp WASHINGTON.
  57. Carlton, J. (1995). Exhaust Emissions: Results from Shipboard Measurements and Regional Surveys. ISME Conf. Tokyo.
  58. Carlton, J. and Wright, A., (1994). Marine Exhaust Emissions - A Regional Survey of the English Channel. March, London, England.
  59. Carlton, J. (1994). Marine Exhaust Emissions - An Overview of Current Trends and Research. Seminar in Reykjavik.
  60. Carlton, J. (1994). Exhaust Emissions from Large Diesel Engines - The Results of In-Service Measurements and Theoretical Prediction from Marine Engines. Conference on Power Generation and the Environment, I.Mech.E London, England.
  61. Carlton, J. (1994). The Implications of Some Recent Condition Monitoring, Environmental and Hydrodynamic Research on Marine Propulsion and Auxiliary Machinery Design. New Orleans.
  62. Carlton, J. (1994). Condition Monitoring for Marine Engineering. Trans. I.Mar.E., CPD Seminar .
  63. Carlton, J. and Fitzsimmons, P.A., (1994). Full Scale Experience Relating to Propeller and Rudder Hydrodynamics and the Associated Model and Theoretical Correlation. International Shipbuilding Conference St Petersburg.
  64. Carlton, J. (1994). Marine Machinery Condition Monitoring - Recent Operational Experience & Research. MARTEC '94 Symposium New Zealand.
  65. Carlton, J. and Gee, P, (1994). Marine Machinery Condition Monitoring – The Influence of Recent Research on Survey and Operational Procedures. INMARCO ’94 Conf. India.
  66. Carlton, J. (1993). A Summary of Some European Marine Pollution Research. ICMES 93, Marine System Design and Operation September, Hamburg.
  67. Carlton, J. (1993). An Overview of the Environmental Situation Concerning Combustion Engines. Europort Diesel Engine Symposium 93 Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  68. Carlton, J. (1992). Lloyd’s Register’s Work in Marine Based Air Pollution and its Relationship to other Work in the Field. RINA/I.Mar.E. Joint Southern Branch Meeting Lecture November.
  69. Carlton, J. and Reynolds, G., (1992). Lloyd’s Register’s Work in Marine Based Air Pollution and its Relationship to other Work in the Field. Lecture to the Nordic Committee August.
  70. Carlton, J. and Kozousek, V, (1992). Trends in Marine Technology towards the Year 2000. Cyprus.
  71. Carlton, J. (1992). Full Scale Marine Cavitation: Problems and Solutions using Physical and Numerical Modelling. Cavitation Conf., Trans. I.Mech.E. .
  72. Carlton, J. (1992). Marine Exhaust Emissions – Factors Affecting Them and Their Significance. International Environment 92 .
  73. Carlton, J. and Wright. A., (1990). Marine Diesel Engine Exhaust Emissions when Operating with Variable Quality Fuel and Under Service Conditions. Trans. I.Mar.E, IMAS 90 LONDON.
  74. Carlton, J. and Reynolds, G., (1990). Test Bed and Operational Routes to the Assessment of the Marine Exhaust Contribution to Atmospheric Pollution. EMEP Workshop Oslo.
  75. Carlton, J. (1989). Propeller Service Experience. 7th Lips Symposium Noordwijk.
  76. Carlton, J. and Parsons, H.D., (1989). Ship Service Performance Analysis - Present Capabilities and Future Trends. Trans. I.Mar.E., IMAS 89 Athens.
  77. Carlton, J. (1989). The Application of Computer Control Systems to the Marine Environment. 12th WEGEMT School London, England.
  78. Carlton, J. and Wright, A, (1989). Fuel Oil Quality, Engine Operation and Condition and their Combined Influence on Marine Exhaust Emissions. Lloyd’s Register LONDON.
  79. Carlton, J. (1988). Ship Performance and Condition Monitoring. 18th Internationale Tagung der Ingenieurhochschule fur Seefahrt Rostock.
  80. Carlton, J. (1981). Aspects of the Interaction between the Theory and Practice of Marine Propellers. MARINTEC Shanghai, China.
  81. Carlton, J. Propulsion Shaft Coupling Bolt Failures. .
  82. Carlton, J. Cavitation Erosion Dynamics: Basic Considerations for a Failure Model. .

Journal Articles (46)

  1. Vidakovic, M., McCague, C., Armakolas, I., Sun, T., Carlton, J.S. and Grattan, K.T.V. (2016). Fibre bragg grating-based cascaded acoustic sensors for potential marine structural condition monitoring. Journal of Lightwave Technology, 34(19), pp. 4473–4478. doi:10.1109/JLT.2016.2587161.
  2. Javdani, S., Fabian, M., Carlton, J.S., Sun, T. and Grattan, K.T.V. (2016). Underwater Free-Vibration Analysis of Full-Scale Marine Propeller Using a Fiber Bragg Grating-Based Sensor System. IEEE Sensors Journal, 16(4), pp. 946–953. doi:10.1109/JSEN.2015.2490478.
  3. Carlton, J.S. (2015). Broadband cavitation excitation in ships. Ships and Offshore Structures, 10(3), pp. 302–307. doi:10.1080/17445302.2014.942076.
  4. Javdani, S., Fabian, M., Ams, M., Carlton, J., Sun, T. and Grattan, K.T.V. (2014). Fiber bragg grating-based system for 2-D analysis of vibrational modes of a steel propeller blade. Journal of Lightwave Technology, 32(23), pp. 3991–3997. doi:10.1109/JLT.2014.2361631.
  5. Carlton, J. (2013). The Challenges of Future Ship Propulsion. JOURNAL OF MARINE ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, 12(2), pp. 2–2.
  6. Browne, C., Brazier, J., Carlton, J., Alavi, Y. and Jofre-Bonet, M. (2012). Estimating quality-adjusted life years from patient-reported visual functioning. Eye (Lond), 26(10), pp. 1295–1301. doi:10.1038/eye.2012.137.
  7. Carlton, J.S., Smart, R. and Jenkins, V. (2011). The nuclear propulsion of merchant ships: Aspects of engineering, science and technology. JOURNAL OF MARINE ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY, 10(2), pp. 47–59.
  8. Carlton, J. (2007). Machinery Induced Vibration and Noise in Ships – Some Considerations Based on Full Scale Measurement, Analysis and Research. Marine Engineers’ Review .
  9. Carlton, J. (2007). Cavitation: Ship Problems and Solutions. Horizon, Lloyd’s Register .
  10. Carlton, J. (2006). Podded Propulsors: Some Results of Research and Full Scale Experience. Trans. I.Mar.EST. .
  11. Carlton, J. (2006). The Propulsion of a 12500teu Container Ship. Trans I.Mar.EST .
  12. Carlton, J. and Ball, W., (2006). Podded Propulsor Shaft Loads from Free Running Model Experiments in Calm-Water and Waves. J. of Maritime Eng.,Trans. R.I.N.A, 148,PartA4 .
  13. Carlton, J. and Ball, W., (2006). Podded Propulsor Shaft Loads from Model Experiments for Berthing Manoeuvres. J. of Maritime Eng. ,Trans. R.I.N.A., 148,PartA4 .
  14. Carlton, J. (2005). A Note on Bolted Rudder Stock Flange Connections. Trans. LRTA, Paper No.9, Session 2004/5. .
  15. Carlton, J. (2004). Retaining Knowledge. MER .
  16. Carlton, J. (2004). Afterbody Slamming. The Naval Architect .
  17. Carlton, J. (2004). Condition Monitoring. MER .
  18. Carlton, J. (2004). Factors Affecting Fatigue Life. MER .
  19. Carlton, J. (2004). Shaft Alignment. MER .
  20. Carlton, J. (2004). A Decade of Double-Hull Tankers. Horizons Magazine .
  21. Carlton, J. (2004). Ship Vibration in Relation to Comfort. Cruise Business Review .
  22. Carlton, J. (2003). Passenger Comfort. Article for the World Cruise Industry Review .
  23. Carlton, J., Moores, C., , Veitch, B., , Bose, N, and Jones, S, (2002). Multi-Component Blade Load Measurements on a Propeller in Ice. Trans. S.N.A.M.E. .
  24. Carlton, J., Friesch, J., and Smogli, H., (2002). Cruise Ship Design. Lloyd’s Cruise International .
  25. Carlton, J. (2000). The Alignment of Marine Propulsion Shafting. MER .
  26. Carlton, J. and Bantham, I., (1999). Aspects of Single Screw Ship Technology. LRTA, Paper No. 1, Session 1999/2000 .
  27. Carlton, J. (1998). The Technical Investigation Department - 50 Years of Operation. LRTA, Paper No. 1, Session 1997/8 .
  28. Carlton, J. and Holland, C., (1998). Aspects of Twin Screw Ship Technology. LRTA, Paper No. 6, Session 1998/9 .
  29. Carlton, J. and Bantham, I., (1997). Experience Gained from 50 Years of Marine Failure Investigation. Trans. I.Mar.E. .
  30. Carlton, J. and Holland, C., (1995). Condition Monitoring of Marine Machinery – Recent Research and Operational Experience. Paper No. 6, Trans LRTA,Session 1994-95 .
  31. Carlton, J. and Wright, A.A., (1995). Exhaust Emissions from Marine Diesel Engines. Paper No. 2, Trans LRTA, Session 1994-95 .
  32. Carlton, J. (1994). Practical Implications of NOx Exhaust Emission Regulation Enforcement. MER .
  33. Carlton, J. (1994). The Influence of NOx Controls on New Marine Diesel Engines. MER .
  34. Carlton, J. (1993). on the Proposed Legislation Relating to NOx Emissions from Ship Exhaust Stacks. MER .
  35. Carlton, J. (1993). Hydrodynamic Aspects of Ship Propulsion - Results of Service Experience. Trans. I.Mar.E. .
  36. Carlton, J. (1992). Progress in Hydrodynamic Propulsion. 100A1 Magazine, (2) .
  37. Carlton, J. (1990). Keeping Marine Exhaust Emissions in Check. 100A1 Magazine, (1) .
  38. Carlton, J. (1990). Propeller Service Experience; Some Hydrodynamic and Mechanical Considerations. Trans. L.R.T.A. .
  39. Carlton, J. (1989). Ships without Propellers. 100A1 Magazine,4th Quarter .
  40. Carlton, J. (1989). Energy Saving Devices. 100A1 Magazine, 4th Quarter .
  41. Carlton, J. (1987). Vibration Analysis in the Marine Engineering Environment. MER Marine Engineers Review .
  42. Carlton, J. (1984). Marine Propeller Blade Stresses. Trans. I.Mar.E. p. 15 PP..
  43. Carlton, J. (1983). Propeller CavitationPropeller Cavitation. 100A1 Magazine .
  44. Carlton, J. (1980). The Strength of Marine Propeller Blades. Trans. L.R.T.A. .
  45. Carlton, J. and Bantham, I., (1978). Full Scale Experience Relating to the Propeller and its Environment. Trans. S.N.A.M.E. .
  46. Carlton, J., Hawdon, L., and Leathard, F.I., (1975). The Analysis of Controllable Pitch Propellers at Off-Design Conditions. Trans. I.Mar.E. .

Reports (2)

  1. Carlton, J. (2008). Some Current Issues with Cavitation and Propeller-Rudder Interaction..
  2. Carlton, J. (2006). The Propulsion of a 12500 teu Container Ship. The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology.

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