This indispensible guide to ship stability covers essential topics such as flotation and buoyancy, small angle, large angle and longitudinal stability, water density effects, bilging, ship resistance, and advanced hydrostatics. Each chapter has a comprehensive list of aims and objectives at the start of the topic, followed by a check-list at the end of the topic for students to ensure that they have developed all the relevant skills before moving onto the next topic area. The book features over 170 worked examples with fully explained solutions, enabling students to work through the examples to build up their knowledge and develop the necessary key skills. The worked examples, which range in difficulty from very simple one-step solutions to SQA standard exam questions and above, are predominantly based on a hypothetical ship. The reader is supplied with extracts from a typical data book for the ship which replicates those found on actual ships, enabling the reader to develop and practise real-life skills.This can be used to calculate a more accurate value for the true mean draught: LCF 46.81 D I D + Trim a 4 I D r + 1.29 a D I 3.40 m A LCF (LBP) LCr ( 100 ) LCF Therefore, the initial true mean draught can be taken as 3.40 m. The hydrostaticsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Reeds Vol 13: Ship Stability, Powering and Resistance|
|Author||:||Christopher Patterson, Jonathan Ridley|
|Publisher||:||A&C Black - 2014-04-10|