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Old 01-02-2013, 12:15 PM
dzanca dzanca is offline
 
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NEWBEE HERE/ writting tonnage run file?

Any one have any example GHSrun files to share that will allow me to calculate tonnage. I guess more specifically how to have the tonnage command read from previous info already solved instead of having to enter a depth.
At this point i cant even get a status on the report to show what the tonnage calc is.
Or how can i save my keystrokes with the user interface to create a runfile that i can go into to see how the syntax and form is written. I ask this because i can get what i want by manually typing into the command line.
I am using Autohydro Pro 6.5.0 but i know GHS is similar so Ive also checked GHSport.com/support for examples to no avail.

this is what i have:

CLEAR REPORT
CLEAR

READ C:file.GF



UNITS KP /TankVolume: GA
WATER SW
\
LBP 0 TO 188
LB 124
PAGE 0
TRIM 0
HEEL 0

Add "LIGHT SHIP" 9353.45 97.81 0 56.79
SOLVE

STATUS

LO (*.*) 0.0

load (tank 1) 1.0
load (tank 1) 1.0
load (tank 1) 0.0
load (tank 1) 0.0
load (tank 1) 1.0
load (tank 1) 1.0

SOLVE

STATUS

Add "DECK LOAD" 1500 38 0 25

SOLVE
STATUS


READ C:file.GF


SOLVE WE LCG
SO
CmpGroup Clear
` Create component groups:
CmpGroup TNKLST /Description:"TNKLST" /AddComp:TANKS,6,tank 1,tank 1, tank 1,tank 1,tank 1 ,tank 1

hull/to d1:10 /exclude:TNKLST


STATUS


DISK hull.RTF
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