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### questions about scantling (iso 12215 5-6 :2011)

You can apply H.2.1.12 with EINAl = EINAb. You calculate the two tables H2 with the two bending moments Mdb and Mdl. H3 is for stiffeners only.
Post by: T0x1c, Jun 12, 2013 in forum: Class Societies
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### questions about scantling (iso 12215 5-6 :2011)

Sorry my mistake. Indeed l/b < 2 => apply H.2.1.12 (analysis in the two dimensions)
Post by: T0x1c, Jun 9, 2013 in forum: Class Societies
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### questions about scantling (iso 12215 5-6 :2011)

The equivalent panel would normally be 2300 x 404 mm. But length need not be more than 330 LH, so panel can be taken as 1980 x 404 mm.
Post by: T0x1c, Jun 9, 2013 in forum: Class Societies
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### questions about scantling (iso 12215 5-6 :2011)

Question 1: take l = 1980 mm. Question 2: take b = 0.93 m2 / 2.3 m = 404 mm Question 3: Annex H is for the uncommon case where the material is...
Post by: T0x1c, Jun 5, 2013 in forum: Class Societies
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### Deck construction under windlass / capstan / mooring winches

As mentioned, this is as per ISO 15084, the standard uses UTS. This UTS value is the one of the chain/rope, not the SS bolt. Let's say it is an...
Post by: T0x1c, May 30, 2013 in forum: Boatbuilding
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### Deck construction under windlass / capstan / mooring winches

I don't know about ABS, but in CEN ISO 15084 the anchoring point has to resist a minimum of 125% of the ultimate tensile strength of the rope or...
Post by: T0x1c, May 29, 2013 in forum: Boatbuilding
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### Lagoon 620 - Unsafe at any speed? Or just silly?

95% of Lagoon cats are sold to charter companies -mainly due to the way fiscal incentives work in France and Italy for long term rentals....
Post by: T0x1c, May 29, 2013 in forum: Multihulls