auto hydrodamage stability

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  1. nithink55
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    nithink55 New Member

    can anyone please give me damage stability run file..
    thanks in advance :)
     
  2. TANSL
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  3. hellojaby
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    U can used the sample run files in the install folder.

    the one sample:
    Code:
    FldPt (1) "Opening No1 Stb" 29f 7s 23
    FldPt (2) "Opening No1 Port" 29f 7p 23
    
    CrtPt (1) "Opening No2 Stb" 43f 12s 17
    CrtPt (2) "Opening No2 Port" 43f 12p 17
    CrtPt (3) "Opening No3 Stb" 146f 10s 17
    CrtPt (4) "Opening No3 Port" 146f 10p 17
    
    Limit title MARPOL DAMAGE STABILITY
    Limit (1) Abs Angle at Equil < 25
    Limit (2) Angle from Equil to RA0 > 20
    Limit (3) RA at Max > .1
    Limit (4) Area from Equil to RA0 > .0175
    
    Weight 36.36 @ 3a 36.36 @ 8f; 92.29 @ 8f 92.29 @ 35f; 57.14 @ 35f 57.14 @ 42f; 34.14 @ 42f 34.14 @ 124f; 31.81 @ 124f 31.81 @ 144f; 38.1 @ 144f 38.1 @ 165f; 26.67 @ 165f 26.67 @ 180f
    vcg 10.5
    
    note Damage No1 Condition
    
    Add "Crew and Effects" 2 15f 0 21
    Add "Stores" 3.2 12f 0 18
    
    Load (HFO.*) 1
    Load (DO.P) 1
    Load (FW.S) 1
    
    Load (H2.C) .98
    Load (H4.C) .98
    Load (H6.C) .5
    
    Load (FP.C) 1
    Load (CW.C) 1
    
    Type (FW.S) Flooded
    Type (HFO.S) Flooded
    Type (ER.C) Flooded
    
    so
    status
    ra /lim /notes
    
    Load (*) 0
    Delete all weights
    Type (*) Intact
    
    note Damage No2 Condition
    
    Add "Crew and Effects" 2 15f 0 21
    Add "Stores" 3.2 12f 0 18
    
    Load (HFO.*) .25
    Load (DO.P) .25
    Load (FW.S) .25
    
    Load (H2.C) .98
    Load (H6.C) .5
    
    Load (FP.C) 1
    Load (CW.C) 1
    
    Type (WB3.S) Flooded
    Type (WB2.S) Flooded
    Type (H3.S) Flooded
    Type (H4.C) Flooded
    
    so
    status
    ra /lim /notes
    
     

  4. navalscantler
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    navalscantler Junior Member

    MAX VCG for damage stability criteria

    Could anyone please help me, I have created run file for MAXVCG for damage stability criteria, as shown as in the below
    read MA.GF

    `clear all previous report
    clear report
    un mt

    note {bold}{center} MAX VCG DATA

    LBP 0 to 410

    `setup flooding points
    FLDPT
    FLDPT (1) "Emergency generator room door" 28f, 30.5, 37.1

    `add limit criteria by ICLL CODE
    limit off
    LIMIT (1) ABSOLUTE ANGLE AT EQUIL <15
    LIMIT (2) ANGLE FROM EQUIL TO RA0 OR FLD >20
    LIMIT (3) ANGLE FROM EQUIL TO RA0 OR DI >20
    LIMIT (4) RA AT MAX OR 20 > 0.1
    LIMIT (5) AREA FROM EQUIL TO 20 < 0.0175
    LIMIT (6) GM > 0.00001


    `Allowable KG
    Note Set angles from 1 to 30 by 1
    angles 1,2,3,...,40
    heel 1s
    `GHS 3,3.5,...,20 /KM
    `angles *
    vcg 0.0001


    trim: 0.2a
    maxvcg draft@ms=8,8.5,...,20
    page

    `trim: 0/
    `maxvcg draft@ms=3,3.5,...,20
    `page

    but it doesn't work due to command which include "equ" or "gz0"..

    It did work well for Intact criteria which limits are

    LIMIT OFF
    LIMIT TITLE GENERAL CRITERIA (IMO A749 ch.3.1)
    LIMIT AREA FROM 0 TO 30 > 0.055
    LIMIT AREA FROM 0 TO 40 OR FLD > 0.090
    LIMIT AREA FROM 30 TO 40 OR FLD > 0.030
    LIMIT RA AT 30 > 0.200
    LIMIT ABSOLUTE ANGLE AT MAX > 25
    LIMIT GM > 0.150

    Could anyone please share the idea of running MAXVCG of damage criteria or share the run file for running the MAXVCG for damage criteria,
    your help would be appreciated so much..

    Best Regards,
     
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