basic ship theory

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  1. sirhamid
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    sirhamid Junior Member

    dear all
    hi
    when i read the chapter 7 of basic ship theory book,i find some problem in end of that's chapter.
    who can help me to solve the problems no.1 and 2?
     
  2. sirhamid
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    sirhamid Junior Member

    problem 7-1&2

    basic ship theory
    vol-1
    pages 281-282 (attached)
     
  3. TANSL
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    Why do you suppose that others know what book you are talking about ?. Why not give us any more information ?, will serve so we can better assist you
     
  4. NavalSArtichoke
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    I think the poster is talking about Basic Ship Theory by Rawson & Tupper, a well-known NA text for almost 50 years.

    Unfortunately, his attachment did not make it onto his post.
     
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    Probably you are right but as he does not write in capital letters the title I thought he was referring to a book on basic theory of the ship, without specifying further.
     
  6. Ad Hoc
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    Sirhamid

    I am assuming that the problems have not changed over the reprints.

    Thus for no.1, for starters:

    The compressive stress of 100MN/m2 this can be used to calculate the applied compressive load, P, on the long.t member. Since you are given the properties of the structural member, which includes the cross sectional area.

    You are then given the draft, thus you can calculate the applied hydrostatic pressure to be applied over the frame spacing.

    So looking at fig.7.2 (table of common beam problems), the forth problem has, a simply supported beam, with an applied end compressive load and a UDL.

    This is exactly the same problem...thus, of you go.... :)
     
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    NavalSArtichoke Senior Member

    I don't know if I would take that bet.

    BST is now in its Fifth Edition (2001).

    My bootleg copy gives the following problems at the end of Chap. 7:

    1. A bottom longitudinal is in an area subject to an end compressive stress of 100 N/mm^2 and is at a still water draught of 4 m. ...

    2. A transverse floor in a double bottom is 53 cm deep and 1.6 cm thick. ...
     
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    Mine is 3rd Edn 1984 I bought when a student...no such thing as pdf then!!

    Yup...that's what mine says too.
     
  9. sirhamid
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    oh , sorry all
    i think this book is a general text.
    so sorry about that TANSL.

    and tanx to AD-HOC for the present information.

    but i hope find the "solution manual" of this book problems.
     
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    There isn't a "solution manual" that accompanies the book. You must work out the examples yourself :p
     

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    There is only one short cut in engineering and naval architecture,
    and that is realizing that there are no shortcuts.
     
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