body plan and offset of catamaran

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  1. elaheh
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    elaheh Junior Member

    Hi
    I need offset and body plan of a catamaran with pax 150.
    it's a student project and really i don't know what should i do.
    my catamaran speed is 32 kn.
     
  2. gonzo
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    gonzo Senior Member

    What are you a student of?
     
  3. elaheh
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    elaheh Junior Member

    I'm student of marine engineering at Tehran Polytechnic.
    actually I'm looking for a catamaran's body plan and offset and arrangement and ...
    I'll be so thankful if you help me through.
     
  4. Ad Hoc
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    what is the objective??....it seems odd to have a request for a lines of 150pax vessel. What is the relevance of the 150pax?....if you need a lines plan...you need a lines plan....if you need one for 150 pax AND 32knots...then you must design a hull suitable for such an SOR.
     
  5. daiquiri
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    daiquiri Engineering and Design

    What I don't get is whether you have got an assignment to design a 150 pax catamaran, or an assignment to find lines plan of an existing catamaran...?
     
  6. elaheh
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    elaheh Junior Member

    I'm looking specifically for body plan and offset and arrangement of an 150 pax catamaran passenger ship which can have an operational speed of 32 knots.
    but I'm not sure that i can find the exact sample,so i asked you either you got any sample like this or not!

    I want an assignment to find lines plan of an existing catamaran:)
     
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    gonzo Senior Member

    What is the project. Certainly it has to be more than just finding a design.
     
  8. elaheh
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    elaheh Junior Member

    hi
    we should take a catamaran offset and arrangement and mach it with our catamaran.
    thx
     
  9. Mr Efficiency
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    Mr Efficiency Senior Member

    What's wrong with you guys ? Haven't you got a set of plans lying around to hand over to Elaheh to save him the bother and cost ? No help at all.....:D
     
  10. Ad Hoc
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    Why ask for another, if you already have a catamaran hull lines?

    If you are a student, this shall be suffice.

    If you are a designing/building a commerical 150pax vessel....then you have to pay someone for this information.
     
  11. afshinzkh
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    afshinzkh New Member

    guys let me take this straight , I have the same assignment as Elaheh , we just want a simple body plan for a catamaran and as long as i know i can modify any catamaran body plan to reach my own ship, so just a body plan of any kind of catamaran.... anyone????? pleeease????
     

  12. Ad Hoc
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    There are plenty in technical papers. If you're a student just search, it is not rocket science to search a library!! This is one from Prof. Molland, he has many papers with cat hulls.

    Molland Body Plan of Cat.jpg
     
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