Calculation of the damaged stability of a pushboat 3150hp with Orca3D and Sea Hydro

Discussion in 'Stability' started by Rabah, May 5, 2016.

  1. Rabah
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    Rabah Senior Member

    Hello everyone,
    Plug in of Rhino - Orca3D, still has no function for unsinkability calculation. But I have had time to calculate unsinkability of a pushboat using full capacities of the program Orca3D applying successive approximations on the method of a reception of a liquid load.
    I shall not take particulars, only I shall acquaint final outputs. Thus you will see the comparative table in which published and outcomes of calculation too the events of a loads for the intact and damaged vessel, made on Russian program Sea Hydro.
    The explanatory text is shown and with translation in Russian.
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  2. Rabah
    Joined: Mar 2014
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    Location: Bulgaria

    Rabah Senior Member

    Hi All,
    Those of you which are interested in details how I have made the unsinkability calculation of the pushboat 3150 hp with program Orca3D, with successive approximations on the method of the reception of a liquid load, can learn all this from explanatory files which I have added here in two versions - on English and in Russian.
    Те из вас, которые интересуются в деталях каким образом я сделал расчет непотопляемости толкача 3150 hp на программу Orca3D с последовательными приближениями по способу приема жидкого груза, могут узнать все это из объяснительных файлов которые здесь добавил в два варианта – на английском и на русском языке.
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    NA Razmik Baharyan
     
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