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Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by Olusegun, Mar 16, 2015.

  1. whitepointer23

    whitepointer23 Previous Member

    Ok Tansl. Your replies come across different to what you intend. Which is not hard to do on the net. I am guilty of it more often than not.
     
  2. TANSL
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    TANSL Senior Member

    FMS, I totally agree with you. Without a SOR is not possible to design a ship.
    What I have tried to explain is that in a passenger catamaran, the normal "loads on-deck" is not a defining element of deck's structure. Assuming a load of 4 persons / square meter, the value is much lower than the stresses occurring due to relative motion between the hulls. These loads, which do have to consider for scantling the deck, wet deck and its internal structure is not possible, or at least is not normal, define them in the SOR. Therefore, certain statements may lead to embarrass Olusegun and not good to give advice if you do not know what we are talking about.
    My advice, for such a large ship, is that a small SOR is made (as indicated by FMS), not final, and contact with NA to help him to develop the final SOR and perform many calculations this project needs. Frankly, I'm afraid Olusegun not capable, by him self, even to write the final SOR.
     
  3. rwatson
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  4. Olusegun
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    Olusegun engr

    Hello gentlemen,
    i need a surface drive for this boat detail bellow i was thinking of saro spt600h but dont think will get 25knot
    can you help
    LOA 26M

    BEAM 5.6M

    DRAFT 1.2 MAX

    DEPTH 3.0M

    HEAD ROOM 2.15M

    ENGINE POWER 410X2

    FUEL DIESEL

    DRIVE SURFACE MXC 400X2

    PROP 25FIX

    STEERING HYDRAULIC

    CAPACITY 100 MAX

    DWT 67 tons
     

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  5. C2 Naval
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    C2 Naval New Member

    Totally agree with FMS and TANSL!
     
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