design of small passenger ship

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  1. vignesh
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    ......
     
  2. gonzo
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    The rules you design for are going to define most dimensions.
     
  3. vignesh
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    gONZO,
    I WANT TO DESIGN A SHIP TO CARRY 300 PASSENGER ,THEN HOW CAN I DECIDE MY LINEAR DIMENSION AND OTHER DETAILS ,MOREOVER HOW TO CALCULATE THE VOLUME REQUIRED .

    I NEED INFORMATION ALSO ABOUT SCANTLING RULES FOR SMALL PASSENGER VESSELS UNDER 70 M..
     
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    All caps means you are yelling at me;) Please be courteous. Unless you know what classification rule you are designing to, you can't calculate anything.
     
  5. Tim B
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    No, Vignesh, you need a Naval architecture course. Learn how to design a boat before taking on a design like this. And if you're on the course and this an an assignment, think long and hard about whether this is your true vocation.

    We provide advice, not answers.

    Tim B.
     
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    Vignesh, a 300 passenger ship is a task for a naval architect. You can't design it by yourself just because you need or want one - you would put your passengers' lives in serious danger.
     
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    AMEN!!!
     
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    It's that time of year again folks, the Indian students will be swarming to the net for help with their lessons (again). Considering the typically vague and basic nature of these "requests", it makes one wonder what the hell they're teaching over there.
     
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    so the ark is a possible design! w00t!
    thanks for the link!
     
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