design of small water craft - marine designer needed

Discussion in 'Services & Employment' started by Gazebo, Jul 16, 2013.

  1. Gazebo
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    Gazebo New Member

    Order a design of small water craft.

    Scope of the project:
    - Design a semi-V hull - Length 7.5 feet
    - Hydrostatics and stability analysis
    - Speed ​​/ power analysis and optimization (planning hull Savitsky prediction)
    - Weight / cost tracking
    - The strength and construction of the hull and deck
    - Materials and lamination technology

    Ultimately, we want to get a complete detailed design of the hull and deck meet predefined specifications.

    Please submit an offer: gazebo19600218@wp.pl
     
  2. daiquiri
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    daiquiri Engineering and Design

    7.5 feet? Is that an error?
     
  3. JSL
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    JSL Senior Member

    Is this a model, a real boat, or a dinghy joke.
     
  4. DCockey
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    My guess (only a guess) is the length should have been listed as 7.5 meters.
     
  5. bluesketcher
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    Small semi-v... jetski sized ???
     
  6. daiquiri
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    What does "semi-V" mean?
     
  7. bluesketcher
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    I called boats semi-v where they get less pointy and more rounded/more flat for the back running surface.
     
  8. JSL
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    JSL Senior Member

    It sounds like 'modified v' or the older term, 'warped bottom'. As opposed to a 'constant V', constant deadrise, monohedron, or prismatic hull form.
     
  9. bluesketcher
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    Chapman Piloting uses "modifed v"
    "The modified V has a deep V in the front and tapers off to a shallow V in the stern"
     
  10. bertho
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    bertho bertho

    Hoops..
    perhaps semi V is one side in V and the other side flat ?
    kidding..
    bertho
     

  11. JSL
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    Already done.... the boat's name was "I Lean".
     
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