FRP Scantling Rule for Vacuum Infusion

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  1. gerry.liston
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    gerry.liston Junior Member

    i have a problem in my final project ..
    i'm studying naval architecture in University of Indonesia. I need FRP Scantling rules for vacuum infusion for accomplish my final project. Can you help me?
     
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    When it comes to pleasure craft, whose scantlings are governed by ISO 12215-5, this standard takes into account the procedure used to construct each element, and uses different factors for, among others, the vacuum infusion process .
     
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    Can you give me link about this standard?
     
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    These rules must be purchased and it is forbidden to share. However you can download a program, that I've developed, that will helps you in calculating scantlings for your boat. Use this link to download it: https://www.yousendit.com/download/M3BrWGJQcGttNEl3anNUQw
    I beg you indicate if you have used the program and make me your feedback.

    About ISO Standars, Google ISO 12215-5
     

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    Oke thanks for it, if you have rules it, please share in here. Thanks to help me..:)
     
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