Germanischer Lloyd (GL) rules free

Discussion in 'Class Societies' started by MikeJohns, Jul 17, 2009.

  1. apex1

    apex1 Guest

    Thanks Stu, no dl bar appears. Just the pdf file chapter 2 (which I have in printed matter).
    But I would be interested now how you managed to dl that?

    Richard
     
  2. MikeJohns
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    Richard
    The rules are there in full not just the contents. BUT you need an integrated pdf reader with your browser.
    Re-install the latest free Adobe Acrobat and allow it to install the browser plug-ins.

    cheers
     
  3. apex1

    apex1 Guest

    Yeah................................
    sometimes it´s better to just go to bed.......................
    I have the plug -ins deactivated!!!
    But in general I am ok (peptic). Thanks

    Richard
     
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    As far as I known, there is no such thing as plan approval or CE mark. Only a real boat can have a CE mark.

    The only thing I see for plan is a design review, wich could tell you if the boat is built stricly by plan, might be category A, B,C or D. Not the "might" that implies absolutely no warranty at all as most notified bodies will prefer to check weight or VCG by measures on the real thing, not reading plans. There are often differences in that domain between plans and reality. :p
     
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  5. Guest62110524

    Guest62110524 Previous Member

    ??
    please explain?are you saying the boat I build is not a real boat?
    or that Germanicher do not plan approve real boats? or? merci
    oh I sent pm to you did you receive? a day or so ago
     
  6. valber
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    Germanischer Lloyd (GL) rules Off-line...

    Only Part 3 - Special Craft.
    Enjoy!
     

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    Hi Guys,

    I know its a bit old but for the folks that need it in the future, google this link:
    jpkc.whut.edu.cn/cbjzgyx/.../LR%20Rules/07%20Ships_Part%206.pdf

    And you get the 2007 LR rules, keep on looking with the right search command and you will get the whole series. Safe spending a few 100 bucks.

    Wanted to thank you guys for the help on your forums.
     
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    It says the requested page is not available !!!!
     
  10. valber
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    Germanischer Lloyd (GL) rules off-line...

    Free Adobe Reader should be installed to read rules.

    Here is GL rules edition 2012 (only Part 3 & Part 4)
     

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    Thanks valber....

    where can i get rest of the parts is it free online...............
     
  12. MikeJohns
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    The link is here :
    http://www.gl-group.com/infoServices/rules/pdfs/glrp-e.pdf

    That's a link to all the available online rules. Note that you must have a pdf reader integrated with your web browser (and enabled) to use this. The pdf the above link points to is a list of further links to the various rules.

    I find it doesn't work with the pdf reader integration with Firefox for some reason but works fine with Microsoft's Internet Explorer. So people might need to change a few settings to get the links linking.
     
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    The link doesn't work. Is there an updated link?
     
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