GHS Explanation

Discussion in 'Stability' started by bateaudemoi, Jul 29, 2019.

  1. bateaudemoi
    Joined: Jul 2019
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    Location: Canada

    bateaudemoi Junior Member

    I am currently working on a concept design for a small tug. I am a student and I am very new to GHS. I modeled my hull in Rhino and exported a geometry file and a part maker file. The geometry file runs fine and includes the hull and superstructure.
    My goal is to add several tanks through part maker commands before running a stability analysis.
    I am having a lot of trouble understanding how the file types work. I believe that I can add the tanks in a part maker file and then run it to update the geometry however I cannot figure out how exactly to run such a file or how to create a “run file”.
    Any clarification would be greatly appreciated. I’m sorry if this is a painful read for you GHS pros!
     
  2. 91SARATH
    Joined: Jul 2016
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    91SARATH Junior Member

    Please find the below format for your reference.
    CLEAR
    READ 33.GF
    ENTER PM
    TITLE SPS.GF


    CREATE BT_COMP.C
    CONT WB,1.025
    ENDS -15.6,-21.30
    TOP 7.0
    bot 1.2
    out 2.6
    PERMEABILITY 0.98
    fit hull
    COMP
    ENDS -21.30,-25.80
    TOP 7.0
    out 2.6@-21.30,1.50@-25.80
    PERMEABILITY 0.98
    fit hull
    /

    CREATE SGCOMPT.C
    CONT WB,1.025
    ENDS 33,31.2
    TOP 7.0
    OUT 2.0
    PERMEABILITY 0.98
    fit hull
    COMP
    ENDS 31.2,28.2
    TOP 7.0
    OUT 5.4
    PERMEABILITY 0.98
    fit hull
    COMP
    ENDS 28.2,25.2
    TOP 7.0
    OUT 6.940
    PERMEABILITY 0.98
    fit hull
    COMP
    ENDS 25.2,1.2
    TOP 7.0
    IN 3.20
    OUT 4.70
    PERMEABILITY 0.98
    fit hull
    /

    CREATE VOID_AFT.P
    CONT WB,1.025
    ENDS 28.2,25.2
    TOP 7.0
    IN 6.940
    PERMEABILITY 0.98
    fit hull
    /
    WRITE 34.GF
    QUIT
    DISPLAY
    END
     
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