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  1. Dim
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    Part II

    La-La-La
     

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    Part III

    La-La-La again.
     

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    Part IV

    Common info.
     

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    Dim,
    priewjet, sjarasjy pjerwy klas boemaga's, spasiba! (hello, good first class papers, thanks!) and my greek can do too... :p yipster
     
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    I am very glad

    Yipster,
    I understand English while better. I attempt to learn Dutch under the "ABC". I have not many time.:)
    Dim.
     
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    A popular book

    Hi, Yipster. From your posts I fancy that you are not a professional naval architect, so you should orientate to some lower-level professional literature - the one which could provide you every information on ship theory, while presenting the means of calculation that can be easily understood and caried out by laics. I would recommend the "Basic Ship Theory", vol. 1 & 2, from authors Rawson & Tupper. Everything you asked about is there.
     
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    without disrespect for all the above and what i've learned i was reading on this odd site the arch of noach might have been shaped upside down as voight hull. its here i found this rather nice stability simulator ah wait... roll dynamics and stability samples too
    have a look at those simulators and get yourselves capsized, they open from the files on the net without downloading the small files.
     

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    Hi,

    An old thread, but some great info, so here is a BUMP!

    Best regards,
    Robin.
     
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