How to calculate LCB and VCB using simpson's rule

Discussion in 'Stability' started by Adeyele, Jun 19, 2012.

  1. Adeyele
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    Adeyele Junior Member

    Dear all,

    Am a student and i need your help on a calculation. i was given a line plan with a SIB, i was told to find the LCB & VCB of the vessel using this line plan.

    Firstly, how can i determine the ordinates from the line plan? the drawing was made on A4 Sheet, and I try to bring out the drawing from the plan but i dont know how to get the value for each ordinates

    secondly, i was asked to use atleast 3 ordinates for the calculation, but when i brought out the 1/2 ordinates, i discover only two of them have the same common interval

    please i need a breakdown formular to calculate this LCB and VCB and how to determine the ordinate value.
     
  2. yipster
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    yipster designer

    Using the search button on top you find simpson rule calcs if you want to do it that way
     
  3. Adeyele
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    Adeyele Junior Member

    LCB calculation using simpson rule

    I saw dat thread in LARGE STABILIY CALC. am nt satisfy wit it
     
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  5. Adeyele
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    Adeyele Junior Member

    Ok. i wil try and check dat nd gt bak to u

    Regards
    Adeyele
     
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