ISO 12215-10 2020 Update - Scantling aluminum boats

Discussion in 'Class Societies' started by FrancescoRossi, Dec 2, 2021.

  1. FrancescoRossi
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    Hi everyone,
    does someone have experience with the new updated scantling rule?
    I'm about to start two new projects one 45 and one 50 feet aluminum hull
    and i wanted hear from you if someone interested help us with some scantlings reports etc.

    Many thanks
    Francesco
     
  2. TANSL
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    Could you send me an email with more details about your projects and what you need for them?. ISO 12215-10 refers only to rigging. My email : tansl02@hotmail.com
     
  3. FrancescoRossi
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    FrancescoRossi New Member

    Good day TANSL,
    thanks for your message
    My typing mistake I was referring to 12215-5: 2019 in force from June 2021.
    What's needed are the panel scantlings and stiffeners (bottom, side, decks and superstructure) along with a report to present IMCI for file.
    I can share with you the two GA of the boats so you can have a look.
    Francesco
     
  4. TANSL
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    Okay, please send me the information you have, I'll take a look at it and we can talk about more concrete things.
     
  5. Ad Hoc
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    Welcome to the forum Francesco..

    What in particular would you like help with?
    Posting will assist others that may be in a similar situation as you too ...
     
  6. TANSL
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    It's pretty clear, don't you think? :
     
  7. Ad Hoc
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    Well, other posters don't think so:

    QED
     

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