ISO 12217-Part 3

Discussion in 'Stability' started by Dibin_marino, Jun 17, 2016.

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  1. Dibin_marino
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    Hii Everyone,

    Can any one send me the ISO document as mentioned , I'm currently working on a boat of 5.5 m AL , what will the max heeling angle permissible while conducting heel test ?

    Thank you
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    To obtain and use ISO standards, we must pay, and they are not cheap. It is also forbidden to share.
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    The Rulefinder website which contains access to all the relevant ISO Standards for CE certification now has a monthly plan that won't break the bank if you only need access for a limited time for a particular project.

    The standards are very expensive and Rulefinder has worked well for us.

    [Not in anyway connected with nor do I profit from Rulefinder - just find it useful]
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    Dibin_marino Junior Member

    Thank you for your replies
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