MAXSurf Stability criteria available

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  1. leegrace
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    Hi,

    I am looking into MaxSurf and hoping to get an answer on here faster than through the Bentley enquiries maze. Could anyone post a screenshot of the stability criteria that are programmed into Maxsurf? In particular under the IMO/ABS/DNV tabs.

    Or maybe easier to answer, their main page talks about offshore structure analysis and their multihull webinar mentioned semi submersibles. Has anyone successfully completed a stability analysis to MODU criteria with Maxsurf?
     
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    Thank you very much for the info. Looks like what I need is covered so time to relearn Maxsurf in its new format
     
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    Does anyone have experience in working with GHS files (.GF) importing and exporting in and out of Maxsurf? We have a substantial database of previous files and projects that we are hoping to be able to use/reference/modify/reference and then maybe have to export out again from Maxsurf into GHS files as some clients only have GHS.
     

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