Need help for my project... (lead me the way)

Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by yğzytkn, Apr 2, 2009.

  1. yğzytkn
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    yğzytkn New Member

    Hi,

    For my project i have to design a motorboat.

    Technical Specifications are:

    Loa : 23 m
    Lwl : 19.5 m
    Bmax : 5.8 m
    Bwl : 5.1 m
    T : 1.55 m
    Displacement : 46.5 t
    Cв : 0.3
    Speed : 25 knot



    These are what i have f6r begining. Now what? How can i calculate Am, Awp .. esc..
    And how could i form offset table???

    Need your help to lead the way

    Thanks :)
     
  2. yğzytkn
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    yğzytkn New Member

    No one???:confused: :( :confused:
     
  3. Submarine Tom

    Submarine Tom Previous Member

    ygzytkn,

    Try Googling your specifications and see what you get.

    Good luck!

    Tom
     
    Last edited: Apr 3, 2009
  4. terhohalme
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    terhohalme BEng Boat Technology

    Any book of hydrostatics will do. It's your design project, not ours.
     
  5. yğzytkn
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    yğzytkn New Member

    i didnt say do my project i just ask for help
     
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  7. bhnautika
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    bhnautika Senior Member

    Ygzytkn you have been given the principle dimensions to which you have to work. The Cb is the clue to the way the volume is to be distributed and the speed as Rick has said puts it into the planing boat corner, which points to the hull style. It maybe time to start putting this information to work either on paper or computer. Such things as the relationship between the LOA and DWL and the effect on overhangs are up to you as a designer.Good luck maybe come back with some questions when you have made a start.
     
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