parabolistic damage stability-SOLAS

Discussion in 'Stability' started by e.m.milad, Sep 22, 2015.

  1. e.m.milad
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    Hi every body,
    If any body solve a probabilistic damage stability calculation with autohydro, it is really appreciated if share them here. I need to do same with Autohydro.
     
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  2. NavalSArtichoke
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    The correct term is "probabilistic damage stability".
     
  3. TANSL
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    The correct term is "probabilistic calculation". Stability after damage is not probabilistic.
     
  4. NavalSArtichoke
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    The current SOLAS damage stability method is indeed referred to as "probabilistic damage stability", as can be seen in this publication from Lloyd's Register:

    http://www.skibstekniskselskab.dk/p.../5 nov 07/Den 5 nov jens Peter & Henrik E.pdf

    This term distinguishes this method from the older "deterministic damage stability" regulations which were in wide use before the new SOLAS regulations were adopted.
     

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    I guess it is a matter of semantics. But I do not mind saying, N-Achoke, you're right.
     
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