SCT boats scantling ISO 12215

Discussion in 'Software' started by TANSL, Mar 6, 2012.

  1. TANSL
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    TANSL Senior Member

    SCT is a new application that allows you to perform :
    - ISO 12215-5 : scantlings for mono hulls in any material, Glass, Carbon, Aramid, Wood, Metallics
    - ISO 12215-6 calculations, long. strength,...
    - ISO 12215-8 : rudders
    - Frames and continuous beams : fundations, masts, and any element comparable to a continuous beam.
    Following link allows you to download the 30 days trial SCT file
    http://www.yousendit.com/download/M3BtZEV5Z2doMlVVV01UQw
    Your comments will help me in improving the application.
    Please tell me any doubt it can arise to you.
    Ignacio López
    my e.mails :
    657677483@orange.es

    tansl@wanadoo.es
     

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  2. APP
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    APP Junior Member

    SCT boats scantling

    Fine! What about Catamaran scantlings (e.g. aluminium)?
    Regards
    APP
     
  3. TANSL
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    TANSL Senior Member

    Multihull scantlings is covered by ISO 12215-7, which is in preparation. Our intention is to incorporate these calculations to the application as soon as the rule becomes final.
    We keep in touch, if you wish, with the latest news about through e-mail.
    657677483@orange.es
    tansl@wanadoo.es
    tansl02@hotmail.com
    Best Regards
    Ignacio López
     
    Last edited: Mar 13, 2012
  4. TANSL
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    SCT Final Release

    After several months working on the completion and debugging the application we are pleased to announce the release of the final version of SCT.
    Several independent professionals have been working with us, which allowed us to incorporate various suggestions from users and to fix certain bugs.
    The current version is available for all users of this website, for free, and can be downloaded using the link below:
    https://www.yousendit.com/download/M...U1BENlEwTWRVag
    Earlier versions, contained in this section of the forum, have been removed from the network.
    SCT now incorporates:
    - ISO 12215-5
    - ISO 12215-6
    - ISO 12215-8
    Thank you all for your help.
    Ignacio Lopez

    P.S. Feel free to ask me any query that you need.
    To obtain a permanent license you need to use the ACTIVATION procedure as described in the User Guide
     
    Last edited: Apr 17, 2012
  5. TANSL
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  6. TANSL
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    TANSL Senior Member

    Hello everyone.
    4 months after starting this thread, there have been over 150 downloads of the SCT program.
    I suppose therefore that many of you have tested it. But I have not received any comments or complaints, which can only mean two things:
    - The program is so good that not need changes or improvements.
    - The program is so bad that it is considered impossible to operationalize, it is not worth worrying about it.
    Neither option seems reasonable, so I pray make me know comments or suggestions to make it a useful tool for the designer.
    Thanks for your help.
     
  7. TANSL
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    Sct R.10

    An error in the Spanish version of ISO 12215-5-2008, published by AENOR, has resulted in the calculation of the pressure on the sides for sailboats, PSS, which was on our application SCT is incorrect. The new version SCT R.10, which you can download from our website, corrects this error and fixes other bugs.
    If you already have installed SCT R.9, simply request a new SCT.exe file that will send you by e.mail, to replace the previous one.
    For all those that are using the standard from AENOR, note that the correct formula (22) of Chapter 8.2.2 is:
    PSS = [PDS BASE + (Kz x (PBS BASE - BASE PDS))] x Kar x KDC x kL
     
  8. TANSL
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    TANSL Senior Member

  9. phmadeira
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    phmadeira Junior Member

    hello ,old threath !!

    just like To know


    multihull scantlings is covered by ISO 12215-7

    is covered on thé last veision

    and where To download thé last version

    Thann d'or jour work
     
  10. Rurudyne
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    Hi, there's something funky with the link in post 5 above: it seems to take me to a page with your I'd but which has stuff about a band called Star Gazer or some such.
     
  11. TANSL
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    TANSL Senior Member

    I checked the links and everything works fine, except the first one which has expired. Try this link to my website http://657677483.wix.com/tansl
    Thank you
     

  12. TANSL
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    Now available SCT R12.3 version with several improvements over previous versions. Downloadable from my website.
    I am very interested in your comments. Thank you.
     
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