Seakeeping Criteria

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  1. mnl_naval
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    :!: i need the NATO Criteria about Behaviour at sea for ship, or any criteria about limits of Impact Accelerations at planing hull.
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  2. Kay9
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    Ill see what I can find for you....Might be tuesday before I can find an online link to the info.

    K9
     
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    Thanks K9
     
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  6. oceanmaster66
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    K9,
    Do you know where I can get a copy of NATO STANAG 4154 "Common Procedures for Seakeeping in the Ship Design Process" or link to the pdf. I've searched and searched but have had no luck at all. Thanks

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  7. kach22i
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    I am reading a book about hovercaft and SES design. In it there is a chart which shows different hull types (planing hull, displacement hull, catamaran, hydrofoil, SES, hovercraft.....etc.) at speed in different sea states and payloads.

    To be honest hydrofoils perform way above anything else according to this chart.

    I'll try and dig it up for you. Not sure if it applies to NATO standards though.
     
  8. Kay9
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    Here is some refrence material to 4154

    http://www.nps.navy.mil/orfacpag/resumePages/projects/Fatigue/HSISymposium/cdr_pdfs/indexed/1a_3.pdf

    You can purchase the document here:
    https://products.ihserc.com/shoppin...934510&GID=HCVWCAAAAAAAAAAA&docTitleLang=ENGL

    Here is a listing with all the supplements for purchase:
    http://engineering-standards.global...reaty Organization Stanag 4154&show=standards

    Here is another free paper that refrences Stanag 4154:
    http://www.jmr.unican.es/pub/00301/0030104.pdf

    Hope that is of some help. Looks like if you want the actuall Stanag you will have to buy it. I thinks its $38.00 US. Not too bad if you need it for a government project.

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  9. Çemberci
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    seakeeping rank estimator

    sir
    ı worked this thema here is the lotus file on this page.
    http://www.cembercidenizcilik.com/modeldxf/index.htm

    SEAKEEPING,RANK ESTIMATOR,PERFORMANCE INDEX (Denizcilik,Değer hesabı,Dalga Yüksekliğine göre Performance hesabı) Lotus Wk4

    oktay çemberci
     
  10. Kay9
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    To Oceanmaster and mnl_naval. Was this the info you need?

    K9
     
  11. mnl_naval
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    Thanks everyone for the interest.
    I need to find some criteria with values limits allowed to impact aceleration in the center of gravity, and values limits allowed to impact aceleration in bow at planing hull for example, values limits allowed to impact aceleration in bow at Patrol Boat, Fast Ferries, Rescue Boats.
     
  12. oceanmaster66
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    K9,
    Thanks very much for the info. The second link doesn't seem to work and the third link to purchase STANAG 4154 say it's $75.00. Where did you see it for $38.00?

    I agree $38.00 is not too bad if I can find it for that.

    Thanks again.
    Oceanmaster66
     
  13. Kay9
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    Sorry Oceanmaster the 38 was for one of the supplements. It is 75 for the actuall STANAG. If I had a copy I would e-mail it to you, but its not something I deal with much.

    K9
     

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    yes, trying to buy a copy of the same standard but seems 'all sold' :(
     
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