software for ISO 12215-5

Discussion in 'Class Societies' started by TANSL, Feb 29, 2012.

  1. TANSL
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    Available now, for download from my website, the new version SCT R14. Various improvements in several of its modules and incorporates MyR, software for calculating mast and rigging.
     
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    I'm pleased to inform you that SCT R17 version will be available shortly. Among other improvements, it will have the calculation of welds for metal vessels, according to ISO 12215-6.
    In case you are interested in participating in the development and improvement of it, please ask me for a copy of the beta. Thanks in advance.
     
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    The latest versions SCT R17.1 (boats scantlings according to ISO 12215) and MyR R.3 (mast and rig calculations) are now available for download from my website.
    There is also a SCT Demo with videos, very useful for the first steps with the application.
    Thank you all for your interest.
     

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    The latest versions SCT R17.4 (boats scantlings according to ISO 12215) is now available for download from my website. The new version includes:
    • a database of materials that is very convenient to use
    • calculations for FRP hulls and any type of wood and boards and their corresponding construction systems.
    • calculations according to ISO 12215-6
    • calculation of the rudders.
    • calculation of welds on metal hulls.
    • own direct calculation procedure for catamarans.
    • mast & rigging calculation (as per NBS)
    • calculation of all types of beams and continuous beams.
    • system of on-screen aids that, practically, make little need for knowledge of the ISO 12215 standard.
     
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