Discussion in 'Boat Design' started by ARGO, May 15, 2005.

  1. ARGO
    Joined: May 2005
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    ARGO Junior Member

    I have a question regarding a fast planing boat 40Knots(54'x10'beam).The designer has added 3 strakes a side and the highest one runs into the chine. The chine is 3". All strakes running parrallel with the keel. (The only purpose for this was to add strength to the hull because of only two long. girders inside.)
    Can anyone tell me the factors involved with this strake running into the chine.
  2. kach22i
    Joined: Feb 2005
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    kach22i Architect

    Look at my entry and links from 4/01/2005:

    I had a similar question, but not many answers....................will be interesting to see what you are told. ;)

    Please post a photo, drawing, sketch or similar example if you can.
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