Tanks and Compartments by Using Maxsurf

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  1. rasel02232129
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    rasel02232129 Junior Member

    How to create tanks and compartments by using maxsurf after creating a model.
    Any body can help me? Your support will be highly appreciated.
    Thanks for your kind attention.
     
  2. TANSL
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    TANSL Senior Member

    1.- Load an existing proyect
    2.-Use the header menĂº "Window" and
    3.-press on "4 Input"
    4.-now on header menĂº "File", press "New Compartment Definition"
     

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    Thank you very much for your valuable reply @TANSL.
     
  4. rasel02232129
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    Dear Mr. TANSL,

    I have created a model by using maxsruf13 as like attached jpg.

    I tried to create tanks and compartments according to your advice.

    I have also added all the bhd. surface inside the hull.

    But compartment definition window it doesn't show all the surface.

    Could you please help me in this regard?

    Your support will be highly appreciated.

    Thanks for your kind attention.
     

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  5. TANSL
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    You have to fill the boxes indicating the limits of each tank.
    The command "Add compartments" (ctrl + A) lets you add compartments or tanks in the table. (See attachement)
    You should read the "User's Guide" in order to handle yourself with Maxsurf. Without reading it, it will be very difficult for you to design any boat.
    Best Regards
     

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    TANSL, Thank you very mich for your advice. Did you mean Hydromax User Manual as User's Guide?
     

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    Sorry, I mean "User Manual"
     

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