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Diamond 53 - Handymax Bulk Carrier - Stability information manual


Year: 2006
Language: english
Author: Carl Bro
Genre: Manual
Format: PDF
Quality: eBook
Pages count: 381
Description: The Booklet is prepared for the ship’s Master for obtaining information and suitable instructions
as guidance to the stability of the ship under varying conditions of service.
This Booklet comprises following contents. General information and instruction are given for
calculation and evaluation of stability of the ship accompanied by a number of loading conditions.
Data, such as those of free surface moment of tanks (initial and large inclination), wind
capsizing lever, immersing and flooding angles, limit height of center of gravity, etc., and those
of the maximum still water bending moments.

Contents

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.1 OWNERS PREAMBLE / GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1
1.2 INSTRUCTION TO THE MASTER 2
2 MAIN PARTICULARS 1
3 DEFINITIONS AND CONVERSION TABLE 1
4 NOTES REGARDING STABILITY AND LOADING OF THE SHIP 1
4.1 Stability 1
4.2 Curves of righting levers 1
4.3 Free surface effects 3
4.4 Hydrostatic and isocline stability data 3
4.5 Use of tables 4
4.6 Trim and draught restrictions 4
4.7 Immersion of Propeller 4
4.8 Air draught 5
4.9 Visibility 5
4.10 Draught and trim calculation 5
4.11 Displacement from draught readings 6
4.12 Minimum angle of flooding 7
4.13 Intact stability criteria 8
4.14 Effect of wind and rolling 8
4.15 Demands regarding damage stability 9
4.16 Ballast Water Exchange 9
4.17 Load and strength calculation 9
4.17.1 Limitations due to strength in flooded conditions 9
4.17.2 Allowable still water shear force 10
4.17.3 Correction to actual shear force 10
4.17.4 Allowable still water bending moments 11
4.17.5 Sloshing
4.17.6 Loading of timber deck cargo 12
4.17.7 Light ship weight and distribution 12
5 WORKING EXAMPLE
6 TANK AND CAPACITY INFORMATION
7 LOADING CONDITIONS
8 HYDROSTATIC DATA AND PLOT OF THE HULL
9 STABILITY DATA (MS AND KN TABLES)
10 MAXIMUM KG AND MINIMUM GM LIMIT CURVES
11 RELEVANT OPENINGS AND POSITIONS / FLOODING ANGLES
12 LIGHTWEIGHT DISTRIBUTION
13 INCLINING EXPERIMENT
14 EMPTY CALCULATION SHEET
15 DRAWINGS
16 BC-A LOADING CONDITIONS

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