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Stability Program SLS (Sietas Loading System) + SLS Baplie Viewer

Year: 1997
Language: english
Author: Sietas Shipyard
Genre: Practical guide
Format: EXE
Quality: OCR without errors
Pages count: 1
Description: The loading computer system (SLS = Sietas Loading System)serves to the
determination of the permissible intact stability and longitudinal strength
for the different loading conditions. The input, recording and
documentation of each loading condition of the ship is facilitated.
The complete system SLS consists of hardware and software.
The operating system is Windows ’95/’98 ,Windows NT or Windows 2000.
Software corresponds to the rules of the GERMANISCHER LLOYD and is
authorized to the calculation of longitudinal strength and stability in
accordance to rule 10 (1),(2) of the international load line convention
(1966). Hardware is design tested and accepted from the GERMANISCHER LLOYD.
Software can be adjusted in English or German language.
The program is network-compatible.
If the SLS-program is connected to a tank measuring plant, an adjustment of
the tank contents is carried out automatically. The interrogation range can
be adjusted. The programs necessary for it run invisibly in the background
and are started automatically with start of the computer.



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