Ship stability by Klaas van Dokkum

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Published by DOKMAR in Enkhuizen .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Stability of ships,
  • Merchant ships

Edition Notes

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StatementKlaas van Dokkum ....
Classifications
LC ClassificationsVM159 .S55 2008
The Physical Object
Pagination176 S. :
Number of Pages176
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25542411M
ISBN 109071500071
ISBN 109789071500077
OCLC/WorldCa254377943

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Endnotes Draft surveys -. 1. Stable Equilibrium: Study the figure below. A stable equilibrium is achieved when the vertical position of G is lower than the position of transverse metacenter (M).

So, when the ship heels to an angle (say theta- Ɵ), the center of buoyancy (B) now shifts to B1.

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