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I have many collection of body plans of existing ships and some Lines from shipyards where I worked.

For
any new design I do it by looking at the body plan and then start from basics and aplly the general theory
from Compstok/Saunders.
A. Single-Screw Merchant Ship Forms
1. Series 60
2. British Ship Research Association (BSRA) Series
3. SSPA series
4. Maritime Administration (US) MARAD Series
B. Twin-Screw Merchant Ship Forms
1. TaylorGertler series.
2. Lindblad series.
3. Zborowski Polish series
C. Coasters.
1. Dawson series
D. Trawlers
1. BSRA series.
2. RidgelyNevitt series.
E, Tugs
1.
Parker and Dawson tug investigations.
2. Moor tug investigations
F. Semi-displacement Forms, Round Bilge
1. SSPA Nordstrom
2. SSPA series, Lindgren and Williams
3. Series 63, Beys
4. Series 64, Yeh
5. National Physical Laboratory (NPL) series.
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Semi-planing series, Compton.

High-speed displacement hull forms, Robson .

Fast transom-stern hulls, Lahtiharju et al.


SKLAD semi-displacement series, Gamulin , Radojcic et al.

J
K

Semi-displacement Forms, Double Chine


National Technical University of Athens Radojcic et al.

Planing Hulls
Series 62, Clement and Blount,
Keuning and Gerritsma
United States Coast Guard (USCG) series, Kowalyshyn and Metcalf, [10.44].
Series 65, Hadler et al.
Savitsky et al.
10.2.1.9 Multihulls
Southampton catamaran series. Insel and Molland et al.
Other multihull data, Steen, Cassella, Bruzzone et al.
Versuchsanstalt fu r Wasserbau und Schiffbau Berlin (VWS) catamaran series,

TYPES OF SHIP
HH

HH
HH

HIGH
SPEED
CRAFT

TUGS

COASTE
RS
TRAWLER
S

MERCHAN
T
SINGLE
SCREW

TWIN
SCREW