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Calmar Catenary Software. Trinity House Application.

Calmar is a software tool, as originally supplied, is used for calculating the mooring
arrangements for plastic float based navigation buoys dependant on individual
station parameters. This document describes how Trinity House has applied this
software to their steel buoys.

The software requires a model with attached physical parameters. This can be
constructed from up to four parts; float, structure (core), pylon and topmark. These
can be sub divided into segments that can each have parameters attached.

After consideration The Trinity Buoy Fig 1 was split to create the Calmar model in
Fig 2. The structure was used to model the steel buoy body and the float was
disregarded.

Fig. 1 Fig. 2
Structure:

The Trinity House Type two buoy body was divided into sections, as this means that
derivatives of this can be created easily in the software using these and other
sections as building blocks. Using CAD modelling tools, the properties required by
the Calmar software, weight, and ‘real’ volume of the segments were calculated
(Figs. 3 and 4). All brackets, mooring eyes and webbing were included in the section
properties. These, along with real dimensions to create the Calmar representations
(Fig. 5).

Fig. 3 Fig. 4

Ballast weight section

Fig. 5

The anchor ring point is positioned where the mooring eyes sit regardless that a
bridle mooring arrangement is used.
In the ‘General’ Tab, ballast can be applied to the complete buoy. For the above
model, the ballast weights were created as a section and applied to the structure.
Float:
This was rendered inactive by entering zero values.
Pylon and Topmark:
Using representative dimensions the components of the pylon were conveniently
grouped and the mass totals established and applied to the representative sections
as Fig. 6 and 7
As with the structure, the equipment mass is included in the model segments, and
not applied separately with the specific tabs in the software.

Fig. 6

Fig. 7
S. Jacobs 15/10/2013
Top Shell Assembly
Type 2 Buoy Body Complete Properties  Weight: 786 Kg
Volume of metalwork: 0.1001 M3
Capacity of Interior: 2.1779 M3
Total Displaced Volume: 2.2780 M3

Mid Shell
Weight: 838 Kg
Volume of metalwork: 0.1064 M3
Capacity of Interior: 8.0280 M3
Total Displaced Volume: 8.1344 M3

Bottom Shell Assembly


Weight: 1167 Kg
Volume of metalwork: 0.1482 M3
Capacity of Interior: 2.1160 M3
Total Displaced Volume: 2.2642 M3

Skirt Assembly
Weight: 563 Kg
Volume of metalwork: 0.0714 M3
Capacity of Interior: Not enclosed
Total Displaced Volume: 0.0714 M3

Hatch and Bolts


Weight: 51 Kg
Volume of metalwork: 0.0075 M3

Total Weight: 3405 Kg


Volume of Metalwork: 0.4336 M3
Volume of Interior: 12.3219 M3
Total Displaced Volume: 12.7555 M3
Top Shell Assembly
+2 Buoy Body Complete Properties  Weight: 786 Kg
Volume of metalwork: 0.1001 M3
Capacity of Interior: 2.1779 M3
Total Displaced Volume: 2.2780 M3

Mid Shell
Weight: 973 Kg
Volume of metalwork: 0.1235 M3
Capacity of Interior: 9.3255 M3
Total Displaced Volume: 9.4490 M3

Bottom Shell Assembly


Weight: 1167 Kg
Volume of metalwork: 0.1482 M3
Capacity of Interior: 2.1160 M3
Total Displaced Volume: 2.2642 M3

Skirt Assembly
Weight: 1440 Kg
Volume of metalwork: 0.1828 M3
Capacity of Interior: Not enclosed
Total Displaced Volume: 0.1823 M3

Hatch and Bolts


Weight: 51 Kg
Volume of metalwork: 0.0075 M3

Total Weight: 4417 Kg


Volume of Metalwork: 0.5621 M3
Volume of Interior: 13.6194 M3
Total Displaced Volume: 14.1815 M3
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DO NOT SCALE
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THIS DRAWING UNLESS STAMPED IN


RED - 'CONTROLLED DRAWING' WILL
NOT BE UPDATED.

THIS DRAWING IS THE PROPERTY OF THE

72 69 CORPORATION OF TRINITY HOUSE. IT MUST NOT BE


22 LOANED, COPIED OR REPRODUCED WITHOUT THE
WRITTEN PERMISSION OF THE CORPORATION.
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400

CHASSIS PLATE 3

2 SOLAR PANEL 12 70 UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:


GENERAL TOLERENCES
MOUNTING BRACKET
4 X. = `0.5 .X = `0.25 .XX = `0.125

SUPERSTRUCTURE 75 GEOMETRIC TOLERANCES AS ISO 2768-2

67 ALL DIMENSIONS
IN MILLIMETERS
74
CUT AWAY VIEW E TYPICAL SOLAR PANEL TYPICAL CHASSIS PLATE REMOVE ALL BURRS &
SHARP EDGES
SHOWING INTERNAL FLOOR DETAIL
300

FIXING DETAIL 12 POS. FIXING ARRANGEMENT 4 POS.


SCALE: 1 :5 E SCALE: ( 1 : 1 ) SCALE: ( 1 : 1 ) ALL WELD SYMBOLS IN
D ACCORDANCE WITH BS EN 22553

NOTES
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1. FIXING ARRANGEMENT AND
COMPONENTS SHOWN IN DETAILED VIEW

2. LIGHT CHARACTER DEFINED BY STATION


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3. ELECTRICAL BOX ASSEMBLY DETAIL AS


DRG. NO. 402/900 SHEET 3

PLAN VIEW ON D 4. CHASSIS PLATE ASSEMBLY DETAIL AS


DRG. NO. 402/926
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5. SOLAR PANELS TO BE MOUNTED IN DARK
49 PAINTED AREAS.

6 62 65 66 6. NAME BOARDS TO BE MOUNTED IN 2


POSTIONS ON OPPOSITE FACES AS SHOWN
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6 6 12 SEE NOTE DICTATED BY SOLAR PANEL POSITIONS AS


1&4 NOTE 5.
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5 52 53 66 42 7. 3 OFF n12 HOLES TO BE DRILLED TO
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SEE NOTE 2 SUIT LOWER ELECTRICAL BOX CABLE


8 8 16
40

SEE NOTE RESTRAINT. HOLES TO BE EQUISPACED


8 58 59 61 1&4 BETWEEN RUNGS AND 15MM FROM PANEL
20

EDGE.
66 65 64 47 3 3 6
SEE NOTE
44 1&4
8. APPLY NOVALUBE LIBERALLY TO ALL
0

6 3 3
1:2

BOLT SHANKS AND THREADS.


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61 59 58 46 9. SEE T.H. DRG. NO. 402/900 SHEET 4 FOR
PARTS LIST.
6 3 3
SEE NOTE
1&4
20 SEE NOTE 3
SEE NOTE
1&5 5 45
54 53 52
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4 55 56 5

5 10 10
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SEE NOTE 7
SEE NOTE 6

n8 THRO.
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3 52 53 54 SEE NOTE 3
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54 53 52
12 6 6
2 51 53 54
8 8 16 54 53 52 40
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16 8 8 REV DATE DETAILS

Trinity House
1 OPERATIONS DIRECTORATE
HARWICH, ESSEX
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INTERNAL VIEW OF SUPERSTRUCTURE


SHOWING RACON MONITORING ELECTRICAL FIT TYPE 2
SUPERSTRUCTURE COMPONENTS REMOVED FOR CLARITY
LIGHTWEIGHT BUOY
GENERAL ARRANGEMENT
MONITORED RACON
50

PILLAR (PRE 2011)


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DRAWN BY: DATE: SCALE:


15/06/11
30

SPJ

CHECKED BY: DRG No:


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MJY
APPROVED BY: 402/900
10

RWL
SIDE ELEVATION FRONT ELEVATION
0

SHEET: REVISION:
DEEP SKIRT BUOY BODY SHOWN DEEP SKIRT BUOY BODY SHOWN
1:1

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