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Preparations for Stability


Calculations

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Definitions needed for stability


calculations and criteria study
• Hulls for stability calculations
• Openings
• Profile
• Margin line
• Freeboard deck edge

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Hulls for stability calculations

• Give the response for stability calculations


• STABHULL ~ intact stability
– A room limited by the surface of the hull on both sides
and by the deck above. Also, appendages such as the
rudder and thruster tunnels can be added to or reduced
from the hull.

• DAMHULL ~ damage stability


– Should contain all those rooms that take part in any
damage!

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STABHULL and DAMHULL


• See STABHULL definition from Room definition material
• The default name of the watertight hull for damage
stability is DAMHULL
• Example:
ROOM DAMHULL
LIM Y>0 <HULL Z<MAINDECK >TUNNEL
SYM
ADD R02011
ADD R03011
ADD R05031

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Exercise 1

• Create STABHULL and DAMHULL with commands in DEF task

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Openings

• Holes within the geometry are defined as openings

• Openings are defined in an opening arrangement table


using the Table Editor
– Empty model table OPE*MODEL in DB7

• Ship Model Manager can also be used for defining the


openings table

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Opening arrangement table

Compulsory information:
• ID
– Name of the opening
• REFX/FR, REFY, REFZ
– Position of the lowest point of the opening in the ship coordinate
system
• WT (watertightness)
– UNPROTECTED: If submerged then progressive flooding through the
opening may occur
– WEATHERTIGHT: May submerge during flooding, but not in the final
floating position
– WATERTIGHT: Has no effect on flooding angle or spreading water

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Opening arrangement table

• WT con’t
– UNNOPROGRESSIVE: Like UNPROTECTED but progressive
flooding is not spreading through the opening
– WEPROGRESSIVE: Like WEATHERTIGHT but in the progressive
stage, water is allowed to spread through this opening
– UNSEAWATEROVEFLOW: Seawater overflow in dredger
calculations.

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Opening arrangement table

Optional information:
• DES
– Description of the opening
• OTYPE
– Construction type of opening
• Defines other types than those related to watertightness
– There are four types which have effect on calculation:
PIPE, PUMP, ESCAPE and ESCAPEROUTE
– Related to cross-flooding calculation, progressive
flooding and damage simulation

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Opening arrangement table

• GEOMOBJ
– Geometric object (point, curve or object intersection)
• CONN
– Connects two compartments. Controls when and how the
openings are taken into account.
– E.g. R03001 R03002 or SEA -> R03001
– This data is used in the progressive stages of flooding
• STAGE
– The flooding stage where the opening is taken into account in
calculation of probabilistic damage stability for SOLAS II-1.
– Alternatives: ALL / FINAL

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Exercise 2

• Define an opening arrangement OPE*OPENINGS

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Profile
• Specifies the profile used in wind moment
calculations
• NAPA takes into account the vessel’s floating position
when determining the profile area and lever

+
+
Profile Waterline

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Profile

• If the deckhouse compartments are defined in


ARR*A the profile can easily be created as a
section of the arrangement at CL

DEF?>GEN PROFILE ARR*A/Y=0.01 MERGE

DEF?>DES PROFILE

DEF?>DES PROFILE ! TOL=0.1

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Profile
• The profile can be also defined as a curve in DEF task
CUR PROFILE; Y 0
XZ * (-2.8,10), /-, -/, (-2.8,7.1), -/, (-2.4,4.4),
/-, (0,4), (2.3,3.5), -90/, (3.2,2.8), -/, (2.5,1.85),
/-, -/, (2.5,1.15), /-, 0/, (5,0), FRA, /-, -/, FRF,
-/, (80,0), 90/, (84,2.2), (82.2,4), 90/, (81.7,4.4),
(81.9,5), /-, -/, (85.5,11.5), /-, -/, (75,11.5), /-,
-/, (75,10), /-, -/, (67,10), /-, -/, (67,11), /-,
-/, (43.5,11), /-, -/, (43.5,10), /-, -/, (41.5,10),
/-, -/, (41.5,11), /-, -/, (18,11), /-, -/, (18,10),
/-, -/, (15,10), /-, -/, (15,18), /-, -/, (8,18), /-,
-/, (8,22), /-, -/, (5,21), /-, -/, (4,12), /-, -/,
(1,12), /-, -/, (1,10), /-, -/, (-2.8,10)

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Exercise 3

• Define the profile curve

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Margin line

• The margin line comes into use in damage stability output


lists and plots when the margin line immersion or the
reserve to immersion of the margin line is needed

• Margin line is a line defined at least 76 mm below the


upper surface of the bulkhead deck at the ship side

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Margin line definition: examples

• Generate curve with z coordinate


GEN MARGIN HULL/Z=9.924

• Generate curve using the location of main deck


GEN MARGIN HULL/MAINDECK/(Z-0.076)
• Can be defined also directly in the DAM task with command
MARGIN
• The margin line definition in the DAM task refers to the
generated curve

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Example
DEF?>GEN MARGINLINE HULL/MAINDECK/(Z-0.076)
DEF?>!END

TASK?>DAM
Dam?>MARG MARGINDEF
***Definition of a new margin line
Marg?>CUR MARGINLINE
Marg?>OK

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Exercise 4

• Define margin line which is located 76 mm below the


main deck

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Freeboard deck edge

• The freeboard deck edge is a curve in the ship used for


calculation of the angle at which the freeboard deck
immerses and for calculation of residual freeboard

• The definition of the curve which represents the freeboard


deck edge, is done in DEF task

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Freeboard deck edge

• Defined like margin line


DEF?>GEN FRBLINE HULL/MAINDECK

• Can be given directly as H=zz in CR


CFRB H=7.09

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Ship Model Manager

• Preparations for stability calculations can be done using


the Ship Model Manager
– Openings
– Wind profile
– Freeboard deck edge

• Very useful tools for checking overlapping compartments


and comparing frame areas (Stabhull vs. Arrangement)

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