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Table Of Contents

The Purpose of this Document
First, the Geometry File
The Rest of the Model: Fixed Weights vs. Tank Loads
Talking to GHS: Commands, Run Files and Reports
The GHS Command Language
The Complete GHS: Optional Modules
Installation and Setup
Starting Up the Program
The GHS Main Screen
Pull-Down Menus
Printer Setup
Text Editor Setup
The User Library Folder
The Executive Dialog Box
Automatic Start-up Run Files
Direct Command Entry
The Structure of Commands
Changing the Working Folder
Setting the Project Name
The MESSAGE Command
System Variables
The Project Folder System
The Phases of a Project
Geometry Organization: Understanding the Model
Interpreting Shapes
The Purpose of the Hierarchy
The Coordinate System
Waterplane Coordinates
Model Building: Creating the Geometry
Starting Section Editor
A Section Editor Exercise
About Names of Parts, Components and Shapes
About Units in Section Editor
Entering Offsets with Section Editor
Saving Your Work: Writing the Geometry File
The Arc Command
How Many Stations?
Making the Sail
Other SE Commands
Model Converter: Importing and Exporting Geometry
A Model Converter Exercise
Deck Edge Considerations
Another Model Converter Exercise
Getting Into Part Maker
Generating Reports
The Basic Run File Structure for Reports
Annotating Run Files
Printing Out the Geometry
Annotating Reports
Two Kinds of Calculations
Parts and Components in the Calculations
Reference Points of Parts
The Current Parts List
Heel Angles and Trim Angles
Origin Depth vs. Draft
FP, AP and LBP
Trim Angle vs. Trim Distance
Curves of Form
Flooding Tanks
Waves
Curves of Hydrostatic Properties
An Exercise in Curves of Hydrostatic Properties
More About Station Spacing
Choosing your Drafts
Cross Curves of Stability
Macros
Nested Run Files
The WRITE Command
Stability Criteria: Introduction to the Limit Command
Critical Points
A MAXVCG Exercise
Composite Maximum VCG Curves
A Exercise in Composite Max VCG
MAXVCG LOOKUP
Specific Conditions: Setting Up a Waterplane
Draft Surveys
Tank Loads
Coefficients of Form, Wetted Surface and Sectional Area Curves
Free Surface and Free Surface Moments
About GM
Hydrostatic Properties
Deadweight
More on the Structure of Commands
Light Ship Weight
Adding Other Fixed Weights
Finding Equilibrium
Load Editor and LEw
Inclining
About Wizards
User Variables and the SET Command
More on Limits and Stability Criteria
The RAH Command
Heeling Moments
Wind Heeling
Severe Wind and Rolling Calculations
More about FSM
An Intact Stability Exercise
Longitudinal Strength
An LS Exercise
Floodable Lengths
Report Options
Special Message Commands
Tank Sounding Tables
Damage Stability
A Damage Stability Exercise
Tonnage Calculations
Skin Areas
Important Wizards
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