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S. © Copyright 2006-2011 – LAPWARE. AMERICAN MARINERS White Pages Table of Principle Characteristics _______________ Sheet 1 Trim Correction Table ________________________ Sheet 2 Hydrostatic Properties ________________________ Sheet 3 Free Surface Correction and Tank Capacity _______ Sheet 4 Gain in GM Table____________________________ Sheet 5 Required GM Curve __________________________ Sheet 6 * Loading Table _____________________________ Sheet 7 * Loading Summary __________________________ Sheet 7A Double Bottom Tankage ______________________ Sheet 8 Loading. LLC . NORTHLAND Salmon Pages Table of Contents ___________________________ Sheet 1 Notes to Master _____________________________ Sheet 1 Instructions – Trim and Stability_________________ Sheet 2 Instructions – Hog and Sag ____________________ Sheet 3 Tank Capacity and CG________________________ Sheet 4 Vertical Moments of Free Surface _______________ Sheet 5 Trim Correction Table ________________________ Sheet 6 Curves of Form _____________________________ Sheet 7 * Loading Summary __________________________ Sheet 81A * Detail of Deadweight ________________________ Sheet 81B-C-D * Longitudinal Bending Stresses ________________ Sheet 81E Guidance Manual for Loading M.Contents PREVIOUS NEXT Close STABILITY REFERENCE MANUAL TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION PAGES Selected Stability Curves Blue Pages Deadweight Scale ___________________________ Sheet 1 Hydrostatic Curves __________________________ Sheet 2 Cross-Curves _______________________________ Sheet 3 * Static Stability Curves _______________________ Sheet 4 * Floodable Length Curve _____________________ Sheet 5 Trim and Stability Book – S.S.Grain ________________________ Sheet 25 * Working copies of these pages are available to the candidate. and Stability Book – S. Trim. GRAND HAVEN White Pages Cargo Stowage Factors _______________________ Sheet 7A Trim Diagram _______________________________ Sheet 16 Loading Curves – Iron Ore_____________________ Sheet 20 Ballast Curves .V.

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8000 LA N 7000 WAT E RP 6000 CE N 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 5000 C OE F .7 16000 CH GE AN IN D IS FO PL .= 1F 9000 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 E CO E F. 4000 PRIS .TONS BLUE SHEET 2 © Copyright 2006-2011 – LAPWARE.436. FT OEF. 10 N TO S 10 0 ON 15000 SCALE FOR COEFFICIENTS 17000 0. 3000 HT. M 12000 13000 T.6 0. L O MEAN DRAFT TO BOTTOM OF KEEL . YS IM B N T ER TR IN CH 0T TA TO T I SP LD LA C P DIS AL T O T EN EM LA ME CE RE -F NT TO TAL -S NS TO NS T 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 AL OT 23 WE 24 E TT DS 25 U AC RF 26 E 1 CH IN 00 =1 Q 0S .6 feet SCALE FOR LONGITUDINAL CENTERS . . R1 TR FT. SH CK C FT BLO = 0 )( S ON FRO M 1 00 10 0.8 S IM O T EN M 00 = T FT 14000 NC Y ER M Y C 11000 OYA NT HT EN B N IN 10000 U T. B CE ETA H G EI C R TE YA UO -1 .) NG. LLC 39 40 .NEXT PREVIOUS Contents SOLUTION Close HYDROSTATIC CURVES SCALE OF TONS (2240 LBS.FEET 2000 38 SCALE OF INCHES Length between perpendiculars .FEET OR SCALE FOR CHANGE IN DISPLACEMENT .

b = 0. LLC BLUE SHEET 2 39 40 .FEET OR SCALE FOR CHANGE IN DISPLACEMENT .8’ MT 1 = 11.500 LT TPI = 49.FEET 2000 WAT ER KB = 12.75 HYDROSTATIC CURVES SCALE OF TONS (2240 LBS.) 11000 12000 13000 T.6 0. SH K CO FT BL O C W F = 0 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 NE C OEF. S ON ROM )( 0T IN C 1 00 CY F R 10 0.7 16000 CH GE AN IN D IS P OR L. LO MEAN DRAFT TO BOTTOM OF KEEL . M H HT EN C R TE Y NC A Y O 8000 p 7000 .6 feet SCALE FOR LONGITUDINAL CENTERS .000 Ft.TONS LCF from Midships = +2.= 1F 9000 F.5’ PRIS Mean Draft = 24’00” SW Displ.2” Close NEXT PREVIOUS Contents 38 SCALE OF INCHES Length between perpendiculars .4’ Forward LCB from Midships = +5. TR 1 FT Y IM B RN STE TR NS E S FR ON -T TN T AL ME -S CE LA NT P E IS M CE LD TA LA P O T IS LD TA TO W S  L TA TO 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 WE 24 E TT DS 25 U E AC RF 26 1 27 H I NC 0 =1 S 00 Q .66 p = 0.1’ Forward © Copyright 2006-2011 – LAPWARE. TO b . = 12. FT E F.8 S H TE O T ON 0T 0 10 =1 N TO 15000 O YAN C EN KB EN M 1 FT 14000 PL A IN 10000 U T. T KM = 25. T M S 00 SCALE FOR COEFFICIENTS 17000 0.436. F . B ETA G EI BU -1 . CO E 6000 CE N 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 5000 M 4000 IM 3000 H T. NG .

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F.05 25 29 267 17000 276 1650 31. TONS 69 L.8 265 20 271 13000 20 63 19 1450 32. FEET MEAN DRAFT BOTTOM OF KEEL 282 30 269 281 1850 280 28 28 19000 27 26 1800 31. FEET 1950 31.0 18 62 264 17 11000 33. TONS 30 TRANSVERSE TONS KM-MLD. AFT F.W.3 1550 31. LLC .P.C.2 23 25 31.5 269 1400 17 34.4 31.0 268 61 16 10000 16 34.5 35. PER INCH FEET IMMERSION 70 1900 31.0 59 13 1300 265 12 SHEET 3 © Copyright 2006-2011 – LAPWARE.4 21000 MOMENT TO TRIM 1” FT.1 24 66 16000 266 65 15000 22 275 24 274 23 273 22 272 21 1600 31.1 268 279 27 68 1750 278 1700 277 18000 26 67 31.0 60 263 14 266 15 14 37.3 29 20000 31.C. S.Contents PREVIOUS NEXT Close HYDROSTATIC PROPERTIES C4-S-1a MEAN DRAFT BOTTOM OF KEEL TOTAL DISP.5 21 14000 31.5 270 19 12000 18 33. AFT F.0 13 8000 38.2 L.6 64 1500 31.P.5 9000 36.B.0 15 267 1350 35.

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TO SUSTAIN DAMAGE IN ANY ONE COMPARTMENT WITHOUT REACHING A CONDITION OF NEGATIVE STABILITY AFTER DAMAGE. SHEET 6 © Copyright 2006-2011 – LAPWARE. LLC .Contents PREVIOUS NEXT Close REQUIRED GM CURVE C4-S-1a 30 28 26 24 22 20 18 16 0 1 2 GM-FEET 3 4 5 SHEET 6 SHEET 6 THE REQUIRED GM VALUES GIVEN IN THIS DIAGRAM MUST BE MAINTAINED IN ORDER TO ENABLE THIS SHIP UNDER AVERAGE OPERATING CONDITIONS. AND WITHOUT HEELING WHICH MIGHT RESULT IN FLOODING AN UNDAMAGED COMPARTMENT.

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LLC .Contents PREVIOUS NEXT Close APPROVED Subject to comments in Commander. Merchant Marine Technical Boards BY DIRECTION OF THE COMMANDER THIRD COAST GUARD DISTRICT S/S NORTHLAND LOADING. TRIM & STABILITY BOOKLET DEDICATED CLEAN BALLAST TANK CONFIGURATION IN ACCORDANCE WITH IMCO REGULATION 13A OF 1978 PROTOCOL TO MARPOL 1973 PRODUCTS LOADING CONDITIONS CRUDE OIL LOADING CONDITIONS © Copyright 2006-2011 – LAPWARE. 3rd Coast Guard District (mmf) letter of JAN 25. 1982 Chief.

.................................................................................................. TONS .............................. 7 BLANK FORMS .................................. LLC ......................FT....................... 2 INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETION OF FORMS TO DETERMINE HOGGING AND SAGGING NUMERALS ............................................. 5 CHANGE IN DRAFTS IN INCHES FOR EACH 100 TONS ADDED ....................... 81A-81E © Copyright 2006-2011 – LAPWARE.... SHIP'S DEADWEIGHT..................................... 4 VERTICAL MOMENTS OF FREE SURFACE FOR LIQUIDS ............................................................................................................................................................................ CARGO DETAILS...................................................................................... 1 INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETION OF TRIM AND STABILITY LOADING CONDITION FORMS ......................................................... 6 CURVES OF FORM......................................... 3 TANKCAPACITIES AND CENTERS OF GRAVITY..................................... BALLAST DETAILS....................... STRENGTH.......SUMMARY...............................................Contents PREVIOUS NEXT Close TABLE OF CONTENTS DESCRIPTION SHEETS NOTES TO MASTER AND PRINCIPAL PARTICULARS ...

........................ Safety and Pollution Prevention.......................................................................... 6 P.......................... The above-noted tanks are NOT to be used for either products cargo or sea water ballast when carrying products.................................................. Breadth Moulded........................................ 1978.......................................... 5........................................................ 3................................................................................... 7 P&S Cargo Tank No..........................Contents PREVIOUS NEXT Close NOTES TO MASTER AND PRINCIPAL PARTICULARS 1.......... A light ship plus clean sea water ballast condition Is included herein to demonstrate compliance with the requirements of Regulation 13A of the International Conference on Tanker........................................................... The Products Loading Conditions herein are predicated on a maximum draft at bow or stern of 38................... Full Loaded Displacement......................... Principal Particulars: Length Overall ..............................................................50' for transit of the Panama Canal............ Deadweight ..........................................160 49. & CL Cargo Tank No....................................................... 8 CL Cargo Tank No.................................................................................339 SHEET 1 © Copyright 2006-2011 – LAPWARE......................... The following cargo tanks are piped for either crude oil or clean sea water ballast (after crude oil washing): Cargo Tank No................. 736' – 3-3/4" 705' – 0" 102' – 0" 50' – 0" 39' – 9-3/4" 62......... S.. Depth Moulded ............................. 4........ Length Between Perpendiculars. LLC ...................................... Full Load Draft Summer Freeboard............................................................................................ 9 CL 2.................

trim X (352. For drafts of 32 FT or greater and/or small trim.2 FT (to suit max req'd weather criteria GM at IMCO Ballast Draft per superseded Stability Booklet). – for Forward. For large trim at drafts less than 32 feet compute draft at bow = mean draft .5 – LCF) / 705. 4. Sheet 81A. Curves of Form. 3. read mean draft from Sheet 7.. which must be at least 1. 81C and 81D as applicable. Enter weights and free surface on Sheets 81B. Compute trim by multiplying displacement by trimming lever and dividing by product (MT1 x 12”). MT 1" and LCF. Trim is by stern if LCG is aft of LCB and by bow otherwise. the minus signs in the expression change to plus for trim by bow and/or LCF aft of amidships. Transverse Stability Subtract the total VCG (=KG) from KM to obtain the GM uncorrected for free surface. LCB. Sheet 81A. the effect of LCF on trim is small and forward and aft drafts can be computes by adding or subtracting (to suit trim by bow or stern) half the trim from the mean draft. Draft at stern is draft at bow – trim.Contents PREVIOUS NEXT Close INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETION OF TRIM AND STABILITY LOADING CONDITION FORMS 1. Compute moments and totals and enter on Summary Form. Enter these data on Sheet 81A. Blank forms for calculation of trim and stability for conditions not covered by this booklet are: Sheet 81A Summary Sheet 81B Details of Ship's Deadweight 81C Details of Cargo Loading 81D Details of Sea Water Ballast 2. For the displacement. Trim Subtract the total LCG from the LCB to obtain the trimming lever. At this draft. Take care to enter longitudinal moments as + for Aft.e. 5. and compute summary totals. read Curves of Form data for KM. i. SHEET 2 © Copyright 2006-2011 – LAPWARE. The draft & LCF values are treated algebraically. Divide the total free surface by the displacement to obtain the free surface correction and subtract this value from the uncorrected GM. The final result is the GM corrected for free surface. LLC .

4.” 3. Enter the “Tons/100” deadweight from line 28 in line 31 “Numeral” columns for both hogging and sagging. The light ship value includes weights for spare tailshaft and stowage as given on Sheet 81B ([12821 + 29] / 100 = 128. Add lines 28 and 29 to obtain line 30 displacement and hogging and sagging numerals for departure and arrival conditions.Contents PREVIOUS NEXT Close INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETION OF FORMS TO DETERMINE HOGGING AND SAGGING NUMERALS 1. The weights entered on Sheets 81B. LLC . “Total Deadweight. Sheet 81E is the form for computing longitudinal bending stress numerals. The resulting values in line 32 must not exceed 100. 2.50). Line 29 gives the light ship value for “Tons/100” and the associated hogging and sagging numerals. 81C and 81D. The resulting numeral should not exceed 100. are entered in the “Tons/100” column of Sheet 81E for departure and arrival conditions. and subtract from line 30. SHEET 3 © Copyright 2006-2011 – LAPWARE. divided by 100 and as applicable. Multiply the “Tons/100” by the Hogging and Sagging Factors for all weights entered in lines 1–27 and enter totals on line 28.

5 F 27.867 20. 3 P/S NO.Contents PREVIOUS NEXT Close TANK CAPACITIES AND CENTERS OF GRAVITY CARGO TANKS FRS NO.521 748.93 27.0 1.703 7. 48.5 A 132.5 A 92. 8 CL NO.5 1.5 A 57. 7 CL NO.441 17.53 321./LT CUBIC FT 98% FULL 8.0 F 42.5 F 147.801 30.190 4.5 F 187.13 27.850 20.9 1.8 F 295. © Copyright 2006-2011 – LAPWARE.13 249.3 A 172.53 322.13 25.03 36.93 26.13 25.08 30.9 A 26.13 25.0 1.83 29.4 F FUEL OIL TANKS SETTLER SETTLER DEEP TANK DEEP TANK DEEP TANK DEEP TANK (P) (S) (P) (S) (P) (S) FRS 58-60 58-60 58-60 58-60 108-120 108-120 FRESH WATER TANKS FRS POTABLE POTABLE POTABLE DISTILLED 13-17 13-17 88-90 39-45 (P) (S) (CL) (P) BALLAST TANKS FORE PEAK AFT PEAK DEEP TANK (P) DEEP TANK (S) COFFERDAMS FWD (P) FWD (S) AFT (P) AFT (S) F. 3 CL NO.00 164.5 A 132.93 Stem-130 Stern-170 120-130 120-130 26.0 4.944 15..5 F 226.13 26.83 29.426 57.254 15.3 A 203.93 26.878 15.513.457 161.5 F 107. SHEET 4….5 F 27. 4 CL NO.7 LCG FROM)O( .6 F VCG ABV. 6 CL NO.1 F 115.7 27.0 F 249.11 CL NO. 15.0 A 194.13 26.1 F 107-108 107-108 60-61 60-61 4.83 37.878 18.1 F 147.25 60.0 TONS 100% FULL VCG ABV.0 22.11 P/S 102-107 102-107 97-102 97-102 93-97 93-97 89-93 89-93 85-89 85-89 81-85 81-85 77-81 77-81 73-77 73-77 69-73 69-73 65-69 65-69 61-65 61-65 BBLS VCG ABV.5 F 107.0 2.33 26.134 4.10 P/S NO. LLC .867 20.623 30.254 15.4 F 187.0 5. 7 P/S NO. 6 P/S NO.13 29. MLD BL 37.83 29.73 258.364 15.160.5 F 67.9 870.254 15.53 28.6 A 265.089. 9 P/S NO.53 26.4 43.5 A I2. LCG 98% FULL MLD BL FROM )O( .O. LCG MLD BL FROM )O( .5 A 1. 8 P/S NO. 206.436 17.93 26.8 A 203.5 A 171.13 25.5 A 52.866 20.13 31.190 134.13 323.FT.549 8.937.244 386.094 15.13 25.8 A 267.4 203. 5 CL NO.–TONS CAPACITY 37.93 26. 2 P/S NO.43 90.10 CL NO.230.95 26.3 A 205.13 25. 5 P/S NO.460 15. 1 CL NO.60 31.0 459.850 17.118.93 26.254 15.93 31.0 F 194. 9 CL NO.436 52. 1 P/S NO.5 F 12.956 26.13 25.8 119.0 A NOTES: VCG’s of slack cargo & deep tanks are obtained by multiplying the VCG’s shown by % fullness of tank.857 19.5 394.5 222.3 874.066 15.23 26.53 29.13 26. 4 P/S NO.5 F 67. 2 CL NO.5 A 92.2 227.855 20.878 20.23 CU.354.569.5 A 52.93 26.254 15.655 CAPACITY CUBIC FT 222.13 29.93 26.198 13.1 F 295.4 A 48.878 20.7 119.0 F 333.5 459.

940 81.804 1.403 7.866 6.662 5. (35.920 1.682 2.662 5. add the I/δ values of all slack tanks and divide by the displacement of the vessel. 13–17 FR.450 30.804 1.982 6.682 1.658 5.920 1.323 8.200 7.866 6.114 2. .920 1.804 1.290 283.940 81. " " 11.982 6.114 2.866 6.940 52.299 4.116 4.862 6.318 8.804 1.930 CARGO TANKS 61° API 40° API (48.662 5.804 1. " " FR.940 81.200 7.940 81.114 2.593 6.682 2. SHEET 5…. 37–45 FR.517 1.318 8. 4 2.804 1.783 6.290 283.920 1.920 1.00) (CF/T) I/δ 8.114 2. 108–120 FR.900 14° API (36.977 6.977 6.517 1.893 6.335 55.324 2.Contents PREVIOUS NEXT Close VERTICAL MOMENTS OF FREE SURFACE OF LIQUIDS .982 6.510 3.114 2.920 1.517 1.728 9.58) (CF/T) I/δ (CF/T) I/δ 5.940 81. 58–60 FR.323 8.866 6.323 8.051 308 819 4.940 81. BALLAST FORE PEAK AFT PEAK BALLAST 1.982 6.517 1.109 S.940 77. FRESH WATER.051 160.323 8.920 1.920 1.195 7.200 7.220 8.940 77.862 6.200 7.517 1.682 2.866 6.804 1.586 FRESH WATER STEERING RM (P) STEERING RM (S) DISTILLED (P) UNDER BRIDGE S.93) (43.W.682 2. BALLAST & WASH WATER 30° API (41.000 283.290 283.190 6.000 283. or by interpolation.940 81.682 2.517 1.04) (CF/T) I/δ 6. 120–130 109.114 2.768 10.195 7.588 5.114 1.102 7.517 1.114 2.658 5.290 283.97) (CF/T) I/δ 7.200 7. 17–Stern (P)or(S) FR. To obtain the free surface correction to GM in any condition of loading.866 6.940 81.682 2.100 283.515 1.FT TONS I(FT4) NO.–30 FR. Values of I/δ for different API cargo may be obtained by either dividing tabular values of I(FT ) by corresponding density of cargo in tank.920 1.804 1.060 160.662 5.982 6.482 8. " " FR.200 7.517 1.299 FR.581 1.662 5.682 2.323 8.114 2. LLC I/δ . © Copyright 2006-2011 – LAPWARE.227 I(FT4) FUEL OIL SETTLER AFT BUNKER FWD BUNKER FWD BUNKER (P)or(S) (P)or(S) (P) (S) FR.517 1.500 160.323 8.264 6.982 6.789 FUEL.W.682 2.920 1.290 283.682 2.662 5.517 1.160 438 298 259 60 Stem FR.804 1.804 1.100 283.060 5.290 283. 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 11 11 CL (P) or (S) CL (P) or (S) CL (P) or (S) CL (P) or (S) CL (P) or (S) CL (P) or (S) CL (P) or (S) CL (P) or (S) CL (P) or (S) CL (P) or (S) CL (P) or (S) 283.114 2.114 2.804 1.88½–90½ 15.920 1.682 2.

0 +0.3 +3. SHEET 6 © Copyright 2006-2011 – LAPWARE.6 –1.7 +1.2 –0.6 +2.5 +2.3 +1.1 –0.7 –1.1 +2.1 –1.0 +0.0 +1.Contents PREVIOUS Close NEXT FWD –2.2 –0.5 –0.6 –0.9 +3.1) = +10 ½” AFT 34’ – 4 ½” NOTE 1.0 +3.2 +0.6 FWD AFT +4.5 +0.2 –0.7 –2.9 –0.3 +1. Corrections for intermediate drafts may be interpreted from the table.2 –0.0 +2.8 +2.1 –1.4 –1.2 –0. For discharging.4 +1.2 +2.3 +0.1 +1.8 –1.9 AFT 27’ – 00” DRAFT FWD –2.0 –2.4 –1.6 +1.6 +0.4 –2.8 +2. LLC .1 +3.5 +0.8 +0.7 +3.6 +1.4 +2.0 –1.3 FWD AFT +3.9 +3.1 +0.9 +1.7 –1.0 –1. 11 Tank Original Drafts Correction New Drafts FWD 34’ – 6” 5(– 0.8 +2. reverse + and – signs in the table 2.4 –1.3 –1.3 0.7) = – 3 ½” FWD 34’ – 2 ½” AFT 33’ – 6” 5(+ 2.3 +1.7 –1.4 +3.7 +3.1 +1.3 AFT CHANGE IN DRAFTS IN INCHES FOR EACH 100 TONS ADDED EXAMPLE : Add 500 Tons in No.4 +3.0 +2.3 +0.6 +2.7 –0.3 +2.9 +2.8 +1.1 +2.

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S.23 413.W.821 32. TONS VCG ABOVE BL (FT) VERTICAL MOMENT (FT TONS) LCG FROM O )( FT (+ = AFT) LONGITUDINAL MOMENT (FT TONS) FREE SURFACE (FT TONS) 12.652 – LIGHT SHIP SHIP’S DEADWEIGHT – SHEET 81B CARGO – SHEET 81C CLEAN S. correction GM AVAILABLE TRIM FT = FT = FT = FT = FT = FT = LCF LCB LCG TRIM LVR MT 1” TRIM DRAFT – FP = DRAFT – AP = = = = = FT TONS = = = = SHEET 81A © Copyright 2006-2011 – LAPWARE. BALLAST – SHEET 81D TOTALS STABILITY MEAN DRAFT AT LCF KM KG GM (uncorr) F. LLC .06 A 295.221 23.PREVIOUS Contents NEXT Close CONDITION: LOADING SUMMARY LEGEND CARGO BALLAST WATER FRESH WATER FUEL OIL 11 10 9 DESCRIPTION 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 L.

6 F – FWD BUNKER (S) 28.0 A (10.53 322.0 F – – DECK HOUSE 54.8 A – SETTLER (P) 37. TONS VCG ABOVE BL (FT) VERTICAL MOMENT (FT TONS) LCG FROM )O( FT (+ = AFT) LONGITUDINAL MOMENT (FT TONS) FREE SURFACE (FT TONS) CREW & EFFECTS – DECK HOUSE 3 68.83 203.23 239 298.23 394 256.53 267.83 203.5 A – AFT BUNKER (P) 29.73 258.5 A 8.0 F – DISTILLED 42.3 A – 57.3 A – SETTLER (S) 37.53 321.0 F – 270 – CREW & EFFECTS – AFT HOUSE 7 56.43 90.792 – SPARE TAIL SHAFT & STOWAGE 29 8.5 (838) 261.0 F – – AFT HOUSE 54.4 A – STEERG GR RM (S) 48.83 205.Contents PREVIOUS NEXT Close DETAILS OF SHIP’S DEADWEIGHT – CONDITION _______________ L.178) – DESCRIPTION TOTAL CONSTANTS STORES – FORWARD 54.23 205 90.0 A 1. LLC .1 F FRESH WATER – UNDER BRIDGE FUEL OIL TOTALS SHEET 81B © Copyright 2006-2011 – LAPWARE.13 265.83 205.656 – (39) 21.8 A – AFT BUNKER (S) 29.23 276.3 A – FWD BUNKER (P) 29.23 307.23 90.5 A – STEERG GR RM (P) 48.

23 132. 10 CL 26. 7 P/S 25. 8 CL 26.5 F NO.4 F NO.93 172.13 67.9 A LONGITUDINAL MOMENT (FT TONS) FREE SURFACE (FT TONS) TOTALS SHEET 81C © Copyright 2006-2011 – LAPWARE.5 F NO. 4 CL 26. 6 CL 26.93 107. 1 P/S 27.13 187._______SP.5 F NO. 5 CL 26. 5 P/S 25. 9 CL 26.5 F NO.93 52. 4 P/S 25.53 226. GR.5 A NO.13 107.1 F NO. 6 P/S 25.13 172.) Contents DESCRIPTION L.13 132.93 92. 11 CL 26.5 F NO.5 A NO. LLC . TONS VCG ABOVE BL (FT) PREVIOUS VERTICAL MOMENT (FT TONS) NEXT Close LCG FROM )O( FT (+ = AFT) NO. 10 P/S 26.5 F NO.5 A NO. 11 P/S 26.13 227.13 52. 2 P/S 26.5 F NO.93 67.5 F NO.13 147. 3 CL 26.13 12. 8 P/S 25.13 27.93 12. 1 CL 26.5 F NO.5 F NO.5 F NO.93 27.33 187.3 A NO.5 A NO.5 A NO.5 A NO. 9 P/S 25.5 F NO. 7 CL 26.CARGO – __________________________ @ _______º API (0. 3 P/S 25.93 147.13 92. 2 CL 26.

Contents PREVIOUS NEXT Close CONDITION: DETAILS OF CLEAN SEA WATER BALLAST DESCRIPTION L. P/S 25.53 333.5 F NO. 9 TANK. 6 TANK. 7 SIDE TANK.0 A TANKS CONVERTED TO CLEAN BALLAST: TOTALS SHEET 81D © Copyright 2006-2011 – LAPWARE.0 F AFT PEAK 36.93 27.93 12. P/S 29.0 F AFT COFFERDAM 31. CL 26.5 F NO.93 249.13 52.5 A FORWARD COFFERDAM 27.13 295.5 A NO.13 92. TONS VCG ABOVE BL (FT) VERTICAL MOMENT (FT TONS) LCG )( FT FROM O (+ = AFT) LONGITUDINAL MOMENT (FT TONS) FREE SURFACE (FT TONS) ORIGINAL CLEAN BALLAST TANKS: FORE PEAK 22. LLC .1 F NO. CL 26. 8 TANK.5 A NO.13 27. CL 26.8 A DEEP TANK.03 323. 6 SIDE TANK P/S 25.13 194.

86 1. 20.50 1.82 128.53 1.28 1. 13.43 1. 8.88 0.25 1. 22.67 0. LLC .64 1.30 0.82 14.77 1.78 0.67 0.70 0.68 0.W.01 SHEET 81E © Copyright 2006-2011 – LAPWARE.00 1.14 0.78 0.83 1.Contents NEXT PREVIOUS Close CONDITION: LONGITUDINAL BENDING STRESSES (PSI) DESCRIPTION 1.99 0.25 1.87 0. #5 CARGO TANK #6 BALLAST TANK #7 CARGO/BALLAST TANK #8 CARGO/BALLAST TANK #9 CARGO/BALLAST TANK #10 CARGO TANK #11 CARGO TANK AFT COFFERDAM AFT BUNKERS AFT SETTLERS DISTILLED WATER AFT STORES AFT CREW F.90 0. 17.18 1.44 0.29 1.43 1. 23. 7.42 0.35 1.85 0. 25. 16.40 83.88 0.36 1.90 0.78 0.54 0.28 1.02 1. 24.28 1.25 1.57 1.83 1. 6.53 1.70 0. 19.85 0.35 1. 14.25 1.63 HOGGING FACTOR NUMERAL 1.61 0.25 1.56 1.02 1.30 0.78 0. 26.61 0.51 0.99 0.14 0.14 1.26 1.56 0.44 0. DISPLACEMENT 31.70 0.44 0.50 1.86 1.14 1. 21. DEPARTURE HOGGING SAGGING TONS/100 FACTOR NUMERAL FACTOR NUMERAL FORE PEAK DEEP TANK P/S FWD STORES FWD BUNKERS FWD COFFEREDAM #1 CARGO TANK #2 CARGO TANK #3 CARGO TANK #4 CARGO TANK BRIDGE CREW BRIDGE STORES BRIDGE F.42 0.51 1.W.16 1.77 1. TOTAL DEADWEIGHT 29. 5.00 1.56 1.67 0.56 0.61 0. 27. 11.51 1.01 128.51 1. 9.57 1.29 1. AFT AFT PEAK 28.28 1.28 1. LIGHT SHIP 30.78 0. 18.67 0.54 0.63 14.16 1. DEADWEIGHT CORRECTION – LINE 28 WEIGHT 32. 2. 15.28 1.18 1. 3.36 1.25 1.43 1.51 1.70 0.00 0. 10.00 0.68 0.43 1. 4.26 1.78 0.87 0.40 83. 12. NUMERAL (MAY NOT EXCEED 100) 1.51 0.64 1.50 SAGGING FACTOR NUMERAL 0.50 ARRIVAL TONS/100 0.51 1.51 1.61 0.44 0.

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47 81.25 43. HARD WINTER WHEAT.65 77.S.69 67.89 42.S. FT.2445 cubic feet.37 64.25 46. Inc. New York © Copyright 2006-2011 – LAPWARE..78 48. = Cu.24 41. Per Long Tons TEST WEIGHT CU. LBS.91 48. Ft.60 59.61 When test weights are for Canadian Imperial Bushels.48 69. FT.96 44. Ft.) x 1.2445 Cu.08 56.83 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 63.Contents PREVIOUS NEXT Close AVERAGE TEST WEIGHT OF THE PRINCIPAL GRAINS LOADED AT UNITED STATES PORTS The test weight of a particular grain is the actual weight in pounds of a U.95 60.99 79. PER LONG TON 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 87.35 61.99 66. SOFT RED WHEAT.42 cubic inches or 1.36 71.31 58. Bushel = 1.70 44.2837 Cu.75 54.2445 Cu. FT.) Data taken from "General Information for Grain Loading".62 50. Test Weight per bushel (lbs.34 73. Ft. CARGO STOWAGE FACTORS 1 U. NORTHERN SPRING WHEAT. 1976.66 53.11 84. PER LONG TON TEST WEIGHT CU. PER BUSHEL SORGHUM (MILO) SOYBEANS SUNFLOWER SEED WHEAT.06 47.0315. (Winchester) bushel which is a unit of volume (dry measure) equaling 2. THE SPECIFIC TEST WEIGHTS OF PARTICULAR GRAIN CARGOES MAY VARY FROM THE FIGURES SHOWN.43 75.56 42. multiply the above stowage factors by 1. DATA ON TEST WEIGHTS IS USUALLY AVAILABLE FROM GRAIN INSPECTION OFFICES AT SHIPPING ELEVATORS. AMBER DURUM WHEAT. Published by the National Cargo Bureau. (1 Canadian Imperial Bushel equals 1. 2240 lbs.89 55. PER LONG TON TEST WEIGHT CU. New York.60 51.150.68 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 49.46 45. WHITE 57 56 28 61 62 60 59 61 NOTE: THE ABOVE TEST WEIGHTS ARE AVERAGE FIGURES BASED ON INFORMATION OBTIANED FROM GRAIN LOADING PORTS. Ft. PER BUSHEL BARLEY CORN LINSEED MILLET OATS PEANUTS RICE RYE SEFFLOWER SEED 50 55 50 57 40 51 60 58 41 LBS. LLC .61 52.

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