Marine Design Project

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USS Varuna

Members:
Ryan Abadie
Jared Acosta
Todd Capiton
Mark Pavkov
Sean Testa
NAME 4175
Dr. Cliff Whitcomb

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Table of contents

Summary ........................................................................................................................ 6
1.0 Design Requirements and Overview ....................................................... 7
2.0 Ship Geometry .................................................................................................. 10
2.1 Principal Characteristics ......................................................................................... 10
2.2 Hull Shape Characteristics...................................................................................... 14
3.0 Ship Powering ................................................................................................... 16
3.1 Description of Analysis........................................................................................... 16
3.2 Engine and Propeller Selection............................................................................... 16
3.3 Shafting ................................................................................................................... 19
3.4 Rudders and Struts .................................................................................................. 20
3.5 Generator Sets......................................................................................................... 20
4.0 General Arrangements .................................................................................. 23
4.1 Arrangement Requirements .................................................................................... 23
4.2 General Arrangements ............................................................................................ 23
4.3 Tank Arrangement .................................................................................................. 24
4.4 Floodable Lengths................................................................................................... 25
5.0 Weight Estimation ........................................................................................... 30

6.0 Intact and Damaged Stability .................................................................... 35
6.1 Intact Stability......................................................................................................... 35
6.2 Damaged Stability................................................................................................... 38
7.0 Structures ............................................................................................................. 42
7.1 Materials ................................................................................................................. 42
7.2 Plating ..................................................................................................................... 42
7.3 Scantlings................................................................................................................ 44
7.4 Hull Girder Sectional Modulus and Inertia............................................................. 45
7.5 Midship Section ...................................................................................................... 48
7.6 Shear and Bending Moments .................................................................................. 49
8.0 Seakeeping Analysis ...................................................................................... 54

9.0 Cost Analysis ..................................................................................................... 56
Conclusion .................................................................................................................. 59
Appendix ..................................................................................................................... 60
Appendix A: Mission Need Statement ......................................................................... 61
Appendix B: Ship Powering ......................................................................................... 65
B 1. NavCAD output..................................................................................................... 65
B 2. Rudder Calculations .............................................................................................. 66
B 3. Shafting/Struts Calculations.................................................................................. 66
B 4. Speed vs. Fnv ......................................................................................................... 67
Appendix C: Tank Sounding Tables............................................................................. 68

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Appendix D: Stability ................................................................................................... 72
D 1. Crane Stability Check ........................................................................................... 72
D 2. Intact Output ......................................................................................................... 73
D 3. Damaged Output ................................................................................................... 94
Appendix E: Structures ............................................................................................... 160
E 1. Auto Hydro Output.......................................................................................... 160
E 2. Abbreviations .................................................................................................. 171
E 3. Member calculations due to orientation .......................................................... 171
Appendix F: Seakeeping ............................................................................................. 174
F 1. Powersea Output.............................................................................................. 174

Table of tables
Table 1.0.1 Comparative Naval Architecture Analysis Summary...................................... 9
Table 2.1.1 Initial Principal Dimensions .......................................................................... 11
Table 2.1.2 Patrol Craft Comparison Vessels................................................................... 13
Table 2.2.1 Principal Dimensions..................................................................................... 14
Table 3.2.1 Analysis Parameters....................................................................................... 18
Table 3.2.2 Condition Data............................................................................................... 18
Table 3.2.3 Hull Data........................................................................................................ 19
Table 3.2.4 Propulsor Data ............................................................................................... 19
Table 3.2.5 Planing Parameters ........................................................................................ 19
Table 3.2.6 Planing/Resistance Data Results.................................................................... 19
Table 3.5.1 Electrical Load Analysis................................................................................ 22
Table 4.3.1 Fuel Consumption Calculation ...................................................................... 24
Table 4.3.2 Potable Water Consumption Calculation....................................................... 24
Table 5.0.1 Design Phase Weight Margins....................................................................... 30
Table 5.0.2 Tank Capacity Summary ............................................................................... 31
Table 5.0.3 Hull Structure Weight.................................................................................... 31
Table 5.0.4 Propulsion System Weight............................................................................. 32
Table 5.0.5 Electric Plant Weight ..................................................................................... 32
Table 5.0.6 Command and Surveillance Weight .............................................................. 32
Table 5.0.7 Auxiliary System Weight............................................................................... 33
Table 5.0.8 Outfit and Furnishings Weight ...................................................................... 33
Table 5.0.9 Armament Weight.......................................................................................... 33
Table 5.1.0 Misc Cargo Weight........................................................................................ 34
Table 5.1.1 Lightship Weight Summary........................................................................... 34
Table 5.1.2 Lightship Weight Summary with Margins .................................................... 34
Table 6.1.1 Wind Heeling Moment Variables .................................................................. 35
Table 6.1.2 Wind Heeling Maximum VCG Values.......................................................... 36
Table 6.1.3 High Speed Turn Moment Variables ............................................................ 36
Table 6.1.4 High Speed Turn Maximum VCG Values.................................................... 37
Table 6.2.1 Damaged Wind Heeling Moment Variables.................................................. 39
Table 7.1.1 Properties for 5086H-111 Aluminum ............................................................ 42
Table 7.2.1 ABS Bottom Slamming Pressure................................................................... 43
Table 7.2.2 Minimum Plate Thickness ............................................................................. 43

............. Speed ..0...... Beam......................................................................................................................... 44 Table 7........0.......................................................................................................6....................... 48 Figure 7....1 Length vs.......................0........5...................................................1.............................................................................. 11 Figure 2.....................................................................................1 ABS minimum member section modulus......................................... 49 Table 7...........................3 Follow ship cost ... 12 Figure 3.....6....4 ABS vs............................1......6............. 53 Table 7.......................... 26 Figure 4.2...1 Resistance vs..............1................................................2........... 58 Table of figures Figure 2.........4.... 37 Figure 6........ 43 Table 7..2 ABS Slamming Shear .. 50 ......................................3 Allowable stress due to moment and shear analysis......................... 40 Figure 6.... 47 Table 7.......................... Draft Graph ................ 56 Table 9... Draft Graph... 43 Table 7.......5.....................................................1 Maximum Allowable VCG (Damage) vs.........................................6 Minimum Side Shell Thickness..3 Minimum Bottom Plate Thickness ...........................3 Margin Line Immersion Graph....................................................... 57 Table 9.2.................... 46 Table 7..1 SM criteria for all high speed craft ........................4 Inboard Profile & Tank Plan ........................6........ 45 Table 7.... ............................................ empirical inertia...2 Combined Maximum Allowable VCG (Intact) with Conditions ...................................5 Wave Moment Still Water ................1 Maximum Allowable VCG (Intact) vs.. 46 Table 7.............................................4..............2 Outboard Profile ......4.......1.. 43 Table 7..........................................................3 Displacement vs... 28 Figure 4.....................2 ABS minimum member inertia with effective plating.......................3........................... 45 Table 7.......4 Table 7.. 53 Table 8.................. 11 Figure 2.......................... Length ...............................1 SWBS Weight Estimation .......7 Minimum Hull Girder Inertia ... 55 Table 8................. 17 Figure 3.........2............4...........................................................................................3........................................ empirical section modulus..............................0...................... 41 Figure 7...........................................................................................5 Minimum Internal Deck Thickness ...........3 Plan View ..............0. 53 Table 7.......................................Irregular Seas.................................................... 38 Figure 6......2 EHP vs........1 Floodable Lengths ......................... 55 Table 9... 46 Table 7......................................3..............................2.......... 46 Table 7...... 43 Table 7...................1................................................................. 47 Table 7..................................... 27 Figure 4..........................................1 Midship Section........................2 SM craft 79 ft and over .............4 Minimum Strength Deck Thickness ............. 29 Figure 6............2.... 18 Figure 4............................................. 47 Table 7....................2 USS Varuna Seakeeping Data – Irregular head seas.........2 Maximum Allowable VCG (Damage) vs......................4......6 Slamming Moment ........ 44 Table 7........2 Displacement vs.....2..........1..1..............................3 ABS vs... Draft ..................... 17 Figure 3..1.................2.................4....................................................................................2 Lead ship cost ............1 PNA Motions Criteria vs.............2... 40 Figure 6.................................. Speed.......3 118’ WPB Model Data – Irregular head seas... Varuna Output .......................3 SHP vs........................ 54 Table 8...............2......4...................1 Section modulus calculation ............................................ Draft Graph ............3.....3 Wave Moment Sagging .......1 Full load Still Water Conditions............................1 ABS Wave Shearing Force .............. Speed .4 Wave Moment Hogging...............0.............. ....................................0......

...........4 Min........................................................................5 Figure 7.....2 Full Load Hogging Wave ............................. Still Water Conditions....... Sagging Wave .......6.. Op..................................... Hogging Wave .............. Op...3 Full Load Sagging Wave .....6... 52 ..................6.........5 Min........ 51 Figure 7......... 51 Figure 7......6....................................... 52 Figure 7...............................................6.......................6 Min.............. Op.............. 50 Figure 7.............

Lines for the hull form were then generated as well as powering requirements. The Varuna is a high-speed aluminum planing hull with twin-screw diesel propulsion and light armament. The project started with a Navy Mission Need statement and from that a concept design was initiated.___________________ Sean Testa .___________________ Jared Acosta . as was a weight estimation of all seven weight groups.___________________ Todd Capiton . All findings are presented along with calculations supporting the design aspects. USS Varuna.6 Summary This paper focuses on the second iteration in the design of a 115’ patrol craft.___________________ . intact and damaged. The second iteration began in January 2005 with considerable changes to design including hull form and principal dimensions as well arrangements. A stability analysis. A general arrangement of all decks and tanks was produced. was performed for applicable criteria and floodable lengths were found. The analysis for the structural integrity of the vessel is presented in detail for primary loading. Team members involved in the project include: • • • • • Ryan Abadie . including weight margins.___________________ Mark Pavkov . A seakeeping analysis is presented and an initial economic analysis was performed.

survivability. Manning. The vessel must have a five-day endurance. at minimum fore and aft guns. The more specific requirements in the MNS will be used as a guideline for design and include the following: mission. while the specific details of the design are omitted. and armament. it is stated that it must withstand sea state 5. etc. Redundancy of machinery is also specified to maintain mobility in case of failure. and fight hurt and survive”. avoid soft-kill sensors and systems. Since the vessel will be operated in open seas. The vessel must “protect itself. The mission of this vessel is clearly defined as coastal patrol. Because speed requirements were not specified. degrade gracefully. and mobility. Type and extent of weaponry is based on vessel application and size.0 Design Requirements and Overview The Mission Need Statement (MNS) supplied by the Navy (Appendix A) provides a general outline of vessel parameters and requirements. Exact requirements for speed are to be determined by the designer and will be comparable to vessels of similar size and use. Armament is to be modular. The vessel will have surveillance/intelligence outfitting and transport an interceptor vessel with over the side launch and retrieval. The vessel should also be able to avoid radar detection. namely. The MNS specifies the need for survivability. Although the degree of armament remains to be determined. The vessel must remain maneuverable at “sustained Naval expeditionary force speeds” as stated by the MNS. relatively high speed. the vessel must include light weapons. and surveillance. stores. signal interception. These applications dictate certain needs for this vessel. . size. interdiction. reduced draft (assumed to be less than 10 feet) for operation near shore. the above guidelines were taken from “Patrol Coastal Program – Requirements Definition to Contract Award”. and speed. and fuel capacity are issues that will be addressed. one of which will be a 35mm cannon.7 1. Protection from enemy attack as well as weather and environment are necessary. Range is not explicitly defined and depends on application. a paper published in the Technical Proceedings to the Small Boats Symposium 1993. armament. allowing for easy modification if necessary.

57 22.Deck Height 10.1 17 6.8 I.600 - - CX 0.840 - - ∇TK /∇T .00 - 17.070 - - - WL /WT .710 Based on loading cond.060 0.070 Check outfit wt (high) W7 /WT 0. wt (high) Check powering (high) .35 W2 /WT 0.0 35.020 0. Capacity Size Ratios - - - PI /∆ (shp/Ton) .180 Check fuel needs (high) WA /WT (F20) Fuel (aviation) - - - WLD /WT (F00) III.210 0.Design Margin NT /∆ (men/Ton) . wt (high) Wg /WT (M11) .210 0.12 16.4 0.2 6.250 0.040 0.8 6.120 0.00 ∇HUW /∇T - - - ∇HAW /∇T - - - ∇DH /∇T .700 - - ∇MB /∇T .110 - ∇T /∆ (ft /Ton) V.030 0. Specific Ratios 35.210 0.150 0.200 W3 /WT 0.Fuel 0.0 35.86 0.2 0.090 W4 /WT 0.2 0.130 W6 /WT 0.7 32 8.090 0.72 - - VS .060 0.Tankage 0.13 0. Gross Characteristics 115’ PC PC 6 AM 500 Comments ∆FL (LT) L (ft) B (ft) T (ft) 89 115 20 4.5 0.5 kWI /∆ (kW/Ton) . Volume Allocation - - - ∇T 3115 11498 16800 Havg .Machinery Box 0.Speed (knots) II.450 - - ∇1 /∇T - - - ∇2 /∇T IV.050 0.7 10.Depth of Hull Structure at Midship L/B 10 5.130 0.12 Check struct.Light Ship 0. Allocation Fraction 40 35 41 W1 /WT 0.680 0.25 329 170 25 8 480 206.1 D10 (ft) .Deck House 1.9 1.Crew and Effects 3 Check struct.0 W1 /∇T (lb/ft3) 31.5 CP 0. Wt.080 W5 /WT 0.Electric Generation Installed 1. wt WF /WT (F40) .Power Installed 79.

First and foremost was the weight estimate.04 Check powering (high) 113.3 86. the task did shed some light on areas of the design that needed to be addressed.33 ∆ / ∇T 64.110 0.45 3. .110 WCS · VS /∆ 4. A more thorough evaluation of weights is presented in this report.6 WCS /∇1 VII. seems to have been over-estimated.52 7. and therefore the fuel capacity.00 64. and electrical system weights are somewhat high. Savitsky’s Short Form was used on the first iteration of the design but further analysis was performed in NavCAD in this report.84 46.93 3 W6 /∇T (lb/ft ) VI. Overall - - - WCS /∆ 0.35 ∇MB /PI (ft /shp) .00 WCS (tons) 9. The chart shows that the outfitting. as the weight estimate in the first iteration was based on regression analysis of similar vessels and not the actual components of the 115’ patrol craft. structural. Secondly.040 0.04 1. the powering. wt (high) Check outfit wt (high) Used W4+W7 V in kts Note: (-) denotes values that could not be found Table 1. This was expected.86 6.37 5.1 Comparative Naval Architecture Analysis Summary Two patrol boats were used in the comparative naval architecture table – the PC 6 Sirocco Class and a design by Advanced Marine known as the AM 500.0. Densities (lb/ft3) 13.51 W5 /∇T (lb/ft ) Check elect.9 W2 /PI (lb/shp) 5.0 90.6 52.Machinery Box 0.00 64. Although not all values could be obtained for the comparison vessels.37 - - W3 /kWI (lb/shp) 3 49.8 12.2 3 5.40 4.

2 was used to find the displacement: ∆ = 2. it was decided that a planing hull would be used to minimize resistance at high speeds and retain a shallow draft.0 ft in order to maintain a low displacement. The following values were plotted for the sample vessels and a regression analysis performed to obtain preliminary dimensions: length vs.3. these values were altered based on a patrol boat design by Advanced Marine known as the AM 110. 1964) and the cruising velocity should be roughly 30 knots. Marine Technology. from figure 2. Before beginning the hull sizing process.5 ft However.5 ft Therefore.1. and displacement vs. 23 ft in breadth. displacement. Using these values and Savitsky’s equation: CV = V/(g*B). The draft was reduced to 4. it was known that planing hulls require a coefficient of velocity (CV) of 2 (Savitsky.10 2.1 was used to determine length: L = 9. The first modification to the derived principal dimensions was to increase the length to 115’ to obtain a similar L/B ratio (a long and slender design was preferred for the reduction in vertical accelerations and efficiency of propulsion). a value for draft was found: ∆ = 56.0 Ship Geometry 2. draft. a spreadsheet of similar vessels was comprised. the equation in figure 2.55 LT Finally. initial principal dimensions were as follows: L = 105 ft B = 20 ft T = 5.1.01 = 113. and 4. To begin the design. length vs. Next. US Navy class vessels.8 ft in draft.857*T – 253. beam. With these modifications the revised principle dimensions were as follows: .1 Principal Characteristics To arrive at the initial principal characteristics for the design. aluminum would be used for the hull as well as superstructure to further reduce displacement. and a builder of military vessels (Vosper Thornycroft) whose missions and requirements were similar to those outlined in the Mission Need Statement. Furthermore. the relationship shown in figure 2.2244*L –120.8489*B –91.56 T = 5.1.585 = 105 ft Knowing the length. “Hydrodynamic Design of Planing Hulls”. The vessels included US Coast Guard class vessels. This Coast Guard coastal patrol craft was used for reference and is a 123 ft in length.5 a value of 20 feet was found for the vessel’s beam.

1.0 Displ (LT) L (ft) B (ft) T (ft) Table 2. Length 140 160 180 .1 Initial Principal Dimensions 180 160 140 Length (ft) 120 100 y = 9.120.1.2244x .585 80 60 40 20 0 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 Beam (ft) Figure 2. Beam 400 Displacement (LT) 350 300 250 200 150 100 y = 2.01 50 0 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 Length (ft) Figure 2.91.1.1 Length vs.8489x .2 Displacement vs.11 100 115 20 4.

Draft 9 9.5 6 6.12 400 350 Displacement (LT) 300 250 200 150 100 y = 56.56 50 0 4 4.5 10 .5 7 7.3 Displacement vs.5 8 8.253.1.857x .5 5 5.5 Draft (ft) Figure 2.

5 34 14 40 16 25 3. FPP quad screw FPP Table 2.8 164.3 diesel 5308 3300 7.4 17.3 diesel 5308 3000 6. FPP twin screw.6 diesel 3020 1400 7. FPP twin screw. FPP twin screw.5 19.9 diesel 13400 2000 Propulsion twin screw.Vessel Class / Type USCG Island USCG Island Vosper 34 m Fast Patrol Vosper Tenacity USCG Marine Protector USCG Point USN Asheville USN PC Cyclone Displacement Length Beam Draft Power (LT) 175 165 133 90 66 285 341 (ft) 123 110 114 144.5 87 82.3 CODOG 1450/26600 2300 7. FPP twin screw. FPP twin screw.2 Patrol Craft Comparison Vessels Max Speed Cruising Construction Speed (Kts) (Kts) Cost 28 29.6 24 25 Power Range (ft) Plant (HP) (NM) 7.5 million 22 8 35 14 35 25 - .5 170 (ft) 21 21 21 26. FPP twin screw.1.6 diesel 3004 900 6 diesel 1340 1580 9.75 CODOG 5.

where values of 2. There were many changes to the original hull form. This produced a L/B ratio of 5.14 2.2. Space in the hull (particularly in the engine room) was somewhat of a problem. was modeled using Rhinoceros 3.0 Table 2. at the desired max velocity of 40 knots a speed to length ratio of 3. Model testing of the hull would also be an important part of this investigation. generally need 12° to 18° of deadrise in order to plane efficiently. Deadrise of the original design was 25° at the transom and increased to 29° at midships. Length and draft were kept constant.22 and would also aid in planing. the deadrise was reduced from 26° to 15° in the transom. The deep vee design was desired for its seakeeping capabilities. therefore the beam was increased by two feet to 22 feet maximum. In order to explore the performance of the hull.0. The details of the original design and the revised design are described here. In order to minimize vertical accelerations a deep.79 was obtained. below deck space problem. planing form. hard-chined design was utilized. The vee design and fine forefoot were kept to minimize vertical accelerations. General Hydrostatics Software (GHS) was then used to get hydrostatic data. Larger planing hulls. as well as the revised version. motions software will be used. The initial hull form.1 Principal Dimensions . The revised design retained many aspects of the original design. such as the patrol craft. as was the general hard-chined. The first source of support that the hull would achieve planing is that the design was based on a CV of 2 (Satvitsky’s requirement for planing). After more research into planing hulls over 100 feet and also to combat the internal. A warped vee (non-constant deadrise). All of these changes produced a hull similar to a design noted in the SNAME Small Craft Data Sheets – model # TMB-4667. Secondly.2 Hull Shape Characteristics Arriving at the present hull form required significant revision of the initial design. fine forefoot was used. however. The hull lines follow and the updated principal dimensions are: Displ (LT) L (ft) B (ft) T (ft) 121 115 22 4. Flare was added in the bow to keep water off the deck and to add buoyancy as the bow is submerged.5 to 3 have traditionally been associated with planing hulls. Whether or not the hull would actually plane was of significant importance.

15 Figure 2.1 Lines plan .2.

Using the parameters of the patrol boat. Rev A). etc. The shaft angle was approximated by using the target prop diameter of 4 feet plus 20% for tip clearance. Appendages in the analysis included rudders. The margin consists of 5% for calculation variance. Since the weight and size of the vessel were increased. Given a required power of 5603 HP and an installed power of 7300 HP.5 were found at 33 and 34 knots for Full Load and Min Op conditions. the engines were selected.5 LT. and shafts. The input values used in the analysis are listed in tables 3. The Navy requires a margin of 20% associated with planing hulls (NAVSEA report # 6660-99.2. Conventionally. Michigan Wheel Corporation was contacted for a better estimation of prop characteristics. Volumetric Froude numbers of 2. The reduction gears were sized once the propeller dimensions were known and a reduction of 2:1 was needed. This gives a total horsepower for the vessel of 7300. vessels of this size and application utilize diesel engines. the propellers were found to cavitate and finding the resources to choose the optimum propeller proved difficult. continuous.0 Ship Powering 3. Therefore.7. It is a 16 cylinder. it was evident that the increased load would also produce cavitation. In the first iteration. or 17. The MTU 16V-4000 was chosen for its light weight and continuous rating. The propeller has a diameter of 48”. . a pitch of 51”.5. struts. Using a matching program from the ZF Marine website. This indicated approximately at what speeds the vessel would plane. This convention was followed when selecting the power plant for the vessel. the ZF 7850 C model was selected. Ideally. reversible.1 Description of Analysis The powering estimate for the Varuna employed NavCAD and the Savitsky resistance model for planing hulls. the resistance at 40 knots increased by 3 % when adding appendages. and an area ratio of 0. and waves. a margin of 23% was obtained. 5% for fouling. respectively. The analysis was performed for a sea state of three and a wind speed of 13. Michigan Wheel recommended a custom Series 5-bladed propeller for high-speed craft.2 Engine and Propeller Selection Bases on the NavCAD horsepower results. At 32037 pounds. The twinscrew vessel required 2 engines with a rating of at least 2704 each to achieve the total horsepower need of 5603. wind. 3. The total weight of the gears and engines came to 39016 lbs. The horsepower needed to propel the vessel at the maximum design speed of 40 knots was found to be 5603 horsepower. V configuration with turbo chargers producing 3650 HP at 2100 RPM and weighs approximately 17000 lbs dry without the reduction gear. It is a medium duty.16 3..1-3. single speed transmission with a 2:1 reduction and weighs 2508 lbs.5 knots. Appendix B includes tables that illustrate how Fnν varied with speed.2. the final shaft angle would align the shaft with the CG to promote desirable trim characteristics when planing. and 10% for the “hump” region. Powering was analyzed with and without appendages and environmental effects.

Speed 4500 4000 3500 EHP (hp) 3000 2500 2000 1500 1000 500 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Velocity (kts) Figure 3.2. Speed 45 .2.17 35000 30000 R total (lbs) 25000 20000 15000 10000 5000 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 35 40 45 Velocity (kts) Figure 3.1 Resistance vs.2 EHP vs.

2.2.2.2791e-05 ft2/s Table 3. Speed Bare-hull Savitsky planning Technique Prediction Cf type ITTC Align to Rbare/W Correlation allowance(Ca) 0.1 Analysis Parameters Water type Mass density Kinematic visc Standard Salt 1.18 6000 5000 SHP (hp) 4000 3000 2000 1000 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Velocity (kts) Figure 3.3 SHP vs.9905 slug/ft3 1.0004 Table 3.2 Condition Data 35 40 45 .

13 2.19 Length between PP WL bow pt aft FP Length on WL Max beam on WL Max molded draft Displacement bare Wetted surface Proj chine length Max chine beam Proj bottom area Deadrise midchine LCG fwd transom VCG above BL 115.001701 0.6 Planing/Resistance Data Results 3.2.0.001676 Rbare/W 0.37E+08 4..986 1.03588 0.0 Table 3.001719 0..5” was .3 2.000 8. Aquamet 22 was chosen as the shaft material for its strength.000 21.63E+08 4.660 ft 2.6.000 121.0526 0.770 18.08744 0.754 0.001745 0.13 0.5 Planing Parameters Vel [kts] 10 14 18 22 26 30 34 38 40 Fn 0.001917 0..06328 0.3 Hull Data 8.100 111. and light weight.30 21.406 0.000 46.210 20.001836 0. availability.64.880 ft ft ft ft ft LT 2 ft ft ft 2 ft deg ft ft Table 3.500 1769.000 deg 2 -2.001679 0..03E+08 4.06E+08 3.8 0.76 1780....7 1.18 0..102 1..29 0.46E+08 3.11746 EHP [hp] 300 508 792 1165 1633 2195 2843 3557 3932 SHP [hp] 517 795 1185 1703 2356 3145 4056 5067 5603 Table 3.0999 0.59E+08 4.5 0.050 ft Shaft angle to BL VCE above BL LCE fwd transom Table 3.380 4.370 4.16 Rn 1.3 Shafting Requirements for shaft diameter were found using ABS High Speed Naval Craft Rules.920 105.04337 0.001688 0.2.07504 0. a shaft diameter of 4.82E+08 4.64.001783 0. Using the engine and propeller parameters.51 0.4 Propulsor Data Parameters: Fn(Bch) Fn-high LCG/Bch Clb-high Deadrise Savitsky planing 1.638 0.2.87 0.90E+08 Cf 0..80E+08 2.11183 0.522 0.2.

distance from screw to rudder.46 7.5 Generator Sets The Navy requires full redundancy for the vessel’s electrical powering. double plate rudder for high performance craft was chosen as the basis for the rudder shape.46 7.25 0. kW and load factor values. were not selected.93 0. The bossing pipe was found to require a 1” wall thickness. Therefore.00 0.10 0.49 1.12 0. LOAD CHARACTERISTICS LOAD DESCRIPTION Steering Pump #1 Steering Pump #2 Port Generator Room Blower Starboard Generator Room Blower Port Engine Room Blower Starboard Engine Room Blower Air Compressor #1 Air Compressor #2 Fire Pump Bilge Pump Potable Water Pressure Set Pump HVAC Compressor Control Panel UNDER WAY ON STATION kW 7.12 0.41 460 460 460 460 460 460 460 1.00 1. The rudder is balanced with 15 % of the area forward of the stock.00 1.52 LT.10 0.12 1. tip clearance. For this iteration.12 1. based on the on-station condition.49 1.12 1.20 1. Blount Associates.00 kW 7.76 VOLTS 480 480 460 L/F 1. ABS Rules were used to find the rudder force and torque to be used for structural design in the future.12 AMPS 11.15 1.00 0. Rudder shape and placement can be seen on the general arrangement.5. i. The electric load analysis shown in table 3. 3.00 0.46 1.49 1.34 460 460 0. This model produces 80 kW.e. or 0.12 L/F 1. providing the Varuna with 160 kW total and a power margin of 23%.00 1.00 1.15 1. ABS High Speed Naval Craft Rules were also used to find preliminary sizes for struts and bossings.12 1.41 23.49 0.12 1.00 0. pumps.85 23.76 1.20 obtained.) were found from David Gerr’s Propeller Handbook.76 5. piping.00 kW 7. etc. 2002). All placement dimensions (i.92 1. there must be at least two generators with one generator supporting the entire electrical load plus have a reserve of 20% power.93 0.73 14.10 1. The analysis was based on that of a 115 foot aluminum crewboat.12 1.49 .76 1.12 3.46 1. Calculations supporting these findings can be found in Appendix B. when unknown.00 1. etc. “V” type struts were used and a plate thickness of 1.92 14.00 1.4 Rudders and Struts Preliminary design for the rudders began with minimum area requirements obtained from Sorenson’s Guide to Powerboats (Donald L.10 1.49 1.00 1. total weight per shaft was found to be 1159 lbs.49 0.75” was found. including a 20% margin.20 1.12 1.25 0.1 dictated a power need of 59 kW. Each rudder has an area of 6.22 11.00 1.217.e.17 2.85 5.46 0.73 3. two Cummins DGCG 60 Hz generators were selected. With the shaft being approximately 27’ long. 3.00 1.75 1.00 0. Based on this analysis.52 ft2 and a thickness/cord ratio of . A commonly used wedge shape.00 1.00 0.22 1. compressors.00 0. were used from the crewboat and applied to components of the Varuna.

50 1.09 0.Port Cabins Microwave Oven Coffee Maker Entertainment Circuit #1 Entertainment Circuit #2 Passenger Lounge Lights #1 1.10 1.90 4.Generator Room Welding Machine #1 Receptacles .20 0. Receptacles & Lights .22 0.05 0.10 0.20 0.16 0.Galley & Hallway Receptacles.10 0.20 0.50 0.00 1.50 0.17 4.55 4.60 10.28 28.17 4.00 0.16 0.19 0.50 4.30 0.10 0.50 7.33 7.50 0.50 0.20 0.21 208 208 208 208 120 208 208 1.09 0.88 0.00 1.88 0.50 0.Starboard Cabins Range Hood Lights . Mess Receptacle.Mess Room Refrigerator #1 Lights .90 0.Generator Start Battery Charger #2 .50 5.09 0.50 0.20 0.00 0.50 1.10 0.85 4.09 0.10 1.34 2.50 0.50 0.20 1.17 4.50 1.73 0.58 7.90 0.09 0. Starboard Cabins and AC Space Exhaust Fans.90 1.17 4.13 0.50 0.50 0.15 0.49 0.10 0.00 0.25 0.88 4. Mess and port Cabins Receptacle.10 0.00 1.20 0.20 0.37 0.49 1.50 0.50 0.09 0.22 0.00 6.88 7.00 0.00 0.33 4.67 0.69 48.10 0.21 Sea Water Pump HVAC Compressor Control Panel Tempered Water Pump MSD IMO Dilution Pump Sewage Discharge Pump Engine Room Lights #1 Engine Room Lights #2 Generator Room Lights #1 Generator Room Lights #2 Rudder Room Lights #1 Rudder Room Lights #2 Generator Heater #1 Generator Heater #2 Battery Charger #1 .17 7.90 4.00 0.Main Deck Heads Air Handlers Main Deck Range Top Oven Lights .17 7.50 0.10 0.08 7.17 4.85 4.17 1.50 0.17 4.20 0.44 1.10 0.10 0.10 0.50 .05 0.88 0.33 208 1.09 0.00 1.50 0.60 0.49 1.50 0.05 0.34 5.05 0.50 1.00 1.20 0.50 0.00 1.10 0.09 0.16 0.Main Engine Electronics Receptacles .10 0.50 0.10 0.50 0.10 0.90 0.10 0.00 0.49 3.00 1.25 0.17 7.10 1.50 1.49 1.85 28.Main Engine Electronics Battery Charger #3 .50 0.10 0.18 0.00 1.10 0.20 1.50 0.20 1.49 0.09 0.20 0.16 1.00 0.00 1.09 0.30 0.88 7.50 0.20 0.13 0.10 0.00 2.50 0.33 208 0.20 1.30 0.20 0.17 120 208 208 208 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 0.10 0.50 0.44 1.09 0.00 1.00 0.88 7.00 1.00 0.00 0.17 4.37 0.10 0.Engine Room Chest Freezer Water Heater #1 Water Heater #2 Pantry Lighting and Exhaust Fans Lights .33 120 120 120 0.98 6.50 0.00 0.50 0.10 1.25 0.50 0.50 0.17 8.10 0.09 0.00 0.20 1.10 0.33 120 0.33 8.00 0.50 0.33 120 0.33 120 0.00 0.50 0.10 1.00 1.10 0.33 8.17 10.10 0.10 0. Pantries.33 460 460 460 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 1.00 0.20 1.00 0.10 1.00 0.00 0.20 1.10 1. Galley Receptacle.50 0. Hallway.42 4.20 0.20 1.09 0.09 0.15 0.30 0.50 1.20 0.10 0.21 7.18 0.50 0.88 2.10 0.50 0.69 4.00 0.

00 0.00 0.00 0.02 3.00 0.00 1.50 1.02 0.00 0.00 0.02 0.87 58.50 9.00 1.00 0.00 1.00 0.33 7.17 0.10 0.Upper Deck Heads Lights .33 1.00 1.00 0.02 0.17 0.00 0.50 0.20 0.02 0.50 1.50 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.88 0.00 0.50 0.00 0.90 1.85 1.17 4.00 0.50 0.Pilothouse #1 Lights .18 1.00 1.10 0.85 1.10 0.00 1.50 0.50 0.00 0.09 0.00 0.55 0.20 1.50 0.50 1.02 0.00 0.20 1. Exhaust Fans & Receptacles .17 0.17 0.90 1.14 12.10 0.50 1.00 0.17 0.02 0.64 0.20 1.90 1.5.02 0.10 0.33 7.09 0.00 0.90 0.50 1.33 4.17 0.36 1.00 0.33 7.00 0.00 7.33 4.50 0.50 8.10 0.00 0.00 0.85 0.00 0.50 8.00 0.00 0.00 Totals 168.00 0.33 4.10 0.02 0.10 0.00 0.17 8.44 0.00 0.00 1.88 0.Emergency Radio Windshield Wipers Starboard Side Light #1 Starboard Side Light #2 Port Side Light #1 Port Side Light #2 Masthead Light #1 Masthead Light #2 Stern Light #1 Stern Light #2 Anchor Light Upper NUC Light Lower NUC Light Fwd Gun 0.50 1.17 8.18 1.02 0.00 0.00 1.22 Passenger Lounge Lights #2 Dish Washer Lights.10 0.88 0.92 .17 8.00 1.90 0.02 0.20 1.00 0.00 0.50 0.00 0.00 1.00 3.00 0.50 7.00 0.00 0.17 0.20 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.02 30.75 0.17 4.1 Electrical Load Analysis 56.00 1.20 1.50 0.00 0.93 7.10 1.00 0.02 0.00 0.88 0.00 0.50 1.08 9.00 1.23 0.00 0.17 0.50 1.Pilothouse #2 Air Handlers .67 8.00 1.14 1.20 0.50 1.75 0.17 4.50 0.85 0.25 0.00 0.02 0.17 0.17 - 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 - 0.83 7.00 0.Pilothouse Navigation Light Panel #7 Radar #1 Radar #2 Autopilot Floodlight #1 Electronic Power Supply #1 Floodlight #2 Electronic Power Supply #2 Floodlight #3 Fire Detection Panel Floodlight #4 Water Cooler Deck Lights #1 Searchlight #1 Deck Lights #2 Searchlight #2 Deck Lights #3 Searchlight #3 Deck Lights #4 Battery Charger .00 0.50 0.33 4.00 0.02 0.00 1.74 Table 3.09 0.02 0.20 1.02 0.00 0.00 0.02 0.00 1.25 0.10 0.17 0.33 4.17 8.77 120 120 1.50 0.00 0.23 1.50 0.49 0.44 0.22 0.00 0.50 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.50 0.00 0.08 0.02 0.17 120 120 120 208 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 120 0.02 0.08 7.00 0.17 0.00 0.10 1.00 1.00 0.02 0.00 0.10 0.00 0.02 0.10 1.00 1.00 0.11 0.00 1.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.

0 General Arrangements 4. and one X. Furthermore. lounges. and by way of stairs leading to the pilothouse.O. forward. compressed air components. The remainder of the crew accommodations are located aft. with the generators just outboard of the shafts. have at least two exits for safety. Margins were applied to the tankage to ensure survivability in the event the endurance duration was exceeded. aside from the rudder room. and by way of stairs leading to the first deck.e. The total accommodations for the vessel are 14 bunks plus two spare. the magazine is below the 4 foot waterline depth. The NAVSEA Shipboard Habitability Design Criteria Manual did not specify area requirements for accommodations of vessels this length.23 4. pumps. The berthings below deck were placed away from machinery and galley spaces to limit noise and vibration. and a television. Generators. The C. and microwave.2 General Arrangements The general arrangement of the ship is provided at the end of section 4. this allows for an uneven number of female crew. Exits below deck are located aft. and the sewage treatment devise were placed in the machinery space aft of the main engine room. tankage was to be designed to support an endurance of 5 days without replenishment. The first accommodation deck includes officer accommodations just below the pilothouse for accessibility. as the below deck space is limited. refrigerator. All decks and machinery spaces. so values for 150 foot vessels were used. Exits from the first deck are located aft. The forward gun foundation was placed near a watertight bulkhead for structural considerations. mess.1 Arrangement Requirements The arrangements of all compartments on the vessel were designed according to the NAVSEA Shipboard Habitability Design Criteria Manual. The galley includes a range. freezer. The vessel was required to have accommodations for a male/female crew of 14.O. Lounge areas include a table. forward. and ammo storage are located below deck. chairs. In addition. Men’s/women’s heads are also located on the first deck and include equal facilities (i. . two full heads per sex). Crew accommodations include two berths (triple bunks were not used due to space limitations). Ammunition storage was located near the forward gun for accessibility. as well as counter space of food preparation. sink. The majority of the berthing is located on the first deck. Officer accommodations include a single berth. The berthing was split between decks to avoid one-hit elimination of the crew. As required by the NAVSEA Design Manual. the galley was located near the machinery room to minimize electrical wiring and piping distances. locker. 4. sink.O. and desk. The water maker was located forward above the potable water tanks. In general. two lockers and a desk. The galley. all berths were located near or aft of midship in order to combat discomfort from roll/pitch/slamming motions. including one C.’s quarters also includes a full head and computer.0.

There is a small crane (1.000 to 15. fuel capacity for the 5-day endurance requirement was calculated for speeds well above the economic speed of 15 knots. and water closet and sink.0 US GALLONS TOTAL REQUIRED = Table 4.24 The pilothouse has ample visibility and console space and includes a chart table. The radio room is located aft of the pilothouse. Limited space also led to a change in potable water tankage.000 gallons and was abandoned due to lack of space. a stern ramp was desired to provide quick launching of the RIB but after 3-D modeling the set-up.8 US GALLONS 6021.700 gallons was reduced to 1. 4.3.2 Potable Water Consumption Calculation .6 GPH GPH 1070.3.021 gallons was necessary (see table 4. This produced values of 10.0 US GALLONS 10 % MARGIN 535.200 gallons and a 700 gallon/day water maker installed.2 US GALLONS 2. can carry 6 men at a speed of 25 knots.0. The paramount requirements for tankage dealt with fuel and potable water.3 QUANTITY OF GENSETS 2. Lube oil and dirty oil tanks were located under the main engines.0 TOTAL = FUEL USED IN 5 DAYS = 44. Initially. Tankage was to be located around midships as much as possible in order to promote minimal trimming.1 Fuel Consumption Calculation POTABLE WATER US NAVY STANDARD = 30 GALLONS/MAN/DAY FOR 16 MEN = 480 US GALLONS FOR 5 DAYS = 2400 US GALLONS 10 % MARGIN 2.3. Exits from the pilothouse are located aft and by way of stairs leading to the first deck. FUEL MAIN ENGINE CONSUMPTION @ 15 KNOTS = 20 QUANTITY OF MAIN ENGINES GPH (gallons/hour) 2 GENSET CONSUMPTION PER HOUR = 2.3 Tank Arrangement The tank arrangement is given at the end of section 4.5 feet max) on the stern deck to launch the RIB and lift miscellaneous objects. Initially. a fuel capacity of 6. At the economic speed for the noted endurance. In order to permit space and weight savings. The SOLAS approved RIB on the aft deck is 15 feet overall.5% UNPUMPABLE TOTAL REQUIRED = 240 US GALLONS 60 US GALLONS 2700 US GALLONS Table 4. Fuel was not stored under machinery spaces and day tanks were located adjacent to the main engines. size was found to be limited.1).5% UNPUMPABLE 133. it was necessary to distribute the tankage over most of the length of the hull. the calculated volume of 2.3 LT @ 11. Due to the space limitations.4 GPD (gallons/day) 5352.

The particulars used were the fully loaded condition at 4 ft draft (121 LT) and a prescribed 3” margin. The engine room compartment was determined first.25 4. This location was determined using a maximum shafting angle of no more than 150 and the location of engine compartments of existing patrol craft and crewboats. the Navy Stability Rules. . at a distance of 30% of LOA from the transom. The floodable lengths plot is as follows. The solution chosen was to decrease the bulkhead distance.85 permeability) failed at the design waterline. the aft machinery spaces (0. Calculating with AutoHydro and plotting the Floodable Lengths Curves in AutoCAD. Divisions at the fore and aft ends were minimized to promote survivability while midship compartments were maximized for habitability usage. These spaces would have to either be shortened or the vessel would need to have a lighter displacement. This approach proved successful and the Varuna’s bulkhead spacing was finalized with some bulkhead distances shorter than the required minimums.4 Floodable Lengths The minimum spacing between watertight bulkheads was determined from DDS 079-1.

0.26 Figure 4.1 Floodable Lengths .

27 Figure 4.2 Outboard Profile .0.

0.28 Pilot House Water Heater Stores Up Crew lounge Officer mess and lounge Figure 4.3 Plan View .

0.4 Inboard Profile & Tank Plan .29 BL 0 Figure 4.

speed. A margin of 10 % was used for fuel and initially for potable water (water capacity was later decreased by use of a water maker in order to promote weight savings).5 % of total structural weight was added to compensate for added weight from welding. stores. Weight Group Weight Margin (%) 100 .0.Armament 5 Load Items 2 Table 5. Tankage weight was found using hydrostatics software and appropriate margins.Auxiliary 12 600 . leaving 6. 1. Documented weights were used. and the required margins for each weight group. These margins were found in the Procedures Manual for Stability Analysis of US Navy Small Craft.30 5.1. The target weight for the Varuna was 121 LT at the design draft of 4 feet.6%). when available.0 Weight Estimation The weight estimate for the Varuna included a combination of calculated values.1.6660-99 Rev. as the sizes of plates and scantlings were known as well as the material properties of 5086 aluminum.57 LT. including margins.0.3 to 5. Tables 5. Minimal estimation was used when finding the hull structural and superstructure weights. Table 5. the weight would probably exceed the 114. 1998.1 Design Phase Weight Margins .1 show the weight breakdown for each group and table 5. Referring to the full load condition located in Appendix D. for preliminary design. and tankage. the RIB. A.2 shows all tank capacities and Appendix C includes tank tables for the vessel. estimated values. Additional weight items presented here include crew.Propulsion 9 300 . not the calculated weight of 114. Centers of gravity for each item were measured from the general arrangement. ammunition. The deck crane was included in the lightship weight value.0. the vessel’s maximum displacement is 114. and application.43 LT for miscellaneous weight items to be added in the future (or an additional margin of 5.2 shows the summary of all groups.Outfit 12 700 .Aluminum 8 200 . No.57 LT value and 121 LT was used as a worse case scenario. for all group components and the weights of remaining items were estimated using values from vessels of similar size.0. The margins used for each weight group are given in table 5.Electrical 12 400 – Command/Surveillance 12 500 .1. In reality.57 LT. An important note is that all analysis presented in the report were performed at the target weight of 121 LT.

38 38 .65 2.52 2.15 0.0.17 6.42 6.95 76.36 4.65 0.13 5.46 64.98 9.51 113.P FUELOIL3.from BL Table 5.62 Table 5.0.P Fuel Oil Totals 20 .07 0.43 63 .S FUELOIL4.3 Hull Structure Weight 65.11 2.30 2.67 1.08 608.94 9.84 61.63 75.84 58.18 14.50 65.68 26.47 3.90 62.88 1.95 Fuel Oil FUELOIL1.75 10.34 6.4 4.32 33.08 13.8 0.41 LCG LONG-MOM (FT) (FT*LT) 71.54 28.22 0.05 0.19 256.83 8.30 0.S FUELDAY.90 6.85 5.44 4.05 579.05 0.88 2.4 2.00 1.43 273.4 19.88 3.11 283.27 2789.51 22.65 3.48 43 .48 0.76 1.35 369.46 58.33 23.63 6.33 65.83 -1.01 43.50 0.64 0 1.41 0.63 42.19 8.38 20 .06 93.P Miscellaneous Totals 8 .44 Compartment References: LCG .43 0.8 6025.23 0.61 2.08 3.60 0 1.00 91.12 3.71 9.38 6.29" T deck 0.87 0.82 5.08 8.41 0.75 105.00 62.00 9.4 28.43 39.8 3.24 10.95 1.42 1.P Potable Water Totals 14 .18 2.65 63 .48 0.01 0.19 124.15 1.05 18.17 0.20 218.2 1270.67 106.31 Location (Frame) Weight (LT) Volume (Gal) LCG (FT) TCG (FT) VCG (FT) Miscellaneous SEWAGE.33 5.60 -4.06 0.2 Tank Capacity Summary SWBS DESCRIPTION GRP 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 111 112 112 112 112 112 112 113 HULL STRUCTURE Superstructure Deck plating Bottom plating Shell plating Transom plating 0.86 75.32 1.63 VERT-MOM (FT*LT) 17.43 0.31 41.82 0.51 67.34 0.8 0.84 64.36 -2.77 7.34 6.96 17.2 635.33 0.48 1.22 30.10 222.9 579.58 71.81 1.35 9.10 5.05 0.0 228.75 5.54 28.67 76.45 1.4 493.05 .44 5.35 Potable Water FRESHWATER.5% Welding TOTAL WEIGHT VCG (LT) (FT) 3.64 7.09 15.S DIRTYOIL.52 0.01 0.8 1.25" T bottom Keel plating Frame x 28 aft section Frame x 15 around midships Frame x 10 fwd of midships Frame Frame Frame Frame Frame Frame Frame Frame Frame Bulkhead Bulkhead Bulkhead Bulkhead Bulkhead Bulkhead 1.87 1.00 1.04 106.89 0.45 0.43 39 .14 43 .54 32.58 7.09 0 1.1 19.45 0.83 6.54 3.from FP VCG .02 0.56 8.4 228.33 13.67 43.77 10.S FUELOIL2.78 -1.9 1159.64 -1.8 635.54 1.00 0.51 64.46 100.93 0.C LUBEOIL.38 0.00 4.20 2.95 1.83 0 1.87 9.71 1.98 17.54 7.88 4.P FUELDAY.41 11.56 0.24 282.17 8.04 0.56 1159.54 2.S FRESHWATER.32 1.1 4.54 1.0 949.83 7.8 1273.12 0.05 53.04 67.04 2.05 1273.57 6.36 0.03 0.64 2.78 2.51 48.5 48.8 3.45 57.20 14 .86 46.40 1.25" T side 0.

24 4.41 0.09 0.66 63.85 5.85 22.05 3.76 18.39 36.70 12.37 161.08 4.70 4.39 1.33 39.10 0.67 47.60 VERT-MOM (FT*LT) 3.30 5.33 0.24 5.16 5.60 4.85 21.12 2. genset start Batteries.93 1.30 110.0.76 98.66 251.01 3.33 19.02 0.27 8.03 0.00 -1.01 0.83 7.29 0.4 Propulsion System Weight SWBS DESCRIPTION GRP 300 311 313 313 313 321 324 332 342 342 342 342 398 ELECTRIC PLANT Service generators Batteries.03 0.17 0.73 12.69 3.45 1.91 9.22 112.97 28.50 76.05 -0.50 1.57 1242.06 0.23 83. ship electronics Cable and wiring Distribution panels Light fixtures Generator coolant Generator exhaust pipe Generator fuel oil system Generator mufflers Generator lube oil TOTAL WEIGHT VCG (LT) (FT) 1.25 0.08 0.10 0.95 0.87 0.00 83.31 3.05 3.60 6.70 12.0.18 2.50 -2.97 104.12 0.73 18.30 12.32 0.05 3.30 0.70 61.02 0.36 1.66 79.08 -0.40 81.06 0.24 0.50 5.74 LCG LONG-MOM (FT) (FT*LT) 81.05 3. main engine Battery.26 0.31 61.29 0.55 LCG LONG-MOM (FT) (FT*LT) 83.00 59.39 61.84 2.49 131.18 223.10 18.06 0.00 -2.98 0.91 9.79 25.83 99.05 4.10 0.30 15.80 22.21 18.02 16.33 1.48 0.06 0.30 12.07 0.98 Table 5.24 28.39 63.66 2.05 13.97 90.28 6.00 89.00 89.11 0.00 74.23 1.16 3.06 37.30 0.37 1.28 -0.71 66.49 0.32 SWBS DESCRIPTION GRP 200 233 241 243 244 245 252 256 259 259 260 261 262 263 PROPULSION SYSTEM Propulsion engines Reverse/Reduction gears Shafts Shaft bearings Propellers Engine control system Water cooled piping Exhaust piping Exhaust insulation Engine coolant Engine lube oil Struts Rudders TOTAL WEIGHT VCG (LT) (FT) 15.40 81.32 3.20 85.00 78.37 1677.6 Command and Surveillance Weight LCG LONG-MOM (FT) (FT*LT) 61.58 99.07 9.5 Electric Plant Weight SWBS DESCRIPTION GRP 400 422 422 422 424 432 436 441 443 451 COMMAND AND SURV Searchlights Navigation lights Navigation system Depth sounder Telephone system Alarm and safety Radio systems Audible communications Radar TOTAL WEIGHT VCG (LT) (FT) 0.31 71.21 VERT-MOM (FT*LT) 3.49 6.10 81.08 4.00 87.02 0.57 1.68 0.66 72.0.92 11.46 9.50 0.05 0.99 0.29 0.68 VERT-MOM (FT*LT) 0.24 -0.02 -0.95 0.13 0.63 54.83 6.10 0.40 88.07 1.66 20.41 59.05 0.04 0.07 0.28 Table 5.20 66.04 0.77 8.40 80.71 0.80 5.20 2.73 18.13 Table 5.16 3.38 0.10 79.95 .08 17.66 63.05 5.31 79.30 18.

73 0.77 LCG LONG-MOM (FT) (FT*LT) 72.00 0.25 18.00 0.21 Table 5.00 0.83 98.90 0.00 0.08 13.22 9.98 7.00 0.30 0.04 3.81 1.08 0.27 8.40 4.00 49.43 Table 5.8 Outfit and Furnishings Weight SWBS DESCRIPTION GRP 700 711 712 713 714 ARMAMENT (2) x .00 98.55 0.69 8.9 Armament Weight (FT*LT) 1.P Freshwater.10 1.03 0.19 4.78 12.00 0.30 12.00 0.13 0.07 0.40 5.76 0.97 .18 5.75 0.30 1.0.00 37.00 0.25 7.S Freshwater.07 0.05 0.00 0.P Fueloil3.20 0.19 72.00 0.00 0.76 2.11 2.00 0.00 0.60 0.10 61.00 59.30 107.S Sewage.00 0.00 0.P Lubeoil.00 0.00 12.00 0.00 36.04 0.00 81.36 7.00 0.00 0.12 139.15 39.00 0.16 4.51 47.00 0.01 0.23 74.08 0.P Fueloil1.36 6.34 0.00 0.60 107.35 0.13 0.78 12.20 65.30 6.36 VERT-MOM (FT*LT) 5.10 68.08 3.14 0.00 0.81 0.92 32.77 9.35 10.27 0.16 61.0.00 0.07 0.33 1.00 0.00 0.00 0.03 0.S Dirtyoil.S Fueloil4.04 0.44 VERT-MOM (FT*LT) 12.S Fuelday.10 0.00 0.77 18.00 0.C Sewage.00 0.10 9.04 0.31 3.00 0.10 0.00 0.00 1.34 16.85 0.40 3.00 0.P Bilge pump Bilge piping Oily water seperator Compressed air piping Air compressors Fire extinguishers Steering controls Steering cylinders Steering hydraulic oil Watermaker TOTAL WEIGHT VCG (LT) (FT) 0.25 6.09 2.00 0.00 0.89 5.00 65.30 87.00 0.94 66.73 Table 5.15 0.14 12.59 0.94 87.18 50.66 62.00 3.00 0.37 4.00 0.50 1.20 38.09 5.00 0.S Fueloil2.7 Auxiliary System Weight SWBS DESCRIPTION GRP 600 641 643 644 645 662 674 OUTFIT AND FURNISHINGS Officer furnishings Enlisted berthing Gally space Head space Pilothouse consoles Liferafts TOTAL WEIGHT VCG (LT) (FT) 0.29 1.00 0.00 7.00 0.35 5.62 LCG LONG-MOM (FT) (FT*LT) 48.16 9.15 0.00 0.50 97.00 5.00 0.46 1.80 2.00 0.00 0.25 0.92 4.00 0.82 5.00 0.00 0.00 0.97 22.00 0.36 66.71 0.00 0.38 32.58 9.25 1.00 0.00 0.11 30.06 0.79 0.20 0.10 1.84 71.00 0.03 0.00 0.45 204.00 0.44 0.50 Caliber gun 35 mm gun .00 0.00 0.27 LCG LONG-MOM (FT) (FT*LT) 89.00 0.20 66.51 5.96 2.27 4.00 0.00 0.30 2.P Fuelday.71 4.00 0.33 SWBS DESCRIPTION GRP 500 512 513 513 514 514 521 521 521 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 525 529 529 529 551 551 555 561 561 561 562 AUXILIARY SYSTEM Gally ventilation Engine room ventilation Genset ventilation Air conditioning units Air conditioning piping Fire pump Fire stations Firemain piping Forepeak.00 0.66 60.00 146.00 0.50 Caliber Ammunition 35 mm Ammunition TOTAL WEIGHT VCG (LT) (FT) 0.00 0.53 0.00 0.78 4.00 0.11 0.0.87 VERT-MOM 18.00 0.60 26.33 0.90 12.

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SWBS

DESCRIPTION

GRP

MISC CARGO
15' RIB
Crane
Crew/Effects
Stores
TOTAL

WEIGHT

VCG

(LT)

(FT)

0.00
0.50
0.00
0.00
0.50

VERT-MOM
(FT*LT)

0.00
15.00
0.00
0.00
15.00

LCG

LONG-MOM

(FT)

(FT*LT)

0.00
7.50
0.00
0.00
7.50

0.00
97.00
0.00
0.00
97.00

0.00
48.50
0.00
0.00
48.50

Table 5.1.0 Misc Cargo Weight
SWBS

DESCRIPTION

GRP

100
200
300
400
500
600
700

SUMMARY GROUPS (1-7)
HULL STRUCTURE
PROPULSION SYSTEM
ELECTRIC PLANT
COMMAND AND SURVEILLANCE
AUXILIARY SYSTEM
OUTFIT AND FURNISHINGS
ARMAMENT
MISC CARGO
TOTAL

WEIGHT

VCG

(LT)

(FT)

42.63
19.60
3.21
1.85
1.44
5.36
3.87
0.50
78.45

VERT-MOM

6.62
3.41
5.16
15.68
6.11
5.71
12.73
15.00
6.26

(FT*LT)

LCG

LONG-MOM

(FT)

(FT*LT)

282.41
66.74
16.55
28.98
8.77
30.62
49.27
7.50
490.86

65.43
85.57
78.37
71.36
68.44
38.15
37.98
97.00
68.17

2789.05
1677.13
251.28
131.95
98.21
204.43
146.97
48.50
5347.52

Table 5.1.1 Lightship Weight Summary

SWBS

SUMMARY GROUPS (1-7)

GRP

100
200
300
400
500
600
700

HULL STRUCTURE
PROPULSION SYSTEM
ELECTRIC PLANT
COMMAND AND SURVEILLANCE
AUXILIARY SYSTEM
OUTFIT AND FURNISHINGS
ARMAMENT
MISC CARGO (crane only)
TOTAL

WEIGHT

MARGIN

VCG

LCG

TOTAL WEIGHT
(INCL. MARGINS)

(LT)

(%)

(FT)

(FT)

(LT)

42.63
19.60
3.21
1.85
1.44
5.36
3.87
0.50
78.45

0.08
0.09
0.12
0.12
0.12
0.12
0.05
0.00

6.62
3.41
5.16
15.68
6.11
5.71
12.73
15.00
6.26

65.43
85.57
78.37
71.36
68.44
38.15
37.98
97.00
68.17

46.04
21.36
3.59
2.07
1.61
6.00
4.06
0.50
86.59

Table 5.1.2 Lightship Weight Summary with Margins

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6.0 Intact and Damaged Stability
Stability in both the intact and damaged conditions represents a significant aspect
of the design of the Fast Patrol Craft. Design Data Sheet DDS 079-1 “Stability and
Buoyancy of U.S. Naval Surface Ships” was the governing regulation and guided the
design throughout this portion of the project while AutoHydro 6.0.1 was the primary
software for all calculations.
6.1 Intact Stability
Due to the nature of this fast patrol craft, certain stability criteria required by the
Navy did not need to be met. Heavy lifting, towline force, passenger crowding, and
topside icing are all criteria that do not affect this design in that, through the operational
life, the vessel will not experience these forces. The small crane on the aft deck was not
large enough to warrant a stability check. The overturning moment calculations for the
crane can be seen in Appendix D. However, wind heeling arms and the effects of high
speed turns will be very important and were used as the governing intact stability criteria
using multiple loading scenarios. The scenarios used were lightship; full load or
departure condition, which entails fuel and water tanks pressed and full stores; and
minimum operating conditions in which only 10% of the stores, fuel, and potable water
are left. All three of the above conditions are detailed as to the state of all tanks and
provisions in DDS 079-1.
Calculating maximum VCG curves for the wind and high speed turning moments
were useful to visually see the limits that can be imposed on the vessel. The heeling arm
due to wind is expressed as follows:

HMMTWIND =
HAWIND =
A=
L=
V=
∆=

θ=

103.18 ft-LT
0.85 ft
1019.68
5.67
100.00
121.00

2

ft
ft
kts
LT

0.00 degrees

Table 6.1.1 Wind Heeling Moment Variables
Using conservative values for projected sail area (A), lever arm (L), displacement (∆),
and the DDS 079-1 value for wind velocity (V) a conservative estimate of the windheeling arm was obtained and calculated in Table 6.1.2. against the intact criteria given
below.

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Table 6.1.2 Wind Heeling Maximum VCG Values
The heeling arm due to high-speed turns is expressed as follows:

HMMTHSTURN =
HAHSTURN =
a=
R=
V=
g=
θ=

179.09 ft-LT
1.480
11
263
33.8
32.2
0

ft
ft
ft
ft/s
2
ft/s
degrees

Table 6.1.3 High Speed Turn Moment Variables
Again, using conservative values for distance between ship’s center of gravity and center
of lateral resistance (a), turning radius (R), and speed (30 knots) (V), the heeling moment
due to a high speed turn was obtained and calculated in Table 6.1.4 against the intact
criteria given below.

1 Maximum Allowable VCG (Intact) vs. plotted against draft.4 High Speed Turn Maximum VCG Values A combined graph of both heeling moments and their maximum vertical centers of gravity. are as follows: Figure 6.37 Table 6.1.1. Draft Graph .

2 Damaged Stability The next step was to calculate the different loading conditions in various damaged scenarios and then plot these on a maximum vertical center of gravity graph to finalize the overall stability of the vessel according to the Navy’s requirements. The two compartment damage scenarios deemed the most conservative and debilitating.2. In each scenario. A KG margin of approximately one foot is noted in figure 6.1.1. full load and minimum operating conditions.3 feet.2 Combined Maximum Allowable VCG (Intact) with Conditions 6. where the Navy requires a margin of 0.38 The next step was to calculate the stability criteria at the loading scenarios outlined in DDS 079-1. the same loading conditions outlined above were used The scenarios used were: . Figure 6. of lightship. and defined previously. draft graph it is apparent that all of the scenarios meet and exceed the Navy’s intact stability requirements. By graphing the different loading conditions against a combined maximum VCG vs. assumed flooding from side shell to side shell in each space and the asymmetric flooding of any cargo tanks present.

00 degrees Table 6.68 5.67 21. Damage to the Generator and Steering Compartments including the starboard aft fuel tank. Damage to the Stores and Ammunition Storage Compartments including the centerline sewage and starboard freshwater tanks.1 Damaged Wind Heeling Moment Variables Using conservative values from the earlier wind heeling moment calculation of projected sail area (A). displacement (∆). lever arm (L). Damage to the Ammunition Storage and Crew Compartments including the starboard freshwater. and the newly determined DDS 079-1 value for damaged wind velocity (V) a conservative estimate of the damaged windheeling arm was obtained and calculated against the damaged criteria.00 2 ft ft kts LT 0. Damage to the Engine and Generator Compartments including the starboard lube oil tank. Damage to the Crew and Engine Compartments including the starboard fuel. plotted against draft. The damaged heeling arm due to wind is expressed as follows: HMMTDAMAGE = 4. day and lube oil tanks. A combined graph of the heeling moment and their maximum vertical centers of gravity.04 ft A= L= V= ∆= θ= 1019. fuel and day tanks.39 1&2 2&3 3&4 4&5 5&6 6&7 Damage to the Forepeak and Stores Compartments including the centerline sewage tank.00 121.2. The damaged stability criteria set forth in DDS 179 is an extension of the Wind Heeling Criteria used in the intact stability section but with a decreased wind speed. are as follows: .55 ft-LT HADAMAGE = 0.

40 Figure 6. Draft Graph The next step was to calculate the stability criteria at the loading scenarios outlined earlier.2. Draft Graph .2 Maximum Allowable VCG (Damage) vs.2. Figure 6. intact drafts and the different loading conditions against a combined maximum VCG graph it is apparent that all of the scenarios meet and exceed the Navy’s damage stability requirements. Using the original.1 Maximum Allowable VCG (Damage) vs.

2.3 Margin Line Immersion Graph .41 Another important consideration with damaged stability is to ensure the margin line is not immersed at each condition and scenario. Figure 6. The deepest draft graphed against the margin line shows that the vessel does not sink below this important line thereby confirming the safety of the ship in all damaged conditions.

2 Plating Table 2 gives the calculation of the bottom slamming pressure (ABS 3.1.256.2.1 Properties for 5086H-111 Aluminum 7.2/Figure 6. Table 7.1.39 + k n V (kts ) L( ft ) eqn.2. The frames were spaced at a typical distance of 20 inches. which is the design area factor (FD).1.1.1 of the ABS rules. 1 . σy= 27000 psi σu= τ= 40000 psi 23000 psi Table 7. The effective breadth of plating for aluminum members is taken as sixty times the thickness of the web of the member.2. The constant N1 is defined as 0. This established the distance between centers of the longitudinal members.069. where kn is defined as 0.2. The vertical acceleration of the hull was calculated by the formula for maximum vertical acceleration (equation 1) given in 3.1 gives the accepted yield stress.2) used to determine the minimum thickness of the hull plating. These rules were used to calculate the minimum acceptable criteria for the hull members.1 Materials The structures of the 115 ft patrol craft Varuna were designed around the ABS rules designated Guide for Building and Classing High Speed Naval Craft 2003. The design area is divided by the ABS reference area (AR) and the value of the quotient is found in ABS 3. ncg = 1. 1987) was consulted for properties of typical aluminum members for the midship section.0 Structures 7. The hull is to be made of aluminum. Hull plating and scantlings will all be made of aluminum alloy 5086 H – 111. The vertical acceleration distribution factor was taken to be unity in order to get the maximum effect of the hull’s acceleration. The book Structural Aluminum Design (Angermayer. This a standard aluminum alloy used in the shipbuilding industry.42 7. From these two measurements the design area of the plating was calculated. ultimate stress and shear stress values for this material.1.2.

145701 in Table 7.417442 in Table 7.5 s 300 2 562. frame spacing (in) 20 s = long.2 Minimum Plate Thickness t = 0.6 Minimum Side Shell Thickness ..3 Minimum Bottom Plate Thickness t = 0. spacing (in) AD = s*f 15 Max.3.011√(L * q)+0.4 Minimum Strength Deck Thickness t = 0.04 t = 0.2.2.61(∆/d) 106388.2.04 t = 0.92 AR =1. AD = 2.2.8 f = trans.2.145701 in Table 7. In addition.069 FD = AD / AR 0.04 t = 0.2.2.013√(L * q)+0.43 pbxx = (N1∆)/(LwBw)[1+ncg]FDFv N1 0.013√(L * q)+0.3 and is given in Table 7.002819846 FV 1 pbxx (psi) = 37. t = s√((p*k)/σa) k= 0.5 aspect ratio t = 0.63976315 Table 7.2.015√(L * q)+0.5 Minimum Internal Deck Thickness t = 0.161963 in Table 7.5 AD/AR 0.04 t = 0.3 –6 .12944 in Table 7. four other thickness criteria were evaluated based on the length of the vessel and the quality of the plating construction material and are given in Tables 7.2.2.1.1 ABS Bottom Slamming Pressure From the design bottom slamming pressure the minimum thickness of the plating was calculated by use of the formula in section 3.

56011552 in 4 0.4.3 Scantlings As a starting point to the selection of structural members the minimum web thickness of said members was calculated by the equation 2 (3. 2 This allowed for a more accurate sectional modulus calculation.5.1. It should be noted that this and the plate pressure calculation are an iterative process.2.3.4. dw depth of the web.2.2.65346811 in Table 7. 7.2. In section 3.3. These calculated values are found in Tables 7.0021 0.4.2 ABS minimum member inertia with effective plating .3.44 The ABS calculated plate thickness were deemed to be too low to fulfill the minimum inertia of the hull girder (explanation and calculation to follow) and were increased to meet this requirement. the yield stress of the material was multiplied by a factor depending on the stiffener location given in 3.4.16172108 in 3 0. s is the longitudinal member spacing. The K4 coefficient is also location specific and is given in 3.1 and 2.5. 2 SM = (144*p*s*l )/σa σa bottom 17550 σa shell 16200 σa deck 20250 3 SM bottom 1.0018 10000000 psi 4 0. ABS gives minimum section modulus criteria for the member about its own neutral axis and a minimum inertia of the member and the attached effective plating. and τ is the shear stress of the material.07235792 in SM shell SM deck 3 1.5τ ) eqn.9): where p is the design pressure. l is the frame spacing.92937687 in Table 7. For the section modulus calculation.3.3.1.3.2. where members were selected and calculations preformed given their effective plating width and web depth until all variables pass the criteria.1 ABS minimum member section modulus 3 K4 shell K4 deck E I shell = I deck = I = (54p*s*l )/(K4*E) 0. t= (144 × p × s × l ) (2d w × 0.1.

3.29 T beam SM ABS SM 15.3 and 4.161721 5 x 6 x 0. the inertial properties at an incline needed to be calculated. and slamming moments were calculated from the ABS formulas in section 3. These values are given in Tables 7. 3 cos 2α + I yz sin 2α eqn.4.3 ABS vs.3.beams of 0.1.4 Hull Girder Sectional Modulus and Inertia The sectional modulus minimum due ship geometry and to the calculated still water.86604 0.929377 Table 7. empirical inertia 7. and the side and bottom plates themselves. 4 A comparison of the required section modulus and inertia of the selected members is as follows in Table 7.45 Split 10” x 6” I .25 and 0. empirical section modulus Angled T beam with sideshell plate I' y ABS min I 173.1 through 7.653468 Table 7.25 T beam SM y ABS SM 1. Due to the orientation of the Tees on the side and bottom plates. sagging wave. hogging wave. .61061 0.3.6. From these values the inertia due to rotation of axes was calculated for the members at any give angle by: I y' = I z' = Iy + Iz 2 Iy + Iz 2 + − Iy − Iz 2 Iy − Iz 2 cos 2α − I yz sin 2α eqn. The inertia was calculated about the Z and Y axes and then the product of inertia was found.29 inch web thickness were used in the side and bottom plates as longitudinal stiffeners.735017 1. 5 x 6 x 0.560116 Deck T beam with plate Iy ABS min I 57.2.4 ABS vs.4.0458 0.

5077 3 4410.0000 ft 2 ft .0000 118.5296 Note: Q > Q0 = 92000/(σy+σu) = 1.05 lb .in Table 7.4 Wave Moment Hogging .4.75 5.0000 ft 0.34 LT-ft 22.3 Wave Moment Sagging 2 -3 Mwhog = + K2C1L BCb x 10 K2 1.0919 in SM = SM = Table 7.1 SM criteria for all high speed craft SM=(MtCQ)/fp Mt (largest of the following) = 3938.4.Mswsagg .4430 K3 = 0.905.3((V/SQRT(L))/1.7720 Mwhog = Mwhog = 795.742.4.Mwsag = -1188.90 lb .7) x 10 K1 1.219.1570 C2 0.0260 Mwsagg = -1.5419136 in -ft 3 5.17 LT-ft Mwsagg = -34.8200 ft LWL Cb 105.41 Mswhog + Mwhog = 1503.9+q5 0.50 in 2 2 Table 7.9000 1.in Table 7.0134L+3.3) 1.17 fp = 11.689.2 SM craft 79 ft and over 2 -3 Mwsagg = .0001 BWL 17.41 Msl = 3938.86 .373 q5 = (17000/σy) 0.4.7+0.0000 4.46 2 SM = C1C2L B(CB+0.6008 C Q = 0.188.K1C1L B(Cb+0.6296 V (kts) Displacment at DWL (LT) draft (d) at load 40.33 Ltf/in SM = SM = 478.in 367.7)K3CQ C1 = 0.172.

96788 ft .938.5 Wave Moment Still Water Msl = C3∆(1+ncg)(L-ls) C3 ls = Ar/Bwl 0.1.7 Minimum Hull Girder Inertia .7) 2 fp (LT/in ) 11. where K is a factor based on hull material and craft length (ABS 3.315.93 2 2 I = 6154.37 in Table 7.1250 41.39+kn[V/sqrt(L)] 3.5000 ncg = 1.1974 kn 0.24 lb .3861 Ar = (25∆/d) 737.375 fp C1C2L B(Cb+0.433.10 lb .405.4.52 LT-ft 20.6 Slamming Moment Using the greater of these two sectional modulus calculations.4630 Msl = Msl = 3.426.in Table 7. I = (L/QC)(SM/K) K 5.2.7.4.5/Table 2).3300 Mswhog = Mswhog = 708.47 Mswsagg = 0 2 Mswhogg = 0.5) was calculated in Table 7.1.in Table 7.252.in 4 I = 886.4.41 LT-ft 113.2.4. the minimum overall hull girder inertia (ABS 3.

This gave the sectional modulus of the midship section and can be found in Table 19. Using the scale drawing.48 7. The parallel axis theorem was used to transfer the inertia of each item to the neutral axis of the ship midsection.5. The total inertia of the midship section was divided by the distance to the outer most fiber.5 Midship Section The midship section was rendered in Rhino and is found in Figure 1 below. in this case the weather deck and the base line. The scantlings were added with appropriate spacing.1 Midship Section . Figure 7. the distance of the scantlings from the base line was determined from this the position of the neutral axis was found based on the sum of the moments of the items divided by there total area.

054 265.000222228 7.53 9814.512 10.25 in T beam 5 x 6 x 0.262 2.1 Section modulus calculation 7.394 108.215 7.372 30.608 3.9347995 1.774 42.215 7.49 Item upper side shell lower side shell weather deck lower side shell beams 5 x 6 x 0.45 23847.215 7.25 in T beam 5 x 6 x 0.745 112.608 3.98 30.608 3.000222228 3.25 in T beam 5 x 6 x 0.262 3.598 2.647 I (in4) about N.695 116.215 7.860 22.439 39.0293252 0.420774 0.341 477.03 86858.019 96.667 0.000222228 7.000 7.608 3.179 17.960 21191.329 66.215 7.215 2 2 2 2 2 14 1 3.660 109.375 0.A.310 in Table 7.000222228 7.25 in T beam 5 x 6 x 0.530 33.608 3.340 13809.081 110.25 in T beam upper side shell beams 5 x 6 x 0.062 222.000222228 7.215 7.84 5847.772 73.262 3.358749288 7.910 11.484 584.376676527 7.000 Σ area = 7.215 7.990 95. .114.220 Σ moment= 20.215 7.608 3.459 666.63 121896.25 in T beam 5 x 6 x 0.930 0.608 3.25 in T beam 5 x 6 x 0.000 370.270 20.215 7.70 13415.28 39.700 121.000 51.473 in 3 SMd = 21.55 3 SMb = 18.150 80.477 118.20 1935. hogging and sagging wave bending moments based on the weight distribution that was estimated from the general arrangement.25 in T beam 5 x 6 x 0.895 3289.005 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 3.608 3.608 7.920 0.110 27.448 9866.262 3.215 60.975.25 in T beam 5 x 6 x 0.831 0.920 21819.09 470778.000 17.000222228 7.398.590 0.32 4770.608 3. 2 2 1 y (base line to I (in4) centroid about own (from base bottom of moment 2 centroid of item) item) (ay) area (in ) length (in) thickness (in) y bar Total area 80.008 2.0293252 0. 97571.340 1.05 12908.376676527 7.024 6786.0293252 0.608 3.792 36.987 0.810 111.51 50.376676527 7.052 20.13 303169.183 183.000222228 7. (in) 67.438 116.250 6.45 16310.300 66.000222228 7.608 4.000 51.500 132.987 182.167 261.790 16.25 in T beam 5 x 6 x 0.000 1.262 3.710 5.050 38.280 82.272 40.225.321717121 8.765 265.122 25.25 in T beam 5 x 6 x 0. This produced three graphical summaries (Figures 1 through 3) of the load distribution.25 in T beam 5 x 6 x 0.262 3.12 7098.006.179 81.603 145.215 7. shear force and bending moment on the hull form.305 20.000 27869.312 41.223 799.554 693.6 Shear and Bending Moments Once the section modulus was found the ship model (geometry file) was run through Auto Hydro to give still water.856 0.219 118.262 3.000 N.262 3.A.93 19972.172 15.750 91.5.994 302.29 in T beam keel beam No.215 7.31 1304.37 Σ I = 1.25 in T beam 5 x 6 x 0.972 7.000 739.608 3.

x 10.0 -50.1 Shear x . x 2.0 Weight x .1 Full load Still Water Conditions Longitudinal Strength 100.0 Weight x .1 Buoy.0a <---Aft (Feet) Fwd---> 50.0 -100.6.0a 0.M.0 Figure 7.6.0 Figure 7.0 -100.1 Shear x 1.M. x .0a <---Aft (Feet) Fwd---> 50.1 Buoy.1 B.0 0.0 -50.5 50.0a 0.0 B.0 50. x .0 0.0a 100.50 Longitudinal Strength 100.0a 100.2 Full Load Hogging Wave .

3 Full Load Sagging Wave Longitudinal Strength 100.0 -50.5 50.0 -100.0 Figure 7.0a <---Aft (Feet) Fwd---> 50. Op.0 -100. x 2.0 Weight x .1 Buoy.6.1 Buoy.0a <---Aft (Feet) Fwd---> 50.0a 0. Still Water Conditions .6.0 B.4 Min.51 Longitudinal Strength 100.0 0. x .1 Shear x . x .0a 0.2 B.0a 100.0 -50. x 10.0 Figure 7.0a 100.0 0.M.0 Weight x .0 50.1 Shear x 1.M.

0a 100. Hogging Wave Longitudinal Strength 100.0 0.0 -50.0 Weight x .0 -100.6 Min.0a 100. x 10.52 Longitudinal Strength 100. Sagging Wave The maximum moment of the was taken from each of these figures and the stress at the deck and at the base line calculated by dividing the maximum moment by the section are .M.1 Buoy. Op.0 50.6.0 Figure 7. x 10.0 Figure 7.M.0a 0.0 B.1 Shear x 1.0 0.0 Weight x . x .0a 0.0a <---Aft (Feet) Fwd---> 50.1 Shear x 1.0 50.0 B. Op.0 -100.5 Min. x .0 -50.0a <---Aft (Feet) Fwd---> 50.1 Buoy.6.

1 ABS Wave Shearing Force Fsl = C4∆(ncg+1) C4 0.7)x10 k F1 0. -2 Fwp = +kF1C1LB(Cb+0.15 1001.3 Allowable stress due to moment and shear analysis .1-2) were run for comparison to the actual values from AutoHydro.08 26.93 -30 Max Moment (LT ft) 163 630 -695 Stress at deck (psi) 199.6446 LT-ft Table 7. These values are found in Table 7.38 770.6. The ABS shear calculations (tables 7.7)x10 Fwn = -kF2C1LB(Cb+0.82 -1160.31 21.61 -850.05 1126.19 26.48 -1188.2797 F2 0.6 -31. The stress was converted to pounds per square inch in order to compare it to the yield stress of the selected aluminum alloy and a factor of safety was determined.111 27000 27000 27000 Factor of safety 104. Condition Calculated Still water Hogging Sagging Max Shear (LT) 10.41 Hogging ABS -283.53 modulus.64 3938.52 Stress at deck (psi) 4817.50 -1889.8054 LT-ft Table 7.29 23.5 Fsl = 247.63 -1104.64 1264.35 866.17 Still Water ABS 708.26 Stress at bottom (psi) 6261.2 ABS Slamming Shear Min.96 24.11 Max Moment (LT ft) 164 710 -730 Stress at deck (psi) 200.47 -892.97 Full Condition Calculated Still water Hogging Wave Sagging Wave Max Shear (LT) 7.81 795.6.85 -1453.66 Table 7.47 yield of Aluminum Alloy 5086 H .111 27000 27000 27000 Factor of safety 103.6.12 Stress at bottom (psi) 259.35 14.92 23.55 23.92 -2 1 Fwp = 308.43 972.3 below.43 Stress at bottom (psi) 260.6.6.07 27.4841 LT-ft Fwn = -283.60 868.93 Full Condition ABS Max Shear (LT) Max Moment (LT ft) Slamming ABS 247.34 Sagging ABS 308.111 27000 27000 27000 27000 Factor of safety 4.97 yield of Aluminum Alloy 5086 H .62 yield of Aluminum Alloy 5086 H . Op.74 1128.

Varuna Output . Speed (knots) Sea state Vertical Accel (g) Pitch (deg) 15 2 0. semi-planing vessel. Cohen.1 that the vessel exceeds recommended values for all parameters in sea state 3 and those of vertical acceleration at 20 knots in sea state 2. 40 2 0. perhaps more deadrise further aft.1. pitch. the Varuna had larger bow acceleration values than that of the WPB (which was attributed to the double-chine hull form).54 8. The values presented in table 8. Output included pitch.2 0.82 Motion Sickness Incidence 7. It can be seen in table 8. It was desirable to compare the data to all PNA values (vol. Ideally. bow accelerations.2 and 8. Ghosh. The comparison hull was a 118’ double-chine. CG vertical accelerations.1. The failure to meet the recommended values points to the need for hull design evaluation. 20% in 2 hrs. Of interest was the fact that the WPB design also exceeded the recommended PNA values in many cases.143) for Navy monohulls. Dodge. hrs. The PNA states that vertical accelerations nowhere on the vessel are to exceed 0. 1985. The comparison values were obtained from a design project done by the USCG during the development of the 110’ WPB: USCG Conceptual Design of an Offshore Patrol Boat. and pitch angle were compared to PNA criteria for the sea states the vessel would most likely operate in. the Varuna’s output was compared to model test data taken from a USCG patrol boat design. Analysis was again performed for irregular head seas for varying sea states. As shown in table 8. Also performed was a comparison to model test values of a similar vessel design.1.5 9. Motion sickness incidence. (1980) were used as baseline comparison values for vertical accelerations. but all values were very similar. p.1.22 0.8% in 2 hrs. With all berthing. head seas (irregular waves) were used for various sea states at various velocities. and motion sickness incidence.2% in 2 hrs. the PNA rules were adhered to.34 PNA Criteria 0.0 Seakeeping Analysis Seakeeping for the Varuna was explored using Powersea. but slamming frequency and deck wetness frequency proved to be difficult to get from Powersea.5 20 2 0.2 0. a motions program for planing and semi-planing hulls.1.29 20.9 20 3 0. hrs. As noted in tables 8.1.1% in 2 20.8% in 2 10.1.Irregular Seas. CG accelerations. Tests were performed in Powersea for speeds and sea states the vessel would likely encounter. and all crew recreational areas away from the bow. For this analysis. as expected.45 2. and surge.1 for vertical acceleration were all measured at the bow of the Varuna and CG values were considerably less. Low-speed performance was acceptable up to 15 knots in sea state 3. Nonetheless.2 g’s in order to combat discomfort of the crew.43 2.1 PNA Motions Criteria vs. McEachen.1. 15 3 0. Table 8. For further performance feedback. heave. comparisons should be made from a .2 1.1. III. the pilot house. PNA values for Navy monohulls taken from Olson (1977) and Comstock et al.3.5% in 2 hrs. it is unlikely the crew would experience the accelerations noted in table 8.

148 5.81 4.56 1.2 USS Varuna Seakeeping Data – Irregular head seas.77 10.596 0. rolling was an issue to be addressed.53 13.3 1. .1.506 0.426 0.766 2.3 were the only conditions tested.3 4.1644 7. A sample of the output from Powersea is given in Appendix F.22 0.94 6.5 10.66 6.77 10.795 Table 8.962 1.1.84 1.824 0.88 1.5 9. With much of a patrol craft’s time spent at rest.038 2.55 model test of the Varuna to that of the 118’ WPB.25 0.2 and 8.4 13.487 1.3 1.2996 4.426 1. (g) Single Amplitude Average of 1/10 Highest 3 28 5 20 5 15 3 28 5 20 5 15 2.5105 2.4 13. Average of 1/3 Highest Sea State Speed (kts) Wave Height (ft) Double Amplitude Pitch (deg) Single Amplitude Heave (ft) Single Amplitude Bow Accel.1.937 0.3 118’ WPB Model Data – Irregular head seas.759 4.25011 0.45 1.4 3.333 0. but some instance of comparison was desired. (g) Single Amplitude CG Accel.414 Table 8. I t was intended to also run tests at rest in various sea states to assess survivability and rolling motions due to beam seas.86 1.7506 6.4 3.271 0. (g) Single Amplitude Average of 1/10 Highest 3 28 5 20 5 15 3 28 5 20 5 15 2.285 10.3 1.55 8.6489 3.1.13 6.65 0.937 0.6362 0.92 11.05 0.24 8.524 0.8 11. on station. (g) Single Amplitude CG Accel.5 10.53 13. Powersea would not permit a zero velocity condition so the conditions shown in tables 8.14 1.2295 0. Average of 1/3 Highest Sea State Speed (kts) Wave Height (ft) Double Amplitude Pitch (deg) Single Amplitude Heave (ft) Single Amplitude Bow Accel.

. change tickets.0 HP 355.75 lton 1636.29 lton 4.2 – 9.8 lton 7090 21.59 Total Command and Surveillance WIC WT4 20. Since the program was originally designed to cost out destroyers and cruisers.7 lton 4. The NCCM program uses the ship work breakdown structure (SWBS) to calculate the cost of building the lead ship as well as the follow on ships.3 show the cost of producing the lead ship based on government and contractor cost.0.1 lton 3. armament .07 Auxiliary Systems (500) Total Auxiliary Systems Weight WT5 235.0 Cost Analysis Using the Excel-based Naval Combatant Cost Model (NCCM) developed by NAVSEA.75 2. etc. Table 9.1 shows the costing values based on ship weight.1 SWBS Weight Estimation 7 .0. etc. The comparison was made between the Varuna and the Island class cutter. inflation.06 Future Growth Weight Margin Margined Lightship Weight WM24 WLS 148.04 65184.24 Average Deck Height HDK Command and Surveillance (400) Gyro/IC/Navigation (420. The following ships will be approximately 85% of the lead ship cost based on the “learning curve. we were advised to use the ratio of displacements of two vessels. a cost analysis was performed on the patrol craft Varuna. Description Variable WEIGHT Structure (100) Total Structural Weight WT1 Propulsion (200) PIBRAKE Value Units Input/Calc/ Constant 488.61 Outfit and Furnishings (600) Total Outfit and Furnishings Weight WT6 80.25 85.0.5 Table 9.0 lton 73.430) 8.” given as the learning rate factor.7 lton 0.36 Total Propulsion Plant Weight WBM WT2 Electrical Plant (300) Total Electrical Plant Weight WT3 270. This scaling factor allowed for the disparity between a destroyer and a relatively small craft such as the Varuna in weight.8 lton 46. The first ship will come in at 144 million dollars and the following ships will come in at about 123 million dollars.3 lton 6 Armament (700) Total Armament Weight WT7 42.0. These are merely estimates for the design phase of the project. to be accounted for by the spreadsheet.5 lton 1.56 9. This produced a reasonable estimate of construction cost. Whitcomb. and provided to the group by Dr. crew. Tables 9.

17778909 M$ Total Shipbuilder Portion CSB 93.3344137 M$ 144.76 lton 0. IC) Outfitting Cost Factor Outfitting Cost WMP CSCER HC 0.480 KN1 CL1D KN2 CL2D KN3 CL3D 0.0175 1.38 2.0.88075219 M$ 86.1 7.0828 7.13397169 M$ KN7 CL7D CLM 0.828 17.065697 M$ Total Lead Ship Acquisition Cost Post Delivery Cost (PSA) Factor PSA Cost Total Lead Ship Acquisition Cost PSACF PSAC TLSAC 0.9890237 M$ KN9 CL9D 1.38 3.38 5.027 2. special facilites for class) Value 30 2015 20 3 Units years year ships ships/year 1999 2. Control.Shipbuilder Portion SWBS Costs: (See Table 5 for KN factors) Structure Propulsion Electric Command.035 10.2 1.27378179 M$ 0.5170448 M$ 124.05 4.5026848 M$ KN4 CL4D KN5 CL5D KN6 CL6D 1.6082404 M$ 0.73376548 M$ 0. Surveillance (less payload GFM cost) Auxiliary Outfit Armament (less payload GFM cost) Margin Cost Integration/Engineering (Lead ship includes detail design engineering costs for class) Ship Assembly and Support (Lead ship includes all tooling.78 0.22 M$/lton 0 M$ CLMPG HMEGFEF 40. jigs.6882741 0.95312565 M$ KN8 CL8D 6.Government Portion Other Support Factor Other Support OSF CLOTH Weight of Costed Military Payload Combat System GFE CER Helo cost Ordinance and Electrical GFE (Military Payload GFE) HM&E GFE Factor HM&E GFE (Boats.8075219 M$ 0.1996341 M$ Total End Cost CLEND 140.9 18.146205 M$ 1.57 Description Variable Additional Characteristics Ship Service Life Initial Operational Capability Total Ship Acquisition Production Rate LS YIOC NS RP Inflation Base Year Average Inflation Rate Inflation Factor YB RI FI Lead Ship Cost .69 12.3405834 M$ Total Government Cost CLGOV 46.33278403 M$ Total Lead Ship Construction Cost (BCC) Profit Factor Profit Lead Ship Price Change Order Factor Change Orders CLCC FPROFIT CLP PL COF CLCORD 78.8660632 M$ Lead Ship Cost .4025532 M$ 0.6801253 M$ 0.400111 M$ Table 9.69 3.2 Lead ship cost .3932666 M$ 4.02 CLHMEG OCF CLOUT 1.

0207 FCHMEG FOCF FCOUT 1.657723 M$ Table 9.0.Shipbuilder Portion Follow Ship Basic Construction Cost Follow Ship Margin Cost Integration/Engineering Follow Ship Factor Integration/Engineering Follow Ship Exponent Integration/Engineering Ship Assembly and Support Total Follow Ship Construction Cost Profit Total Follow Ship Price Follow Ship Change Order Factor Change Order Cost Total Follow Ship Cost Shipbuilder Portion CFBCC CFM CF800F CF800E CF800C CF900C CFCC FPROFIT PF FSCOF COC CFSB 44.0179603 4.6063344 Follow Ship Cost .Government Portion Follow Ship Other Cost Factor Follow Ship Other Cost Follow Ship Program Manager's Growth Factor Follow Ship Program Manager's Growth Follow Ship Combat System GFE CER Follow Ship Ordinance and Electrical GFE (Military Payload GFE) Follow Ship HM&E GFE Factor HM&E GFE (Boats.52450084 67.32649395 M$ 0. IC) Outfitting Cost Factor Outfitting Cost Units M$ M$ M$ M$ M$ M$ M$ M$ FSOCF 0.0717 1.14065664 M$ FPMGF 0.1 64.05 FPMG 3.88866667 Follow Ship Cost .76865861 M$ Total Follow Ship Government Cost FCGOV 52.09750694 4.20409168 M$ 123.20409168 M$ FSCSCER 0.055 3.0818335 0.2562123 0.099 5.0178 FSOC 1.73906741 58.453631 M$ Follow Ship PSA Cost Factor Follow Ship PSA Cost Total Follow Ship Acquisition Cost CFPSAF CFPSA CFA 0.05 3.8472969 M$ Total Follow Ship End Cost CFEND 120.40167766 0.3 Follow ship cost .246 M$/lton FCMPG 45.0276 1.58 Description Variable Value Follow Ship Cost Learning Rate Factor Learning Rate LRF LR 0.4073961 M$ FHMEGFE 0.94433333 0.

consideration of composites for structures. and researching additional weapons packages. Of course all other aspects of the design would be looked at in more detail – weight estimation. Future design considerations include tunneling the hull to reduce appendage draft. seakeeping in different seas. lengthening of the vessel to accommodate a stern ramp. . The design presented is a strong initial foundation for the design of a Navy patrol craft. yet interesting. and would benefit from further iterations.59 Conclusion Design of the Varuna was challenging. and meeting additional stability requirements.

60 Appendix .

and with space and ground based sensors under the C4I for the Warrior/Copernicus architecture.continue to field first rate military forces capable of performing their missions in a wide range of operations. The ship must also protect friendly forces from enemy missile attack (including tactical ballistic missiles). and interface directly with the combat systems and associated Tactical Decision Aid software. It must provide a defensive for strategic seaports and other essential logistics facilities in the coastal area of operations. joint and allied force operations.. FY 1995 . Objectives. and aircraft. It must be interoperable with other Naval expeditionary. MISSION AND THREAT ANALYSIS a. b. interagency. maintain sea lines of communication and defend air and seaports of embarkation/ debarkation. Capabilities. This Mission Need Statement (MNS) provides requirements for high speed coastal patrol surface combatants for the 21st Century. and cooperative efforts with U. space and land systems. at the same time. The ship must provide adequate ammunition magazine capacity to meet both power projection and battle space dominance requirements. b.61 Appendix A: Mission Need Statement MISSION NEED STATEMENT FOR A HIGH SPEED COASTAL PATROL CRAFT 1. Control and Surveillance . merchant shipping. mechanical and electrical systems needed to establish and ensure battle space dominance for These forces must operate wherever required. 2. aircraft. DEFENSE PLANNING GUIDANCE ELEMENT a. research. The 21st Century surface combatant must have flexibility to meet the multi-mission requirements while.1) ". submarines. This MNS should guide 21st Century surface combatant design. development and acquisition program decisions. (2) Battle space Dominance . It must be capable of conducting cooperative engagements with other ships. allies. and allied forces under the C4I for the Warrior/Copernicus architecture. service and joint doctrine. The mission capabilities must be fully interoperable with other naval. The general mission of this ship is to provide coastal patrol presence and operate as an integral part of joint and allied maritime expeditionary warfare operations.1999.S. c.The ship must destroy or neutralize enemy targets near shore through the use of weapons.To support regional expeditionary. (1) Power Projection .capitalize on advanced technology and modernize our weapons and support systems selectively to ensure we retain superior capabilities" (p. It must provide all-source identification beyond maximum range of associated weapons to avoid restrictions that would reduce force effectiveness and to minimize fratricide in a joint environment." dated 28 September 1993. The 21st Century surface combatant must contribute to open ocean surface. The multi-mission capabilities are comprised of the combat suite and the hull. The ship must permit timely and reliable Meteorological and Oceanographic Conditions (METOC) communication and must have the capability to monitor the environment continuously and precisely. interagency. particularly in costal waters. joint and allied forces.. employing a nearly "puncture proof" self defense capability against all varieties of threats envisioned for a coastal environment. The communications suite must have an integrated database capable of interfacing in a Joint Task Force/Combined Task .14) c. joint. (3) Command. This unclassified MNS in part addresses the Department of Defense "Defense Planning Guidance. air. Mission.. and allied forces. and sub-surface dominance since successful littoral operations depend upon control of the sea beyond the sea-land interface. interagency.The ship must be fully interoperable with other Naval expeditionary.. joint. the 21st Century surface combatant must destroy or neutralize enemy surface and land forces. requiring the United States to: ". submarines." (p.

support operations to evacuate noncombatant personnel in areas of civil or international crisis. (6) Fleet Support Operations – Conduct Search and Rescue (SAR) operations. the Joint Worldwide Intelligence Communications System (JWICS) and the Joint Deployable Intelligence Support System (JDISS). maintain the health and well being of the crew. The ship must have a full suite of radios and antennas to support full connectivity via EHF/SHF/UHF SATCOM using full DAMA for each circuit. The ship's design must also minimize manning requirements to reduce the number of personnel placed at risk. airmanship and navigation tasks. degrade gracefully. provide unit-level upkeep and maintenance. The design must provide sufficient machinery redundancy for graceful degradation of mobility and survivability. The vessel must be able to withstand sea state 5. avoid soft-kill sensors and systems. and provide routine health care. and. operational concepts. This active defensive capability must be backed by a passive defensive capability. first aid assistance.The ship must provide emergency and disaster assistance. Connectivity must include seamless integration for both organic and off-ship sensor inputs to shooter actions. organization and training are not sufficient to address deficiencies. provide own unit administration and supply support. (7) Non-Combat Operations . Cryptologic capability is required to provide near real-time indications and warning and situational awareness to tactical decision makers to and to support CO situational awareness. while providing the maximum defense against exposure to weapons of mass destruction. 3. Operational concepts: A 21st Century surface combatant. Tactics: Tactics calling for insertion of sea based forces into littoral waters early in a crisis or conflict to deter. will be needed to execute the operational concepts contained in the Joint Maritime Strategy. visible forward presence for coalition building.62 Force (JTF/CTF) environment to include compatibility with joint systems such as the Global Command and Control System (GCCS). these tactics would be based on obsolescent technology through out inability to cost-effectively modernize existing surface ships and maintain our technology edge .The preceding capabilities cannot be accomplished unless the ship can protect itself. It must be designed to be a tactical operational extension using Tactical Command Center (TCC) and Tactical Data Information Exchange System (TADIX) within the emerging Joint Communications Planning and Management System. or Allied doctrine: Doctrine changes required without a 21st Century surface combatant would include: Acceptance of regional hegemony of Third World military powers. tactics. NON-MATERIAL ALTERNATIVES Mission Area Analyses were conducted as part of the Destroyer Variant Study and 21st Century Surface Combatant Study. locating and avoiding surface. The ship must have an organic cryptologic capability designed to collect. including stealth design or radar cross-section reduction. signal intercept exploitation. it must have a highly survivable total ship design with adequate combat suite and ship system redundancy to ensure graceful degradation of capability to make the total loss of the ship highly unlikely even if hit. Further. inability to maintain meaningful. (4) Survivability . coordinate actions with other forces and communicate the ship's actions to appropriate commanders. triage and resuscitation. and replenish at sea. These analyses determined that changes in doctrine. fight hurt and survive. inability to project expeditionary force strike power from the sea. c.The ship must steam to design capability and maneuver in formation at sustained Naval expeditionary force speeds of 24 kts. The ship must be able to perform seamanship. moored and bottom mines. prevent and control damage. severely degraded ability to project precise strike power against land targets. a. The ship must carry stores and fuel to maintain the crew/vessel for 5 days. optimized to leverage technology to perform multiple roles in both open ocean and littoral warfare environments. This implies a capability for the 21st Century surface combatant to be highly successful in environmentally difficult littoral regions at engaging attacking missiles and torpedoes as well as being very effective at detecting.S. Reduced surface combatant force structure requires nearly "puncture-proof" self-defense capabilities as well as inherent survivability. and acoustic signature reduction. Additionally. (5) Mobility . U. process and geolocate signals of interest in order to describe and fully exploit the electronic battle space. contain or control aggression early will entail unacceptable risk to other naval expeditionary and land-based forces. b.

Consideration must also be given to the . Control. ship support and Condition III watchstanding requirements. automation and minimization of maintenance and administrative functions. Personnel.Major functional elements of a 21st Century surface combatant must be applicable to other forward fit ship construction programs.The ship must be automated to a sufficient degree to realize significant manpower reductions in engineering.63 over potential adversaries. (3) Personnel . (2) Design . Reduced manning concepts used by NATO Navies should be reviewed to leverage advanced technologies and future advanced technology concepts in an effort to minimize shipboard manning requirements. and provides the capability to survive and fight hurt. As part of their shipbuilding programs. All meaningful cooperative opportunities can be realized without a formal cooperative development program for a 21st Century surface combatant. Organization: Increased forward basing and double crewing of surface combatants were deemed to be infeasible alternatives to acquisition of a 21st Century surface combatant. 5. the Navy will be forced to continue and expand expensive. These alternatives would provide insufficient assets for crisis management or joint war fighting in a single or nearly simultaneous two MRC contingency. and embedded training. Training alternatives offering the potential to maintain force capability in a smaller force manned with fewer personnel rely heavily on holistic. Since communication and data systems hold the greatest potential for growth. (4) Backfit . off-board training programs. various Allies have combat. and navigation functions.The ship design must employ a total ship architectural/engineering approach that optimizes life cycle cost and performance. mechanical and electrical system programs ongoing or under development that offer possible cooperative opportunities. Final MPT determination will be documented and validated in a Navy Training Plan in accordance with OPNAVINST 1500. d. Without the opportunity to implement this training initiative. Modern. These subsystem designs will be examined. and Training (MPT) analysis will be performed in accordance with OPNAVINST 5311. The approach should also promote commonality of design among ship classes. and place the crew and ship at risk. integrated ship wide data management. Trade-offs which reduce MPT requirements will be favored during design and development. CONSTRAINTS a. 4. their installations must be modularized as much as possible to allow for future upgrades. Alternative design concepts include: (1) new conventional ship designs (2) Advanced/unconventional hull forms (3) Modular ship b. Communications. combat engineering. automation of Command. and therefore obsolescence. The vessel shall be equipped to support a crew of no less than 40 people. Training: Future surface combatants must be ready to fight simultaneous multi-warfare engagements in littoral warfare that will proceed so rapidly crew response times will be insufficient. More specifically this implies physical element modularity.8. open systems information architecture. permits rapid upgrade and change in response to evolving operational requirements. This training capability must be an integral part of the total ship architecture called out as a mission need in a 21st Century Combatant. Preventive maintenance manpower requirements must be reduced by incorporating self-analysis features in equipment designs. ship wide resource management. e. This analysis will recommend options to exploit the use of technology to reduce MPT requirements. (1) Architecture . and Computers (C4I).Consideration should be given to the maximum use of modular designs in the surface combatant's infrastructure. Emerging technologies must be accounted for during the developmental phase. flexible information processing must be built into any new weapon system. minimizes operating conflicts. allows computational and communication resources to keep technological pace with commercial capabilities. hull. embedded training. functional sharing of hardware. combat systems. POTENTIAL MATERIEL ALTERNATIVES a.7 (HARDMAN). Use standard man-to-machine interfaces among the systems onboard. Key Boundary Conditions. A Manpower. and by selecting materials and preservatives which minimize corrosion. The man-tomachine interfaces should be consistent with existing user-friendly systems.

Joint goals for standardization and interoperability with the widest number of weapon and sensor systems. (1) The 21st Century surface combatant must remain fully functional and operational in all environments.S. (3) The ship must be able to operate in U. (5) The ship must be able to transit through the Panama Canal (PANAMAX). (2) Any 21st Century surface combatant must meet the survivability requirements of Level III as defined in OPNAVINST 9070.S. coordinated operations. (4) All ship and combat system elements must make use of standard subsystems and meet required development practices. For example. Marine Corps.. Joint goals for standardization and interoperability will be achieved to the maximum feasible extent.g. in heavy weather (sea state 5) or in the presence of electromagnetic. Theater Air Defense Architecture) in combined. Operational Constraints. and international pollution control laws and regulations. biological and chemical contamination and/or shock effects from nuclear and conventional weapon attack. linkage with standard data based from the Defense Mapping Agency (DMA) will minimize ancillary costs and promote maximum interoperability with the widest number of weapon and sensor systems. The 21st Century surface combatant must be fully integrated with other U.. Navy. . however this must not be done at the expense of achieving performance in new construction. whether conducting independent or force operations. nuclear.64 ability to retrofit into existing AEGIS cruisers and destroyers.1. b. Topside system components shall be decontaminable through use of a countermeasure wash down system and portable Decontamination (DECON) methods. foreign. and international waters in full compliance with existing U. and other agencies (e.S. joint and allied forces.

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50 2.27" = 4.132 Cs = 0.5" ~ 6.66 B 2.5" .463 A= 0.4 160 4.5" ABS Bossing Size t = 1/5*D t= ID = OD = .26 8.47 B 3.089 kN m Qr = Qr = kN-m FT-LT 7.0" ~ 4. Rudder Calculations Rudder Force Cr = (n)(Cs)(Kt)(A)(V^2) n= 0.45 Kt = 1.26 r= 0.606 V= 40 m^2 kts Cr = Cr = kN LT 84.46 Rudder Torque Qr = (Cr)*r Cr = 84.1 5289 2100 930 416. Shafting/Struts Calculations ABS Shaft Diameter D =100K((H/R)*(c1/(U+c2)))1/3 K= H= R= U= c1 = c2 = D= 1.8" = 1.

75" B 4.62 2.27*D thickness = .69 36 2.84 2.62 35 2.85 38 2.54 34 2.92 39 3.47 2.67 ABS Strut Size width = 2.31 31 2.77 2.87 2.46 33 2.69 2.99 At Min op load V Fnv 25 1.54 2.24 2.32 2.00 40 3.92 2. = 10.39 2.08 .365*D Width = Thick.39 32 2. Speed vs.77 37 2.25" 1.92 30 2. Fnv V 25 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 At full load Fnv 1.

25 0.00 Ullage (Ft.025) No Trim.0" 16.664 0.0" 5.S containing LUBE OIL (0.047a 10.0" Tank Soundings for SEWAGE.20 1.72 3.-In.0" 1704.80 9.000 0.000 0.0" 25.00 14.032 3.2" 0' 1.000 0.860a TCG (ft) 0.21 6.2" 9' 1.000 0.000 0.000 0.00 0.2" 10' 1.38 4' 0.078a 9.109 4.33 1' 0.) 0' 0.2" 7' 1.2" 5' 1.347 1.31 2.2" 8' 1.000 0.000 0.22 1.08 0.0" 79.000 0.24 3.0" 1' 6.07 0. No Heel Sounding Volume (Ft.2" 3' 1.65 3' 6.000 0.000 0.000 12.0" 849.584a 11.93 6' 0. No Heel Sounding Volume (Ft.94 4' 6.615a 20.231a 11.533a 10.0" 228.67 8' 0.57 8.87 1.697a 10.094a 11.61 2.2" 7' 7.00 0.C containing SALT WATER (1.0" 545.59 8.000 0.0" 1987.2" 2' 1.849a 75.) 2' 6.0" 319.-In.30 0.404a 11.565 5.105s 1.640 3.75 3' 0.) 0' 0.000 0.00 0.74 5' 6.0" 179.68 Appendix C: Tank Sounding Tables Tank Soundings for FOREPEAK.57 0.33 0.00 0.08 2.0" 420.759a TCG (ft) 0.41 0.) (gal.0" VCG (ft) 0.84 16.78 LCG (ft) 0.37 11' 0.0" 315.17 2' 6.95 1' 0.41 18.0" 0.000 20.35 0.00 0.C containing SALT WATER (1.00 0.329 7.000 1.92 Weight (LT) 0.000 0.000 0.0" 2304.2" 3' 7.000 0.772a 12.70 5.00 0.996 FSM (LT-ft) 0.511a 12.07 0.0" 0' 6.0" 1229.0" 0' 6.0" 1029.17 0.00 0' 6.055 8.907 2.19 5' 0.30 Weight (LT) 0.000 VCG (ft) 0.0" 0' 0.-In.0" 0.90 9' 6.000 0.922 6.00 0.47 1.88 10' 0.63 3.00 2' 0.2" 0' 7.93 1.0" 688.0" 0.23 6' 6.58 8' 6.0" 1453.200 5.01 0.333 0.671 FSM (LT-ft) 0.2" 4' 7.0" 159. No Heel Sounding Volume (Ft.790a 9.96 Weight (LT) 0.05 LCG (ft) 0.63 0.02 0.975 7.000 0.952a 19.000 0.000 0.000 0.0" 106.2" 2' 7.42 FULL 2370.429 8.32 FULL 493.51 7.000 0.06 0.749 4.000 0.2" 4' 1.88 LCG (ft) 0.) (gal.37 7' 0.08 0.) 0' 0.93 4.0" 0' 0.000 75.03 0.14 0.69 1.19 Ullage (Ft.000 0.2" 9' 7.0" 0.688 8.000 0.000 0.000 0.390 3.00 0' 6.2" 1' 1.) (gal.59 0.924) No Trim.345 0.000 Tank Soundings for LUBEOIL.2" 10' 7.2" 6' 1.000 0.0" 18.636s .24 FULL 227.835 5.45 1' 6.) 11' 1.38 4.44 11.688 1.2" VCG (ft) 0.000 0.760a 11.626a TCG (ft) 0.00 0.000 0.0" 102.55 6.2" 6' 7.563s 1.00 0.018 1.0" 0.0" 37.502 FSM (LT-ft) 0.000 0.858a 75.0" 0.471 4.0" 1.000 0.19 5.266 2.2" 1' 7.931a 11.000 0.11 2.-In.000 0.2" 5' 7.0" 1' 0.00 Ullage (Ft.624 6.00 0.000 0.) 1' 6.0" 1' 0.000 0.23 9' 0.2" 0' 1.61 0.00 0' 6.42 2.0" 2' 0.-In.000 0.00 0.00 0.2" 8' 7.768a 19.175a 19.00 0.933a 9.64 7' 6.00 1' 0.0" 65.-In.09 0.98 2' 0.025) No Trim.93 10' 6.227a 12.225a 10.870a 10.00 1' 6.274 6.376a 10.949a 12.

0" 0' 6.0" 1' 0.00 0.0" 667.0" 0.986 1.663 0.-In.0" 176.00 0.03 1' 0.24 FULL 227. No Heel Sounding Volume (Ft.-In.0" 1' 0.03 0.-In.) (gal.924) No Trim.510a 28.08 0.00 0' 6.22 0.0" 176.71 FULL 1159.334 0.38 1' 6.) 0' 0.509a TCG (ft) 0.0" 78.0" 2' 0.317 FSM (LT-ft) 0.0" 1' 0.0" 0' 6.510a 28.0" 81.00 0.0" 455. No Heel Sounding Volume (Ft.92 2' 6.0" 2' 6.00 0' 6.0" 0' 0.37 LCG (ft) 0.333 0.08 2' 0.105p 1. No Heel Sounding Volume (Ft.636p VCG (ft) 0.35 0.629 1.-In.) 3' 0.516a 28.726p 1.000 0.531a 28.20 Weight (LT) 0.12 1.20 0.28 3.0" 81.22 0.587s 1.P containing FRESH WATER (1.323s 1.0" 301.488s 0.95 1' 0.000) No Trim.513a 28.0" 1' 6.779s .00 Ullage (Ft.471a 48.08 0.000 0.0" FSM (LT-ft) 0.0" VCG (ft) 0.22 1' 6.99 2.540a TCG (ft) 0.03 0.662 0.) (gal.870) No Trim.000 28.664 0.587p 1.) 0' 0.540a TCG (ft) 0.88 0.-In.000 48.996 FSM (LT-ft) 0.S containing FUEL OIL (0.334 0.78 LCG (ft) 0.0" 21.) 0' 0.00 0' 6.S containing FRESH WATER (1.947 Tank Soundings for FRESHWATER.0" 1' 0.432a 48.64 1.76 LCG (ft) 0.66 1.12 1.382p 0.) 2' 0.372s 1.0" 2' 6.000 0.000 28.000 0.30 0.947 FSM (LT-ft) 0.986 1.94 FULL 635.30 2.00 0' 6.00 0.531a 28.392a 48.30 2.) 3' 0.94 FULL 635.990 1.000 0.0" Tank Soundings for FRESHWATER.0" 0' 0.0" 1' 6.00 0.00 Ullage (Ft.25 0.70 2.0" 0.943s 1.0" 301.523a 28.000 0.0" 0' 6.66 1.523a 28.000 0.-In.63 0.849a 75.0" 0' 0.726s 1.P containing LUBE OIL (0.00 0.18 1.831p Tank Soundings for FUELOIL1.629 1.860a TCG (ft) 0.0" 304.20 0.0" 0' 0.038s 1.96 Weight (LT) 0.09 0.) 1' 6.0" 0.0" 21.37 LCG (ft) 0.0" VCG (ft) 0.563p 1.0" 0' 6.309 1.05 1' 0.323p 1.-In.0" 1' 6.000 75.88 Weight (LT) 0.) (gal. No Heel Sounding Volume (Ft.69 Tank Soundings for DIRTYOIL.-In.038p 1.00 Ullage (Ft.382s 0.08 0.08 2' 0.309 1.16 3.20 Weight (LT) 0.92 2' 6.) (gal.0" 2' 0.70 2.05 1' 0.00 Ullage (Ft.000 0.00 0.333 0.513a 28.30 0.858a 75.000) No Trim.831s VCG (ft) 0.662 0.00 0.0" 25.0" 102.0" 455.516a 28.) 0' 0.0" 0.64 1.22 1' 6.

00 0' 6.0" 1' 4.000 0.S containing FUEL OIL (0.0" 1' 4.) 2' 4.21 FULL 579.317 FSM (LT-ft) 0.870) No Trim.050s 2.663 0.0" 110.00 0.471a 48.035a 67.488p 0.) (gal.544p 1.-In.392a 48.59 1.P containing FUEL OIL (0.0" VCG (ft) 0.00 0' 6.0" Tank Soundings for FUELDAY.000 0.00 0. No Heel Sounding Volume (Ft.0" 28.0" 304.542 FSM (LT-ft) 0.07 1' 0.-In.0" 1' 6.0" 0' 4.0" -1' 10.18 1.0" 0.00 0.00 0.36 0.86 4.88 LCG (ft) 0.664 0.664 0.0" 429. No Heel Sounding Volume (Ft.000 48.870) No Trim.0" 110.79 1.00 Ullage (Ft.544s 1.0" 0' 10.25 0.0" 667.000 0.038a 67.565p 2.565s 2.0" 1' 0.000 0.-In.065p 1. No Heel Volume (gal.065s 1.0" 0.38 1' 6.70 Tank Soundings for FUELOIL2.0" 0' 6.000 67.-In.0" 0' 4.-In.88 Sounding (Ft.88 LCG (ft) 0.-In.) 0' 0.0" 1' 10.333 0.323 1.86 4.779p VCG (ft) 0.509a TCG (ft) 0.16 0.372p 1.07 Weight (LT) 0.050p 2.368s Tank Soundings for FUELDAY.333 0.) 0' 0.00 0' 6.) 0' 0.03 1' 0.88 0.07 Weight (LT) 0.035a 67.333 0.038a 67.21 FULL 579.P containing FUEL OIL (0.542 FSM (LT-ft) 0.0" -1' 10.0" 28.000 0.69 1' 6.870) No Trim.16 3.09 0.16 0.0" 429.00 0.000 0.0" 0' 10.00 Ullage (Ft.09 0.39 1.99 2.0" 0' 0.79 1.28 3.00 Ullage (Ft.0" 1' 10.994 1.040a TCG (ft) 0.08 0.36 0.990 1.0" 244.) (gal.39 1.) 2' 4.59 1.71 FULL 1159.943p 1.032a 67.368p .) 2' 0.07 1' 0.323 1.034a 67.0" 78.08 0.040a TCG (ft) 0.0" 244.0" VCG (ft) 0.994 1.69 1' 6.032a 67.432a 48.) Weight (LT) 0.76 LCG (ft) 0.97 2' 0.00 0.034a 67.97 2' 0.000 67.0" 0.

617s 1.667a 106.0" 6' 0.617p 3.884 FSM (LT-ft) 0.233s 1.0" 4' 0.850s 2.0" 3' 0.0" 5' 0.00 0.617s 3.0" 11.604p .00 0' 6.928s 4.72 4.0" 11.360 3.34 1.334 0.18 4' 6.334 1.-In.000 0.667a 106.54 6.096 3.78 Sounding (Ft.) 0' 0.0" 2' 6.281 2.34 1.667 1.0" 4' 6.09 7.0" 895.666a TCG (ft) 0.62 4' 0.03 3' 0.81 6.44 1' 6.69 5.0" 2' 6.622 3.670a 106.70 2.830 3.0" 5' 6.) Weight (LT) 0.0" 102.666a TCG (ft) 0.24 2' 0.273s 4.467p 3.000 106.870) No Trim.084s 3.04 0.667a 106.0" 0.617p 1.884 FSM (LT-ft) 0.000 0.0" 0.096 3.62 5' 0.38 1' 0.78 2' 6.69 5.04 0.59 0.667a 106.78 Weight (LT) 0.10 2.360 3.95 7.334 1.0" 5' 6.0" 771.084p 3.72 4.0" 2' 0.0" 1146.0" 648.0" 284.669a 106.670a 106.13 LCG (ft) 0.0" 1' 6.0" 403.) (gal.382p 4.04 0.667 1.38 1' 0.99 6' 0.90 3.0" 648.0" 4' 6.09 7.667a 106.0" 45.31 3.667 1.000 1.0" 895.830 3.67 6.90 5' 6.0" 1' 0.0" 4' 0.0" 771.667 1.-In.18 4' 6.13 LCG (ft) 0.542s 4.670a 106.50 2.129s 4.P containing FUEL OIL (0.10 2.78 2' 6.000 1.667a 106.670a 106.00 0.-In.0" 403.-In.0" 1020.91 FULL 1273.666a 106.24 2' 0.62 5' 0.90 5' 6.542p 4.) 0' 0.469s 4.23 0.23 0.469p 4.81 6.622 3.) 6' 6.62 4' 0.670a 106.33 0.670a 106.00 Ullage (Ft.0" 3' 6.S containing FUEL OIL (0.0" 6' 0.67 6.668a 106.669a 106.233p 1.95 7.281 2.70 2.15 0.850p 2.0" 1146.00 0.31 3.50 2.31 1.0" 3' 0.382s 4.04 0.03 3' 0.989 2.41 6.989 2.0" 5' 0.928p 4.90 3.25 6.0" 1020.0" 284.0" 0' 0.33 0.0" 0' 0.41 6.91 FULL 1273.670a 106.000 0.13 2.670a 106.92 1.559 2.0" 525.0" 181.559 2.13 2.000 0.44 1' 6.84 3' 6.668a 106.99 6' 0.31 1.0" 2' 0.15 0.604s VCG (ft) 0.0" 181. No Heel Volume (gal.0" 1' 6.71 Tank Soundings for FUELOIL3.00 0.0" 1' 0.334 0.666a 106.467s 3.0" 3' 6.670a 106.273p 4.666a 106.59 0.870) No Trim.25 6.670a 106.0" 45.000 106.00 Ullage (Ft.0" VCG (ft) 0.0" 0' 6.0" 525.84 3' 6.92 1.) 6' 6.0" 0' 6.00 0' 6.0" Tank Soundings for FUELOIL4.129p 4.54 6.0" 102.666a 106. No Heel Sounding Volume (Ft.

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Appendix D: Stability
D 1. Crane Stability Check
USCG, 46 CFR - OTM of crane < (.67)(W)(GM)(F/B)
MAX LOAD
W (LT)
115.42
GM (FT)
9.07
F (FT)
6
B (FT)
22
USCG OTM (FT-LT)
191.29
CRANE OTM (FT-LT)
27.34
STATUS
OK
**Therefore crane does not warrant lifting
criteria analysis.

MIN OP
94.61
10.32
6.5
22
193.28
27.34
OK

Crane Particulars:
Max OTM =
1.96 LT @ 3.8' + (1.96 LT)(10') = 27.34 LT-FT
Our Lift =
.41 LT @ 11.5' max
**Max OTM reflects moment from crane pedestal 10' off CL.

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D 2. Intact Output

INTACT STABILITY – HIGH SPEED TURN
FULL LOAD CONDITION
Floating Status
Draft FP

Draft MS
Draft AP
Trim
LCG

4.449 ft
3.893 ft
3.336 ft
fwd 1.00/105.20
67.990a ft

Heel
Equil
Wind
Wave
VCG

stbd 10.17 deg.
Yes
0.0 kn
No
5.502 ft

GM(Solid)
F/S Corr.
GM(Fluid)
KMT
TPIn

6.703 ft
0.003 ft
6.701 ft
12.100 ft
3.88

Loading Summary
Item

Light Ship
Deadweight
Displacement

Weight
(LT)
86.59
27.98
114.57

LCG
(ft)
68.170a
67.433a
67.990a

TCG
(ft)

Weight
(LT)
86.59
0.50
0.50
1.16
0.41
0.23
89.39

LCG
(ft)
68.170a
20.000a
89.600a
72.300a
102.900a
57.000a
68.205a

TCG
(ft)

VCG
(ft)

0.000
0.046s
0.011s

6.260
3.156
5.502

Fixed Weight Status
Item

LIGHT SHIP
40MM AMMUNITION
50 CAL AMMUNITION
CREW AND EFFECTS
DECK CARGO
STORES
Total Fixed:
Tank Status

0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000

VCG
(ft)
6.260u
1.700u
10.900u
14.500u
12.900u
10.000u
6.407u

SEWAGE (SpGr 0.985)
Tank
Name

SEWAGE.C
Subtotals:

Load
(%)
10.01%
10.01%

Weight
(LT)
0.18
0.18

LCG
(ft)
20.273a
20.273a

TCG
(ft)
0.247s
0.247s

VCG
(ft)
0.573
0.573

Perm

Load
(%)
100.00%
100.00%
100.00%

Weight
(LT)
2.35
2.35
4.71

LCG
(ft)
28.540a
28.540a
28.540a

TCG
(ft)
1.831p
1.831s
0.000

VCG
(ft)
1.947
1.947
1.947

Perm

Load
(%)
100.00%
100.00%
100.00%

Weight
(LT)
1.87
1.87
3.74

LCG
(ft)
67.040a
67.040a
48.509a

TCG
(ft)
2.368p
2.368s
1.779s

VCG
(ft)
1.542
1.542
1.317

Perm

0.980

FRESH WATER (SpGr 1.000)
Tank
Name

FRESHWATER.P
FRESHWATER.S
Subtotals:

0.980
0.980

FUEL OIL (SpGr 0.870)
Tank
Name

FUELDAY.P
FUELDAY.S
FUELOIL1.S

0.980
0.980
0.980

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FUELOIL2.P
FUELOIL3.S
FUELOIL4.P
Subtotals:

100.00%
100.00%
100.00%
100.00%

3.74
4.11
4.11
19.43

48.509a
106.666a
106.666a
76.660a

1.779p
4.604s
4.604p
0.000

1.317
3.884
3.884
2.446

0.980
0.980
0.980

Load
(%)
10.07%
100.00%
55.04%

Weight
(LT)
0.08
0.78
0.86

LCG
(ft)
75.655a
75.860a
75.841a

TCG
(ft)
0.418p
1.636s
1.448s

VCG
(ft)
0.323
0.996
0.934

Perm

Load
(%)

Weight
(LT)
25.18

LCG
(ft)
67.229a

TCG
(ft)
0.051s

VCG
(ft)
2.287

Perm

LUBE OIL (SpGr 0.924)
Tank
Name

DIRTYOIL.P
LUBEOIL.S
Subtotals:

0.980
0.980

All Tanks
Totals:
Displacer Status
Item

Status

HULL.C
SubTotals:

Intact

Spgr
1.025

Displ
(LT)
114.57
114.57

LCB
(ft)
67.959a
67.959a

TCB
(ft)
2.050s
2.050s

VCB
(ft)
2.704
2.704

Eff
/Perm
1.000

Hydrostatic Properties
Draft is from Baseline.
Trim: fwd 1.00/105.20, No heel, VCG = 6.41
LCF
Draft
(ft)

Displ
(LT)

LCB
(ft)

VCB
(ft)

3.724
107.207
68.016a
Water Specific Gravity = 1.025.
Trim is per 105.20ft

2.444

LCF
(ft)

TPI
(LT/inch)

68.837a

4.222

MTI
(LT-ft
/inch)
29.453

KML
(ft)
353.208

KMT
(ft)
15.979

Residual Righting Arms vs Heel Angle
Heel Angle
(deg)

0.00
10.00s
10.22s
20.00s
30.00s
40.00s
50.00s
52.67s
60.00s
70.00s
80.00s
90.00s
97.40s
100.00s

Trim Angle
(deg)
0.56f
0.55f
0.55f
0.63f
0.78f
0.90f
0.89f
0.88f
0.85f
0.75f
0.57f
0.33f
0.13f
0.05f

Origin Depth
(ft)
4.54
4.38
4.38
3.99
3.36
2.46
1.37
1.08
0.26
-0.96
-2.26
-3.56
-4.50
-4.82

Residual Arm
(ft)
-1.57
-0.02
0.00
1.00
1.80
2.50
2.78
2.80
2.70
2.28
1.60
0.72
0.00
-0.25

Area
(ft-Deg)
0.000
-7.980
-7.982
-2.677
11.489
33.110
59.890
67.351
87.606
112.813
132.433
144.184
146.882
146.553

Notes

Equil

MaxRa

RaZero

00s 0.0s 3.22 1.0% >0.0 0.0 -2.174 122.09Cos^2(heel) + 0. Heel 0.75 110.0s 100.650 Pass Yes Yes Yes Righting Arms vs.626 2.0 A r m s i n 2.336 Note: Residual Righting Arms shown above are in excess of the overturning arms derived from these moments (in ft-LT): Stbd heeling mmt= 179.00 > 90 deg 2-5-2-5-1 HIGH SPEED TURNS Limit (1) Absolute Angle at Equilibrium (2) Rise in Abs.22 -2. Area / 100 Equilibrium Heel angle (Degrees) 50.57a -6.00 -7.0s Righting Arm Heeling Arm R.400 Actual 10.050 Margin 4.00s 120.04 -1. RA from Equilibrium to MaxRA (3) Absolute Area Ratio from 0.00 deg to RAzero Min/Max <15.25a 0.0 f t .14 139.0 1.00 deg >60.78 0.0 -1.226 3.00 <= 90 deg Stbd heeling mmt= 0.

000a 89.96 deg.000 0.142 6.170a 58. Yes 0.12 95.16 0.900u 10.000 0.000 0.000a 68.225a TCG (ft) Weight (LT) 86.76 MINIMUM OPERATING CONDITION Floating Status Draft FP Draft MS Draft AP Trim LCG 4.690 ft fwd 1.41 0.59 0.0 kn No 6.000 0.000u 6.131 ft 3.260u 1.900u 14.000 0.71 LCG (ft) 68.02 89.18 LCG (ft) 68.50 0.003p 6.411 ft 2.260 4.028p 0.300a 102.58 Loading Summary Item Light Ship Deadweight Displacement Weight (LT) 86.287 ft 3.225a ft Heel Equil Wind Wave VCG stbd 12.000 VCG (ft) 6.350 ft 11.058 ft GM(Solid) F/S Corr.015 ft 5. GM(Fluid) KMT TPIn 5.399u .50 1.900a 57.28/105.170a 20.500u 12.260a 67.000 0.058 Fixed Weight Status Item LIGHT SHIP 40MM AMMUNITION 50 CAL AMMUNITION CREW AND EFFECTS DECK CARGO STORES Total Fixed: 0.000 0.231a TCG (ft) VCG (ft) 0.366 ft 0.700u 10.600a 72.20 67.59 9.

20.S Subtotals: 0.985) Tank Name SEWAGE.98% 18.772a TCG (ft) 1.580 2.499a TCG (ft) 0.602 Perm Load (%) 10.154p VCG (ft) 0.025.67 95.746 KMT (ft) 18.62 LCG (ft) 19.359a 28.70 0.53 LCG (ft) 53.746a TPI (LT/inch) 4.24 0.602 1.20ft VCB (ft) 2.28/105.980 FRESH WATER (SpGr 1.027a 67.311a TCG (ft) 0.039p VCG (ft) 1. Trim is per 105.180a 67.83 3.40 LCF Draft (ft) Displ (LT) LCB (ft) 3.000) Tank Name FRESHWATER.180a TCB (ft) 2.558a 19.401p 1.C Subtotals: Load (%) 90.528 1.P FUELDAY.037 MTI (LT-ft /inch) 28.S Subtotals: 0.289 66.980 LUBE OIL (SpGr 0.558a TCG (ft) 0.99% 9.00% 90.924) Tank Name DIRTYOIL.397 0.119 LCF (ft) 69.24 0.025a TCG (ft) 2.951 0.77 Tank Status SEWAGE (SpGr 0. VCG = 6.01% Weight (LT) 0.580 Eff /Perm 1.404 Perm 0.000 Hydrostatic Properties Draft is from Baseline.211s 0.980 FUEL OIL (SpGr 0.597 0.47 LCG (ft) 28.620s 2.620s VCB (ft) 2.408s 0.C SubTotals: Intact Spgr 1.025 Displ (LT) 95.066s 1.175s VCG (ft) 0.136 KML (ft) 448.822a 75.67 LCB (ft) 67.78 LCG (ft) 75.615 0.372a Water Specific Gravity = 1.320a 75.99% 97.529p 0.99% Weight (LT) 0.211s VCG (ft) 1.P LUBEOIL.00% Weight (LT) 1.62 1.99% 49.66 LCG (ft) 67.528 1.896 Perm Load (%) Weight (LT) 6. Trim: fwd 1.060s VCG (ft) 1.980 0.980 0.023a 67.263a 28.870) Tank Name FUELDAY.877s 0.606 Perm Load (%) 97.83% Weight (LT) 1.08 0.02% 10.528 Perm Load (%) 89.232 .980 All Tanks Totals: Displacer Status Item Status HULL.980 0.P FRESHWATER.174 80.83 1.287p 2. No heel.00% 10.S Subtotals: 0.

48 2.093 41.71s 100.28f 1.62 1.00s 70.00 deg to RAzero Min/Max <15.00s 30.330 Margin 2.41 1.98f 1.81f 0.945 112.268 111.35 2.967 74.000 -10.23 -7.752 66.00 10.74 3.00 0.77 -4.44 -3.00s 92.09 2.22 0.00 0.09Cos^2(heel) + 0.80f 0.96 1.00s 90.25f 1.00 deg >60.153 104.00 -0.10f 0.59f 0.12 -5.30f 1.03 3.16f 1.026 0.50 2.884 -11.32 0.09a Origin Depth (ft) 4.28 Residual Arm (ft) -1.05 -6.77 -2.12 -2.75 -1.783 2.13 2.00s 13.12 4.205 49.324 109.25f 1.00s 110.497 Notes Equil MaxRa RaZero Note: Residual Righting Arms shown above are in excess of the overturning arms derived from these moments (in ft-LT): Stbd heeling mmt= 179.400 Actual 13.930 Pass Yes Yes Yes .87 0.86 -0.27 1.65f 0.00 0.010 88.43s 60.78 Residual Righting Arms vs Heel Angle Heel Angle (deg) 0.00s 80.67f 0.599 96.00s 40.942 18.88f 0.00s 50.00s 20.183 1.00 <= 90 deg Stbd heeling mmt= 0.28 0.23 0.28 4.0% >0.00s Trim Angle (deg) 0.27f 0.355 -9.00 > 90 deg 2-5-2-5-1 HIGH SPEED TURNS Limit (1) Absolute Angle at Equilibrium (2) Rise in Abs.00s 53. RA from Equilibrium to MaxRA (3) Absolute Area Ratio from 0.70f 0.00s 120.13 -1.71 Area (ft-Deg) 0.

Area / 100 Equilibrium Heel angle (Degrees) 50.0 . Heel 0.0s 100.79 Righting Arms vs.0s 3.0 -2.0 -1.0s Righting Arm Heeling Arm R.0 0.0 A r m s i n f t 1.0 2.

000 0.00 86.857 ft 0.127a 68.59 86.909 LCF (ft) 70.59 LCG (ft) 68.260u 0.170a TCG (ft) VCG (ft) 0. GM(Fluid) KMT TPIn 4.000 68.000 0.260 6.170a ft Draft MS Draft AP Trim LCG Heel Equil Wind Wave VCG stbd 14.862 Displ (LT) LCB (ft) 65.000 6.000 0. No heel.025 Displ (LT) 86.59 0.000a TPI (LT/inch) 3.170a 68.000 0.025.106 KMT (ft) 17.000 0.090 ft 2.989s 2.20 68.000 0.921 66.697 MTI (LT-ft /inch) 25.783a Water Specific Gravity = 1. Yes 0. Trim is per 105.26 LCF Draft (ft) 2.989s VCB (ft) 2. VCG = 6.894 KML (ft) 502.682 ft 3.05/105.000 VCG (ft) 6.000 ft 4.857 ft 10.000 0.260u Fixed Weight Status Item LIGHT SHIP 40MM AMMUNITION 50 CAL AMMUNITION CREW AND EFFECTS DECK CARGO STORES Total Weight: Displacer Status Item Status HULL.000 0.000 0.000 0.000 Hydrostatic Properties Draft is from Baseline.88 deg.170a 0.533 Eff /Perm 1.000 0.20ft VCB (ft) 1.42 Loading Summary Item Light Ship Displacement Weight (LT) 86.954 ft 3.043 . Trim: fwd 1.000 0.59 LCG (ft) 68.59 LCB (ft) 68.260 0.00 0.00 0.C SubTotals: Intact Spgr 1.000 0.59 86.127a TCB (ft) 2.533 2.00 0.00 0.260 ft GM(Solid) F/S Corr.0 kn No 6.498 ft fwd 1.000 0.20.170a TCG (ft) Weight (LT) 86.000 0.05/105.000 6.80 LIGHTSHIP CONDITION Floating Status Draft FP 3.

00 deg >60.93 0.81 Residual Righting Arms vs Heel Angle Heel Angle (deg) 0.00s 120.88 0.90 3.96 -4.83 Residual Arm (ft) -2.061 Margin 0.00s Trim Angle (deg) 0.722 10.918 Notes Equil MaxRa RaZero Note: Residual Righting Arms shown above are in excess of the overturning arms derived from these moments (in ft-LT): Stbd heeling mmt= 179.33 -4.72 3.530 92.573 79.00s 110.00 -2.21f 1.57f 0.44 1.002 -12.708 98.0% >0.98f 0.47 -5.334 77.07 0. RA from Equilibrium to MaxRA (3) Absolute Area Ratio from 0.32 1.49f 0.490 98.03f 1.34 2.59 -2.00s 70.00 10.24a Origin Depth (ft) 3.026 1.45f 0.00s 80.09 0.850 -4.626 2.795 54.81 -7.85 1.46 -0.62 -6.00 deg to RAzero Min/Max <15.51f 0.65f 0.00s 14.00s 40.74 1.00s 53.74f 0.90 0.84f 1.848 -14.00 0.77s 60.95 -2.771 94.96 Area (ft-Deg) 0.000 -12.00 <= 90 deg Stbd heeling mmt= 0.12f 0.661 Pass Yes Yes Yes .00s 91.00 -0.07 -0.50 0.16f 1.12 0.00s 50.38 2.42 2.660 32.398 41.09Cos^2(heel) + 0.93s 20.00s 90.71f 0.56 3.400 Actual 14.00 > 90 deg 2-5-2-5-1 HIGH SPEED TURNS Limit (1) Absolute Angle at Equilibrium (2) Rise in Abs.28 -1.14f 0.20f 1.92 2.16 1.09s 100.470 56.00s 30.

82 Righting Arms vs.0 A r m s 2. Heel 0. Area / 100 Equilibrium Heel angle (Degrees) 50.0 -2.0 -3.0 -1.0s 3.0 f t .0 0.0s Righting Arm Heeling Arm R.0 i n 1.0s 100.

00% Weight (LT) 2.003 ft 6.35 4.16 0.368s 1.502 ft GM(Solid) F/S Corr.542 1.000 0.00% Weight (LT) 1.701 ft 12.01% 10.000 0.71 LCG (ft) 28.980 FRESH WATER (SpGr 1.300a 102. Yes 0.558 0.502 Weight (LT) 86.509a TCG (ft) 2.00% 100.39 72.01% Weight (LT) 0.59 0.980 0.000 14.990a ft Heel Equil Wind Wave VCG stbd 10. GM(Fluid) KMT TPIn 6.449 ft 3.980 0.779s 1.P FRESHWATER.000a 89.500u 12.336 ft fwd 1.C Subtotals: Load (%) 10.20 67.947 Perm Load (%) 100.128s VCG (ft) 0.74 LCG (ft) 67.00% 100.893 ft 3.900a 57.509a 48.17 deg.600a TCG (ft) 0.P 0.558 Perm Load (%) 100.00% 100.980 .0 kn No 5.947 1.433a 67.88 Loading Summary Item Light Ship Deadweight Displacement Weight (LT) 86.74 3.540a TCG (ft) 1.227a 20.700u 10.980 FUEL OIL (SpGr 0.990a TCG (ft) 0.000 VCG (ft) 6.170a 20.57 LCG (ft) 68.000 VCG (ft) 1.205a 0.779p VCG (ft) 1.100 ft 3.703 ft 0.831p 1.980 0.900u 10.170a 67.368p 2.542 1.59 27.00% 100.18 0.00/105.000a 68.P FUELDAY.831s 0.540a 28.985) Tank Name SEWAGE.227a TCG (ft) 0.040a 67.87 1.00% 100.407u Tank Status SEWAGE (SpGr 0.317 1.50 LCG (ft) 68.23 89.156 5.50 0.000 0.260u 1.540a 28.040a 48.000u 6.260 3.045s 0.S Subtotals: 0.87 3.128s 0.980 0.000) Tank Name FRESHWATER.317 Perm 0.900u Fixed Weight Status Item LIGHT SHIP 40MM AMMUNITION 50 CAL AMMUNITION CREW AND EFFECTS DECK CARGO STORES Total Fixed: 1.83 INTACT STABILITY – WIND HEELING FULL LOAD CONDITION Floating Status Draft FP Draft MS Draft AP Trim LCG 4.35 2.S FUELOIL2.011s VCG (ft) 6.947 1.000 0.S FUELOIL1.000 0.18 LCG (ft) 20.41 0.000 0.98 114.870) Tank Name FUELDAY.

050s VCG (ft) 2.934 Perm Load (%) Weight (LT) 25.962a 67.636s 1.P LUBEOIL.228a TCG (ft) 0.924) Tank Name DIRTYOIL.996 0.884 2.000 3.P Subtotals: 100.00% 55.03% 100.00% 100.317 0.00% 4.78 0.460p 1.60 114.287 Perm LUBE OIL (SpGr 0.980 All Tanks Totals: Displacer Status Item HULL.980 0.840a TCG (ft) 0.188s VCB (ft) 2.02% Weight (LT) 0.588 2.446 0.188s 1.86 LCG (ft) 75.980 Load (%) 10.08 0.11 19.666a 106.604p 0.640a 75.11 4.445s VCG (ft) 0.C SubTotals: Status Intact Spgr 1.000 .18 LCG (ft) 67.666a 76.84 FUELOIL3.962a TCB (ft) 1.588 Eff /Perm 1.884 3.60 LCB (ft) 67.860a 75.025 Displ (LT) 114.604s 4.980 0.S FUELOIL4.43 106.660a 4.00% 100.S Subtotals: 0.

6.50 (2) 14.00s 25.24 0.55f 0.81f 0.399 -44.00s 115.008 68.81 (1) 1.50 4.12 1.250 0.90f 0.850 2.50 (1) 14.400 Actual 2. 19.49 4.39s 55.58f 0.675 81.055a Water Specific Gravity = 1.54 (1) 6.00 -0.11 (1) 3. 19.43s 15.00s Origin Depth (ft) Residual Arm (ft) 3.18Cos(heel) + 0.645 33.11 (1) 8.78 2.14s 85.00p 5.00/105.000a.22 (1) -3. No heel. Trim is per 105.91 (1) -3. RA from Equilibrium to MaxRA (2) Absolute Area Ratio from Roll to RAzero or Flood Min/Max >60.41 1.232 100.00s 95.107 -65.00s 48.86f 0.70f 0.840 113.976 14.271 Flood Pt Height (ft) 11.89f 0.000 62.75 -0.00 > 90 deg Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) (2) PILOT HOUSE VENT PILOT HOUSE VENT L.512 LCF (ft) TPI (LT/inch) 68.00p 15.11 0.496 KMT (ft) 15.0% >1.21 4.000a.41a Area (ft-Deg) 0.T.20 -4.241 MTI (LT-ft /inch) 29.88 -1.55f 0.21 (1) 11.21 (2) 14.43 1.55f 0.85 2.50 -5. 6.355 59.71 2.70f 0.07 0.028 -55.82 -0.21 3.50 4.24 (1) 7.570 -65.495 11.55 0.58f 0.74 (2) 13.41s 105.10a 0.74 (1) 10.55f 0.94 1.00s 65.41 -2.84 2.00s 5.20.00 (1) -0.000 Height (ft) 14.000p.253 Margin 2.53 -2.853 Pass Yes Yes . Trim: fwd 1.84 1.000 -32.51 2.53 -3.20ft 2.00s 81.46f 0.91 -4.42 -6.730 KML (ft) 338.222 91.213 96.39 (1) -7.38 (1) Notes Roll Equil MaxRa FldPt RaZero Note: Residual Righting Arms shown above are in excess of the overturning arms derived from these moments (in ft-LT): Stbd heeling mmt= 103.76 (1) -5.00p 5.44 (1) 13.000s.67f 0.023 4.070 -22.69 0.122 -59.463 Residual Righting Arms vs Heel Angle Heel Angle (deg) Trim Angle (deg) 25.076 102.60 -2.735 2-5-2-1-3 WIND HEELING ARMS Limit (1) Rise in Abs.948 103.34 -1.41 LCF Draft (ft) Displ (LT) LCB (ft) VCB (ft) 3.74 -1.45 (1) 0.00 1.450 88.87f 0.00s 75.025.00s 35.671a 4.00in(heel) <= 90 deg Stbd heeling mmt= 0.13f 0.71 4.88 2.85 Hydrostatic Properties Draft is from Baseline. VCG = 6.V (ft) 62.20f 0.00s 45.00s 97.93 1.

0 .0 A r m s i n f t 1.0s 3.0s Righting Arm Heeling Arm R.0s 100.0 0.0 2.86 Righting Arms vs.0 -1. Area / 100 Equilibrium Flood Pt Heel angle (Degrees) 50.0 -2. Heel 0.

738 ft 3.231a TCG (ft) VCG (ft) 0.709 ft 13. GM(Fluid) KMT TPIn 7.728 ft 0.500u 12.058 ft GM(Solid) F/S Corr.046p 0.138 6.16 0.700u 10.300a 102.20 67.0 kn No 6.170a 58.000a 68.900a 57. Yes 0.18 LCG (ft) 68.260u 1.12 95.058 Fixed Weight Status Item LIGHT SHIP 40MM AMMUNITION 50 CAL AMMUNITION CREW AND EFFECTS DECK CARGO STORES Total Fixed: 0.019 ft 7.02 89.399u .000 0.000u 6.228 ft 3.225a TCG (ft) Weight (LT) 86.000 0.000 VCG (ft) 6.170a 20.000 0.600a 72.923 ft fwd 1.41 0.50 1.50 0.260a 67.900u 10.900u 14.71 LCG (ft) 68.004p 6.576 ft 2.87 MINIMUM OPERATING CONDITION Floating Status Draft FP Draft MS Draft AP Trim LCG 4.000a 89.35 deg.000 0.260 4.000 0.000 0.86 Loading Summary Item Light Ship Deadweight Displacement Weight (LT) 86.000 0.19/105.225a ft Heel Equil Wind Wave VCG stbd 6.59 0.59 9.

064p VCG (ft) 1.390 Eff /Perm 1.404s 0.06% 50.584a 19.02% Weight (LT) 0.022a TCG (ft) 2.53 LCG (ft) 53.669s 1.24 0.S Subtotals: 0.075s VCG (ft) 0.24 0.P FRESHWATER.C SubTotals: Intact Spgr 1.980 LUBE OIL (SpGr 0.528 Perm Load (%) 90.P FUELDAY.62 LCG (ft) 19.980 0.057s VCG (ft) 1.174s VCG (ft) 1.980 FUEL OIL (SpGr 0.980 All Tanks Totals: Displacer Status Item Status HULL.00% 10.732s 0.590 0.05% Weight (LT) 1.527 1.83% Weight (LT) 1.000) Tank Name FRESHWATER.72 95.501a TCG (ft) 0.19/105.78 LCG (ft) 75. Trim: fwd 1.980 FRESH WATER (SpGr 1.S Subtotals: 0.20ft VCB (ft) 2.04% 10.980 0.66 LCG (ft) 67.62 1.S Subtotals: 0.595 Perm Load (%) 10.580p 0.267a TPI (LT/inch) 4.174s 0.C Subtotals: Load (%) 90.025.98% 98.482s 1.03% 10.980 0.025 Displ (LT) 95.589 0.781a TCG (ft) 1.181a 67.209p VCG (ft) 0.595 1.83 1. VCG = 6.024a 67.020a 67.400 Perm 0.329a 28.482s VCB (ft) 2.924) Tank Name DIRTYOIL.309a TCG (ft) 0.528 1.88 Tank Status SEWAGE (SpGr 0.323 0. Trim is per 105.164 MTI (LT-ft /inch) 28.P LUBEOIL.191 KMT (ft) 17.584a TCG (ft) 0.70 0.181a TCB (ft) 1.72 LCB (ft) 67.390 2.08 0.830 KML (ft) 401.886 Perm Load (%) Weight (LT) 6.510a 75.20.421 92.05% Weight (LT) 0.05% 90.267 LCF (ft) 69.870) Tank Name FUELDAY.418p 0.00% 18.811a 75.47 LCG (ft) 28.143a Water Specific Gravity = 1.556 .985) Tank Name SEWAGE.000 Hydrostatic Properties Draft is from Baseline. No heel.289a 28.590 Perm Load (%) 97.949 0.180 67.289p 2.40 LCF Draft (ft) Displ (LT) LCB (ft) 3.83 3.

00s 35.13 (1) -1.78 -3.00p 5.27 -2.74 1.00s 115.00 > 90 deg Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) (2) PILOT HOUSE VENT PILOT HOUSE VENT L.836 62.89f 1.V (ft) 62.20 3. 6.136 -68.59 (1) -6.89f 0.03 -0.000 62.63 (2) 14.120 15.69 0.00s 92.23 4.54 (1) 8.177 2-5-2-1-3 WIND HEELING ARMS Limit (1) Rise in Abs.74f 0.23 4.00s 84.73 (1) 7.03 -3.19 0.T.19f 1.84 (1) -2.364 70.63 (1) 12. 19.473 66.43f 0.18 (1) 10.651 -33.00in(heel) <= 90 deg Stbd heeling mmt= 0.37s 15.24 -1.25 0.29f 1.431 56.73f 0.65f 0. 19.18 (1) 0.60 (1) Notes Roll Equil MaxRa FldPt RaZero Note: Residual Righting Arms shown above are in excess of the overturning arms derived from these moments (in ft-LT): Stbd heeling mmt= 103.08 2.00 0.18Cos(heel) + 0.70 -0.145 38.29f 1.07f 1.56 2.73f 0.74 0.873 12.46 3.000a.47 (1) 2.46s 95.94 -0.043 1.66 -6.000p.766 Flood Pt Height (ft) 12.495 -64.52 2.49 2.00p 15.01f 1.000 Height (ft) 14.0% >1.95 4.00 (1) -0.20f 1.00s 25.49 -2.00s 6.274 1.765 Margin 1.29 0.247 -57.000 -32. RA from Equilibrium to MaxRA (2) Absolute Area Ratio from Roll to RAzero or Flood Min/Max >60.78 -3.000s.55 2.000a.00f 0.18 (2) 13.09f Area (ft-Deg) 0.406 44.64f 0.362 -10.96 -1.400 Actual 2.64f 0.098 69.443 0.957 67.87 (1) 14.00p 5.84 (1) 6.87 (2) 14.00s Origin Depth (ft) Residual Arm (ft) 3.43s 85.95 3.42 -5.366 -68.48s 55.00s 75.71 (1) 13.48 -1.76 1.68 (1) 4.00s 65.10 1. 6.11 -4.00s 105.41 (1) -4.90 1.365 Pass Yes Yes .81f 0.00s 49.09 -4.89 Residual Righting Arms vs Heel Angle Heel Angle (deg) Trim Angle (deg) 25.00s 45.24f 1.46 0.251 -51.46 2.

0 0.0 .0 -2.0s Righting Arm Heeling Arm R.0 A r m s i n f t 1.0 2. Heel 0.90 Righting Arms vs.0 -1. Area / 100 Equilibrium Flood Pt Heel angle (Degrees) 50.0s 100.0s 3.

025.00 0.00 0. Trim is per 105.71 Loading Summary Item Light Ship Displacement Weight (LT) 86.260u 0.137a 68. No heel.000 0.59 0.826 KMT (ft) 18.025 Displ (LT) 86.076 .59 LCB (ft) 68.000 0.023 MTI (LT-ft /inch) 27.260 0.15 deg.260u Fixed Weight Status Item LIGHT SHIP 40MM AMMUNITION 50 CAL AMMUNITION CREW AND EFFECTS DECK CARGO STORES Total Fixed: Displacer Status Item Status HULL.284 Eff /Perm 1.000 0.59 LCG (ft) 68.000 0. GM(Fluid) KMT TPIn 7.528 ft 3.831 ft fwd 0.690s VCB (ft) 2.00 0.000 0.327 ft 2.000 0.20ft VCB (ft) 2.325 ft 13.170a TCG (ft) VCG (ft) 0.000 0.194 81.700 KML (ft) 435. Trim: fwd 0.26 LCF Draft (ft) Displ (LT) LCB (ft) 3.000 6.000 ft 7.000 0.170a TCG (ft) Weight (LT) 86.010a Water Specific Gravity = 1.170a 0.90/105.000 6.000 0.000 0.117 LCF (ft) 70.000 VCG (ft) 6.00 0.C SubTotals: Intact Spgr 1.824 ft 3.000 0.59 86.0 kn No 6.170a 68.260 6.065a TPI (LT/inch) 4.90/105.59 LCG (ft) 68.20.000 68.170a ft Draft MS Draft AP Trim LCG Heel Equil Wind Wave VCG stbd 7.284 2.20 68.91 LIGHTSHIP CONDITION Floating Status Draft FP 3.325 ft 0.000 0.000 0. VCG = 6.000 0.260 ft GM(Solid) F/S Corr.000 Hydrostatic Properties Draft is from Baseline.000 0. Yes 0.59 86.402 68.690s 1.00 86.137a TCB (ft) 1.

06 2.000a.36 1.84 (1) 13.00s 35.33 0.84f 0.78 (1) 8.99 -6.17 (1) -6.80 (1) 2.00s 86.000 Height (ft) 15.98 (1) 7.00 (1) -1.565 Margin 1.74f 0.86f 0.00s 7.857 44.65 -3.49f 0.400 Actual 1.93 2.16f 1.847 55.09 (1) 14.99 (1) 6. 6.760 -19.420 2-5-2-1-3 WIND HEELING ARMS Limit (1) Rise in Abs.55 (1) 0.59 -3.55 3.000a.49 0.47 2.173 54.28f 0.746 55.00 1.07f 0.01s 55.19s 15.T.V (ft) 62.30 0.00 > 90 deg Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) (2) PILOT HOUSE VENT PILOT HOUSE VENT L.19f 1.84 3.00s 45.87 0.40 0.165 Pass Yes Yes .26 (1) 0.54 0. RA from Equilibrium to MaxRA (2) Absolute Area Ratio from Roll to RAzero or Flood Min/Max >60.48f 0.05 -0. 19.745 5.000 62.06a Area (ft-Deg) 0.10f 1.41 2.96 (1) 4.02 (1) -2.00in(heel) <= 90 deg Stbd heeling mmt= 0.55 3.48f 0.57f 0.737 1.41 -4.48 -2.00s 25.27 -3.09 -2.34 -3.08 -0.43 1.72f 0.693 -40.725 Flood Pt Height (ft) 12.000p. 6.00s 115.60f 0.63s 95.00s 105.94f 1.20f 1.403 -59.79 3.676 -72.42 (1) 10.42 -1.088 12.06 3.071 45.000s.507 -69.81 -4.00s 75.17s 90.137 0.86 (1) 12.00p 5.92 Residual Righting Arms vs Heel Angle Heel Angle (deg) Trim Angle (deg) 25.488 27.00p 15.00s 85.00p 5.09 (2) 15.18Cos(heel) + 0.187 -72.00s Origin Depth (ft) Residual Arm (ft) 3.000 -33.19 (1) Notes Roll Equil MaxRa FldPt RaZero Note: Residual Righting Arms shown above are in excess of the overturning arms derived from these moments (in ft-LT): Stbd heeling mmt= 103.86 (2) 15.42 (2) 13.32 -0.44 0.650 25.84 3.92 -2.011 -6.01 0.00s 50.708 54. 19.57f 0.00 (1) -4.126 -57.79 1.74f 0.00s 65.41 2.23 -7.0% >1.

93 Righting Arms vs.0s 3.0 -1.0s Righting Arm Heeling Arm R.0 2. Heel 0. Area / 100 Equilibrium Flood Pt Heel angle (Degrees) 50.0 A r m s i n f t 1.0 -2.0 0.0 .0s 100.

GM(Fluid) KMT TPIn 10.884 2.00% 100. Damaged Output FOREPEAK AND STORES DAMAGED FULL LOAD CONDITION Floating Status Draft FP Draft MS Draft AP Trim LCG 5.00% Weight (LT) 2.74 3.00% 100.74 4.980 0.170a 20.00% 55.980 0.00% 100.528p 1.000 0.947 1.540a 28.30/105.P Subtotals: 0.980 FUEL OIL (SpGr 0.292 ft 3.000 0.549 ft 4.S Subtotals: Load (%) 100.S FUELOIL4.260u 1.947 Perm Load (%) 100.604p 0.316 0.900u 14.0 kn No 5.980 .509a 106.368p 2.870) Tank Name FUELDAY.S Subtotals: All Tanks 0.11 19.831p 1.700u 10.509a 48.542 1.000 VCG (ft) 1.040a 48.924) Tank Name DIRTYOIL.810a TCG (ft) 0.000a 89.300a 102.23 89.000 0.000 0.980 0.000) Tank Name FRESHWATER.S FUELOIL1.996 0.00% 100.407u Tank Status FRESH WATER (SpGr 1.000 0.205a TCG (ft) 0.20 68.065a ft Heel Equil Wind Wave VCG stbd 0.001 ft 10.666a 76.636s 1.94 D 3.318a 75.000u 6.041 ft 15.446 Perm Load (%) 10.000a 68.510 ft GM(Solid) F/S Corr.P FRESHWATER.317 1.540a 28.900u 10.000 VCG (ft) 6.980 LUBE OIL (SpGr 0.87 1.040a 67.036 ft fwd 2.660a TCG (ft) 2.779s 1.P FUELOIL3.547 ft 4.87 3.P LUBEOIL.947 1.00% 100.08 0.35 2.368s 1.900a 57.50 0.000 0.07 Fixed Weight Status Item LIGHT SHIP 40MM AMMUNITION 50 CAL AMMUNITION CREW AND EFFECTS DECK CARGO STORES Total Fixed: Weight (LT) 86.600a 72.860a 75.980 0.542 1.28 deg.00% 100.59 0.604s 4.39 LCG (ft) 68.666a 106.500u 12.00% Weight (LT) 1.41 0.980 0.43 LCG (ft) 67.439s VCG (ft) 0. Yes 0.02% 100.71 LCG (ft) 28.35 4.78 0.P FUELDAY.317 3.779p 4.86 LCG (ft) 75.00% 100.934 Perm 0.041 ft 0.00% 100.980 0.11 4.S FUELOIL2.980 0.000 VCG (ft) 1.16 0.50 1.01% Weight (LT) 0.540a TCG (ft) 1.831s 0.884 3.

6.C BHD2. 6.164a 19.98 -1.047 GML (ft) GM(Fluid ) (ft) 276.025 1.671 2.873a TPI (LT/inch) 4.000 0.V (ft) 62.025 1.005s 0.668 LCF (ft) 70.99 -0.00 Totals: LCG (ft) 67. 19.072 MTI (LT-ft /inch) 25.617a 19. 19.566a TCG (ft) 0.000 62.28 deg.416 10.51 LCF Draft (ft) Displ (LT) LCB (ft) 3.000s.20ft VCB (ft) 2.025.003a Water Specific Gravity = 1.950 0.774 14.39 LCB (ft) 64.000a.392 68.C SEWAGE.95 Load (%) Weight (LT) 25.626a 68.000a.950 0.73 -6.C BHD1.702 4.330 3.063s VCB (ft) 2.980 Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) (2) L.774 Hydrostatic Properties with Damage Draft is from Baseline.000 PILOT HOUSE VENT PILOT HOUSE VENT Height (ft) 14..000s. VCG = 5.003a TCB (ft) 0.300 Perm Displacer Status Item Status HULL.041 .187a 11.87 114.014s 0.355 1.059s 0.025 Displ (LT) 123. heel: stbd 0. Trim is per 105.025 1.668 Eff /Perm 1.000 0. Trim: fwd 2.C SubTotals: Intact Flooded Flooded Flooded Spgr 1.049s VCG (ft) 2.30/105.20.999 114.T.

186 86.45 3.00s 66.716 190.50s 46.443 203.00s 43.00s 1.77 2.77 (1) 14.51f 1. 19.00s 36.46f 1.32 5.97 2.000a.33f 1.25 4.59 Margin 14.72 (1) Notes Roll Equil MaxRa FldPt Note: Residual Righting Arms shown above are in excess of the overturning arms derived from these moments (in ft-LT): Stbd heeling mmt= 4.01 0.21f 1.86 3.976 2-5-3-3-5 DAMAGE WIND HEELING ARMS Limit (1) Absolute Angle at Equilibrium (2) Absolute Area Ratio from Roll to RAzero or Flood (3) Area from Equilibrium to Flood (4) Righting Arm at MaxRA Min/Max <15.44f 1.25f 1.55 1.517 60.400 >5.92 1.241 28.41f 1.V (ft) 62.53 5.04 -0.00 deg >1.00s 16.955 198.83 (1) 5.80 (1) 11.39 (1) -3.55 5.35 82.19 (1) 14.17s 86.33f 1.11 (1) 12.25f 1.51 5.98 (1) 15.00p 4.550 3.65 81.50f 1.33 (1) 7.32 (1) 9.29 ft Actual 0.00s 56.000 ft-D >0.708 130.00 <= 90 deg Stbd heeling mmt= 0.000 Height (ft) 15.493 201.70 1. 6.00s 26.000s.28f 1.00 > 90 deg Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) PILOT HOUSE VENT L.00p 0.01 0.00 (1) -1.00s 80.78 -1.480 183.68 3.31f 1.40 -0.000 -13.595 -12.13 2.05 Area (ft-Deg) 0.96 Residual Righting Arms vs Heel Angle with Damage Heel Angle (deg) Trim Angle (deg) 14.35s 6.30 Pass Yes Yes Yes Yes .00s 96.00 (1) 0.11 -2.00s 76.823 Flood Pt Height (ft) 15.55Cos^2(heel) + 0.75 0.95 2.69 (1) 3.939 -15.59 3.342 160.T.96 -3.28 2.550 3.853 3.04f Origin Depth (ft) Residual Arm (ft) 5.893 206.28 -1.67 1.52f 1.38 (1) 1.54 0.25f 1.744 95.71 (1) 8.58 3.

0 A r m s i n 2.0s 3.0 f t .0 -1. Area / 100 Equilibrium Flood Pt Heel angle (Degrees) 50.0s Righting Arm Heeling Arm R.0s 100. Heel 0.0 0.97 Righting Arms vs.0 -2.0 1.

500u 12.699 ft fwd 2.577 ft 17.761 ft 4.000 0.900u 10.900u 14. Yes 0.S Subtotals: Load (%) 10.000 0.850 ft 2.260u 1.001 ft 3.399u Tank Status FRESH WATER (SpGr 1.59 0.11/105.700u 10.000 0.50 1.24 0.000 0.24 0.18 LCG (ft) 68.50 0.0 kn No 6.02 89.000a 89.600a 72.P FRESHWATER.04 Fixed Weight Status Item LIGHT SHIP 40MM AMMUNITION 50 CAL AMMUNITION CREW AND EFFECTS DECK CARGO STORES Total Fixed: Weight (LT) 86.17 deg.000u 6.043a ft Heel Equil Wind Wave VCG stbd 0.145a TCG (ft) 0.900a 57.587 0.000 0.000a 68.640p 0.002s VCG (ft) 0.01% 10.000) Tank Name FRESHWATER.01% 10.98 MINIMUM OPERATING CONDITION Floating Status Draft FP Draft MS Draft AP Trim LCG 5.644s 0.587 Perm 0.000 0.16 0.170a 20.052 ft 11.980 0.980 .231a TCG (ft) 0.41 0.01% Weight (LT) 0.47 LCG (ft) 28.135 ft GM(Solid) F/S Corr.300a 102. GM(Fluid) KMT TPIn 11.000 VCG (ft) 6.587 0.629 ft 0.145a 28.20 68.145a 28.

87 94.924) Tank Name DIRTYOIL.633a TCG (ft) 0.980 0.000 0.76 -1.043s 0.83 1.945 0.025 1.49 -5.P LUBEOIL.340p 2.970a Water Specific Gravity = 1.08 0.219 15.882 Perm Load (%) Weight (LT) 4. Trim: fwd 2.950 0.356a 75.17 deg.000s.20ft VCB (ft) 2.02% 50.945 3.21 -0.. Trim is per 105.527 Perm Load (%) 90.980 LUBE OIL (SpGr 0.T.11/105.C BHD1. 6.967 11.025 Displ (LT) 102.978a 66.00% 18.S Subtotals: Load (%) 98.025 1. VCG = 6.219 Hydrostatic Properties with Damage Draft is from Baseline.99 FUEL OIL (SpGr 0.067a 11.980 0.534s 1.210p VCG (ft) 1.578 94.13 LCF Draft (ft) Displ (LT) LCB (ft) 3.413 LCF (ft) 71.000s.577 .000 PILOT HOUSE VENT PILOT HOUSE VENT Height (ft) 15.09 LCB (ft) 64.348s 0.20.089 67. heel: stbd 0.978a TCG (ft) 2.870) Tank Name FUELDAY.C BHD2.91 LCG (ft) 64.C SEWAGE.340p VCG (ft) 0.P FUELDAY.970a TCB (ft) 0.008s 0.00% 98.000 62.527 1.548p 0.V (ft) 62.C SubTotals: Intact Flooded Flooded Flooded Spgr 1.70 0.000a.099a TPI (LT/inch) 4.78 LCG (ft) 75.315 0.626a 67.046s VCB (ft) 2.004s VCG (ft) 1.980 Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) (2) L.980 All Tanks Totals: Displacer Status Item Status HULL.025 1.025.S Subtotals: 0.216a 19.668a TCG (ft) 1.442 3.02% Weight (LT) 0.671 2.000a.814a 19.527 1.040 MTI (LT-ft /inch) 24. 19.978a 66. 19.703a 75.000 0.003s 0.66 LCG (ft) 66.668 GML (ft) GM(Fluid ) (ft) 330.950 0.029 1.84% Weight (LT) 1. 6.83 3.334 Perm 0.02% 10.413 Eff /Perm 1.

100
Residual Righting Arms vs Heel Angle with Damage
Heel Angle
(deg)

Trim Angle
(deg)

14.00p
4.00p
0.17s
6.00s
16.00s
26.00s
36.00s
46.00s
56.00s
66.00s
76.00s
83.97s
86.00s
91.14s
96.00s

1.25f
1.15f
1.15f
1.16f
1.28f
1.42f
1.51f
1.52f
1.53f
1.50f
1.45f
1.36f
1.33f
1.25f
1.15f

Origin Depth
(ft)

Residual Arm
(ft)

4.76
4.98
5.00
4.96
4.69
4.14
3.24
2.09
0.92
-0.30
-1.52
-2.50
-2.74
-3.36
-3.93

-1.98
-0.79
0.00
1.03
2.07
2.68
3.15
3.36
3.05
2.39
1.52
0.74
0.53
0.00
-0.50

Area
(ft-Deg)
0.000
-13.874
-15.598
-12.672
3.585
27.706
56.962
89.722
122.218
149.728
169.456
178.510
179.805
181.184
179.959

Flood Pt
Height
(ft)
16.47 (1)
15.63 (1)
15.22 (1)
14.56 (1)
13.30 (1)
11.84 (1)
10.23 (1)
8.43 (1)
6.38 (1)
4.17 (1)
1.86 (1)
0.00 (1)
-0.48 (1)
-1.67 (1)
-2.77 (1)

Notes
Roll
Equil

FldPt
RaZero

Note:
Residual Righting Arms shown above are in excess of the
overturning arms derived from these moments (in ft-LT):
Stbd heeling mmt= 4.55Cos^2(heel) + 0.00 <= 90 deg
Stbd heeling mmt= 0.00 > 90 deg
Unprotected Flood Points
Name

(1)

PILOT HOUSE VENT

L,T,V (ft)
62.000a, 6.000s, 19.000

Height (ft)
16.469

2-5-3-3-5 DAMAGE WIND HEELING ARMS
Limit

(1) Absolute Angle at Equilibrium
(2) Absolute Area Ratio from Roll to RAzero or Flood
(3) Area from Equilibrium to Flood
(4) Righting Arm at MaxRA

Min/Max
<15.00 deg
>1.400
>5.000 ft-D
>0.29 ft

Actual
0.17
63.885
194.108
3.36

Margin
14.83
62.485
189.108
3.07

Pass
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

101

Righting Arms vs. Heel
0.0s
Righting Arm
Heeling Arm
R. Area / 100
Equilibrium
Flood Pt

Heel angle (Degrees)
50.0s

100.0s

3.0

A
r
m
s
i
n

2.0

1.0

0.0

-1.0

-2.0

f
t

102
LIGHTSHIP CONDITION
Floating Status
Draft FP

Draft MS
Draft AP
Trim
LCG

4.766 ft
3.679 ft
2.593 ft
fwd 1.99/105.20
68.170a ft

Heel
Equil
Wind
Wave
VCG

stbd 0.24 deg.
Yes
0.0 kn
No
6.260 ft

GM(Solid)
F/S Corr.
GM(Fluid)
KMT
TPIn

12.569 ft
0.000 ft
12.569 ft
18.827 ft
4.02

Fixed Weight Status
Item

Weight
(LT)
86.59
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
0.00
86.59

LIGHT SHIP
40MM AMMUNITION
50 CAL AMMUNITION
CREW AND EFFECTS
DECK CARGO
STORES
Total Fixed:

LCG
(ft)
68.170a
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
68.170a

TCG
(ft)

VCG
(ft)
6.260u
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
6.260u

0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000

All Tanks
Load
(%)

Weight
(LT)

LCG
(ft)

TCG
(ft)

VCG
(ft)

Perm

Displacer Status
Item

Status

HULL.C
BHD1.C
BHD2.C
SEWAGE.C
SubTotals:

Intact
Flooded
Flooded
Flooded

Spgr
1.025
1.025
1.025
1.025

Displ
(LT)
94.13
-0.41
-5.28
-1.87
86.58

LCB
(ft)
64.151a
11.894a
19.242a
19.626a
68.096a

TCB
(ft)
0.065s
0.003s
0.011s
0.000
0.070s

VCB
(ft)
2.338
3.784
2.892
1.671
2.312

Eff
/Perm
1.000
0.950
0.950
0.980

Unprotected Flood Points
Name

L,T,V (ft)
62.000a, 6.000s, 19.000
62.000a, 6.000s, 19.000

(1) PILOT HOUSE VENT
(2) PILOT HOUSE VENT
Hydrostatic Properties with Damage

Height (ft)
15.377
15.377

Draft is from Baseline.
Trim: fwd 1.99/105.20, heel: stbd 0.24 deg., VCG = 6.26
LCF
Draft
(ft)

Displ
(LT)

LCB
(ft)

3.419
86.578
68.096a
Water Specific Gravity = 1.025.
Trim is per 105.20ft

VCB
(ft)
2.312

LCF
(ft)
71.306a

Residual Righting Arms vs Heel Angle with Damage

TPI
(LT/inch)
4.023

MTI
(LT-ft
/inch)
24.495

GML
(ft)

GM(Solid
)
(ft)
357.165
12.569

85 0.V (ft) 62.47s 86.000 ft-D >0.65 -0.45f 1.83 -0.00s 1.50f 1.78 57.263 177.36 Margin 14.00 <= 90 deg Stbd heeling mmt= 0.00s 90.52f 1.22s 6.00s 85.03 2.00 > 90 deg Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) PILOT HOUSE VENT L.33f 1.04 (1) 10.74 4.66 (1) 15.72 4.000s.66 (1) 6.725 168. 19.10 -3.44 3.55Cos^2(heel) + 0.178 179.20 (1) 0.00p 0.01 1.198 27.10 3.139 3.967 3.38f 1.T.66 3.14f Origin Depth (ft) Residual Arm (ft) 4.80 (1) 15.46s 96.22 58.36 3.53 0.12 (1) -1.25f 1.09f 1. 6.04 -3.48f 1.241 177.38 (1) 14.07 2.47 (1) 2.07 Pass Yes Yes Yes Yes .265 188.00s 26.51f 1.400 >5.33f 1.629 121.38 1.10f 1.15 (1) -2.59 Area (ft-Deg) 0.00 deg >1.31 -2.00s 46.65 (1) 4.77 4.608 Flood Pt Height (ft) 16.01 -0.103 Heel Angle (deg) Trim Angle (deg) 14.00 (1) -0.00 -0.65 -4.23f 1.00s 56.00s 76.43 (1) 8.184 148.86 -3.194 88.913 178.967 3.00p 4.49 0.054 -13.74 (1) 13.60 -1.08f 1.41 (1) Notes Roll Equil FldPt RaZero Note: Residual Righting Arms shown above are in excess of the overturning arms derived from these moments (in ft-LT): Stbd heeling mmt= 4.06 2.49 (1) 12.000 -14.220 -16.665 193.249 56.47 0.00s 66.52 4.29 ft Actual 0.01 1.00s 16.000a.00s 36.89 3.662 2-5-3-3-5 DAMAGE WIND HEELING ARMS Limit (1) Absolute Angle at Equilibrium (2) Absolute Area Ratio from Roll to RAzero or Flood (3) Area from Equilibrium to Flood (4) Righting Arm at MaxRA Min/Max <15.000 Height (ft) 16.20f 1.

Heel 0.0 1.0 f t .0s 100.0s 3.0 -2. Area / 100 Equilibrium Flood Pt Heel angle (Degrees) 50.104 Righting Arms vs.0 0.0s Righting Arm Heeling Arm R.0 -1.0 A r m s i n 2.

900a 57.000 0.74 3.831p 1.040a 67.170a 20.322 0.P LUBEOIL.50 1.30 deg.000 VCG (ft) 6.097 ft 15.300a 102.S FUELOIL2.205a TCG (ft) 0.446 Perm Load (%) 10.000 0.000 0.00% 100.260u 1.00% 100.980 0.000a 68.43 LCG (ft) 67.20 68.500u 12.S FUELOIL1.098 ft 0.562 ft fwd 4.35 2.439s VCG (ft) 0.884 3.001 ft 10.0 kn No 5.980 0. GM(Fluid) KMT TPIn 10.996 0.78 0.000u 6.86 Fixed Weight Status Item Weight (LT) 86.600a 72.585 ft GM(Solid) F/S Corr.000 VCG (ft) 1.779s 1.317 3.000a 89.884 2.509a 106.540a TCG (ft) 1.900u 10.947 1.00% 100.509a 48.542 1.636s 1.980 0.666a 76.87 1.23 89.S Subtotals: 0.790 ft 2.666a 106.980 0.317 1.040a 48.542 1.368s 1.00% 100.41 0.00% 55. Yes 0.000 0.860a 75.00% 100.01% Weight (LT) 0.08 0.779p 4.000 0.74 4.700u 10.59 0.019 ft 4.00% Weight (LT) 2.774a TCG (ft) 0.000 0.P FUELOIL3.604p 0.08/105.50 0.407u Tank Status FRESH WATER (SpGr 1.368p 2.00% Weight (LT) 1.P Subtotals: 0.000) Tank Name FRESHWATER.540a 28.980 0.86 LCG (ft) 74.39 LIGHT SHIP 40MM AMMUNITION 50 CAL AMMUNITION CREW AND EFFECTS DECK CARGO STORES Total Fixed: LCG (ft) 68.00% 100.980 All Tanks .604s 4.924) Tank Name DIRTYOIL.922a 75.11 4.00% 100.934 Perm Load Weight LCG TCG VCG Perm 0.87 3.S FUELOIL4.536p 1.947 Perm Load (%) 100.660a TCG (ft) 2.895a ft Heel Equil Wind Wave VCG stbd 0.P FUELDAY.105 STORES AND AMMUNITION STORAGE DAMAGED FULL LOAD CONDITION Floating Status Draft FP Draft MS Draft AP Trim LCG 7.980 LUBE OIL (SpGr 0.870) Tank Name FUELDAY.16 0.35 LCG (ft) 28.02% 100.980 0.674 ft 3.980 FUEL OIL (SpGr 0.831p VCG (ft) 1.900u 14.11 19.P Subtotals: Load (%) 100.

07 -15.30 deg.904 Eff /Perm 1.097 .025 Displ (LT) 141. 19. heel: stbd 0.980 Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) (2) L.87 -2.671 1.136p (ft) 2.08/105.471a 19.000 62.014s 0.018 68.342 Hydrostatic Properties with Damage Draft is from Baseline.027s VCB (ft) 3.C BHD2.025 1.C BHD3.025 1.41 112. Trim is per 105.086 3.904 LCF (ft) 73.947 2.476 10.087a TPI (LT/inch) 3.540a 68.C SEWAGE.025s 0.000a.06 -1.980 0.20.950 0.626a 28.831s 0.792a TCB (ft) 0.044 4.615a 19.T.106 (%) (LT) 22.64 Totals: (ft) 71.735 1.792a Water Specific Gravity = 1.337 Displacer Status Item Status HULL.186 112.057s 0.000 PILOT HOUSE VENT PILOT HOUSE VENT Height (ft) 14.S SubTotals: Intact Flooded Flooded Flooded Flooded Spgr 1. 19. 6.859 MTI (LT-ft /inch) 22.342 14.20ft VCB (ft) 2.025 1.58 LCF Draft (ft) Displ (LT) LCB (ft) 4.000a.000s.950 0.. 6.000 1.C FRESHWATER. Trim: fwd 4.02 LCB (ft) 59.025.025 1.V (ft) 62.44 -10. VCG = 5.403 GML (ft) GM(Fluid ) (ft) 252.000 0.000s.623a (ft) 0.028a 28.

773 -13.006 162.59 3.74 0.79f 2.87 (1) 9.00s 36.400 >5.T.92 (1) -4.37s 6.55 3.29 (1) 5.26 2.000 -14.40 (1) 0.656 3.089 204.737 98.00 <= 90 deg Stbd heeling mmt= 0.98 4.307 83.91f 2.137 -15.34 Pass Yes Yes Yes Yes .06 -1.00 > 90 deg Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) PILOT HOUSE VENT L.67 1.00s 16.00s 2.53 (1) 14.29 ft Actual 0.00p 0.67 2.35f 2.373 62.33 (1) 13.000s.89 7. 19.01 Area (ft-Deg) 0.656 3.62 3.000 ft-D >0.18 2.894 Flood Pt Height (ft) 15.64f 2.23 (1) 8.143 29.83 6.99 6.96 2.00s 26.73s 86.107 Residual Righting Arms vs Heel Angle with Damage Heel Angle (deg) Trim Angle (deg) 14.68 (1) 12.37 80.96 -0.00s 77.89 1.90f 2.78 (1) 0.01 6.14 -0.61 1.748 188.462 204.75f 2.99 3.067 3.01 0.63 79.528 2-5-3-3-5 DAMAGE WIND HEELING ARMS Limit (1) Absolute Angle at Equilibrium (2) Absolute Area Ratio from Roll to RAzero or Flood (3) Area from Equilibrium to Flood (4) Righting Arm at MaxRA Min/Max <15.94s 46.V (ft) 62.49 -2.00 (1) -1.18 (1) Notes Roll Equil MaxRa FldPt RaZero Note: Residual Righting Arms shown above are in excess of the overturning arms derived from these moments (in ft-LT): Stbd heeling mmt= 4.81f 2.28 5.73 0.000a.76 (1) 14.00s 96.00 deg >1.062 199.63 3.38f 2. 6.10f Origin Depth (ft) Residual Arm (ft) 6.22f 2.63 Margin 14.39 1.827 185.22f 2.00 7.08 -0.35 (1) 10.00s 56.24f 2.00s 76.00s 66.432 133.000 Height (ft) 15.11 (1) 2.46 4.00s 41.74f 2.883 200.00p 4.11 (1) 7.55Cos^2(heel) + 0.51f 2.47f 2.

Heel 0.0 -1.0 -2.108 Righting Arms vs.0 1.0s 3.0s 100.0s Righting Arm Heeling Arm R.0 f t . Area / 100 Equilibrium Flood Pt Heel angle (Degrees) 50.0 0.0 A r m s i n 2.

141a ft Heel Equil Wind Wave VCG stbd 0.000 0.24 0.149 ft GM(Solid) F/S Corr.032 ft 0.900u 14.637p VCG (ft) 0.594 0.06/105.231a TCG (ft) 0.78 Fixed Weight Status Item LIGHT SHIP 40MM AMMUNITION 50 CAL AMMUNITION CREW AND EFFECTS DECK CARGO STORES Total Fixed: Weight (LT) 86.P Subtotals: Load (%) 10.000 0.000 0.000 0.980 .393 ft 2.000 0.000a 68.109 MINIMUM OPERATING CONDITION Floating Status Draft FP Draft MS Draft AP Trim LCG 6.900u 10.172 ft 3.170a 20.01% 10. Yes 0.500u 12.44 deg.700u 10.000a 89.600a 72.007 ft 17.41 0.260u 1.18 LCG (ft) 68.000u 6.50 0.16 0.815a 27.025 ft 11.0 kn No 6. GM(Fluid) KMT TPIn 11.637p 0.50 1.000) Tank Name FRESHWATER.900a 57.24 LCG (ft) 27.20 68.000 0.399u Tank Status FRESH WATER (SpGr 1.613 ft 4.815a TCG (ft) 0.594 Perm 0.02 89.172 ft fwd 4.59 0.000 VCG (ft) 6.01% Weight (LT) 0.300a 102.

C BHD3.000a.000s.527 Perm Load (%) 90. 6.007a Water Specific Gravity = 1.724 14.782 MTI (LT-ft /inch) 21.S Subtotals: Load (%) 98.527 1.P LUBEOIL.83 3.78 LCG (ft) 75.064s VCB (ft) 2.980 All Tanks Totals: Displacer Status Item Status HULL.950 0.724 Hydrostatic Properties with Damage Draft is from Baseline.000 62.02% 10.87 -2.349s 0.950 0.502 1.540a 68.025 Displ (LT) 120.336p VCG (ft) 0.322 0.02% 50.834 3.831s 0.S Subtotals: 0.68 LCG (ft) 66.C SEWAGE.671 1.971a 66.06/105.907a 75. 19.95 -13.025 1.556a TCG (ft) 1.41 93.870) Tank Name FUELDAY.980 0. Trim: fwd 4.947 0.110 FUEL OIL (SpGr 0.02% Weight (LT) 0. VCG = 6.546p 0.431a TCG (ft) 0.798 93.466a 19.251p VCG (ft) 1.025 1. 19.884 Perm Load (%) Weight (LT) 4.527 1.20.003 11.971a TCG (ft) 2.000 1.20ft VCB (ft) 2.70 0. heel: stbd 0..039s 0.000 0.860 68.692 Eff /Perm 1.025 1.84% Weight (LT) 1.836 3.980 0. Trim is per 105.548s 1.980 0.00% 98.980 Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) (2) L.08 0.58 -8.44 deg.000s.264 GML (ft) GM(Fluid ) (ft) 286.86 LCB (ft) 58.000 PILOT HOUSE VENT PILOT HOUSE VENT Height (ft) 14.980 LUBE OIL (SpGr 0.626a 28.692 LCF (ft) 72.66 LCG (ft) 66.005s VCG (ft) 1.S SubTotals: Intact Flooded Flooded Flooded Flooded Spgr 1. 6.971a 66.339p 2.C FRESHWATER.00% 18.947 2.V (ft) 62.373 Perm 0.15 LCF Draft (ft) Displ (LT) LCB (ft) 3.628a 74.48 -1.007a TCB (ft) 0.411a 19.000a.906a TPI (LT/inch) 3.P FUELDAY.025 1.021s 0.007 .025.T.092s 0.924) Tank Name DIRTYOIL.C BHD2.059a 28.83 1.

591 190.660 Flood Pt Height (ft) 15.44f 2.61 6.00s 66.31 (1) Notes Roll Equil MaxRa FldPt RaZero Note: Residual Righting Arms shown above are in excess of the overturning arms derived from these moments (in ft-LT): Stbd heeling mmt= 4. 19.968 2-5-3-3-5 DAMAGE WIND HEELING ARMS Limit (1) Absolute Angle at Equilibrium (2) Absolute Area Ratio from Roll to RAzero or Flood (3) Area from Equilibrium to Flood (4) Righting Arm at MaxRA Min/Max <15.72 (1) 8.574 172.78f 2.00 (1) -1.991 195.051 80.16 Pass Yes Yes Yes Yes .99 -2.458 3.20 (1) -3.45 3.63 6.28f 2.52 0.554 92.06 (1) -2.52 4.105 182.64f 2.41 1.21f 2.99 0.23 0.30 2.696 2.23 3.58 -1.00 -0.384 179.00 <= 90 deg Stbd heeling mmt= 0.220 58.924 182.325 27.48 5. 6.00 deg >1.00p 4.400 >5.000 Height (ft) 15.89f 2.96 5.60s 46.15f 3.82 0.00 0.45 Margin 14.111 Residual Righting Arms vs Heel Angle with Damage Heel Angle (deg) Trim Angle (deg) 14.92f 2.490 -16.97 (1) 15.24f 2.00s 76.73 (1) 14.80 3.54 6.00s 26.35s 86.33 (1) 9.22f 3.00s 91.00s 56.000s.29 ft Actual 0.00s 16.00s 2.87 0.354 -13.06 2.30 -1.34 3.000a.42 3.10 2.001 152.458 3.52 (1) 7.00s 36.07f 2.00s 81.V (ft) 62.62f 2.240 125.62 6.75f 2.85 (1) 5.615 183.80 (1) 11.97f 3.T.00p 0.09 -0.52 0.75 (1) 3.00 > 90 deg Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) PILOT HOUSE VENT L.97 2.16 (1) 14.58 62.55Cos^2(heel) + 0.00s 42.42s 6.48f 2.22 (1) 0.08 4.51 Area (ft-Deg) 0.45f Origin Depth (ft) Residual Arm (ft) 6.09 (1) 12.000 -14.42 63.08 -0.50 (1) 1.000 ft-D >0.04s 96.

0 -2.0s 100.0s 3.0s Righting Arm Heeling Arm R.0 0.0 f t .112 Righting Arms vs. Heel 0.0 A r m s i n 2.0 1.0 -1. Area / 100 Equilibrium Flood Pt Heel angle (Degrees) 50.

00 0.026s 0.80 -8.025 Displ (LT) 111.20 68.025 1.947 2.C FRESHWATER.S SubTotals: Status Intact Flooded Flooded Flooded Flooded Spgr 1.59 LIGHT SHIP 40MM AMMUNITION 50 CAL AMMUNITION CREW AND EFFECTS DECK CARGO STORES Total Fixed: LCG (ft) 68.C BHD2.000 0.000 All Tanks Load (%) Weight (LT) LCG (ft) TCG (ft) VCG (ft) Perm Displacer Status Item HULL.048s 0.00 0.070 ft fwd 3.350 ft 4.00 0.000 6.950 0.31 -12.000 0.000 0.260 ft GM(Solid) F/S Corr.114s 0.91/105.000 0.170a 0.000 0.490 ft 0.260u 0.000 0.113 LIGHTSHIP CONDITION Floating Status Draft FP Draft MS Draft AP Trim LCG 6.025 1.170a TCG (ft) VCG (ft) 6.025 1.466a 19.000 0.490 ft 17.980 0.59 0.741 ft 3.0 kn No 6.035a TCB (ft) 0.729 3.000 0.000 0.000 1.59 LCB (ft) 58.671 1.73 Fixed Weight Status Item Weight (LT) 86.086s VCB (ft) 2.000 0.C BHD3.831s 0.170a ft Heel Equil Wind Wave VCG stbd 0.00 86.025 1.000 0.000 0.540a 68. GM(Fluid) KMT TPIn 11.000 0.950 0. Yes 0.000 0.371 1.210 ft 2.61 -1.C SEWAGE.87 -2.626a 28.684 3.000 ft 11.980 .41 86.000 68.270a 19.00 0.081a 28.000 0.260u 0.52 deg.589 Eff /Perm 1.

65 (1) 8.598 GML (ft) GM(Solid ) (ft) 300.54 (1) 9.62f 2.670 182.59 -2.000s. Trim: fwd 3.32 3.70f 2.60 Area (ft-Deg) 0. VCG = 6.658 152.38 6.37 6.00 -0.355 1. 6.01 1.000 62.V (ft) 62.V (ft) 62.55Cos^2(heel) + 0.00s 16.34 (1) 14.91/105. 6.00 <= 90 deg Stbd heeling mmt= 0.00p 0.710 57.11 2.389 171.02 (1) 3.38 -2.822 181.21f 2. 19.006 -14.44 3.45 0.17f 2.000a.70 4.43f Origin Depth (ft) Residual Arm (ft) 6.000 PILOT HOUSE VENT PILOT HOUSE VENT Height (ft) 14.00s 56.643 86.19 3.12s 46.82 4.114 Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) (2) L.82 (1) 1.00s 26.639 180.42f 2.94 3.47 0.29s 96. Trim is per 105.97s 86.58 (1) 0.739a 3.635 124.52 deg.00 (1) -0.99 -1.26 LCF Draft (ft) Displ (LT) LCB (ft) VCB (ft) 3.13 -0.60f 2. 19.000s..09 (1) 6.87 0.35 6.035a Water Specific Gravity = 1.46 -0.94 (1) 8.38f 2.27 (1) 13.89 0.84f 2.85f 2.593 68.79 3.00s 82.22 5.893 Hydrostatic Properties with Damage Draft is from Baseline. 6.000 -14. heel: stbd 0.000a.20.46 3.926 Flood Pt Height (ft) 16.98 2.14f 3.000 Height (ft) 16.00 (1) 11.89 (1) 14.405 81.T.00s 66.41 1.589 LCF (ft) TPI (LT/inch) 72.T.025.20ft 2.13f 2.729 MTI (LT-ft /inch) 20.28 6.00s 2.17 (1) 15.77 0.00 > 90 deg Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) PILOT HOUSE VENT L.56 -0.893 14.09 2.294 11.00s 90.490 Residual Righting Arms vs Heel Angle with Damage Heel Angle (deg) Trim Angle (deg) 14. 19.93f 3.000s.75f 2.00p 4.994 179.66 (1) -2.00s 43.165 Notes Roll Equil MaxRa FldPt RaZero .00 0.681 91.00s 36.00s 76.000a.01f 2.20f 3.984 -17.69 (1) -1.831 26.93 (1) Note: Residual Righting Arms shown above are in excess of the overturning arms derived from these moments (in ft-LT): Stbd heeling mmt= 4.51s 6.

400 >5. Heel 0.115 2-5-3-3-5 DAMAGE WIND HEELING ARMS Limit (1) Absolute Angle at Equilibrium (2) Absolute Area Ratio from Roll to RAzero or Flood (3) Area from Equilibrium to Flood (4) Righting Arm at MaxRA Min/Max <15.51 59.17 Pass Yes Yes Yes Yes Righting Arms vs.916 191.0 -2.0 f t .29 ft Actual 0.316 196.829 3.0 0.000 ft-D >0. Area / 100 Equilibrium Flood Pt Heel angle (Degrees) 50.49 57.0 -1.00 deg >1.0s 100.46 Margin 14.829 3.0s 3.0 A r m s i n 2.0 1.0s Righting Arm Heeling Arm R.

0 kn No 5.900a 57. GM(Fluid) KMT TPIn 7.900u 14.797 ft GM(Solid) F/S Corr.39 LCG (ft) 68.300a 102.000 0.000 0.412 ft 2.000a 68.000a 89.116 AMMUNITION STORAGE AND CREW DAMAGED FULL LOAD CONDITION Floating Status Draft FP Draft MS Draft AP Trim LCG 10.116 ft 3.000 0.632 ft 13.59 0.260u 1.70 Fixed Weight Status Item LIGHT SHIP 40MM AMMUNITION 50 CAL AMMUNITION CREW AND EFFECTS DECK CARGO STORES Total Fixed: Weight (LT) 86.700u 10. Yes 0.407u .046 ft fwd 7.20 69.600a 72.000 0.003 ft 7.205a TCG (ft) 0.56 deg.635 ft 0.500u 12.187 ft 7.45/105.170a 20.000 VCG (ft) 6.000u 6.900u 10.41 0.000 0.559a ft Heel Equil Wind Wave VCG stbd 0.23 89.16 0.000 0.50 0.50 1.

276a 75.980 LUBE OIL (SpGr 0.985) Tank Name SEWAGE.980 FUEL OIL (SpGr 0.025 1.058s 1.509a 106.413a TCG (ft) 0.00% Weight (LT) 1.011s 0.779s 2.924) Tank Name DIRTYOIL.000 0.552p 1.000 62.317 1.11 4.000a.11 13.025 Displ (LT) 255.604s 4.540a 48.C BHD3.980 0.368s 0.00% 100.457a TCB (ft) 0.18 0.86 LCG (ft) 74.P FUELOIL2.884 2. 6.00% 100.595 0.87 3.57 -28.20 106.117 Tank Status SEWAGE (SpGr 0.000s.586 4.03% 100.487 5.01% 10.00% 100.011s VCG (ft) 0.936 Perm Load (%) Weight (LT) 17.336 0.S Subtotals: 0.97 -110.41 -4.S FUELDAY.35 LCG (ft) 28.801p VCG (ft) 1.C Subtotals: Load (%) 10.82 LCG (ft) 67.C BHD4.066s 0.78 0.980 0.040a 48.884 3.509a 67.025 1.540a 28.636s 1.18 LCG (ft) 19.S SubTotals: Intact Flooded Flooded Flooded Flooded Flooded Spgr 1.715a TCG (ft) 0.831s 1.P FUELOIL3.P Subtotals: 0.870) Tank Name FUELDAY.980 All Tanks Totals: Displacer Status Item Status HULL.980 0.947 Perm Load (%) 100.950 0.860a 75.595 Perm Load (%) 100.980 .542 4.873 Perm Load (%) 10.P LUBEOIL.000 Height (ft) 12.01% Weight (LT) 0.413a 19.592a TCG (ft) 0.996 0.076p Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) (2) PILOT HOUSE VENT PILOT HOUSE VENT L.114 VCB (ft) 4.025 1.779p 4.22 LCG (ft) 76.C FRESHWATER.025 1.947 1.831p VCG (ft) 1.040a 69.08 0.362a 28.00% Weight (LT) 2.437a 51.980 0.317 3.000) Tank Name FRESHWATER.822p VCG (ft) 2.626 Perm 0.980 0.540a TCG (ft) 1.P Subtotals: 0.345 Eff /Perm 1.01% Weight (LT) 0.00% 55.S FUELOIL4.74 4.T.V (ft) 62. 19.00% 100.025 1.666a 85.831p 1.98 -2.950 0.S FUELOIL1. 6.575 1.666a 106.576a TCG (ft) 2.947 1.35 2.980 0.037s 0.114 12.41 -2. 19.000a.542 1.604p 0.368p 1.00% 100.437s VCG (ft) 0.000s.60 LCB (ft) 56.777a 28.980 FRESH WATER (SpGr 1.

000 Height (ft) 13.T.630a 2.00s 16.76f 4.605 69.10 1.704 MTI (LT-ft /inch) 28.08 -1.03f 4.00s 63.00 0.88 Margin 14.15 Area (ft-Deg) 0.84 11.76 2.20.567 GML (ft) GM(Fluid ) (ft) 338.73 1.025.44 2.10 (1) -5.00s 36.11 (1) 11.92f Origin Depth (ft) Residual Arm (ft) 10.624 2.78 (1) Notes Roll Equil MaxRa FldPt Note: Residual Righting Arms shown above are in excess of the overturning arms derived from these moments (in ft-LT): Stbd heeling mmt= 4.000s.08 10.98 1. Trim is per 105.00s 96.99f 4..624 2.55Cos^2(heel) + 0.51 10.653 -11.285 7.16 7.876 133.276 138.50s 46.14 9.02f 4.57 (1) 12.971 129.45f 4.87 8.88 2.88 2.832 106.32 (1) 12.91 6.263 -13.340 81.50 4.16 11.20ft 4.00s 56.78 10.70f 4.63s 66.70f 4.345 LCF (ft) TPI (LT/inch) 75.53f 4.000a.612 124.00p 4.315 2-5-3-3-5 DAMAGE WIND HEELING ARMS Limit (1) Absolute Angle at Equilibrium (2) Absolute Area Ratio from Roll to RAzero or Flood (3) Area from Equilibrium to Flood (4) Righting Arm at MaxRA Min/Max <15.V (ft) 62.000 -12.27 10.05f 4.00 <= 90 deg Stbd heeling mmt= 0.90 (1) 0.00 (1) -0.85 -0.29 ft Actual 0.60 (1) -3. Trim: fwd 7.45/105.48 (1) 6.80 LCF Draft (ft) Displ (LT) LCB (ft) VCB (ft) 5.00s 86.43 0.45 50. VCG = 5.12 (1) 8.59 Pass Yes Yes Yes Yes .118 Hydrostatic Properties with Damage Draft is from Baseline.457a Water Specific Gravity = 1.23f 4.53 (1) 6.00s 3.65 2.207 163.81 0.00s 76.00p 0.00s 26.12 11.684 1.907 54.55 52.72f 4. 6.61 0.661 24.400 >5.429 107. heel: stbd 0.00s 36.948 158.068 Flood Pt Height (ft) 13.817 146.42 (1) 4. 19.000 ft-D >0.30 (1) 1.00 deg >1.63 8.55s 6.00 > 90 deg Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) PILOT HOUSE VENT L.53f 4.53 (1) -7.27f 3.01f 4.78 5.820 52.49 (1) 10.91 2.632 Residual Righting Arms vs Heel Angle with Damage Heel Angle (deg) Trim Angle (deg) 14.56 deg.

0s Righting Arm Heeling Arm R.119 Righting Arms vs.0 0.0 2. Area / 100 Equilibrium Flood Pt Heel angle (Degrees) 50.0 .0 A r m s i n f t 1.0 -1.0s 100.0s 3. Heel 0.

50 1.900u 14.500 ft fwd 7.59 0.160 ft GM(Solid) F/S Corr.000a 89.781 ft 2. GM(Fluid) KMT TPIn 8.00% Weight (LT) 1.038s 0.038s VCG (ft) 1.231a TCG (ft) 0.900a 57.900u 10.170a 20.046 ft 8.221 ft 14.20 67.120 MINIMUM OPERATING CONDITION Floating Status Draft FP Draft MS Draft AP Trim LCG 10.41 0.000 0.62 LCG (ft) 19.000 0.267 ft 0.594 Perm 0.985) Tank Name SEWAGE.500u 12.300a 102.69 Fixed Weight Status Item LIGHT SHIP 40MM AMMUNITION 50 CAL AMMUNITION CREW AND EFFECTS DECK CARGO STORES Total Fixed: Weight (LT) 86.600a 72.62 1.402 ft 2.000u 6.000 0.260u 1. Yes 0.402a 19.00% 90.000 VCG (ft) 6.318a ft Heel Equil Wind Wave VCG stbd 1.980 .18 LCG (ft) 68.02 89.83/105.24 deg.C Subtotals: Load (%) 90.700u 10.0 kn No 6.000 0.402a TCG (ft) 0.000 0.16 0.000a 68.065 ft 6.50 0.000 0.594 1.399u Tank Status SEWAGE (SpGr 0.

368s 0.20.025 1.509a 67.025 1.000 62.121 FRESH WATER (SpGr 1.000 0.41 -2.371 5.691 8.624a 28.457 4.47 LCG (ft) 49.000 PILOT HOUSE VENT PILOT HOUSE VENT Height (ft) 12.16 LCF Draft (ft) Displ (LT) LCB (ft) 5. 19.S Subtotals: 0. heel: stbd 1.870) Tank Name FUELDAY.980 All Tanks Totals: Displacer Status Item Status HULL.643 67.24% Weight (LT) 1.T.831s 1.332p 2.24 LCG (ft) 27. 6.409 93.221 .586s 1.272 LCF (ft) 75.C FRESHWATER.980 Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) (2) L.965a 66.00% Weight (LT) 0.272 Eff /Perm 1.78 LCG (ft) 75.177a TCB (ft) 0.206p VCG (ft) 1.387 Hydrostatic Properties with Damage Draft is from Baseline.387 12.636p VCG (ft) 0.P LUBEOIL.535p 0.025 Displ (LT) 235.08 -27.540a 48.392 Perm 0.091 GML (ft) GM(Fluid ) (ft) 378.02% Weight (LT) 0.947 1.83 LCG (ft) 66.431a 51.000s.41 -4. Trim: fwd 7.088a TCG (ft) 1.542 4.02% 10.000) Tank Name FRESHWATER.135s 1.887 Perm Load (%) Weight (LT) 4.S FUELDAY.V (ft) 62.617 0.950 0.177a Water Specific Gravity = 1.70 0.980 0.83 1.83/105.025 1.980 LUBE OIL (SpGr 0.913a 28. 19.527 Perm Load (%) 89.C BHD4.025 1.C BHD3.000a.20 93.P Subtotals: 0.931a TPI (LT/inch) 2.149a 75.157s 0.64 LCB (ft) 54.03% 50.98% 13.S SubTotals: Intact Flooded Flooded Flooded Flooded Flooded Spgr 1.332p VCG (ft) 1.49 -2.980 0.24 0.322p VCG (ft) 0.084s 0.428a TCG (ft) 1.24 deg.08 0..339 0. 6.S FUELOIL1.924) Tank Name DIRTYOIL.220a 27.950 0.686 MTI (LT-ft /inch) 28.980 0.000a.527 1.040a 67.000s.20ft VCB (ft) 4.033s VCB (ft) 4.317 1.948 0.220a TCG (ft) 0.92 -104. VCG = 6.980 FUEL OIL (SpGr 0.98% 10.636p 0.025 1.965a TCG (ft) 2.025.414 1.570a 74.P Subtotals: Load (%) 10.779s 2. Trim is per 105.617 Perm Load (%) 97.

00s 36.01f 4.00 <= 90 deg Stbd heeling mmt= 0.16s 46.59 7.70 2.681 53.000 Height (ft) 13.00s 16.630 138.178 2.24f 4.79f 4.20 3.85 1.94 (1) 2.00p 1.938 122.74 0.69s 76.80 2.24f 4.64 10.75f 4.89 1.29 (1) -4.63 0.29 ft Actual 1.00s 66.279 139.29 8.10f 5.10 Area (ft-Deg) 0.51 2.86 9.178 2. 6.51 Pass Yes Yes Yes Yes .342 123.97 -0.61 (1) 0.51 (1) 8.71 11.11f 5.400 >5.548 -13.22f 4.67 (1) -6.07 (1) 6.73 43.80 Margin 13.27 45.404 100.00s 38.93 (1) 7.53 7.028 150.00 (1) -2. 19.64s 96.79 2.000a.25f 4.00s 56.V (ft) 62.98f 5.26f 4.01 0.00 -0.44f Origin Depth (ft) Residual Arm (ft) 10.38 (1) 11.69 (1) 12.88 (1) Notes Roll Equil MaxRa FldPt RaZero Note: Residual Righting Arms shown above are in excess of the overturning arms derived from these moments (in ft-LT): Stbd heeling mmt= 4.705 Flood Pt Height (ft) 13.574 -15.96 10.95 3.58 (1) -6.49f 4.52 6.879 134.00s 66.227 20.55Cos^2(heel) + 0.00s 86.950 -1.00p 4.81f 4.00s 26.718 75.03 10.10f 5.76 9.772 150.30 0.00 > 90 deg Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) PILOT HOUSE VENT L.00 11.17 (1) 0.28 9.338 148.91 (1) 12.T.000s.63 (1) 4.84 (1) 10.000 -13.82 2.692 2-5-3-3-5 DAMAGE WIND HEELING ARMS Limit (1) Absolute Angle at Equilibrium (2) Absolute Area Ratio from Roll to RAzero or Flood (3) Area from Equilibrium to Flood (4) Righting Arm at MaxRA Min/Max <15.00s 4.74 -1.37 1.27s 6.00 deg >1.45f 4.823 47.67 1.122 Residual Righting Arms vs Heel Angle with Damage Heel Angle (deg) Trim Angle (deg) 14.000 ft-D >0.48 5.00s 94.

0s Righting Arm Heeling Arm R.0 A r m s i n f t 1.123 Righting Arms vs.0 -2.0s 3.0s 100.0 -1. Heel 0.0 0.0 2.0 . Area / 100 Equilibrium Flood Pt Heel angle (Degrees) 50.

025 1.317 1.980 .223 4.980 0.542 4.124 LIGHTSHIP CONDITION Floating Status Draft FP Draft MS Draft AP Trim LCG 10.S SubTotals: Status Intact Flooded Flooded Flooded Flooded Flooded Spgr 1.025 1.000 0.116s 0.000 0.76 -26.59 LCB (ft) 55.00 0.170a ft Heel Equil Wind Wave VCG stbd 1.000 0.000 0.078 Eff /Perm 1.642a 28.000 0.C BHD4.000 0.000 0.950 0.C BHD3.09 -2.180a 28.59 0.535 ft 6.950 0.193s 1.000 All Tanks Load (%) Weight (LT) LCG (ft) TCG (ft) VCG (ft) Perm Displacer Status Item HULL.118s VCB (ft) 4.S FUELDAY.025 1.00 0.000 ft 8.41 -2.000 0. GM(Fluid) KMT TPIn 8.783 ft 2.20 68.000 0.779s 2.000 6.260u 0.980 0.41/105.368s 0.025 Displ (LT) 219.260 ft GM(Solid) F/S Corr.170a TCG (ft) VCG (ft) 6.170a 0.018a TCB (ft) 0.548 ft 0.183 5.000 0.242 1.0 kn No 6.C FRESHWATER.436a 51.70 deg.00 0.484 ft 2.000 0.000 0.41 -4.59 LIGHT SHIP 40MM AMMUNITION 50 CAL AMMUNITION CREW AND EFFECTS DECK CARGO STORES Total Fixed: LCG (ft) 68.540a 48.025 1.000 0.433 ft fwd 7.000 0.20 86. Yes 0.S FUELOIL1.226s 0.000 0.000 68.06 -98.260u 0.509a 67.025 1.947 1.00 0.040a 68.00 86.548 ft 14.831s 1.64 Fixed Weight Status Item Weight (LT) 86.

84 2.000s.979 127.85 2.00f 4.73 1.814 -3.114 121.17 (1) 0. 6.85 0.52 2.20.28 3.59 (1) -6.20ft 4..55Cos^2(heel) + 0.27f 4.00s 86.00 -0.438 149.12f 4.94f Origin Depth (ft) Residual Arm (ft) 10.640 MTI (LT-ft /inch) 26.80 2.00f 4.29 7. heel: stbd 1.40f 4.51f 4.17s 76.078 LCF (ft) TPI (LT/inch) 76.00s 4.T.48f 4.12 (1) 10.98 (1) 5.V (ft) 62.530 45.361 73.000 Height (ft) 13.108 147.00 <= 90 deg Stbd heeling mmt= 0.22 Area (ft-Deg) 0.71s 46.43 6.166 Flood Pt Height (ft) 13.00p 1.19 (1) Note: Residual Righting Arms shown above are in excess of the overturning arms derived from these moments (in ft-LT): Stbd heeling mmt= 4.989 Notes Roll Equil MaxRa FldPt RaZero .548 Residual Righting Arms vs Heel Angle with Damage Heel Angle (deg) Trim Angle (deg) 14.018a Water Specific Gravity = 1.34f 4.000a.26 LCF Draft (ft) Displ (LT) LCB (ft) VCB (ft) 5.99 8.125 Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) (2) L.000 -14.647 53.77 (1) 0.000 62.76 2.00s 38.00s 36.450 18.45 10.05f 3.92 1.478 149.130 86.70 deg. 19.00s 16.00s 69.08 5.59f 4.07 9.953 100.42 6.02f 4. Trim is per 105.00p 4.52 (1) 6.00s 93.T.00s 66.000 PILOT HOUSE VENT PILOT HOUSE VENT Height (ft) 12.61 (1) 12.794 8.51 10.48 10.56f 4.56 0.17 10.01 0.58f 4.531 GML (ft) GM(Solid ) (ft) 386.V (ft) 62.709 -17.000s. VCG = 6.00s 56.82 (1) 9.10 -0.15s 96.43 1.00 > 90 deg Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) PILOT HOUSE VENT L.45 (1) 3.82 8.763 138.000a.52 -2.619 Hydrostatic Properties with Damage Draft is from Baseline.99 (1) 13.619 12. 19.30 (1) 7.00 (1) -1.03f 4.95 2.591 68.000s.97 2.163 -15.02f 4. 6. 19.66 (1) -4.62 1.000a.19 (1) 12.00 (1) -5.025.712a 2.29 0.76s 6.00s 26. 6.41/105.56 8. Trim: fwd 7.

Heel 0. Area / 100 Equilibrium Flood Pt Heel angle (Degrees) 50.000 ft-D >0.0 .0s Righting Arm Heeling Arm R.0 i n f t 1.29 ft Actual 1.126 2-5-3-3-5 DAMAGE WIND HEELING ARMS Limit (1) Absolute Angle at Equilibrium (2) Absolute Area Ratio from Roll to RAzero or Flood (3) Area from Equilibrium to Flood (4) Righting Arm at MaxRA Min/Max <15.56 Pass Yes Yes Yes Yes Righting Arms vs.400 >5.0 0.00 deg >1.0s 100.85 Margin 13.055 144.24 41.655 139.0 A r m s 2.0s 3.0 -1.926 2.76 43.0 -2.926 2.

59 0.861 ft 2.0 kn No 5.734 ft 7.900u 10.600a 72.000a 68.20 68.170a 20.900a 57.82 deg.50 0.260u 1.300a 102.41 0.50 1.116 ft 0.000 VCG (ft) 6.000 0.113 ft 10.127 CREW AND ENGINE ROOM DAMAGED FULL LOAD CONDITION Floating Status Draft FP Draft MS Draft AP Trim LCG 8.003 ft 5.39 LCG (ft) 68.07/105.000 0. Yes 0.500u 12.057 ft 5.205a TCG (ft) 0.407u .000u 6.16 0.10 Fixed Weight Status Item LIGHT SHIP 40MM AMMUNITION 50 CAL AMMUNITION CREW AND EFFECTS DECK CARGO STORES Total Fixed: Weight (LT) 86.700u 10.380 ft fwd 3.000a 89.622a ft Heel Equil Wind Wave VCG stbd 0.900u 14.000 0.748 ft GM(Solid) F/S Corr.000 0.23 89.000 0.000 0. GM(Fluid) KMT TPIn 5.

153a 75.884 2.108s 1.318 Perm Load (%) Weight (LT) 18.02% Weight (LT) 0.942a TCG (ft) 0.540a 28.000a.41 -2.35 2.P Subtotals: 0.000s.P FRESHWATER.980 0.89 -47.09 -105.591p VCG (ft) 2.523p 0.088s 0.C BHD4. 6.025 1.604s 4.01% 10.523p VCG (ft) 0.947 1.00% Weight (LT) 2.540a 28.S Subtotals: 0. 19.924) Tank Name DIRTYOIL.P FUELOIL3.18 LCG (ft) 19.982 VCB (ft) 4.S FUELOIL4.317 3.402 Eff /Perm 1.950 0.779s 2.884 3.00% 100.582a TCB (ft) 0.533a 48.17 LCB (ft) 64.801p VCG (ft) 1.872 1.01% Weight (LT) 0.040a 48.041p Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) (2) PILOT HOUSE VENT PILOT HOUSE VENT L.368s 1.000a.980 .509a 106.00% 100.980 0.18 0.C FUELOIL1.831p 1.000) Tank Name FRESHWATER.87 3.79 LCG (ft) 70.S SubTotals: Intact Flooded Flooded Flooded Flooded Flooded Spgr 1.153a TCG (ft) 0.000 62. 6.221 4.025 Displ (LT) 269.S LUBEOIL.666a 106.025 1.608 Perm 0.996 4.11 4.00% Weight (LT) 1.980 All Tanks Totals: Displacer Status Item Status HULL.128 Tank Status SEWAGE (SpGr 0.982 11.74 4.985) Tank Name SEWAGE.017s 0.35 4.604p 0.873 Perm Load (%) 10.C Subtotals: Load (%) 10.017s VCG (ft) 0.S FUELDAY.693a 81.20 -0.666a 85.947 Perm Load (%) 100.00% 100.831s 0.542 0.636s 0.11 13.091s 0.300a 52.318 0.540a TCG (ft) 1.T.000s.576a TCG (ft) 2.025 1.C BHD5.980 LUBE OIL (SpGr 0.00% 100.000 Height (ft) 11.980 0.947 1.860a 68.02% 10.82 LCG (ft) 67.55 -4.87 108.850 0. 19.542 1.00% 100.610a TCG (ft) 0.08 0.P Subtotals: 0.942a 19.08 LCG (ft) 75.779p 4.980 0.P FUELOIL2.509a 67.368p 1.317 1.980 FRESH WATER (SpGr 1.040a 75.980 0.00% 100.980 FUEL OIL (SpGr 0.395 3.980 0.000 VCG (ft) 1.025 1.870) Tank Name FUELDAY.025 1.561 0.000 0.561 Perm Load (%) 100.71 LCG (ft) 28.V (ft) 62.

67f 1.000s.00p 4.400 >5.938a 2.89 (1) 1.04 Area (ft-Deg) 0.75 LCF Draft (ft) Displ (LT) LCB (ft) VCB (ft) 6.12a 0.66 8.55Cos^2(heel) + 0.57 6.61a Origin Depth (ft) Residual Arm (ft) 8.00s 26.415 114.00s 16.00s 46.00 (1) -1.16 2.80s 6.00 > 90 deg Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) PILOT HOUSE VENT L.95 0.219 2-5-3-3-5 DAMAGE WIND HEELING ARMS Limit (1) Absolute Angle at Equilibrium (2) Absolute Area Ratio from Roll to RAzero or Flood (3) Area from Equilibrium to Flood (4) Righting Arm at MaxRA Min/Max <15..82 deg.34f 1.17f 0.00s 86. VCG = 5.80 38.12f 1.78 4.31f 0.20 37.36s 66.70 8.00s 1.626 18.23 0.56f 1.105 MTI (LT-ft /inch) 29.47f 0.29 ft Actual 0.00 deg >1.00s 96.17 2.827 0.00s 76.39 (1) 10.730 107.46 (1) 11.002 5.025.39a 0.11s 36.76 5.37 -0.00p 0.37 8. Trim is per 105.000 Height (ft) 13.122 80.003 -10.43 0.47 1.000a.88 Pass Yes Yes Yes Yes .V (ft) 62.56 1.403 Flood Pt Height (ft) 13.695 117.07f 0.T. 6.03 (1) 8.00 0. Trim: fwd 3.65f 1.92 6.58f 1.00 <= 90 deg Stbd heeling mmt= 0.98 (1) 11.65 (1) Notes Roll Equil MaxRa FldPt Note: Residual Righting Arms shown above are in excess of the overturning arms derived from these moments (in ft-LT): Stbd heeling mmt= 4.30 (1) -8.07 2.44 1.07/105.78f 0.32 (1) 6.26 7.129 Hydrostatic Properties with Damage Draft is from Baseline.174 68.50 0.38 (1) 0.987 61.036 -8.04 -1.00s 61.000 -9.00s 56.02 1.000 ft-D >0.65 (1) 6.448 35.459 98.20.44 2.402 LCF (ft) TPI (LT/inch) 68. 19.897 39.79 (1) -6.73 8.582a Water Specific Gravity = 1.113 Residual Righting Arms vs Heel Angle with Damage Heel Angle (deg) Trim Angle (deg) 14.74 1.64 2.17 Margin 14.22 (1) 12.83 4.917 95.18 3. heel: stbd 0.953 1.059 93.067 88.21 (1) -3.38 0.00s 34.953 2.66f 1.24 (1) 3.477 GML (ft) GM(Fluid ) (ft) 344.724 108.20ft 4.

Area / 100 Equilibrium Flood Pt Heel angle (Degrees) 50.0s Righting Arm Heeling Arm R.0 1.0 0.5 -1.0 A r m s i n f t .5 1.130 Righting Arms vs.5 0.0s 2.0s 100. Heel 0.0 -0.

131
MINIMUM OPERATING CONDITION
Floating Status
Draft FP

Draft MS
Draft AP
Trim
LCG

8.393 ft
6.524 ft
4.656 ft
fwd 3.42/105.20
67.217a ft

Heel
Equil
Wind
Wave
VCG

stbd 1.62 deg.
Yes
0.0 kn
No
6.151 ft

GM(Solid)
F/S Corr.
GM(Fluid)
KMT
TPIn

5.235 ft
0.059 ft
5.176 ft
11.381 ft
2.08

Fixed Weight Status
Item

LIGHT SHIP
40MM AMMUNITION
50 CAL AMMUNITION
CREW AND EFFECTS
DECK CARGO
STORES
Total Fixed:

Weight
(LT)
86.59
0.50
0.50
1.16
0.41
0.02
89.18

LCG
(ft)
68.170a
20.000a
89.600a
72.300a
102.900a
57.000a
68.231a

TCG
(ft)
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000
0.000

VCG
(ft)
6.260u
1.700u
10.900u
14.500u
12.900u
10.000u
6.399u

Tank Status
SEWAGE (SpGr 0.985)
Tank
Name

SEWAGE.C
Subtotals:

Load
(%)
90.00%
90.00%

Weight
(LT)
1.62
1.62

LCG
(ft)
19.491a
19.491a

TCG
(ft)
0.060s
0.060s

VCG
(ft)
1.592
1.592

Perm
0.980

132
FRESH WATER (SpGr 1.000)
Tank
Name

FRESHWATER.P
FRESHWATER.S
Subtotals:

Load
(%)
10.01%
10.01%
10.01%

Weight
(LT)
0.24
0.24
0.47

LCG
(ft)
27.927a
27.916a
27.921a

TCG
(ft)
0.624p
0.661s
0.018s

VCG
(ft)
0.592
0.592
0.592

Perm

Load
(%)
98.00%
13.24%

Weight
(LT)
1.83
1.83

LCG
(ft)
66.979a
66.979a

TCG
(ft)
2.318p
2.318p

VCG
(ft)
1.527
1.527

Perm

Load
(%)
89.99%
89.99%

Weight
(LT)
0.70
0.70

LCG
(ft)
75.681a
75.681a

TCG
(ft)
1.510p
1.510p

VCG
(ft)
0.946
0.946

Perm

Load
(%)

Weight
(LT)
4.63

LCG
(ft)
47.676a

TCG
(ft)
1.124p

VCG
(ft)
1.366

Perm

0.980
0.980

FUEL OIL (SpGr 0.870)
Tank
Name

FUELDAY.P
Subtotals:

0.980

LUBE OIL (SpGr 0.924)
Tank
Name

DIRTYOIL.P
Subtotals:

0.980

All Tanks
Totals:
Displacer Status
Item

Status

HULL.C
BHD4.C
BHD5.C
FUELOIL1.S
FUELDAY.S
LUBEOIL.S
SubTotals:

Intact
Flooded
Flooded
Flooded
Flooded
Flooded

Spgr
1.025
1.025
1.025
1.025
1.025
1.025

Displ
(LT)
238.11
-95.42
-41.41
-4.41
-2.20
-0.87
93.81

LCB
(ft)
63.488a
52.575a
81.484a
48.509a
67.040a
75.860a
67.151a

TCB
(ft)
0.197s
0.187s
0.240s
1.779s
2.368s
1.636s
0.050s

VCB
(ft)
3.941
4.122
3.553
1.317
1.542
0.996
4.135

Eff
/Perm
1.000
0.950
0.850
0.980
0.980
0.980

Unprotected Flood Points
Name

(1)
(2)

L,T,V (ft)
62.000a, 6.000s, 19.000
62.000a, 6.000s, 19.000

PILOT HOUSE VENT
PILOT HOUSE VENT

Height (ft)
12.441
12.441

Hydrostatic Properties with Damage
Draft is from Baseline.
Trim: fwd 3.42/105.20, heel: stbd 1.62 deg., VCG = 6.15
LCF
Draft
(ft)

Displ
(LT)

LCB
(ft)

6.130
93.807
67.151a
Water Specific Gravity = 1.025.
Trim is per 105.20ft

VCB
(ft)
4.135

LCF
(ft)
69.638a

TPI
(LT/inch)
2.078

MTI
(LT-ft
/inch)
28.836

GML
(ft)

GM(Fluid
)
(ft)
388.056
5.176

133
Residual Righting Arms vs Heel Angle with Damage
Heel Angle
(deg)

Trim Angle
(deg)

14.00p
4.00p
1.58s
6.00s
16.00s
26.00s
34.34s
36.00s
46.00s
56.00s
65.41s
66.00s
76.00s
86.00s
91.23s
96.00s

1.77f
1.85f
1.86f
1.84f
1.75f
1.68f
1.56f
1.53f
1.35f
1.13f
0.91f
0.90f
0.65f
0.39f
0.27f
0.16f

Origin Depth
(ft)

Residual Arm
(ft)

8.05
8.36
8.38
8.33
7.95
7.29
6.62
6.47
5.54
4.49
3.44
3.37
2.19
0.99
0.37
-0.22

-1.46
-0.51
0.00
0.40
1.37
2.09
2.22
2.22
2.05
1.72
1.32
1.29
0.80
0.28
0.01
-0.26

Area
(ft-Deg)
0.000
-9.819
-11.230
-10.353
-1.538
15.991
34.278
37.949
59.510
78.482
92.832
93.606
104.100
109.538
110.320
109.748

Flood Pt
Height
(ft)
13.74 (1)
13.01 (1)
12.45 (1)
11.93 (1)
10.55 (1)
8.96 (1)
7.37 (1)
7.02 (1)
4.80 (1)
2.38 (1)
0.00 (1)
-0.15 (1)
-2.71 (1)
-5.22 (1)
-6.49 (1)
-7.56 (1)

Notes
Roll
Equil

MaxRa

FldPt

RaZero

Note:
Residual Righting Arms shown above are in excess of the
overturning arms derived from these moments (in ft-LT):
Stbd heeling mmt= 4.55Cos^2(heel) + 0.00 <= 90 deg
Stbd heeling mmt= 0.00 > 90 deg
Unprotected Flood Points
Name

(1)

PILOT HOUSE VENT

L,T,V (ft)
62.000a, 6.000s, 19.000

Height (ft)
13.745

2-5-3-3-5 DAMAGE WIND HEELING ARMS
Limit

(1) Absolute Angle at Equilibrium
(2) Absolute Area Ratio from Roll to RAzero or Flood
(3) Area from Equilibrium to Flood
(4) Righting Arm at MaxRA

Min/Max
<15.00 deg
>1.400
>5.000 ft-D
>0.29 ft

Actual
1.58
34.425
104.062
2.22

Margin
13.42
33.025
99.062
1.93

Pass
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes

5 1.0 -1.5 0. Area / 100 Equilibrium Flood Pt Heel angle (Degrees) 50.0s 2.0 1.134 Righting Arms vs.5 -1.5 A r m s i n f t .0s 100.0 -0. Heel 0.0s Righting Arm Heeling Arm R.0 0.

509a 67. GM(Fluid) KMT TPIn 5.860a 68.0 kn No 6.00 0.170a TCG (ft) VCG (ft) 6.317 1.83 -4.S FUELDAY.779s 2.000 0.980 0.00 0.764 3.41 -2.000 0.980 .C FUELOIL1.260 ft GM(Solid) F/S Corr.147s VCB (ft) 3.000 0.619a 81.406 ft 11.00 0.61 -38.899 ft 6.000 0.C BHD5.11/105.000 ft 5.996 3.20 -0.196 ft 4.87 86.S SubTotals: Status Intact Flooded Flooded Flooded Flooded Flooded Spgr 1.025 1.00 86.406 ft 0.025 1.368s 1.025 Displ (LT) 221.636s 0.05 Fixed Weight Status Item Weight (LT) 86.493 ft fwd 3.025 1.260u 0.950 0.025 1.000 0.301s 0.S LUBEOIL.000 0.00 0.495a 48.887a 52.000 0.000 0.980 0.040a 75.C BHD4.000 68.000 0.367s 1.170a 0.025 1.260u 0.000 0.000 0.135 LIGHTSHIP CONDITION Floating Status Draft FP Draft MS Draft AP Trim LCG 7.000 0.000 0.660 ft 2.000 0.20 68.948 Eff /Perm 1.285s 0.420 1.170a ft Heel Equil Wind Wave VCG stbd 2.59 LIGHT SHIP 40MM AMMUNITION 50 CAL AMMUNITION CREW AND EFFECTS DECK CARGO STORES Total Fixed: LCG (ft) 68.939 3.50 -88.000 6.000 All Tanks Load (%) Weight (LT) LCG (ft) TCG (ft) VCG (ft) Perm Displacer Status Item HULL.34 deg.59 0. Yes 0.59 LCB (ft) 63.000 0.103a TCB (ft) 0.850 0.542 0.

19.00 deg Actual 2.879 Flood Pt Height (ft) 14.57f 1.00s 26.76 1.84 7.34 deg.00s 36.000 Height (ft) 14.11/105. Trim: fwd 3. Trim is per 105. 6.412 108.V (ft) 62.000 62.464 94.25 2.60 0. 19.85 6.68 (1) -6. 19.590 68.00 (1) -2.699 -12.38 1.103a Water Specific Gravity = 1.05 (1) 13.69f 1.000 PILOT HOUSE VENT PILOT HOUSE VENT Height (ft) 12.00p 2.680 13.70 1.83f 0.01 -0.29 (1) 7.00s 66.22 5.050 2-5-3-3-5 DAMAGE WIND HEELING ARMS Limit (1) Absolute Angle at Equilibrium Min/Max <15.08f 0.57 -0.676 Hydrostatic Properties with Damage Draft is from Baseline.025.61f 1.000a.70 Pass Yes .00 0.31f 0. 6.00s 67.00s 90.33 2.68f 1.84 (1) 0.647 77.08 2.25 0.26 0.000a.73 (1) -5.24 (1) 10.23 (1) 2.40f 0.817 86.T.672 57.35 1.00s 46.575 35.03 3.31 1.79 -1.128 103.68 0.000s.80 0.049 MTI (LT-ft /inch) 28.20ft 3.V (ft) 62..00s 16.17f Area (ft-Deg) 0.000a.48f 1. 6.136 Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) (2) L.061 -3.01 -0.08s 96.63f 0.86f 0.00p 4.09 1.85 2.000s.59 7.310a 2.00 <= 90 deg Stbd heeling mmt= 0.22 (1) -4.406 Residual Righting Arms vs Heel Angle with Damage Heel Angle (deg) Trim Angle (deg) 14.55Cos^2(heel) + 0.50 -0.20.89 7.676 12.70f 1.948 LCF (ft) TPI (LT/inch) 70.62f 1.00s Origin Depth (ft) Residual Arm (ft) 7.036 92.000s.069 GML (ft) GM(Solid ) (ft) 409.33 (1) 0.00 > 90 deg Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) PILOT HOUSE VENT L.98 2.00s 86.49 6.30s 76.28f 1. heel: stbd 2.87 7.85 (1) 9.227 5.070 108.00s 56.T.26 LCF Draft (ft) Displ (LT) LCB (ft) VCB (ft) 5. VCG = 6.30s 6.822 -12.000 -10.98 (1) Notes Roll Equil FldPt RaZero Note: Residual Righting Arms shown above are in excess of the overturning arms derived from these moments (in ft-LT): Stbd heeling mmt= 4.32 (1) 12.30 Margin 12.41 (1) 5.68 (1) 12.969 107.

0s 100.000 ft-D >0.0s 2.827 2.400 >5.0 f t 0.827 1.29 ft 31.498 101.0 A r m s 1.25 30. Area / 100 Equilibrium Flood Pt Heel angle (Degrees) 50.137 (2) Absolute Area Ratio from Roll to RAzero or Flood (3) Area from Equilibrium to Flood (4) Righting Arm at MaxRA >1.0 -0.5 i n 1.5 .5 0.0s Righting Arm Heeling Arm R.5 -1. Heel 0.96 Yes Yes Yes Righting Arms vs.898 106.0 -1.

600a 72.000 0.700u 10.000a 89.009 ft 11.900u 10.300a 102.205a TCG (ft) 0.000 0.23 89.500u 12.542 ft 2.000a 68.20 67.000 0.39 LCG (ft) 68.533 ft GM(Solid) F/S Corr.000 0.260u 1.0 kn No 5.59 0.000 VCG (ft) 6.000 0. Yes 0.170a 20.937a ft Heel Equil Wind Wave VCG stbd 0.943 ft 6.250 ft 4.16 0.10/105.000u 6.50 0.138 ENGINE AND GENERATOR ROOMS DAMAGED FULL LOAD CONDITION Floating Status Draft FP Draft MS Draft AP Trim LCG 3.012 ft 0.003 ft 6.900a 57.636 ft aft 3.41 0. GM(Fluid) KMT TPIn 6.407u .51 deg.50 1.86 Fixed Weight Status Item LIGHT SHIP 40MM AMMUNITION 50 CAL AMMUNITION CREW AND EFFECTS DECK CARGO STORES Total Fixed: Weight (LT) 86.000 0.900u 14.

74 3.543a TCG (ft) 0.040a 48.000 62.318 0.073s 0. 19.996 3.00% Weight (LT) 1.506 3.87 1.S SubTotals: Intact Flooded Flooded Flooded Spgr 1.P Subtotals: 0.P FRESHWATER.980 All Tanks Totals: Displacer Status Item Status HULL.509a 48.958a TCG (ft) 0.08 LCG (ft) 76.987a 98.318 Perm Load (%) Weight (LT) 24.163a 81.18 LCG (ft) 20.000s.441a 75.35 4.000a.850 0.549 Perm Load (%) 100.530p 0.831p 1.530p VCG (ft) 0.980 .013s 0.985) Tank Name SEWAGE.02% Weight (LT) 0.660a TCG (ft) 2.542 1.317 3.061s Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) (2) PILOT HOUSE VENT PILOT HOUSE VENT L.947 Perm Load (%) 100.000s.850 0.884 2.18 0.980 FUEL OIL (SpGr 0.71 LCG (ft) 28.C LUBEOIL.865 VCB (ft) 3.779p 4.139 Tank Status SEWAGE (SpGr 0.00% 100.723 0.02% 10.980 0.025 1.884 3.980 0.068s 1.002p VCG (ft) 2.666a 20.446 Perm Load (%) 10.43 LCG (ft) 67.58 -31.317 1.36 -40.P FUELDAY.368s 1.00% 100.000a.636s 0.000 VCG (ft) 1.604p 0.S FUELOIL2.025 Displ (LT) 186.540a 28.00% 100.00% 100.865 13.83 LCB (ft) 76.540a 28.35 2.87 113.947 1.980 LUBE OIL (SpGr 0. 19.013s VCG (ft) 0.666a 76.87 3.00% 100.549 0.980 0.74 4.P Subtotals: 0.00% 100.947 1.283 Eff /Perm 1.025 1.831s 0.368p 2.604s 4.666a TCG (ft) 0.870) Tank Name FUELDAY. 6.980 0.542 1.T.C Subtotals: Load (%) 10.025 1.980 FRESH WATER (SpGr 1.394 3.S Subtotals: 0.543a 76.02% Weight (LT) 0.02% 10.329 Perm 0.924) Tank Name DIRTYOIL.666a 106.980 0.509a 106.S FUELOIL1.08 0.540a TCG (ft) 1.V (ft) 62.C BHD5.000 0.980 0.076s 0.040a 67.004a TCB (ft) 0.000 VCG (ft) 1. 6.40 LCG (ft) 66.000) Tank Name FRESHWATER.09 -0.C BHD6.00% Weight (LT) 2.11 4.P FUELOIL3.000 Height (ft) 13.779s 1.00% 100.00% 100.860a 68.11 19.S FUELOIL4.

00s 40.283 LCF (ft) TPI (LT/inch) 59.27 (1) 6.00s 95. VCG = 5.614a 2.000 Height (ft) 15.000a.77a 2.12 -7.23 3. heel: stbd 0.28 -3.826 68.004a Water Specific Gravity = 1.10/105.005 113.763 -9.10 (1) -6.428 115.700 -10.53 2.91a 5.299 GML (ft) GM(Fluid ) (ft) 225. Trim is per 105.000 -9.00s 56. Trim: aft 3.84 -3.000 ft-D >0.87 1.09a 2.99 0.58 1.20a Origin Depth (ft) Residual Arm (ft) 2.36 (1) -3.454 131.18 (1) 8.54 2.140 Hydrostatic Properties with Damage Draft is from Baseline.20.00s 16.57 Margin 14.47 0.69a 1.50s 6.31 (1) 13.67 0.00s 66.23 -0.689 144.556 56.009 Residual Righting Arms vs Heel Angle with Damage Heel Angle (deg) Trim Angle (deg) 14.15 (1) Notes Roll Equil MaxRa FldPt RaZero Note: Residual Righting Arms shown above are in excess of the overturning arms derived from these moments (in ft-LT): Stbd heeling mmt= 4.68 (1) 1.00 (1) -1.125 6.025.74a 1.218 2.55Cos^2(heel) + 0.362 144.17 (1) 0.85 1.83 0.00 deg >1.62s 76.28 Pass Yes Yes Yes Yes .69a 1.00 -0.54a 2.47 -1.143 94.371 123.96 3.21 2.02a 3.00p 0.57 2.687 Flood Pt Height (ft) 15.53 LCF Draft (ft) Displ (LT) LCB (ft) VCB (ft) 5.36 -7.00s 70.31 0.00s 86.52a 4.T.54 2.83 (1) -6.00p 4.20 2.26 (1) 7.50a 4.479 70.29 1.000s.00s 1.218 2.182 1.76a 3.248 134..037 2-5-3-3-5 DAMAGE WIND HEELING ARMS Limit (1) Absolute Angle at Equilibrium (2) Absolute Area Ratio from Roll to RAzero or Flood (3) Area from Equilibrium to Flood (4) Righting Arm at MaxRA Min/Max <15.492 44.04 (1) 14.25 3.00s 36.73 -6.83 (1) 10.66s 46.87 (1) 13.00 <= 90 deg Stbd heeling mmt= 0.95 -4.20ft 3.77s 96. 6.07 (1) 3.29 ft Actual 0.848 129.02 Area (ft-Deg) 0. 19.369 141.486 20.47 -0.00 0.400 >5.23 (1) 11.69a 1.51 deg.02a 4.20a 5.25a 4.857 MTI (LT-ft /inch) 20.50 54.00s 26.62 1.39 -1.V (ft) 62.50 52.00 > 90 deg Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) PILOT HOUSE VENT L.

0s Righting Arm Heeling Arm R. Area / 100 Equilibrium Flood Pt Heel angle (Degrees) 50.141 Righting Arms vs.5 0.5 . Heel 0.0 -0.0 -1.0s 2.0 i n 1.0s 100.5 f t 1.5 A r m s 2.0 0.5 -1.

01% Weight (LT) 1.01% 90.399u Tank Status SEWAGE (SpGr 0.170a 20.081 ft 6.429 ft 5.16 0.47 deg.59 0. GM(Fluid) KMT TPIn 6.18 LCG (ft) 68.900a 57.777a TCG (ft) 0.062 ft GM(Solid) F/S Corr.425 ft 2.000 VCG (ft) 6.980 .500u 12.000a 89.000 0.000 0.20 67.584 Perm 0.019s VCG (ft) 1.000 0.231a TCG (ft) 0.900u 14.142 MINIMUM OPERATING CONDITION Floating Status Draft FP Draft MS Draft AP Trim LCG 3.220 ft 4.02 89.284 ft 12.638 ft aft 2.985) Tank Name SEWAGE.365 ft 0.21/105.000 0.300a 102.41 0.000 0.600a 72.000u 6.260u 1.230a ft Heel Equil Wind Wave VCG stbd 0.62 LCG (ft) 19.50 0. Yes 0.50 1.0 kn No 6.900u 10.000a 68.81 Fixed Weight Status Item LIGHT SHIP 40MM AMMUNITION 50 CAL AMMUNITION CREW AND EFFECTS DECK CARGO STORES Total Fixed: Weight (LT) 86.700u 10.777a 19.62 1.584 1.019s 0.000 0.C Subtotals: Load (%) 90.

46 LCG (ft) 53. Trim is per 105.84% Weight (LT) 1.01% 10. heel: stbd 0. 6.424 Hydrostatic Properties with Damage Draft is from Baseline.481 95.025 1.83 3.121 3.44 -25.585 Perm Load (%) 98.06 LCF Draft (ft) Displ (LT) LCB (ft) 4.T.000) Tank Name FRESHWATER..36 -0.158p VCG (ft) 1.008s VCG (ft) 1.850 0.527 1.409 Perm 0.897a 28.948 Eff /Perm 1.000s.05% 90.924) Tank Name DIRTYOIL.100a TCG (ft) 2.03% 18.980 0.636s 0.P FUELDAY.355s 0.084s 0.025 1.V (ft) 62.000 0.649p 0.C LUBEOIL.S Subtotals: Load (%) 10.338p 2.143 FRESH WATER (SpGr 1.945 0.C BHD5.980 FUEL OIL (SpGr 0.284 .964a 98.540p VCG (ft) 0.996 2.980 All Tanks Totals: Displacer Status Item Status HULL.70 LCG (ft) 76.424 14.585 0.70 0.271 0.66 LCG (ft) 67. 19.83 1.980 Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) (2) L.24 0.101a 67.891a TCG (ft) 0.87 95.21/105. Trim: aft 2.65 LCB (ft) 75.05% Weight (LT) 0.955a TPI (LT/inch) 2.479 6.527 1.811 MTI (LT-ft /inch) 19.295a Water Specific Gravity = 1.20.47 deg.100a 67.000s.P Subtotals: 0.660s 0.850 0. 19.585 0.C BHD6.S Subtotals: 0.01% 10.P FRESHWATER.585a 81.870) Tank Name FUELDAY.015a TCG (ft) 1.945 Perm Load (%) Weight (LT) 6.000a.062s VCB (ft) 3.015a 76.527 Perm Load (%) 90.025 Displ (LT) 155. VCG = 6.075s 1.649 67.47 LCG (ft) 28.948 LCF (ft) 59.025.000 PILOT HOUSE VENT PILOT HOUSE VENT Height (ft) 14.S SubTotals: Intact Flooded Flooded Flooded Spgr 1.980 0.078s 0.24 0.027 3.887 GML (ft) GM(Fluid ) (ft) 262.860a 67.400a TCG (ft) 0.540p 1.000a.295a TCB (ft) 0.980 LUBE OIL (SpGr 0.01% Weight (LT) 0.006s VCG (ft) 0.885a 28.31 -33.04% 98. 6.000 62.025 1.433a 75.20ft VCB (ft) 2.

907 -9.83 -6.27a 2.95 (1) Notes Roll Equil MaxRa FldPt RaZero Note: Residual Righting Arms shown above are in excess of the overturning arms derived from these moments (in ft-LT): Stbd heeling mmt= 4.004 127.358 56.000a.246 1.55 2.667 20.16 2.42 (1) 13.950 134.T.61 (1) 14.00p 4.22 (1) -2.53 45.75 1.00 <= 90 deg Stbd heeling mmt= 0.31 0.24 (1) 0.48 -0.00s 86.00s 56.27 -4.00 0.21a 1.56 2.47 -0.86a Origin Depth (ft) Residual Arm (ft) 2.62a 1.42 (1) 10.84 (1) 9.337 135.78 (1) 12.16 -1.848 114.85s 46.00s 40.00s 89.12s 76.70a 3.92 -4.00s 75.48 -2.29a 1.840 138.10a 3.24 1.724 69.823 93.00 -0.00p 0.00 (1) -0.90s 96.40 -5.805 -10.47 46.00s 66.56 Margin 14.16 -1. 19.V (ft) 62.56 (1) -4.53a 3.27 Pass Yes Yes Yes Yes .04 (1) 8.67a 3. 6.215 2.574 44.79 2.144 Residual Righting Arms vs Heel Angle with Damage Heel Angle (deg) Trim Angle (deg) 14.00 > 90 deg Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) PILOT HOUSE VENT L.41a 1.19 3.29 ft Actual 0.22 3.67 (1) 2.14 1.92a 2.49 Area (ft-Deg) 0.00s 26.52 2.52 2.00 deg >1.18 2.458 Flood Pt Height (ft) 15.440 133.00s 16.215 2.05 0.49 0.64 (1) -3.37 -7.00s 36.00s 1.89 3.13a 3.28a 1.000 Height (ft) 15.000s.400 >5.308 128.06 (1) 6.86 (1) 14.97 (1) 4.55Cos^2(heel) + 0.76a 1.08 0.608 2-5-3-3-5 DAMAGE WIND HEELING ARMS Limit (1) Absolute Angle at Equilibrium (2) Absolute Area Ratio from Roll to RAzero or Flood (3) Area from Equilibrium to Flood (4) Righting Arm at MaxRA Min/Max <15.08 1.22a 1.60 1.000 -9.288 135.47s 6.000 ft-D >0.20a 1.

0s 2.5 f t 1.5 A r m s 2. Area / 100 Equilibrium Flood Pt Heel angle (Degrees) 50. Heel 0.5 0.0 -0.5 .0 0.0 -1.0 i n 1.0s 100.5 -1.0s Righting Arm Heeling Arm R.145 Righting Arms vs.

000 0.025 Displ (LT) 142. GM(Fluid) KMT TPIn 6.S SubTotals: Intact Flooded Flooded Flooded Spgr 1.089s VCB (ft) 2.512 6.00 0.74 -0.C BHD5.170a TCG (ft) VCG (ft) 6.C LUBEOIL.850 0.260u 0.513 GML (ft) GM(Solid ) (ft) 284.20ft VCB (ft) 2.000 0.330a 81.000 0.T.000 0.000 0.101s 1. Yes 0.850 0.000 0.860a 68.680 Draft is from Baseline.000s.20.000 0.170a ft Heel Equil Wind Wave VCG stbd 0.29/105.00 0.000 68.87 86.V (ft) 62.143 0. heel: stbd 0.26 LCF Draft (ft) Displ (LT) LCB (ft) 4.000 0.223 86.20 68.00 0.59 deg.000 (1) PILOT HOUSE VENT (2) PILOT HOUSE VENT Hydrostatic Properties with Damage Height (ft) 14.000 0.025 1.000 0.247a TCB (ft) 0.247a Water Specific Gravity = 1. 19..000 0.C BHD6.76 Fixed Weight Status Item Weight (LT) 86.025.000 0.760 MTI (LT-ft /inch) 19.260u 0.443a 75.00 0. VCG = 6.025 1.890 2.000s.025 1.674 ft 12.260 ft GM(Solid) F/S Corr. 6.156 ft 5.983 3.000 0.674 ft 0. 19.000a.000 0.59 0.170a 0.996 2.000 6. Trim: aft 2.994a 98.115s 0.000 62.806 LCF (ft) 60.603a Residual Righting Arms vs Heel Angle with Damage TPI (LT/inch) 2. 6.680 14.58 LCB (ft) 76.11 -30.000a.92 -23.636s 0.146 LIGHTSHIP CONDITION Floating Status Draft FP Draft MS Draft AP Trim LCG 2.000 0.000 All Tanks Load (%) Weight (LT) LCG (ft) TCG (ft) VCG (ft) Perm Displacer Status Item Status HULL.581 68.904 ft 4.00 86.106s 0.932 ft 2. Trim is per 105.000 ft 6.980 Unprotected Flood Points Name L.674 .806 Eff /Perm 1.408 ft aft 2.59 deg.0 kn No 6.29/105.59 LIGHT SHIP 40MM AMMUNITION 50 CAL AMMUNITION CREW AND EFFECTS DECK CARGO STORES Total Fixed: LCG (ft) 68.

00s 1.51 2.55 2.05a 3.305 134.10 (1) 2.342 127.000a.56 Margin 14.05 (1) 12.17 2.70 (1) 11.192 132.005 128.25a 1.00p 4.57a 1.16a 2.67 -1.893 2-5-3-3-5 DAMAGE WIND HEELING ARMS Limit (1) Absolute Angle at Equilibrium (2) Absolute Area Ratio from Roll to RAzero or Flood (3) Area from Equilibrium to Flood (4) Righting Arm at MaxRA Min/Max <15.17 0.14 (1) 9.12 -0.34a 1.29 ft Actual 0.87 2.000 -10.89 (1) 15.236 -11.00 > 90 deg Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) PILOT HOUSE VENT L.00 0.00 (1) -2.52 -0.02 -6.04s 96.71 0.25 1.381 Flood Pt Height (ft) 15.68 (1) 14.54s 46.79 -3.28 -4.57 (1) -4.82a Origin Depth (ft) Residual Arm (ft) 2.817 69.188 93.63s 6.V (ft) 62.72 (1) 0.54a 3.90 2.00 -0.39 (1) Notes Roll Equil MaxRa FldPt RaZero Note: Residual Righting Arms shown above are in excess of the overturning arms derived from these moments (in ft-LT): Stbd heeling mmt= 4.37 41.26s 86.00s 77.10a 3.667 2.00s 76.82a 2.00 <= 90 deg Stbd heeling mmt= 0.09 (1) -2.53 2.44 1.147 Heel Angle (deg) Trim Angle (deg) 14.28 (1) 7.260 20.35 (1) 5.00s 88.31 -6.059 130.T.00s 26.883 133.60a 3.000 Height (ft) 15.54 2.70a 1.46a 3. 19.000 ft-D >0.42a 1.82 -5.99 0.63 42.802 1.84 2.37 (1) 8.89 0.110 43.475 -9. 6.717 57.53 0.705 139.27 Pass Yes Yes Yes Yes .00s 16.321 113.00p 0.00s 66.56 2.62 1.30 (1) 0.00s 56.60 -7.00s 41.76 0.13 (1) 14.00s 36.77 0.44 -1.00 deg >1.68 Area (ft-Deg) 0.667 2.400 >5.27a 1.26a 1.000s.35a 1.55Cos^2(heel) + 0.

5 0. Heel 0.0s 2. Area / 100 Equilibrium Flood Pt Heel angle (Degrees) 50.0s Righting Arm Heeling Arm R.0 -1.0s 100.5 .148 Righting Arms vs.0 -0.5 A r m s 2.0 0.0 i n 1.5 -1.5 f t 1.

562 ft GM(Solid) F/S Corr.000 0. Yes 0.215 ft 12.149 GENERATOR ROOM AND STEERING DAMAGED FULL LOAD CONDITION Floating Status Draft FP Draft MS Draft AP Trim LCG 1.170a 20.50 0. GM(Fluid) KMT TPIn 7.300a 102.65/105.0 kn No 5.000 VCG (ft) 6.407u .41 0.000a 68.20 66.59 0.23 89.50 1.700u 10.900u 14.000 0.003 ft 7.500u 12.000 0.918 ft 4.000u 6.461 ft 7.205a TCG (ft) 0.900a 57.66 deg.600a 72.260u 1.004 ft aft 4.000 0.39 LCG (ft) 68.000 0.773 ft 3.000 0.554a ft Heel Equil Wind Wave VCG stbd 0.900u 10.18 Fixed Weight Status Item LIGHT SHIP 40MM AMMUNITION 50 CAL AMMUNITION CREW AND EFFECTS DECK CARGO STORES Total Fixed: Weight (LT) 86.218 ft 0.16 0.000a 89.

664a TCB (ft) 0.980 FUEL OIL (SpGr 0.666a 68.00% 100.980 0.84 110.951a TCG (ft) 0.S FUELOIL2.438s VCG (ft) 0. 6.000s.71 LCG (ft) 28.349 3.859a 75.788 3.549a TCG (ft) 0.87 3.087s 0.025 1.07 LCG (ft) 59.18 LCG (ft) 20.000a.32 LCG (ft) 67.01% Weight (LT) 0.317 1.234p VCG (ft) 1.540a 28.060 Perm Load (%) 10.18 0.00% Weight (LT) 1.810a 20.025 1.S SubTotals: Intact Flooded Flooded Flooded Spgr 1.098s 0.831s 0.74 4.00% 100.000a.071 Eff /Perm 1.017s 0.608a 106.368s 1.025 1.509a 48.947 1.980 0.072s 4.551 0.980 0.666a 66.485a 109.02% Weight (LT) 0.08 0.S Subtotals: 0.980 0.850 0.509a 106.000 0.P FUELOIL4.000 VCG (ft) 1.S FUELOIL1.P FRESHWATER.996 0.870) Tank Name FUELDAY.00% 55.884 2.947 Perm Load (%) 100.850 0.317 3.323 0.00% 100.779p 4.839p VCG (ft) 1.T.636s 1.980 FRESH WATER (SpGr 1.980 LUBE OIL (SpGr 0.537p 1.87 1.616a TCG (ft) 2.91 -24.000) Tank Name FRESHWATER.46 LCB (ft) 79.884 3.757a 98.02% 10.939 3.090p Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) (2) PILOT HOUSE VENT PILOT HOUSE VENT L.28 -31.860a 75.C FUELOIL3.07 -4.P Subtotals: 0.542 1.86 LCG (ft) 76.V (ft) 62.540a TCG (ft) 1.00% 100.000s.040a 48. 19.35 4.C Subtotals: Load (%) 10.00% 100.831p 1.00% 100.256 VCB (ft) 3.P FUELDAY.980 .025 Displ (LT) 171.551 Perm Load (%) 100.017s VCG (ft) 0.C BHD6.779s 1.976 Perm 0.985) Tank Name SEWAGE.540a 28.604p 1.810a TCG (ft) 0.000 62.604s 0.256 14.C BHD7.934 Perm Load (%) Weight (LT) 21. 6.11 15. 19.368p 2.542 1.040a 67.74 3.S Subtotals: 0.00% 100.000 Height (ft) 14.980 0.980 0.P LUBEOIL.02% 100.924) Tank Name DIRTYOIL.947 1.78 0.150 Tank Status SEWAGE (SpGr 0.980 All Tanks Totals: Displacer Status Item Status HULL.00% Weight (LT) 2.35 2.

VCG = 5.66 deg.215 Residual Righting Arms vs Heel Angle with Damage Heel Angle (deg) Trim Angle (deg) 14. Trim is per 105.418 152.04 3.21 -6.92 1.771 136.75 (1) 4.695 24.45 (1) -2.64 (1) 12.04 Margin 14.00s 36.55Cos^2(heel) + 0.96 -1.461 66.608 Flood Pt Height (ft) 15.031 111.53a 2.00p 4.00 <= 90 deg Stbd heeling mmt= 0.00s 56.00s 74.T.88 (1) -5.234 155.00 -0.02 Area (ft-Deg) 0.025.25a 3.152 166.000 ft-D >0.00s 66.87a 6.55a 2.00s 95.32a 5.238a 3.688 83.495 2-5-3-3-5 DAMAGE WIND HEELING ARMS Limit (1) Absolute Angle at Equilibrium (2) Absolute Area Ratio from Roll to RAzero or Flood (3) Area from Equilibrium to Flood (4) Righting Arm at MaxRA Min/Max <15.72 1.000a.00s 2.51 -8. 6.858 3.48a 4.20a 5.73 -0.17s 76.17 -4.28a 6.45 0.75 Pass Yes Yes Yes Yes . 19.00 2.65 -3.34 -0.06a 3.46a 2.981 159.858 2.627 110. Trim: aft 4.26 (1) 13.69 (1) 8.664a Water Specific Gravity = 1.93s 46.85 (1) 6.01 0.00s 26.67 1.000 -11.00 deg >1.69 -0.073 7.53 0. heel: stbd 0.10 -9.00p 0.290 -12.63 3.85 (1) 7.000 Height (ft) 15.83 -6.78 0.624 -10.071 LCF (ft) TPI (LT/inch) 61.82 2.68a 5.59 64.20.00 (1) -0.00s 16.65/105.59s 6.56 LCF Draft (ft) Displ (LT) LCB (ft) VCB (ft) 4.29 ft Actual 0.00s 40.00s 86.400 >5.356 GML (ft) GM(Fluid ) (ft) 164.20ft 3.45 (1) 2.27 (1) 10.753 67.00 3.847 1.66 1.66a 2.15 (1) -5.778 170.79a 3.29a Origin Depth (ft) Residual Arm (ft) 1.04a 4.50 (1) 14.47 -9.57 -0.000s.41 62.181 MTI (LT-ft /inch) 14.85 1.70 2.20 (1) Notes Roll Equil MaxRa FldPt RaZero Note: Residual Righting Arms shown above are in excess of the overturning arms derived from these moments (in ft-LT): Stbd heeling mmt= 4.V (ft) 62.00 > 90 deg Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) PILOT HOUSE VENT L.381 164.50 -1.610 170.92 1.76s 96.222 52.151 Hydrostatic Properties with Damage Draft is from Baseline.19 1.02 (1) 0.72 (1) 14..50a 2.

0 0.0s 100.0s 3.0 A r m s i n f t 1.0s Righting Arm Heeling Arm R.152 Righting Arms vs. Heel 0. Area / 100 Equilibrium Flood Pt Heel angle (Degrees) 50.0 .0 2.0 -1.

000 0.045 ft 7. GM(Fluid) KMT TPIn 7.980 .41 0.399u Tank Status SEWAGE (SpGr 0.02 89.000 0.03 Fixed Weight Status Item LIGHT SHIP 40MM AMMUNITION 50 CAL AMMUNITION CREW AND EFFECTS DECK CARGO STORES Total Fixed: Weight (LT) 86.553 ft 4.500u 12.232 ft 13.868a TCG (ft) 0.50 1.985) Tank Name SEWAGE.058 ft GM(Solid) F/S Corr.324 ft 3.62 1.000 0.579 ft aft 4.231a TCG (ft) 0.600a 72.00% 90.900a 57.18 LCG (ft) 68.057s 0.000 0.700u 10.0 kn No 6.00% Weight (LT) 1.50 0.300a 102.000a 89.C Subtotals: Load (%) 90.20 67. Yes 0.59 0.260u 1.000 VCG (ft) 6.06 deg.057s VCG (ft) 1.000 0.000u 6.000a 68.242a ft Heel Equil Wind Wave VCG stbd 2.900u 10.59/105.900u 14.170a 20.62 LCG (ft) 19.278 ft 0.153 MINIMUM OPERATING CONDITION Floating Status Draft FP Draft MS Draft AP Trim LCG 1.066 ft 6.868a 19.586 1.16 0.000 0.586 Perm 0.

83 1.025 1.232 .S Subtotals: Load (%) 10.870) Tank Name FUELDAY.294a TCG (ft) 0.980 0.733 3.01% 49.73 95.850 0.P FRESHWATER.156 3. 19.025 Displ (LT) 151.026s VCG (ft) 0.V (ft) 62.027s VCG (ft) 1.24 0.333a 29.980 0.000a.850 0. 19.300p VCG (ft) 0.000s.245s 4.20ft VCB (ft) 2.000a.104a 67.000s.734a TCG (ft) 0.636a 106.510p 0.254a 29.980 LUBE OIL (SpGr 0.497a 109. 6.S Subtotals: 0.088a 76.27 -4.02% 10.S SubTotals: Intact Flooded Flooded Flooded Spgr 1.320p 2.01% 10. Trim: aft 4.82 -29.592 0..945 0.104a TCG (ft) 2.000) Tank Name FRESHWATER.24 0.696s 0.88% Weight (LT) 1.223 95.420 GML (ft) GM(Fluid ) (ft) 163.06 LCF Draft (ft) Displ (LT) LCB (ft) 4.643p 0.980 FUEL OIL (SpGr 0.381a TCB (ft) 0.C BHD7.862 LCF (ft) 61.025.C FUELOIL3.527 1. heel: stbd 2.591 0.95% Weight (LT) 0.825 2.325 0.334s 0.809 7.66 LCG (ft) 67.T.498 14.71 LCB (ft) 80.C BHD6.105a 67. Trim is per 105.928a 76.586s 1.78 LCG (ft) 76.098a TPI (LT/inch) 3.980 0. 6.06 deg.S Subtotals: 0.713 67.20.P FUELDAY.374s 0.01% Weight (LT) 0. VCG = 6.154 FRESH WATER (SpGr 1.53 LCG (ft) 53.47 LCG (ft) 29.883 Perm Load (%) Weight (LT) 6.96% 97.59/105.575 3.294s 0.025 1.96% 23.498 Hydrostatic Properties with Damage Draft is from Baseline.381a Water Specific Gravity = 1.672a 67.000 62.000 PILOT HOUSE VENT PILOT HOUSE VENT Height (ft) 14.980 Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) (2) L.025 MTI (LT-ft /inch) 12.89% 10.12 -22.644s 0.08 0.000 0.83 3.527 Perm Load (%) 89.924) Tank Name DIRTYOIL.527 1.172a TCG (ft) 1.025 1.591 Perm Load (%) 97.P LUBEOIL.862 Eff /Perm 1.980 All Tanks Totals: Displacer Status Item Status HULL.124p VCG (ft) 1.769a 98.397 Perm 0.70 0.154s VCB (ft) 3.

07 (1) -3.55Cos^2(heel) + 0.14 (1) 9.37 (1) 8.42a 2.76 2.00s 2.12s 46.50a 2.70a 2.13a 5.18 1.54a 2.V (ft) 62.47 Area (ft-Deg) 0.52 Pass Yes Yes Yes Yes .000 Height (ft) 15.00 -0.000s.165 2.77 2.00 (1) -2.00s 77.24 -1.99 -7.38a 5.13 (1) 14.38a 2.290 119.81 Margin 13. 6.63a 5.967 97.00s 16.00s 56.400 >5.55 1.165 2.39 2.04a 5.47 1.057 142. 19.31 -10.837 -15.37 0.000 -12.124 134.168 141.854 Flood Pt Height (ft) 15.543 136.00s 76.32 (1) 0.09 -1.07a Origin Depth (ft) Residual Arm (ft) 1.10 (1) -4.426 16.05 0.84a 6.348 143.41s 96.00p 4.65 -9.37 -0.00s 41.920 151.98a 3.00 > 90 deg Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) PILOT HOUSE VENT L.000a.35s 86.07 0.000 ft-D >0.129 -3.92 (1) 15.50 -5.50 1.97s 6.84a 2.920 43.61 -1.34 (1) 5.23 -6.520 146.44 1.03 48.29 ft Actual 1.00p 1.60 1.108 -14.74 -0.T.73a 4.83 -0.00s 66.00s 90.10 (1) 2.51 (1) 14.88 1.309 70.74 (1) 0.00s 26.38 (1) Notes Roll Equil MaxRa FldPt RaZero Note: Residual Righting Arms shown above are in excess of the overturning arms derived from these moments (in ft-LT): Stbd heeling mmt= 4.38 1.918 2-5-3-3-5 DAMAGE WIND HEELING ARMS Limit (1) Absolute Angle at Equilibrium (2) Absolute Area Ratio from Roll to RAzero or Flood (3) Area from Equilibrium to Flood (4) Righting Arm at MaxRA Min/Max <15.008 57.00 deg >1.00s 36.01 0.23 -8.18a 3.00 <= 90 deg Stbd heeling mmt= 0.62 2.155 Residual Righting Arms vs Heel Angle with Damage Heel Angle (deg) Trim Angle (deg) 14.65a 2.91 -3.81 2.97 49.03 (1) 12.36 (1) 7.68 (1) 11.

0 A r m s i n f t 1.0 0.0 .0 -1. Area / 100 Equilibrium Flood Pt Heel angle (Degrees) 50. Heel 0.0s 3.0 2.0s 100.0s Righting Arm Heeling Arm R.156 Righting Arms vs.

000 0.170a 0.850 0.371s 0.329a Water Specific Gravity = 1.000 0.55 -27.00 0.920 MTI (LT-ft /inch) 11. 6.59 LIGHT SHIP 40MM AMMUNITION 50 CAL AMMUNITION CREW AND EFFECTS DECK CARGO STORES Total Fixed: LCG (ft) 68.341 ft 0.417 ft aft 4.170a TCG (ft) VCG (ft) 6.745 Eff /Perm 1.511a 109.025 Displ (LT) 140.000 0. Trim is per 105. GM(Fluid) KMT TPIn 7.000 0.025 1.745 LCF (ft) 61.737 Draft is from Baseline.00 0.650a 106.341 ft 13.000 0.000 0.20. heel: stbd 2.268s 4.92 Fixed Weight Status Item Weight (LT) 86.000 62.000 0.888a 98.000 ft 7.V (ft) 62.260 ft GM(Solid) F/S Corr.000 0.546a Residual Righting Arms vs Heel Angle with Damage TPI (LT/inch) 2.476 3. Trim: aft 4. VCG = 6.78/105.325s 0.329a TCB (ft) 0.190 ft 3.60 LCB (ft) 81. 6.84 -21.26 LCF Draft (ft) Displ (LT) LCB (ft) 3.061 3.000 0. 19.648 3.425 GML (ft) GM(Solid ) (ft) 166. 19.000 All Tanks Load (%) Weight (LT) LCG (ft) TCG (ft) VCG (ft) Perm Displacer Status Item Status HULL.980 Unprotected Flood Points Name L.53 -4.025.78/105.803 ft 6.987 86.0 kn No 6.000 0.000 6.737 14.000 (1) PILOT HOUSE VENT (2) PILOT HOUSE VENT Hydrostatic Properties with Damage Height (ft) 14.341 .025 1.000a.000s.000 0.157 LIGHTSHIP CONDITION Floating Status Draft FP Draft MS Draft AP Trim LCG 1.19 deg.C FUELOIL3.260u 0.185s VCB (ft) 3.000 68.597 68.025 1.000 0.20 68.T.675a 68.58 86.644s 0.C BHD6..000 0.550 7. Yes 0.260u 0.00 86.59 0.C BHD7.19 deg.20ft VCB (ft) 2.000s.S SubTotals: Intact Flooded Flooded Flooded Spgr 1.588 ft 2.850 0.170a ft Heel Equil Wind Wave VCG stbd 2.000 0.000a.00 0.747 2.00 0.000 0.

51 (1) 3.84 43.000 Height (ft) 16.53s 96.400 >5.79 -0.49 1.082 56.324 117.55Cos^2(heel) + 0.00 deg >1.T.152 136.82 Margin 12.43 (1) 9.03 -0.000 ft-D >0.00s 26.98 -1.903 -4.00s 56.69 -8.30 -9.48a 2.00p 2.00 1.31 -4.76 2.00s 76. 19.77 2.55 (1) -2.52a 2.23a 5.07 0.82 (1) 0.79 0.835 -14.000s.01 0.01 -5.00s 88.89a 3.19 1.19 (1) 0.02a 3.38 (1) 14.84 (1) Notes Roll Equil MaxRa FldPt RaZero Note: Residual Righting Arms shown above are in excess of the overturning arms derived from these moments (in ft-LT): Stbd heeling mmt= 4.78a 2.V (ft) 62.45a 5.625 146.70 (1) 5.84 -1.487 70.15s 46.25 1.187 2-5-3-3-5 DAMAGE WIND HEELING ARMS Limit (1) Absolute Angle at Equilibrium (2) Absolute Area Ratio from Roll to RAzero or Flood (3) Area from Equilibrium to Flood (4) Righting Arm at MaxRA Min/Max <15.66a 2.00s 16.69 (1) 7.16 45.14 (1) -3.53a 5.42 1.00s 36.45s 86.27a Origin Depth (ft) Residual Arm (ft) 1.158 Heel Angle (deg) Trim Angle (deg) 14.61 -2. 6.53 Pass Yes Yes Yes Yes .025 151.000 -13.00s 79.074 42.00 > 90 deg Unprotected Flood Points Name (1) PILOT HOUSE VENT L.16s 6.74 (1) 14.64 -0.80a 2.85 -7.00 (1) -1.383 2.383 2.343 -15.69 (1) 8.22a 3.22 0.66 Area (ft-Deg) 0.29 (1) 12.62 2.60a 2.00s 2.00s 66.95 (1) 11.88 -0.38 -9.703 Flood Pt Height (ft) 16.548 138.38 2.00 -0.19 (1) 15.079 96.78 -10.00s 41.82a 4.82 1.09 0.29 ft Actual 2.215 16.869 139.00 <= 90 deg Stbd heeling mmt= 0.336 135.000a.96a 6.82 2.83a 5.749 132.00p 4.

0s Righting Arm Heeling Arm R.0s 3.0 -1.0 -2.159 Righting Arms vs.0 0.0 A r m s i n f t 1. Heel 0.0s 100.0 2.0 . Area / 100 Equilibrium Flood Pt Heel angle (Degrees) 50.

041 1.27 84 107 128 -4.057 0.292 0.940 0.247 0.107 0.166a 21.71 7.96 2.973 1.207a 112.958a 28.874a 76.90 -0.93 1.362 0.457a 86.264 0.603a 113.000 0.227 1.160 Appendix E: Structures E 1.170 1.665a 81.661 1.72 -3.54 -1.000 0.283 0.99 4.143 0.957 1.89 -2.292 0.624a 105.165 0.989 0.672 1.65 -5.661 1.515a 8.000 7.667a 95.957 1.667a 71.672 1.074 0.374a 16.039 0.661 1.978 1.26 10 12 16 25 31 -4.247 1.000a 105.12 -4.690 0.284 0.667a 71.44 -4.08 129 146 158 164 162 153 136 112 83 6.957 1.91 0.45 1.037 1.272 0.23 -3.979a 13.661 1.832a 100.09 2.562a 23.999 1.138 1.583a 11.134 0.007 0. Auto Hydro Output Longitudinal Strength – Full Load Condition Location (ft) 0.66 3.292 0.333a 23.957 1.22 81 52 33 25 28 29 -0.277 0.291a 67.690 0.385a 9.333a 33.249a 91.541a 38.292 1.82 -4.362 0.01 0.000 0.82 0.269 0.202a 113.333a 13.957 1.35 1.200 1.970 1.292 1.499a 62.34 34 31 20 3.672 1.957 1.24 1.247 1.724 0.205 0.672 0.040a 91.957 1.362 0.917 0.349 0.690 0.140 0.989 1.03 -3.362 0.00 Bending (LT-ft) 0 -2.749a 33.362 0.661 1.000 0.661 1.000a 105.292 0.124a 47.770a 19.801a Weight Buoyancy (LT) (LT/ft) 0.36 -5.549 0.667a 91.415a 110.333a 43.690 0.661 1.082a 71.989 1.20 5.333a 14.19 -1.65 4.957 0.916a 52.501a 113.690 0.23 -5.20 1.968 Shear (LT) 0.957 1.957 1.362 0.989 0.707a 57.82 18 6 2 1 1 1 .333a 23.77 -4.292 0.851 0.06 -4.78 35 47 60 72 81 -4.690 0.333a 33.

624a 114.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7.292 GML (ft) GM(Solid ) (ft) 348.185a 4.983 0.288 Phase of crest relative to origin:180. VCG = 0.000 0.380 ft Angle of encounter: 0 degrees (following sea) Longitudinal Strength Location (ft) 0.20.000 0.584 .333a 23.00 Bending (LT-ft) 0 -4.64 0.050 0. Trim: fwd 1.474a 114.013 0.72 0.292 1.292 1.610 0.00 LCF Draft (ft) Displ (LT) LCB (ft) 3.811a 114.33 0.000 0.333a 13.699a 114.549a 114.932a 33.662a 114.08 LT 164 LT-ft Max.360 0.19 0.292 1.292 1.80 37 -11.000 0.28 0.292 1.916a (Hogging) Hydrostatic Properties Draft is from Baseline. Shear Max.292 1.377 0. Trim is per 105.41 0.965 0.10 0.000 0.161 114.292 1.686 0.003 0.124a Water Specific Gravity = 1.686 0.402 65.886a 114. No heel.153 0.0 degrees (52.000 13.292 1.292 1.961a 114.587a 114.252 0.736a 114.292 0.91/105.47 263 293 MTI (LT-ft /inch) 31.292 1.62 0.292 1.292 1.312 0.24 0.000 0.360 0.200 ft Crest-to-trough height: 11.112 0.345 15.774a 114.292 1.20ft VCB (ft) LCF (ft) 2.333a 23.448 0.078 0.292 1.000a 1.983 0.667a 47.292 1.999a 115.66 123 -20.00 0.37 0.793 0.60 ft) Wave length: 105.400a 114.15 0.000 0.000 0.333a 31.558 TPI (LT/inch) 68.100a 114.05 0.924a 114.032 Shear (LT) 0.51 0.199 0.854 113.45 0.983 0.849a 114.025.333a Weight Buoyancy (LT) (LT/ft) 0.48 0.11 -21.000 0.57 0.028 0.332a 114. Bending Moment at at 71.965 0.292 1.

668 0.667a 91.333a 43.251 0.284 1.003 0.549a 114.347 1.651 1.951 0.000 0.05 0.284 1.999a 115.886a 114.665a 81.144a 114.667a 71.832a 100.667a 71.961a 114.61 0.76 3.00 0.532 6.41 0.249a 91.85 54 28 11 0.049 0.415a 110.651 1.499a 62.284 1.430 0.849a 114.606 0.000a 105.774a 114.284 1.237 1.040a 91.75 -7. Shear Max.951 0.000 Max.446 0.284 1.951 1.284 1.264 26.342 3.33 0.951 0.07 21.284 1.66 -24.603a 113.916a 52.284 0.375 0.789 0.284 1.699a 114.59 25.668 1.457a 86.667a 95.730 3.601 1.617 1.284 1.275 1.112 0.15 0.284 1.66 0.284 1.000a 0.60 LT 710 LT-ft at at 71.646 -21.951 0.028 0.198 0.284 1.801a 114.874a 76.65 0.310 1.624a 105.28 0.152 0.050 0.000a 105.24 0.14 15.44 0.60 297 411 531 634 698 710 668 582 472 1.207a 112.58 0.385 1.60 9.284 1.284 1.951 0.19 0.903 2.501a 113.651 0.284 1.667a 57.266 0.587a 114.54 1.615 0.59 0.811a 114.078 0.333a 33.651 1.284 1.202a 113.967 1.124a 47.66 4.97 26.284 1.951 0.255 0.23 8.57 0.291a 67.550 0.736a 114.51 0.284 1.87 3.951 0.284 1.000 3.400a 114.651 1.37 0.100a 114. Bending Moment 0.48 0.651 1.162 33.13 21.284 1.037 0.284 1.685 2.77 -17.284 1.310 0.013 0.348 2.651 1.082a 71.924a 114.624a 114.541a 38.668 0.62 0.10 0.668 0.951 0.284 1.71 14.36 466 343 233 147 89 83 0.336 0.00 10 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 26.951 0.707a 57.499a (Hogging) .474a 114.375 0.424 1.58 0.02 0.662a 114.69 -23.

09 -0.237 Phase of crest relative to origin:0.673 .360 0.0 degrees (0.350a 3.92 -1.360 0.282 Shear (LT) 0.37 -0.360 0.001 0.041 0.347a 1.42 -0.395a 2.360 0.647a 1.360 0.78 -0.360 0.20ft Wave in effect.002 0.29 -0.673a 0.360 0. Trim is per 105.163 Hydrostatic Properties Draft is from Baseline.411a 0.360 0.000 0.57 -0.100 0.026 0.402 64.360 0.11 -0.598a 0.049 0.52 -0.994a 3.078 GML (ft) GM(Solid ) (ft) 178.000 0.360 0.360 0.593a 4.360 0.823a 0.04 -0.00 -0.00 ft) Wave length: 105.50/105.078 0.007 0.360 0.187a 0.748a 0.037a 0.153 0.096a 2.360 0.224a 0.898a 1.796a 2.360 0.20.13 -0.010 0.380 ft Angle of encounter: 0 degrees (following sea) Longitudinal Strength Location (ft) 0.08 -0.360 0.112a 0.020 0.27 -0.360 0.12 -0.360 0.192a Weight Buoyancy (LT) (LT/ft) 0.374a 0.000 0.360 0.524a 0.074a 0.048a 1.47 -0.03 -1.004 0.360 0.008 0.32 -0.058 0.360 0.000 0.360 0.000 0.695a Water Specific Gravity = 1.360 0.61 -0.001 0.03 -0.24 -0. VCB (ft) LCF (ft) 3.360 0.21 -0. No heel.09 Bending (LT-ft) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 MTI (LT-ft /inch) 16.70 -0.360 0.360 0.16 -0.197a 1.15 -0.979 12.497a 1.000 0.013 0.05 -0.003 0.397 113.005 0.025.360 0.015 0.002 0.033 0.001 0.003 0.262a 0.336a 0.19 -0.000 0.00 LCF Draft (ft) Displ (LT) LCB (ft) 4.01 -0.200 ft Crest-to-trough height: 11. VCG = 0.149a 0.360 0.449a 0.07 -0.360 0. Trim: aft 11.299a 0.505 TPI (LT/inch) 73.214 0.360 0.000 0.

603a 113.474a 114.000 0.360 0.23 -165 -66 -15 2.39 0.687 0.385a 9.985 0.662a 0.187a 8.08 11.436 1.824 -1.985 0.548 1.74 -28.98 -31.811 0.286 1.000 0.638 1.667a 91.64 2 2 3 3 3 -2 -8 2.691 -8.295 0.597 1.654 1.129 1.669 0.360 0.61 0.669 0.098 1.251 -6.44 0.360 0.687 0.26 -8.207a 112.286 1.953 0.654 1.360 0.31 16.04 0.286 1.953 0.953 0.457a 86.010 0.801a 114.166a 21.57 13.286 1.333a 13.749a 33.297 1.66 0.57 0.687 0.53 -363 -474 -573 -653 -689 -730 -728 0.665a 81.286 1.985 0.286 1.360 0.51 0.562a 23.415a 110.040a 91.84 4.360 0.985 0.333a 33.50 21.953 0.667a 71.164 4.360 0.624a 105.058 0.50 9.889 1.773 -25.667a 71.832a 100.10 -31.333a 43.367 1.916a 50.624a 114.55 -16.654 1.687 0.22 0.607 0.989a 7.50 -7.791a 5.450a 16.202a 113.316 2.62 -1.446 0.770a 19.12 -1.687 0.374a 71.88 -16.230 2.286 1.541a 38.037 2.286 1.310 0.958a 28.953 0.124a 47.286 1.82 22.669 0.54 2.979a 13.687 0.46 -8.354 0.74 -0.382 0.694 0.286 1.687 0.333a 33.587a 114.11 -726 -667 -571 -446 -302 -283 2.654 1.03 -0.333a 23.249a 91.953 5.825 1.286 1.56 0.000 23.36 14.836 19.247 2.53 -144 -249 -358 0.61 0.669 1.100a 114.41 -13 3 2 2 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 .680a 71.274 0.93 7.207a 114.286 1.23 -14 -21 -33 -61 -98 -131 1.770 2.286 1.667a 95.333a 14.112 0.953 1.000a 105.953 0.000a 105.549a 114.515 0.48 0.501a 113.953 0.654 1.269 2.654 0.86 19.77 18.900 1.874a 76.375 0.654 1.800 2.371 0.96 23.790 0.101 1.583a 11.000 0.286 0.66 0.65 0.400a 114.374a 15.504 1.66 -23.333a 23.286 1.

583a 11.83 -5.362 0. VCG = 0.831 0.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -31.562a 23.649 0.000 0.00 36 49 64 80 93 -6. Bending Moment at at 91.897a 8.457 11.000a 1.028 0.024 .286 1.286 1.000 0.063 113.831 0.13 -4.10 0.286 1.28 0.63 -6.811a 114.488 0.557 0.470a Water Specific Gravity = 1.248 GML (ft) GM(Solid ) (ft) 314.374a (Sagging) Hydrostatic Properties Draft is from Baseline.849a 114.886a 114.831 0.570 Longitudinal Strength – Minimum Operating Location (ft) 0.385a 9.000 Max.958a 28.705 0.541a Weight Buoyancy (LT) (LT/ft) 0.025.25 -3.999a 115. Trim is per 105.175a 2.286 1.961a 114.11 LT -730 LT-ft Max.152 0.362 0.24 0.93 -7.924a 114.303 0.38 97 126 146 -3.000 0.078 0.166a 21.15 0.000 7.000 0.699a 114.003 0.000 0. Shear 0.286 0.402 65. VCB (ft) LCF (ft) 4.831 0.557 0.195 TPI (LT/inch) 73.557 0.705 1.286 1.333a 14.770a 19.013 0.557 0.025 0.997 0.230 0.33 0.749a 33.20.286 1.000 0.03 -3.819 0.831 0.333a 33.362 0.831 0.002 0.839 0.763 0.86 -3.112 0.333a 23.979a 13.84/105.45 -4.286 1.362 0.667a 71.374a 16.050 0.000 Shear (LT) 0.333a 33.00 LCF Draft (ft) Displ (LT) LCB (ft) 0. No heel.774a 114.37 0.736a 114.00 Bending (LT-ft) 0 -2.934 0.199 0.37 11 12 16 25 31 -4.165 114.96 -6.19 0.333a 23.32 146 MTI (LT-ft /inch) 28.05 0.00 0.362 0. Trim: fwd 9.362 0.135 0.00 -6.333a 13.286 1.20ft Wave in effect.

202a 113.100a 114.656 0.472 0.005 -1.811a 114.013 0.02 0.624a 114.472 0.11 -33 -19 -8 0.457a 86.975 0. Shear Max.705 0.333a 43.249a 91.748 0.07 0.045 1.662a 114.472 0.472 0.124a 47.886a 114.774a 114.004 0.77 -0.472 0.472 0.641 0.10 0.207a 112.472 0.10 1.15 0.549a 114.073 1.24 -0.79 -0.641 0.788 0.474a 114.707a 57.472 0.11 -0.94 6.999a 115.166 38.448 0.472 0.028 0.751 -3.668 0.472 0.656 1.801a 114.665a 81.667a 43.07 LT 163 LT-ft at at 71.705 1.01 0.864 0.12 0.656 1.312 0.641 0.656 1.832a 100.083 1.472 0.47 -2.000a 105.81 -4.472 0.916a 52.400a 114.940 0.000a 105.11 -3.124a (Hogging) .859 9.67 -2.705 0.472 0.14 0.624a 105.667a 71.705 0.377 0.000a 0.072 1.587a 114.501a 113.00 0.199 0.472 0. Bending Moment Hydrostatic Properties 1.705 0.667a 95.656 1.000 0.054 1.903 0.667a 71.849a 114.14 0.673 0.705 0.040a 91.13 0.291a 67.252 0.656 1.961a 114.112 0.472 0.14 0.670 0.472 0.003 0.450a 114.705 0.084 1.415a 110.641 0.472 0.705 0.472 0.14 0.000 -1.499a 62.472 0.07 0.050 0.04 0.02 8.667a 91.656 1.472 0.75 3.874a 76.05 0.08 0.05 0.99 -0.684 0.000 Max.00 -7 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10.31 12 -28 -53 -61 -52 -49 0.082a 71.70 3.153 0.676 0.13 0.472 0.30 7.736a 114.610 0.699a 114.51 5.705 0.40 -0.07 158 163 159 146 125 95 57 14 1.11 0.827 0.032 1.679 0.64 10.472 0.472 0.472 0.603a 113.924a 114.669 0.078 0.

84 -0.701 3.333a 23.646 1.981 Shear (LT) 0.235 Phase of crest relative to origin:180.202a Weight Buoyancy (LT) (LT/ft) 0.025.701 1.29 -1.040a 91.200 ft Crest-to-trough height: 11.701 0.939 .57 -0.826 0.000 13.207a 112.333a 33.000a 105.90 4.118 63.554 0.701 0.401 0.286a Water Specific Gravity = 1.103 0.415a 110.469 0.735 1.112 1.000 0.333a 13.499a 62.082a 71.06 128 -18.98 6. Trim is per 105.001 0.000 0.58 -4.624a 105.577 0.59 -1.360 0.63 27.60 ft) Wave length: 105.637 0.952 0.56 -15 -5 -1 -1 MTI (LT-ft /inch) 30.017 0.73 0.111 0.916a 52.554 0. Trim: fwd 2.646 1.646 0.000 0.469 0.832a 100. VCG = 0.190 1.06 5.304 0.20.323 1.667a 71.826 0.646 0.80 36 -13.333a 33.0 degrees (52.28 -14.646 0.86 24.58 -18.483 GML (ft) GM(Solid ) (ft) 417.457a 86.667a 91.14 23.124a 47.249a 91.00 LCF Draft (ft) Displ (LT) LCB (ft) 3.701 1.301a 33.469 0.18/105.603a 113.94 357 231 125 48 4 1 2.60 13.492a 4.000 0.392 0.167 Draft is from Baseline.380 ft Angle of encounter: 0 degrees (following sea) Longitudinal Strength Location (ft) 0.646 0.16 -20.377 0.637 0.000 0.328 TPI (LT/inch) 68.908 0.667a 71.745 17.333a 23.701 3.554 0.291a 67.09 16.000a 105.646 0.374 1.333a 33.642 0. No heel.333a 43.52 -14 -20 -15 -1.154 0.637 0.60 289 289 -18.20ft VCB (ft) LCF (ft) 2.701 1.000 0.291 0.360 0.665a 81.00 Bending (LT-ft) 0 -4.93 293 391 494 580 630 629 576 481 363 27.667a 95.74 -21.008 0.701 0.000 0.432 92.469 0.874a 76.707a 57.637 0.541a 38.469 0.701 2.701 2.83 19.294 1.

469 0. Bending Moment at at 71.00 ft) Wave length: 105.360 0.000 1.469 0.469 0.469 0.886a 114.152 0.924a 114.037a 0.12 0.168 113.269a 114.000 0.624a 114.446 0.198 0.05 0.13 0.00 0.000 0.699a 114.51/105.00 LCF Draft (ft) Displ (LT) LCB (ft) 4.050 0.20. Trim is per 105.074a Weight Buoyancy (LT) (LT/ft) 0.150 92.02 0.000a 0.662a 114.469 0.118 0.025.12 0.469 0.05 0.000 0.469 0.469 0.469 0. Shear -0.400a 114.40 -0.667a 52.10 0.078 0.380 ft Angle of encounter: 0 degrees (following sea) Longitudinal Strength Location (ft) 0.310 0.000 0.06 0.000 Max.00 -0.07 0.469 0.606 0.000 Shear (LT) 0.01 -0.08 0.200 ft Crest-to-trough height: 11.20ft Wave in effect.544 .097 12.028 0.469 0.707a (Hogging) Hydrostatic Properties Draft is from Baseline.112 0.469 0.100a 114.774a 114.018 1.549a 114.789 0. No heel.961a 114.360 0.11 0.14 0.360 0.474a 114.872 GML (ft) GM(Solid ) (ft) 190.469 0.587a 114.000 0.011a 2.14 0. VCG = 0. VCB (ft) LCF (ft) 3.00 -1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 27.055 1.811a 114.469 0.864 Phase of crest relative to origin:0.93 LT 630 LT-ft Max.469 0.23 -0.999a 115.0 degrees (0.251 0.14 0.003 0.849a 114.375 0.03 Bending (LT-ft) 0 0 0 MTI (LT-ft /inch) 13. Trim: aft 11.501a 113.469 0.873a Water Specific Gravity = 1.119 62.334 TPI (LT/inch) 72.14 0.013 0.469 0.469 0.000 0.736a 114.094 1.04 0.801a 114.469 0.

360 0.07 -0.360 0.347a 1.92 -1.667a 71.497a 1.299a 0.954 1.702 0.827 0.360 0.786a 71.823a 0.796a 2.52 -0.008 0.048a 1.70 -0.360 0.449a 0.24 -0.647a 1.748a 0.003 0.09 5.360 0.395a 2.673a 0.096a 2.541a 38.360 0.360 0.07 19.617 1.76 8.360 0.994a 3.336a 0.360 0.007 0.000 0.08 19.670 5.09 -1.224a 0.360 0.555 0.702 0.000 0.333a 33.002 0.077 0.583a 11.958a 28.015 0.827 0.002 0.889 1.097 1.29 -0.000 21.827 0.77 15.374a 0.333a 23.03 -1.374a 16.667a 0.360 0.27 -0.73 -3.989a 7.12 -0.026 0.694 0.360 0.333a 33.770a 19.187a 0.555 0.020 0.001 0.824 -0.32 -0.360 0.546 0.749a 33.000 0.360 0.48 11.05 -0.360 0.562a 23.214 0.54 2.768a 14.524a 0.360 0.57 -0.15 -0.360 0.187a 8.262a 0.360 0.74 -0.149a 0.360 0.003 0.360 0.354 0.033 0.84 4.001 0.360 0.19 -0.913 1.197a 1.049 0.823 1.153 0.791a 5.360 0.11 -0.23 13.42 -0.360 0.21 -0.47 -0.166a 21.078 0.360 0.12 -1.64 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 2 3 4 4 3 -1 -7 1.360 0.124a 45.898a 1.555 0.001 0.593a 4.827 0.385a 9.360 0.282 0.360 0.827 0.360 0.37 -0.979a 13.702 0.45 16.004 0.87 21.16 -0.100 0.78 -0.013 0.192a 4.10 -122 -210 -307 0.360 0.940 1.005 0.333a 13.360 0.569 16.08 -0.018 0.010 0.515 0.333a 43.40 -9 -12 -30 -55 -85 -112 1.44 -311 -410 -498 -541 -695 .827 0.702 0.827 0.61 -0.649 0.702 0.183 0.411a 0.112a 0.991 1.22 0.04 -0.548 1.360 0.360 0.058 0.598a 0.360 0.169 0.360 0.57 14.333a 13.702 1.041 0.333a 23.13 -0.09 -0.03 -0.555 0.

00 -664 -659 -586 -478 -345 -327 1.622a Water Specific Gravity = 1.470 0.310 0.074 1.662a 114.74 -30.470 0.05 -18.20.202a 113.207a 112.050 0.415a 110.886a 114.470 0.14 0.93 -11.395a 114.849a 114.14 0.811a 114.470 0.638 0.377 .000 -10.025.501a 113.249a 91. Trim: fwd 9.36 -210 -103 -38 2.199 0.106 0.14 0.58 -3.470 0.925 11.334 1.603 92.549a 114.638 0.078 0.667a 71.02 0.649 1.870 0.470 0.27 -0.68 -19.667a (Sagging) Hydrostatic Properties Draft is from Baseline.470 0. Shear -30.961a 114.000 0.470 0.470 0.000a 105.186 1.470 0.87 -11.064 LCF (ft) 73.535a TPI (LT/inch) 2.100a 114. VCB (ft) 4.470 0.665a 81.898 2. No heel.000 0.375 0.372 2.10 0.000 0.00 -34 -4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Max.44 -0.470 0.607 0.649 0.89/105.624a 114.832a 100.667a 95.14 0.476 1.470 0.152 0.000a 1.003 0.938 0.667a 91.20ft Wave in effect.00 LCF Draft (ft) Displ (LT) LCB (ft) -0.00 0. Trim is per 105.470 0.924a 114.206 1.000 0.028 0.649 1.251 0.000a 105.12 0.08 0.013 0.01 0.11 0.649 1.649 1. Bending Moment at at 91.32 -25.13 0.999a 115.12 0.04 0.470 0.470 0.736a 114.942 GML (ft) GM(Solid ) (ft) 382.338 -26.470 0.457a 86.801a 114.470 0.587a 114.00 LT -695 LT-ft Max.05 0.12 0.84 -0.310 MTI (LT-ft /inch) 27.802 0.83 -29.603a 113.07 0.006 0.470 0.112 0.693 1.638 0.699a 114.211a 76.119 63.446 0.19 -0.638 0.474a 114.470 0. VCG = 0.170 76.624a 105.040a 91.649 1.470 0.470 0.774a 114.279 -10.470 0.

000 3.38 91.00 17.97 0.41 2.010 for all other members. 1.0134L+3. L = length on water of craft V = max speed in knots E 3.608 6 area flange z bar 2.7350172 flange (L) web t 5 x 6 x 0. 30    K4 = 0.161721085 Web (L) flange (L) 4.1475 SM y 1.25 40.77 1.30    1 . = 0.59 area web 1.29 Deck T beam flange t centroid z Iy 0.45 113295.5 1.25 0. in2. For plating it is the actual area of the shell plate panel. B = breadth on water C1 = 0. Member calculations due to orientation Inertia of shell and bottom plates No.38 0.000 3.31 .386 0. = 0.74 0. psi representative of the basic value used in the moment of inertia calculation.460 SM z ABS SM 1.005 for shell and deep tank girders.25 T beam Inertia flange t cent web z cent flange z cent web y cent flange y 0.19 0.46 4.44 2 121.50 40.75 L<295ft Cb = block coefficient ∆ = the design displacement of the craft d = the design draft of the craft in inches E = tensile or compressive modulus.00 81. FD = design area factor given in 3-2-2/Figure 6 for given values of AD and AR.75 60.171 E 2.93 0.14 21191.19 21634. Abbreviations Abbreviations not listed in the calculation tables: AD = design area.29 0. stringers and transverse webs.29 0.795 3 3 y bar Iy Iz I zy total area 4.5s2.000 6.26 4.84 0.16 0.064309282 1. length (in) thickness (in) center y center z area Iy I z I yz degree radian I' z I' y 2 80.18 web (L) 4.30 103433.  V / L   K 3 =  0.01 area T 8. in2.5 web t 6 5 x 6 x 0.37 9866. Fv = vertical acceleration distribution factor given in 3-2-2/Figure 8.61 ∆/d in2.43 444.004 for deck girders and transverses. AR = reference area.295 4.70 + 0.940 7. but not to be taken as more than 2.

84 T beam with effective width of plating (deck) plate t centroid z Iy ABS min I SM 0.94 Iy 7.00 81.95 6.33 Sideshell T beam angled inertia with plate I yz degrees radians I' z 168.70 1.15 7.41 0.77 168.46 173.97 7.38 7.65 15.00 21.63 57.61 5.32 7.39 Iz 39.460 y bar Iy z bar 1.205 6.70 1.39 7.76 web (L) flange (L) t 4.38 I' y 6.77 I yz T beam angled inertia degrees radians I' z 0.39 7.74 -24.1475 2.94 6.41 3.32 0.61 0.61 0.05 upper beam upper beam upper beam lower beams .18 0.94 6.47 81.5 Iz I zy total area 39.59 6 area web area flange 1.36 7.25 0.172 Beam with effective width of plating (shell) flange t cent web z cent flange z cent web y cent flange y 0.00 75.5 Iy Iz 6.795 3 3 eff w plate (L) plate t cent plate z area plate cent plate y 15 0.00 7.43 7.00 67.00 I' y 35.39 7.74 -24.94 6.43 0.86603605 eff w plate (L) 17.70 1.295 4.47 9.70 1.41 2.

19 1 26.19 30 43.375 5.825 lbs frames 0.62 3848.15 31.5 90.6667 115 2645 lbs frames 0.323 26 110 12363.375 5.457 lbs frames 0.9 1 1420.35 1 2042 21134.22 lbs 0.375 5.75 9.315 lbs 0.19 1 14 72.375 5.433 lbs frames 0.003 lbs frames 0.50356 LT .19 1 17.9185 lbs frames 0. Structural weights Structural weights Item thickness lb/ft lb/ft2 number area length weight lbs deck 0.19 1 28.143 14 110 7920.8 1 191.9 1 151.77 149.244 lbs transom 0.375 5.19 1 1.43 137.5 6.86 lbs frames 0.7 123.3163 lbs frames 0.593 lbs frames 0.1717 lbs frames 0.0825 lbs total = 81767.375 5.375 5.19 17 43.375 5.29" T 5.375 5.375 5.375 5.57 2339.75 10.25" T 4.35 1044.98 lbs total = 36.27 6737.78 lbs keel plate 1 13.139 lbs frames 0.26 lbs bottom 0.19 1 23.66 lbs frames 0.173 F 4.19 1 10.76 9803.7 107.7 lbs shell 0.19 1 6.06 1 2171 13156.5 6.19 1 20.438 6.375 5.19 12 37.3 53.

6 Heave Accel G's -0.0 degr/sec 1114196248 2001 0.00000e-005 Constant Velocity 20.7562 ft/sec 20.0 Seconds 1. Tolerance (RTOL): Absolute Tolerances ATOL 0: ATOL 1: ATOL 2: ATOL 3: ATOL 4: ATOL 5: Thrust Mode: Const Thrust/Vel: Incident Waves: Ramp Start: Ramp Rise-time: Water Depth: Sea Orientation: Spectrum Type: Significant Wave Height: Set 1 English 32.5 feet Peak Period: 9.012789 4.53307 feet 1.0 feet 0.0 feet 30.53307 feet -0.7272 7.174 Appendix F: Seakeeping F 1.0 feet 1.000 20.0 Knots 0.05 sec 100.00000e-004 1.0 ft/sec 0.6 723.5939 7.8869 1.00000e-002 1.0 Degrees/sec 0.1820 -0.6 7975.98345 degrees 33.0 sec 1.00000e-004 1.05 Seconds 0.0 Knots 0.0 feet Head Sea ITTC (Peak Period Specified) 10.0 Knots 0.5 feet 10.0 Seconds 0.0 Seconds 100.0 sec 30.8155 -0.000 Eff Power HP (British) -1341.7 sec (No Secondary Simulation Condition Set) Statistics: Analysis Results (using last half of data points) Min Mean Max Heave Loc feet -2.7 Seconds 9.485 0.00000e-005 0.0 sec 1. Sea state 5 Time-Domain Analysis: (Normal return) New Hull (R3) 200433 Primary Simulation Condition Set: Conditions Set: Conditions Set Name: Units: Gravity: Surge Position: Heave Position: Pitch Position: Surge Velocity: Heave Velocity: Pitch Angular Velocity: Random Number Seed: Number of Steps: Time Step: Stop Time: Rel.006710 1.1295 Acc-Z at Sel Pt G's -1.875 Pitch degrees -6.8252 .98345 Degrees -0. Powersea Output 20 Knots.879 Surge Vel Knots 20.174 feet/sec**2 0.000 20.00000e-004 1.1 1.

7 WARNING: Analysis status file could not be opened New Hull (R3) 200433 Primary Simulation Condition Set: Conditions Set: Conditions Set Name: Units: Gravity: Surge Position: Heave Position: Pitch Position: Surge Velocity: Heave Velocity: Pitch Angular Velocity: Random Number Seed: Number of Steps: Time Step: Stop Time: Set 1 English 32.0716 4.2864 0.8380 2.0 sec 1.0 feet Z Location for Response Analysis: 11.00000e-002 ATOL 1: 1.285 0.0 4634.5243 0.05 sec 100.0 degr/sec 1114196822 2001 0.00000e-004 Rel.4263 .28230 1.5 feet 10.285 0.0 Seconds 100.53307 feet -0.174 feet/sec**2 0.1 ATOL 4: 1.5 feet (above baseline) 11.53307 feet 1.0 ft/sec 0.27451 1.0 124.2715 0.0 Knots NOTE: POWERSEA empirical analysis conditions not valid X Location for Response Analysis: 0.0 5936.0 Ave(1/3) 4.05 Seconds 0.032662 0.7 Seconds 9.98345 degrees 33.175 Std Dev 2.0 Degrees/sec 0.7 sec (No Secondary Simulation Condition Set) Statistics: Analysis Results (using last half of data points) Heave Accel Acc-Z at Sel Pt 0.0 Seconds 1.11 Ave 3.1084 1.00000e-004 ATOL 5: 1.0049 0.0 feet Head Sea ITTC (Peak Period Specified) 10.2406 4.0 feet 30.8 Ave(1/10) 6.0 sec 30.00000e-005 ATOL 3: 0.98345 Degrees -0.7592 6.00000e-005 Thrust Mode: Constant Velocity Const Thrust/Vel: 20.7562 ft/sec 20.25510 0.0 7252.5 feet Peak Period: 9.8242 0.0 sec 1.0 2800.148 7.148 7. Tolerance (RTOL): Absolute Tolerances ATOL 0: 1.0 feet (aft of origin) 0.0 Knots 0.0 Seconds 0.00000e-004 ATOL 2: 1.0 feet 0.0 1231.0 feet 1.2244 3.0 Knots 0.1362 0.6 Abs Max 6.1489 3.550 0.0 MAX VALUE BETWEEN MEAN CROSSINGS (REL TO MEAN): Abs Min 1.6844 0.5 feet Incident Waves: Ramp Start: Ramp Rise-time: Water Depth: Sea Orientation: Spectrum Type: Significant Wave Height: 0.

31199 Min Mean Max Std Dev G's -1.3047 Ave -0.44947 -0.9138 -1.9106 -1.6178 Ave(1/10) -0.7857 -0.11823 Ave(1/3) -0.2929 0.5577 0.0749 6.37760 Abs Max -0.5172 .8131 6.2929 -0.9086 -1.6480 -1.9106 0.8131 Abs Max 2.176 G's -0.1186 -1.1565 2.2929 ALL MAXIMA ABOVE MEAN: Abs Min 0.5268 1.4717 9.14452 0.1532 3.0032574 2.37322 0.5454 6.5544 6.654 ALL MINIMA BELOW MEAN: Abs Min -0.06571 -0.5454 Ave(1/10) 2.08057 Ave 0.48607 Ave 0.008288 Ave(1/3) -0.6553 -0.0749 0.7570 MAX VALUE BETWEEN MEAN CROSSINGS (REL TO MEAN): Abs Min 0.7394 0.1411 Ave(1/10) -0.5336 Ave(1/10) 2.0372 3.6323 Abs Max 2.9138 -1.5544 6.654 0.08512 0.5899 1.9106 -0.7070 -1.654 3.20647 -0.9106 Ave -0.9938 4.7789 Abs Max -0.642 Ave(1/3) 1.2705 Vibration: Analysis Results (using last half of data points) VDV MSDV Heave Accel Acc-Z at Sel Pt meters/sec**2 meters/sec**2 3.2929 -0.654 Ave(1/3) 1.23815 -1.5577 6.125 1.5215 2.19477 0.5577 1.2823 ALL MAXIMA: Abs Min Ave Abs Max Ave(1/3) Ave(1/10) -0.642 MIN VALUE BETWEEN MEAN CROSSINGS (REL TO MEAN): Abs Min -0.1186 -1.654 ALL MINIMA: Abs Min Ave Abs Max Ave(1/3) Ave(1/10) -0.48607 1.011842 6.

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