Conceptual Design of a Semi-Submersible

Floating Oil and Gas Production System for
Offshore Malaysia

Team Members:
Mr. HuiDong Bea
Mr. Aaron Gregg
Mr. Milton Hooks
Mr. Brian Riordan
Mr. Justin Russell
Mr. Miles Williams

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Table of Contents________________________
Nomenclature...................................................................................................................... ii
List of Figures .................................................................................................................... iii
List of Tables ..................................................................................................................... iv
Executive Summary ............................................................................................................ 1
Overview......................................................................................................................... 1
Competencies.................................................................................................................. 1
General Arrangement and Overall Hull Design.......................................................... 2
Local and Global Loading .......................................................................................... 2
Weight, Buoyancy, and Stability ................................................................................ 3
Hydrodynamics of Motions and Loading ................................................................... 4
General Strength and Structural Design ..................................................................... 4
Mooring....................................................................................................................... 5
Cost ............................................................................................................................. 6
Regulatory Compliance .................................................................................................. 7
Acknowledgements............................................................................................................. 7
Introduction......................................................................................................................... 7
Objectives ......................................................................................................................... 10
Design Basis...................................................................................................................... 11
Design Methodology......................................................................................................... 12
General Arrangement and Overall Hull Design............................................................ 12
Wind and Current Loading ........................................................................................... 14
Local and Global Loading ............................................................................................ 15
Weight, Buoyancy and Stability ................................................................................... 21
Hydrodynamics of Motions and Loading ..................................................................... 31
Strength and Structural Design - General ..................................................................... 32
Mooring......................................................................................................................... 33
Cost ............................................................................................................................... 35
Results............................................................................................................................... 35
General Arrangement and Overall Hull Design............................................................ 35
Wind and Current Loading ........................................................................................... 35
Local and Global Loading ............................................................................................ 36
Weight, Buoyancy and Stability ................................................................................... 37
Hydrodynamics of Motions and Loading ..................................................................... 39
Strength and Structural Design - General ..................................................................... 42
Mooring......................................................................................................................... 43
Cost ............................................................................................................................... 47
Conclusion ........................................................................................................................ 48
References......................................................................................................................... 50
Appendix A: Hydrodynamics of Motions and Loading ................................................... 51
Appendix B: Ballasting..................................................................................................... 55
Appendix C: Environmental Loads .................................................................................. 58
Appendix D: StabCad ....................................................................................................... 61
Appendix E: GMOOR .................................................................................................... 117

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Nomenclature
ABS API Area ratio -

American Bureau of Shipping
American Petroleum Institute
Ratio of the area between the righting moment curve, downflooding
angle, and heeling moment curve added to the area under the heeling
moment curve, righting moment curve, downflooding angle, and
inclination angle compared to the sum of the area under the heeling
moment curve, righting moment curve, downflooding angle, and
inclination angle and the area between the heeling moment curve and
righting moment curve
Down flooding angle Static angle from the intersection of the vessel's centerline and the
waterline in calm water to the first opening that cannot be closed
watertight and through which downflooding can occur
Damaged condition Condition in which ballast tanks are flooded to represent a damaged
situation
Heave Vertical motion in water
Heeling arm The horizontal distance between the buoyant force and the center of
gravity to move the vessel away from the upright position
Height coefficient Characteristic of a structure in wind based on its height
Intact condition Condition in which the semi-submersible is unharmed
MARPOL Marine Pollution Convention
Pitch Rotation around the transverse (x) axis
Righting arm The horizontal distance between the buoyant force and the center of
gravity to bring the vessel to an upright position
Roll Rotation around the longitudinal (y) axis
SCR Steel Catenary Risers
Semi-taut mooring system - Mooring system in which the mooring lines are pulled in tension, but
leaving some slack
Shape coefficient Characteristic of a structure in wind based on its shape
SOLAS Safety of Life at Sea
Taut-leg mooring system - Mooring system in which the mooring lines are pulled in tension,
having no slack
USCG United States Coast Guard
Yaw Rotation about the vertical (z) axis

.... 17 Figure 12: Pressures in Positive X...................... 21 Figure 20: Pontoon Diagram......... 20 Figure 17: Buoyancy Force............................................................. and Z Directions with Static Wave........................................... 15 Figure 8: ETABS Structural Model ............. 29 Figure 28: Damaged Stability Objective Diagram............... 36 Figure 31: Reaction Forces ........................... 22 Figure 21: Node Diagram ................................................................ 24 Figure 23: Balancing Spreadsheet ...................................................... 17 Figure 11: Static Wave Model with Trough across Diagonal............................................ 42 Figure 34: Bending Moment Diagram............................... 16 Figure 9: ETABS Model with Waterline ....................................................... 13 Figure 6: Wind Height Divisions...................... Y..................... 45 Figure 39: Chosen Mooring Design........................................................................................................... and Z Directions with Static Wave ................................................................................................................. 19 Figure 16: Weight Distribution of Semi-Submersible Components.................................................... 18 Figure 13: Pressures in Negative X................................................................................ 21 Figure 19: Column Diagram ................................................... 25 Figure 24: Auto Ballasting Example................................................ 30 Figure 29: Final Hull Dimensions...................................................................................... 42 Figure 35: 12 Leg Spread................................................. and Z Directions without Wave ..... 28 Figure 27: Intact Stability Objective Diagram...................................................................... Y......................... 43 Figure 36: 16 Leg Spread........................................................................................................................ 44 Figure 37: Mooring Analysis Results ........................................... 46 iii .......................... 44 Figure 38: Mooring Material and Equipment Costs ....................................................................................................................... 19 Figure 15: Pressures in Negative X.............................. 22 Figure 22: Riser Placement and Ballasting Tank Diagram......................................................... 37 Figure 33: Shear Diagram................. 14 Figure 7: Semi-submersible Current Drag Coefficients ............................................................................................................................................................................................... Y................................................................................................................................ 35 Figure 30: Deflections and Displacements ............................................................................................................................... 16 Figure 10: Static Wave Model with Crest across Diagonal.............................. 8 Figure 2: General Iterative Process................... 13 Figure 5: Modified Basic Hull Design................................................ 20 Figure 18: Springs Attached at Nodes ................................................... Y................... and Z Directions without Wave.................. 18 Figure 14: Pressures in Positive X............................................................OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia List of Figures Figure 1: Final Team Organization............................................................................................................................... 11 Figure 4: Original Basic Hull Design ................................. 27 Figure 26: Excessive topside CG offset for Float-on/Float-off .............................................................................. 9 Figure 3: Proposed Project Location............................................................ 26 Figure 25: Horizontally Centered Topside CG Float-on/Float-off Scenario ................................................

.............................................................................................................. 12 Table 2: Total Environmental Loads ................................................. and Stresses of Structure ........ Moments.............. 36 Table 3: Deflections............... 42 ...........OCEN 407 Design Class iv Team Malaysia List of Tables_____ ____________ Table 1: Metocean Data .......................

OCEN 407 Design Class 1 Team Malaysia Executive Summary Overview With the relatively low cost of energy and the rapid advancement of technology in the last century. Wind and Current Loading 3. Weight. The expenses associated with fixed production platforms at this depth are no longer within a feasible range making a floating production platform design a far more economical choice. As the population increases exponentially and demands for inexpensive energy solutions continue to rise. fossil fuel exploration and production is forced into more and more inhospitable conditions such as the extreme deep sea. The design team was divided into subgroups that would tackle different components of design based on individual talent. General Arrangement and Overall Hull Design 2. Competencies The following 8 competencies were chosen to analyze and address in the conceptual design: 1. One of the floating production platform designs in use today and pursued by this conceptual design team is the semisubmersible production platform. In order to meet these demands. the readily available reservoirs of energy rich fossil fuels have rapidly declined. and a location in the South China Sea at a water depth of 5. humankind has become highly dependent upon large quantities of inexpensive fuel for everything from transportation of goods and people to the harvesting of crops for food to being able see at night. desire and schedule availability and given a 3 month deadline. A highly iterative process of altering the key dimensions of a four-column ring pontoon was conducted in order to meet applicable regulations and client requests while minimizing costs and satisfying the chosen competencies.500 ft. Buoyancy and Stability . Local and Global Loading 4. This conceptual design team was given the weights and dimensions of the platform topsides required for production and drilling.

Results pg.. period. the final exposed column shapes (with zero shielding) and the final component elevations once the final freeboard was calculated. current and mean wave drift were applied concurrently in the bow. columns. Wind and Current Loading (Methodology pg. moments. and stresses acting on the topside. 15. General Strength and Structural Design 7. The operational and survival design storms are 10 year and 100 year storm conditions respectively for the design location. ETABS. Two types of analyses were viewed: one . A square topside deck is supported by the four columns with the corners of the topside deck placed at the geographical centers of column tops.1 kips from the quartering direction. beam and quartering directions resulting in maximum environmental loads for operational and survival conditions to be 473. Results pg.36) An analysis of the semi-submersible structure was performed using a three-dimensional analysis program for building systems. Mooring 8. and a width of 55 ft.35) The provided metocean data for the Malaysia site includes the wave height. wind speed and current speed for both the operational and survival design condition.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 2 5.3 kips and 603. The ring pontoon is topped with four square columns with a length of 50 ft. Local and Global Loading (Methodology pg. Results pg. 12. Cost General Arrangement and Overall Hull Design (Methodology pg. Wind. a height of 40 ft. 14.35) The final hull design was a square ring pontoon with outer lengths of 270 ft. to determine the deflections. and pontoon of the hull. Hydrodynamics of Motions and Loading 6. Shape and height coefficients taken from ABS were applied to the constant topside shapes. to a side and height of 80 ft.

Weight.5% was added for marine systems.2 ft. An additional 48-62.1 ft.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 3 with the structure floating at a constant draft and the other with a static wave with the crest of the wave acting on two of the columns opposite from each other. paint. stresses. operational or survival conditions.4 ft. Physical centers used for small angle stability and input into StabCad for large angle stability were: KG = 70 ft. All down flooding angles and area ratios for intact stability were in excess of the ABS recommended values. along with the buoyancy acting on the bottom of the pontoon.9 ft. with a draft of 85 ft.. KB = 29.. and design allowances. ballast tanks filled with water. 12 and 14 lbs/ft3 were used for columns. and deflections. nodes and the part of the columns that were submerged either during float-on. Buoyancy. The distance between down flooding angle and the first righting arm/ heeling arm intercept is greater than the recommended 7 degree minimum in the worst case damaged case scenario. produced maximum moments. brackets. and Stability (Methodology pg. pontoons and nodes respectively. and current forces were not modeled for the structural analysis. Two consecutive tanks were flooded all the way around semi-submersible to analyze the damaged stability response. and nodes were added. GM = 23. In addition the weights of all of the components are of equal and opposite force to the buoyancy resulting in zero net global displacement in the z direction. wave. Six tanks in each pontoon are floodable to reach operational and survival drafts as well . Then.37) Weight approximations of 9. KM = 93. Results pg.. modeled as per ABS code 3-3-A2/3.7. topside. 21. float-off. thus reaction forces for the springs in the x and y directions are zero when the analysis was run. This wave. BM = 63.. Wind.. Springs were added to the joint of the columns and pontoon to represent the mooring lines. The hull buoyancy was simply the weight of the water displaced by the pontoons. the weights of the hull. and a freeboard of 35 ft.

45. General Strength and Structural Design (Methodology pg.5 degree heading and was +/-8. moments. . Heave and pitch/roll response was found using response amplitude operators found from a hull of similar dimensions for the degree headings of 0.9 ft and +/-12..6 ft for the operating 10 year and survival 100 year storm conditions respectively. 67.3 degrees for the operating 10 year and the survival 100 year storm conditions respectively. while the columns contain the maximum moment at 13.5 and 90. The stresses.3 through 3-2-3. that were created from the pressures.5 seconds respectively. 22. The maximum heave response was found to be from the 22. columns.11. 29. which is 1.39) Using closed-form equations. for both wave cases. and pontoon came from the moment diagrams in the static wave case. 32. 47) (ft).OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 4 as to offset a permanent topside center of gravity that is as far from the geographical center of gravity as (47.92 ksi. the structural analysis was performed using the program called ETABS.8x106 kip-ft. The maximum deflection of the hull occurs in the topside. Results pg. the heave and pitch/roll period were determined to be 21. and buoyancy were compared to guidelines from ABS 3-2-3. The stick figure and loadings as previously mentioned were used.5 degrees and +/-4. and stresses for the topside. The stresses for the topside and pontoon were the same while the stresses in the columns were slightly less.8 25.5. weights. 31.17 in. The maximum pitch/roll response was found to be from the 0 degree heading and was +/-2. Hydrodynamics of Motions and Loading (Methodology pg. The maximum stress.42) As stated before. Results pg. The structural analysis was run and the maximum values for the deflections.

Twelve and sixteen leg mooring system designs were tested with chain. The results of these analyses were checked against API 2SK recommended mooring guidelines. The mooring lines at both the fairleads and anchors are composed of chain to account for an increase of stresses at the fairleads and to fit chain jacks. It was determined that the polyester line was ideal for a tautleg system. not to get sediment into the polyester or wire components. polyester.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 5 occurs in the pontoon.02-0. 29. as per ABS recommendations. An increase of 0. Wire as the middle component performed well in both taut and semi-taut designs. While this provided the required stretch for the restoring force in the taut-leg configuration. which is less than the calculated value. and spiral wire components in both taut-leg and semi-taut leg mooring system designs. providing the required in-water weight for the semi-taut system for restoring force but added a significantly larger downward force on the hull. as well as to accommodate the situation where the mooring lines may lay on the ocean floor.43) The mooring design for the semi-submersible was created with the aid of the software program GMOOR. 33. and the wire line was ideal for a semi-taut system. A dynamic analysis of the mooring system was conducted with concurrent environmental forces applied in the direction of each mooring line to find the worst case intact and damaged conditions. it lacked the in-water weight to provide an adequate restoring force in the semitaut design.94 ksi.04mm to the diameter of all the steel components of the mooring line per design year is recommended to . Results: pg. The polyester middle component could also be adapted to work well in both taut and semi-taut leg mooring systems. Mooring (Methodology: pg. Environmental and mooring line component data was manually entered into GMOOR which constructed a model of the system.

The final design was dictated by meeting all mooring objectives and pertinent regulations stipulated in API 2SK as well as minimizing cost.8 Million (USD).94 in. K4 Studless chain at the fairlead. Total hull and mooring capital would then cost $7.350 ft. 35. total anchor cost is $612. but were not included in the final design due to unknown installation costs.36 tons Stevmanta vertically loaded drag embedment anchors built by Vryhof. of 2. With a 12-leg taut mooring system design as previously mentioned.75 in. 9 lbs/ft3 for columns and 14 lbs/ft3 for nodes. . SEPLAs (Suction Embedded Plate Anchors) were also considered for the anchors. Three weight estimates were used for cost approximation purposes: 12 lbs/ft3 for pontoons. of 3. of 3. which are expected to be significantly higher than Stevmanta placement.47) The total hull cost was approximated by steel weight at $12. The Stevmanta was chosen because it performs ideally for taut leg systems and it is much more cost effective than using suction piles.000 per short ton of steel. 7.0 in. The anchors chosen for this design are 11. polyester rope as the middle component and 300 ft.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 6 account for corrosion as per API 2SK Stationkeeping Manual. Results: pg.000 (USD) apiece. Using Stevmanta drag embedment anchors projected to be $51.951 (tons) resulting in a net hull cost of $184 Million (USD). The finalized system was a twelve leg taut system with 200 ft. The final semi-submersible design resulted in a steel weight of 21.000 (USD). K4 Studless chain at the anchor.902 (kips) or 10. line and associated equipment costs are estimated to be $192 Million (USD). Cost (Methodology: pg.

After two weeks of meetings with only small accomplishments in some StabCad familiarization and a Matlab program to quickly develop a StabCad model based on dimension changes a strategic restructuring was required to re-identify and prioritize the order in which analysis would take place. The teams first meeting resulted in the election of Brian Riordan as the team captain who then broke the rest of the members into two-man teams to tackle what was thought at the time the most crucial and most likely governing factors to the design: ABS/API regulatory compliance research. answering some of the questions presented by the different design teams and helping with approximation methods. This list of engineers included: Rod King of Lloyds Register. Philip Poll of Houston Offshore Engineering and Kent Longridge of InterMoor. This structuring seemed to work for a few weeks before it became apparent that each lead had developed his own semi-submersible that met his immediate goals. United States Coast Guard (USCG) and the Marine Pollution Convention (MARPOL) in all applicable areas of chosen conceptual design competencies. whether it was large angle stability. The two-man teams also lead to a lack of accountability in analysis so everyone was given a “point man” or lead status for different aspects of design with a partner assigned to work on the project at the same time to offer aid. Regard was made to given topside dimensions and weight. Regularly scheduled team meetings reviewed progress from each lead to keep everyone on track. required risers and their respective tensions. The final restructuring kept the point man positions previously assigned but had them report immediately to the Team Captain any changes they made or problems they encountered and almost all inter-team communication was then facilitated through the team captain in the following organizational structure seen in Figure 1: Final Team Organization. Acknowledgements It should be noted that a significant amount of help in understanding the problems and approaches to solving offshore issues was provided by engineering mentors currently working in the offshore industry. Introduction The conceptual design team decided to analyze the aforementioned competencies from the standpoint of a four-column ring pontoon semi-submersible platform. water depth and Metocean data associated with the reservoir location. American Petroleum Institute (API). ETABS (structural analysis program) familiarization. International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS).OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 7 Regulatory Compliance Considerations were made towards American Bureau of Shipping (ABS). but did not meet all of them. Peter Noble of ConocoPhillips. StabCad familiarization. and automation of generating StabCad input points from prototype spreadsheet. hydrodynamic properties or structural strength constraints. Engineers of varied backgrounds assisted in the design process by giving guest presentations during classroom meetings. .

a spreadsheet would take the input changes to any dimensional changes. then it would definitely pass an in-depth analysis and was worth pursuing.combining costs of anchors and mooring with the structural steel costs of the hull. all dimension iterations were then compared to the maximum bending and shear stresses for the weakest structural design and with the largest environmental loads. With a freeboard set to a constant. and other dimensions and area moments of inertia were also given to ETABS for structural analysis.Z points generated in the spreadsheet to a StabCad compatible input file for large angle stability analysis. drafts and ballasting requirements. a batch file would run a Matlab program converting the X. and a minimum area moment of inertia used in ETABS while a maximum projected area used for environmental forces. StabCad and ETABS were understood. The general iteration process can be seen in Figure 2: General Iterative Process. If all of these past inspection.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 8 Figure 1: Final Team Organization Team members worked jointly with each other to help solve certain issues within their specific assignments and tried to keep designs dynamic so changes in an interdependent competency were easily updated in their design during the iterative process. freeboards. All other responsibilities were absorbed by the team captain and cost was determined jointly by the Mooring lead and the Team Captain. The maximum concurrent forces were then used in GMOOR to determine mooring line sizes. Once spreadsheets and programs such as GMOOR.Y. To aid in iteration cycle speed. the acceptable column width range was determined by a hydrodynamic analysis. The topside dimensions (with the exception of a horizontal center of gravity) remained constant. so a change in draft and exposed areas of columns were all that were needed to recalculated concurrent environmental forces. If the tested dimensions past hydrodynamic inspection and a quick comparison to worst case scenarios for structural and environmental conditions. . provide hydrodynamic responses.

OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia Figure 2: General Iterative Process 9 .

25 as per API codes. o Platform offset for intact mooring system during operations should not exceed 5% of the water depth. o Platform offset for intact mooring system during survival mode should not exceed 7% of the water depth.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 10 Objectives The conceptual design is to satisfy the following criterion: • Drafts & Freeboard o A maximum float-on float-off draft of 29.67 as per API codes.94 ksi o Maximum column stress of 27. . o Platform must be able to move 150 feet off center in any direction for drilling purposes. o Platform offset for damaged mooring system should not exceed 7% of the water depth. o A minimum operational freeboard (air gap) of 35 ft. determined by Dockwise boat capacity.52 ft.8 ksi o Maximum pontoon stress of 29. • Large Angle Intact Stability o Righting Arm should be greater than 2 times the heeling arm at the down flooding angle. o Dynamic damaged mooring analysis factor of safety should be greater than 1. o Area ratio for a non-ship shaped floating structure should be greater than 1.94 ksi • Mooring o Dynamic intact mooring analysis factor of safety should be greater than 1. o Pretension stress for semi-taut and taut-leg mooring systems should not exceed 20% of the breaking strength. • Large Angle Damaged Stability o There should be a distance greater than 7 degrees between the first intercept of the righting and heeling arm and the down flooding angle.3. • Structural Stress Allowances o Maximum topside stress of 29. based on metocean data. o A maximum of +/-16 ft heave response based recommendations from HOE o A maximum 4◦ pitch/roll for 10 year storm conditions and a maximum 10◦ pitch/roll for 100 year storm conditions based on HOE recommendations. • Hydrodynamic responses o A minimum natural heave and pitch/roll period of 20 seconds based on client requests for optimum operation of topside separation tanks and risers.

Design Basis The design site is in 5.52 ft. water depth in the South China Sea off the coast of Malaysia. Figure 3: Proposed Project Location Even though the relatively short distance makes a wet-towing option economical. .500 ft. The metocean data for the proposed design site was given as follows in Table 1.OCEN 407 Design Class • Team Malaysia 11 Cost o Cost should be minimized while meeting all other objectives. the ringpontoon design considered is not as hydrodynamic as a two-pontoon hull. Singapore has fabrication capacity for both platform topsides and semi-submersible hull only 585 miles from the proposed platform location making Singapore the ideal construction site as seen Figure 3. so designing the hull for the dry-tow option left greater transportation versatility in the event that a wet tow was too expensive. A maximum draft for the dry-tow option is 29.

3. 39.16 ft.1 knots 36. Riser fatigue and topside separation tank effectiveness are a function of natural heave and pitch/roll period.9 2. Vc 2. Hmax Peak Period. Peakedness 1. Tp 12. Since the semi-submersible is not considered ship-shape. For large angle intact stability analysis. ABS recommends that the righting arm should be at least twice the heeling arm at the down flooding angle.7 Parameter. In a damaged stability condition. Height.8 ft.3 knots JONSWAP3 20.7 ft.OCEN 407 Design Class 12 Team Malaysia Table 1: Metocean Data Location Malaysia Max Design Condition Operating Extreme Environmental 10 Year 100 Year Component Wind: Wind Spectrum API RP 2A API RP 2A Speed. 1. as seen in Figure 4. ABS stipulates an acceptable 10 year storm pitch/roll to be a maximum of 4 degrees and a 100 year storm pitch/roll to be a maximum of 10 degrees. natural heave and pitch/roll period were designed to be higher than 20 seconds as per client requests. As such. HOE recommends heave response to be within +/. putting the minimum air gap at 26 ft.7 sec.4 ft. In addition. by 220 ft. Hs Maximum Wave 30. Height. ABS recommends a minimum distance between the first intercept of the righting and heeling arm to be at least 7 degrees from the down flooding angle. 13.5 knots The environment is fairly benign with insignificant swells and a 100 year significant wave height of about 21 ft. Design Methodology General Arrangement and Overall Hull Design The original general hull design was as basic as could be: a square ring pontoon supporting four square columns with outer column edges flush with the given topside dimensions of 220 ft. Assuming linear wave theory applies.1 ft. the required minimum area ratio is 1. γ Surface Speed. for both 10 year and 100 year storm conditions. to the 100 year significant wave height to determine a minimum freeboard or air gap.1 sec. Vw (1 hour31. ABS suggests adding 5 ft.9 knots mean at 10 m) Sea Waves: Wave Spectrum JONSWAP3 Significant Wave 16. .

OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 13 Figure 4: Original Basic Hull Design After calculating small angle stability and response periods. Figure 5: Modified Basic Hull Design Acceptable small angle stability and physical center data seemed within reason and response periods. freeboard and float-on and float-off drafts were also easily obtainable within their . it was difficult to find a set of dimensions that met the objectives adequately so the pontoon lengths were increased. spreading the distance between the columns so that the topside deck corners were set on the geographical centers of the tops of each column as seen in Figure 5.

Figure 6: Wind Height Divisions The area of each of the different components in between each 50 foot increment was then computed. The following equation was used to determine the wind forces: F = C S C H CW SV 2 Where CS is a coefficient which comes from the shape of the structure in consideration. The current forces were calculated using the same spreadsheet listed in . Wind and Current Loading An Excel spreadsheet was created to calculate all of the wind forces acting on the platform. The forces were computed for every 45 degrees around the platform. Also based on the type of structure each component was (i. To determine the height coefficients the semi was broken up into 50 foot increments. V is the average wind speed for a one hour time interval.e. For all the components in between 50 foot increments a height coefficient was assigned. The areas of these increments were then computed which is the value S. The CW coefficient is a standard coefficient that accounts for several constant factors.) assigned a shape coefficient found in the ABS MODU manual. It was determined that the greatest load would come when the wind impacted the rig on its northeast corner. flat hull. These coefficients were found from the ABS MODU manual. The excel spreadsheet can be seen in Appendix 1. To compute the wind force the platform above the waterline had to first be broken up into 50 foot increments as seen in Figure 6. All following iterations were made with the general basic hull design as seen in Figure 5. Both the coefficient of shape and height come from recommended figures provided by ABS.OCEN 407 Design Class 14 Team Malaysia accepted ranges. CH is the coefficient of height which is based off the height of the structure above the mean water line. truss. cylinder etc.

OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 15 Appendix C: Environmental Loads. to half of the topside height. The current force was computed using the equation below which is similar to that of the wind force equation mentioned above. entire length of the column. Local and Global Loading The program that is used for structural analysis of the semi-submersible is ETABS. and columns were determined by moments of inertia. Figure 7: Semi-submersible Current Drag Coefficients(ABS MODU) The mean wave drift force was calculated using the force coefficients given in the GMOOR example file. Unlike the wind force however the projected area of the submerged area did not have to broken down into smaller areas. The height of the model is the distance from the center of the pontoon. This is a three-dimensional analysis program for building systems. which is 220 feet. pontoon. Equivalent cross-sectional areas for the beams. Then the force is the coefficient times the wave amplitude squared. A rigid plate was placed on top of the columns . Since there is more exposed surface area when the current is flowing toward the semi at a 45 degree angle the force acting on the corner of the hull will be greatest at the corners under this condition. which is 118 feet. The length of the pontoons and topside come from the distance from center to center of the columns. however a shape coefficient was computed based on the radius the corners of the columns and pontoons. The model that is inputted into ETABS is a stick figure version of the hull design. The wave period must be matched to the value given in the file. F = C S SV 2 In equation 8 all of the variables have the exact same meaning as those for equation 4 but the coefficient of shape was calculated from API 2SK Figure C-2 which is shown below in Figure 7. Because the geometry of the hull is symmetrical there was no need to compute the load for more than one side and one corner.

. In this load case. This model. One analysis has the structure submerged in a constant draft of 67. Thus.7 ft.7 states that “A diagonal wave (30-60 degrees) from the bow with a length of about one and half times the diagonal distance between pontoon ends will induce the maximum design longitudinal shear force between the pontoons. Figure 9: ETABS Model with Waterline The other analysis contains a static wave that causes the maximum deflection and moments. and the crest of the wave was placed across the diagonal of the semi-submersible.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 16 to represent the topside.. shown in Figure 8 was input into ETABS with forces applied. the longitudinal forces on the two pontoons and columns are maximized and acting in the opposite directions. shown in Figure 10. shown in Figure 9.” The diagonal wave was modeled at 45 degrees from the bow. the horizontal bracings will be subject to the maximum bending moment. Figure 8: ETABS Structural Model Two different types of analyses were performed on the structure. To find the maximum deflection of the topside and pontoons.74 ft. ABS code 3-3-A2/3. the maximum moment needs to be determined. with a wavelength of 466.

Figure 11: Static Wave Model with Trough across Diagonal The main forces on the hull are from hydrostatic pressures.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 17 Figure 10: Static Wave Model with Crest across Diagonal The same wave was entered with the trough across the diagonal of the structure. From this point forward. this can be seen in Figure 11. only the case with the crest across the diagonal will be discussed. and current forces.2 ft/sec2 z = water depth Pdynamic = ρ gAe kz Where: A = amplitude of wave k = wave number = 2π/L . which are more dominating than wind. The two cases involving the static wave gave similar results.99 slugs/ft3 g = 32. The total pressure is determined by the static and dynamic pressure equations: Ptotal = Pstatic + Pdynamic Pstatic = ρ gz Where: ρ = 1. wave.

and Z Directions without Wave . while the two latter figures contain the static wave with 100 year storm significant wave height and a wavelength 1. and Figure 15. and Z Directions without Wave Figure 13: Pressures in Negative X. without static wave acting on it. The two former figures display the structure in water.5 times the hull diagonal length as specified by ABS. for display reasons. Y. Y.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 18 These forces were put into ETABS as two different load combinations. Figure 14. shown in Figure 12. Figure 12: Pressures in Positive X. Figure 13.

159 kips each. . risers. The eight risers. and the mooring lines. were also inputted as uniformly distributed loads. Located at the top of the columns are the twelve mooring lines. This weight distribution can be seen in Figure 16. The weight of the topside is 40. were added to the bottom of the columns. Y.256 kips and was uniformly distributed across the rigid plate on top of the model. These weights include the topside.756 kips. and Z Directions with Static Wave Figure 15: Pressures in Negative X. Y.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 19 Figure 14: Pressures in Positive X. respectively. are located on opposite sides of the pontoon with four on each side. 4. pontoon. weighting 68 kips each.753 kips and 54. columns. 4. nodes. The weights of the nodes. weighing an average of 444 kips each. The weight of the columns and pontoons. and Z Directions with Static Wave All of the weights of the semi-submersible were then added to the model.

028 kips as seen in Figure 17.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 20 Figure 16: Weight Distribution of Semi-Submersible Components The buoyancy force counteracts the weights of the entire semi-submersible and is equal to 135. . Figure 17: Buoyancy Force Springs were placed at the nodes between the columns and the pontoons to represent the mooring lines. shown in Figure 18.

OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 21 Figure 18: Springs Attached at Nodes The spring stiffness is determined by: k = F/x Where: F = average force of mooring line (from GMOOR) at fairlead = 116. pontoon and nodes respectively. (from watch circle defined by ABS as 10% of the water depth) Weight. 12 and 14 lbs/ft3 for columns.8 kips x = maximum displacement of semi-submersible = 550 ft. Buoyancy and Stability Weight approximations were given for each of the main shapes used in the basic hull design were 9. The buoyancy is modeled as a point force at the geometric center of the submerged portion of the column with a magnitude equal to the weight of displaced water. The weight of the columns seen in Figure 20 is modeled as a point mass for stability at the geometrical center of the column. Figure 19: Column Diagram .

For operational and survival conditions.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 22 The weight of the pontoon seen in Figure 20 is modeled as a point mass in the center of each pontoon. the nodes weight is modeled as a point mass located at the geometric center of the node and the buoyancy is modeled as point buoyancy located at the center of the submerged portion of the node. The force applied at the buoyancy point is equal to the weight of displaced water.there being four individual pontoons in the ring. . under both operational and survival conditions the nodes are completely submerged and are only partially submerged in a float-on or float-off scenario. Figure 21: Node Diagram Like the columns and pontoon. Like the pontoon. The buoyancy is modeled as a point buoyancy in the geometrical center of the submerged portion of each of the pontoons in the ring. the pontoon is completely submerged. Only in a float-on or float-off scenario is the pontoon possibly only partially submerged. Figure 20: Pontoon Diagram The nodes were modeled as the densest part of the hull and are the portion of the hull where the columns intersect the ring pontoon as seen in Figure 21. The magnitude of force applied at the buoyancy point is equal to the weight of the displaced volume of water.

These risers were placed in the spreadsheet shown in the diagram in Figure 22. or an offset CG. Eight steel catenary risers (SCR) were required for production. This offset may require a significant amount of ballasting to offset. In this scenario. all at different tensions. ballasting would be used to temporarily offset the asymmetrical weight of topside during float-on/float-off operations and until the missing topside component is delivered. These scenarios were kept in mind during the ballasting tank design.0) (with the origin at the top. It was initially thought that ballasting tanks would have to be used to counteract the offset CG. . If production deadlines are not met. middle of the deck). a scenario might occur where most of the topside is moved out with the hull to the project location and another topside component is derived at a later time.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 23 Two conditions were considered in regard to given topside horizontal center of gravity: a given CG of (0. and thus put the float-on/float-off draft over the maximum draft allowed. The ideal scenario would be a topside with a given centered horizontal center of gravity. but it was also thought possible to hang the SCRs as evenly as possible off opposite sides of the hull to minimize CG shift. Conditions may arise in fabrication resulting in a slight or even drastic movement of the CG from the topside center that would have to be permanently offset in ballasting tanks.

Resultant center of gravity was calculated from transverse. draft and freeboard. lateral and vertical moments as seen in Figure 23. .OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 24 Figure 22: Riser Placement and Ballasting Tank Diagram Mooring weight and/or tension at fairleads had to be added as well to find the final vertical center of gravity. The mooring tensions (found in a later part of the report) are also shown at the corners of the diagram in Figure 22: Riser Placement and Ballasting Tank Diagram.

Tank ballasting levels were determined by an automated Macro imbedded in a spreadsheet that would first balance the hull by filling some of the tanks to .OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 25 Figure 23: Balancing Spreadsheet To satisfy damaged stability criteria recommended in ABS. 6 equally sized tanks were placed in each of the four pontoons.

. Figure 24: Auto Ballasting Example A float-on/float-off scenario for a (0. A demonstration of an auto-ballasting spreadsheet system can be seen in Figure 24.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 26 counteract any offsetting topside CG.52 ft.) and the draft was less than the maximum allowed by Dockwise equipment (29. An example of this scenario can be seen in Figure 25. then filling them all to reach a 35 ft. freeboard. then consolidating the ballasting water into as few tanks as a simple algorithm could handle.0) topside CG analysis simply involved removing riser and mooring tension and emptying tanks. If the small angle stability was acceptable (GM greater than 10 ft.) then float-on/float-off would remain a viable option.

An example of this scenario is seen in Figure 26. Any increase in ballasting weight.52 ft. the gravity to metacentric height is in excess of the target 10 ft. . and the draft is less than the maximum 29. however. would increase the already relatively deep draft for float-on/float-off and could quickly remove dry-towing from transportation options.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 27 Figure 25: Horizontally Centered Topside CG Float-on/Float-off Scenario As is evident in Figure 25. The only method the hull has to counteract an offset topside CG is with ballasting. leaving a dry-tow an option for this design. An offset topside CG for a float-on/float-off scenario was also considered and also seemed more critical than for an operational situation.

This stability analysis was only valid for small angles of list. For quick analysis the gravity to metacentric height (GM) was used to determine right away if the proposed design dimensions would result in a stable hull or not.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 28 Figure 26: Excessive topside CG offset for Float-on/Float-off The draft in Figure 26: Excessive topside CG offset for Float-on/Float-off is highlighted red signifying an error that was triggered by excessive draft for the float-on/float-off condition. so StabCad was used for the large angle stability analysis. . An intact stability analysis was run first resulting in a graph similar to the example shown in Figure 27.

.3 ⎜ ⎝ Area[C + B ] ⎠ than the heeling arm moment at the down flooding inclination angle for 100 knot winds.3 ⎟ and two. that the area ratio is greater ⎛ Area[ A + B] ⎞ ≥ 1. A damaged case analysis stipulated that the worst-case scenario of any two consecutive flooded tanks anywhere in the hull had to result in a minimum 7 degree distance between the first intercept between the righting arm and heeling arm and the down flooding angle as seen in Figure 28 in 50 knot winds. that the righting arm moment is at least 2 times greater than 1. two basic requirements were to be met: one.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 29 Figure 27: Intact Stability Objective Diagram For an intact analysis.

txt file in a StabCad friendly format. A simple example of this StabCad model can be seen in Figure 29. and Z points and saved them as a . Hull volumes were defined differently than the topside volumes and shape coefficients were applied to each of the topside components. and panels were defined according to where solid planes were in the model. A batch file then ran a Matlab program that took the Excel spreadsheet X. freeboard and hydrodynamics tests a spreadsheet recorded the X.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 30 Figure 28: Damaged Stability Objective Diagram Once dimensions passed small angle stability. Y. The text file was saved as a new StabCad file which was then run to check large angle stability for intact and damaged cases. Down flooding points were placed at the tops of the columns. Figure 29: StabCad Model . Y and Z positions of each key point used for a StabCad model.

Two formulas were used to perform these tests: 2m THeave = 2Π ρgAwp Where: m = mass ρ = density g = gravity Awp = Water plane area TRoll = 2Π I Awp gGM Where: I = Second Moment of Inertia with respect to water plane GM = distance from the center of gravity to metacenter In addition to heave and pitch/roll periods.OCEN 407 Design Class 31 Team Malaysia Hydrodynamics of Motions and Loading One of the early objective conformity tests was in hydrodynamics. . A virtual added mass approximation of 100% the hull weight was used to determine heave period. were to be determined. conforming to ABS recommendations. heave and pitch responses. Figure 30 shows a simplified example of heave motion. having both heave and pitch/roll natural periods greater than 20 seconds. A simplified dynamic free-body diagram can be seen in Figure 30. the governing equation used for calculation can be seen in the following equation. RAO is defined as response amplitude of the structure per unit wave height or wave amplitude. F(t) m k c Figure 30: Simplified example of heave motion RAO (Response Amplitude Operator) data was found using a hull of similar dimensions in GMOOR.

A stick figure was modeled to represent the semi-submersible. the equation for the stress is: . A rigid plate was placed on top of the columns to represent the topside. The stresses that are created from these forces are compared to the ABS code 3-2-3. and buoyancy loadings. = factor of safety = 1.e.S. F= Fy F .11.67 For the columns. and stiffeners. and modeled as 1. The values of the stress for the topside and pontoon from ABS come from the following equations. The thickness of the columns and pontoon is 1 inch.General As previously stated. RMS = ∆ω iΣ ( RAO 2 i S (ω ) ) RS = ∆ω i RAO 2 i S (ω ) Where: ω is in rad/s and S(ω) is the metocean data calculated using JONSWAP The limits recommended by ABS are defined as +/-16 feet for all heave maximum responses.OCEN 407 Design Class •• Team Malaysia 32 • m X + c X + kX = F ( t ) = Re { F0 eiwt } Where: m = Equivalent Virtual Mass of System (Real mass +Added mass) c = Equivalent Viscous Damping Coefficient of System k = Equivalent Stiffness of System F(t) =External Force (i. pontoon. to account for scantling. The model length of the pontoons and topside is 220 feet. while the height of the model is 118 feet. Regular Wave Force) RAO values in conjunction with JONSWAP data were used to develop maximum heave and pitch/roll responses for different headings using the following equations.3 through 3-2-3. +/-4 degrees for pitch/roll maximum response using 10 year storm data. Where: Fy = yield strength of steel F. with the previous stated pressure.S . weight. Strength and Structural Design . ribs. Equivalent cross-sectional areas for the beams.25 in. and columns were determined by moments of inertia. the program called ETABS was used to perform the structural analysis. and +/-10 degrees for pitch/roll maximum response using 100 year storm data.

there is a limit to how much the platform can offset because in most cases with steel catenary risers an offset greater than 5 percent of the water depths will cause increased fatigue on the risers or break them. Due to the limited amount of time available for this design a preliminary analysis was performed that tested the viability of using polyester rope and stranded wire for taut and semi-taut systems. for the yield strength of the steel used. For the columns.S . it was found that for a taut mooring configuration. for this design analysis it was decided to investigate the use a polyester rope as well at steel stranded wire. The reason for this is that polyester is much lighter than wire and so decreases the weight on the platform and has a much hire modulus of elasticity which allows for more restoring force. Also if the mooring system is to tight then if the platform suffers an impact from a large wave such as a rouge wave it can cause a very sudden and dramatic acceleration of the platform that can throw workers to the floor and damage equipment. The mooring system does allow for some movement of the platform so that the amount of tension in the mooring lines is reduced which allows for smaller diameter mooring lines thus reducing material costs. However. It was decided that a twelve leg taut and semi-taut mooring system should be analyzed along with a sixteen leg taut and semi-taut. the polyester outperformed . these properties were also provided by InterMoor. common for many types of steels. the stress is calculated to be 27.OCEN 407 Design Class F= Team Malaysia 33 Fcr F . However.94 ksi. The actual material properties used for the polyester rope were those provided by InterMoor and for the stranded wire the material properties of steel jacketed spiral stranded wire were used. After preliminary tests. by comparing the polyester rope and stranded wire designs with similar break strengths. A catenary mooring system was not analyzed because at 5500 foot water depths such systems become very heavy and much more difficult to install. Traditionally mooring lines have consisted of a chain fairlead and ground chain and a wire rope in between the two. ⎛ Fy 2 ⎞ ⎛ Kl ⎞ 2 Fcr = Fy − ⎜ 2 ⎟ ⎜ ⎟ ⎜ 4π E ⎟ ⎝ r ⎠ ⎝ ⎠ Where: Fcr = critical stress of steel E = Modulus of Elasticity K = effective length factor r = radius of gyration By using 50 ksi. the stresses for the topside and pontoon are both 29. Mooring The purpose of a mooring system is to limit the semi-submersibles movement so that the platform remains in place over the equipment on the sea floor.8 ksi.

such as weight. GMOOR would test the mooring system with all lines intact and then break each line sequentially and then reset it and test the next line. The optimization was performed by shortening the line lengths and decreasing the diameters to minimize material costs while making sure not to sacrifice the safety of the system. environmental force coefficients. By analyzing the mooring system this way. GMOOR was able to find the worse case scenario.5 times heavier than the polyester system. The wire in fact did not pass API design guidelines because the minimum factor of safety for the stranded wire configuration was only 1.67 for Dynamically Analysis Minimum Factor of Safety for Damaged Condition 1. it was decided that further analysis for taut legs would only be performed with polyester rope and chain configurations. it was possible to determine not only the response when the 1st. The testing included running a batch file that dynamically analyzed the environmental forces as being collinear and tested them at 22. The mooring designs were tested against guidelines created by the American Petroleum Institute (API) and the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) which are: • • • • Maximum Offset for Intact Operational Condition 5% of Water Depth Maximum Offset for Damaged/Survival Condition 7% of Water Depth Minimum Factor of Safety for Intact Condition 1. Due to these features of the polyester line. when a larger diameter is used for the line. Once these files are created. However. the semi-taut configuration needs the weight in the mooring lines to help pull the platform back to its proper position. This file also includes the length and diameter of each element in the mooring line. design break strength. GMOOR then allows the user to enter environmental forces and the angle at which they act on the platform.5 degree intervals around the platform. 2nd or 3rd most loaded line is broken. initiating fatigue sooner. As a result. GMOOR is a software package that allows the user to input the water depth. but the response when any line is broken.1. the wire mooring configuration was 4. When testing the semi-taut design. a software program called GMOOR was used. A separate input file is created for the actual mooring lines to be used. In order to test the four designs.25 for Dynamically Analysis . the depth of the anchor. Although wire is less expensive per pound than polyester. Therefore. There are two reasons for this occurrence: elasticity of the polyester and that it is almost neutrally buoyant in water. GMOOR assumes that anchors can never fail. At each of these intervals. However. which are computed from the environmental loads computed earlier in the report. it was discovered that the polyester allowed the offset of the platform to be greater than the API guidelines. GMOOR combines them and constructs a diagram of what the design will look like and analyzes the tensions acting on the mooring lines and the anchor. and stretch properties. the wire diameter and length were increased until they passed the guidelines. The location of the semi-submersible’s fairleads is also entered into the GMOOR input file along with RAO data. allowing the user to break lines in order to check the damaged performance of the mooring system. To compensate for this. Four designs were fully tested and optimized using GMOOR. The reason that the wire had much lower factors of safety is because the wire is less elastic than the polyester. and the lateral distance from the fairlead to the anchor.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 34 the stranded wire. it is more difficult to install. the cost of materials for the two designs is still similar. For semi-taut configurations only stranded wire and chain configurations would be considered. The API guidelines used for comparison are listed later in this section. This file contains the physical characteristics of the different mooring lines used.

Figure 31: Final Hull Dimensions Wind and Current Loading After completing the excel spreadsheet to calculate the wind. for both operational and survival conditions. this was beyond the scope of the design because the actual current. These dimensions were larger than originally expected. Table 2 shows the result of these calculations. Results General Arrangement and Overall Hull Design Final dimensions are seen in Figure 31. being governed by down flooding angle rather than the expected freeboard. which includes materials and equipment but not installation costs. Such situations can cause unexpected responses. . current and wave loads the excel spreadsheet added up the sum of all the forces to calculate the total environmental load acting on the platform. However.OCEN 407 Design Class • Team Malaysia 35 Polyester Rope/Jacketed Spiral must not touch seafloor Ideally.2 million. wind and wave directions were unknown since there are no obtainable historical records. this mooring analysis would include analyzing the various environmental loads coming from the actual average directions and other various angles to the platform rather than examining them only as collinear. Cost The total cost of this design is approximately $7.

and columns. pontoons.6 603.2 Local and Global Loading ETABS was run with pressures.6 472. .5 NE NW SE 598. and spring forces on the model. and the weights of all of the components are cancelled out from buoyancy to have no reaction in the Z direction. Figure 32: Deflections and Displacements Since the wind.0 354. as shown in Figure 33. Figure 32 displays an exaggerated model of the deflections and displacements of the topside. the reaction forces for the springs in the X and Y directions are zero. wave.3 462.6 East 443.OCEN 407 Design Class 36 Team Malaysia Table 2: Total Environmental Loads Operational Conditions (kips) North South West 381.2 473.4 NE NW SE 470.6 370.8 SW 592.8 East 349.4 450.1 587. buoyancy. and current forces were not modeled for the structural analysis.5 Survival Conditions (kips) North South West 488. weights.7 SW 465.

OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 37 Figure 33: Reaction Forces Weight. . operating draft and optional survival draft seen in Figure 34. Buoyancy and Stability Finalized dimensions resulted in the float-on/float-off (labeled as tow out/ loading) draft. Figure 34: Final Drafts Auto-ballasting could handle a permanent CG offset of 47 ft in both lateral and transverse directions for operational and survival conditions as seen in Figure 35.

A maximum acceptable topside CG shift of 10 ft in both lateral and transverse directions is seen in Figure 36. and offset topside CG is likely more crucial for float-on/float-off conditions.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 38 Figure 35: Maximum Permanent Offset for Operational and Survival Conditions Due to draft constraints. .

The maximum heave response occurs at a 22.8 and 25.OCEN 407 Design Class 39 Team Malaysia Figure 36: Maximum Permanent Offset for Float-on/Float-off Condition Hydrodynamics of Motions and Loading Using previously mentioned equations in a spreadsheet that can be seen in Appendix A: Hydrodynamics of Motions and Loading.46 11.5° 8.5 degree heading and the maximum response for pitch/roll occurs at a 0 degree heading as can also be seen in bold type in Table 3. the area of the water plane was the same for a hull on the heavy side of weight approximation as one running on the light side.24 11. Table 3: Maximum Responses Heave Maximum Response (ft) 0° RAO Heading 7.5° 1.78 67. Since the auto-ballasting Macro run in the ballasting spreadsheet kept the freeboard at 35 ft.3 seconds for heave and pitch/roll respectively.26 22..5 seconds for heave and pitch/roll respectively.58 2.76 67.15 Pitch/Roll Maximum Response (°) 0° 2.49 4. Therefore.57 45° 8.61 22. for a hull running on the light side of weight approximations. Table 3 shows maximum responses for heave and pitch/roll for each heading angle used.69 0. Both heavy and light cases were above the minimum 20 second natural period objectives.86 .23 3.91 12. a hull running on the heavy side of the weight approximation had response periods of 21.25 90° 8.26 10 Year Storm 100 Year Storm 10.response periods were 21.24 11.5° 2.55 2.22 90° 0.5° 8.8 and 25.86 45° 1.

Response 100 Year.200 1.000 0.5 Degree.600 JONSWAP Response 0.200 0. 10 Year. Response 1.JONSWAP]/peak.000 -0.200 0 0. 22.000 -0. 22.400 0. Spectral Analysis (Heave) [RAO.200 0.5° heading heave spectral analysis [RAO. Spectral Analysis (Heave) 1.5 1 1.200 0 0.400 0.5 1 1.5° heading heave spectral analysis .600 JONSWAP Response 0. 22.800 RAO 0.000 0.5 w (rad/s) Figure 37: 10 year.5 Degree. JONSWAP and resultant response plots for each of the maximum cases.5 w (rad/s) Figure 38: 100 year.OCEN 407 Design Class 40 Team Malaysia Figure 37 through Figure 40 show the RAO.800 RAO 0.JONSWAP]/peak.200 1. 22.

Table 4: Actual Hull Response and Recommended Values Actual Max Recommended Max Heave 10 Year Conditions +/.4 ft Pitch/Roll 100 Year Conditions +/.57 ft +/.200 1.4. Response 100 Year.000 -0.000 0.400 Response 0.600 JONSWAP 0.12. 0° heading pitch/roll spectral analysis The final max responses compared to the recommended maximum values can be seen in Table 4 and are well within the maximum values recommended by ABS. Response 10 Year. Spectral Analysis (Pitch) 1.800 RAO 0.200 0 0.91 ft +/.JONSWAP]/peak.000 0. 0 Degree.49 ft +/.5 w (rad/s) Figure 39: 10 year. 0° heading pitch/roll spectral analysis [RAO.200 0.16 ft Heave 100 Year Conditions +/. 0 Degree.400 0.JONSWAP]/peak.600 JONSWAP Response 0.200 0 0.200 0.5 1 1.800 RAO 0.200 1.16 ft Pitch/Roll 10 Year Conditions +/.5 w (rad/s) Figure 40: 100 year.8.5 1 1.10 ft .2.000 -0.OCEN 407 Design Class 41 Team Malaysia [RAO. Spectral Analysis (Pitch) 1.26 ft +/.

92 ksi 29.76 ksi 29. Figure 41: Shear Diagram Figure 42: Bending Moment Diagram From the shear and moment diagrams and tables. and stresses of the topside beams.37x106 kip-ft 29.30x10 kip-ft .8 ksi 6 29.59x106 kip-ft 29. (outward) Pontoon 0.OCEN 407 Design Class 42 Team Malaysia Strength and Structural Design . the deflections. pontoons.94 ksi 6 23. (upward) Topside 1.81 in. (outward) Pontoon 0.6 ksi 27.94 ksi 13. (downward) Columns 0.17 in. Table 5: Deflections.8x106 kip-ft 29.16 in.51 ksi 29.62x10 kip-ft 13.94 ksi 27. (downward) Columns 0.88 ksi 23.94 ksi 6 4.76 in.6x10 kip-ft 5. respectively.7 ksi 29. Moments.8 ksi 5.05 in. and Stresses of Structure Static Wave Constant Draft Deflections Topside 1.General The shear and moment diagrams due to the applied forces are shown in Figure 41 and Figure 42. moments. and columns for both cases are shown in Table 5. (upward) Moments Calculated Stresses Stresses from ABS Guidelines 4.04 in.

which could cause buckling in the beams.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 43 The deflections are small enough to not cause any damage. The stresses caused by the forces acting on the hull fall within the ABS code. the stresses are very close to the recommended values. and should not cause any motion discomfort. The thickness of 1 inch chosen for the hull is a good value to give small deflections and to keep the stresses within ABS recommendations. along with cost efficiency. Mooring When all required data is entered into GMOOR it can generate a plan view or a 3D view of the inputted mooring system. the lines are positioned to 30 degrees from horizontal with 15 degrees between each line . Figure 43: 12 Leg Spread Figure 44 shows the plan view for the sixteen leg taut and semi-taut configurations. Also. but could possibly be reduced to help with reducing moments and stresses. the lines are positioned to 30 degrees from horizontal with 15 degrees between each line. Figure 43 shows the plan view for the twelve leg taut and semi-taut configurations.

survival and damaged survival conditions to the recommended guidelines.00 4.OCEN 407 Design Class 44 Team Malaysia Figure 44: 16 Leg Spread Figure 45 shows the results of the tests ran in GMOOR for each mooring configuration.00 5% Max Offset 5.00 1.00 7% Max Offset 6. 7.00 0.00 12 Leg Taut 12 Leg Semi -Taut 1.00 16 Leg Semi -Taut 2. The figure compares the minimum factor of safety for intact and damaged conditions under survival storm conditions with the API guidelines.00 Min FOS Intact Min FOS Damaged Max Offset Max Offset Operational (% Survival (% WD) WD) Max Offset Damaged (% WD) Figure 45: Mooring Analysis Results .25 Min Damaged FOS 16 Leg Taut 3. It also compares the offset of the platform as percent of water depth for operational.67 Min Damaged FOS 1.

) was $450.000. The price of the mooring design also makes this the most cost effective choice.00 12 Leg Taut 12 Leg Semi-Taut 16 Leg Taut 16 Leg Semi-Taut Design Type Figure 46: Mooring Material and Equipment Costs After careful comparison of the different mooring designs it was decided that the twelve leg taut mooring system would be the best option. The cost of equipment (chain jacks. The 300 feet of chain at the fairlead allows for the platform to offset in any direction up to 150 feet drilling purposes.000.25 inches in diameter for the 20 design life in this project.000.OCEN 407 Design Class 45 Team Malaysia For each of the designs the cost was computed using the different line costs as $3. Figure 46 reflects the cost of each mooring configuration for line material costs and equipment costs. Also the twelve leg taut design does have a good offset distance it is loose enough to not cause the response to be to rigid while it is tight enough that it doesn’t get too close to recommended max offset.00 $6. however it does not represent the installation costs.94 inch Marlowpoly polyester rope. The diameters of these chains reflect the added diameter for corrosion allowance as specified by API 2SK guidelines which is a range of 0.40 per pound. Mooring Line Costs $14.000. at the maximum of 150 feet it was found that the minimum factor of safety in the 10 year storm .000. it does have values well above the recommended minimum.00 $4. and 300 feet of 3. The 12 leg taut system consists of 200 feet of 2.000.000.2 to 0.75 inch diameter K4 Studless chain for the anchor. It was decided to be a little conservative in the corrosion allowance so a value of 0.000.3 millimeter per service year was chosen resulting in an increased of 0.20 per pound for polyester mooring line. fairleads etc.00 $10. 7350 feet of 3. The tests were performed without the additional corrosion allowance as suggested by API 2SK.000.000 per line.000.000.00 $2.4 millimeters per service year.0 inch K4 Studless chain for the fairlead.00 Total Cost in US Dollars $12. Figure 28 is a 3D drawing of the mooring system created by GMOOR.000.000.00 $8.000. This conclusion was developed based on the fact that the twelve leg taut design while not having the best factor of safeties. The extra diameter of the chain at the fairlead is to compensate for the extra fatigue generated at the fairlead. the jacketed spiral costs $2.00 $0.07 per pound and the chain costs $1.

Figure 48: Final Mooring Design .2 million. the final component diameters including corrosion allowances and component locations. Figure 47: Chosen 12-leg Taut Mooring Design Figure 48 shows the final 12 leg taut mooring system design.94 damaged which meets API guidelines.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 46 condition is 2.63 intact and 1. The total cost of this design is approximately $7. which includes materials and equipment but not installation costs. Figure 47 shows the 3D rendering created by GMOOR of the chosen 12 leg taut leg mooring system.

The steel cost of one Stevmanta anchor is approximately $51. For the vertically loaded drag embedment anchor the Vryhof Stevmanta anchor was chosen because the information for sizing was available.00 $2.000.00 Total Cost in US Dollars $12.000 (USD). Cost The final mooring line cost with associated equipment for the chosen 12-leg taut system can be seen in Figure 49.000 (USD) capital.000.00 $0. The two options available for a taut leg mooring system are suction piles and vertically loaded drag embedment anchors.00 $8. The total capital cost was approximately $192. For designing the suction pile InterMoor volunteered to size the anchor base on the tension load computed in GMOOR.OCEN 407 Design Class 47 Team Malaysia After designing the mooring configuration the type and size of anchor needed to be determined.000.5 tons. and a top thickness of 5.000.000.000.000.000.000 (USD). Final hull dimensions with approximate densities and $12.00 $10.000 (USD) a piece.36 tons.5 in. Using the Vryhof Anchor Manual and the tension at the anchor found from GMOOR for the chosen mooring design the necessary size of the Stevmanta anchor was found to be 11.000. .000 per ton. The steel cost for 12 of these anchors was only $612.000 (USD) approximately.000 (USD) and the steel cost of one suction pile is approximately $340.000.00 $6.000. Based on the drastic difference in price the undeniably most cost effective solution was the Stevmanta vertically loaded drag embedment anchor.00 12 Leg Taut 12 Leg Semi-Taut 16 Leg Taut 16 Leg Semi-Taut Design Type Figure 49: Mooring Cost Summary The Stevmanta anchors chosen were priced at $51. The weight of this anchor is 75. Mooring Line Costs $14.000. Because installation and manufacturing costs for both anchors was not available the decision of which anchor to be used had to be based off the material costs. cost approximately $184.000. The result was a suction pile 56 feet long with an outside diameter of 6 feet and a wall thickness of 1.000 (USD).000.000.000.65 in. running a total capital cost of $612.00 $4.

25 as per API codes. o A maximum 4◦ pitch/roll for 10 year storm conditions and a maximum 10◦ pitch/roll for 100 year storm conditions based on ABS recommendations.8 ksi o Maximum pontoon stress of 29. o A maximum of +/-16 ft heave response based on ABS recommendations.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 48 Conclusion All of the following objectives of the chosen competencies have been met in excess of minimum recommendations stipulated by pertinent regulatory agencies.94 ksi o Maximum column stress of 27. • Structural Stress Allowances o Maximum topside stress of 29.94 ksi • Mooring o Dynamic intact mooring analysis factor of safety should be greater than 1.3. o Platform offset for intact mooring system during operations should not exceed 5% of the water depth. • Large Angle Intact Stability o Righting Arm should be greater than 2 X the heeling arm at the down flooding angle. based on metocean data. o Platform offset for damaged mooring system should not exceed 7% of the water depth. • Large Angle Damaged Stability o There should be a distance greater than 7 degrees between the first intercept of the righting and heeling arm and the down flooding angle.67 as per API codes. determined by Dockwise boat capacity. o Area ratio for a non-ship shaped floating structure should be greater than 1. . o Platform offset for intact mooring system during survival mode should not exceed 7% of the water depth. o A minimum operational freeboard (air gap) of 35 ft. o Pretension stress for semi-taut and taut-leg mooring systems should not exceed 20% of the breaking strength. o Dynamic damaged mooring analysis factor of safety should be greater than 1.52 ft. • Hydrodynamic responses o A minimum natural heave and pitch/roll period of 20 seconds based on client requests for optimum operation of topside separation tanks and risers. • Cost o Cost should be minimized while meeting all other objectives. • Drafts & Freeboard o A maximum float-on float-off draft of 29. o Platform must be able to move 150 feet off center in any direction for drilling purposes.

Stevmanta and SEPLAs) need to be completed before placement. If sloshing proves to be an issue. Hydrodynamics of Motions and Loading 6. Wind and Current Loading 3. There is also a discrepancy between industry review and product recommendations as to whether drag embedment anchors such as Stevmantas are ideal for a taut-leg mooring system or not. Further StabCad analysis is suggested to confirm this. Clarification as to the precision placement capabilities of Stevmanta anchors and the associated installation costs for the three different types of anchors analyzed (Suction Piles. The governing objective forcing the columns higher was the location of the modeled down flooding points instead of the expected minimum freeboard. . A reduction of column height in either case will allow a reduction in required pontoon and node sizes further. A significant variable in cost for anchors is in installation. Buoyancy and Stability 5. Installation costs could easily swing the chosen anchor design from Stevmanta to SEPLAs.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 49 For the eight aforementioned competencies: 1. the down flooding points should be moved up to the topside deck or above to reduce column height. Some suggest that they are ill-fitted due to a lack of precision placement and the SEPLAs would be a better choice. Mooring 8. Sloshing analysis at the natural heave and pitch/roll periods for the tank size should be completed to see how sloshing could effect hull motions before partially filled tanks are accepted for long-term ballasting and trimming design. Weight. or fitted with floating-top tanks. Cost The general hull design had columns heights larger than would be expected. General Arrangement and Overall Hull Design 2. Local and Global Loading 4. significantly decreasing capital cost. General Strength and Structural Design 7. SEPLAs are expected to run a higher installation cost. however. tanks should be filled as full as possible. If indeed the down flooding angle is the governing factor. Because of their suction embedment.

. Version 9. Inc.C. .0. 2004 American Bureau of Shipping. 2006 American Petroleum Institute (API).. Washington D. Rules for Building and Classing Steel Vessels. Inc. June 1995. Recommended Practice for Design and Analysis of Station Keeping Systems for Floating Structures. 2000 American Bureau of Shipping. 1999. Houston. ETABS. StabCAD User’s Manual.406c. 2004 American Bureau of Shipping. Ltd. First Edition. 2004 Computers and Structures. 2005. (API 2SK) AutoDesk. Washington D.2006 Hurricane Season (API RP95F). Interim Guidance for Gulf of Mexico MODU Design Practice. Rules for Building and Classing Mobile Offshore Drilling Units. TX. 2001 Gunter and Associates. Inc. American Petroleum Institute (API). Houston. Gmoor32. 2005 Global Maritime Consultancy. AutoCAD Software.C. TX. Houston. Houston. TX.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 50 References American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) Guide for Building and Classing Facilities on Offshore Installations. Nonlinear Version 9. TX.5. Guide for Building and Classing Floating Production Installations.

Design criterion being monitored per design iteration can be seen at the top of the spreadsheet below.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 51 Appendix A: Hydrodynamics of Motions and Loading The following spreadsheet was used to take given data. . hull dimension changes and estimated densities and weights to process some of the required hydrodynamic properties of the semisubmersible.

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Percentage that an individual tank is filled is labeled on that individual tank and riser and mooring tensions are zero in a float-on. small angle stability. The topside center of gravity can be seen in the white cells on the left and a partially filled ballasting tank is signified by the blue cells in the plan view of the tank arrangement diagram. Also included in this appendix is the table used to calculate moment arms used in ballasting. . hydrodynamic responses. maximum float-on draft and hull ability to counter-ballast offset center of gravity.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 55 Appendix B: Ballasting The following spreadsheets give examples of design processes in which varied centers of topside gravity location are tested versus freeboard. float-off scenario.

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The following spreadsheets were used in conjunction with shape and height coefficients as per
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000117.020.0010.00 10.000130.000 10. 67. INTACT 0. 45. 1.000 117. team 3 malaysia STBOPT 0 EQ CALC US US KGPAR 100.000 10.000 ALPID TOP COL 130.424 0.txt file and loaded into StabCad. 0.000 10.00-105.000 ALPID BOTTOM DECK 117.Z) points required to define the hull shape.000 ALPID TOP QUARTERS 10.00-135. These points were then run through a program putting them in a StabCad-friendly format in which unaltered data was appended to the .707 -0.000 10.0 1.000 ALPID Global XZ Pl 10.00 10.Y.707 0.000 ALPID SIDE 10.000135.87 45. 1. Input(damage and intact both in one time) ALPID 3D View 0. 1. DAMAGE 0.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 61 Appendix D: StabCad Each design iteration resulted in different hull dimensions that needed to be tested in StabCad to conform to regulation in large angle stability in both intact and damaged scenarios. A spreadsheet was used to determine the (X.020. USER USER DAMBOD DRFT 63. DRAFT 63.000 10.74 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 DWNFLD 29 DWNFLD 34 DWNFLD 39 DWNFLD 40 DWNFLD 44 GRPDES GRPDES GRPDES GRPDES GRPDES GRPDES GRPDES GRPDES GRPDES GRPDES GRPDES P1F P1L P1T P2F P2L P2T P3F P2L P2T P2F P2L PONTOON 1 FRONT PONTOON 1 LEFT PONTOON 1 TOP PONTOON 2 FRONT PONTOON 2 LEFT PONTOON 2 TOP PONTOON 3 FRONT PONTOON 3 LEFT PONTOON 3 TOP PONTOON 4 FRONT PONTOON 4 LEFT P1B PONTOON 1 BACK P1R PONTOON 1 RIGHT P1Z PONTOON 1 BOTTOM P2B PONTOON 2 BACK P2R PONTOON 2 RIGHT P2F PONTOON 2 BOTTOM P2B PONTOON 3 BACK P2R PONTOON 3 RIGHT P2F PONTOON 3 BOTTOM P2B PONTOON 4 BACK P2R PONTOON 4 RIGHT .000 ALPID TOP DECK -135.000135.020.000 ALPID Global YZ Pl 10. basic topside dimensions and floodable compartments.0 0.0-135. An example of one of these design iteration input and output files are seen in the following appendix.000 130.0010.00 ALPREF 3D View 0.3 7.00 ALPID PLAN VIEW 10.424 0.000 10.000 ALPID SIDE2 10.800 1 ALPID GLOBAL XY PL 10. 50.74 0.000 10. 45.

000138.00125.000-83.000-138.000 10 138.000-138.000 0.000 27 83.000125.000 0.000-83.00 0.000 18 83.000138.00125.000 16 -138.000 45.000 0.000138.000 32 -138.000 45.000 45.00-138.000 45.000 36 83.000 83.000 31 -83.000-83.000 19 83.000 0.00125.000 24 -83.000 83.000 7 138.000 9 -138.00 45.000125.000 0.000-83.000 23 83.000-138.000 45.000 34 138.000 45.000 62 .OCEN 407 Design Class GRPDES GRPDES GRPDES GRPDES GRPDES GRPDES GRPDES GRPDES GRPDES GRPDES GRPDES GRPDES GRPDES GRPDES GRPDES GRPDES JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT P2T C1F C1L C1T C2F C2L C2T C3F C3L C3T C4F C4L C4T T1F T1L T1T Team Malaysia PONTOON 4 TOP P2F PONTOON 4 BOTTOM COLUMN 1 FRONT C2B COLUMN 1 BACK COLUMN 1 LEFT C2R COLUMN 1 RIGHT COLUMN 1 TOP C2Z COLUMN 1 BOTTOM COLUMN 2 FRONT C2B COLUMN 2 BACK COLUMN 2 LEFT C2R COLUMN 2 RIGHT COLUMN 2 TOP C2Z COLUMN 2 BOTTOM COLUMN 3 FRONT C2B COLUMN 3 BACK COLUMN 3 LEFT C2R COLUMN 3 RIGHT COLUMN 3 TOP C2Z COLUMN 3 BOTTOM COLUMN 4 FRONT C2B COLUMN 4 BACK COLUMN 4 LEFT C2R COLUMN 4 RIGHT COLUMN 4 TOP C2Z COLUMN 4 BOTTOM TOP FLATFORM FRONT T1B TOP FLATFORM BACK TOP FLATFORM LEFT T1R TOP FLATFORM RIGHT TOP FLATFORM TOP T1Z TOP FLATFORM BOTTOM 1 -138.000 14 138.000 83.000 30 -83.000 83.00-83.000125.000 4 -138.00 0.000 25 -83.000 5 -138.000 28 -83.000-83.00-83.000-83.000 45.000 45.00 45.000 0.000 11 138.000-138.000 29 -138.000 45.00-138.00-138.00 83.000 35 138.000 83.000 21 -83.000 45.000 22 83.00138.00 45.000 2 138.000 15 138.000-138.000-138.000 45.000 26 83.000 12 -138.00 83.000 6 138.000 8 -138.000-83.000 83.000125.000 45.000138.00138.000 0.000-83.000 20 -83.00 45.00125.000-83.000 0.000 13 -138.000-138.00-83.000 33 83.000 0.000 3 138.000 17 -83.000 0.

00 83.000175.000 52 -103.000 67 41.000 46 113.000 88 82.000 78 -48.00-103.000138.000 45.000 45.000175.00-56.000113.000155.000 42 -83.000-53.000-76.00-113.00103.00 83.00155.000 81 72.000 64 -103.000175.000125.000 47.000-103.000-103.000 66 41.000180.000 90 102.000 70 41.000 40 83.000 45.00155.000180.000 44 -138.000180.000 62 -58.000 48 -113.000 45 -113.000-56.000125.000125.000 49 -103.000-85.000 54 -61.000 45.000138.00138.OCEN 407 Design Class JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT 37 83.000 43 -83.000 83.000175.000 47 113.000 57 -103.000175.000155.000-85.000-53.000-113.000175.000 73 -48.000-53.000155.00-56.00 83.000138.000 91 102.000 68 -103.00155.000 50 -61.000155.00155.000-85.000 71 41.000155.000155.000 69 -103.000175.000 83.000 60 -103.000155.00175.000 63 -58.000-56.000125.000 53 -103.00 57.000-53.000 74 72.000 83.000 92 82.000155.00-103.000155.000 85 82.000 39 138.000125.00-76.000180.000 56 -103.000 76 52.000-103.000103.000 55 -61.000155.000155.00175.000 47.000 77 52.000 72 -103.00155.000155.000175.00103.000 89 82.000125.000125.000 61 -103.00155.000155.00-76.000155.000 47.000 79 -48.000103.000155.000-76.000 41 -138.000-85.000 47.000-103.000 65 -103.000155.000125.00113.00 57.000 83.000 Team Malaysia 63 .000 80 72.000 75 72.000 86 102.000 58 -58.000175.000 59 -58.000155.000175.000-103.000155.000175.000155.000 57.000155.000 51 -61.000175.00175.000 87 102.000-103.000 84 -48.000 82 52.000 83 52.000175.000 38 138.000175.00175.000 83.000 57.

000175.00215.000 30.000 112 -45.000-113.000 0.000-20.000155.00155.000 98 142.000 101 82.000175.000-60.000-193.000 142 34.00225.000 0.000155.000 Team Malaysia 64 .000125.000 108 82.000 0.00 0.000113.000285.000 126 -60.OCEN 407 Design Class JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT JOINT 93 82.000 144 -53.000-83.000 140 -24.000 100 82.000 115 0.000 121 40.000 147 34.000285.000-30.000-60.000155.00 0.000180.000-138.000-138.000 124 40.000 94 112.000 30.000 106 142.00 0.000 111 45.000215.000 0.000 123 50.000 132 -50.00125.000 120 60.000-138.000 116 -20.000-138.000-83.000 122 50.000180.000113.000-60.000 117 30.00215.000 129 -40.000-193.00225.000 105 172.000 99 112.000175.000 143 -92.000 125 -30.000 45.000-138.000 109 -45.000113.000 127 -30.000 0.000175.000-193.000225.000 136 5.000 0.000180.000-45.000-30.000-32.000155.00 0.000 30.000 97 172.000-113.00 45.00 45.000 107 112.000180.000 134 -53.000 148 -92.000-113.000 146 5.000175.000 0.000 119 30.000-83.000180.000 113 -20.000-138.000-32.000180.000 0.000193.000 30.000 133 -83.000-138.00 45.000285.000 45.000225.000 0.000 128 -60.000-83.000-83.000 102 112.000-138.000-83.000113.000-20.000155.000 104 172.000-60.000 45.000 114 0.000 137 34.000-45.000175.000 138 -83.00 0.000-138.000 0.000-138.000 118 60.000155.00 45.000193.000 0.000 96 172.000-193.00125.000180.000 103 142.00 45.000 135 -24.000193.000-113.000 139 -53.000125.000 141 5.000175.000 131 -40.000175.000 130 -50.000 110 45.000 145 -24.000193.000215.00155.000 95 142.000180.000285.

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95PONTOON 1 LEFT 4 143 133 1 143 4 8 148 5 138 148 8 133 138 5 1 1 5 8 4 143 148 138 133 .95NODE 1 BOTTOM 1 209 210 133 210 211 138 133 211 212 5 138 1 5 212 209 1 133 138 5 209 212 211 210 .95NODE 1 2 BOTTOM 1 213 214 133 214 215 138 133 215 216 5 138 1 5 216 213 213 216 215 214 133 138 5 1 .95NODE 2 BOTTOM 213 214 210 209 214 215 211 210 215 216 212 211 213 209 212 216 213 216 215 214 209 210 211 212 .95NODE 3 BOTTOM 213 217 218 214 218 219 215 214 219 220 216 215 217 213 216 220 213 214 215 216 217 220 219 218 .OCEN 407 Design Class PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL W PANEL W PANEL W PANEL W PANEL W PANEL W BODY 001 D PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL BODY 002 D PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL BODY 003 D PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL BODY 004 D PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL BODY 005 D PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL BODY 006 D Team Malaysia 178 3 176 177 34 190 189 188 195 196 184 183 196 44 16 184 44 194 182 16 182 194 195 183 182 183 184 16 195 194 44 196 181 193 39 15 39 191 179 15 191 192 180 179 180 192 193 181 180 181 15 179 193 192 191 39 45 46 154 153 46 47 155 154 47 48 156 155 45 153 156 48 45 48 47 46 153 154 155 156 .95PONTOON 2 LEFT 68 .

OCEN 407 Design Class PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL BODY 007 D PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL BODY 008 D PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL PANEL END 143 144 138 133 133 144 69 Team Malaysia 144 143 139 134 138 149 134 133 148 149 149 148 139 138 148 143 139 134 ... or x-y plane) Disp .30 SP1 team 3 malaysia The following Nomenclature is used in the computer output: Draft .95COLUMN 1 BOTTOM 197 198 173 4 198 199 174 173 199 200 175 174 197 4 175 200 4 173 174 175 197 200 199 198 201 202 198 197 202 203 199 198 203 204 200 199 204 201 197 200 197 198 199 200 201 204 203 202 135 145 146 136 145 150 151 146 150 140 141 151 135 136 141 140 146 151 141 136 135 140 150 145 136 146 147 137 146 151 152 147 151 141 142 152 136 137 142 141 147 152 142 137 136 141 151 146 137 147 3 2 147 152 7 3 152 142 6 7 137 2 6 142 3 7 6 2 137 142 152 147 Ouput StabCad Ver.95PONTOON 3 LEFT 144 145 135 134 145 144 149 150 139 140 150 149 134 135 140 139 134 139 149 144 145 150 140 135 ... 4. Measured from the base line (z=0.. Displacemet of the vessel Page 1 .

. Tons/inch displacement KPI .. the positive angle indicate that the part of the vessel to the right of the tilt axis is immersed in water 70 . Center of Buoyancy position (Transverse) (measured from coordinate system origin) VCB ..Moment of Inertia: Longitudinal About neutral axis of water plane area Transverse About neutral axis of water plane area Volume ..P........ Transv metacentric ht (from ctr of buoyancy) BML ............ Center of Buoyancy position (Longitudinal) (measured from reference point for LCB & LCF) TCB . of submerged body Tilt Axis The angle of the tilt axis is measured from the posive x-axis Optimum tilt angle The minimum tilt angle at which the area ratio requirement is satisfied KG that satisfies : Heeling arm = Righting arm at or before the downflooding angle Static angle At which the righting moment is zero Area ratio = 1... Metric Ton/ cm displacement KMT ... Longitudinal metacentric height (measured from base line) LCB . Center of Floatation position (Longitudinal) (measured from reference point for LCB & LCF) TCF . Longit metacentric ht (from ctr of buoyancy) LCF ...OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia TPI ..... Transverse metacentric height (measured from base line) KML ..... Kips/inch displacement MT/Cm ......... Center of Buoyancy position (Vertical) (measured from base line) WPA ... Center of Floatation position (Transverse) (measured from coordinate system origin) W.. Water plane Area BMT .....0 For damage stability starting at the static angle RM/HM Ratio KG that satisfies the requirement : Righting Moment/Heeling Moment >or= 2 within 7 deg past static angle Equilibrium position tilt angle When vessel is in equilibrium and not at the upright position.

1 125..9 65.2 63.8 123.6 44.76 Deg @ HEEL ANGLES ------.5 37.7 115...-------------------..9 49..0 14.8 64.0 29.2 33.0 3 Int/Dam 61.0 18.0 ------.2 55.4 130.0 13.2 61.0 6.76 Deg @ Weathertight Angle = 15.6 48.1 59.3 64. Type Description 24.2 18.0 2.5 43.7 5 Int/Dam 61.0 25.9 62.6 44.0 4.5 44.------.0 7.0 22. 63.3 61.-------------------.4 25..2 127.0 20.0 20.4 4 Int/Dam 54.3 57..3 128.5 59..9 22.3 -65.2 58.-------------------.0 15.------.9 59.0 33.6 25.74 Ft Displacement .9 64.2 -30.5 50.0 113.5 108. Type Description 12.3 21.9 52..0 23.30 SP1 71 Team Malaysia team 3 malaysia Page 2 * * * Intact Stability Downflooding Point Table * * * Intact Draft ...9 59.9 60.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT.2 56.0 19.3 -88.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT.9 58..2 56.0 37.0 40.-------------------.3 29.7 42.2 31.-------------------.1 53..4 27.7 51.------..5 93.4 -60.2 61.9 52.0 27. 76009.0 32.1 -25.0 8.7 44.-------------------.5 ------.7 23.0 28.4 46.87 Ft 45. Type Description 0....0 34.0 17.0 60.7 51.8 40..OCEN 407 Design Class StabCad Ver.2 61.7 12.2 2 Int/Dam 61.0 65.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------HEEL ANGLES ------.2 ------.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 57.3 64.2 42.8 40.5 64.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 61.2 4 Int/Dam 61..--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 39..7 57.4 29.8 100..6 87. Angle of Tilt Axis .0 45. 67.0 9.8 3.1 35.6 -84.9 22.5 3 Int/Dam 39.3 84.1 -5.9 2 Int/Dam 16.4 27..4 51..2 61.3 3 Int/Dam 57.0 10.9 -93.00.3 61.9 66.0 37.4 106.00..------.7 78.1 5 Int/Dam 97.------.2 50.Tons Center of Gravity (X.1 35.1 126.1 61.4 -1.0 ------.3 29.5 50.5 59..0 71.2 18.0 95.0 65.0 3.8 60.0 5. 0.0 30.7 121.-------------------.3 61.0 35.8 62.0 60.------.4 62.5 65. 4.0 ------.------.1 61.4 112.7 90.4 114..4 -55.0 124.4 119.00 Deg Downflooding Points Height Above Water (Ft) -------------------------------------------Downflooding Angle = 15.3 129.1 102.0 63.6 120.0 1.7 23.4 46.3 -35.4 -50.8 53.7 68.0 20.1 -20.1 53.4 -45.Y..8 60.3 104.8 -79..3 -15.4 65.-------------------.2 31.9 117.8 54.2 -70.6 63.9 60.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT..7 42..2 61..0 81.0 40.3 47.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------HEEL ANGLES ------.2 33.0 33.1 61.0 21.6 25.2 55.9 4 Int/Dam 65.0 16.6 S.0 48.5 52.3 7.5 110..4 .2 61.0 31.6 -10.4 56.4 2 Int/Dam -40.0 11.8 5 Int/Dam 118.2 58..------.0 47.Z) = 0.0 -74.0 48.4 74.0 26.

00 3.00 33..55 4.12 -2.2 2...89 2.76 Deg @ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------/--Angles w..31 26.41 0..5 -128...76 Deg @ Weathertight Angle .7( 2) 45.00 0.00 54..26 1.1 135.00 0.1 4.30 SP1 *** team 3 malaysia Intact Stability Parameters Page 3 *** Draft at no Heel .71 0.74 25.9 13.96 4.5 -107.50 25.4 0.39 2.9 13.27 4.00 Knot Wind Direction is Normal to Tilt Axis Range of Stability .-------------------.----------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 16.20 10.21 1.06 25.00 61.36 25.83 -2.00 5.00 4.1 35.0 138..9 -133.28 26.13 8.00 9.04 1.00 7.0( 2) 45...00 1.4 32.22 6.05 3.00 0.84 2. 45.5 3 Int/Dam 16...0 37..00 0..75 1.71 -0.30 25.92 4..00.1 30.52 13.6 137.98 2.49 1.12 0. 15.36 -6.00 0.0 ------.67 -0.09 7.02 -2.67 25.0 5 Int/Dam 131.8 -120..---------------.------.00 37.3( 2) 45.81 2..00 16.------..00 0.05 6.29 -9..5 ------.0 45.00 6.00.84 .-------------------------0.54 1.-------------------.41 1.00 0..Y.00 0.4( 2) 45.0( 2) 45.97 11..30 -7.. Type Description 36.5 4 Int/Dam 39.-------------------.7 14.Center of Buoyancy--/ Heel Trim Height Tilt Axis Heel Trim Arm Arm LCB TCB VCB (Deg) (Deg) (Ft) (Deg) (Deg) (Deg) (Ft) (Ft) (Ft) (Ft) (Ft) ------------------..00 57.50 -5..25 1.t.00 0.------.2 -137.... 100.----------------------------------------------------------------------------StabCad Ver.83 3..00 8.27 -9.0 41.4 -115.9 34.8 29.39 -6.0 38.00 Deg Downflooding Angle .74 -4.00 7.83 1.-------------------.4 132.9 6.r.29 2.25 2. 63.8( 2) 45.96 1.t.00 2..74 Ft Displacement .01 1..2 2..02 2.00 40.0 43..5( 2) 45.00 0.4( 2) 45.0 40.00 25.75 10.55 -8.6 7.00 29.7 14.01 5.Z) = 0.00 0.70 25. 15.. 76009..6 33. 0.0( 2) 45.28 -8.0( 2) 45.-------.w.0 -111. 67.00 0.-------..00 21...6 7.. 4.79 2...87 Ft Wind Speed .OCEN 407 Design Class 72 Team Malaysia ------..Tons Center of Gravity (X.43 8.00 2.06 -4.96 -4.09 4..4 0.----------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT..2 11.5( 2) 45.57 9.00 47..25 -4.9 6.--/ Critical Yaw Angle /--.-------.00 25..00 0.83 0.00 51.54 -3.5 38.00 0.32 7.00 0.3( 2) 45.2 11.00 1.00 4.0 39.0 42.15 5..4 9.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------HEEL ANGLES ------.02 25.3 134.00 0.5 2 Int/Dam -98.35 -1.00 12.------.4 28.00 0.4 9.Yawed axis ---/ Downflood Of /.11 -7.16 9.9 136..38 25.68 -5.3 37..0 -102..Angles ---/ /-.------.62 1..1 4.3( 2) 45.55 2.68 1.0 44.38 -3.r.6 S.. Ship-/ Righting Heeling /-.4( 2) 45.31 -10.83 -7.00 0..41 -1..88 3.70 -2..71 0.29 26.3 138.23 12..2 -124.00 44.2 135.66 0..11 2.00 0.4 133..35 25.

00 0.. 0. 76009.34 5.3( 2) 45.5( 2) 45.3( 2) 45.4( 2) 45.20 -12.00 0.54 -23. 63.24 2.00 29.98 24. 15.00 -10.50 5.73 2.00 34.00 19..45 20..33 2.47 18.43 20..00 -133.00 25.61 -17.64 34.00 10.2( 2) 45.00 3...47 2.4( 2) 45.31 13.00 0.08 24.42 16.19 5.74 2.3( 2) 45.56 32.00 28.12 2..60 7.24 29.1( 2) 45.68 2.52 2.36 -11.24 29.00. 15.00 19.48 -32.11 24.81 -19.28 22.00 22.84 31..47 18.35 21.6( 2) 45.48 31..56 -20.00 23.94 8.05 35.25 -18.32 2.00 -84.05 24.49 -13.11 30.40 28.00 -35.00 13.23 22.2( 2) 45..34 21.00 23.00 -30.00 -79.0( 2) 45..00 -25.46 17.30 SP1 *** team 3 malaysia Intact Stability Allowable KG Page *** Draft at no Heel .00 0.11 -19.00 -102.00 0.00 -50.52 28. 67.30 2.00 5.03 29.02 6.48 7.51 2.00 0.89 2..92 2.03 7..8( 2) 45.49 -24.68 8.00 21.11 2.00 0.48 3.00 -111.00 0.00 -1.00 0.10 2.00 -124.70 27.00 0.00 0.73 -10.21 25.32 2.12 2.41 27.00 24.03 44.74 2.55 22..94 -12.00 -93.00 0.00 15.39 16.00 12.24 -17.00 0.03 -19..00.00 0.76 Deg @ ***** Wind Speed 100.00 -5.58 4.84 6.36 30.05 -24.34 2.00 16.5( 2) 45.00 27.00 -137.43 39..99 2.61 -20.00 11.46 19..81 31.94 8.40 3.00 0.62 -21.31 21.19 15..19 -27.00 -55.46 19.00 -98.73 6.34 -26.99 -17.Z) = 0.24 11.71 -16..34 14.87 -16.54 2.40 36.81 35.74 -18.72 2.00 -10.68 4.33 -34.68 -30.78 2.00 0.00 0.81 7..00 0.00 30.00 0.74 30.00 33.83 2.00 0.73 43..2( 2) 45.21 -20.28 -24.17 23.4( 2) 45.00 14.26 34.40 20.9( 2) 45.00 0.3( 2) 45.26 -23.00 -88.14 23.45 26.10 41.74 Ft Displacement .81 -23.Y.42 42.00 0.00 -74.99 30.00 0.31 33.00 18.66 -24.00 -120.00 -60..92 5.Tons Center of Gravity (X.8( 2) 45.68 -24.96 34.83 19..00 Knot ***** ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Allowable Optimum Range Of Area /--Intercept--/ Condition KG Tilt Angle Stability Ratio 1st 2nd 4 .58 -31.03 24.49 36.54 35.50 -25.2( 2) 45.00 -128.28 36.64 2.96 -22.25 7.20 23.43 16.4( 2) 45.21 31.36 -18.76 23..92 2.40 -33.00 0..21 -22.12 2.00 -115.52 -14.19 -15..49 -16.56 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------StabCad Ver.00 0.52 30.4( 2) 45..00 26..00 2.74 34.00 17...87 29.46 7.74 37.92 -28.41 -12.00 17.26 -35.4( 2) 45.00 7.8( 2) 45.00 20.97 33.02 -23.68 -13.80 -29.00 15.44 2.76 Deg @ Weathertight Angle ..00 31.00 0.84 -19.43 -14..37 21.13 20.94 -15.00 -107.40 -15.87 Ft Yaw Angle Of Tilt Axis .05 -28.49 29.92 32.54 2..5( 2) 45.9( 2) 45.72 2.80 4..OCEN 407 Design Class 73 Team Malaysia 14.00 -65.00 0.40 -21.66 6.00 -40.00 0.00 10.97 28.42 33.36 27..31 -22.43 8.62 33.68 36.00 -45.00 32.06 35.84 -23. 4.60 S.3( 2) 45.00 -15.00 0.27 12.00 35.30 45.00 12.00 -70.49 28.00 0..0( 2) 45.05 5..77 40.53 2.48 -19.58 16.0( 2) 45.48 -17. 45..5( 2) 45.00 -20.26 22.20 8.19 8.1( 2) 45.09 38.44 18.61 29.26 2.37 15.46 -11.1( 2) 45.97 -21..71 8.00 28.46 17.45 17.27 32.47 19.40 2.40 6.00 Deg Downflooding Angle .11 32.64 -22.92 -20.00 0.6( 2) 45.00 0.21 6.27 -21.03 -16.

32 8.29 45.79 5.17 0.65 0.78 24.45 8.00 1.64 8.00 0.48 4.30 6.00 4.25 4.31 5.50 3.00 1.90 4.00 8.11 5 .21 0.09 0.71 4.00 0..00 2.74 5.76 15.40 11.30 3.00 3..92 2.11 8.00 2.11 3.00* 79.42 0.91 5.76 1..71 0.92 8.35 1.00 4.98 5.29 2.74 4.49 1.55 3.51 4.30 67.30 8.00 1.00 6.76 15.16 0.46 0.31 0.48 4.00 0..84 0.24 0.00 6.71 5.66 0..86 2.00 8.6 S..21 0.00 2.09 2..43 0.76 0.99 6.97 0.00 2.74 Ft Displacement .13 0.00 2..01 19.00 2.06 14.37 0.00 1..00 2.12 4.02 0.00 8.99 17.---------.34 0.26 1.00 2.00 8.OCEN 407 Design Class ------------------------ 74 Team Malaysia (Ft) (Deg) (Deg) /----(Deg)----/ -----------.92 12.00 7.--------------- For Input KG = 67.00 8.00 2.00 1.89 3.66 15.04 1.06 2.24 5..47 0.87 67.00 1.37 0.00 2.76 0.00 0.46 0.09 0.47 12.81 1..30 SP1 *** team 3 malaysia Righting Arm And Heeling Arm Curves Page *** Draft at no Heel .39 15.00 8.75 0..Tons ---------------------------------------------------------------------Heel Heeling Arm Righting Arm Data For Calculated KG (Deg) 100.72 7.62 0.27 0.00 1.76 15.00 2.11 3.88 0.41 ---------------------------------------------------------------------0.39 0.00 0. 63.00 0.70 2nd Intercept = 30.76 15.00 0..01 0.20 0.00 2.48 22.82 21..83 8.83 0.79 0.00 1.00 2.27 8.76 1.41 0.98 4.00 2. 4.00 7.05 0.00 15.54 8..03 0.33 3.31 0.00 2.00 2.00 5.92 0...45 0..74 8.00 7.65 3.53 6.62 9.96 0.00 0.68 15.00 1.-----.--------.05 20.17 4.47 13.12 23.00 2.01 0.00 76.39 79.10 4.86 0.88 0.00 2.66 5. 76009.68 11.45 0.80 2.55 0.84 1.74 25.05 0.00 0.00 1.00 1.12 8.44 25.25 4.41 15.61 18.00 0.00 2.32 16.41 30.00 67.43 0.64 1.00 0.30 1...87 Area Ratio = 1.00 1.00 1st Intercept = 15.66 76.37 7..89 2.00 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------StabCad Ver.00 1.00 0.00 2.34 7.00 8.96 10..45 45.

..87 0.....12 7.Tons X Center of Gravity.Ft Downflooding Points Height above Water --------------------------------------DF PT.-----61....32 -5.01 0.11 35.34 0.....59 3.00 2.85 0.00 2.14 0..15 1.00 Deg GMT .43 0....26 0.75 -3.03 -2.00 Deg Vessel Trim .23 0.....61 -1.78 30.78 33.46 0...64 40......70 1..30 SP1 *** team 3 malaysia Intact Stability Equilibrium Position Data * * * Intact Draft ..00 2.00 6.00 2.00 5.11 32.00 2. -----1 Description Height (Ft) -------------------..35 3.00 3.82 2.92 7.00 2...00 5.00 3...45 28..00 6.30 6.....80 -3.77 Ft GML .26 39.....40 3. 11. 9999.00 4.64 -2.44 2.05 41.96 -1.10 38.46 0.73 2.31 0.73 5...00 7.00 2...06 1.00 2.00 6...00 2.00 5.20 -2.48 42.11 -1.08 0.75 -1.45 31.00 7..68 5.32 7.00 2.00 2.00 2..00 5..00 25.26 -0. 0.24 5.00 6.76 0.00 4.99 3.72 -4. 76009..50 ---------------------------------------------------------------------StabCad Ver.43 -3.00 7....36 -0.54 1..78 4.(Ft) Center of Floatation....29 -2.78 27...74 Equilibrium Position: Vessel Heel .43 44.....45 0..00 2.11 0.10 6..53 -1.00 5.05 0..28 0.09 -4..00 2...52 7.47 5.77 Ft Water Plane Area .....44 4.00 63.26 Page 6 ....17 0.95 0.45 34..89 6...6 S....00 2.12 4..97 3.00 2..72 6.02 S..78 36.00 5.00 67..56 0.47 0.37 0.....35 1.54 2..46 0.51 6..00 2.00 2.00 4. 63.40 0..74 Ft Displacement .00 2..08 0.00 2.(Ft) Center of Buoyancy....87 -5. 0.16 -0.00 0...00 6.(Ft) Y Z 0.21 2.45 37...OCEN 407 Design Class 75 Team Malaysia 26.00 2.00 0..11 29.95 45.69 -0..00 2..03 0.. 4....20 0....14 -1.00 0.. 11.94 43..47 0.32 1..

0 85.9 71.9 -3.26 61.8 30.5 5.21 Deg @ Weathertight Angle = 15.5 -32.0 20.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT.4 82.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT..0 2.2 81..0 8.0 32.1 89.-------------------..2 86.9 83.0 % Intact Draft .0 21.0 32.-------------------.7 ------.8 5 Int/Dam 57. 67.5 -37..9 86.0 67.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 32. Angle of Tilt Axis .6 31. No.0 7.0 14.6 2 Int/Dam 57. 0.8 82.7 79.0 15.4 69..4 60..26 61.0 50.26 61.OCEN 407 Design Class 2 3 4 5 76 Team Malaysia 61.4 60..74 Ft Displacement .5 21.87 Ft 45.0 ------.00 Deg Downflooding Points Height Above Water (Ft) -------------------------------------------Downflooding Angle = 15...3 25.9 77.Z) = 0.0 5..1 83.9 75.7 70.7 66.0 10.0 91.6 47..3 54.0 16.0 73..4 56.0 72.7 29.0 13.6 27.Y..3 32..5 86.3 27.0 3.0 4.------.0 ------.8 28.2 71.0 23.6 27.------.2 83.0 19.3 4 Int/Dam 78.5 80.7 40.4 54..7 33.3 62.5 22.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 27.0 80.6 -17.1 80.9 33.7 29.-------------------.0 18.0 64.3 29..0 82.3 .26 StabCad Ver. 63.1 24.0 11..------..0 33.3 28.30 SP1 team 3 malaysia Page 7 * * * Damage Stability Reference Point Table * * * Damaged Body ID.5 83. Type Description 0..7 82.9 -12.2 43.0 22.4 84.5 31..4 -27.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------HEEL ANGLES ------.1 86.21 Deg @ HEEL ANGLES ------.1 67..0 9.-------------------..4 58.9 75.------...4 69.2 87.8 32...5 -22.6 73.Tons Center of Gravity (X.9 30.9 76.2 36..2 0.4 -7.7 26.9 4 Int/Dam 81.------.7 64. 76009.0 17.6 9.0 6..3 82.4 70.4 78.7 3 Int/Dam 87.7 82..6 S.7 17.00. 4..2 81.1 29. 1 Title : NODE 1 BOTTOM Permeability = 95.0 74.6 67..8 2 Int/Dam 13.. Type Description 12.0 28.9 77.00.-------------------..0 1.7 76.8 66.5 3 Int/Dam 75.

1 29.6 122.5 41....5 43.. 76009.7 13.Tons Center of Gravity (X.------. No.9 49.0 43..74 Ft Displacement .0 29.5 49..0 5 Int/Dam 128.0 30.5 -47.3 114. 0.2 119..2 19..0 -71.00 Knot Wind Direction is Normal to Tilt Axis Range of Stability . 50.7 -81..6 S..1 35.6 3 Int/Dam 52.0 118..--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 21.------..99 Deg Downflooding Angle .5 -36.0 39.8 3 Int/Dam 29.. 15.9 130.1 -71.. 63.7 43.3 96..4 4.7 50.8 124.1 50..1 -71.OCEN 407 Design Class 77 Team Malaysia 5 Int/Dam 94.9 16.5 48..0 40.0 35..6 109.9 -95.-------------------.8 54.2 31.2 110.7 -11.4 -105..2 11.9 -74.2 -119.7 128.2 -90.1 22.1 33.0 27.4 -57.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT.4 61.7 46.1 -34.8 45.6 111.0 33.8 107..-------------------..30 SP1 *** team 3 malaysia Damage Stability Parameters Page 8 *** Damaged Body ID.9 57..5 5 Int/Dam 115.9 2 Int/Dam -42..------.0 38.----------------------------------------------------------------------------StabCad Ver.0 41. 4.4 -139.2 44.0 45.Z) = 0..0 49.2 -67.2 101.----------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam -1.5 -52.------..0 42.3 6..------.6 24.4 120.0 32.7 131. Type Description 24...8 127.-------------------.9 125.....1 -146.4 44.-------------------.0 ------.4 128.0 -123.9 113.2 -11.2 -110....00.5 30.0 25.3 14.7 105.8 -132.8 99. 15..0 % Draft at no Heel .6 10.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------HEEL ANGLES ------..5 103.0 37.7 116.5 ------.4 -15.9 -12.4 -143.5 -86.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------HEEL ANGLES ------. 67.5 17.8 63..0 8.5 35..0 ------.8 28..3 -115.1 4 Int/Dam 64...00.0 4 Int/Dam 48..0 28.21 Deg @ Weathertight Angle .0 51...4 ------..2 29..7 123.8 117.7 ------.6 -14.4 58.5 -34. Type Description 36..3 -62.-------------------.0 123.1 114...6 45.87 Ft Wind Speed .-------------------..5 121..6 -45.9 -76.9 126. 41.0 47.Y. 1 Title : NODE 1 BOTTOM Permeability = 95.----------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT.0 34.0 31.9 60.0 44...-------------------.1 -5.3 1..4 53.5 2 Int/Dam -100.------.21 Deg @ --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- .5 115.0 26..3 55..2 37.------..3 39.6 128.

49 -139.86 3.00 15.74 7.06 33.99 -19.71 -2.90 1011.23 6.00 -5.58 6.00 -5.51 1011.89 -7.00 26.00 9.47 28.55 8.72 -17.66 -7.3( 2) 45.33 -19.6 22.63 1011.14 0.57 18.64 1011.00 -4.-------.61 14.41 -4.8( 2) 45.6( 2) 45.00 13.40 8.93 0.00 11.w.5( 2) 45.00 -4.42 1011.12 0.87 29.6 19.4( 2) 45.67 1.05 -71.88 29.02 5.35 -22.92 1011.02 0.24 -27.00 20.84 26.75 -27.75 -24.52 19.6 26.52 -146.00 30.83 0.31 6.12 -24.00 13.00 -5.96 -23.5( 2) 45.95 -24.83 1011.43 1011.88 27.7( 2) 45.59 17.00 -5.13 -5.95 1011.42 2.21 0.37 0.60 -123.1( 2) 45.06 1011.88 6. Ship-/ Righting Heeling /-.49 1011.25 -18.35 -143. 4.89 -4.70 33.00 23.14 -14.94 30.35 27.94 -86.r.66 0.00 -6.07 -15.00 -6.5( 2) 45.50 1.2( 2) 45.6 31.00 -3.95 -5.46 -1.35 -15.t.00 34.62 28.00 14.6 12.6 25.13 0.15 0.78 -10.42 0.00 6.4( 2) 45.48 1011.82 1011.86 -23.95 -0.t.8( 2) 45.59 18.00 25.00 23.36 1011.94 -10.65 5.40 0.5( 2) 45.60 13.00 -6.04 28.---------------.3( 2) 45.91 -13.6 29.60 15.6 14.22 25.00 -4.21 27.15 -23.60 13.57 1011.09 -7.94 34.14 29.03 4.40 -16.6 17.87 -24.86 -13.84 0.00 -4.00 19.Tons) ------------------.6 35.31 0.96 0.6( 2) 45.14 -18.6 30.40 -6.83 3.52 -4.--/ Critical Yaw Angle /--.66 1011.49 0.55 -42.60 15.45 -1.27 1011.39 5.00 -4.65 0.7( 1) 45.00 -8.92 -132.00 -7.5( 2) 45.85 5.64 30.34 28.81 -11.6 23.00 -8.41 0.00 -4.24 0.76 27.52 0.59 -44.51 2.6 36.63 0.17 27.9( 2) 45.53 -21.00 -8.62 -37.63 -14.23 1011.0( 1) 45.93 -12.42 1.60 1011.47 -0.64 5.54 18.92 -2.9( 2) 45.00 28.45 30.45 30.34 31.47 1011.57 10.88 34.67 1011.20 0.63 0.00 -4.83 -21.60 13.6 18.40 -24.69 -32.5( 2) 45.00 -5.6( 1) 45.76 -10.23 0.60 -25.75 0.22 -22.52 26.15 -19.01 -22.44 6.00 35.17 6.00 -4.60 30.7( 2) 45.6 38.00 21.00 27.73 -10.59 12.14 -67.2( 2) 45.6 8.71 1011.38 -9.6 33.66 0.60 16.4( 2) 45.34 0.74 -9.64 -23.44 -2.6 15.74 1011.00 -90.46 -0.35 -21.95 34.89 35.42 -3.01 -13.32 26.46 34.71 1011.1( 2) 45.5( 2) 45.47 1011.58 4.41 -5.44 0.85 6.2( 2) 45.99 31.58 27.41 -21.86 29.01 1011.74 -19.03 0.70 0.6 20.6 1.82 0.00 29.02 0.27 -14.08 0.00 -7.19 3.00 16.00 7.92 -18.99 7.2( 2) 45.6( 2) 45.------.35 32.3( 1) 45.98 -76.26 2.00 -5.6 21.49 0.58 18.51 -6.50 28.57 -20.52 4.00 31.56 9.29 30.-------.20 3.22 -26.6 32.00 19.39 -10.16 3.4( 2) 45.39 7.19 -3.-------------------------.76 0.6 42.00 -4.00 22.79 -16.94 -81.78 27.0( 2) 45.60 2.60 16.96 0.35 34.52 3.61 15.45 34.00 20.21 1011.00 -4.6 24.3( 1) 45.00 19.54 7.4( 2) 45.00 -5.03 -7.-------.22 4.20 13.75 -20.03 0.00 -8.20 1011.6 34.23 1011.00 -4.6 5.00 8.6 10.95 5.39 29.91 9.27 0.12 1011.31 0.87 0.68 31.00 17.11 1011.52 -17.01 1011.87 21.11 4.50 0.60 14.6 2.6 4.6 16.24 -21.54 3.6( 1) 45.40 34.6 41.00 -4.00 17.00 11.01 -25.10 26.00 -8.Yawed axis ---/ Downflood Of /.58 11.38 0.00 -6.00 34.23 0.55 18.00 -4.45 29.22 0.48 -47.51 20.06 35.20 8.38 4.00 8.00 -3.20 -12.r.64 -22.71 26.58 12.44 -100.93 26.7( 2) 45.53 -18.6 28.6 9.6 7.57 1.9( 1) 45.00 11.90 -12.40 -115.6 40.6 13.6 3.96 1011.6 44.00 10.00 21.00 -8.40 -52.18 -24.00 -6.00 17.49 -11.53 -43.00 24.71 -8.31 -57.09 -110.78 0.76 1011.00 32.OCEN 407 Design Class 78 Team Malaysia /--Angles w.72 6.6 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------StabCad Ver.00 12.56 29.5( 2) 45.00 -3.81 0.39 -3.00 15.-------0.79 -8.22 2.92 5.14 -105.21 7.6 11.96 -11.71 0.5( 2) 45.00 17.38 -45.3( 2) 45.38 0.6 39.00 0.Center of Buoyancy--/ Flood Heel Trim Height Tilt Axis Heel Trim Arm Arm LCB TCB VCB Water (Deg) (Deg) (Ft) (Deg) (Deg) (Deg) (Ft) (Ft) (Ft) (Ft) (Ft) (S.19 26.20 0.54 1011.99 -20.00 -7.00 -5.56 1011.53 0.39 1011.52 18.53 1011.58 7.6 37.14 -95.40 -15.64 -2.26 30.47 0.01 32.00 24.00 -8.00 18.6 43.56 18.02 32.00 6.6 45.95 1011.30 SP1 team 3 malaysia Page 9 .09 -8.52 17.56 0.04 7.60 17.00 12.98 1011.6 6.9( 2) 45.78 7.8( 1) 45.71 27.15 1011.99 -0.30 1011.63 1011.32 33.00 9.02 1011.53 18.80 1011.6 27.23 -62.82 0.35 33.70 29.94 28.98 1.00 -4.00 10.Angles ---/ /-.88 35.00 -4.34 1011.00 22.43 -3.56 26.00 -4.86 -17.17 -17.38 -119.68 32.95 -2.00 17.07 -10.49 -24.9( 2) 45.80 -22.48 26.84 -5.2( 2) 45.59 7.55 -39.53 5.4( 2) 45.04 4.

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Damage Stability Allowable KG

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Damaged Body ID. No. 1
Title : NODE 1 BOTTOM
Permeability = 95.0 %
Draft at no Heel .......... 63.74 Ft
Displacement .............. 76009.60 S.Tons
Center of Gravity (X,Y,Z) = 0.00;
0.00;

67.87 Ft

Yaw Angle Of Tilt Axis .... 45.00 Deg
Downflooding Angle ........ 15.21 Deg @
Weathertight Angle ........ 15.21 Deg @

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Wind Speed 50.00 Knot

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-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Allowable Optimum Range Of Static /---Intercept---/ R.O.S.
Condition To Satisfy
KG
Tilt Angle Stability Angle
1st
2nd 1st-2nd/DF
(Ft)
(Deg)
(Deg)
(Deg) /-----(Deg)-----/ (Deg)
------------------------------------ ---------- --------- --------- ----------------- ---------For Input KG = 67.87
15.21
0.00
1.81 41.82 13.40
Heeling Arm =
Righting Arm

90.64

Range of Stability = 7.00*
Static Angle = 15.00
Area Ratio =

1.00

RM/HM Ratio = 2.00

15.21

15.21

92.78
92.52
88.28

15.00
15.21

88.46

13.61

15.20

15.21

15.20

999.99

999.99 -984.78

15.21

15.00

999.99

999.99 -984.78

15.21

15.21

11.91

15.21

12.05

13.59
13.71

20.71

1.62

20.60

1.50

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Draft at no Heel .......... 63.74 Ft
Displacement .............. 76009.6 S.Tons
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Heel Heeling Arm Righting Arm Data For Calculated KG ..................
(Deg) 50.00 67.87 90.64 92.78 92.52 88.28 88.46

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-----------------------------------------------------------------------------0.00
0.41 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
1.00
0.42 0.24 -0.16 -0.20 -0.19 -0.12 -0.12
2.00
0.43 0.47 -0.32 -0.39 -0.39 -0.24 -0.24
3.00
0.44 0.71 -0.48 -0.59 -0.58 -0.35 -0.36
4.00
0.45 0.96 -0.63 -0.78 -0.76 -0.46 -0.48
5.00
0.46 1.21 -0.77 -0.96 -0.94 -0.57 -0.58
6.00
0.47 1.49 -0.89 -1.12 -1.09 -0.65 -0.67
7.00
0.49 1.82 -0.96 -1.22 -1.18 -0.67 -0.69
8.00
0.50 2.22 -0.95 -1.25 -1.22 -0.63 -0.65
9.00
0.51 2.66 -0.91 -1.24 -1.20 -0.54 -0.57
10.00
0.52 3.13 -0.82 -1.19 -1.15 -0.41 -0.44
11.00
0.52 3.66 -0.68 -1.09 -1.04 -0.23 -0.26
12.00
0.53 4.27 -0.47 -0.91 -0.86 0.02 -0.01
13.00
0.54 4.93 -0.19 -0.68 -0.62 0.34 0.30
14.00
0.55 5.63 0.13 -0.39 -0.33 0.70 0.65
15.00
0.56 6.38 0.49 -0.07 0.00 1.10 1.05
16.00
0.57 7.14 0.86 0.27 0.35 1.51 1.46
17.00
0.58 7.75 1.10 0.47 0.55 1.79 1.73
18.00
0.58 8.08 1.05 0.39 0.47 1.78 1.72
19.00
0.59 8.12 0.70 0.01 0.09 1.47 1.41
20.00
0.60 7.96 0.17 -0.56 -0.47 0.98 0.92
21.00
0.60 7.76 -0.40 -1.17 -1.07 0.45 0.38
22.00
0.60 7.56 -0.96 -1.77 -1.67 -0.08 -0.15
23.00
0.60 7.38 -1.52 -2.36 -2.25 -0.60 -0.67
24.00
0.61 7.20 -2.06 -2.93 -2.82 -1.10 -1.17
25.00
0.61 7.03 -2.59 -3.50 -3.38 -1.59 -1.67
26.00
0.60 6.87 -3.11 -4.06 -3.94 -2.08 -2.16
27.00
0.60 6.70 -3.64 -4.61 -4.49 -2.57 -2.65
28.00
0.60 6.53 -4.15 -5.16 -5.04 -3.05 -3.13
29.00
0.60 6.37 -4.67 -5.71 -5.58 -3.53 -3.62
30.00
0.60 6.20 -5.19 -6.26 -6.13 -4.01 -4.10
31.00
0.59 6.02 -5.71 -6.81 -6.68 -4.49 -4.59
32.00
0.59 5.83 -6.24 -7.37 -7.23 -4.99 -5.08
33.00
0.58 5.63 -6.78 -7.94 -7.80 -5.49 -5.59
34.00
0.57 5.40 -7.33 -8.53 -8.38 -6.01 -6.11
35.00
0.56 5.15 -7.91 -9.14 -8.99 -6.56 -6.66
36.00
0.55 4.84 -8.54 -9.80 -9.65 -7.16 -7.26
37.00
0.54 4.42 -9.29 -10.58 -10.42 -7.87 -7.98
38.00
0.53 3.81 -10.21 -11.53 -11.36 -8.75 -8.87
39.00
0.52 3.31 -11.02 -12.37 -12.20 -9.53 -9.65
40.00
0.52 3.34 -11.30 -12.68 -12.51 -9.78 -9.90
41.00
0.51 2.82 -12.12 -13.52 -13.35 -10.57 -10.69
42.00
0.47 -0.03 -15.27 -16.70 -16.53 -13.69 -13.81
43.00
0.45 -2.31 -17.83 -19.30 -19.12 -16.23 -16.35
44.00
0.45 -2.44 -18.25 -19.74 -19.56 -16.61 -16.74
45.00
0.45 -2.65 -18.75 -20.27 -20.08 -17.08 -17.21
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Damaged Body ID. No. 1
Title : NODE 1 BOTTOM
Permeability = 95.0 %
Intact Draft .............. 63.74 Ft
Displacement .............. 76009.6 S.Tons
X
Center of Gravity......(Ft)
Center of Buoyancy.....(Ft)
Center of Floatation...(Ft)

Y
Z
0.00 0.00 67.87
-4.52 -4.52 26.47
5.95 5.95 65.66

Equilibrium Position:
Vessel Heel ............... 6.23 Deg
Vessel Trim ............... 6.23 Deg
GMT ....................... 16.99 Ft
GML ....................... 16.98 Ft
Water Plane Area .......... 10728.51 S.Ft
Downflooding Points Height above Water
--------------------------------------DF PT.
-----1
2
3
4
5

Description
Height
(Ft)
-------------------- -----27.58
57.37
87.15
81.21
57.36

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Title : NODE 2 BOTTOM
Permeability = 95.0 %

Intact Draft .............. 63.74 Ft
Displacement .............. 76009.6 S.Tons
Center of Gravity (X,Y,Z) = 0.00;
0.00;

67.87 Ft

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7 -30.7 -8.4 -70..2 62.3 45.4 4 Int/Dam 50.9 53.8 31.------.9 25.9 70.5 -115.4 -67.9 0.0 4.0 17.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT.5 63.2 82.4 2 Int/Dam 56.------.-------------------.0 83.6 2.9 -81.7 21. Type Description 24.8 110.2 -70.------.2 25.0 13.9 27.8 78.3 83.------.3 -11.0 34.1 120.6 29.0 7.4 -91. Type Description 12.0 25.6 83..3 -119.2 ------.7 43.2 5 Int/Dam 93.6 51.0 29.1 2 Int/Dam 13.5 50.0 30.2 ------.3 -67.4 6.0 10.4 127.3 38.6 61.6 79..9 24.2 111.4 123.6 50.7 13.6 71.8 -105.2 56.9 96.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT.0 3.1 67.-------------------.0 18.7 -52.7 43.7 70.------.3 122.0 21. Type Description 0.0 44.6 28.0 2.7 3 Int/Dam 76.1 27.-------------------.7 -27.7 5 Int/Dam 56.9 83.0 15.5 27.2 36.7 -22.3 -72.3 86.1 46.0 22.2 -68...0 16.5 91.0 33.0 -135.0 31.-------------------.8 101.9 41.0 26.4 105.9 75.5 31.8 -31..2 121.7 85.3 3 Int/Dam 88.0 46.0 27.2 49.1 29.4 -147.7 64.8 30.1 21.8 -110.1 103.9 28.9 78.0 23.6 42.0 8.6 -3.7 -31.2 32.7 117. Team Malaysia 82 45.-------------------.0 35.0 68.6 4.8 72.7 -32.------.1 4 Int/Dam 82.0 5.3 9.6 79.0 31.14 Deg @ Weathertight Angle = 15.4 -33.3 -0.5 116.3 65.-------------------.8 50.------.7 -37.-------------------.2 ------.0 20.7 55.4 81.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------HEEL ANGLES ------.9 30.0 37.5 -62.------.-------------------.2 108.9 84.4 17.8 36.0 28.2 17.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 19.5 32.2 39.----------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam -4.9 73.-------------------.5 4 Int/Dam 79.7 61.OCEN 407 Design Class Angle of Tilt Axis .6 85.3 34.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 30.6 66.7 -143.1 4.6 88.0 6.0 8.7 -13.8 44.8 28.3 51.0 30.3 22.2 59.5 83..--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT.7 84.2 39.8 4 Int/Dam 65.5 125.0 43.9 3 Int/Dam 53.0 1.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------HEEL ANGLES ------.------.9 -14.4 107.14 Deg @ HEEL ANGLES ------.0 ------.8 77.0 38.2 49.5 55.7 -9.0 11.-------------------.9 74.3 74.0 45.7 26.6 10. Type Description 36.5 88.7 82.5 72.6 31.9 -33.3 87.0 41.0 14.0 ------.6 2 Int/Dam -42.9 31.8 16.6 57.7 50.1 3 Int/Dam 31.6 88.8 5 Int/Dam 115.9 -17.5 2 Int/Dam -100.1 73.3 14.7 24.0 40.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 25.9 87.2 .2 63.4 46.4 98.4 76.7 83.9 114.------.0 ------.2 -95.0 42.7 -86.7 -47.4 40.6 80.5 124.9 119.2 53.0 39.1 26.9 47.7 58.0 9.------.----------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT.6 112.1 25.5 126.0 ------.1 -76.00 Deg Downflooding Points Height Above Water (Ft) -------------------------------------------Downflooding Angle = 15.-------------------.9 60.6 -57.1 11.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------HEEL ANGLES ------.4 25.1 81.0 19.8 -139.5 25.3 70.3 25.6 59.2 -12.9 52.9 76.0 32.0 82.9 69.9 83.8 -132.6 -68.4 29.6 67.

.65 1103.Angles ---/ /-.2 129..2 129.74 Ft Displacement .2 115..02 17.Tons) ------------------.10 2.21 26.22 1103.41 -6.------.60 4.5 15.44 -2.-------------------.84 -6.---------------.78 26.5 8.14 26. 40.r.00 -8.92 0..64 27. 4.41 0.31 5.5 2.5 9.--/ Critical Yaw Angle /--.00.3( 2) 45.62 0..2( 2) 45.5 1.75 4.0 118..34 1103.92 -7...62 0.5 18..79 3.18 0..08 1103.85 1.00 9.91 1103..85 26.32 25.00 13...70 1103.14 -8..00 0.24 0.47 1103.63 1103.33 1.00 11.OCEN 407 Design Class 83 Team Malaysia 5 Int/Dam 127.4( 1) 45.03 26.41 -4.....62 27.85 0.25 0.00 -5.10 0..41 1103..00 15.87 -14..00 10.00 13.58 11.53 1103.97 1103..69 13.1( 2) 45.42 -4.6( 2) 45.51 6.00 -8..54 6.52 4.05 1103.7 113.26 7...32 -17.78 2...60 5.3 117.00.00 -6. 67.66 -3..47 -0.92 0.14 Deg @ --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------/--Angles w.5 13.5 4.17 25.------. Ship-/ Righting Heeling /-.00 -6.9( 2) 45.49 0.8 128.. 0.26 25.81 26.t..48 1103.06 28.27 0.-------0...52 0.50 -9..----------------------------------------------------------------------------StabCad Ver.00 -7.75 -4.00 -9.50 27.57 Deg Downflooding Angle .0 % Draft at no Heel .1( 1) 45.93 1.Y.00 -5.5 14.85 2. No.83 -18.92 1103.00 -6. 15.00 -7.00 10.7( 1) 45.57 1103.12 -5. 15.65 -12.63 6.30 SP1 *** team 3 malaysia Damage Stability Parameters Page 13 *** Damaged Body ID.79 1103.51 -11.56 -11..03 1.24 1103. 2 Title : NODE 2 BOTTOM Permeability = 95.73 0.07 7.29 28.2( 1) 45.56 -9..79 1..00 -5.39 -12.00 -8..5 7.5( 1) 45.57 10.5 16.00 -9..35 0.69 0..00 18.24 0..5 11.00 14.41 -7..43 -3.3( 2) 45.00 -9.12 -16.00 16.84 0.13 -16.00 11.00 Knot Wind Direction is Normal to Tilt Axis Range of Stability .1( 1) 45.00 -5.00 -9. 76009.00 8.68 4.40 26.53 5.-------------------------...-------.99 0..69 0.43 27.00 9.00 12..2( 2) 45.9 111.41 -18.91 29.51 2.21 3.18 28.43 30.00 -5.48 0.63 0.33 0.52 3.00 7.7( 2) 45.r.86 27.Center of Buoyancy--/ Flood Heel Trim Height Tilt Axis Heel Trim Arm Arm LCB TCB VCB Water (Deg) (Deg) (Ft) (Deg) (Deg) (Deg) (Ft) (Ft) (Ft) (Ft) (Ft) (S.59 12.87 -17..00 14.50 1103.58 11.09 -10..00 17.45 -1.4( 1) 45.60 26...09 28.-------.17 27.66 7.56 9.8( 1) 45.5 17.Z) = 0.69 -9.89 1103.23 -3.00 12..14 Deg @ Weathertight Angle ..5 20.25 -22.w.32 -8.88 0.01 -15.6 127. 50.50 1.5 12.Yawed axis ---/ Downflood Of /.5 6..49 -8.00 -8.36 27.72 25.5 .65 1103.13 4.00 6.87 8.00 16.6 S.2 ------.33 25.85 26.03 -8.9( 2) 45.74 -2.81 -0.75 -13.38 -9.00 -5.40 7.97 5.49 -10.16 0.49 26.1( 2) 45. 63.81 -4.00 7.87 Ft Wind Speed .t.28 -5.5 5.06 29.55 7.46 -1...5 3.01 0.58 29..7( 2) 45.00 26..Tons Center of Gravity (X.82 3.7( 2) 45.5 19.3( 1) 45.-------.59 1103.37 21.59 12.68 -6.5 10.28 -1...00 -7.40 9.98 0.68 0.00 -9.

00 -4.75 0. 67.52 19.5( 2) 45.5 38.00 34.05 -147.73 1103.23 0. 63.24 33.45 29.26 35..Z) = 0.19 -143.88 5..4( 2) 45..45 29.00 26.29 6.01 -22.00 16.56 0.45 29..8( 2) 45.81 -52.58 18. 15.42 0.66 0..62 0.51 -18..46 -10..00 1.3( 2) 45.98 -42.60 16.00 -6.52 -9.95 4.12 -12.22 1103.16 32.89 7.54 18.5 35.38 4.37 -81.54 -2.14 0.S..86 33.87 Ft Yaw Angle Of Tilt Axis .15 31.83 32...60 14.30 SP1 *** team 3 malaysia Damage Stability Allowable KG Page 14 *** Damaged Body ID.00 -5.26 -23.38 .09 -23.5 34.7( 2) 45..40 -86.32 -42..76 -23.39 -76.87 33.06 -37..43 -19.60 13.85 -2..00 -4.25 -25.69 1103.0( 2) 45.8( 2) 45.00 17.00 -5.00 -4.56 18.7( 2) 45.63 33.55 -22.60 14.25 0.83 31.10 34.60 15.12 1103.7( 2) 45.41 1103. 15.00 -4.00 Deg Downflooding Angle .52 5.---------.00 29.17 -2.02 -19.74 Ft Displacement .22 3.54 -21.45 -72.50 35.Y.00 18.48 0.69 -22.--------.93 0.00 Knot ***** -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Allowable Optimum Range Of Static /---Intercept---/ R.52 -2.00 26.5 26.00 -4.00 19..00.67 -44..58 0.24 0.8( 2) 45.53 1103.63 -62.57 18.5 25.16 1103.5 45.00 -4.5 33.53 -67.00 21.23 -24.04 34.69 0.92 -13.19 -8..O.00 25.4( 2) 45.71 -139.4( 2) 45.50 -12.00 27..14 Deg @ ***** Wind Speed 50.49 31.65 1103..00 21.00.05 0.60 14.26 -19.35 -15.00 33. 2 Title : NODE 2 BOTTOM Permeability = 95.58 17.26 -43.61 -19..60 S.5 40.64 2.07 7.23 1103.57 6.28 1103..1( 2) 45.00 -5.5 23.00 32.5 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------StabCad Ver.5 27.50 32.6( 2) 45..26 7.82 -20.45 0..00 23.00 20.26 0.76 -44.8( 2) 45.72 -57.1( 2) 45.00 -5.0 % Draft at no Heel .48 13.00 -5.63 -14.12 -21. No.00 28..58 -135.64 -24.64 0..7( 2) 45.47 1103..95 -21.79 -17.00 -4..85 -20.31 0.00 -6.80 30.07 -105.00 22.87 15.14 Deg @ Weathertight Angle .00 16.7( 2) 45.60 16.5 37.00 -4.2( 2) 45.08 0.28 5.27 -20.85 3.5 39.9( 2) 45.00 18.94 1103.00 -4.11 30.43 1103.71 5.51 19.20 34.69 4.7( 2) 45.15 6.5 32.5 28..51 33.45 30.07 0.73 6.53 -110. 76009.00 16.OCEN 407 Design Class 84 Team Malaysia 21. 0.76 40..32 1103.33 -100.5 22.5 31.5 44.9( 2) 45.75 -95.17 31.69 -11.00 22.5 30.---------For Input KG = 67.00 17.27 1103.55 -22.00 33.82 1103.02 6.5 42.----------------.15 1103.00 -4.42 6..66 -21..89 0.13 -32.5 43...3( 2) 45.Tons Center of Gravity (X.70 -20.52 1103.60 15.51 -91.60 33.55 18.95 0. 45.47 34.34 -22.46 30.79 -11.69 1103.59 17.23 -24.02 1103..60 13.00 17.00 -4.02 1103.40 -23.92 1103..07 -16.45 7.5 36.--------.67 1103.00 -4.91 0.29 -24.77 30.02 -19.45 -25..45 29.53 -43.92 -132.00 30.08 -2.5 41.40 0.53 -115.5( 2) 45.60 16.22 -18.00 20.49 1103.22 0.67 -119.90 -47. 4.65 34.5 29.48 0.00 24.00 20..66 34.21 -13.19 -27.41 -26.95 1103.53 18.00 -5.00 23.. Condition To Satisfy KG Tilt Angle Stability Angle 1st 2nd 1st-2nd/DF (Ft) (Deg) (Deg) (Deg) /-----(Deg)-----/ (Deg) -----------------------------------..5 24.09 -24.7( 2) 45.

19 -1.61 7.04 0.00 0.27 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------0.01 0.21 15 .01 -1.13 -1.99 999.46 1.00 0.49 -0..59 -0.60 7.19 -0.83 0..42 0.30 -0..14 15.56 6..08 -2.55 -0.22 -1.23 3.85 15.99 15.16 -1..00 0.16 -0...10 0.60 7.34 4.00 0..92 -0.98 -0.00* Static Angle = 15.99 -984.80 1.16 0.00 999...37 20.50 10.04 0.59 92..18 -1.56 -2.99 -984.85 15.84 -1.00 0.71 24.57 7..59 9.43 0.64 -0.14 88.97 -2..51 1.71 20.09 0.44 92.61 -0.00 0..21 12.33 22.85 -0.60 7.00 0.45 -1.11 2.07 -1. 76009..24 -0.16 -0.96 0..00 1.51 -0.36 -0. 63.35 0.38 11.69 1.52 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------StabCad Ver.00 0.53 4.14 1.03 -1.90 -0.52 -0.33 1.59 92.87 90.88 0.54 4.55 5.35 0.42 -0.59 8.26 -1.51 1.69 -0.99 999.73 -0.45 -0.14 11.40 -2.43 13.19 -0.00 0.46 1.00 0.65 15.45 0.56 -0.00 0.46 0.00 67.55 1.44 0.77 1.52 3.87 -0..25 -0.43 0.74 Ft Displacement ...50 2..90 -1..14 15.59 7.17 -0..14 15.60 -0.87 21..73 -0.64 -0.00 0.27 13.00 0.75 -0.75 -1.45 -1.52 3.00 0.68 -0.41 0.00 0.00 0.00 0..60 -0.62 20.99 88.44 Range of Stability = 7.74 -0.13 -0..68 15.14 15..55 -0.24 -0.37 -0.33 14..42 -0..84 -1.16 -0.00 -0.55 0.99 1.Tons -----------------------------------------------------------------------------Heel Heeling Arm Righting Arm Data For Calculated KG .00 0.13 999.00 0.32 0.73 -0.69 19.00 0.62 0.22 -0.00 0.00 0.10 -0.00 0.33 -0.50 15.33 -0.58 7.60 7.00 Area Ratio = 1.09 0.38 -0.81 -1.00 0.16 -0.39 0.92 -0...00 0.02 1.07 16.89 -1..00 1.51 2.42 87.63 8. 4..54 6.20 23.59 -0..27 -0..72 18.32 -0..00 RM/HM Ratio = 2.03 13.47 1.11 -0.14 11.14 -0.6 S..30 SP1 *** team 3 malaysia Righting Arm And Heeling Arm Curves Page *** Draft at no Heel .75 0.84 0.10 -2.90 -1.05 -0.13 15.60 0.10 -1.42 87.44 5.48 17. (Deg) 50.00 0.15 -0.66 -0.52 -0.46 -0.00 15..02 0.09 -0.15 -0.87 13.68 1..62 -1.48 1..29 0.58 7.00 85 Team Malaysia 15.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.41 1.OCEN 407 Design Class Heeling Arm = Righting Arm 90.14 92.

45 -2..55 4.43 -18... 4.63 Deg Vessel Trim .61 32..48 -5.60 6..81 26.60 6.31 44...18 41.60 6.79 -19...65 45.....21 -6..00 0..46 -8.. 63... 19.53 -3.00 0..20 -3....00 0.17 35.59 -8..(Ft) Center of Floatation..96 Equilibrium Position: Vessel Heel .81 -4.Ft Downflooding Points Height above Water Page 16 . No.60 6.91 -2.71 26...65 -19. 6..64 -4.46 -1..00 0.75 -4..47 -4.11 -3.00 0..85 -17..73 -6.26 -19.40 -17.25 10..43 37.49 -6.59 5.38 -8...42 -4..97 -5....58 5....21 -9.00 0.02 -6..54 4....70 -9.06 -8.42 -15.09 -19.56 -11.00 0.84 -6.74 -5..60 42.31 -17.62 -3....00 0.78 -15..73 -8..28 -6.60 40...66 -10.60 6.20 27.57 -20..30 SP1 *** team 3 malaysia Damage Stability Equilibrium Position Data * * * Damaged Body ID.19 -5.16 29.25 -4.00 0.14 -16.22 -17.75 -3...05 -9..97 -9.00 0.. 6. 11267.02 -18...90 39.58 -12..85 -18.00 67..75 36.(Ft) Y Z 0.74 -15.01 -10..6 S..09 Ft Water Plane Area .0 % Intact Draft ..00 0.04 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------StabCad Ver....53 3.40 -7.74 Ft Displacement .66 -4.00 0.16 -19.98 -7.59 -1.24 -11.56 4.99 -4.46 -16.24 -10.13 -6..96 -12..53 -10..60 6..45 -2.52 3.00 0.56 -2.32 -12..68 28..00 0.58 S.23 38..54 -16.95 -8.41 -18.. 19.85 -10...69 -6..OCEN 407 Design Class 86 Team Malaysia 25..00 0..51 -3.83 -10.08 Ft GML ......43 -9.00 0..56 -2.89 -5.00 0.81 -7...87 -7..00 0.32 -15.69 -5.12 31.59 -6.02 -2.00 0.Tons X Center of Gravity...93 -11..73 -8.97 -16.65 -3..27 -7.11 33.58 5...58 -3..45 -2..23 -7.87 -4.51 2.(Ft) Center of Buoyancy....47 10.45 -2.00 -9.57 5..00 0.00 0.. 76009.64 30.07 -5. 2 Title : NODE 2 BOTTOM Permeability = 95.62 -18.09 -4.48 -18.00 0.32 -4.96 43...26 -7.63 Deg GMT .08 -2..03 -3.15 -4.89 -5.24 64.48 -6...63 34....56 -8.96 -12...13 -16..23 -9.18 -5....45 -2..

7 33.24 56.0 15.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT..74 Ft Displacement ..6 82.30 SP1 team 3 malaysia Page 17 * * * Damage Stability Reference Point Table * * * Damaged Body ID.0 16.2 83. 76009.9 82..9 50.0 14.9 28.0 9..0 23.. Angle of Tilt Axis .0 67.6 17.6 83.7 84.1 86.0 13. 0.5 82..------.------.5 30...1 27.0 3. Type Description 0.1 27. -----1 2 3 4 5 Description Height (Ft) -------------------..2 31..0 10.9 77.0 29.87 Ft 45.6 78.Y.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------HEEL ANGLES ------.89 StabCad Ver.------..3 83.3 25..0 20.-----25.-------------------.0 . 63.0 22.0 31.1 4 Int/Dam 81..5 21.0 5.-------------------.0 8.0 21.21 Deg @ HEEL ANGLES ------..3 60.0 80.21 Deg @ Weathertight Angle = 15.3 28.-------------------. 67.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT.7 40.3 2 Int/Dam 57..9 29.9 80.0 2.7 64.00.25 56....1 88..9 91.8 77.3 85.0 ------.2 36.Z) = 0..4 81.0 % Intact Draft .0 11.. 4.-------------------. 3 Title : NODE 3 BOTTOM Permeability = 95.7 80..Tons Center of Gravity (X.3 70.0 17..6 73..3 82.6 S.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 27.55 82.8 83..2 80.0 83.1 83.9 86...7 ------.00.7 3 Int/Dam 87.OCEN 407 Design Class 87 Team Malaysia --------------------------------------DF PT.00 Deg Downflooding Points Height Above Water (Ft) -------------------------------------------Downflooding Angle = 15.5 27.0 18..1 43..0 5 Int/Dam 57.5 47.3 27.7 32.. No.0 19.0 7..3 53.5 87..0 4.2 86.------.1 82.0 1.91 88.0 6.5 87. Type Description 12..

8 43.9 63.1 -71.0 40.87 Ft 18 .Tons Center of Gravity (X.------.9 24..6 128.-------------------.8 -5.----------------------------------------------------------------------------StabCad Ver.0 60.0 127...1 110.6 126.5 59. No..Z) = 0.----------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT...8 66.6 28.4 3 Int/Dam 29..0 ------.74 Ft Displacement .8 117.0 118..7 30.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------HEEL ANGLES ------.------.8 126.3 -12.6 49.9 -118.5 54.3 120.1 2 Int/Dam -100..6 41.9 -3.5 129..1 -9.3 31.5 29.6 ------.-------------------.Y.5 -32.3 49.0 29.5 -122.9 -12.4 131.7 -81.6 13..6 3 Int/Dam 52.9 8.4 5.1 76.5 25.3 5 Int/Dam 128.0 38.. 0..--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------HEEL ANGLES ------.5 62.-------------------.3 22.0 71.3 50.2 119.-------------------.8 50.4 44.9 -43.1 48.4 -44...1 51.5 121.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 21..3 -110. 15..6 31.0 25.1 4 Int/Dam 49..4 5 Int/Dam 94.0 31.----------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam -1..2 -67.1 73.0 35.0 34..4 -10.0 ------.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 32.3 96.3 128..0 -12.6 56...5 3 Int/Dam 75.1 124.6 122.6 9.6 30.5 -37....0 27.7 41.------.1 101.6 30.0 39.0 45.-------------------.6 69.6 111.0 45.5 ------.5 -86.6 -17..3 4 Int/Dam 64.2 1. 4.6 -140.7 32.5 -52.0 33.6 S.4 -62.7 107..0 37..2 0.6 -42.8 125.4 55.2 14..0 57.5 -22.0 44.1 74.0 32.30 SP1 *** team 3 malaysia Damage Stability Parameters Page *** Damaged Body ID.8 68..4 17.1 6..--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT.5 9..-------------------..4 31.4 -7.8 124.93 Deg Downflooding Angle .2 35.------.0 78.2 33.1 123.1 77. Type Description 36.0 11.9 54.2 -90.2 67.5 53.8 32.6 60.00 Knot Wind Direction is Normal to Tilt Axis Range of Stability ..-------------------.4 ------. Wind Speed ..4 -114.3 73.21 Deg @ 67.0 41.0 49.8 99.6 32.9 -76..3 37. Type Description 24.4 -105.6 -144.4 -57.6 58..0 42.------.6 109.------..3 4.3 18.0 % Draft at no Heel .7 47. 50. 41.6 32.------..8 70..7 105.5 69.------.6 -42.4 -27.9 113.1 75..8 16..4 -6.2 -11.1 27.OCEN 407 Design Class 88 Team Malaysia ------.9 22.0 66.5 39. 3 Title : NODE 3 BOTTOM Permeability = 95.-------------------.7 123. 76009.0 25..4 62.00.9 132.1 27.4 -136.5 -47.4 71.9 -95. 63.0 19.5 103.0 30..7 2 Int/Dam -42.7 5 Int/Dam 115.8 127.4 4 Int/Dam 79.2 35.6 2 Int/Dam 13.0 26..0 28.0 -8...2 114..9 -132.5 -13.2 64..00..3 29.0 43.

00 0.91 -17.18 -110.00 6.97 0.00 -5.11 -20.68 1011.Angles ---/ /-.00 15.29 1011.60 17.00 31.00 -8.76 0.6 38.37 7.6 40.6 43.00 6.25 -3.2( 2) 45.87 0.00 11.91 28.00 11.00 9.5( 1) 45.00 20.36 7.69 -25.5( 2) 45.00 9.00 -4.16 -40.05 4.94 -0.9( 2) 45.38 -15.74 7.50 -6.09 1011.19 -95.46 0.6 12.33 0.23 0.66 -14.86 -22.00 -4.71 32.6 24.96 -13.64 30.41 -15.6 7.00 7.94 0.05 31.42 6.6 19.88 0.79 0.54 -17.75 29.59 -118.5( 2) 45.00 27.25 -22.00 8.58 11.6 2.67 -10.23 0.6 14.00 -4.51 -100.11 1011.4( 2) 45.52 -11.42 -3.90 1011..00 22.98 4.00 21.58 12.00 -5.49 1.05 0.6 1.-------.9( 1) 45.3( 1) 45.4( 2) 45.09 -7.69 -19.3( 1) 45.59 -25.98 34.89 27.10 -18.41 -9.73 -9.31 0.85 -12.00 8.94 26.56 -39.6 13.w.73 33.t.6 31.62 26.55 7.00 10.95 -20.00 -5.47 28.52 21.29 26.6 6.74 -32.00 -5.52 4.98 -2.99 0.52 3.35 1011.52 -47.79 -21.00 28.6 39.94 -13.00 -6.06 0.05 1.35 1011.18 7.42 27.13 -17.66 1011.92 35.r.6 41.3( 2) 45.20 2.93 34.99 28.00 33. Team Malaysia 15.6( 2) 45.80 -27.26 1011.53 5.56 0.33 1011.27 -18.00 23.01 -24.84 6.52 -1.00 16.36 -15.55 -14.6 89 .00 -3.00 15.5( 2) 45.52 20.44 1011.43 -3.00 -5.13 3.40 34.00 28.87 3.6 45.53 -20.00 -6.65 1011.95 21.00 24.01 -19.59 17.4( 2) 45.48 3.63 0..99 4.44 -52.96 26.91 -114.47 28.00 11.49 -18.7( 2) 45.65 1011.9( 2) 45.45 28.47 0.70 7.41 1011.85 1011.23 -12.38 -21.65 0.05 32.63 1011.6 4.38 32.73 0.r.00 7.09 -14.50 1.46 -0.19 1011.6 23.84 27.00 -4.82 1011.2( 2) 45.5( 1) 45.36 34.00 -8.6 28.14 35.-------------------------.9( 1) 45.60 13.57 3.61 14.42 1011.86 0.01 5.99 30.-------.6 35.10 3.00 13.00 33.00 25.86 -13.16 8.00 22.4( 2) 45.45 1011.88 -18.00 14.00 -3.60 13.00 35.00 -6.97 -24..09 0.46 28.00 -4.59 12.77 1011.60 -22.04 -90.OCEN 407 Design Class Weathertight Angle .17 -67.--/ Critical Yaw Angle /--.14 1011.00 -4.21 0.09 -71.6 18.47 -0.54 7.39 0.98 -86.03 30.46 -16.6 33.49 0.57 0.74 1.91 3.44 -2.68 30.6 37.40 26.00 -4.33 6.05 -0.4( 2) 45.Center of Buoyancy--/ Flood Heel Trim Height Tilt Axis Heel Trim Arm Arm LCB TCB VCB Water (Deg) (Deg) (Ft) (Deg) (Deg) (Deg) (Ft) (Ft) (Ft) (Ft) (Ft) (S.94 -4.95 7.10 -136.72 1011.55 -6.09 33.4( 2) 45.21 1011.51 1011.6 29.93 1011.11 -10.54 18.03 -41.60 13.6 34.58 26.29 26.00 26.46 0.81 26.00 -5.5( 2) 45.1( 2) 45.4( 2) 45.6 16.-------.6 5.55 6.37 31.65 29.00 10.00 5.26 0.20 0.22 -23.61 15.6 42.02 0.67 -37.08 -28.72 1011.6 21.60 15.62 -4.24 1011.57 -24.60 -23.00 -4.51 2.91 27.27 -62.00 -8.29 1011.45 -4.6 20.98 9. Ship-/ Righting Heeling /-..6( 2) 45.05 0.00 -4.69 6.82 -0.00 -8.46 0.35 -57.61 0.33 1011.24 27.00 25.60 -42.18 1011.97 1011.60 16.-------0.16 3.75 -8.81 -23.53 34.56 18.98 -22.00 11.5( 2) 45.00 13.50 0.47 0.36 4.6 25.00 -4.98 -81.13 -7.00 -7.00 -4.28 0.4( 2) 45.91 -132.27 -105.00 10.00 19.6 3.59 1011.5( 2) 45.5( 2) 45.9( 2) 45.5( 2) 45.64 -24.91 34.33 -24.48 33.67 -9.97 1011.30 29.00 -4.42 -140.00 -7.90 5.99 -5..53 18.40 -0.00 18.00 33.00 -7.6 15.00 11.27 13.21 1011.28 6.00 26.16 2.7( 2) 45.1( 1) 45.00 -8.96 29.15 5.------.76 -11.30 4.56 9.6 9.00 17.83 5.6 32.6( 2) 45.59 17.93 29.82 -16.51 1011.37 -21.38 32.00 -8.9( 2) 45.24 28.24 35.00 19.74 27.08 0.77 1011.28 1011.60 14.01 26.6 22.70 -10.62 5.93 -5.23 -122.02 -76.56 -21.55 18.31 -22.16 -8.68 -17.6 36.28 4.33 -0.19 0.57 18.43 29.91 0.90 -144.65 27.3( 2) 45.6 27.00 -5.00 -4.36 -16.19 0.38 1011.67 0.62 0.60 0.9( 2) 45.65 0.81 -10.22 -14.Yawed axis ---/ Downflood Of /.00 25.21 Deg @ --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------/--Angles w.00 -4.00 -5.54 6.31 25.00 17.94 1011.24 1011.28 -19.60 15.86 0.00 -3.t.21 -21.57 10.64 26.51 1011.---------------.11 0.00 1011.45 -1.18 1011.00 -4.00 29.45 -3.81 6.04 1011.77 -20.6 30.10 27.41 -4.00 -4.23 -23.66 -40.61 27.64 1.67 0.20 26.56 0.27 1011.46 28.00 12.59 17.00 12.22 0.01 -27.9( 2) 45.23 0.6 44.62 0.00 23.00 -4.60 16.28 34..45 0.6 17.90 -23.67 4.98 -12.22 -5.00 -8.33 30.75 -7.70 0.31 0.4( 2) 45.6( 2) 45.18 -23.97 -7.5( 2) 45.00 30.2( 2) 45.10 -15.6 11..58 18.6 8.71 5.1( 1) 45.6 10.50 2.6( 2) 45.6( 2) 45.Tons) ------------------.52 18.6 26.71 31.00 -6.55 8.

..00 RM/HM Ratio = 2.--------..OCEN 407 Design Class 90 Team Malaysia --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------StabCad Ver.21 Deg @ ***** Wind Speed 50.89 15.78 15.21 88..99 -984.. 3 Title : NODE 3 BOTTOM Permeability = 95.00 15.50 92..50 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------StabCad Ver.84 41.24 88.35 Range of Stability = 7..S..0 % Draft at no Heel ... 63...21 15..---------For Input KG = 67..21 0. 15.21 92..30 SP1 *** team 3 malaysia Righting Arm And Heeling Arm Curves Draft at no Heel ..74 Ft Displacement .30 SP1 *** team 3 malaysia Page Damage Stability Allowable KG 19 *** Damaged Body ID.00 1.74 Ft Displacement .70 1..Y.20 15...60 S..21 15.60 15. 0.87 15. 4.21 15...21 11.....00 999.. 76009.00 15..78 13.---------.Tons Page *** 20 .03 13.58 1.21 15.. 76009.71 20.. 63.21 12. 4.. No. 67.00...87 Ft Yaw Angle Of Tilt Axis ..O. Condition To Satisfy KG Tilt Angle Stability Angle 1st 2nd 1st-2nd/DF (Ft) (Deg) (Deg) (Deg) /-----(Deg)-----/ (Deg) -----------------------------------. 45.37 Heeling Arm = Righting Arm 90.20 999..00 Deg Downflooding Angle .18 13...00* Static Angle = 15..00 Area Ratio = 1..----------------.00 Knot ***** -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Allowable Optimum Range Of Static /---Intercept---/ R...00.....Tons Center of Gravity (X....00 15.6 S.. 15.--------.99 999....62 20..Z) = 0..78 15..99 -984...21 Deg @ Weathertight Angle ..99 999..59 13...

00 0.60 6.62 -4.26 -0.50 -2.18 -7.36 4.87 -12.16 23.38 -7.86 0.21 -1.18 25.12 2.50 -10..18 -0.00 0.23 -0.77 -0.27 -6.40 -6.22 -12.44 0.38 -0.14 -0.00 0.00 0.25 -11.33 -10.00 0.01 -6.76 -0.60 -10.59 -3.09 -0.37 22.66 28.61 -0.60 32.20 -6.11 -1.79 -0.06 -3.60 6.00 0.31 44.60 -1.00 0.73 18.47 5.24 -17.61 6..47 0.00 0.57 7.10 1.60 7.72 -6.57 5.60 -3.00 0.70 0.21 -0.49 1.66 -0.05 16.51 -4.27 0.00 0.32 -0.09 1.00 0.26 -17.67 -0.85 0.00 0.56 41.08 -2.08 -0.66 7.04 0.41 20.58 -0.00 0.00 0.00 0.06 0.56 -9.00 0.54 -3.60 7.12 -0.00 0.82 -9.08 0.65 15.55 4.34 1.50 40.80 -8.58 7..45 0.30 14..41 0.35 92.00 0.39 -9.94 -0.62 -0.34 0.00 0.82 -5.54 1.19 -0.00 0.43 11.56 -3.68 8.74 -17.08 -14.74 45.81 -1.OCEN 407 Design Class 91 Team Malaysia -----------------------------------------------------------------------------Heel Heeling Arm Righting Arm Data For Calculated KG .58 6.54 4.06 -2.76 -16.11 -12.38 0.40 -1.64 9.65 -0.51 -5.95 -0.35 -0.82 -6.97 -1.52 3.16 -5.51 2.77 1.70 -0.00 0.16 -9.39 -0. (Deg) 50.67 1.28 42.02 0.87 90.77 -1.46 -0.71 -16.23 -7.05 -3.67 -1.06 -3.11 -1.62 -0.05 -5.67 -7.59 5.00 0.23 -0.58 7.33 0.79 -7.00 0.28 -16.52 -2.21 -0.00 0.83 43.00 0.00 0..60 7.00 0.31 0.62 -0.00 0.50 2.17 -5.52 3.00 0.18 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------0.89 -1.46 -6.00 0.89 -1.93 -9.44 0.23 -15.39 -4.47 -0.45 -0.50 -3.93 -0.25 -5.46 -7.67 -6.12 -4.91 -8.14 29.95 -2.58 5.20 -9.47 -0.02 38.46 -15.47 -0.00 0.50 92.71 19.59 5..53 3.79 -17.17 -0.56 -0.34 -8.63 30.60 7.00 0.70 0.68 -5.59 8.00 0.70 -13.57 -11.24 -1..14 -4.41 -8.65 -8.51 1.19 -14.96 -7.62 -0.60 6.00 0.46 1.18 -18.00 0.46 1.00 -15.00 1.56 6.16 -0.08 -1.23 -1.42 0.19 -0.11 31.26 12.58 -6.94 -10.54 -8.10 33..53 4.46 -0.13 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------StabCad Ver.00 0.20 -0.69 -4.25 -7.00 0.22 -4.60 6.58 -2.00 -15.86 -5.33 -12.48 0.00 0.52 3.99 1.91 21.07 0.00 0.70 -13.46 -0.09 -2.00 0..40 -0.86 0.53 -0..68 24..01 13.68 -0.49 -0.39 -1.00 0.97 0.09 -0.13 35.87 -0.10 0..52 3.47 1.94 -1.06 -9.64 -0.00 0.26 -1.36 -2.18 -1.61 0.24 88.02 -4.00 0.24 3.43 0.94 -2.00 0.17 -1.66 -18.00 0.57 -0.17 27..05 -11.91 39.57 0.22 -0.61 7.00 0..61 -14.54 -13.30 SP1 team 3 malaysia Page 21 .46 17.60 6.17 -9.03 -6.63 -16.46 1.39 -0.56 4.56 10.00 0.91 -2.54 4.16 -10.83 -1.00 0.00 1.29 37.77 -0.62 -10.03 -0.00 67.55 5. 4.00 0.94 -1.73 -3.52 3.68 26.19 -0.91 -0.97 -7..72 -5.00 -5.00 88.46 -0.03 -0.44 -9.00 0.95 -12.13 -0.28 -10.00 0.61 34.00 0.47 -0...56 -0.68 36.56 -14.19 -0.19 -0.78 1.46 -0.64 -4.

00 0....0 % Intact Draft ... No.62 -4.... 6.....30 SP1 team 3 malaysia * * * Damage Stability Reference Point Table * * * Damaged Body ID..10 57.... 10877.33 Deg GMT ...... 4 Title : NODE 1 2 BOTTOM Permeability = 95.(Ft) Center of Buoyancy....-----27... 17........74 Ft Displacement ..6 S.Ft Downflooding Points Height above Water --------------------------------------DF PT.37 Equilibrium Position: Vessel Heel ....18 7..00 67..33 Ft Water Plane Area ....93 S........52 57...(Ft) Y Z 0..32 StabCad Ver........55 81.32 87.....23 65..32 Ft GML ............. 4.(Ft) Center of Floatation............OCEN 407 Design Class *** 92 Team Malaysia Damage Stability Equilibrium Position Data * * * Damaged Body ID. 3 Title : NODE 3 BOTTOM Permeability = 95. 63... 17....Tons X Center of Gravity..... 76009.. No........0 % Page 22 ..22 7.87 -4...... -----1 2 3 4 5 Description Height (Ft) -------------------......32 Deg Vessel Trim .. 6..62 26..

6 64.5 12.8 113.1 70.7 -82.3 92.1 2 Int/Dam 51.1 66.6 72.Tons Center of Gravity (X.0 71.1 78.Z) = 0.0 3.5 113.------.9 6..-------------------.------.1 87.0 17.0 25.2 62.0 -7.0 21.00.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------HEEL ANGLES ------.-------------------.3 89.9 -80.-------------------.. 93 67.7 89.6 88.3 105.8 65.7 -35.9 102.2 74..5 .0 ------.Y.6 89.4 89.4 67.0 16.7 9.0 30.0 72.0 76.0 23.9 100.-------------------.0 39.5 45.8 -0.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------HEEL ANGLES ------.2 -21.6 12.0 7.1 41.0 27.------.9 3 Int/Dam 96..0 11.9 -113.4 -10..0 40.0 1.00.3 7.1 96.3 -14.3 108..7 74.5 11.5 16.9 74.0 79.3 7.30 Deg @ HEEL ANGLES ------.1 86..0 15.-------------------.1 12.0 ------.0 37.4 -70.------.0 5.0 32.0 4.8 42.0 31.2 20.------.5 9.6 -40.8 55.4 55.4 61.4 5 Int/Dam 51.7 38.1 -125.2 1.3 -55.6 -14.8 94.8 68.1 5.7 91.0 72.7 110. 63.9 5 Int/Dam 88.4 89.----------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 81.2 96.4 71. Type Description 36..1 88..0 19.------.1 58.-------------------.5 3 Int/Dam 86.0 13.7 12..2 -2.6 -16.9 -30..0 26.0 8.0 ------.8 116.1 4 Int/Dam 86. Angle of Tilt Axis .2 84.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT. Type Description 12.4 55..5 94.5 82.6 98.6 -121.5 71. 76009.6 75.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 11.0 2.3 81.2 83.-------------------....4 113. Type Description 0..0 -25.0 90.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia Intact Draft .8 4 Int/Dam 87.6 72.3 80.7 -75..0 ------.1 8.0 38.4 115.9 -7.1 -11.2 38.2 74.1 69..4 5.0 28.7 85.5 10.6 3 Int/Dam 64..------.7 5 Int/Dam 111.-------------------.3 96.9 -13. 0.1 70.5 89..6 7.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT.3 -3.0 42..1 79.7 -109.74 Ft Displacement .0 22.00 Deg Downflooding Points Height Above Water (Ft) -------------------------------------------Downflooding Angle = 14.8 48.-------------------..7 104.3 2 Int/Dam -45.4 88..87 Ft 45.0 93.1 66.0 9.0 41.3 77.0 60.0 10.4 -50.3 64.2 4 Int/Dam 73.1 68.0 86.4 27.8 81.0 89.1 -81.8 -82.0 10.4 61.3 75.3 7.8 8.0 89.1 51.------.0 45.0 34.0 20.3 77.3 34.5 -121.0 6.30 Deg @ Weathertight Angle = 14.------.0 ------.1 73.-------------------.7 -105.7 12...4 7.0 9.2 80.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT.3 94..--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------HEEL ANGLES ------.1 ------...2 -121.0 43.2 82.0 44..3 87.4 -86.0 3..9 85.5 2 Int/Dam 9.1 83.3 71.1 92.7 61...8 77.5 76.7 10.0 88.0 18.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 1.0 29.4 -60.1 95.1 118.3 84.8 24.7 -66.0 84.8 95.2 -102. Type Description 24.-------------------.------.----------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT.6 11.0 35..7 ------.9 31.8 67.0 14.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 7.0 33.3 112.------.6 S.8 107.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------StabCad Ver.49 -0.00 -12.41 -5.1 .88 1.00 0.48 2115.10 30.4 -142.75 0.37 -8.7 -132.6( 1) 45.81 2115..1 -77.22 -0.62 0.5 -120.72 -3..54 4.00 Knot Wind Direction is Normal to Tilt Axis Range of Stability ..1 15.21 0.46 -2.57 8.08 -2...5 -81.78 -16.9 86.23 2115.72 -11.00 14.00 9.2( 2) 45.65 -13.1 11.69 5.76 2.00 -13.40 6.1 16.70 0.61 -9.2 85.12 7.34 2115.52 29.85 30.-------.Y.87 2115.8 -121.53 3.00 -10..71 -15.37 1..00 17..29 29...76 2115.1 -76.Yawed axis ---/ Downflood Of /.1 12...39 4.82 8.94 0.65 -14..2 -125..83 -9.55 4..42 -5.50 0..48 1.00 -13.3 -120.7 -136.Z) = 0.00 10.92 -5..00 16.48 2115..47 -2.60 2115.00 16.1 10..30 Deg @ --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------/--Angles w.0( 1) 45.51 5.66 28.OCEN 407 Design Class 94 Team Malaysia 2 Int/Dam -117.78 29.52 2.1 8.00 -13.00 -11.00.6 -40.35 28.00 -12.85 -17.1 6.0( 1) 45.3( 1) 45.6 -77.7 -78.51 1.79 -17.00 -9.44 0.------. 76009.21 9....50 Deg Downflooding Angle .59 5.1 -151.00 13.---------------.16 2..18 2115...--/ Critical Yaw Angle /--.4 86.0 -116.66 8..97 28.61 0..1 9.56 28..55 -18.. 67.72 4. 0.33 3.00 12.18 7.9 87..00 -12.1 5.30 SP1 *** team 3 malaysia Damage Stability Parameters Page 23 *** Damaged Body ID.6( 1) 45.5 -116. 14.31 0.24 0.-------.00 6.05 7.2 3 Int/Dam -120.17 4.74 0.33 11.40 0.30 -4..74 Ft Displacement .1( 1) 45.64 10.-------0.94 10..95 7..30 28.Tons) ------------------.95 0.00 11..00 -12.7 -144.4 84.74 7.96 28.40 9.00 -12. Ship-/ Righting Heeling /-.7 -147.3( 1) 45.t.00 -11.00 -10.60 0.25 1.69 0. 4.46 5.43 -4.1 2.97 2115.3 86..26 3.68 -12.71 -1.5 4 Int/Dam -80.. 14.00 -13.-------.00 17.56 -6.1( 2) 45. 63.33 0..76 0..28 7..36 2115.. No. 4 Title : NODE 1 2 BOTTOM Permeability = 95.3 ------.1 13.97 28.50 30.06 29.3 -118.15 2115.8 80....6 -129.26 2115..00 -11.00 14.12 7. 50.98 0.13 0.2( 2) 45.1 14.9 -123.0 % Draft at no Heel ...00 -10.1 3.1( 2) 45.64 28.Angles ---/ /-..21 0.5 -80.00.00 18.01 9.4( 1) 45.08 8.38 7.t. 31.01 -10.56 7.6 5 Int/Dam 78.27 28..85 -7.9( 2) 45.45 9.25 3.------..26 -11..6 S.48 -1.-------------------------.1 17.1 4.40 -6.00 15.86 -7.r.31 28.8( 1) 45..-------------------..00 18.00 15.33 0.67 -14.5( 1) 45.20 -2.57 2115.12 -7.5( 1) 45.8 -39.4 -76.63 28..17 7.6( 2) 45.1 -79.00 13.1 7.00 10.24 2115.7 110.30 Deg @ Weathertight Angle ..1 -120.16 -11.00 12.w.40 2115.44 -3.Tons Center of Gravity (X.95 0.26 0.00 -9.7 112.55 5.03 2.55 6.00 -11.87 Ft Wind Speed .r...Center of Buoyancy--/ Flood Heel Trim Height Tilt Axis Heel Trim Arm Arm LCB TCB VCB Water (Deg) (Deg) (Ft) (Deg) (Deg) (Deg) (Ft) (Ft) (Ft) (Ft) (Ft) (S.68 2115.7 -79.29 2115..69 1.1( 1) 45..1 1.

67.37 -8.32 -75.08 31.13 0..1 43.02 33.57 12.59 11.87 Ft Yaw Angle Of Tilt Axis .01 4.14 -19..89 0. 14..1 26.0 33..58 -5.00 28.98 -4.93 33.13 -12.93 2066.4( 2) 45.7( 2) 45.26 0.77 -5.21 -66.85 -0.8 39.50 -23. No.24 0..02 -22..10 -22.60 S.00 22.4( 2) 45.42 29.66 0.00 29.00 26.1 45.75 1714.58 11.42 29.00 2115.56 14..03 -9.59 12.31 7.12 -14.Tons Center of Gravity (X.36 2115.58 9.40 2115.1 21.00 19.1 30.1 31.00 -0.9( 2) 45.90 -22.75 2115.82 1581. 0.83 -4.00 Knot ***** -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Allowable Optimum Range Of Static /---Intercept---/ R.00 29.65 2115.00 -9.06 0.22 -132...13 -20.7( 2) 45.00 20.76 -10.45 -55.1( 3) 45.00 -9.94 6.00 17..00 32.55 4.07 -3. 4 Title : NODE 1 2 BOTTOM Permeability = 95.63 -12.05 -4.73 1807..76 1953.08 -60.13 6..21 -144.00 24.49 -21.93 32.2( 2) 45.00 28. 14.63 32.34 -20.00 20.81 2065.07 2112.00 23.00 Deg Downflooding Angle .08 6..00 -9.1 20.55 0.76 0.0 % Draft at no Heel .2 41.12 32.01 -21..09 2115.00 -9.00 31.2( 2) 45.5( 3) 45.05 -48..00 -4.41 29.59 10.54 -21.6( 2) 45.26 -6.50 32.00 -9.55 0.19 2115.12 -121.32 -136.73 1941.95 -19.58 2115.40 32.1 29.00 21.41 30.01 31.4( 2) 45.74 -20.23 32.60 -45.03 32.15 0.26 5.00 4.74 31.64 -121.78 0.Z) = 0..00 29.73 1853..0( 2) 45.23 -46.00.85 -121.2 36.5( 2) 45.19 -6.00 -6..30 Deg @ ***** Wind Speed 50.73 -45.00 27.89 -49.62 34.7( 2) 45.22 -125.60 32.12 2088.00 -3.17 0.90 33.85 -129.29 -151.82 0.00 -9.00 2.69 -70..99 2066.70 0.33 -9.1 37. 4.40 31.30 SP1 *** team 3 malaysia Damage Stability Allowable KG Page 24 *** Damaged Body ID.45 -12.93 33..30 32.58 9.42 29.6 38.72 32.40 -47.17 -9.22 0.1 19.1 23...58 9.S.23 32.00 29..25 5..41 31. 76009..39 6.00 5.25 -50..80 0.1 25.28 4.00 -9.83 2.59 11.89 33.00 6.7( 2) 45.41 30.00 30.OCEN 407 Design Class 95 Team Malaysia 18. 45.13 0.41 2115.98 -5.39 -30..62 2115.24 32.44 0.55 -11.50 32.26 0.21 -45.37 5.49 -80.41 30.76 31...6( 2) 45.75 0.2 40.51 7.00 -10.96 2115.92 -14.52 -4.00 29.00 -10.53 34.42 0.59 10.35 -4.3( 2) 45..57 11.81 -21.48 33.2( 3) 45.00 18.00 -9.9( 2) 45..00 23.52 -5.57 -19.69 0.1( 2) 45.2( 2) 45.00 25.89 -46.1 27.70 -46.2( 3) 45.00 33.7( 2) 45.24 -40..93 7.72 0.00 29.47 -25.71 -5.96 -45..04 -5.18 2115.46 6.98 5.91 2115.55 2115.03 32.72 7.59 11.56 13.5 35.78 -50.97 -22.35 -45.28 1.64 -8.00 -2.00 32..00 -9.46 -142.25 -45.37 -16.41 32.30 Deg @ Weathertight Angle .2( 2) 45.00 21.36 0.00 4.03 -120. Condition To Satisfy KG Tilt Angle Stability Angle 1st 2nd 1st-2nd/DF .50 0.00 28.00 6.72 6.1 22.95 0.00 -9..1 32.42 30.7( 2) 45.Y..26 2115.7 44.1 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------StabCad Ver.35 2115.17 -0.76 -121.11 -5.45 0.87 2088.14 3.97 0.54 0..42 29.1 28.01 -147.89 4.00 -11.41 32.62 -16.17 0.41 30.00 31.95 -7.74 Ft Displacement . 63.62 -44.00.7( 2) 45.88 -125.8 34.05 -7.6( 3) 45.39 29.00 0.2 42...O.1 24.00 -9.31 -35.4( 2) 45.24 0.08 -47.00 19.41 31.

71 -0.40 -0.00 0.44 1.58 7.11 -0.19 7..00 0.19 6.45 12.50 3.36 -0.07 -0.08 -0...00 0.24 -0..00 0.43 0..22 19.05 -0.00 0..17 0.62 -0.12 0..00 0.25 21.31 -0.00 0.51 -1..68 -0.00 0..31 12.51 13.30 0.76 0.65 0.15 1.69 -0.00 0.09 -0.49 17.32 -0.55 6. (Deg) 50.94 -0.32 16.10 -0..OCEN 407 Design Class 96 Team Malaysia (Ft) (Deg) (Deg) (Deg) /-----(Deg)-----/ (Deg) -----------------------------------.01 10..85 -0..99 11.60 -0..63 0.17 0.26 0.00 0.48 0.52 Range of Stability = 7.00 67.26 -0.Tons -----------------------------------------------------------------------------Heel Heeling Arm Righting Arm Data For Calculated KG .65 -0.12 -0.47 -0.47 -0.---------.21 -0.05 -0.40 0.44 0..96 Heeling Arm = Righting Arm 90.69 -0.00 0.07 1.67 1.57 7.88 0.63 -0.00 0.24 -0.27 -1.16 5.00 0.05 -1.---------For Input KG = 67.00 -0.91 14.13 -0.--------.00 0.09 3..57 -0.27 0. 4.12 -0.27 0.74 92.99 0..00 0. 63..17 -0.33 -0.52 92.30 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------0.51 3.10 9.80 2.26 25 .71 0.33 0.07 -0.75 87.69 19.01 14..47 -0.95 0.69 14.42 -0.--------.74 0.54 5.30 14..27 1.17 1...71 -0.00 0.27 0.26 -0.43 -0.68 0.43 1.52 4.00 0.75 -0.30 14.00 0.17 1..12 -0.74 14.00 0.41 0.65 -0...06 -1.57 -0.87 14.53 4.69 0.44 0.21 -0..42 0.55 5.00 1..00 0.62 11.74 Ft Displacement .13 0.92 19.41 0.08 999.30 8.01 15.69 999.42 0.47 18.00* Area Ratio = 1.13 4.15 11.30 14.54 0.38 12.68 1.58 7.49 2.30 8.15 -0.74 92.00 RM/HM Ratio = 2.24 -0.00 0.34 31.99 -985.29 999.53 -0..59 7.47 1.30 14.00 0.00 0.30 92.29 14.87 90.61 0.34 -0.25 -0.41 -0.62 88.49 1.82 0.03 -0...12 -0.46 1..71 -0.16 8.00* Static Angle = 15.95 -0..30 14..54 -0.30 14.99 999.22 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------StabCad Ver.75 87....85 -1.00 0.54 0.00 0. 76009.36 -0.77 20.25 88.6 S..30 SP1 *** team 3 malaysia Righting Arm And Heeling Arm Curves Page *** Draft at no Heel .38 -0.00 0.56 7.00 14..58 7.25 -0.30 14..02 -0.17 1.00 0.05 2.48 2.36 2.89 0.00 1.99 -985.25 -0.----------------..

.41 -5..00 0..50 -3.40 -6.26 24. 4 Title : NODE 1 2 BOTTOM Permeability = 95.36 -3.19 Ft Water Plane Area ..49 -18..16 -1.06 -5...76 -6.99 -18..69 -18..53 33..00 0.74 -15...43 -4.76 25.13 -17.45 -6..41 -5..51 -23..00 0.15 -4.48 28...54 -7..56 -6.16 26.55 -22..00 0.70 -17...00 0.82 27..63 41.54 38....00 0.55 -2.88 -17....99 -2.41 -5.19 Ft GML ..76 32.40 Deg Vessel Trim .02 -20... 29..75 -20...01 -18.57 34.80 -4.42 -3.18 -18.38 -20.00 0..17 -15.01 39.22 -16.61 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------StabCad Ver..41 -5..57 -3.30 SP1 *** team 3 malaysia Damage Stability Equilibrium Position Data * * * Damaged Body ID.27 37.83 -6.00 0.00 0..05 -4.43 31.15 -5...42 -4.77 -20..37 29.17 -20.75 -21...59 6.28 -23..21 -4..59 6...25 35.78 -6..42 -4.Ft Page 26 .00 0.09 42. No.22 -17. 76009.89 -1..87 -6.13 Equilibrium Position: Vessel Heel .46 -4.43 -0.59 6.59 6.00 0..56 28.00 0.0 % Intact Draft .41 -5.55 -22..66 -5.6 S...91 -8.(Ft) Y Z 0..21 -15.41 -6.79 -4.67 -3.00 -3..39 -7. 63.15 63.00 0...91 -4..21 -19..40 Deg GMT .25 -17....70 -16.00 -1.00 0.00 0.49 -18.74 Ft Displacement ..69 -20.00 -21...42 -4..01 -22.70 -21.....00 0.94 -19.59 6.56 4....00 0.59 -2...48 -5. 9. 4.(Ft) Center of Floatation.13 -18.49 -1..76 30.88 -15.61 40.06 -21...00 0.24 -21.75 -20.00 0...00 -23....67 36.87 -16..57 -1..87 -20..48 44..00 0.00 67.72 -2..75 -17.. 14355.65 -7.51 -0..47 S..57 5.18 -21.13 -3...00 -1.41 -18.(Ft) Center of Buoyancy.....95 -17..00 -15....65 -19.13 -3. 9..26 -18.49 -21.05 -8..41 -5. 29.17 -3.21 -20..60 -18.80 43.34 -20..41 -5...77 -23.77 -2.44 -19.57 5.76 -18.16 45.52 -20.22 -5.00 0.28 26.88 -19.87 -17..00 0.41 -4..45 -16.78 -17.88 -16..56 4....Tons X Center of Gravity.28 -16.49 -5.42 -4.57 -19..23 26..58 5..40 -21.91 -6.09 -5.00 0.76 23.82 -17.24 -18.97 -19.43 -2.OCEN 407 Design Class 97 Team Malaysia 22.13 -22.52 -2.77 -4.73 -18.00 0...20 -18.50 -20.00 0.

4 -28.2 -127..0 3.1 148.0 8.------.6 -128..6 S.8 -22.3 -128..0 4.OCEN 407 Design Class 98 Team Malaysia Downflooding Points Height above Water --------------------------------------DF PT.2 -15.5 -4.6 5.5 18.0 2.1 -156.6 139..1 -126...00..4 -128.0 5. No Weathertight Point was submerged .1 .3 125.0 -154.87 Ft Angle of Tilt Axis .00 Deg Downflooding Points Height Above Water (Ft) -------------------------------------------No Downflooding Point was submerged . 5 Title : PONTOON 1 LEFT Permeability = 95.80 StabCad Ver.0 7.0 9..8 -156..0 11..9 -151.------.0 7.0 12..4 3 Int/Dam 104..3 4 Int/Dam 92.6 -19.Z) = 0.3 2.0 -24.0 -13...30 SP1 team 3 malaysia Page 27 * * * Damage Stability Reference Point Table * * * Damaged Body ID.7 15. 76009.0 1..7 134.4 5 Int/Dam 42.7 -128. No.7 139..31 51.4 -6. -----1 2 3 4 5 Description Height (Ft) -------------------.6 138.6 -30. 225..6 135.7 133..--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam -20.2 -26.0 6.0 138.29 87....5 -128.2 -157.1 -128. 4.-------------------.7 -157. 67.81 96.0 139.6 -128.. 63.. Type Description 0.4 139.0 -152.9 -33.0 10.5 10.-------------------. 0.3 -2.4 -11..--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT.Y. HEEL ANGLES ------.6 2 Int/Dam 42..-----7.7 -155.0 ------...0 % Intact Draft .43 51...00.0 137..0 0.Tons Center of Gravity (X.4 -17....6 -150..7 -127..3 -155.74 Ft Displacement .3 136.

0 28. No.5 -37.0 26.0 30.0 23.2 92.7 97.9 126.3 131.-------------------.6 -130.0 117.4 -135.7 -116.8 78.4 65.0 ------.-------------------.0 22.0 44.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT.1 -103.5 ------.2 52.0 -132. Type Description 36.6 -111.5 -64.3 -127.7 106.------.1 73.4 -107.------.7 -82.----------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT.7 69.5 79.1 -139.2 64.0 ------.4 -116.5 60.9 4 Int/Dam -124.9 -126.5 -133.8 -124.3 -118.3 80.0 39.-------------------.5 88.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 110.0 19.9 -127.4 -48.0 14.6 -126.9 85.0 129.0 40.7 63.4 -128.3 47.0 37.-------------------.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------HEEL ANGLES ------.0 77.5 -153.8 120.0 33.3 -126.0 31.7 -45.9 90.1 -133.8 42.5 -135.1 -74.6 -132.1 80.5 27.5 -134.8 5 Int/Dam -71.30 SP1 *** team 3 malaysia Damage Stability Parameters Damaged Body ID.4 -144.------.0 16.2 -60.4 -135.6 -86.0 -157.0 99.0 % Page *** 45.------.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------HEEL ANGLES ------.0 15.0 -129.2 102.9 72.-------------------.2 -131.8 115.5 95.0 -129.4 24.4 -132.8 50.8 -137.8 108.----------------------------------------------------------------------------StabCad Ver.2 -145.7 58.0 25.7 -133.2 -124.8 -40.3 -135.------.7 -90.0 41.3 -116.7 -135.9 2 Int/Dam 21.-------------------.8 -120.7 -133.1 -117.0 34.1 56.4 5 Int/Dam -120.0 ------.0 -141.2 61.5 3 Int/Dam -146.8 -116.8 66.8 2 Int/Dam 54.0 -67.2 75.7 -133.0 21.5 -117.8 3 Int/Dam -127.9 -128.6 56.9 119.4 128.5 72.5 60.9 -99.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT.1 -121.3 -117.------.6 ------.6 2 Int/Dam 70.8 33.2 124. 4.5 -131.0 112.------.7 28 .-------------------.OCEN 407 Design Class 99 Team Malaysia ------.5 127.9 36. 5 Title : PONTOON 1 LEFT Permeability = 95.-------------------.0 -135. Type Description 24.9 -118.9 -127.5 -119.0 42.8 -128.0 3 Int/Dam -132.3 132.7 69.0 4 Int/Dam -116.6 67.0 27. Type Description 12.0 38.6 30.8 63.0 -115.------.3 -149.-------------------.0 35.0 17.5 122.1 -116.0 43.9 39.9 5 Int/Dam -35.4 -125.5 -133.0 13.7 -94.4 -122.0 32.1 -130.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 132.9 -132.----------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 83.3 -131.6 -133.0 18.9 4 Int/Dam -130.2 -42.-------------------.5 66.0 115.3 -123.6 45.8 -137.9 -78.5 -133.3 -142.3 74.1 -51.5 104.7 -129.------.0 -54.8 127.6 68.8 -120.9 82.------.0 ------.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------HEEL ANGLES ------.0 20.7 -126.2 85.6 76.0 29.1 -57.0 -121.

9 36.12 -133.00 -41..60 -30.98 0.33 26.71 0.45 29.82 29.8 35.3( 3) 225.75 -38.34 23.87 0.1( 3) 225.64 0.4 30.50 29.r.43 13.00 -36.44 10.68 -0.62 1.87 -6.88 32.00 Deg --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------/--Angles w.00 -43.95 1672.24 -36.96 -1.00 -45.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia Draft at no Heel .00 -35.59 -0.00 -46.38 -21.12 0.Tons) ------------------.10 33.00 -33.00 -41.00 -37.-------0.96 26.32 33.00 -47.9( 3) 225.63 18.2 14.91 28.40 16.00 -41.86 0.85 2151.9( 3) 225.30 -12.6( 3) 225.55 103.3( 3) 225.00 -44.00 -36.00 -41.31 24.58 -7.0 3.91 -132..34 23.00 13.6 S.00 -41.70 -11.57 33.43 7.32 24.30 35.90 -0.24 905.00 -41..88 0.43 6...7( 3) 225.00 -41.3( 3) 225.7( 3) 225.85 -144.56 26.14 27.69 -4.77 33.11 35.04 1348..42 33...12 -126.33 23..2 16.45 37.00 -41.08 -39.70 29.Angles ---/ /-.0( 3) 225.7 100 .23 37.41 16.00..15 0.32 773.0 24.22 33.44 8.34 -156..8 9.3 25.79 2751.00 -49.82 29.95 266.90 11.66 0.18 29.79 2608.50 -20.43 13.6( 3) 225.61 -0. 76009.00 -41.40 17.00 -47.45 -132.Yawed axis ---/ Downflood Of /.75 -0.8( 3) 225.40 3.59 -9.4 10.32 24.80 2459.39 0.95 -13.17 0.29 -0.2 26.50 33.00 -33.61 -4.36 22.99 0.7( 3) 225.87 Ft Wind Speed .4 21.35 22.00 -45.51 -29.00 37.27 -24.0( 1) 225.38 19.33 -26.28 0....80 0.5 37.70 0..63 29.3( 3) 225.76 0.47 -157.08 36.1( 3) 225.41 13..00 -48.00 -41.41 -36.73 0.65 -128.13 29..54 -3..22 -0.00 -39.0 4..16 6.41 -27..9 8.24 29.39 -7.85 -150.00 -41.08 -8.00 -41.64 33.80 29.59 -132.96 34.73 0.00.24 0.82 34..1 31.42 14.0 2.42 0.44 9.w..24 -0.00 -49.00 -41.33 0.22 -129.62 -14.7( 3) 225.4 17.--/ Critical Yaw Angle /--.44 10.88 0.00 -48.00 -41.16 0.85 27.54 0.49 34.---------------.5 29.9( 3) 225.12 -1.26 29.28 -25.51 -0..8( 3) 225.4 20. Ship-/ Righting Heeling /-.00 -47.3( 3) 225.74 Ft Displacement .33 -15.33 145.42 6.78 -5.08 -4.94 -155..51 -2.00 -38.00 -41.48 29.29 -154.9( 3) 225..35 0.36 21.44 9..-------.00 -42...68 -33.81 0.08 -6.59 -5..70 35.00 -43.2 22.43 12.19 -0..76 -0.97 -0.54 -157.0 12.2 23.85 -17.-------.1 33.49 27.6 1.2 15.00 -46.69 33.00 -41.51 -3.------.00 -42.08 0.66 -31.00 -35..82 32.26 -0.59 0.41 5.47 29.0( 3) 225.57 -3.00 -41.00 -34.66 34.70 -7.85 29.00 -41.42 6. 50.85 32.00 -42.07 -16.22 -131.1 5.00 -37.42 0..41 -0.69 -32.60 -127.59 28.00 -49.01 -128.00 -35.00 -44.85 0.65 0.9 28.31 -139.65 436.42 651.64 -20.31 -0.00 -48.62 -0.7( 3) 225.11 29.80 71.84 29.18 29.66 -19.66 36.3( 3) 225.90 32.8 34.00 -41.47 -0..97 25.24 -148.6 13.76 28.00 -40.82 -131.2( 3) 225.49 -130.81 0.00 -46.65 0.t..4 7.49 36.Y.44 8.38 20.66 0.42 15.54 28.13 -10.32 3799.6 19.8( 3) 225.55 -2..0( 3) 225.79 345.00 18.12 26.53 538.89 -126.07 47.00 -40.39 27.5( 3) 225.43 -38.-------.00 -34.. 63.66 25.1( 3) 225.00 -42..14 0.17 -156.85 30.00 -34.56 0.t.44 7.9( 3) 225.43 7.00 -41.3 11.29 36.00 Knot Wind Direction is Normal to Tilt Axis Range of Stability .79 32.10 1193.69 29.00 -47.71 -1.44 8.6( 3) 225.3( 3) 225.83 32.82 -6.85 -5.37 20.2 6..8( 3) 225.08 -142.75 -129.Center of Buoyancy--/ Flood Heel Trim Height Tilt Axis Heel Trim Arm Arm LCB TCB VCB Water (Deg) (Deg) (Ft) (Deg) (Deg) (Deg) (Ft) (Ft) (Ft) (Ft) (Ft) (S.82 -1. 0...3 32.11 0..23 -133.00 -44.17 1045.97 0.91 1835.50 0.41 0.00 -48. 67.54 -35.6( 3) 225.08 27.35 30.99 1508.39 18.87 32.74 -7.13 199.4( 3) 225.26 -126.44 11.84 32.51 37.00 -33.00 -39.00 -38.61 -2.00 -40.58 -0.-------------------------.55 -137.87 36.68 -126.09 28.00 -41.31 -22.14 0.62 26.64 -155.00 -43..88 1995.Tons Center of Gravity (X.88 -6. 0.27 0.57 -146.39 -151.86 0.00 -35.27 -127.5 18.64 0.11 -127.73 33.76 37.67 -0.91 35.Z) = 0.44 11.87 -152.r.30 28.01 -37.9( 3) 225..00 -0.00 -49.00 -40.83 0.1( 3) 225.0( 3) 225.06 -2.00 -45.07 29.00 -46.82 2306.63 -34.81 32.2 27.00 -44..57 -127.00 -42.42 -0.82 -135.

84 S...39 2..00 -51...(Ft) Center of Buoyancy.6 S..0 43..00 -31.64 5...(Ft) Y Z 0..38 0.53 -1..00 -29...02 -9.63 29.95 54.16 0..69 -9.06 30.(Ft) Center of Floatation..5( 5) 225.15 29.80 0....40 4.. 12...88 3269.7 42...95 Ft GML .. Verify Input Data.Ft Downflooding Points Height above Water --------------------------------------DF PT...96 32.00 0.6( 5) 225.03 33. ***** StabCad Ver.30 SP1 *** team 3 malaysia Damage Stability Equilibrium Position Data * * * Damaged Body ID.1 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------***** Down Flooding Point is Under Water at the Starting Angle.48 0.95 3385.00 -30.51 Equilibrium Position: Vessel Heel .78 0.06 33..45 -157...39 1....79 2889.38 -141.....07 -149..87 -8.37 0. 63.06 29..00 -50.04 3492.00 67.07 Deg GMT ..97 105. 13........7( 3) 225..5( 3) 225..41 5..84 -133..00 -48.98 45...27 4.63 53...83 3148.32 -8..0 40..00 -28.14 30..78 Deg Vessel Trim ...00 -49.05 -8.01 32.. 4.00 -50.77 -145..40 4.8 39...10 29..28 -8.16 3587...49 0.0 % Intact Draft ......74 Ft Displacement .OCEN 407 Design Class 101 Team Malaysia 38..81 3022.40 -133.22 0..92 32. -----1 2 3 Description Height (Ft) -------------------..0( 5) 225..05 33...92 -137.00 -49.. 13.53 -7.47 -8...30 -153...00 -50.....6 44..7( 5) 225.00 -32.2( 5) 225... 14964..8 41.......72 30.3( 5) 225. No..20 Ft Water Plane Area .99 -0.32 9..38 -9.00 -32.03 0.00 -48.4 45..98 32.87 2.00 -30..94 32. 14..93 30.40 3...........99 7.44 1..00 -31.Tons X Center of Gravity..49 Page 29 .48 -9. 76009.. 5 Title : PONTOON 1 LEFT Permeability = 95..------14.94 52..42 29.39 1.31 3667...

6 90.8 40.0 60.0 18... Type Description 0.------..7 -36..6 97.0 % Intact Draft .0 5.0 19.0 22.-------------------. Type Description 12.5 88.6 30..9 81.8 3.4 53.4 37.8 106.0 76.5 75.3 87.4 85.9 95.2 77.0 2.0 7.8 10.0 19.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT.1 75.3 93.0 10.6 23.------.8 71...5 5 Int/Dam 87.8 87.3 1.7 6.1 88.7 2 Int/Dam 8.3 8.3 107.0 91.9 80.4 10.9 5.1 6....7 73.1 96.9 84.6 89. No.8 89..8 ------.0 89.30 SP1 team 3 malaysia Page 30 * * * Damage Stability Reference Point Table * * * Damaged Body ID. 6 Title : PONTOON 2 LEFT Permeability = 95.-------------------.3 15.Tons Center of Gravity (X.1 95.0 6.-------------------.8 69.1 -12.7 69.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 4..0 10.0 87.2 94.5 -17.------.05 Deg @ HEEL ANGLES ------.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT.6 S...87 Ft 45..5 9.5 7.5 66.9 90.1 4.1 7.1 84.1 43.0 16..8 67..7 8.------.3 63.------.8 3 Int/Dam 96..6 93.9 93.1 26.0 81.6 88.2 -22.0 8..0 20.0 21.2 104...0 ------.0 17.35 44.9 101.0 79.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------HEEL ANGLES ------.8 4.7 81. 0.0 4.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- .5 -41.0 15..00 Deg Downflooding Points Height Above Water (Ft) -------------------------------------------Downflooding Angle = 14.8 7.7 57..0 95. 63.9 2 Int/Dam 50.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 9. Angle of Tilt Axis .8 65..0 4.00.1 89.7 4.0 ------.OCEN 407 Design Class 4 5 102 Team Malaysia 93.6 95.3 5.74 Ft Displacement .8 -8.4 47.5 6.Z) = 0.00.6 103.5 10. 67..0 79. 4..4 77.8 -31.9 79.7 109.8 88.1 0.6 84..8 83.0 14.0 ------.7 78.9 82.0 1.0 11.9 4 Int/Dam 86..Y.0 23..0 9.6 11.0 13... 76009.0 -26.55 StabCad Ver.2 87.4 3 Int/Dam 86.7 4 Int/Dam 87.------...05 Deg @ Weathertight Angle = 14.1 5 Int/Dam 50.1 5.0 88.-------------------.8 74.0 3.8 8.9 73.8 99.-------------------.5 82.0 33.-------------------.2 -3.

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HEEL ANGLES
------- ------- -------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT. Type Description
24.0 25.0 26.0 27.0 28.0 29.0 30.0 31.0 32.0 33.0 34.0 35.0
------- ------- -------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam
-0.2 -2.7 -6.6 -12.3 -10.5 -12.6 97.5 95.4 93.0 91.0 89.4 87.9
2 Int/Dam
-46.4 -51.4 -56.6 -62.1 -66.7 -71.6 -98.1 -101.5 -105.1 -108.6 -112.3 -115.8
3 Int/Dam
64.0 62.5 61.9 62.0 57.4 55.7 -138.1 -136.8 -135.4 -135.0 -135.5 -136.0
4 Int/Dam
73.3 72.3 71.8 71.9 68.6 67.5 -99.1 -97.5 -95.9 -95.2 -95.3 -95.4
5 Int/Dam
110.2 111.3 111.9 111.8 113.7 114.7 57.5 60.1 62.7 64.7 66.1 67.6
------- ------- -------------------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------HEEL ANGLES
------- ------- -------------------- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT. Type Description
36.0 37.0 38.0 39.0 40.0 41.0 42.0 43.0 44.0 45.0
------- ------- -------------------- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam
85.7 80.3 80.5 84.3 84.8 55.2 50.2 47.2 44.2 41.9
2 Int/Dam
-120.9 -124.0 -126.8 -132.5 -135.7 -135.5 -140.5 -144.5 -148.6 -152.7
3 Int/Dam
-140.5 -130.8 -132.9 -155.6 -161.7 -87.8 -86.5 -86.0 -85.7 -86.6
4 Int/Dam
-99.4 -90.1 -91.6 -112.4 -117.8 -49.8 -48.5 -47.8 -47.2 -47.8
5 Int/Dam
66.1 73.6 74.4 61.3 58.8 102.8 104.1 105.7 107.1 108.0
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Damaged Body ID. No. 6
Title : PONTOON 2 LEFT
Permeability = 95.0 %
Draft at no Heel .......... 63.74 Ft
Displacement .............. 76009.6 S.Tons
Center of Gravity (X,Y,Z) = 0.00;
0.00;

67.87 Ft

Wind Speed ................ 50.00 Knot
Wind Direction is Normal to Tilt Axis
Range of Stability ........ 29.37 Deg
Downflooding Angle ........ 14.05 Deg @
Weathertight Angle ........ 14.05 Deg @

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------/--Angles w.r.t.--/ Critical Yaw Angle /--- Angles ---/
/-- Yawed axis ---/ Downflood Of /- w.r.t. Ship-/ Righting Heeling /-- Center of Buoyancy--/ Flood
Heel
Trim Height Tilt Axis Heel Trim
Arm
Arm
LCB
TCB VCB Water
(Deg)
(Deg) (Ft) (Deg) (Deg) (Deg) (Ft) (Ft)
(Ft) (Ft) (Ft) (S.Tons)
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0.00 -13.54 4.7( 1) 45.00 9.67 9.67 -0.97 0.40 -7.43 -6.06 28.27 2595.8
1.00 -13.53 4.8( 1) 45.00 10.34 8.97 -0.66 0.41 -6.72 -6.75 28.28 2595.8
2.00 -13.48 4.9( 1) 45.00 11.00 8.25 -0.36 0.42 -5.99 -7.43 28.30 2595.8
3.00 -13.41 5.1( 1) 45.00 11.63 7.50 -0.05 0.43 -5.24 -8.11 28.33 2595.8
4.00 -13.30 5.3( 1) 45.00 12.25 6.74 0.27 0.44 -4.48 -8.77 28.37 2595.8
5.00 -13.17 5.7( 1) 45.00 12.84 5.95 0.59 0.45 -3.70 -9.42 28.43 2595.8
6.00 -13.00 6.1( 1) 45.00 13.41 5.13 0.93 0.46 -2.89 -10.07 28.51 2595.8
7.00 -12.80 6.5( 1) 45.00 13.96 4.29 1.29 0.47 -2.05 -10.71 28.59 2595.8
8.00 -12.55 7.1( 1) 45.00 14.49 3.41 1.69 0.48 -1.16 -11.37 28.70 2595.8
9.00 -12.27 7.7( 1) 45.00 14.99 2.50 2.13 0.49 -0.23 -12.03 28.83 2595.8
10.00 -11.97 8.3( 1) 45.00 15.48 1.58 2.60 0.51
0.73 -12.71 28.98 2595.8
11.00 -11.65 8.9( 1) 45.00 15.96 0.64 3.11 0.51
1.72 -13.40 29.15 2595.8
12.00 -11.33 8.0( 2) 45.00 16.44 -0.31 3.65 0.52
2.74 -14.12 29.36 2595.8
13.00 -11.00 4.1( 2) 45.00 16.92 -1.27 4.21 0.53
3.77 -14.84 29.59 2595.8
14.00 -10.66 0.2( 2) 45.00 17.41 -2.24 4.81 0.54
4.83 -15.59 29.85 2595.8
15.00 -10.36 -3.8( 2) 45.00 17.92 -3.18 5.41
0.55
5.88 -16.35 30.14 2595.8
16.00 -10.14 -8.1( 2) 45.00 18.49 -4.07 5.86
0.56
6.77 -17.04 30.43 2595.8
17.00 -9.98 -12.5( 2) 45.00 19.10 -4.92 6.11 0.57
7.49 -17.63 30.68 2595.8
18.00 -9.87 -17.2( 2) 45.00 19.76 -5.73 6.15 0.57
8.03 -18.09 30.90 2595.8
19.00 -9.78 -22.0( 2) 45.00 20.43 -6.53 6.00 0.58
8.45 -18.44 31.07 2595.8
20.00 -9.69 -26.8( 2) 45.00 21.10 -7.34 5.81 0.58
8.84 -18.77 31.24 2595.8
21.00 -9.60 -31.7( 2) 45.00 21.78 -8.16 5.64 0.58
9.24 -19.09 31.42 2595.8
22.00 -9.51 -36.5( 2) 45.00 22.46 -8.97 5.47 0.58
9.63 -19.42 31.61 2595.8
23.00 -9.46 -41.4( 2) 45.00 23.18 -9.77 5.29 0.58 10.01 -19.76 31.82 2595.8
24.00 -9.47 -46.4( 2) 45.00 23.94 -10.52
5.10
0.58 10.34 -20.12 32.04 2595.8
25.00 -9.61 -51.4( 2) 45.00 24.79 -11.18
4.89
0.58 10.57 -20.53 32.27 2595.8
26.00 -10.10 -56.6( 2) 45.00 25.87 -11.57 4.60
0.58 10.57 -21.05 32.51 2595.8
27.00 -10.96 -62.1( 2) 45.00 27.20 -11.67 4.13
0.57 10.35 -21.54 32.71 2595.8
28.00 -10.02 -66.7( 2) 45.00 27.36 -13.20 3.97
0.57 11.43 -21.24 32.86 2595.8
29.00 -10.09 -71.6( 2) 45.00 28.18 -13.94 3.76
0.56 11.88 -21.53 33.01 2595.8
30.00 37.12 -138.1( 3) 45.00 -11.84 -45.74 -6.46 0.39 28.38 10.53 33.11 2543.4
31.00 36.50 -136.8( 3) 45.00 -10.51 -45.99 -6.55 0.39 28.66 9.83 32.99 2568.0
32.00 35.82 -135.4( 3) 45.00 -9.09 -46.22 -6.73 0.39 28.76 9.05 32.87 2586.1
33.00 35.39 -135.0( 3) 45.00 -7.95 -46.62 -6.91 0.40 28.97 8.42 32.79 2593.3
34.00 35.18 -135.5( 3) 45.00 -7.09 -47.16 -7.12 0.39 29.27 7.94 32.75 2595.4
35.00 35.01 -136.0( 3) 45.00 -6.25 -47.72 -7.25 0.40 29.72 7.48 32.72 2595.8
36.00 35.43 -140.5( 3) 45.00 -6.16 -48.63 -8.40 0.38 28.77 7.35 32.74 2595.8
37.00 32.74 -130.8( 3) 45.00 -2.08 -47.78 -7.88 0.39 28.67 4.98 32.55 2595.8
38.00 33.13 -132.9( 3) 45.00 -1.90 -48.69 -7.66 0.39 30.09 4.93 32.59 2595.8
39.00 37.93 -155.6( 3) 45.00 -7.77 -52.04 -10.38 0.36 29.27 8.22 32.95 2595.8
40.00 39.17 -161.7( 3) 45.00 -9.02 -53.38 -10.99 0.35 29.79 8.88 33.08 2595.8
41.00 21.49 -135.5( 2) 45.00 13.81 -44.52 -4.73 0.43 29.30 -4.36 33.27 2595.8
42.00 20.51 -140.5( 2) 45.00 15.69 -44.79 -5.31 0.42 28.28 -5.36 33.51 2595.8
43.00 19.95 -144.5( 2) 45.00 17.14 -45.29 -5.46 0.42 28.32 -6.19 33.70 2595.8
44.00 19.43 -148.6( 2) 45.00 18.57 -45.84 -5.65 0.41 28.30 -6.98 33.91 2595.8
45.00 19.21 -152.7( 2) 45.00 19.73 -46.55 -5.93 0.41 28.34 -7.59 34.08 2595.8
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Damage Stability Allowable KG

Damaged Body ID. No. 6
Title : PONTOON 2 LEFT

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Permeability = 95.0 %
Draft at no Heel .......... 63.74 Ft
Displacement .............. 76009.60 S.Tons
Center of Gravity (X,Y,Z) = 0.00;
0.00;

67.87 Ft

Yaw Angle Of Tilt Axis .... 45.00 Deg
Downflooding Angle ........ 14.05 Deg @
Weathertight Angle ........ 14.05 Deg @

*****

Wind Speed 50.00 Knot

*****

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Allowable Optimum Range Of Static /---Intercept---/ R.O.S.
Condition To Satisfy
KG
Tilt Angle Stability Angle
1st
2nd 1st-2nd/DF
(Ft)
(Deg)
(Deg)
(Deg) /-----(Deg)-----/ (Deg)
------------------------------------ ---------- --------- --------- ----------------- ---------For Input KG = 67.87
10.91
3.15
4.55 29.32 9.51
Heeling Arm =
Righting Arm
Range of Stability = 7.00
Static Angle = 15.00*
Area Ratio =

1.00

RM/HM Ratio = 2.00

85.57

14.05

78.59
87.82
83.19

14.05
14.05

83.30

1.94

12.12

14.04

6.99

7.06

9.15

0.00
3.83

14.05

14.05
10.23

3.74

10.31

24.41

999.99
12.21
12.29

4.91

999.99 -985.94
19.99

1.85

19.90

1.77

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Draft at no Heel .......... 63.74 Ft
Displacement .............. 76009.6 S.Tons
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Heel Heeling Arm Righting Arm Data For Calculated KG ..................
(Deg) 50.00 67.87 85.57 78.59 87.82 83.19 83.30
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------0.00
0.40 -0.97 -0.97 -0.97 -0.97 -0.97 -0.97
1.00
0.41 -0.66 -0.97 -0.85 -1.01 -0.93 -0.93
2.00
0.42 -0.36 -0.98 -0.73 -1.05 -0.89 -0.90
3.00
0.43 -0.05 -0.97 -0.61 -1.09 -0.85 -0.85

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38 -21.00 0.51 -0.36 1.00 0.40 -13.55 -12.80 -1.44 13.91 -16.00 0.74 -4.61 17.49 -18.44 -14.20 -1.82 -2.85 42.06 -5.17 38.36 -10.07 -0.59 -1.00 0.00 0.00 0.75 6.09 -17.00 0.48 1.00 0.29 -0.39 -6.10 -2.25 -15.0 % Page 34 .59 8.03 1.52 3.68 7.40 -7.91 33.91 -3.00 0.51 2.10 -2.00 0.15 0.39 -6.70 1.60 -3.11 0.56 -15.59 -0.64 43.91 0.49 2.24 2.97 -0.74 24.41 -5.74 14.00 0.92 -0.94 -17.00 0.91 -15.00 0.00 0.58 5.58 0.02 -13.86 -0.14 -0.45 -0.OCEN 407 Design Class 106 Team Malaysia 4.58 6.67 -12.30 SP1 *** team 3 malaysia Damage Stability Equilibrium Position Data * * * Damaged Body ID.18 31.00 0.86 0.00 0.36 -17.31 -11.51 -20.44 0.84 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------StabCad Ver.28 1.44 -0.16 -0.66 -15.15 0.69 0.00 0.53 -12.40 -17.51 -0.95 -0.27 -0.00 0.38 -8.13 -22.67 -0.16 1.08 15.69 -16.45 -2.58 5.17 12.34 -11.76 -16.47 37.00 0.67 -3.26 -19.75 35.53 4.46 -17.83 2. No.41 -5.00 0.44 -14.00 0. 4.07 11.75 -17.00 0.25 1.74 -0.47 1.51 3.90 -0.34 -1.86 -0.97 -4.28 10.00 0.58 5.70 -0.59 0.35 -10.77 -19.32 23.16 -12.08 -16.36 -3.40 -6.06 -0.27 29.58 5.37 45.15 -2.69 -15.97 20.03 -16.81 5.00 0.57 3.47 0.82 -16.54 -1.93 -0.63 1.81 0.98 0.47 -1.65 -17.76 -17.68 2.01 -1. 6 Title : PONTOON 2 LEFT Permeability = 95.42 -5.39 -7.25 -17.29 -1.51 -16.46 0.00 0.63 26.95 -13.00 0.17 25.21 0.53 2.94 -20.80 -0.10 40.98 44.31 -17.11 22.74 -0.10 36.40 -3.38 19.41 0.57 6.72 30.54 21.39 -6.56 3.89 -2.01 0.64 0.70 -20.57 4.58 4.01 -0.22 -3.23 1.65 -0.00 0.27 1.31 34.16 39.57 6.64 1.11 1.01 1.27 0.83 -20.52 -17.98 2.19 -1.01 0.12 -2.34 -1.00 0.60 18.77 -15.81 -14.11 -4.02 1.89 -17.87 28.10 -17.13 -3.19 0.69 -0.83 -14.82 -1.54 4.64 0.00 0.58 5.00 0.43 -4.45 9.73 -16.03 -16.45 1.83 -0.10 0.00 0.94 2.30 -14.00 0.73 -16.45 0.06 -15.11 -12.44 -5.00 0.74 -3.55 -15.50 32.39 -7.60 -0.28 -15.29 -16.46 0.15 -0.64 -0.77 0.01 -1.56 5.99 -0.12 -18.00 0.24 2.27 -0.55 5.51 0.40 -18.55 -14.42 -0.15 -1.26 -0.85 -14.42 16.03 -20.12 -14.12 -17.80 -0.58 4.00 0.41 1.14 -0.12 -0.13 -0.88 -18.77 0.91 41.12 -17.00 0.63 1.40 -18.76 -4.41 -17.44 -13.46 -15.00 0.80 -14.10 -19.81 -0.00 0.17 27.88 -23.50 0.53 -14.81 -20.34 -19.00 0.57 -0.93 -18.99 -22.92 -2.00 0.39 -7.22 -0.11 -0.48 -1.00 0.50 1.42 -5.00 0.66 -18.78 -14.13 -1.00 0.08 -0.

. Angle of Tilt Axis .6 S...74 Ft Displacement ...90 95.. 14124... 4..6 S...Z) = 0. 76009.65 64..58 Equilibrium Position: Vessel Heel ...... 11.....12 39. 25.33 Ft Water Plane Area .....00.. 7.....00 67..66 28.....13 -8....20 28..00...33 20.......39 Deg GMT .......02 S..(Ft) Center of Floatation.............87 -5..52 88.0 % Intact Draft . 63........Y...... -----1 2 3 4 5 Description Height (Ft) -------------------.. 76009. No..(Ft) Center of Buoyancy. 7 Title : PONTOON 3 LEFT Permeability = 95.00 0.....00 Deg Downflooding Points Height Above Water (Ft) -------------------------------------------- 67.....60 Ft GML .74 StabCad Ver..59 60.....30 SP1 team 3 malaysia Page * * * Damage Stability Reference Point Table * * * Damaged Body ID..74 Ft Displacement ....OCEN 407 Design Class 107 Team Malaysia Intact Draft .......... 0. 45..............Tons X Center of Gravity..Tons Center of Gravity (X.72 Deg Vessel Trim ........... 32....(Ft) Y Z 0....Ft Downflooding Points Height above Water --------------------------------------DF PT....-----5...87 Ft 35 ...... 63.....

5 98.3 21.9 43.0 41.0 ------.2 5 Int/Dam 112.2 116.1 -15.4 -139.7 -15.0 26.0 85.1 91.6 17.8 17.2 85.------.4 -20.0 45.1 80.6 21.2 -10.6 118.7 70.2 2 Int/Dam -116.0 120.30 SP1 team 3 malaysia Page 36 .7 -62.0 4.54 Deg @ HEEL ANGLES ------.9 69.4 72.3 85.1 58.4 -112.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 11.1 56.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 20.8 114.5 20.0 38.0 28.2 100.6 -98.4 12.0 27.0 14.9 -149.7 ------.3 -64.0 61.7 120.5 121.54 Deg @ Weathertight Angle = 14.5 97.3 93.9 49.1 -5.8 83.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT.4 86.1 70.5 87.1 -35. Type Description 24.2 -65.0 39.3 36.4 59.7 -65.1 84.7 -99.1 76.0 15.0 31.0 14.0 81.0 37.-------------------.5 72.9 89.3 -89.5 117.5 15.------.0 20.2 95.6 66.8 87.------.8 -59.7 -131.9 18.2 79.5 3.-------------------.6 -1.0 11.2 -30.0 34.0 21.1 -60.------.2 76.1 15.8 91.3 116.0 65.-------------------.0 13.3 2.1 -12.1 86.1 -60.1 -120.6 -60.2 121.5 36.3 41.0 ------.8 68.9 62.0 70.0 66.0 17.9 78.9 16.-------------------.5 104.3 69.6 58.0 9.0 8.0 63.-------------------.2 95.0 30.2 5.8 21.------.0 42.3 42.2 6.7 122.3 85.1 8.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------HEEL ANGLES ------.9 -98.9 84.1 111.0 2.7 18.9 117.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT.7 7.3 81.0 ------.0 32.-------------------.8 84.7 47.9 107.0 19.2 78.5 ------.5 45.9 81.5 72.0 35.3 3 Int/Dam 56.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------HEEL ANGLES ------.0 -102.1 5 Int/Dam 90.0 3.2 -139.8 -54.0 18.-------------------. Type Description 0.5 -28.3 -79.0 -49.7 98.4 -74.5 -135.1 49.----------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 74.0 16.2 -1.5 63.------.------.7 4 Int/Dam 83.-------------------.2 -144.6 -69.1 84.3 83.4 21.0 96.0 7.8 21.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------HEEL ANGLES ------.4 -99.9 39.0 -10.-------------------.0 10.5 43.2 -25.8 76.8 5 Int/Dam 88.1 18.2 61.3 15.5 -102.1 25.0 ------.OCEN 407 Design Class 108 Team Malaysia Downflooding Angle = 14.-------------------.4 54.5 55.0 43.3 105.0 38.0 -40.2 15.9 2 Int/Dam -44.7 75.8 110.2 77.0 29.1 64.0 1.7 63.8 42.1 115.0 -127.0 44.0 15.9 57. Type Description 36.1 2 Int/Dam 53.------.1 -124.6 82.3 -28.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT.9 5 Int/Dam 53.8 73.1 32.8 78.0 90.9 2 Int/Dam 10.5 60.2 4 Int/Dam -63.7 -64.1 51.5 84.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 15.------.0 62. 4.0 25.5 102.5 ------.3 16.0 22.0 74.0 33.3 74.7 46.9 57.5 18.------.5 10.6 69.3 88.0 -100.2 84.9 -6.----------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT.0 19.1 3 Int/Dam 91.0 5.-------------------.8 90.5 93.2 66.0 40.5 -60.7 1.6 85.0 23.5 -61.3 -84.7 -94.0 6.9 60.8 14.4 89.6 4 Int/Dam 82.6 3 Int/Dam -101.6 29.----------------------------------------------------------------------------StabCad Ver.-------------------.------. Type Description 12.8 33.8 58.4 ------.------.3 108.9 4 Int/Dam 67.0 3 Int/Dam 79.0 31.0 67.9 -49.7 119.7 21.8 19.

36 31.02 -12.95 -18.37 -18.0 9.0 7. Ship-/ Righting Heeling /-...98 2182.56 0.44 -3.0( 2) 45.0( 2) 45.74 18.23 3.11 2182.57 16.56 -6.1( 2) 45.28 0.7( 2) 45.0 25..00 9.05 2.56 -13.22 -8.19 4.07 15.03 -7.22 0.00 15.70 0.07 14.00 -7.40 30. 14.0( 2) 45..59 0..83 0.28 2.--/ Critical Yaw Angle /--.00 8.2( 2) 45.00 -8..98 28.Center of Buoyancy--/ Flood Heel Trim Height Tilt Axis Heel Trim Arm Arm LCB TCB VCB Water (Deg) (Deg) (Ft) (Deg) (Deg) (Deg) (Ft) (Ft) (Ft) (Ft) (Ft) (S.13 -17.57 8.17 -1.00 18.4( 2) 45.3( 2) 45.87 Ft Wind Speed .33 17.9( 1) 45.35 2182.19 -0.95 2182.59 10.46 0.26 2. 14.46 -10.00 23.00 12..65 27.00 -6.1( 2) 45.01 -0.0 19.00 21..93 -30..65 2182..0 20.34 31.48 -1.08 30.0 8.-------------------------.59 12.68 27.52 2.1( 1) 45.54 5.63 2182.21 15.00 14..54 Deg @ Weathertight Angle .8( 1) 45.00 -9.53 3.0 3.8( 1) 45.34 5.19 2182.0 % Draft at no Heel .32 27.58 9..59 11..48 -49.72 5.34 -11.00 -11.66 -11..t.49 -12...12 -20.04 30.66 -13.51 -6.2( 2) 45.34 0.98 27.00 -9.8( 2) 45.0 2.00 -11..30 -9.5( 1) 45.00 -6. 34.0 18.59 11.00 Knot Wind Direction is Normal to Tilt Axis Range of Stability .84 5.04 5.00 -11.19 0.r.18 0.16 15.41 2182..54 -17.00 11.0 15..49 -9.0 6.54 Deg @ --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------/--Angles w..11 0.Tons) ------------------.00 22.08 28.70 -13.98 -10.86 27.23 2.32 27.00 17. 0.36 -54.45 -11.17 29.54 4.Y.00 -7.6 S.11 -3.0 17.00 13.93 0.35 28..OCEN 407 Design Class *** Team Malaysia Damage Stability Parameters *** Damaged Body ID...83 -35.73 -17...76 -1.70 -0.0 24.46 0...69 31.47 -2.00 8.34 -10.24 15..24 0.46 2182.00 -8.9( 2) 45.55 6.00 5.51 1.00 19.56 2182.50 0.0 21.00 -6.95 -7.00 20.38 -9. 7 Title : PONTOON 3 LEFT Permeability = 95.Tons Center of Gravity (X.00 17.22 -15.69 2182.79 -0.71 -40.24 2182.00 -7..00 -10.00 -11.35 0.00 19.29 2182.00 0.72 -4.61 -4.Angles ---/ /-.49 29.01 31.60 -44.14 4.81 -7.02 -5.0 14.0 23.00 16.32 1.00 -1.0 12.66 0.00 -8.73 0.06 27.0 11.62 -8.43 -4.64 -16.43 2182.59 12.66 28..43 2182.42 2182.70 3.8( 2) 45.73 1.0 13.30 -6.00 14.69 29.t.69 -6..36 0. No.20 0.69 -19.00 8.70 4.00.53 5..96 5..00 12.74 Ft Displacement .42 -5..00 16.0 5.00 9.0 16.00 -6..2( 2) 45.86 29.Z) = 0.0 10.05 18.02 0.00 -6.55 0.w...00 10.55 -0.00 -10.00 22.17 5.34 Deg Downflooding Angle ..50 2182... 76009.40 -6.------.-------..03 -25.13 4.64 -2.-------.71 2182.79 2182..86 0..72 10.41 -6.61 2182.2( 2) 45.80 -15..49 -0..56 4.69 0.1( 1) 45.3( 1) 45.0 1.90 2182...00 -7.r.80 -18.75 0.27 -16.37 6.42 2182.77 0.87 0.46 -3..67 7.0 22.31 0.0 4.39 0..94 15.Yawed axis ---/ Downflood Of /..13 -5.03 2182.30 -5.5( 1) 45. 63.00 -9.00 15..42 4.74 2182.41 18.82 2182.9( 2) 45..58 9. 50.24 -19.00 -6.00 -10.99 2182.59 10..0 109 .3( 1) 45.62 27.00 -10..0 26.70 30.50 0.72 30.74 0.89 5.33 6.51 2182...78 16.46 27.00.58 10.00 -7.56 7.-------.77 -14. 67.-------0.00 13.63 1.0( 1) 45.00 -10.39 -14.25 27..29 -1.56 5.2( 2) 45..00 11.44 -10.---------------.00 -7.

13 4.08 -144.Tons Center of Gravity (X.38 6.0 42.0 35.0 30..35 -5..56 -46.Y..75 2182.62 -1.50 -5.12 32.60 S.52 -20.87 0.42 29. No.51 34.35 -20..84 32.80 -2. 67.72 2182..00 4.0 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------StabCad Ver.4( 2) 45.96 33.54 1.87 Ft Yaw Angle Of Tilt Axis .00 30..39 -79.00 26.16 14.58 14.37 -21.34 0.00 22.6( 2) 45.00 25.58 13.02 32..43 27.00 30..57 32.3( 2) 45.0 45.00 2. 7 Title : PONTOON 3 LEFT Permeability = 95.36 13.00 9.44 0.--------.47 -44.12 -19.54 Deg @ Weathertight Angle .44 2182.43 28.00 Deg Downflooding Angle . 14.0 % Draft at no Heel .00 Knot ***** -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Allowable Optimum Range Of Static /---Intercept---/ R.--------.81 3.00 83.57 2182.97 2182.65 0.2( 2) 45.00 15.0 40.1( 2) 45.67 2182.10 5.42 29.15 -69.74 2.22 -43.00 28.17 0.43 -112.08 -18.3( 2) 45.39 3...Z) = 0.22 2..71 0..83 -16.06 -4.32 -5.72 -116.20 -5.59 13..70 -43.94 34.06 -44.0 34.0 32.0( 2) 45.50 -18.03 32.97 -127.4( 2) 45.43 28.27 -11.31 33.00 24.20 -74.72 3..31 0.0 37.30 SP1 *** team 3 malaysia Damage Stability Allowable KG Page 37 *** Damaged Body ID.58 0.57 -135.90 -5..00 -6.10 -89.97 -2.0 33.00 10.33 0.43 -17.7( 2) 45.99 2182.53 7.96 2182.27 2182.43 27.71 2182.89 -21.42 33.00 0.4( 2) 45.00 -6.---------For Input KG = 67..68 -131..00 -6..0 39.49 2182..60 Heeling Arm = Righting Arm Range of Stability = 7.43 2182.00 24.53 2182.57 14.69 -43.43 .00 5.14 0.00 -7.00 25.04 -5.00 24.----------------.41 -21.0 28.27 7.13 32.00 7.00 14.16 33.10 -11.7( 2) 45..20 34.81 -10.60 -149..37 32.0 29..25 -59.00 -6.91 -43.87 2182..49 -40.54 9. 4.00 -8.33 32.95 4..7( 2) 45.17 2182.91 -139. 14.56 14.08 73.77 2182.0 43..15 0.00.43 0..77 0.18 0.---------.0 44.54 Deg @ ***** Wind Speed 50.. 63.60 -16.16 5.43 28.46 -3.0 36.00.0 31.54 14.00 24.18 14.29 -47.35 -124.49 32.67 -139.27 0.3( 2) 45.97 0.55 13. 45.80 1.74 Ft Displacement ...60 -45..38 -3.10 -15..64 -5.5( 2) 45.00 24.20 -1.59 13.86 2182.87 -120.48 2182.26 -44.98 34. 0. 76009.S.05 2182.91 -22.00 24.43 28.25 -94.92 -84.74 0.43 27...29 4.21 -20..3( 2) 45.00 27.00 -6.2( 2) 45.00 27.OCEN 407 Design Class 110 Team Malaysia 27.31 0.O.75 32.0 38..89 -5..87 -3..95 -0..00 25.00 -6.00 26.89 -20.0 41.6( 2) 45.00 7.00 24.67 32.45 27.18 -64.68 32.9( 2) 45.00 8.44 27.69 33.87 9.00 24.1( 2) 45..00 11.35 -18.00 11.45 0. Condition To Satisfy KG Tilt Angle Stability Angle 1st 2nd 1st-2nd/DF (Ft) (Deg) (Deg) (Deg) /-----(Deg)-----/ (Deg) -----------------------------------.

45 -0.41 -0.00 0.64 1.63 -1..39 1.69 0.50 1.25 4..11 27.87 -1.58 -4.00 0.77 26.23 1.37 -1.00 0.63 -0.74 -0.00 0.46 -1.00 0.91 -0.79 0.83 1.91 0.42 25.18 7.76 -1.34 -1.05 -3.67 -0. 76009.83 -1.86 -1.45 2.02 -0.47 -0.04 -1.28 80.27 17.45 -2.58 5.04 1.78 4.41 21.44 -0.90 18.09 3.32 -4.00 0.15 -3.59 4.30 1.11 -1.31 -2.74 -2.51 1..39 1.00 0..08 -0..00 0.47 -0.46 -1.97 -3.06 -1...42 -1.59 4.45 1.75 3.13 4.08 2.57 -1.36 -0.56 5.54 14.16 30.28 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------StabCad Ver.38 3.10 21.33 -1.31 1.00 0.46 -0.48 0.58 5..88 0..20 -1.74 Ft Displacement .59 5.81 19.00 0.49 0.00 0.46 -1..00 0.40 -1.58 13..20 0.57 -1.93 -1.30 SP1 *** team 3 malaysia Righting Arm And Heeling Arm Curves Page *** Draft at no Heel .89 1.32 16..59 4.18 -1.13 -1.36 -0.50 -1.28 80.75 -0..72 17..00 0..24 -0.92 2.63 80.12 0.00 111 Team Malaysia 85.04 -0.00 0.11 -1.32 2.08 73.67 -0.48 0.88 0.21 -0..73 -1.53 2.00* Area Ratio = 1.63 -1.78 0.71 -0.00 0..79 1.01 0.59 4.00 0.6 S.00 0.83 1.70 2.85 0.60 -1.88 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------0.56 -0.53 -2..82 -3..12 3..00 2.35 -0.66 -1.71 -0.32 0.58 1.66 1.00 0.00 0.70 1..43 -0..01 -1.58 4.46 -0.41 -1.44 -0.19 -0.46 -1.94 -1.16 85.54 14.45 -1.06 24.00 0.10 0..21 -1.Tons -----------------------------------------------------------------------------Heel Heeling Arm Righting Arm Data For Calculated KG .54 4.30 5.00 0.95 -1.63 14.OCEN 407 Design Class Static Angle = 15.93 14.27 -3.46 -1.24 6.00 0.32 23.75 10.39 -1.18 1.46 -1.64 -1.89 0.85 15.58 5..32 -0.46 1.29 -1.28 -1.29 -2.18 1.22 0.61 1.33 0.51 11.00 0..77 -0.00 0.59 -2.97 1.87 83.70 22.16 -0.00 0..07 1.80 29..45 28..15 -1.59 4.22 -1.52 2.00 67.54 3. 4.09 8.24 21.24 12.54 38 .54 -1.59 5.41 0.13 13.54 80.46 -1..44 -0..74 0.95 9.51 1.42 2.41 1.47 0.61 2.50 -1..04 -2.00 0.54 11.59 5.55 0. 63.51 3...32 2.43 14.77 16.58 3.42 -0.00 0.55 4. (Deg) 50.00 0.35 3.46 -1.57 5.69 -1.15 0.00 0.72 -2.25 0.28 -0.85 0.15 -1.00 0.42 -2.00 0.87 -1.77 11.49 -2.37 -1..07 13.23 -1.07 2.57 0.00 RM/HM Ratio = 2.00 0.28 -1...34 4...19 -0..50 20.

31 -14..87 -5....74 Ft Displacement .43 -5......62 -5.95 -13..00 0..95 32.01 -6.74 -4.61 -4.43 -5....42 -5.31 -12.00 0.84 -16.45 -2.47 43.00 0.(Ft) Y Z 0.87 Deg GMT .63 -13.92 -8.81 37.18 44..42 -5.77 -15...00 0.43 -5..57 -12.56 3.21 -13.87 -2.19 -13.70 Ft Water Plane Area ..01 -11.00 0.43 -5..93 -16..71 -14....46 -12..69 -8.43 -8..38 -13.68 -5..-----16.......44 -15.11 42.. 7 Title : PONTOON 3 LEFT Permeability = 95....94 -9.42 -14.30 -13..65 -5.46 -15........09 1..10 38.41 -0.08 -4.00 0.80 41.18 -15.34 39.21 -8.92 -14...14 -13..00 0..94 -7.31 -7..13 -12.27 -7.6 S.00 0.0 % Intact Draft ...Ft Downflooding Points Height above Water --------------------------------------DF PT.....55 2....17 -14....02 -5..80 -12..68 -16....72 S.00 0.60 36.05 -17.72 -8.00 -13...53 40.00 0.74 45. 11.00 0.. 12386...38 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------StabCad Ver.64 -13.57 3..33 -3.43 -4.18 -14..22 -2.. No..00 0.21 34.00 67.27 -14.84 66...08 -4.00 0. 3.18 -11.55 -9..95 -14.62 35.54 2..00 0....75 -12.43 -4.30 SP1 *** team 3 malaysia Damage Stability Equilibrium Position Data * * * Damaged Body ID... 63..46 33..06 21.33 -14.....59 -16..31 -17...OCEN 407 Design Class 112 Team Malaysia 31..28 -15..63 0...10 -8.83 -2..87 -8..43 -5.40 -12.05 -13...67 -12.... 76009. 29.43 -5..09 Equilibrium Position: Vessel Heel .44 -3..49 Page 39 .09 27..36 Deg Vessel Trim .80 -3.(Ft) Center of Floatation.34 -14.35 Ft GML ...(Ft) Center of Buoyancy..85 -0.58 -15. 4.... -----1 Description Height (Ft) -------------------..Tons X Center of Gravity.50 -13. 17.59 9.48 -4.00 0.38 -15.00 0...

Type Description 12.7 -93.3 -141. Type Description 0.9 -56.4 91.8 -85.0 15..7 128.8 85...8 -18...7 94.9 -153.0 18.6 -40.1 87.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 91. 67.8 -44.0 4.------.6 -5.5 95.9 -126.0 -121.00.5 5 Int/Dam -20.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT..6 ------.7 -177.9 86..0 16.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------HEEL ANGLES ------..9 -50.3 92.00 Deg Downflooding Points Height Above Water (Ft) -------------------------------------------No Downflooding Point was submerged .4 -122.0 7..34 70.1 -102.5 -114.1 4 Int/Dam -111.87 Ft 45.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT.5 -137.0 3 Int/Dam -164.7 -14.3 -15.0 -62.3 -156.0 -47.-------------------. Angle of Tilt Axis . No.0 23.7 -148.------.74 Ft Displacement ..8 -24..5 -164..0 84.6 -16.Tons Center of Gravity (X.6 159.4 -107.0 % Intact Draft ...5 -140.2 82.0 -111.0 -171.-------------------.2 -31.6 2 Int/Dam -20.------..0 19.0 -189.0 22..2 80.2 -139.5 -89.4 207.7 -182.9 94.0 9.8 -8..0 -81. No Weathertight Point was submerged .0 2.0 14.4 -115..7 -8.1 -115. 8 Title : COLUMN 1 BOTTOM Permeability = 95. 76009.1 -27.-------------------.30 SP1 team 3 malaysia Page 40 * * * Damage Stability Reference Point Table * * * Damaged Body ID. 4..9 -6. 63.6 S.72 StabCad Ver.3 90.OCEN 407 Design Class 2 3 4 5 113 Team Malaysia 34.1 -59.Z) = 0..Y..------.4 88..9 90.5 88..-------------------.9 -193..1 83.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 89.4 -178.9 -124..0 5.3 -71.0 -11.0 11.9 -10..0 20.0 ------.0 ------.4 -126.-------------------.9 3 Int/Dam -133.1 91...8 -116.3 -77.3 93.9 92.0 1.6 -147.98 85.0 3.9 -199..0 8.4 -186.------.2 -203.. HEEL ANGLES ------.0 6.6 -13..3 -121.3 2 Int/Dam -68.00.7 -150.2 .75 88.2 -156.0 10.2 81. 0..8 92.0 13..0 21.9 -98..6 85.9 -35..0 -113.0 17.

6 -8.0 26..--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 79.3 -64.3 -23.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT.0 40.0 % Draft at no Heel .7 -6.0 -207.0 31..0 -11..0 45.7 -169.6 ------.5 -150.-------------------.3 -17.. 0...9 -73.3 -253.5 -176.8 ------.6 -144..9 -79.-------------------.5 -175..5 73.9 75.5 -256. Type Description 36.4 -268.1 -299.0 32.4 -123..--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------HEEL ANGLES ------.0 29.OCEN 407 Design Class 114 Team Malaysia 4 Int/Dam -133.Tons Center of Gravity (X..3 -309. 63.9 -294.3 -273.8 -59.----------------------------------------------------------------------------1 Int/Dam 63..7 -217.0 ------.7 -165.0 ------.7 -232.0 34.9 -146..4 61.0 37.5 65..6 -54.2 -216.0 25.6 53.6 -7.0 -236. 8 Title : COLUMN 1 BOTTOM Permeability = 95.0 27.0 42..7 62.8 -143.-------------------..5 -90.9 -189..------.1 55.4 -135.2 -32..1 -19.1 -84.-------------------.74 Ft Displacement .8 -212.7 -15..------.0 44.6 -6.Y...0 ------.1 168..9 70. 76009.0 5 Int/Dam -46.3 -251.------.0 39.8 3 Int/Dam -212...2 71....2 -35.2 5 Int/Dam -6.0 41.6 69. Type Description 24.4 -10.3 -29.5 3 Int/Dam -272.1 2 Int/Dam -119.3 -203.3 -174..1 267.1 -153. 50.6 -157.2 -283..9 -42..1 -11..00.1 -132..0 -318.9 54.1 -142.0 -243.8 -262.8 -278.5 -50.1 2 Int/Dam -162.2 67.-------------------..6 S.9 66.8 -221.4 -263. 4.-------------------.8 -171.------.3 -6.4 -38..2 -176.4 -258.7 5 Int/Dam -13.0 28. 0.6 4 Int/Dam -227..4 -226.1 -246.6 222..7 159.4 -127.----------------------------------------------------------------------------StabCad Ver.8 -7.4 57.4 -153.7 -198.2 -193.0 43.Z) = 0.5 -165.1 76.3 -167.-------------------.1 78.2 -314...3 -139.7 -173.5 4 Int/Dam -172.1 -7.7 -26..------. Wind Speed .7 58.00.7 -176.7 -4.0 -161.0 -68.----------------------------------------------------------------------------DF PT.0 -241.0 30.3 52.------.3 -304..7 -184.0 59...2 -138.0 33.0 35.9 -238..5 -156.7 -180.30 SP1 *** team 3 malaysia Damage Stability Parameters Page *** Damaged Body ID.4 -147.7 74. No.1 -248..00 Deg 67.1 -21.4 -131.--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------HEEL ANGLES ------.0 38.4 -150.------.2 -231.00 Knot Wind Direction is Normal to Tilt Axis Range of Stability .87 Ft 41 .6 -288..

78 -42.00 -27.-------------------------.46 -27.3( 3) 45.43 -267.16 12565.22 2.06 12306.9 24.3 20.07 2.14 12506.2( 3) 45.38 -33.28 -246.w.00 35.23 2.28 -212.93 -33.98 -23.07 -33.00 -33.85 38.r.97 -29.05 28.9 21.00 40.09 12400.71 0.61 0.48 -33.00 -26.18 12753.58 -41.1( 3) 45.07 28.20 -48.2( 3) 45.11 12438.-------.24 -314.10 28.0( 3) 45.02 -69.32 -241.00 -25.00 52.14 -199.1 38.49 38.07 28.00 -24.60 28.09 28.78 38.09 28.17 12629.68 38.00 68.89 38.0( 3) 45.99 0.60 -24.84 38.20 12853.24 -32.56 -25.00 37.44 -51.29 -62.24 -193.36 -64.63 -45.18 12709.7( 3) 45.87 38.00 0.00 37.33 -262.90 38.77 -33.4 5.44 -27.56 -26.00 64.78 38.39 -24.82 38.2( 3) 45.00 -64.17 38.00 39.00 28.80 -36.00 -38.76 38.00 58.00 -25.41 -236.20 -33.00 -25.05 -40.27 -22.00 63.-------.0 34.12 28.69 -31.96 -186. Ship-/ Righting Heeling /-.71 13513.34 -304.08 2.6( 3) 45.51 -231.10 28.21 2.00 55.76 -278.5 31.68 38.67 -226.08 28.00 -53.85 38.5( 3) 45.10 28.00 44.09 12295.9( 3) 45.22 1.39 0.00 -25.0( 3) 45.2 25.42 13336.19 -153.00 54.01 28.6( 3) 45.11 28.6 32.17 12667.90 0.9 6.---------------.8( 3) 45.66 0.18 2.2( 3) 45.00 -61.00 -37.7 3.07 28.73 38.00 -25.26 -54.1( 3) 45.07 2.00 -56.87 0.88 0.2 45.0 33.00 39.41 -137.99 0.47 -61.r.39 0.14 28.6 9.44 -207.24 13083.Center of Buoyancy--/ Flood Heel Trim Height Tilt Axis Heel Trim Arm Arm LCB TCB VCB Water (Deg) (Deg) (Ft) (Deg) (Deg) (Deg) (Ft) (Ft) (Ft) (Ft) (Ft) (S.06 28.03 28.14 2.5( 3) 45.30 -53.00 39.59 -189.54 -31.19 2.07 0.66 -28.04 12354.37 13293.68 -33.09 28.15 28.73 38.00 57.66 -28.70 38.00 -27.82 38.00 -46.00 -44.10 -19.00 -25.44 -27.8 36.24 0.00 53.44 -34.06 28.12 28.38 -156.11 12272.7 10.09 28.00 45.4 13.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------/--Angles w.04 -32.00 -50.81 38.00 39.14 -30.91 38.25 -58.16 12592.10 28.35 -55.00 49.76 38.40 -182.16 2.Yawed axis ---/ Downflood Of /.4( 3) 45.94 -299.00 -31.00 71.66 -71.8 7.t.06 2.33 0.------.37 -21.02 -33.15 12530.52 13414.3( 3) 45.23 0.00 -35.1 40.0 12.3( 3) 45.33 13245.82 -21.80 38.06 28.96 0.00 -58.69 -28.23 2.00 46.91 -25.15 2.22 2.71 38.11 12248.21 2.07 12327.81 -20.21 -148.07 28.7 39.16 2.88 0.21 28.2 19.5 4.78 38.00 65.11 12254.00 48.97 28.26 -251.09 28.00 -25.00 -25.70 -75.00 0.3( 3) 45.10 12279.07 2.1 15.03 -73.30 0.00 43.33 -39.0( 3) 45.98 0.96 -67.47 13376.23 2.00 -26.9 42.10 12273.88 38.09 12383.23 1.2( 3) 45.13 0.07 28.7( 3) 45.9 8.5( 3) 45.60 0.17 28.10 12419.99 -28.10 0.00 36.1( 3) 45.88 -29.23 1.34 -72.10 2.97 28.23 2.t.7 17.0( 3) 45.76 38.79 38.4 1.4( 3) 45.4( 3) 45.3 2.05 -147.85 38.79 -47.26 0.6( 3) 45.59 13449.6 41.2( 3) 45.07 2.Tons) ------------------.99 0.93 0.00 -26.58 -294.95 -29.68 0.82 -203.07 38.30 -164.02 28.82 -178.00 -26.21 12967.25 -63.14 2.22 1.00 50.72 -171.00 -66.73 0.49 0.46 0.98 0.10 2.06 2.4( 3) 45.2 29.00 51.53 28.00 -26.92 38.8( 3) 45.00 40.77 -309.Angles ---/ /-.79 38.00 61.00 -26.18 28.6 35.20 12909.83 38.00 42.07 28.95 -49.67 38.00 43.-------.18 2.46 0.3 27.61 -164.00 -34.89 -32.17 2.00 -26.79 -59.80 38.29 13195.23 2.5( 3) 45.00 -26.07 -216.08 2.20 28.09 2.66 0.54 -150.49 0.45 -68.00 42.13 2.65 13482.09 12308.9( 3) 45.37 -29.7( 3) 45.98 -43.9 11.7( 3) 45.09 2.49 -26.46 0.45 -32.11 2.34 29.12 12459.00 -30.2( 3) 45.80 38.04 28.77 -159.54 0.67 38.00 36.50 0.3 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 115 .23 2.69 -32.19 0.12 2.86 -31.78 38.51 -23.33 -37.68 38.75 38.60 -65.28 -44.1 37.00 67.6( 3) 45.9 28.9 23.2 30.10 12348.5( 3) 45.77 38.57 -272.90 -35.73 -318.00 -24.08 12354.00 -32.14 12483.00 60.80 0.47 0.68 38.06 12301.8( 3) 45.23 2.70 0.--/ Critical Yaw Angle /--.88 0.00 -29.13 28.00 56.36 -156.28 29.30 0.26 -30.15 -37.9( 3) 45.20 28.21 2.1( 3) 45.00 59.00 -25.27 -256.00 41.47 -26.2 14.99 -283.00 46.00 49.26 -288.3( 3) 45.69 -21.76 38.83 -57.22 28.13 12231.9 22.23 28.82 -177.95 -25.00 38.11 28.03 -30.00 38.00 -40.78 0.3 44.00 47.00 70.12 -141.00 -28.09 12297.69 -33.20 -22.10 12257.32 38.46 -140.79 -29.1 18.00 -48.32 -46.20 2.06 28.2 43.17 -19.7 26.08 2.9( 3) 45.29 0.02 -139.00 -42.19 12801.71 38.20 2.85 38.29 38.85 -221.26 -133.11 2.2( 3) 45.69 -50.00 38.39 -31.22 13025.56 -18.5 16.00 -28.-------0.53 -56.00 -24.23 2.63 0.26 13141.27 -31.00 -25.23 2.77 -34.52 -29.

.. 76009.47 98.... Verify Input Data...6 S..85 Ft Water Plane Area . No....96 37.................28 Deg GMT ..00 0..47 82.23 S. -43.88 28....Tons X Center of Gravity......76 -114.38 -143... 4.30 SP1 team 3 malaysia Wednesday 4/25/2007 10:38:33 Input File Name:E:\2007 SPRING\407\STABCAD\STABCAD Output File Name:E:\2007 SPRING\407\STABCAD\STABCAD * * * Problem Description * * * Number Of Joints .. ***** StabCad Ver.(Ft) Center of Floatation. 63....75 -189.87 -8.....(Ft) Y Z 0................83 Equilibrium Position: Vessel Heel . -----1 2 3 4 5 Description Height (Ft) -------------------...26 Ft GML ..... 4.. 16..21 53.0 % Intact Draft ....00 67.88 -132...30 SP1 *** team 3 malaysia Page 42 Page 43 Damage Stability Equilibrium Position Data * * * Damaged Body ID............61 Deg Vessel Trim ..(Ft) Center of Buoyancy...... 3782..... -37.........------3.OCEN 407 Design Class 116 Team Malaysia ***** Down Flooding Point is Under Water at the Starting Angle....46 StabCad Ver... 220 .......... 8 Title : COLUMN 1 BOTTOM Permeability = 95....74 Ft Displacement .Ft Downflooding Points Height above Water --------------------------------------DF PT... -42........

47 -39. After the TXT file is created..052 23....624 35.48023.052 23. Also The angles at which the forces need to be analyzed has to be entered..766 39.47 -32..624 -35. The RAO’s must be either calculated separately. The TXT file contains information such as the fairleads locations and water depth and hull displacement. 0 Number Of Stations ..624 -35.47 39....624 23.47 39.47 -39..47 32.624 23.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 117 Number Of Plates ...624 35.480 23.624 30..624 -30.* * GENERAL DATA ( identity ) * * ------------------------.766 -39.. Total Execution time = 0: 0:19 0 (000) Appendix E: GMOOR GMOOR CVF INPUT FILE The CVF file must be made from a TXT file like the one that follows.pln" /* .62423. wind and current forces.47 -39.....766 -39. 188 Number Of Cylinders . It also must have the force coefficients for the wave..*/ *GENERAL "Blue Tang" /* Vessel name */ "Texas A&M" /* Licensee */ "02-23-07" /* Issue date */ "hull.624 30..624 -30.* . or they must be provided.47 32. /* ------------------------.... These coefficients are calculated by dividing the force by they velocity squared.GM-33033-1198-37025 Rev1" /* ------------.47 39.480 23..47 /* ----------. run makecvf which changes the TXT file into a CVF file.PLN file name */ "" /* Serial Number */ "Sources of the data used to create this CVF..47 39.624 23.. with validation" "and limitations.. are contained in Report No...480 23.* * Fairlead Data /* * ------------.*/ *FAIRLEAD #NFAIRLEADS 12 #UNITS LENGTH METRES -39. which was not done in this project because it was not in the design scope.766 39.47 -32.05223..052 23.

*/ *VESSEL #DRAFTS 23.35.0 -597.0 0.updated */ 1.0 0.000 -2. roll.0 #YREFLECT /*------------------*/ /* Drift Force Data */ /* Regular Data */ /*------------------*/ *DRIFT_REG #UNITS FORCE KN 118 . 1.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia * Vessel Data * * ----------.000 -2.0 -597.000 -2.1.0 -597.0 -597.734 0.000 -2.0 -597. surge.000 -2.0.0 -597.1 /* radii of gyration for : pitch.0 -597.0.38 #UNITS FORCE KN #HEAD_INCR 45 #HEAD_STEP 0 335 45 #DRAFT 1 /* 24.0 -597. 0. surge.0 0.534 0. 13.000 -0.0 -597.0 /* linear damping in : sway.0 0.38m (80ft) */ /* Fx Fy Mxy */ 0.000 -2. 0.0000 -2.* * Wind Force Data * * --------------. roll.000 -2. yaw */ 26.181 0.0 -597.0 0.0 0.0.534 0.263 -0.*/ *CURRENT #DRAFTS 24.*/ /* Current Force Data */ /* -----------------.0 -597. 0.181 -2.47 #UNITS FORCE KN #DRAFT 1 /* 23. 0. yaw */ /* --------------.0 0.734 0.000 0.0 -597.263 -2. 0.000 #YREFLECT /* -----------------. heave */ 0. heave */ 0. 28.38m (77ft) */ /* Fx Fy Mxy */ 0.47 (80ft) */ 42000 /* Displacement .0.80.000 0.000 0.181 -2.0 /* mass Coefficients in : sway.0 0.*/ *WIND #DRAFTS 24.46E6 /* quadratic damping in : pitch.0.38 #UNITS FORCE KN #HEAD_INCR 45 #HEAD_STEP 0 335 45 #DRAFT 1 /* 24.0000 0.0 0.263 -2.534 0.734 0.

0 0.00 15.01 -0.00 0.04 0.5 0.11 0.00 0.82 0.63 0.5 0.35 18.20 17.00 21.00 -37.48 21.0 0.76 25.00 -4.92 0.10 0.5 -0.04 0.00 13.00 5.61 -1.0 -0.5 0.00 6.13 0.01 0.08 0.0 0.00 0.19 81.46 -1.09 -29.0 0.02 0.5 0.0 0.00 -1.49 24.00 0.00 25.03 0.38 #HEADINGS 0 22.04 0.17 0.0 0.00 18.09 -34.0 0.00 0.06 0.0 0.00 20.00 23.0 -0.0 0.0 0.03 0.00 0.07 -15.00 24.00 0.00 #HEADING 2 /* 22.5 0.06 0.5 0.00 -16.0 0.0 0.03 18.88 19.0 0.00 0.03 0.14 -27.5 0.64 0.00 21.0 0.0 -0.00 4.04 0.17 0.5 45 67.00 7.00 -0.00 19.38m (77ft) */ #HEADING 1 /* 0 deg */ /*Prd Sway Surge Yaw */ 30.0 0.00 16.01 0.47 0.5 #HEADINGS 90 #DRAFT 1 /* 24.11 0.5 deg */ /*Prd Sway Surge Yaw */ 30.11 0.12 0.00 0.10 -48.5 0.75 16.08 -25.14 119 .72 0.00 -19.00 -0.00 19.0 0.13 0.88 0.00 0.00 17.00 14.43 224.00 9.63 0.10 -39.99 20.0 0.0 0.00 20.00 0.31 22.10 -61.00 0.0 0.09 0.08 -21.09 0.39 23.04 0.00 -0.0 0.00 -1.0 0.0 0.98 21.08 0.00 -81.04 0.00 27.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia #UNITS FREQUENCY SECONDS #EXTRAP FREQUENCY UPPER CONSTANT #EXTRAP FREQUENCY LOWER ZERO #NFREQ_TXT 28 #DRAFTS 24.04 -130.00 -238.00 20.5 0.09 -0.0 0.73 27.00 22.0 0.00 8.0 0.0 0.0 0.5 0.00 -211.00 11.03 0.0 0.0 0.00 0.00 12.00 -64.00 10.13 -280.08 -84.12 0.00 0.10 0.60 19.0 0.07 -18.00 -1.71 0.00 18.07 -16.03 0.

0 -5.23 -626.07 -0.05 31.03 0.30 -41.03 0.02 -28.0 -0.81 4.08 0.5 deg */ /*Prd Sway Surge Yaw */ 30.98 8.06 -431.26 38.39 20.52 -18.64 25.0 0.04 7.01 -23.09 -39.66 205.03 0.09 -207.02 0.04 0.41 -0.08 -49.00 0.41 20.03 0.14 24.04 -1.80 85.27 19.86 10.28 -903.79 297.25 -1.04 -23.04 0.53 -17.85 16.26 21.60 18.36 -183.0 -0.09 12.06 0.0 -0.29 -244.0 0.43 19.5 0.02 -136.5 0.96 5.5 0.74 -126.04 20.0 0.01 -91.05 0.05 0.0 -72.0 -0.07 -0.03 0.54 11.65 19.83 24.45 8.05 36.62 14.22 5.05 -101.0 0.06 23.0 0.00 -81.09 #HEADING 3 /* 45 deg */ /*Prd Sway Surge Yaw */ 30.66 -15.87 -802.72 32.13 -3.05 -80.76 -957.04 0.0 -118.05 -56.5 -90.34 13.76 21.0 -0.20 -115.01 -17.27 -0.05 0.33 23.05 0.0 0.0 -0.59 22.01 -27.72 6.08 -39.05 -48.0 0.92 -344.05 0.01 -103.04 0.42 10.66 25.5 0.18 85.02 -30.0 0.5 -197.03 0.0 -1.36 7.01 49.75 -129.04 -34.88 11.0 -106.0 -0.44 21.04 -25.0 -3.58 22.01 -53.0 0.01 0.98 17.50 -12.42 -65.0 0.75 27.01 -34.04 -0.23 18.21 -0.05 -42.03 0.5 0.0 -6.5 0.0 0.85 -7.29 14.19 -342.0 -16.0 -142.0 -24.04 -29.66 4.03 0.21 310.46 40.99 27.80 -952.09 9.01 -45.06 0.02 -0.01 -64.0 -0.0 -15.5 0.88 -423.26 20.19 20.5 -0.89 -1.0 0.29 19.52 15.0 0.0 -1.21 13.03 0.0 -1.02 -108.08 -0.08 9.84 -27.01 -20.36 #HEADING 4 /* 67.07 12.24 -286.0 -1.0 -1.0 0.0 -26.05 -66.00 -68.03 -0.5 0.0 0.01 -39.77 6.03 0.29 Team Malaysia 120 .0 0.OCEN 407 Design Class 15.0 -0.60 21.

86 0.99 14.65 7.0 -2.10 103.00 0.5 0.00 0.88 11.03 0.0 -0.74 -0.00 0.43 15.18 12.11 0.55 -94.73 1838.0 -256.45 #XReflect /*----------*/ /* RAO DATA */ /*----------*/ *RAO #UNITS FREQUENCY SECONDS #UNITS LENGTH METRES #DRAFTS 24.0 -143.38 #HEADINGS 0 22.0 -0.5 -0.00 0.04 -19.01 -77.0 0.5 Team Malaysia 121 .05 20.13 0.28 -291.5 0.10 -160.64 -161.84 0.18 -0.26 -6.99 6.00 0.0 -235.0 -0.24 19.30 -0.61 12.0 -4.32 -170.00 1.51 -950.03 -157.00 -0.04 41.0 -0.30 -18.0 -134.01 0.0 -196.13 19.44 0.01 0.36 -11.0 -0.31 -25.00 0.70 215.16 0.90 17.11 40.0 -0.0 -33.00 24.5 135 157.0 -208.5 -0.00 0.5 -193.09 0.00 7.08 13.42 0.82 4.36 0.09 83.0 0.75 17.0 0.00 1.01 23.13 -0.33 0.00 6.5 45 67.37 14.62 4.00 0.00 0.76 -0.01 22.00 0.06 10.00 25.0 -0.00 0.16 56.75 #HEADING 5 /* 90 deg */ /*Prd Sway Surge Yaw */ 30.00 0.0 -0.43 18.OCEN 407 Design Class 18.57 -0.79 9.02 10.30 0.02 21.0 -1.5 -179.08 20.99 16.80 0.0 0.0 -1.62 7.00 0.86 5.03 6.12 0.53 0.71 -326.0 0.83 5.00 27.97 15.52 844.0 -21.0 -0.00 0.00 0.0 -72.5 -0.00 0.14 16.00 0.94 -0.00 -1148.00 0.0 -48.22 -0.27 11.15 8.01 9.03 21.0 -1.5 -0.54 8.52 -537.08 -0.0 -0.36 -72.13 109.00 0.0 -1.0 -7.69 -1.69 -0.00 0.00 -0.5 #HEADINGS 90 112.16 33.35 13.05 0.00 0.06 9.0 -123.00 0.53 18.0 -0.64 -17.06 -0.51 18.48 125.0 -0.0 -48.

9074 89.5 -82.34 22.0820 62.90 0.050 0.94 0.30 0.4482 78.83 0.09 7.0 91.0 -87.45 0.0000 0.0000 0.054 0.89 0.29 12.0000 158.28 0.0000 0.0000 11.0000 167.042 0.6033 88.48 21.0000 -1.0000 -178.0000 176.0000 3.036 0.00 0.0000 0.091 0.32 0.077 0.0433 -178.31 0.043 0.083 0.0499 150.0000 0.1959 -27.2441 -34.0000 1.0000 4.60 0.72 0.08 0.9232 89.73 0.88 0.0 -85.0 84.0000 3.OCEN 407 Design Class 122 Team Malaysia #HEADINGS 180 #EXTRAP FREQUENCY LOWER CONSTANT #NFREQ_TXT 28 #NFREQ_CVF 28 #PHASE YES #PRH YES #REFERENCE -1 0 20 #MOSES #DRAFT 1 /* 24.20 0.86 1.0666 131.62 0.43 0.0 -89.1900 87.0448 -10.83 0.85 16.0000 0.0000 19.25 0.0000 0.37 0.0000 0.8953 89.5525 9.78 0.81 0.81 21.0 82.86 0.87 0.0610 -12.047 0.0000 108.0000 -24.0000 135.0000 0.66 0.1191 -112.90 11.0134 -7.049 0.0337 -9.87 0.143 30.0000 22.0000 156.0000 38.0 -17.47 0.91 0.44 0.23 15.0000 0.54 1.0892 119.0000 0.82 0.05 0.05 25.0000 74.0000 82.0 85.02 1.90 0.16 0.38 2.051 0.45 0.1878 -39.24 18.37 0.5178 88.25 0.85 0.77 0.0000 46.033 0.0000 24.4380 97.0000 -23.1867 -104.57 0.85 0.0000 0.2047 -18.85 0.0000 0.77 0.96 0.99 0.5 65.59 18.48 0.96 1.3898 97.7237 89.0 -76.4077 87.2789 -101.100 0.0000 .2577 89.0000 16.12 0.2575 84.43 0.90 0.0000 0.0000 25.57 0.1161 111.0000 167.48 0.1266 -19.0000 159.0000 154.11 0.97 0.4700 -4.77 0.0 -81.0000 -2.071 0.0000 0.0 -95.0000 0.0 -90.8536 -101.07 1.24 13.52 0.44 0.8350 90.67 0.43 0.0000 -171.86 17.5333 1.048 0.55 0.26 0.125 0.29 0.76 1.056 0.9326 89.67 0.0000 53.3482 -12.0000 0.06 0.17 0.0000 -176.0000 167.059 0.2890 94.61 0.07 0.067 0.0000 -171.07 0.47 1.9418 90.31 0.1565 -22.40 0.0000 166.0000 71.1037 -16.0000 0.040 0.0000 159.26 0.89 0.54 0.21 0.0 -88.8887 89.1985 43.31 0.64 27.053 0.9016 89.063 0.5 -89.71 1.95 0.4770 94.0000 13.21 0.86 0.63 0.0682 -129.0 88.41 14.83 20.96 0.5 41.8007 90.0000 172.0 -95.06 0.3396 96.0 83.0 79.0000 0.0000 48.14 0.0721 -13.8742 89.6706 89.0000 -175.82 1.49 0.5109 14.0000 -14.1480 104.0258 -8.0000 104.0134 -2.0 118.0860 -14.52 1.85 0.045 0.91 0.5572 6.92 0.0000 169.36 0.96 0.0000 -8.12 0.0795 -26.0000 0.22 0.0000 -141.88 0.82 0.0167 96.9735 90.35 0.8816 89.74 0.0000 174.09 0.0 -84.27 0.2385 92.0000 0.98 8.32 1.88 0.9130 89.9190 -96.0000 174.0000 0.95 10.0000 0.96 23.8582 89.30 20.31 19.02 0.75 1.18 19.32 0.56 0.85 0.0000 144.1588 73.76 0.85 0.0000 0.5 95.111 0.0505 -148.95 0.8892 89.90 0.2851 -47.78 0.38m (77ft) */ #Heading 1 /* 0 °rees */ /* SURGE SWAY HEAVE ROLL PITCH YAW */ /* Freq Period AMP PHASE AMP PHASE AMP PHASE AMP PHASE AMP PHASE AMP PHASE */ /* (Hz) (sec) (m/m) (°) (m/m) (°) (m/m) (°) (°/m) (°) (°/m) (°) (°/m) (°) */ 0.86 0.71 0.7659 89.3977 23.1854 96.55 24.57 1.0000 14.0000 -158.81 9.20 0.09 0.8664 89.95 0.0 -93.2159 67.29 0.53 1.

29 0.77 #Heading 2 /* SURGE /* Freq Period AMP PHASE */ /* (Hz) (sec) (m/m) (°) */ 0.091 11.41 0.10 0.050 20.04 0.0 0.95 0.70 0.97 0.77 0.08 0.8439 179.0597 90.43 0.21 0.1381 -88.0863 89.0033 142.94 0.1565 90.043 23.0595 -47.8154 179.1063 -113.3680 23.87 0.38 0.09 0.0 0.3107 95.4870 -178.7735 179.071 14.0482 89.15 0.46 0.20 0.0499 146.0299 19.84 0.1004 /* 45 °rees */ SWAY HEAVE ROLL PITCH YAW */ .0 0.1695 -22.8389 179.7414 179.88 0.1759 85.0666 129.3630 90.1545 -120.0 0.2595 -88.86 0.05 0.3396 90.1063 -88.3347 90.0 0.84 0.0000 64.33 0.65 0.0 0.0 0.3901 -176.1327 -101.54 0.0148 -7.0552 -176.3288 90.75 #Heading 3 /* SURGE 123 Team Malaysia -51.09 0.97 0.4858 14.1677 -105.1824 96.33 0.2483 89.8224 178.111 9.0 0.03 1.71 0.87 0.27 0.3255 90.5 °rees */ SWAY PHASE AMP PHASE HEAVE AMP PHASE ROLL AMP PHASE PITCH AMP PHASE YAW */ AMP (°) (m/m) (°) (m/m) (°) (°/m) (°) (°/m) (°) (°/m) 89.67 0.0 0.036 27.88 0.4435 -4.3543 96.94 0.72 0.040 25.2685 89.1010 -88.01 0.077 13.35 0.0 0.00 1.0000 142.0139 -3.37 0.75 0.0475 82.67 0.13 0.02 1.1811 97.12 0.0381 89.49 0.20 0.0033 -19.25 0.67 0.3090 89.0 0.0 0.23 0.0912 -88.07 0.39 0.16 0.54 0.69 0.4199 93.90 0.143 7.0518 156.91 0.98 0.56 0.67 0.1498 92.1181 -88.8278 179.0 0.0000 143.99 0.2651 93.35 0.3009 -99.28 0.0168 72.36 0.80 0.0673 89.0000 139.09 0.96 0.49 0.8086 179.222 4.17 0.93 0.94 0.33 0.39 0.0000 108.0961 -88.38 0.0200 2.52 0.07 0.5631 -179.0659 -12.73 0.0354 -87.2149 66.02 0.0712 -23.02 1.0440 89.067 15.1063 -171.38 0.1516 70.0485 47.0098 -57.2195 91.31 0.79 0.167 6.99 0.08 0.23 0.3419 90.89 0.0627 84.8335 179.1713 -88.0417 89.55 0.18 0.1145 111.91 0.2596 -174.3192 -12.1122 -88.2673 -34.0380 -54.90 0.9088 -101.32 0.100 10.8703 178.0907 100.03 1.042 24.36 0.52 0.0067 20.03 1.056 18.0308 89.0184 45.0364 -9.5 0.0545 -169.3493 90.02 1.88 0.96 0.0 0.30 0.167 6.19 0.25 0.37 0.200 5.73 0.0 0.7945 179.0853 -25.13 0.0 0.02 1.0 0.2572 -122.0604 -133.0745 -88.90 0.1647 -48.0469 -87.3584 90.57 0.86 0.0663 -17.34 0.05 0.0 0.00 0.61 0.0236 11.051 19.27 0.5291 9.049 20.1912 90.0059 -112.6713 179.2848 89.00 0.1417 57.05 0.50 0.48 0.0459 89.3319 90.00 0.79 0.24 0.3940 96.62 0.59 0.8533 178.0000 28.2349 -88.28 0.0911 84.19 0.16 0.03 1.0114 44.8369 -96.69 0.94 0.1243 -88.91 0.0335 89.46 0.0 0.27 0.1119 -16.86 0.1823 -16.12 0.0 0.1368 -19.200 5.2067 -29.56 0.0000 /* 22.25 0.1457 104.58 0.033 30.37 0.053 19.57 0.1539 -88.0200 90.59 0.0197 -64.01 1.49 0.05 0.60 0.50 0.15 0.0400 89.125 8.1339 88.13 0.3219 90.68 0.0000 45.2119 -88.02 1.16 0.0 0.5 0.5 0.5089 1.5338 6.0456 -154.7096 179.0610 -88.23 0.0000 -130.3458 90.33 0.2129 -27.8993 178.0417 174.2231 89.3180 90.0364 89.0886 118.26 0.10 0.52 0.79 0.0285 89.6235 -179.1139 -144.083 12.3694 78.3373 90.2981 89.16 0.0090 -75.0236 90.0082 -169.73 0.01 1.3179 -46.01 0.0866 -88.93 0.83 0.0509 89.0538 90.8218 179.97 0.0338 83.5 0.34 0.5 0.047 21.3523 90.8017 179.0168 -94.1148 88.5 0.0823 -88.059 17.18 0.OCEN 407 Design Class 0.37 0.29 0.83 0.0417 -36.054 18.66 0.61 0.0 0.045 22.0484 -10.67 0.52 0.0991 88.02 0.048 21.38 0.222 4.43 0.1906 -88.0 0.0 0.10 0.0673 -88.93 0.02 0.0928 -14.5 0.74 0.00 1.2523 -101.0758 89.0512 -70.0280 -8.063 16.66 0.93 0.8619 178.02 1.20 2.2844 -91.0778 -13.

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48 0.111 9.5702 -88.1096 -89.23 0.059 17.81 0.0 0.0158 -27.26 0.99 1.0404 89.66 0.2123 -179.0463 89.0 0.0706 95.27 0.0 0.1463 -94.0655 -9.39 0.0817 116.50 0.1539 96.0423 89.99 1.80 0.3104 177.09 0.84 0.67 0.0 0.0728 117.78 0.9493 90.71 0.22 0.14 0.1257 83.3135 -11.82 0.3427 177.143 7.3709 176.98 #Heading 5 /* SURGE /* Freq Period AMP PHASE */ /* (Hz) (sec) (m/m) (°) */ 0.0564 126.2408 178.0164 -67.1514 -16.11 0.74 0.1296 -65.4740 -45.2874 -89.75 0.083 12.4327 -88.7493 89.21 0.14 0.57 0.1099 -115.091 11.01 0.040 25.76 0.053 19.77 0.72 0.22 0.00 0.0523 -8.20 0.0279 89.0226 -67.0482 89.0571 -109.043 23.25 0.5 0.00 0.90 0.033 30.83 0.0880 -68.071 14.32 0.0016 17.1529 -90.7798 89.2637 178.63 0.0088 86.042 24.25 0.57 0.5246 -88.0 0.69 0.36 0.0846 89.99 0.41 0.38 0.0101 90.59 0.69 0.60 0.9053 89.050 20.3507 177.4780 -88.1385 10.2018 -89.7960 89.40 0.0211 -6.91 0.97 0.0371 89.0525 26.73 0.2733 -89.06 0.0502 116.91 0.3961 -0.83 0.73 0.0722 -119.0 0.1051 -12.89 0.1253 -14.23 0.42 0.0302 89.16 0.18 0.0223 -5.21 0.3035 -67.3488 177.0797 89.1704 -99.0034 90.99 0.036 27.8159 90.1247 -167.5 0.46 0.0301 155.25 0.79 0.0 0.05 0.3352 177.2820 177.84 0.0 0.0440 89.045 22.0554 91.8268 90.8032 89.2283 22.0689 -80.12 0.00 0.5 0.0801 /* 90 °rees */ SWAY PHASE AMP PHASE HEAVE AMP PHASE ROLL AMP PHASE PITCH AMP PHASE YAW */ AMP (°) (m/m) (°) (m/m) (°) (°/m) (°) (°/m) (°) (°/m) 65.040 25.0384 39.0823 58.5 0.86 0.0 0.2313 -21.89 0.74 0.8362 90.01 1.5551 -98.067 15.0994 111.00 0.73 0.01 1.7883 89.100 10.00 0.4263 5.5 0.68 0.0 0.0 0.46 0.0381 40.1867 -89.2674 -105.054 18.1856 -18.3606 176.45 0.6922 89.0691 -9.79 0.32 0.8515 90.0469 133.200 5.17 0.3542 177.58 0.32 0.00 1.0679 120.0 0.29 0.24 0.0889 -90.1050 82.0 0.98 0.20 0.1739 -89.79 0.6536 89.03 0.38 0.8443 90.0013 -71.46 0.0902 74.99 0.36 0.59 0.0594 119.0059 148.78 0.056 18.90 0.99 0.3405 177.3384 177.95 0.99 1.99 1.84 0.00 0.4691 89.0 0.3684 14.1073 39.1919 -89.06 0.00 1.7705 89.10 0.77 0.1178 -89.0013 -108.23 0.1421 -89.04 0.10 0.40 0.26 0.0007 90.43 0.17 0.0640 118.0673 90.3911 -89.2595 -89.78 0.97 0.1201 87.24 0.66 0.0016 -19.80 0.6099 -88.077 13.048 21.64 0.37 0.2346 -89.0610 90.2940 -26.125 8.047 21.042 24.24 0.1385 90.00 0.0496 -8.78 0.15 0.0505 91.3716 89.57 0.79 0.0167 -5.049 20.67 0.0903 155.24 0.6276 -90.0374 131.0328 89.0005 90.00 1.3366 177.0 0.05 0.28 0.99 1.16 0.00 1.97 0.036 27.6055 89.06 0.0 0.1760 -176.00 0.0354 89.06 0.05 0.0387 89.08 0.01 1.0 0.3281 177.3448 177.64 0.20 0.0233 89.1322 90.0781 96.167 6.0363 -107.63 0.0 0.0 0.3776 -33.2970 177.3574 176.9374 90.0322 -164.86 0.03 0.10 0.051 19.0338 157.5452 89.0860 90.043 23.0890 -11.5 0.36 0.0 0.1572 -89.81 0.0006 90.2231 -89.17 0.7236 89.52 0.0384 -7.00 125 Team Malaysia 90.88 0.52 0.13 0.97 1.74 0.15 0.8215 90.17 0.2467 -89.1152 -123.2123 -89.3406 -80.1227 105.31 0.0 0.40 0.3182 -89.83 0.4204 9.89 0.0405 -7.1690 -89.0947 132.22 0.73 0.98 1.063 16.1568 114.1422 -31.8659 90.OCEN 407 Design Class 0.3468 177.00 1.9141 89.5 0.40 0.73 0.98 1.16 0.0 0.2429 91.90 0.0390 143.93 0.96 1.222 4.0102 69.93 1.75 0.16 0.0459 -135.13 0.3133 -105.80 0.68 0.60 0.0735 89.1596 -149.68 0.0 0.77 0.9218 89.8098 89.3530 -89.1916 57.0355 -38.0020 .00 1.85 0.63 0.09 0.0 0.0 0.0539 10.0169 -6.

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81 0.03 0.53 0.OCEN 407 Design Class 0.2130 -24.5486 -90.51 0.59 0.0364 -89.0285 -90.3419 89.48 0.50 0.0640 112.1066 113.59 0.8022 0.94 1.82 0.3584 89.0 0.100 0.12 0.65 11.3090 89.0 10.43 0.0580 -35.8715 1.74 0.0 0.8372 0.1785 -86.3458 89.0440 -89.58 0.39 0.0469 -92.0778 -11.5 0.1519 -71.0997 -5.17 0.66 0.5202 -90.22 0.077 0.8105 0.0531 140.1122 -91.18 0.1132 0.52 0.3149 -90.0388 -97.80 0.8528 1.0305 -30.0482 -89.091 0.1695 -19.3347 89.0060 75.66 0.32 0.0581 123.2970 17.0335 -89.0673 #Heading 8 /* SURGE /* Freq Period AMP PHASE */ /* (Hz) (sec) (m/m) (°) */ 0.0899 0.1063 -91.5704 -90.3586 89.0453 126.0577 0.5887 89.22 0.05 0.35 0.82 0.1266 0.00 9.03 0.86 0.0302 134.5 15.4260 11.2224 -86.74 0.4404 -91.1847 -114.19 0.045 22.99 0.3523 89.72 0.62 0.25 17.111 0.4180 -90.0 1.97 0.3373 89.3183 -43.1243 -91.0236 -90.79 0.5 0.5 0.056 0.87 1.1119 -14.02 0.0912 -91.2251 -91.0 1.2675 -31.78 0.97 0.92 1.92 0.01 128 Team Malaysia 0.0417 -89.7927 0.0200 -90.0483 -8.0434 19.0 1.99 0.0 2.95 0.01 0.03 0.059 17.47 0.70 0.44 0.8250 0.38 0.84 0.0610 -91.0 0.1506 -79.2664 -96.58 0.43 0.62 0.047 21.69 0.0295 -60.81 0.34 0.4985 89.0400 -89.3319 89.033 30.5524 89.89 0.050 20.2073 -89.051 19.0287 -167.21 0.4525 0.93 1.97 0.95 0.2766 99.5723 89.64 0.0 6.0038 -37.96 1.61 0.13 0.68 0.89 1.97 1.43 0.97 0.94 0.05 0.44 0.68 0.5 0.32 0.0751 -11.0587 139.1874 94.3789 97.1010 -91.1010 0.91 1.91 0.51 0.0 0.8427 0.0 1.92 0.12 0.84 0.0 0.01 0.64 0.0 0.5820 -90.1240 -58.053 19.71 0.2387 -15.95 1.8313 0.0 1.2497 -91.0294 23.24 0.97 0.0459 -89.3396 89.17 15.1568 0.94 1.86 0.1683 0.63 0.1381 -91.87 0.0154 -112.3077 -90.143 0.58 6.0883 14.0738 0.65 0.8041 1.76 0.90 0.036 27.07 0.93 0.86 0.3288 89.18 0.3219 89.0390 -114.0823 -91.62 0.96 1.2772 -91.49 0.29 0.040 25.0 1.4793 4.26 5.73 0.8622 1.03 0.36 0.1490 106.96 0.048 21.3807 -6.12 0.85 1.99 0.5282 89.18 0.9099 -93.0528 1.21 0.0761 125.61 0.0019 167.18 13.067 0.67 0.0658 -10.1263 109.1368 -16.0308 -15.3255 89.53 0.042 24.66 0.0899 119.125 0.2856 90.1417 0.063 16.03 0.90 1.0 1.31 1.0 0.68 0.054 18.49 0.62 0.0817 0.0 0.73 0.1539 -91.97 0.89 1.66 0.043 23.0 25.97 1.7819 0.222 18.4847 -90.4646 -110.3968 -43.1191 95.056 18.76 0.0 0.0673 -91.2726 -92.62 0.2981 89.4159 89.0140 -7.0509 -90.2037 102.80 0.0785 -76.0758 /* 157.0928 -12.3415 -90.2589 -91.32 0.4617 89.60 0.0909 0.0354 -92.84 0.74 0.31 12.4980 -91.43 10.99 0.02 0.96 0.37 0.5982 -89.3849 -91.00 0.9056 1.50 0.94 0.43 0.21 16.08 0.0308 -90.0025 174.5 °rees */ SWAY PHASE AMP PHASE HEAVE AMP PHASE ROLL AMP PHASE PITCH AMP PHASE YAW */ AMP (°) (m/m) (°) (m/m) (°) (°/m) (°) (°/m) (°) (°/m) -89.2093 -127.0364 -7.65 0.36 0.0961 -91.3493 89.78 0.0279 -6.059 0.92 0.3630 89.0 4.063 0.68 .61 0.0745 -91.0538 -90.0 -59.0146 -4.80 2.0 0.8181 0.15 0.93 1.22 0.2352 -90.0481 105.200 0.49 8.3786 -90.0656 133.71 0.071 0.19 0.0059 -104.91 0.1181 -91.7421 0.0 48.46 0.0381 -89.0689 0.71 0.09 0.049 20.0705 -119.88 4.14 0.15 14.94 0.53 0.0597 -90.6194 -86.5 0.98 0.7608 0.5259 -96.84 0.04 7.79 0.0501 -13.1516 0.083 0.167 0.59 0.4737 8.4583 -90.3180 89.0 0.0215 -24.55 0.1690 0.24 0.0866 -91.80 0.70 0.95 0.0413 -95.

1805 -12.40 2.0000 104.111 9.0 0.23 0.04 0.48 0.68 0.0 0.0 0.125 8.8017 95.5 0.0322 34.0505 146.46 1.0257 -6.0000 -89.0 0.1693 125.02 0.35 0.18 0.1004 /* 180 °rees */ SWAY PHASE AMP PHASE HEAVE AMP PHASE ROLL AMP PHASE PITCH AMP PHASE YAW */ AMP (°) (m/m) (°) (m/m) (°) (°/m) (°) (°/m) (°) (°/m) -89.0863 -90.56 0.0000 .2972 -93.31 1.03 0.46 0.083 12.23 0.69 0.091 11.0 0.42 0.2346 -90.71 0.33 0.0 0.9227 69.73 0.0000 52.19 0.1037 -14.76 0.2005 95.09 0.0000 144.54 0.0000 36.0 0.0915 -163.7119 0.067 15.04 1.50 0.33 0.4466 -4.0000 0.0582 -54.0000 36.8925 84.0000 -89.0069 -173.03 0.98 0.06 0.0000 -90.52 0.0026 6.0000 -91.1627 -74.51 0.0 0.98 0.50 1.0000 102.2047 141.0000 79.88 0.0 0.82 0.00 0.048 21.0122 -173.167 6.0000 -150.63 0.0000 -89.1558 -88.80 1.01 #Heading 9 /* SURGE /* Freq Period AMP PHASE */ /* (Hz) (sec) (m/m) (°) */ 0.0331 -155.0 0.0839 6.05 0.0 0.0447 -8.040 25.0000 172.93 0.75 0.99 0.0000 -90.94 0.1329 109.9799 155.2230 89.0 0.2953 99.6028 45.71 0.0721 -11.49 0.44 0.053 19.1565 -19.0000 -90.47 0.85 0.00 0.20 0.22 0.2169 102.3802 -93.2841 -92.077 13.0000 -89.36 1.75 0.20 0.2631 -121.90 0.4855 11.57 0.5 0.09 0.0 0.54 0.27 0.2482 89.1135 28.8231 68.0 0.93 1.0000 167.99 0.0000 135.0000 -90.0000 82.03 0.0000 -90.2329 -90.0531 -30.46 0.8136 -86.071 14.0917 100.0000 -89.33 1.12 0.25 0.0000 75.8550 -93.98 0.0528 6.3218 -11.0 0.2090 -87.25 0.56 0.46 0.75 0.1936 -85.7254 -76.1266 -16.2684 89.46 0.67 0.0000 -171.03 0.0659 134.64 0.083 12.0000 31.222 4.04 0.9430 59.6732 0.24 0.01 0.5291 8.5 0.0000 68.143 7.0177 123.84 0.0 0.47 0.0000 -90.0 0.59 0.0000 50.9057 -41.054 18.6245 0.29 0.0 0.0000 107.0495 96.83 0.071 14.0000 -156.58 0.0336 -7.0 0.8678 97.3136 -93.0000 -90.16 0.0000 -20.10 0.25 0.88 0.5 0.74 0.5630 0.26 0.051 19.77 0.2443 -31.39 0.09 1.17 0.0000 -89.0000 -90.87 0.2543 3.0000 166.9117 93.38 0.40 0.0000 104.0052 88.82 0.0095 107.19 0.0000 50.01 0.1903 -91.033 30.75 0.59 0.05 0.77 0.0175 56.07 0.0860 -12.0 0.056 18.0778 126.44 0.0000 172.23 0.60 0.21 0.0000 96.0 0.11 0.06 0.09 1.0753 -10.33 0.87 129 Team Malaysia -90.200 5.036 27.049 20.58 0.02 0.94 0.31 0.063 16.70 0.3665 -108.042 24.13 0.5525 8.0000 74.03 0.0000 163.0 0.045 22.55 0.0 0.1148 -91.05 0.94 0.3422 -94.29 0.7682 14.26 0.68 0.5 0.98 0.90 0.21 0.1499 91.59 0.3976 -95.0000 132.0136 -7.97 1.20 1.4055 97.49 0.0000 28.50 0.3857 2.35 1.0758 -90.1795 -73.0610 -10.8768 85.90 0.0 0.0000 160.95 0.36 0.2589 -91.5107 11.059 17.067 15.77 0.44 0.0000 89.49 0.45 0.047 21.10 0.59 0.74 0.0 0.0000 -90.90 0.1112 113.89 0.74 0.34 0.71 0.11 0.29 0.04 0.78 0.36 0.58 0.2856 -42.15 0.8850 -23.0384 -66.0371 -20.0577 143.3507 -93.77 0.80 0.35 0.45 0.13 1.0000 43.1575 106.6714 36.8459 -53.2116 -91.0000 44.0 0.0249 66.050 20.05 0.5 0.9329 -113.15 0.0000 36.0033 150.0133 -4.61 0.18 0.64 0.0000 -176.5579 5.5345 5.2848 89.0000 168.1709 -91.077 13.1535 49.94 0.8709 116.3676 17.3973 17.48 0.0000 -89.50 0.15 0.97 0.31 0.74 0.59 0.98 0.76 0.0000 -3.1912 89.0000 175.3031 -99.82 0.0745 -22.0397 135.0116 25.1339 -91.1627 -131.83 0.85 0.4850 1.0991 -91.42 1.OCEN 407 Design Class 0.92 0.043 23.0928 119.8576 -14.0000 -90.00 0.100 10.0074 -36.97 0.03 0.2526 -91.52 0.97 0.53 0.0000 -90.0000 152.5106 1.42 0.64 0.8993 59.2736 -92.1960 -24.

0000 12.0000 0.0000 .0000 0.0686 173.4022 -91.0000 -19.0 32.0732 172.77 0.1340 -86.0189 -41.20 0.5352 1.78 0.19 0.3506 -11.222 *END 11.56 0.29 0.5 170.12 0.74 0.143 0.0000 -94.1891 132.24 0.31 0.88 0.4734 -4.63 9.70 0.0000 -48.64 0.23 0.03 0.98 8.0187 11.0000 69.0000 0.0 31.11 0.07 0.4505 -95.49 0.49 0.85 0.46 0.0 37.71 0.92 0.0455 61.66 0.0000 103.125 0.0 151.0101 -58.5151 -91.111 0.90 4.0000 59.3848 -94.91 0.0000 -77.18 0.2511 -89.0 56.07 10.2005 -13.0000 106.07 7.0000 0.0171 -128.88 0.4459 -108.0000 -91.0835 -8.28 0.4213 -94.0000 29.0000 0.87 0.200 0.0000 0.100 0.25 0.2359 -140.OCEN 407 Design Class 0.167 0.10 0.0 -43.0570 -51.96 0.0000 172.65 0.17 0.25 0.0000 77.0000 -135.81 0.42 0.0000 -109.70 6.0000 -155.44 0.0955 122.77 130 Team Malaysia 0.0000 0.0 3.57 0.88 0.27 5.091 0.

0. 60. 1. 0.00. 100.00. 1. 0. 20 220536.00.00 6. 5500. 1.5.00.00. 5500. 0. 0. 0.00.00.00 0.00 4. 1. 0. 20 182261.00 . 1.00.00.00 . 0. 0. 0. 0. 1.00 77. 0. 1.75in K4 Studless Cha 50.00. it can be created by first running GMOOR and selecting create new spread and then selecting the CVF file. 100.00.00 1.00.00. 30.00. 2. 0. 5500. 0.00. 0. 5500.00. 5500. 5500.00.000000.00 . 100. 1.00.00 . 1. 0. 598. 5500.00.00 10. 0. 100.00 12.00 9.00.00 3. 300.00.00. 0.00. 1. 1. 20 11789. 1. 330.00. 0.00.00 . 1. 0. 1.00111.00 0. 5500.00.00.00. 0. 1. 100.00. 0. 5500. 100.00 12 1 1. 1155. 0. 0. 5500.11. 1. 1. 1. 5500. 135. 2.00 . 0.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 131 GMOOR SPD INPUT FILE The SPD input file contains the information about the mooring lines.00.00 0. 3 3.00.00. 45.00.00. 0. 120.00. 1. 0.00 "2.00. It includes the physical characteristics of each element and their lengths.39.00. 100. 1. 1.20.000000. 0.00.25. 1.5in K4 Studless Cha 200.00. 0.00.00 "3. 1. 100. 0.00.056804.00.00. 5500. 0. 0. 5500. 967.00 2. 0. 315. 1. 0. This file can also be edited through GMOOR but this process has some bugs in it and doing this also causes the program to load slower. 210. 1.40. 0. 5500.00. 5500.00.00. 100.00. Malaysia *CVF survival *NONE 2 1 0. 300. 1. 1. 5500.047469.00 7.00 "2. 1.00. 5500. 0.00 11.00 5.4. 0. 1. 5500.00. 1. 240. 5500.00. 225.49.00 8.94in MarlowPoly" 7350.00. 0.00.000000.40.00 *SLOPE 5500. 5500. 0.00. 5500.00. 0. 0.00. 100. 0.00 0. 0. 0. 1.49.00. 5500. 1.00. 100. 5500.00. 0.00.00 .25.86.00. This file does not have to be created by hand. 0. 5500.00.00. 1. 150. 0. 0.00. 100.00.

After running the batch file the results can be viewed by clicking Launch Report and then selecting Batch Detailed Results.OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 132 GMOOR OUTPUT Once the mooring system is designed a batch file can be created that analyzes the mooring system under environmental loads at different angles and under different damaged conditions. This will display the intact case at which there is the lowest FOS and then the damaged case with the lowest FOS. .

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OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 134 .

OCEN 407 Design Class Team Malaysia 135 .

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