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3 co-ordinate= 1-4-1

4 co-ordinate= 1-3-3-1

5 co-ordinate= 1-4-2-4-1

6 co-ordinate= 1-3-3-2-4-1

8 co-ordinate=1-3-3-2-4-2-4-1

**How came for 6 co-ordinate
**

By spilt that co-ordinate in firat 4 and last 3

Ex 1-2-3-4-5-6 co ordinates are there

Simpson rule come by splitting is

1-2-3-4-5-6

1-3-3-1

1-2-1

1-3-3-2-2-1

section

first 4

last three

by adding it (Simpson coordinates)

For 8

1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8

section

1-3-3-1

1-4-2-4-1

1-3-3-2-4-2-4-1

Simpson coordinates

6 0.1 --------------------------------18. 0.5 2.1 Length of water plane is 15 meters. 0.9 4 = 3.9 1.6 H= length of waterplane/(no of coordinates -1) H=15/(6-1) H= 3 Aw=H/3*18.2 0.3 1.38=0.5 2. 0.3 t/cm C.6 0.9 1 = 0.025)/100=0.2 Tpc=(Aw*ro)/100= (37.9 1.2 t/cm B.2*1.Find the TPC when offset of water plane is as follows: Station AP 2 3 4 5 FP ?? breadth (m) 0.9 0.5 3 = 4.4 .1 1. A.1 3 = 6.5 t/cm Soln: 0.4 t/cm D.6*2 ---------------(*2 is for its half section) Aw=37.6 2 = 3.1 1 = 0. 0.

Find CWP and TPC of a vessel whose ?? breadths of the water plane as follows: Station: AP 1 2 3 4 FP ?? Breadths (M) 1.39 Aw=(2.34 . Consider the nearest value. 0.53 Tpc= (30.66 0.2 Length between perpendiculars is 14 meters.2 ------------------------------16.0 1.8 1.44 1.65 1.56 0.33 0.39*2 =30.0 1 = 1.34 tonnes/cm C.8/3)*16.53*1.55 1.56 tonnes/cm B.65 tonnes/cm Soln: H= 14/(6-1)= 2.44 3 = 4.55 3 = 4.025)/100 =0.89 4 = 3.32 1.33 2 = 2.2 1 = 0.0 1. A. 0.89 0. 0. 0.31 = 0.43 tonnes/cm D.

6 2 =3.4 tonnes/cm C.6 1.1 A.2 tonnes/cm.1 4 =4.2 0.1 1 =0.4 1.9 Aw=(3. Length between perpendiculars is 15 m.6 0.75*1.3 . 0.75 Tpc=(29.1 1.9 4 =3.9 0.5 tonnes/cm B.9*2 Aw= 29.Find the TPC of the water plane.025)/100 =0. Soln: H=15/4=3.6 1 =0. 0. 0. Station: AP 2 3 4 FP ?? breadth (m): 0.75/3)*11.1 ---------------------------11. 0.6 1.6 0.75 0.3 tonnes/cm D.

6-0.87(15*1.9 = 14.62 .6 2 =3.1 1 =0.1-1.82 b)0.Find the Cw of the following AP-2-3-4-Fp 0.2 0.62 d)0.6 1.6-1.9 4 =3.52 Soln: 0.9-0.4 1.6 1 =0.72 c)0.1 Breadth is 15 a) 0.6) --------------------------(biggest coordinate) = 0.9 Here ½ section is not given AW=H/3*11.1 ---------------------------11.1 4 =4.87 Cw=Aw/(l*b) =14.6 0.

Summer load line Displacement= 15.2/48)*100*26. tpc=Aw*ro/100 Change in draft =mass added /tpc So.2.2 =338. Ship is going in Winter Region…what is the New Displacement? a) 14112.2 So.1 Soln : Tpc=26.8 c) 14655.1 (Note: summer load line is 1/48 of winter load line so we divided to 48) .4 =14655.3 b) 14878.2 Draft= 6. TPC=26.4 New disp=totoal disp –chamge in disp = 1500-338.2 m. Mass added =(6.A vessel loaded to summer load line. ship’s mean draft= 6.000 t.

012t/m3 .1 Soln : Increase in draft=(volume of lost bouncy/area of intact water plane) Volume of lost bouncy=L*B*D =10*7*3 = 210 Now area of intact waterplane= (35-10)*7 = 175 Increase in draft=(volume of lost bouncy/area of intact water plane) =(210/175) =1.3 d)4.4 c) 4. d=3m. in brackish water of density=1.2 New draft = 3+1.2 . find new draft ? a) 4. the length of mid ship compartment is 10m and full depth.2 b)4. the compartment is bilged. B=7m.2 = 4.A box barge length =35.

0. 30 m beam and is floating at draft 10 m.925 B.875 D.86=dV/150*30*10 dV= 38700 Cm=Am/b*d Am=0. is added at mid-ship. 0.The main dimension of a vessel is 150 m long. Find the new block coefficient. 0. A. The block coefficient and mid-ship section coefficients are 0.86 and 0. 0.95 respectively.95*30*10 Am=285 Am=285*30 = 8550 New Displacement =38700+8550=47250 New Cb= dV/l*b*d =47250/(150+30)*30*10 =0.85 Cb=dV/l*b*h 0. length 30 m.875 . A constant section.900 C.

2M D=4M Ro=1.5M B=10.006 D=4.5 m beam 10.2*4*1.0755=0.006t/m^3 find the bodily sincage of the mean draft if the displacement is constant a) 0.5*10.0755 D=4.2 m and draft 4m in even keel condition the ship is in water of density 1.075 Soln: L=6.5*10.095 d)0.006 Disp in sea water= Disp in brackish water 6.086 b)0.A barge of length 6.0755-4=0.076 c)0.025=6.2*d*1.76 .

0m.65tonn . 12.4*1000 =13400 Weight= 13400-750 =12650 =12.The RD solid block of wood is 0. What will be weight of a steel block just to submerge the block? A.6 tonnes. B.(multiply water density) = 750 Density = mass/volume Mass =750*1*1*1 mass =750 kg Density of mercury= 13.75*1000------. Soln Density of wood = 0.75. The block is floating in mercury. All sides are equal to 1.2 tonnes. The RD of mercury is 13. 14.5 tonnes.4. 13. C.

1 tonnes B.25 0. to the top of the air pipe or 2.0 5. 345.11 -1 -2 -3 1.8 m2 2.0 tonnes Don’t hav soln but answer is right D. which will come on them.88 6.0 .63 FP ?? Breadths 2. i.Transverse areas at different stations are given as follows: AP 1 3 4 FP 3. 360.88 0.1 m2 5. Find the Displacement of vessel A.5 Table 2 Station AP ?? Breadths 2.e.5 1.8 tonnes D.4 m2 4. 382.09 3. Filling them with water up to maximum head.8 m2 1. Table 1 Station AP 1 2 3 4 5 4.4 m2 Length of the vessel is 24m.45 above the crown of the tank which ever is lower. 350.73 5.2 tonnes C.

4.5m respectively.87 m towards ford B. 4. Find the LCF of the water plane from mid ship. A. The lengths between perpendiculars and appendages are 60m and 7.04 m towards aft (don’t know the ans also) . 4.23 m towards ford C. Midship D.The tables 1 and 2 of a vessel are ??breadths of water plane between perpendiculars and appendage respectively.

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