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Session 1 G BM

KM

B 1. Definitions

K

CL

2. Stability Reference Points

3. Stability Triangle

Introduction to Stability 4. Conditions of Stability

G 5. Stability Curve

B

6. IMO Stability Criteria

7. Draft Diagram and Cross Curves

DISPLACEMENT

• A FLOATING OBJECT HAS THE PROPERTY OF

STABILITY - THE TENDENCY OF A SHIP TO BUOYANCY

ROTATE ONE WAY OR THE OTHER (TO RIGHT

ITSELF OR OVERTURN)

• A FLOATING BODY DISPLACES A VOLUME

INITIAL STABILITY - THE STABILITY OF A OF WATER EQUAL IN WEIGHT TO THE

SHIP IN THE RANGE FROM 0° TO 7°/10° WEIGHT OF THE BODY.

A SHIP'S ABILITY TO RESIST CAPSIZING IN A

GIVEN CONDITION OF LOADING

HEELING A SHIP TO A GIVEN ANGLE OF HEEL

LAWS OF BUOYANCY

• A FLOATING OBJECT HAS THE PROPERTY

OF BUOYANCY

• A FLOATING BODY DISPLACES A VOLUME

OF WATER EQUAL IN WEIGHT TO THE

WEIGHT OF THE BODY.

G

B • A BODY IMMERSED (OR FLOATING) IN

WATER WILL BE BUOYED UP BY A FORCE

EQUAL TO THE WEIGHT OF THE WATER

DISPLACED.

20

DISPLACEMENT

1

FORCE: A PUSH OR A PULL. IT TENDS TO

DISPLACEMENT PRODUCE MOTION OR A CHANGE

IN MOTION.

• THE WEIGHT OF THE VOLUME OF WATER

THAT THE SHIP'S HULL IS DISPLACING UNITS: NEWTONS, TONNES, ETC.

• UNITS OF WEIGHT:

PARALLEL FORCES MAY BE COMBINED INTO

METRIC TON = TONNE = METRIC TONNE ONE FORCE EQUAL TO THE SUM OF ALL

METRIC TON = 1000 KILOGRAMS FORCES ACTING IN THE SAME DIRECTION AND

METRIC TON = 2204.72 LBS SO LOCATED TO PRODUCE THE SAME EFFECT.

5T

5T 15T

5T

IN AN OBJECT

WEIGHT: GRAVITATIONAL FORCE.

DIRECTION TOWARD CENTER OF EARTH UNITS: CUBIC METER

UNITS: NEWTONS, TONNES, etc CUBIC CENTIMETER

V=LxBxD

MOMENT: THE TENDENCY OF A FORCE TO

PRODUCE ROTATION ABOUT AN AXIS V = 30 m x 20 m x 6 m

V = 3600 m3

d

a F

6m

MOMENT = F x d

SESSION TOPICS

UNITS: TONNE PER CUBIC METER

1. Definitions

SW = 1.025 Tonne/m3 2. Stability Reference Points

FW = 1.000 Tonne/m3

3. Stability Triangle

4. Conditions of Stability

WT = VOLUME x

SP. WT 5. Stability Curve

V = 3600 m3

WT = 3600 m3 x

1 TONNE/m3 6. IMO Stability Criteria

6m

7. Draft Diagram and Cross Curves

WT = 3600 TONNES

2

STABILITY REFERENCE POINTS RESERVE BUOYANCY

WATERLINE

Metacenter B

Gravity

BUOYANCY

B1

K eel B

CL

AND DEPTH OF HULL

RESERVE BUOYANCY

WATERLINE

WL

BB BBB

CENTER OF BUOYANCY

G1

THE CENTER OF

G

GRAVITY

KG1

KGo

G1

G

B

B

B

B

B

KGo

KG1

B

B

3

CENTER OF GRAVITY MOVEMENTS IN THE

CENTER OF GRAVITY

• POINT AT WHICH ALL WEIGHTS COULD

BE CONCENTRATED.

• G MOVES TOWARDS A WEIGHT ADDITION

WEIGHTS IS FOUND BY TAKING

MOMENTS ABOUT AN ASSUMED CENTER

OF GRAVITY, MOMENTS ARE SUMMED

AND DIVIDED BY THE TOTAL WEIGHT

OF THE SYSTEM.

MOVEMENTS IN THE

CENTER OF GRAVITY

G1

KG1

KGo

MOVEMENTS IN THE

CENTER OF GRAVITY

G1

G • G MOVES TOWARDS A WEIGHT ADDITION

G

G

G

G

G

• G MOVES AWAY FROM A WEIGHT REMOVAL

G

KG1

KGo

• G MOVES IN THE DIRECTION OF A WEIGHT

SHIFT

4

THE

METACENTER

METACENTER

G G2

B

B1 B2

M20

M45

M70 M

B

B20 B70

B45

METACENTER METACENTER

BBB

BBBB

B

B SHIFTS

0o-7/10o

M20

M M

B B20

B

CL

5

M20

M45 M20

M M45

M

M70

B B

B45

MOVEMENTS OF THE

METACENTER

THE METACENTER WILL CHANGE

M45 M20

POSITIONS IN THE VERTICAL PLANE WHEN

M70

B THE SHIP'S DISPLACEMENT CHANGES

CL

M

M90

B20

B45

B90 THE METACENTER MOVES IN ACCORDANCE

B70 WITH THESE TWO RULES:

1. WHEN B MOVES UP M MOVES DOWN.

2. WHEN B MOVES DOWN M MOVES UP.

LINEAR MEASUREMENTS IN

STABILITY

M1

M

M

M1

M

M M

M M

M11

GM

G

G BM

G

G G

G

B1

KM

B

B

B

B KG B

B

KB

K

CL

6

SESSION TOPICS M M

1. Definitions G

B

3. Stability Triangle

K

4. Conditions of Stability

CL

6. IMO Stability Criteria TRIANGLE G Z

7. Draft Diagram and Cross Curves

Where:

MMMM

M

opposite = GZ

hypotenuse = GM

G

GG

G Z

θ

Sin θ = GZ / GM

B BB

B BB1B1B1 1 GZ = GM x Sin θ

i.e.,

K KK G Z

KK GZ α GM

CL

AS GM DECREASES M

RIGHTING ARM

M

ALSO DECREASES

G1

G

B

G1 Z1

K G Z

CL

7

M

M

INITIAL

STABILITY

G

OVERALL

STABILITY

B

G Z

B B1

0 - 7°

CL RM = GZ x D

CL

SESSION TOPICS M

THE THREE CONDITIONS

G

OF STABILITY

1. Definitions

Z

B1

3. Stability Triangle G M

4. Conditions of Stability

B

5. Stability Curve

B1

B1

NEGATIVE

M M

G G Z

B B

B1

K K

CL

8

NEUTRAL STABILITY NEUTRAL STABILITY

M G M G

B B

B1

K K

CL

G G

M M

B B

B1

K K

CL

SESSION TOPICS

RIGHTING ARMS (m)

GZ = GMInitial

1 RADIANS

1. Definitions = 57.3O

3. Stability Triangle

4. Conditions of Stability

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90

ANGLE OF HEEL (DEGREES)

5. Stability Curve

60°

40°

20°

G Z G Z G Z

GZ = 1.4 m GZ = 2.0 m GZ = 1 m

9

MAXIMUM RIGHTING

ANGLE OF

MAXIMUM SESSION TOPICS

RIGHTING ARMS (m)

ARM

RIGHTING

ARM

ANGLE OF 1. Definitions

VANISHING

2. Stability Reference Points

DANGER

ANGLE STABILITY

3. Stability Triangle

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90

4. Conditions of Stability

RANGE OF STABILITY = 73O

5. Stability Curve

20°

40°

60°

6. IMO Stability Criteria

7. Draft Diagram and Cross Curves

G Z G Z G Z

B B B

GZ = 1.4 m GZ = 2.0 m GZ = 1 m

1. The area under the Righting Arm

The IMO defines how stable the curve up to 30o should be at least

ship has to be by investigating the 3.15 m.degrees (0.055 m.radians).

properties of the area under the

Righting Arm curve. 2. The area under the Righting Arm

curve up to 40o or angle of

downflooding whichever is lesser

should be at least 5.16 m.degrees

(0.09 m.radians).

3. The difference between items (1)

5. The maximum Righting Arm

and (2) should be at least 1.72

should occur at an angle of heel

m.degrees (0.03 m.radians).

preferably exceeding 30o but not

less than 25o.

4. The Righting Arm shall be at

least 0.2 m at an angle of heel

6. The initial GM should not be less

equal to or greater than 30o.

than 0.15 m (0.35 m for fishing

vessels).

10

DRAFT DIAGRAM AND FUNCTIONS OF FORM

SESSION TOPICS

AFTER FORWARD

DRAFT MOMENT TO TRANSERSE

TONS LONGITUDINAL DRAFT

MARKS ALTER TRIM METACENTER MARKS

ABOVE BOTTOM PER CENTER OF

(FT) ONE INCH OF KEEL INCH BUOYANCY (FT)

(FOOT-TONS) DISPLACEMENT

(TONS) (FT) (TONS/IN) (FEET)

17 17

16 33

4000 4

15 22.3 3 15

22.4 2

750 3500 32 1

14 22.5 14

700 31 1

3. Stability Triangle

13 3000 22.6 2 13

650 30 3

22.7 4

12 600 29 5 12

2550 22.8

4. Conditions of Stability

550 28 11

11

CURVE OF CENTER OF FLOTATION

5. Stability Curve

30 20 10

DRAFT FWD = 14 FT 6 IN KM = 22.28 FT

DRAFT AFT = 16 FT 3 IN TPI = 32.7 TONS/IN

Wo = 3850 TONS LCB = 3.5 FT AFT

MT1" = 778 FT-TONS/IN LCF = 24 FT AFT

10o = .55 m

CROSS CURVES OF STABILITY 15o = .85 m

CENTER OF GRAVITY ASSUMED 20o = 1.1 m

30o = 1.73 m 5

9.0 m ABOVE THE BASELINE

40o = 2.35 m

RIGHTING ARMS (FT)

10o = 0.55 m 50o = 2.6 m 4

55o = 2.5 m

2.5 50 15o = 0.85 m 60o = 2.3 m

45 55 20o = 1.10 m 3

40 60

30o = 1.73 m X X X

RIGHTING ARMS (m)

2.0

X X

40o = 2.35 m 2

X

1.5 30 45o = 2.55 m

50o = 2.60 m 1 X

X

1.0 20

55o = 2.50 m X

15

60o = 2.30 m 90

0X 57.3

0.5 10 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80

ANGLE OF INCLINATION - DEGREES

3000 3500 4000 4500

DISPLACEMENT (TONNES)

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