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LAS CURVAS BON JEAN MUESTRAN LA RELACION ENTRE CALADO LOCAL Y LAS SECCIONES DE AREA TRANSVERSAL.

HAY UNA CURVA BON-JEAN PARA CADA SECCION.

PARA CADA ESTACION SE PUEDE PLOTEAR UNA CURVA DE BON JEAN

CALCULO DE CURVAS DE BONJEAN

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CURVAS DE BONJEAN FS-1500 6 SECCION 0 SECCION 1 SECCION 2 5 SECCION 3 SECCION 4 SECCION 5 4 SECCION 6 SECCION 7 SECCION 8 WATER LINE 3 SECCION 9 SECCION 10 2 SECCION 11 SECCION 12 SECCION 13 1 SECCION 14 SECCION 15 SECCION 16 0 -60 -40 -20 0 AREAS SECCIONES 20 40 60 .

SHIP’S AXES WATER PLANES & SECTION AREAS 2240 .

slug units z y x The ship’s structure is shown oriented about the three principle axes. from which buttocks are measured . y.The z-axis is the height of the ship. x.The x-axis is the length of the ship. & z Where: .The y-axis is the width of the ship. from which stations are measured . from which the water planes are measured .

or Awp •A different water plane is created as you move up or down the z-axis. are measured from the x-axis • The area described by the inscribed area is called the water plane area.y M=? WATERPLANE AREAS Half Breadth distance x •0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Stations • Stations are measured along the x-axis • Half breadths. distances from centerline to the outer hull. or the depth of the ship .

41 1.85 3.81 7.72 3.94 1.07 8 10.05 10.32 11.66 10.00 0.60 2.87 10. .07 9.00 2.93 9.53 10.39 11.23 4.36 6.15 11.07 2.99 Half-Breadths from Centerline (ft) USNA YARD PATROL CRAFT TABLE OF OFFSETS STATION 2 3 4 5 6 8.92 7.39 11.65 9.97 0.84 9 10.44 11.00 6.70 10.19 10.27 10.84 10.26 WATERLINE Top of Bulwark 18' Waterline 16' Waterline 14' Waterline 12' Waterline 10' Waterline 8' Waterline 6' Waterline 4' Waterline 2' Waterline 0 3.07 11.21 9.1.67 5.09 Half Breadth Plan 12.88 5.17 10.21 11.26 11.00 Y-axis 8. The graph depicts the water plane areas from the 2nd thru 10th water planes.32 9.08 11.40 11.53 10 10.19 4.09 10.85 11.02 9.63 8.44 11.46 0.39 7.00 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10 ft w aterline 8 ft w aterline 6 ft w aterline 4 ft w aterline 2 ft w aterline Stations (x-axis) The half breadth distances can be presented in tabular form.00 10.84 9.04 3.15 8.59 10.98 10.45 10.10 10.93 10.43 6.58 0.76 10.25 0. This is for the YP.14 7.40 11.02 10.65 9. as shown here.25 4.41 9.46 11.65 6.40 11.97 8.27 10.64 10.80 0.56 9.72 10.20 8.19 10.15 11.20 2.80 10.26 5.84 10.13 9.00 4.50 10.00 - 1 7 11.56 7.

00 4.72 2.roll Half-Breadths from Centerline (ft) USNA YARD PATROL CRAFT TABLE OF OFFSETS STATION 2 3 4 5 6 WATERLINE Top of Bulwark 18' Waterline 16' Waterline 14' Waterline 12' Waterline 10' Waterline 8' Waterline 6' Waterline 4' Waterline 2' Waterline 0 1 7 8 9 10 The stations are the x-values.85 6..44 5. thus defining the water plane at that particular level .00 0.00 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 2 ft w aterline Stations (x-axis) The x.00 Y-axis 8..46 0.00 6.44 4.and y-values can be plotted.00 10. And these are the y-values for the 2 ft water plane - 0.80 Half Breadth Plan 12.00 2.39 5.

44 8.50 7.25 0.67 5.72 4.39 9.00 4.00 Y-axis 8.23 4.80 0.60 2.46 9.00 0.Half-Breadths from Centerline (ft) USNA YARD PATROL CRAFT TABLE OF OFFSETS STATION 2 3 4 5 6 WATERLINE Top of Bulwark 18' Waterline 16' Waterline 14' Waterline 12' Waterline 10' Waterline 8' Waterline 6' Waterline 4' Waterline 2' Waterline 0 1 7 8 9 10 - 1.80 8.00 10.85 9.00 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 4 ft w aterline 2 ft w aterline Stations (x-axis) The process can be repeated for the 4ft water plane.00 6.88 5.08 Half Breadth Plan 12.44 7.65 6. .27 3.00 2.…..

94 1.65 9.04 3.00 4.… .25 4.00 0.27 9.81 7.50 9.00 2.39 10.44 8.00 - 2.15 8.56 9.60 2.80 9.85 10.56 7.65 6.32 9.00 10.Half-Breadths from Centerline (ft) USNA YARD PATROL CRAFT TABLE OF OFFSETS STATION 2 3 4 5 6 WATERLINE Top of Bulwark 18' Waterline 16' Waterline 14' Waterline 12' Waterline 10' Waterline 8' Waterline 6' Waterline 4' Waterline 2' Waterline 0 1 7 8 9 10 0.00 Y-axis 8.80 0.44 10.25 0.46 10.72 6.00 6.97 8.67 5.00 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 6 ft w aterline 4 ft w aterline 2 ft w aterline Stations (x-axis) …As well as the 6 ft water plane.88 5.23 4.08 Half Breadth Plan 12.

65 9.64 10.00 10.00 2.43 6.93 10.97 8.84 10.00 - 5.15 8.65 6.00 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10 ft w aterline 8 ft w aterline 6 ft w aterline 4 ft w aterline 2 ft w aterline Stations (x-axis) …And every other water plane thereafter.65 9.00 0.56 9.66 10.97 0.80 0.21 9.56 7.39 7.19 4.25 4.07 2.25 0.08 Half Breadth Plan 12.63 8.87 10.00 Y-axis 8.00 6.Half-Breadths from Centerline (ft) USNA YARD PATROL CRAFT TABLE OF OFFSETS STATION 2 3 4 5 6 WATERLINE Top of Bulwark 18' Waterline 16' Waterline 14' Waterline 12' Waterline 10' Waterline 8' Waterline 6' Waterline 4' Waterline 2' Waterline 0 1 7 8 9 10 0.27 10.50 10.44 10.23 4.94 1.60 2.84 9.44 10.32 9.39 11.85 11.04 3.27 9.59 10.88 5. .81 7.72 8.67 5.46 0.00 4.41 9.98 10.17 10.07 9.46 10.05 10.80 10.

distances from the baseline to the hull’s outer surface. or Asection A different section is created at each station as you move along the x-axis. the ship’s length! .z SECTION AREAS Height (ft) Baseline 2 4 6 8 10 12 y 10 8 6 4 2 keel 2 4 6 8 10 Buttocks (ft) • Buttocks are measured along the y-axis • Heights. are measured along the z-axis • The area described by the inscribed area is called the section or sectional area.

USNA YARD PATROL CRAFT TABLE OF OFFSETS Heights Above Baseline.28 STATION 5 15.88 1.97 4.63 3.87 4.19 9.11 3.78 1.00 1.00 12.16 2.41 1.24 4.68 2.14 5.48 2.10 1.00 Sta 6 Sta 7 Sta 8 Sta 9 2.71 6 14.71 1.71 7.36 0.71 6.10 1.00 Sta 5 8.85 14.69 3. ft (z-axis) Buttocks (y-axis) Top of Bulwark 10' Buttock 8' Buttock 6' Buttock 4' Buttock 2' Buttock Keel 13.36 3.66 0 18.08 3.82 3.30 4.54 9 14.63 0.24 2.32 0.95 8 14.45 3.02 0.00 Sta 0 Sta 2 Sta 1 Sta 3 • Note that sections are presented in half sections due to symmetry Z-Axis 14.86 2.76 0.00 16.51 7.07 1.76 This is the height table for the YP along with the constructed sections Section Areas 18.30 2.40 1.20 9.00 16.55 2.14 10 14.59 11.49 2.53 1.65 5.52 4.79 5.10 3 16.27 3.50 1 17.65 3.00 Sta 10 0.00 -12 -10 -8 -6 -4 4 6 8 10 12 .62 2 16.73 0.00 -2 0 2 Buttocks (Y-axis) •Aft sections are on the left 6.00 •Forward sections are on the right Sta 4 10.34 7 14.75 4.71 3.00 4.09 6.24 4.82 0.97 4.77 2.09 4 15.70 11.91 3.10 2.08 3.

00 Sta 0 8.00 12.00 16.00 4.50 1 2 3 4 STATION 5 6 7 8 9 10 Here is the table data for station “0”.00 0. the keel is 6ft above the ship’s deepest baseline •Again.00 6. ft (z-axis) Buttocks (y-axis) Top of Bulwark 10' Buttock 8' Buttock 6' Buttock 4' Buttock 2' Buttock Keel 13.00 0 18.09 6.00 • Note that it is relatively small as expected since it is at the “pointy end” of the ship Z-Axis 14.00 2. only half of the section is drawn due to symmetry -12 -10 -8 -6 -4 4 6 8 10 12 . at the forward perpendicular of the ship (FP) Section Areas 18.USNA YARD PATROL CRAFT TABLE OF OFFSETS Heights Above Baseline.00 10.00 -2 0 2 Buttocks (Y-axis) •Due to the rise of the ship at the forward end.

.00 2.00 0.00 -2 0 2 Buttocks (Y-axis) -12 -10 -8 -6 -4 4 6 8 10 12 .51 7.USNA YARD PATROL CRAFT TABLE OF OFFSETS Heights Above Baseline.00 14.50 1 17.09 6.66 0 18.00 12.00 Sta 0 Z-Axis 10.00 8.00 6.36 0.And here is the table data for Station 1. the section is presented in a half section due to symmetry Section Areas 18.87 4. • Again. ft (z-axis) Buttocks (y-axis) Top of Bulwark 10' Buttock 8' Buttock 6' Buttock 4' Buttock 2' Buttock Keel 13.00 16.00 16.59 11..00 Sta 1 4.62 2 3 4 STATION 5 6 7 8 9 10 .

00 12..00 Section Areas Sta 0 14...14 5.00 4.66 0 18.09 6.00 16.And so on for Station 2.00 Sta 2 8.00 6.36 0.00 2.85 14...00 -2 0 2 Buttocks (Y-axis) Sta 1 -12 -10 -8 -6 -4 4 6 8 10 12 .59 11.USNA YARD PATROL CRAFT TABLE OF OFFSETS Heights Above Baseline.00 16.51 7.87 4.00 Z-Axis 10. ft (z-axis) Buttocks (y-axis) Top of Bulwark 10' Buttock 8' Buttock 6' Buttock 4' Buttock 2' Buttock Keel 13. 18.00 0.62 2 16.20 9.50 1 17.63 0.40 1.10 3 4 STATION 5 6 7 8 9 10 .65 3.

00 -2 0 2 Buttocks (Y-axis) -12 -10 -8 -6 -4 4 6 8 10 12 ..00 0.20 9..59 11..00 4.85 14.09 6.65 3.76 0.00 Section Areas Sta 0 Sta 2 Z-Axis 10..00 8.USNA YARD PATROL CRAFT TABLE OF OFFSETS Heights Above Baseline. ft (z-axis) Buttocks (y-axis) Top of Bulwark 10' Buttock 8' Buttock 6' Buttock 4' Buttock 2' Buttock Keel 13.09 4 STATION 5 6 7 8 9 10 .00 1.50 1 17. 18.82 3.00 12.36 0.40 1.00 16.19 9.51 7.10 3 16.00 16. Station 3.00 Sta 1 6.14 5.66 0 18.87 4.00 14.24 4.62 2 16.82 0..63 0.00 Sta 3 2.

00 4.07 1.73 0.10 3 16.36 0..00 2.24 4.USNA YARD PATROL CRAFT TABLE OF OFFSETS Heights Above Baseline.85 14.00 Section Areas As we approach amidships and the ship begins to narrow aft. Z-Axis 16.65 3.66 0 18.87 4.62 2 16.19 9.50 1 17.63 3..14 5.00 14.09 4 15.and so on.00 Sta 1 8.65 5.00 Sta 0 Sta 2 12.82 0..63 0.00 16. 18. ft (z-axis) Buttocks (y-axis) Top of Bulwark 10' Buttock 8' Buttock 6' Buttock 4' Buttock 2' Buttock Keel 13.82 3.00 -2 0 2 Buttocks (Y-axis) Sta 4 Sta 3 -12 -10 -8 -6 -4 4 6 8 10 12 .24 2.51 7.59 11.20 9.00 10.76 0.09 6.32 0. And for Station 4.00 0.00 6.. it makes sense to show them on the other side of the body plan.00 1.40 1.28 STATION 5 6 7 8 9 10 .

65 5.00 6.69 3.53 1.82 0.00 -2 0 2 Buttocks (Y-axis) Sta 6 Sta 7 Sta 8 Sta 9 -12 -10 -8 -6 -4 4 6 8 10 12 .50 1 17.36 3.40 1. Section Areas 18.77 2.16 2.11 3. as the remaining stations are plotted.00 4.10 1.87 4.62 2 16.52 4. ft (z-axis) Buttocks (y-axis) Top of Bulwark 10' Buttock 8' Buttock 6' Buttock 4' Buttock 2' Buttock Keel 13.10 3 16.55 2.54 9 14.00 14.71 6.68 2.97 4.32 0.19 9.00 16.65 3.79 5.27 3.USNA YARD PATROL CRAFT TABLE OF OFFSETS Heights Above Baseline.36 0.34 7 14.71 3.24 4.30 4.00 Sta 5 8.95 8 14.00 1.76 0.59 11.71 1.51 7.63 3.09 6.24 4.63 0.24 2.30 2.09 4 15.76 Finally.97 4.75 4.86 2.91 3.41 1.10 1.10 2.08 3.07 1.00 Sta 4 Sta 0 Sta 2 Sta 1 Sta 3 Z-Axis 10.08 3.20 9.71 7.00 16.66 0 18.00 12.82 3.14 10 14.45 3.85 14.88 1.71 6 14.78 1. the resulting body plan for all sections looks like this.49 2.02 0.00 Sta 10 0.48 2.70 11.28 STATION 5 15.14 5.00 2.73 0.

Water planes are laid out on the z-axis z y x . remember your axis labels and what they represent: • x-axis represents the length of the ship. Buttocks are laid out on the y-axis • z-axis represents the height. or depth of the ship. or breadth of the ship. Stations are laid out on the x-axis • y-axis represents the width.In summary.

Looking at y and z axes. y Half Breadth distance z 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 x Buttocks (ft) Height (ft) y Stations …you’ll see the water plane areas …you’ll see the section areas .. the different areas of the ship are obtained by viewing different combinations of axes: Looking at x and y axes. or looking DOWN into the ship….And finally. or looking at the ship from the ends…..