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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 12, December 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Stability Of Redesigned Hull Line Of Manado Prototype Purse Seine Vessel

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AUTHOR(S)

Revols D.Ch. Pamikiran, Kawilarang W.A. Masengi, Frangky E. Kaparang, Heffry V. Dien, Silvester B. Pratasik

 

KEYWORDS

static stability, dynamic stability, vessel, purse seine.

 

ABSTRACT

This study was aimed at knowing the effect of redesigned hull line of small purse-seiner on the vessel stability. Data inputs and simulation employed Maxsurf modeller Advanced and Maxsurf Stability Enterprice applications. Results showed different stability value of the vessel with new hull line from the prototype one that also met the standard stability of International Maritime Organization (IMO). Moreover, increase in vessel stability value occurred in the redesigned hull line of PKU-4 compared with that of the prototype vessel, PKU-1, and the redesigned vessel hull line of PKU-2 and PKU-3. This finding confirms that the hull line of Manado prototype purse seiner could be improved in order to have better stability.

 

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