HNC/Ad Certificate Stability Course Information Estimated Time: At your own pace Categories: HNC/Ad Certificate Stability, Hydrostatic, Longitudinal, OOW Stability, Quiz, Transverse Course Instructor Philip Ashton Author HNC/Ad Certificate Stability Monthly Membership £7.50 per month MEMBER PRICING HNC/Ad Certificate Stability Introduction HNC/Ad Certificate Stability Specifically designed for students preparing for HNC/AdC Stability, or for students wishing to regain knowledge before preparing for OOW SQA exams. Hydrostatics Hydrostatic Definitions Hydrostatics Formula Weight Buoyancy and Density Hydrometer and Density Coefficients TPC Using Hydrostatics load/discharge Interpolation Hydrostatics with dock water desnity Ship dimensions and draft marks Load Lines and Zones FWA and DWA Total sinkage examples Converting TPC complete examples loading and discharging calculations involving Freeboard Sample Hydrostatic Questions Copy of Questions 1-16 Question 1 answer Question 2 answer Question 3 answer Question 4 answer Question 5 answer Question 6 answer Question 7 answer Question 8 answer Question 9 answer Question 10 answer Question 11 answer Question 12 answer Question 13 answer Question 14 answer Question 15 answer Question 16 answer Transverse Transverse Definitions Transverse formula to use Buoyancy, Gravity, movement of ‘G’ Single weight calculations Multiple weights loaded, discharged, moved Moving weight using ships gear KM and GM Buoyancy-movement of ‘B’ GZ-Righting Lever theory GZ-Righting Moments-MSS-calculations Equilibrium-stable-neutral-unstable Free Surface Effect-theory Free Surface Effect-calculations List theory Maximum List-loading single weight Maximum List-discharging single weight Maximum List-single weight involving free surface moments Transfer weight to get ship upright Maximum List-loading two weights Calculating Initial Listing Moments Maximum List involving several weights Loading weight to finish upright Factors changing angle of List Establishing Kg of ballast loaded or discharged Theory-Movement of ‘G’ when using crane/derrick on board Theory-Moving a weight on board ship Theory-crane/derrick moving weight on board Theory-loading weight using crane/derrick on board Theory-discharging weight using crane/derrick on board List explained List and Loll theory Correcting Loll with subdivided tank Correcting Loll using three tanks Loading to correct negative initial GM GZ Curves-theory GZ Curves-stiff and tender vessels GZ curve-Loll-Negative Initial GM GZ Curve-List GZ curve-Zero GM-Neutral Stability Sample Transverse Questions Questions 1-20 Question 1 Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Question 5 Question 6 Question 7 Question 8 Question 9 Question 10 Question 11 Question 12 Question 13 Question 14 Question 15 Question 16 Question 17 Question 18 Question 19 Question 20 Longitudinal Longitudinal Definitions Longitudinal Formula Trim, LBP, LOA LCB,LCG,LCF True mean Draft Trim 1 Trim 2 Initial information to solve Calculating initial LCG LCF position Methodology solving problem Interpolation Complete Longitudinal problem Change of trim overall problems moving weight to change trim of aft draft Sample Logitudinal Questions Longitudinal Questions 1-9 Question 1 Question 2 Question 3 Question 4 Question 5 Question 6 Question 7 Question 8 Question 9 New Lesson New Lesson New Lesson