The Hydrostatics module provides
a comprehensive toolkit of naval
architectural assessment routines,
including the calculation of
hydrostatics, tank calibrations,
trim tables, loading conditions,
loading and discharging
sequences, intact and damage
stability, critical KGs, longitudinal
strength, inclining experiment,
freeboard, floodable length,
tonnage and launching.
Particularly sophisticated routines
are included for damage stability
assessment, using both
deterministic and probabilistic
methodology, as well as more
specialised calculations covering
grain stability, water on deck, and
so on. The latest SOLAS
probabilistic stability regulations
for both passenger and cargo ships
Comprehensive graphical and
tabular output is available
throughout, in a form directly
applicable to obtaining both
owner and regulatory approval for
a new design, and for use in
standard documentation such as
tender responses, stability
booklets and damage stability
A significant feature of the
analysis module is that the overall
process is, itself, report format
oriented. Reports can also be
exported in HTML or XML format to
enable further customisation by
• General particulars.
• Tankplan and loading diagram.
• Definition of openings, strength
• Lightweight definition.
• Container arrangement.
• Visibility check.
• Tank calibrations.
• Grain calibrations and
permissible grain moments.
• Hydrostatics, cross curves,
sectional area curves and
• Trim tables.
• Intact and damaged stability
with critical KGs.
• Probabilistic stability
assessment according to SOLAS
old and new regulations.
• Continuous flooding simulation.
• Loading conditions with stability
and longitudinal strength.
• Tonnage measurement,
freeboard, floodable length and
• Static and dynamic launching
• Inclining experiment analysis." alt="" />