RE-DESIGN MV. SIRENA UNTUK MEMENUHI STABILITAS SESUAI STANDARD IMO

manik, Parlindungan (2009) RE-DESIGN MV. SIRENA UNTUK MEMENUHI STABILITAS SESUAI STANDARD IMO. Kapal . ISSN ISSN 1829 - 8370

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The vessel of MV. SIRENA is Landing Craft Tank vessel type ( LCT). This vessel is to provide the transportation of movable payload like car and also able to be used as transportation of general cargo. LCT have deck continued entirety of ship length. Because level of wide of deck, and comparison of length and wide is less ideal ship, This LCT vessel have unfavourable stability character. For example at tank compartment under double bottom where liquid payload make a move from left side to ship right side or on the contrary, can cause free surface effect. This matter can be considered to be + weight influencing stability arm of the ship. Even ship with this type of earning losing of the stability of swiftly if water in most lower decks after happened leakage of bulkhead or hull or car entrance resulting big free surface effect. Re-Design MV. SIRENA aim to know ship stability characteristic, is so that known the condition of most critical loading of ship and is hereinafter will make the better of stability so that fulfill stability according to standard of IMO. As for way or method which selected in improve better stability of MV. SIRENA is added bulkhead of Fuel Oil tank and Fresh Water tank. Is hereinafter done the calculation of stability by using software Maxsurf release 12.04. From result of calculation ship stability after added of bulkhead of Fuel oil and freshwater tank is found better result of that critical condition at Load Case VIII at the value of angle maximum GZ equal to 9.8% and equal to 7.14% at Load Case IV and IX and also to the overall of loading condition is found better of value at angle of maximum GZ equal to 7,78%. Keyword : MV. SIRENA, Landing Craft Tank, Stability

Item Type:Article
Subjects:V Naval Science > VM Naval architecture. Shipbuilding. Marine engineering
Divisions:Faculty of Engineering > Department of Naval Architecture Engineering
Faculty of Engineering > Department of Naval Architecture Engineering
ID Code:5503
Deposited By:Mr. Perkapalan Admin
Deposited On:26 Jan 2010 09:18
Last Modified:26 Jan 2010 09:18

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