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Assignment No 1 Lines plan, coefficients curves ,FWA, DWA of form, TPC, Displacement

4. A box-shaped vessel floats at a mean draft of 2.1 metres, in dock water of density 1020 kg per cu. m. Find the mean draft for the same mass displacement in salt water of density 1025 kg per cubic metre. 5. (a) Define `coefficient of fineness of the water-plane'. (b) The length of a ship at the waterline is 100 m, the maximum beam is 15 m, and the coefficient of fineness of the water-plane is 0.8. Find the TPC at this draft. 6. (a) Define `block coefficient of fineness of displacement'. (b) A ship's length at the waterline is 120m when floating on an even keel at a draft of 4.5 m. The maximum beam is 20 m. If the ship's block coefficient is 0.75, find the displacement in tonnes at this draft in salt water.

7. A ship is 150m long, has 20m beam, load draft 8m, light draft 3m. The block coefficient at the load draft is 0.766, and at the light draft is 0.668. Find the ship's deadweight. 8. A ship 120m long,15m beam has a block coefficient of 0.700 and is floating at the load draft of 7m in fresh water. Find how much more cargo can be loaded if the ship is to float at the same draft in salt water. 9. A ship 100m long, 15m beam, and 12m deep, is floating on an even keel at a draft of 6 m, block coefficient 0.8. The ship is floating in salt water. Find the cargo to discharge so that the ship will float at the same draft in fresh water. 10 A ship's lifeboat is 10m long, 3m beam, and 1.5m deep. Find the number of persons which may be carried. 7 A ship's lifeboat measures 10m_2.5m_1m. Find the number of persons which may be carried. 11. (a) From the following information construct a displacement curve: Displacement (tonnes) 376 736 1352 2050 3140 4450 Mean draft (m) 1 2 3 4 5 6 (b) From this curve find the displacement at a draft of 2.3 m. (c) If this ship floats at 2.3m mean draft and then loads 850 tonnes of cargo nd discharges 200 tonnes of cargo, find the new mean draft. (d) Find the approximate TPC at 2.5m mean draft. 12. The following information is taken from a ship's displacement scale: Displacement (tonnes) 335 1022 1949 2929 3852 4841 Mean draft (m) 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 (a) Construct the displacement curve for this ship and from it nd the draft when the displacement is 2650 tonnes. (b) If this ship arrived in port with a mean draft of 3.5 m, discharged her cargo, loaded 200 tonnes of bunkers, and completed with a mean draft of 2m, find how much cargo she discharged. (c) Assuming that the ship's light draft is 1 m, find the deadweight when the ship is floating in salt water at a mean draft of 1.75 m. 13. (a) From the following information construct a displacement curve: Displacement (tonnes) 320 880 1420 2070 2800 3680 Draft (m) 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 (b) If this ship's light draft is 1.1 m, and the load draft 3.5 m, find the deadweight. (c) If the vessel had on board 300 tonnes of cargo, 200 tonnes of ballast, and 60 tonnes of fresh water and stores, what would be the salt water mean draft.

14. A ship displaces 7500 cu.m of water of density 1000 kg per cu. m. Find the displacement in tonnes when the ship is floating at the same draft in water of density 1015 kg per cu. m. 15. When floating in fresh water at a draft of 6.5m a ship displaces 4288 tonnes. Find the displacement when the ship is floating at the same draft in water of density 1015 kg per cu. m. 16. A box-shaped vessel 24m_6m_3m displaces 150 tonnes of water. Find the draft when the vessel is floating in salt water. 17. A box-shaped vessel draws 7.5m in dock water of density 1006 kg per cu. m. Find the draft in salt water of density 1025 kg per cu. m. 18. The KB of a rectangular block which is floating in fresh water is 50 cm. Find the KB in salt water. 19. A ship is lying at the mouth of a river in water of density 1024 kg per cu.m and the displacement is 12 000 tonnes. The ship is to proceed up river and to berth in dock water of density 1008 kg per cu.m with the same draft as at present. Find how much cargo must be discharged. 20. A ship arrives at the mouth of a river in water of density 1016 kg per cu.m with a freeboard of 'S' m. She then discharges 150 tonnes of cargo, and proceeds up river to a second port, consuming 14 tonnes of bunkers. When she arrives at the second port the freeboard is again `S' m., the density of the water being 1004 kg per cu. m. Find the ship's displacement on arrival at the second port. 21. A ship loads in fresh water to her salt water marks and proceeds along a river to a second port consuming 20 tonnes of bunkers. At the second port, where the density is 1016 kg per cu. m, after 120 tonnes of cargo have been loaded, the ship is again at the load salt water marks. Find the ship's load displacement in salt water. 22. A ship's draft is 6.40 metres forward, and 6.60 metres aft. FWA . 180 mm. Density of the dock water is 1010 kg per cu. m. If the load mean draft in salt water is 6.7 metres, find the final drafts F and A in dock water if this ship is to be loaded down to her marks and trimmed 0.15 metres by the stern. (Centre of flotation is amidships).

23. A ship floating in dock water of density 1005 kg per cu.m has the lower edge of her Summer load line in the waterline to starboard and 50mm above the waterline to port. FWA 175mm and TPC 12 tonnes. Find the amount of cargo which can yet be loaded in order to bring the ship to the load draft in salt water. 24. A ship is floating at 8 metres mean draft in dock water of relative density 1.01. TPC . 15 tonnes, and FWA . 150 mm. The maximum permissible draft in salt water is 8.1 m. Find the amount of cargo yet to load. 25. A ship's light displacement is 3450 tonnes and she has on board 800 tonnes of bunkers. She loads 7250 tonnes of cargo, 250 tonnes of bunkers, and 125 tonnes of fresh water. The ship is then found to be 75mm from the load draft. TPC, 12 tonnes. Find the ship's deadweight and load displacement. 26. A ship has a load displacement of 5400 tonnes, TPC . 30 tonnes. If she loads to the Summer load line in dock water of density 1010 kg per cu. m, find the change in draft on entering salt water of density 1025 kg per cu. m. 27. A ship's FWA is 160 mm, and she is oating in dock water of density 1012 kg per cu. m. Find the change in draft when she passes from dock water to salt water. Answers to problems

4. (b) 12.3 tonnes 5. (b) 8302.5 tonnes 6. 12 681.3 tonnes 7. 221 tonnes 8. 180 tonnes 9. 95 10. 53 11. (b) 920 tonnes (c) 3.3m (d) 6.16 tonnes 12. (a) 2.375m (b) 3092 tonnes (c) 1125 tonnes 13. (b) 3230 tonnes(c) 1.625m 14. 7 612.5 tonnes 15. 4352 tonnes 16. 1.016m 17. 7.361m 18. 0.4875m 19. 187.5 tonnes 20. 13721.3tonnes 21. 6 406.25 tonnes 22. 6.733m F 6.883m A 23. 228 tonnes 24. 285 tonnes 25. (a) 8515 tonnes (b) 11 965 tonnes 26. 27mm 27. 83.2mm