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Below are some examples of how the library can be used, along with other libraries and custom scripts.
- Ship Motions
- Fuel Consumption
- Hydrostatics and Stability
- 3D Visualizations and General Arrangement
- Ship Specification
- Credited Libraries
- Object Visualization
- Object Weight and CG
- Load a Vessel Specification
- Hull Definition and Hydrostatics
- Even simpler version.
- Simpler version of the above demo.
- Many ships in still water.
- A 3D ship made from a ship specification, moving with waves in a regular wave ocean. Motion calculated with closed-form expressions.
- Many ships in a regular wave ocean. Motion calculated with closed-form expressions.
- Convert a ship specification into input files for strip theory analyses.
- Pendulum motion of load hanging from an A-frame.
- Pendulum motion of load hanging from an A-frame in ship subject to regular waves.
- 6DOF vessel model solved with equations of motion.
- Side by side operation with mooring lines.
- Side by side operation with one platform and two vessels.
- Simple barge motion example with coefficients calculated from WAMIT.
- Visualization of side to side operation with a platform and one vessel.
- Simple example with vessel linked to a fixed platform.
- Estimation of fuel consumption of vessel sailing through a certain path and wave pattern.
- Evaluation of vessel suitability for a given operating region based on the fuel consumption in transit.
Hydrostatics and Stability
- Comparison of hydrostatics and stability results between top-down and bottom-up approaches.
- Simulation of draft and GM during cargo loading in a simple barge.
- Simulation of draft and GM during cargo loading and ballast unloading.
- Comparison between manual and automatic calculations on a very simple ship.
- This app calculates hydrostatic properties of a hull, with a slider to control the draft.
- Calculation of ship stability properties with configurable cargo blocks.
3D Visualizations and General Arrangement
- Orthographic views of each deck of a ship.
- A 3D visualization of the provided ship specification, along with the specification data in a format with expand and collapse.
- Create a new ship specification by linearly scaling a parent one.
- Demo about web-simulations from the ECMS conference paper.
- A fullscreen 3D visualization of an example ship specification (based on Ulstein PX121).
- Some calculations on a test specification partially based on an Ulstein vessel.
- Very simple test of changing tank fullness with a slider to see change of draft.
- A field by field comparison, to verify library calculations.
- A field by field comparison of different hull weight estimation methods.
Some of the libraries used to develop the examples.