Ocean Construction Platform SEACON Trim & Stability Manual.
NAVAL FACILITIES ENGINEERING COMMAND WASHINGTON DC CHESAPEAKE DIV
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The Ocean Construction Barge SEACON was originally constructed as a U.S. NaVY YFNB barge of World War II vintage, then later acquired by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and converted to a special purpose barge. The Navy reacquired the barge and converted it once again for its present functional purpose of supporting the Naval Facilities Engineering Command in ocean construction projects. This conversion involved the addition of diesel propulsion engines, Voith-Scneider cycloidal propulsors, and extensive redesign of the interior arrangements and superstructure. The barge was renamed SEACON. Contents Example Loading Condition Calculation Hydrostatic Curves Cross Curves of Stability Tank Arrangement Minimum Required GM Capacity Table Trim Heel as a Function of Crane Loading Position Summary of Conditions Loading Conditions Appendices Tank Tables Curves of Statical Stability Calculation Wind Heeling Arm Tables Light Ship Weight Estimate References.
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