400 GHS Basic Hydrostatics
This gets into the core calculations of GHS for basic hydrostatics. All other aspects of stability analysis build on the commands used in basic hydrostatics.
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410 GHS Draft and Trim
Introduces how to specify drafts, trims and heel in GHS. Also covers how to report this information back out. There are multiple methods for specifying draft. Same for trim. This video covers all those various methods.
Practice the various methods to specify draft and trim. Includes homework and solution.
420 GHS Weight
Introduces all the various ways to specify weights in GHS. Light ship weight, fixed weights, and tank weights. Includes the multiple ways to specify tank fill levels. Also explains several different options for achieving equilibrium.
Practices adding various weight items to a vessel. Defines a light ship weight, as a single weight item. Also adds a fixed weight item. And a few tank loads. Finally develops a departure loading condition. In this condition, you add a few weight items, and then set a specified draft, trim, and heel. You then load the tanks to equalize with this specified condition. Includes homework and solution.
430 GHS Status Command
Dives into detail about the GHS status command. All the various ways that you can use the status command, and how to filter the information returned from the status command.
Practice the various incarnations of the status command. Master all the various filters you can apply.
440 GHS Hydrostatics
You run the hydrostatics command and columns of numbers pour out. But what do each of those columns mean? This tutorial covers each of the outputs from the hydrostatics commands. Also covers the various ways that you can customize the hydrostatics output to provide exactly what you want.
Explore the various uses of the GHS command and the cross curves command.
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