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Imagine throwing a small weighted stone at a wall. When throwing the stone, the force that is applied to it is perhaps not so big (small acceleration). When the stone hits the wall, it will stop instantly. The deceleration is high, resulting in a high impact force. Therefore, the force applied by the stone to the wall is bigger than the force applied by the hand to the stone.
How about you sitting on a chair? The gravity force, which is in downwards direction, is compensated by the upward force of the chair and the upward force under your feet. You don’t go up or down. You stay at the same location.
Add a point load or distributed load to the loading condition.
The advanced users will prefer working with this GUI as it takes care of the file handling. Via this backdoor the Command Screen is opened again and all options GHS offers are available again.
Indicate what type of tanks you want to see.
The command for defining grounding points is not always easy to understand. This menu makes it easy.
Change the allowable longitudinal bending moment and shear limits.
Quickly create a report using tick boxes.
Various options for file handling
Tools to work quickly to a known condition.
Type directly a GHS command while staying in the Load Editor environment.
Manual input will be overruled and output from draft sensors will be used. This turns the Load-Editor into a Load-Master. Ballasting can be logged as well as the load changes during loading and off-loading operations.
Check barge and vessel stability against various stability rules.