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Paper presented at the SNAME 15th Chesapeake Sailing Yacht Symposium, January 26, 2001
Paper Number: SNAME-CSYS-2001-014
... of wind tunnel and towing tank tests. It is hoped that the paper will be of assistance in directing others in their assessment of multihull safety, and will provide a technical basis for further discussion of the subject. stability incident trimaran tank test assistance catamaran multihull...
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Paper presented at the SNAME 12th Chesapeake Sailing Yacht Symposium, January 27–28, 1995
Paper Number: SNAME-CSYS-1995-008
... that a composite mast can mast construction. This applii:ation to masts is be designed at nearly the same factor of safety as due to the lighter weight possible by using an aluminum mast. composites such as carbon fiber/epoxy that have higher stiffness-to-weight ratiJS than the NOTATION traditional aluminum...
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Paper presented at the SNAME 6th Chesapeake Sailing Yacht Symposium, January 15, 1983
Paper Number: SNAME-CSYS-1983-007
... air ocean racing, and colored to some degree by my training as a Civil Engineer. As a starting point we sought to determine actual loadings that occur on a hull and then organise a structure capable of resisting these loads with whatever factors of safety are appropriate. Other influencing factors...
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Paper presented at the SNAME 2nd Chesapeake Sailing Yacht Symposium, January 18, 1975
Paper Number: SNAME-CSYS-1975-010
... a dream because of lack of flotation space in sailboat hulls that are already volume critical, as compared with similar length power boats. It is hoped that few low density materials, as available, and arrangement considerations in the original design will make his safety feature a reality. boat...

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