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Principles of Stability for Boaters and Marine Engineers

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Principles of Stability for Boaters and Marine Engineers
Free Download Principles of Stability for Boaters and Marine Engineers
Published 9/2023
Created by Christopher D. Nolan
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 15 Lectures ( 1h 18m ) | Size: 1.7 GB

Understanding what keeps ships floating upright, so that you don't have a bad day on the water!
What you'll learn
Understand the relationship between the center of gravity and the center of buoyancy.
Understand the righting moment and its impacts on stability.
Define traits that make stability better or worse.
Be prepared for maritime regulatory exams regarding stability.
No experience is required however an understanding of boats will help.
Keep floating! This course is for recreational boaters, sailors, or professional mariners looking to increase their understanding of ship stability principles and how to keep a boat or ship safely stable on the water. In the course we will discuss the key points on a vessel such as the center of gravity and the center of buoyancy, as well as the relationship of righting arm to stability of a vessel. We'll discuss the metacenter and common stability indicators such as GM. In addition, we'll learn about common actions that make stability better or worse on boats. We'll also review certain key elements which often appear on professional examinations including several practice problems and solutions. Using video and whiteboard lectures, this course will give you a better understanding of why ships remain upright in the water, and how they are impacted by shifting weights, wind, and seas. As an end result, you will better understand heeling, listing, and rolling period of vessels as indicators of stability. This course is produced by Practical Navigator Training, an approved Coast Guard maritime training provider in the United States, and the instructor is Capt. Chris Nolan, a licensed mariner and tall ship captain with over 20 years of seagoing experience.
Who this course is for
This course is for recreational boaters as well as junior ship engineers, or any professional mariner looking for a refresher on ship stability.

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