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volume properties 2 weeks 6 days ago #5788

  • mergoet
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I just realized this hull.
Hydrostatic calculations give no results for the properties of the volume.
Why ?

I use free version.

thank you for your reply

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volume properties 1 day 15 hours ago #5804

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Hi Mergoet,
I think you will find the issue lies with the points on the centre line. The y value should be "0" otherwise you will have a leak and the hydrostatic calcs will not work.
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volume properties 16 hours 38 minutes ago #5807

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Salud eoc'h, Mergoet, et bienvenu à bord!

Providence is probably right, It can happen that the Y coordinate along the plane of symmetry may be very close to "0" but not exactly "0", and this creates a leaking point and the volume is not considered as closed.
It may happen, too, that the volume's top is not closed (by a deck), or the topping is not well closed (Note: if your ship has no deck, or if there's a hatchway, you must close it, even if it's just with a transparent tarpaulin).

When you're in WIREFRAME display, there's a button enabled to get an other kind of display: "LEAKING POINTS". It highlights the breaches in your model.

Ken ar c'hentañ!
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