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S. flag vessels. This reference also provides alternative means for achieving compliance with stability requirements including ballasting, overstowing of cargo, use of saucers, bundling of bulk grain, strapping or lashing, securement with wire meshes, temporary longitudinal division, and self-trimming holds with sloping longitudinal bulkheads. 15 Suspended Cargo or Weight. In some cases, an item of cargo is suspended from a point above its CG. This method of stowage calls for special correction in the calA weight suspended from a boom is a simiculation of lar case and serves as a convenient explanatory example.
The IMO has developed a "Model Loading and Stability Manual" (IMO, 1999). 1 Evaluation of Stability Based Upon GM and GZ Curves. 9, stability is often evaluated approximately based on metacentric height alone, without the benefit of a complete righting arm curve. This is equivalent to assuming that the righting arm curve has the form of a sine curve because it is assumed that the righting arm is equal to m s i n &. For ships with large freeboard and the type of form that produces a righting arm curve concave upward near the origin, this practice is usually safe but may result in underestimation of the ship's stability.
Applying with normal tankage, the effect of free liquid on trim is the free-surface correction computed using the 5 degree so small that it is often ignored. Its magnitude is small moment of transference calculation as a correction to the in comparison to the assumption in the formula for morighting arm curve leads to the curve labeled "GZ" in Fig. ment to trim 1 em, described in Section 3, so that the CG 46, whereas the direct calculation of the shift in CG of the is at the same height as the center of buoyancy.