Results of Navigation Posture Analysis

The numerical analysis results for the port posture are summarized and indicated below. Here, in the Trim value, a positive (+) value indicates a stern trim. In addition, the Sinkage value is a solid line value, and when the hull in the integer is based on 0, a negative (-) value indicates the sinking of the hull. As a result of numerical analysis of the navigation posture, it is confirmed that the stern trim gradually increases as the speed increases, and then the stern trim gradually decreases after showing a 2.23 deg stern trim at 14knots. In addition, the hull subsides up to -6.86cm until 11knots, but gradually rises as the speed increases, and at 20knots, it is confirmed that it rises more among the integers.

Trim /deg / 0.37 / 0.67 / 1.63 / 2.23 / 2.17 / 1.93

SinkageS / cm / -1.16 / -3.26 / -6.86 / -5.92 / -2.32 / +1.73

5Knots
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14Knots
8Knots
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17Knots
11Knots
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20Knots