Exercise 1: Density and relative density.
Exercise 2: Water pressure.
Exercise 3: Flotation .
Exercise 4: Some important terms – displacement; deadweight; form coefficient; reserve buoyancy; Tonnes per centimetre.
Exercise 5: Effect of density on draft and displacement – FWA ; DWA ; loadliness of ship.
Exercise 6: Centre of gravity – definition ; factor affecting its position ; shift of COG of a ship splitting into three components.
Exercise 7: Final KG – GG1 formula and its limitation to one weight at a weight at a tme ; moments by kneel .
Exercise 8: Centre of buoyancy – definition ; indication of its postion by KB, AB or HB; KB of ships of various shapes.
Exercise 9: Transverse statical stability – list , heel; their relation to COG and COB; transverse shift of B; metacentric height ; righting moment for both, small and large angle of heel.
Exercise 10: Equilibrium of ships – stable equilibrium ; unstable equilibrium ; neutral equilibrium.
Exercise 11: More about unstable equilibrium — angle of loll ; behaviour of vessel at angle of loll.
Exercise 12 : Free surface effect – general explanation ; free surface correction (FSC); solid GM ; fluid GM; calculation of FSC ; effect of tank-breadth on FSC .
Exercise 13 : List – explanation of factor causing list ; problem based on the same.
Exercise 14: Stiff and tender vessels.
Exercise 15: Staility of vessel with deck cargo of timer.
Exercise 16: Hyrostatic curves — curves of displacement, deadweight, TPC, KB, KMT ,KML, AB , AF & MCTC.
Exercise 17: Hydrostatic table – problem based on the same.
Exercise 18: Hydrostatic draft – what it is ; problem based on same.