What is Block Coefficient (CB) of a ship?

The block coefficient (CB) of a ship is the ratio of the underwater volume of a ship to the volume of the circumscribing block.

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Since the ship’s volume of displacement is less than the volume of displacement of the surrounding block, the value of CB must always be less than 1.00.

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