DRAFT SURVEY – Ship weighing

AUDIENCE CONCERNED

Surveyor

PREREQUISITES

None

OBJECTIVES

Acquire knowledge of vessel stability for loading and unloading.

DURATION

4 days/ 24 hours session

PROGRAM

Ship theory (definitions and general theorems)

  • Archimedes principle; displacement.
  • Definitions of perpendiculars, draughts, plate.
  • Isohull flotation, Euler’s theorem.
  • Surface and curves F; longitudinal differential metacenter.
  • Documents: studies and use of hydrostatic tables available to the master of a vessel
  • Brief description of a vessel
  • Notions of hull fatigue

Study of the determination of the displacement of a ship by reading draughts

  • Determination of draughts; correction of draughts
  • Scaling
  • Correction of arc or counter-arc
  • Drills

Calculation of the displacement and position of the vessel’s centre of gravity from hydrostatic tables with a non-zero difference

  • Case of significant draught differences
  • Calculation of the overall weight on board or off board
  • Uncertainties on results, taking into account uncertainties on draughts and water density
  • Application exercises

PLACE OF THE INTERNSHIP

ENSM Site de Saint-Malo – 4 rue de la victoire – 35400 SAINT-MALO

FRAMING

ENSM Stakeholders

FINAL EXAMINATION

Written, practical and oral exams

CERTIFICATE FOR THE ISSUE OF A STCW CERTIFICATE

Yes.

The training certificates are dematerialized, and accessible directly on your sailor portal as soon as the successful follow-up of the training.
These certificates have a validity of 12 months, period allowing you, via the appropriate CERFA, to renew your certificates with Maritime Affairs.

CERTIFICATION/ATTESTATION RATE

The certification/attestation rate for this internship is 100%

CERTIFICATION/ATTESTATION RATE

The certification/attestation rate for this internship is 100%

RATES

880€