Windage Area of AMHS Ferries Sample Clauses

Windage Area of AMHS Ferries. The longitudinal and lateral windage areas of the AMHS ferries modeled for northbound and southbound transits are given in Table 5.5. Wind forces and moments were modeled using methods set forth for ferries in Reference 4. TABLE 5.5 WINDAGE AREAS OF AMHS FERRIES Ship % of Transits LWL (feet) Draft (feet) Longitudinal Windage Area (square feet) Lateral Windage Area (square feet) Xxxxxx/LeConte 0.67% 216 13.67 2,542 8,478 Taku 0.13% 327 17.00 4,015 15,377 Malaspina 0.01% 383 16.83 4,027 18,531 Matanuska 0.10% 384 17.17 4,002 18,356 Columbia 0.05% 392 17.51 5,312 21,521 Kennicott 0.04% 366 17.50 5,780 22,430 LWL = Length at water line; AMHS = Alaska Marine Highway System
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