Windage Area of Large Cruise Ships Sample Clauses

Windage Area of Large Cruise Ships. The longitudinal and lateral windage areas of the large cruise ships modeled for northbound transits are given in Table 4.7 and for cruise ships modeled for southbound transits in Table 4.8. Wind forces and moments were modeled using methods set forth for cruise ships in Reference 4. TABLE 4.7 WINDAGE AREAS OF NORTHBOUND LARGE CRUISE SHIPS Transits (square feet) N-1 10.64% 858 26.25 20,262 114,322 N-2 3.19% 713 26.33 11,303 69,972 N-3 1.06% 870 26.00 12,918 99,038 N-4 9.57% 781 25.50 13,994 87,196 N-5 27.66% 773 26.58 12,918 98,499 N-6 9.57% 826 25.25 13,456 97,961 N-7 29.79% 648 25.26 9,958 69,972 N-8 8.51% 807 27.20 21,221 125,518 Ship I.D. % of Northbound LWL
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