Seakeeping Assessment of a Type 300 "ARUN" SAR Cutter: CCGC BICKERTON
Documents the trials procedures, data analysis, and results from a series of on-board trials conducted to determine the seakeeping characteristics of Canadian Coast Guard search and rescue vessels. Specific objectives were to measure motion characteristics of a Type 300 search and rescue cutter in extreme sea conditions. The trials were conducted on the vessel Bickerton in March 1994 off Port Bickerton, Nova Scotia, and acquired seakeeping data in distinct sea states over a range of headings and aspects.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.