THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTACT STABILITY CRITERIA: THE WORK ON SMALL SHIP UP TO 24 M OPERATE IN INDONESIAN WATERWAYS Tahun 2019
Recently, the IMO 2008 Intact Stability (IS) Code has been widely used to ensure the safe operation of the ship by
measuring ship stability leveland other meausres. This code contains stability criteria that applicable to the vessels with
24 m in length and above. The criteria has been adopted by Flag Administrator and as well as its Recognized
Organization (RO). This 2008 IS code was developed since 1993, however, in some cases, the ships less than 24 meter
(small ship) meet that her stability level are not complied with IS code stability criteria. It is assumed that is caused by
differences of hull shape compared to typical large ship, and these make small ship more sensitive to its stability and
seakeeping. Furthermore, it is needed to clarify the phenomena on the small ship. In this work, the seakeeping
characteristics of small ship and its relate stability level will analyze. The number of small ship data are compiled and
used in the numerical analysis to derive the stability level from its seakeeping performa. Thus, the results are compared
with stability criteria of the reference’s requirements.
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