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Old 10-09-2019, 15:55   #16
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Re: Longtitudinal Centre of Gravity for Ship Cargo

Hi Robert

There are an enormous amount a Solutions Manuals online so I'll see what I can do to locate the one we want.

Regarding the boat that capsized can that be put back upright by "re-ballasting" or something like that? (Maybe tugs/anchors?)

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Old 10-09-2019, 16:45   #17
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Hi Rob

There are any amount of Solution Manuals for the textbook
Solution of problems in fluid mechanics / [by] John F. Douglas : [in 2 parts].

https://trove.nla.gov.au/work/168603...7434+231337520

Now all we have to do is find one online and I most certainly have not given up on possibility.

I viewed your Cruising Forum Profile to try to find out where you live but it is blank. Are you based in the US of A ? Maybe Australia? If I knew that then maybe we can find a copy in a library close to you?

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Old 10-09-2019, 21:44   #18
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There's plenty of Solution of problems in fluid mechanics / [by] John F. Douglas. on eBay

https://www.ebay.com.au/sch/i.html?_...s%5D.&_sacat=0

Here is one at AbeBooks for $US6.58 (They have X10 copies)
https://www.abebooks.com/servlet/Boo...john%2Bdouglas

Here is an online copy you can download (but I think you have to register)
https://www.academia.edu/29220616/Fl...John_F.Douglas

I don't have a lot of time available but if you scan down here you may well find a copy of the Solutions Manual online

https://www.google.com/search?sxsrf=...YRfC6gQ4dUDCAc
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Old 10-09-2019, 22:01   #19
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What is the link to get the free Fluid Mechanics Solution Manual ...

https://www.quora.com › What-is-the-link-to-get-the-free-Fluid-Mechanics...

Sep 25, 2017 - In need of any book(.pdf) relating to any subject/field or topic? Go to your browser and type: PDF Drive - Search and download PDF files for free ...Where can I find a free manual solution of Fluid ...
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Where can I get Irodov's Solution PDF for free? - Quora
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Maybe it is in the 5th edition?
https://www.brijrbedu.org/Brij%20Dat...k%205%20Ed.pdf

https://www.semanticscholar.org/pape...8d719514b0e4ad


I better do some work on the boat.

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There are any amount of Solution Manuals for the textbook
Solution of problems in fluid mechanics / [by] John F. Douglas : [in 2 parts].

https://trove.nla.gov.au/work/168603...7434+231337520

Now all we have to do is find one online and I most certainly have not given up on possibility.

I viewed your Cruising Forum Profile to try to find out where you live but it is blank. Are you based in the US of A ? Maybe Australia? If I knew that then maybe we can find a copy in a library close to you?

Cheers

Clive

I'm in Wellington, New Zealand
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Old 11-09-2019, 05:53   #21
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Hi Rob

I'm just about to turn in for the night but I'll see if I can find a copy in one of the academic institutions in Wellingt6on NZ tomorrow morning.

Have a good night

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want.

Regarding the boat that capsized can that be put back upright by "re-ballasting" or something like that? (Maybe tugs/anchors?)

Will get back to you

Cheers

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I'm beginning to understand what might have happened with the car carrier.

Reports now surface saying she initially ran aground.

....IF the Engineer tried to quickly debalast from a stability perspective it would be like the " Critical Period" in drydock stability, when a ships keel first takes the drydocking blocks and experiences a reduction in metacentric height.

This explains it better.

So what happens during the critical period and why?
When the ship’s stern just touches the keel blocks, part of the ship’s weight is being borne by the keel blocks. The contact between the stern and the keel block creates a normal reaction or upthrust. The magnitude of this upward normal reaction increases as the water level in the dry dock reduces. It is this upthrust that creates a virtual reduction in the metacentric height of the ship. Hence it is very crucial to maintain sufficient positive metacentric height before docking, lacking which, the ship may heel over to either side, or even slip off the keel blocks and capsize.
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Old 11-09-2019, 16:00   #23
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Apparently a copy of the solutions is available at


The Library - Te Pātaka Kōrero

Solution of problems in fluid mechanics : a problem-based textbook

Douglas, Joh

is available at

https://tewaharoa.victoria.ac.nz/dis...xclude,reviews
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I notice the Solution Manual is in "Offsite Storage" so I suggest you contact them first so they can get it in for you. Their contact details are here:

Where can I get help? Come and talk to us in person at any of our libraries, or you can reach us by phone (+64 4 4636186) or email library@vuw.ac.nz.

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I notice the Solution Manual is in "Offsite Storage" so I suggest you contact them first so they can get it in for you. Their contact details are here:

Where can I get help? Come and talk to us in person at any of our libraries, or you can reach us by phone (+64 4 4636186) or email library@vuw.ac.nz.

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Thanks for the help, the only thing, is this is a 1975 book?
because the Solving Problems in Fluid Mechanics Volume 1 I have is a 1986 book.

It would be excellent to get the solutions manual if I can, cause that would help me solve all the questions in the book.

I know Victoria University in Wellington.

It would be best to work from the answer for this ship question because I have tried it and to me it is a trick question or part of it like centre of buoyancy maybe is missing
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I'm trying to find the solutions manual. I think I saw that the question was

QUESTION 26
CHAPTER 3
TITLE OF TEXT BOOK (I know I've seen the title but am now confused)

AUTHOR ?

PUBLISHER ?

Any chance of providing that information?

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Hi Clive

Just wondering how you found that it was QUESTION 26 CHAPTER 3 of my text book
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Thanks for the help, the only thing, is this is a 1975 book?
because the Solving Problems in Fluid Mechanics Volume 1 I have is a 1986 book.

It would be excellent to get the solutions manual if I can, cause that would help me solve all the questions in the book.

I know Victoria University in Wellington.

It would be best to work from the answer for this ship question because I have tried it and to me it is a trick question or part of it like centre of buoyancy maybe is missing
Hi Robert

I think you'll find it is the same question in the 1975 book as it is in the 1986 book. Having written accounting problems manuals and solution manuals I wouldn't look for work unless there was a very special reason for changing the question.

Why don't you get the University to get the book from "outside storage" and bring it into the library so you can look at it. I suggest you take a bit of loose change with you so you can photo-copy the answer as you might want to mull over the solution at home.

I'm sure there are plenty of Solution Manuals for your 1986 book. Let me do a few searches and I'll see what they are selling for.

Cheers

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Old 15-09-2019, 00:49   #28
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I did a GOOGLE search on "Solving problems in fluid dynamics pdf john f douglas" and got

(PDF) solving problems in fluid mechanics volume 1 by J. F. ...

https://www.researchgate.net › publication › 312661927_solving_problems_...
Jan 24, 2017 - Osama Mohammed Elmardi Suleiman Khayal. ... Laminated composite beams and plates are commonly used in automotive, naval, aircraft, light weight structure, aerospace exploration and civil and mechanical engineering applications. ... Magmas and other viscously deforming fluids in Earth …

I double clicked on that and automatically downloaded the full 140 pages. But I can't get it to do it again. I then saved it. (I'll have to check that it actually did save it)

See how you go downloading it yourself and let me know how you went.

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You wouldn't get any cheaper than this?
https://www.amazon.com/gp/offer-list...condition=used

What do you think?

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Apparently the Publisher is not allowing downloads of the Solution Manual so you will have to buy. I think that is a better way to go anyway.

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