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The Union of Naval Architects

This group is intended as a collective of gh users who have a marine background.

Despite the name you do not have to be a Naval Architect to join. Whether you are a budding Optimist Sailor or Admiral of the Fleet please feel free to share and discuss any topics relevant to Grasshopper and the Maritime Industry.

Also acceptable "Off Topics" of conversation include "How will l'Hydroptere fair on her Transpacific Record attempt?" Or "Should Juan K have been appointed the VOR one design, or is he to arrogant to toe the line?".

However I would like to point out that the level of decorum should not descend to that of Sailing Anarchy and there will be no Fridays here! 

Members: 55
Latest Activity: Sep 17

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Nemo - Plugin for Ship Design

Hello Guys !I would like to share with you my Grasshopper plugin for Ship Design called Nemo !…Continue

Tags: Prediction, and, Interoperability, Resistance, Structure

Started by Mathieu VENOT Aug 18.

parametric model of ship frames 1 Reply

Hello All, I am trying to automate the process of modeling the frames of a ship, see the attached image. The frames are flanged plates with the flange a set distance off of the hull and deck. The…Continue

Started by David Buckley. Last reply by zooid Jun 6.

Parametric Midship 1 Reply

Hi, I would like to share my first work using Grasshopper . This is related automation of midship drawing for ship.https://youtu.be/PjY37VgDBVQ

Started by Amit Karanje. Last reply by Fred Becquelin Jan 2, 2017.

Hydrostatics in grasshopper 6 Replies

As a new grasshopper user, I am trying to solve hydrostatic caculations...I did some try with hoopsnake, and now with Anemone... I can reach the static equilibrium with the correct displacement, but…Continue

Tags: architect, naval, balance, equilibrium, hydrostatics

Started by Simon Delvoye. Last reply by Simon Delvoye May 22, 2014.

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Comment by UmnikAlex on February 2, 2017 at 1:27am

See my "Mast Geometry (Grasshopper 3d + Kangaroo)"

https://youtu.be/EVZIUUj5xho

Comment by UmnikAlex on February 2, 2017 at 1:25am

See my "Carcass for bending vessel's plating (Grasshopper 3d)"

https://youtu.be/ez0FhxXXsr4

Comment by André Bauer on January 7, 2013 at 10:25am

Hey there,

I'd like to introduce myself, I am freelancing Naval Architect in Bremen, Germany.

Please see my humle website at www.bauer-naval-design.de

An english site will be set up, the entire page is quite new.

Highly surprised what you're doing with grasshopper.

Seems, Orca3D is almost not necessary at all.

Should have found this earlier.

Best,

André

Comment by Will Krzymowski on August 20, 2012 at 12:31pm

I've been interested in using kangaroo for a buoyancy equilibrium type script. Right now i'm using a graphing method to find equilibrium, but would like to use kangaroo some how. I haven't used kangaroo at all and was wondering if anyone else was interested in working through this with me. 

Here is some one who is using a method I don't quite understand. 

http://www.grasshopper3d.com/forum/topics/buoyancy-of-a-floating-ar...

Any takers?

Comment by Fernando on August 7, 2012 at 9:49am

Hello people!!

I'm very glad to see this group!! I started to use GH to develope propellers for vessels for almost three years and now i'm trying to learn about hull ships with GH. I hope work in cooperation with you because I have seen amazing things here!!

Comment by kleerkoat on July 19, 2012 at 7:27am

interesting, thanks Danny!

Comment by djordje on July 12, 2012 at 6:09pm

I am not a Naval Architect, but this group for sure, made me very very curious and interested in possibilities of Grasshopper in Naval Architecture.

 

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